Wrestling: Brother Martin handles Rummel, Shaw downs Fontainebleau

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Defending Division I state champion Brother Martin went to Metairie and handled Archbishop Rummel 69-11 Wednesday evening.

Scoring falls for the Crusaders were William Stumbo (106), Mason Elsensohn (113), Chase Scott (138), Quinn Williams (145), Evan Hope (160), Rocco Horvath (170), Luke Ohler (182) and John DiMaggio (285).

Winning by pin for the Raiders was Carter Burgess (126) while defending state champion Jacob Ramirez (152) was the other victor for Rummel.

Archbishop Shaw downed Fontainebleau 52-18.

Winning by fall for the Eagles were Hayden Tassin (113), Kobe Nguyen (120), Michael Seal (152), Zalen Wilson (195), Jude Monaco (220) and Connor Nash (285).

Scoring pins for the Bulldogs were Zachary Webb (132) and Jack Maloy (182).

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Live from Archbishop Rummel. Your defending state champs open the duals season!

Posted by Brother Martin Wrestling on Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Brother Martin 69, Archbishop Rummel 11

106 William Stumbo (Brother Martin) over Stephen Kimball (Archbishop Rummel) (Fall 0:00) 0 6
113 Mason Elsensohn (Brother Martin) over Gavin Ohlmeyer (Archbishop Rummel) (Fall 0:00) 0 6
120 Matthew Meyer (Brother Martin) over Cole Curry (Archbishop Rummel) (Dec 7-6) 0 3
126 Carter Burgess (Archbishop Rummel) over Ty Duncan (Brother Martin) (Fall 0:00) 6 0
132 Sean Michael Cursain (Brother Martin) over Unknown (For.) 0 6
138 Chase Scott (Brother Martin) over Garrett Hudgins (Archbishop Rummel) (Fall 0:00) 0 6
145 Quinn Williams (Brother Martin) over Austen Shook (Archbishop Rummel) (Fall 0:00) 0 6
152 Jacob Ramirez (Archbishop Rummel) over Samuel Riles (Brother Martin) (TF 20-2 0:00) 5 0
160 Evan Hope (Brother Martin) over Joey Almerico (Archbishop Rummel) (Fall 0:00) 0 6
170 Rocco Horvath (Brother Martin) over Zachary Truxillo (Archbishop Rummel) (Fall 0:00) 0 6
182 Luke Ohler (Brother Martin) over Marcus Vazquez (Archbishop Rummel) (Fall 0:00) 0 6
195 Aidan Moulliet (Brother Martin) over Unknown (For.) 0 6
220 Christopher Sulli (Brother Martin) over Unknown (For.) 0 6
285 John DiMaggio (Brother Martin) over Ethan Delarosa (Archbishop Rummel) (Fall 0:00) 0 6
Team Score: 11 69

Archbishop Shaw 52, Fontainebleau 18

106 Blake Andre (Archbishop Shaw) over Andrew Bassa (Fontainebleau) (Dec 6-4) 3 0
113 Hayden Tassin (Archbishop Shaw) over Darius Harrison (Fontainebleau) (Fall 2:23) 6 0
120 Kobe Nguyen (Archbishop Shaw) over Alexis Lewis (Fontainebleau) (Fall 3:53) 6 0
126 Glenn Price (Archbishop Shaw) over David Cuccia (Fontainebleau) (MD 11-0) 4 0
132 Zachary Webb (Fontainebleau) over Dylan Gaubert (Archbishop Shaw) (Fall 1:55) 0 6
138 Caleb Bertot (Archbishop Shaw) over Kyle Lunsford (Fontainebleau) (Dec 7-1) 3 0
145 Ashton Surrency (Archbishop Shaw) over Aiden Guy (Fontainebleau) (Dec 6-2) 3 0
152 Michael Seal (Archbishop Shaw) over Seth Lewis (Fontainebleau) (Fall 3:59) 6 0
160 Todd Ritter (Archbishop Shaw) over Raymond Favaza (Fontainebleau) (Dec 11-5) 3 0
170 Matthew Cartner (Fontainebleau) over Unknown (For.) 0 6
182 Jack Maloy (Fontainebleau) over Nicholas Langley (Archbishop Shaw) (Fall 0:18) 0 6
195 Zalen Wilson (Archbishop Shaw) over Lane Firman (Fontainebleau) (Fall 0:49) 6 0
220 Jude Monaco (Archbishop Shaw) over Mason Walker (Fontainebleau) (Fall 1:11) 6 0
285 Connor Nash (Archbishop Shaw) over Deven Clawsen (Fontainebleau) (Fall 1:30) 6 0
Team Score: 52 18

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