Wrestling: Brother Martin remains unbeaten on mat with win over De La Salle

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Area Prep Wrestling Report for Thursday, Nov. 25

Brother Martin continued its early season excellence, downing De La Salle 54-22 in a dual meet Wednesday.

The Crusaders did not use all starters in the dual but were outstanding, winning seven of 12 matches contested.

Winning by fall for the Crusaders were Jacob Elsensohn (120), Bryce Hite (126), Jacob Brupbacher (132), Nicholas Cusimano (138), Rory Horvath (145), Christopher Sulli (220) and Chaney Phillips (185).

Winning by pin for the Cavaliers were Dylan Duvernay (106) and Jason Krail (182).

Brother Martin 54, De La Salle 22 

Weight

Summary

DELA

BRMA

106

Dylan Duvernay (DeLaSalle) over Trey Trainor (Brother Martin) (Fall 0:00)

6

0

113

Dylan Brown (DeLaSalle) over Blake McDonald (Brother Martin) (Dec 8-2)

3

0

120

Jacob Elsensohn (Brother Martin) over Jace Wagoner (DeLaSalle) (Fall 0:00)

0

6

126

Bryce Hite (Brother Martin) over Bryce Oufnac (DeLaSalle) (Fall 0:00)

0

6

132

Jacob Brupbacher (Brother Martin) over Malachi Benetrix (DeLaSalle) (Fall 0:00)

0

6

138

Nicholas Cusimano (Brother Martin) over Shane Barbarin (DeLaSalle) (Fall 0:00)

0

6

145

Rory Horvath (Brother Martin) over Jason Schexnaildre (DeLaSalle) (Fall 0:00)

0

6

152

Spencer Hughes (DeLaSalle) over Tai LeBlanc (Brother Martin) (MD 12-0)

4

0

160

Jake Allelo (Brother Martin) over Unknown (For.)

0

6

170

Luke Robertson (DeLaSalle) over Gabriel Pierre (Brother Martin) (Dec 1-0)

3

0

182

Jason Krail (DeLaSalle) over Aidan Wieber (Brother Martin) (Fall 0:00)

6

0

195

Dante Rodriguez (Brother Martin) over Unknown (For.)

0

6

220

Christopher Sulli (Brother Martin) over Earl Reed (DeLaSalle) (Fall 0:00)

0

6

285

Chaney Phillips (Brother Martin) over Michael Ellis (DeLaSalle) (Fall 0:00)

0

6

Team Score:

22

54

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