Wrestling: Brother Martin blanks Chalmette, Holy Cross whips Shaw

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Division I power Brother Martin appears on a mission.

After finishing third a year ago following five straight state titles, the Crusaders are looking more and more like the team to beat this season.

They continued their run last night, blanking Chalmette 76-0 at Chalmette Wednesday night.

Brother Martin won all 13 matches contested, including 10 by pin, and took the other weight class by forfeit.

Scoring falls for the Crusaders were Jake Spellman (106), Chase Scott (113), Quinn Williams (120), Ross Mayer (126), Eli Hope (138), Bailey Stretzinger (145), Colby Franovich (152), Cameron Frederick (195), Garrett Legendre (220) and Mack Brown (285).

The team that ended Brother Martin’s Division 1 title run a year ago is a prime contender once again.

Holy Cross rolled over Archbishop Shaw 65-7 at Holy Cross Wednesday evening.

The Tigers won 10 of the 12 matches contested, including six by pin. Scoring falls for the Tigers were Michael Lundin (120), Logan Lacoste (132), Cameron Doyle (138), Cameron Frost (145), Brady Butler (152) and Logan Heffner (182).

Winners for the Eagles included Martin Garrett (160) and Eduardo Garcia (170).

Brother Martin and Holy Cross will both wrestle in the Louisiana Classic Friday and Saturday at The Lamar Dixon Expo Center in Gonzales.

Brother Martin 76, Chalmette 0

106: Jake Spellman (BRMA) over Trea Laneri (CHAL) (Fall 1:00)

113: Chase Scott (BRMA) over Zachary Desselles (CHAL) (Fall 3:37)

120: Quinn Williams (BRMA) over Matthew Cruz (CHAL) (Fall 1:40)

126: Ross Mayer (BRMA) over Kevin Mills Jr (CHAL) (Fall 4:15)

132: Riley Horvath (BRMA) over Nathan Roach (CHAL) (Dec 11-8)

138: Eli Hope (BRMA) over Jackson Hoyte (CHAL) (Fall 1:32) ‘

145: Bailey Stretzinger (BRMA) over Mohammed Abdelhaq (CHAL) (Fall 1:30)

152: Colby Franovich (BRMA) over Maxwell Canko (CHAL) (Fall 0:20)

160: Michael Cancienne (BRMA) over (CHAL) (For.)

170: Mason Massicot (BRMA) over Devin Ruiz (CHAL) (Dec 11-5)

182: Michael Clapp (BRMA) over Christian Moore (CHAL) (MD 15-7)

195: Cameron Frederick (BRMA) over DaiJon Bibbs (CHAL) (Fall 1:34)

220: Garrett Legendre (BRMA) over Jalen Ben (CHAL) (Fall 1:10)

285: Mack Brown (BRMA) over Jaden Ben (CHAL) (Fall 3:15)

Holy Cross 65, Archbishop Shaw 7

Weight Summary HOCR ARSH
106 Jacob Frost (Holy Cross) over Ashton Surrency (Archbishop Shaw) (MD 10-1) 4 0
113 Caruso Signorelli (Holy Cross) over Cody McCollister (Archbishop Shaw) (TF 17-2 4:00) 5 0
120 Michael Lundin (Holy Cross) over Raheem Bonnet (Archbishop Shaw) (Fall 3:31) 6 0
126 Jacob Spahn (Holy Cross) over Anthony Ribando (Archbishop Shaw) (TF 21-4 4:47) 5 0
132 Logan LaCoste (Holy Cross) over Hunter Seal (Archbishop Shaw) (Fall 1:04) 6 0
138 Cameron Doyle (Holy Cross) over Michael Seal (Archbishop Shaw) (Fall 0:42) 6 0
145 Cameron Frost (Holy Cross) over Armando Amaya (Archbishop Shaw) (Fall 3:32) 6 0
152 Brady Butler (Holy Cross) over Brock Theriot (Archbishop Shaw) (Fall 1:41) 6 0
160 Martin Garrett (Archbishop Shaw) over Anthony Sciambra (Holy Cross) (MD 13-0) 0 4
170 Eduardo Garcia (Archbishop Shaw) over Caden Mumme (Holy Cross) (SV-1 12-10) 0 3
182 Logan Heffner (Holy Cross) over Devin Skipps (Archbishop Shaw) (Fall 0:15) 6 0
195 Ryan Doody (Holy Cross) over Unknown (For.) 6 0
220 Cole Baiamonte (Holy Cross) over Brennan Eden (Archbishop Shaw) (UTB 3-2) 3 0
285 Brady Maillet (Holy Cross) over Unknown (For.) 6 0
Team Score: 65 7
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Born and raised in the New Orleans area, CCSE CEO Ken Trahan has been a sports media fixture in the community for nearly four decades. Ken started NewOrleans.com/Sports with Bill Hammack and Don Jones in 2008. In 2011, the site became SportsNOLA.com. On August 1, 2017, Ken helped launch CrescentCitySports.com. Having accumulated national awards/recognition (National Sports Media Association, National Football…

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