Wrestling: Brother Martin handles Belle Chasse in dual

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Brother Martin rolled over Belle Chasse 78-3 in a dual meet at Conlin Gymnasium Tuesday evening.

The Crusaders won 11 of the 12 matches contested, all by fall.

Scoring pins for Brother Martin were Jake Spellman (106), Ethan Castex (113), Justin Leal (120), Alex Duncan (138), Patrick Evans (145), Noah Roux (152), Seth Alfonso (160), Mason Massicot (170), Michael Clapp (182), Garrett Legendre (195) and Kyle West (220).

The lone winner for the Cardinals was Gabriel Triguero at 126 pounds.

The Crusaders return to action at home with a showdown against defending Division I state champion Holy Cross Friday night.

Brother Martin 78, Belle Chasse 3
106: Jake Spellman (BRMA) over Joshua Wichers (BECH) (Fall 1:11)
113: Ethan Castex (BRMA) over Nicholas McClendon (BECH) (Fall 0:17)
120: Justin Leal (BRMA) over Dorian Gross (BECH) (Fall 3:36)
126: Gabriel Triguero (BECH) over Brandon Cotton (BRMA) (Dec 8-5)
132: Riley Horvath (BRMA) over (BECH) (For.)
138: Alex Duncan (BRMA) over Pedro Cleaveland (BECH) (Fall 5:37)
145: Patrick Evans (BRMA) over Anthony Berlinghoff (BECH) (Fall 2:39)
152: Noah Roux (BRMA) over Gauvin Merchant (BECH) (Fall 0:57)
160: Seth Alfonso (BRMA) over Caeleb Olson (BECH) (Fall 0:56)
170: Mason Massicot (BRMA) over Ty Martinez (BECH) (Fall 3:31)
182: Michael Clapp (BRMA) over Austin Hotard (BECH) (Fall 1:11)
195: Garrett Legendre (BRMA) over Ashton White (BECH) (Fall 0:52)
220: Kyle West (BRMA) over Sherod Manuel (BECH) (Fall 1:26)
285: Mack Brown (BRMA) over (BECH) (For.)

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