Wrestling: Brother Martin takes down Shaw, 60-15

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Make it two dual meet wins for Brother Martin on the young season.

The Crusaders won at Archbishop Rummel a week ago and on Tuesday night in a battle of Division I and Division II powers, defending Division I state champion Brother Martin downed Archbishop Shaw 60-15 at Bob Conlin Gymnasium.

The Crusaders won six of the nine matches contested while the other five were forfeit wins for Brother Matin.

Scoring falls for Brother Martin were Rocco Horvath (160), Luke Ohler (182), Aidan Moulliet (195) and Christopher Sulli (285).

Winning by pin for the Eagles were Glenn Price (120) and Jude Monaco (220).

Brother Martin returns to action in the W.S. Neal Duals at East Brewton, Alabama this Saturday.

Brother Martin 60, Archbishop Shaw 15

106—William Stumbo (BM) by forfeit
113—Mason Elsensohn (BM) dec. Hayden Tassin (Shaw) 7-1
120—Glenn Price (Shaw) by fall over Bryce Hite (BM) 2:22
126—Matthew Meyer (BM) by forfeit
132—Ty Duncan (BM) by forfeit
138—Ashton Surrency (Shaw) dec. Chase Scott (BM) 5-0
145—Quinn Williams (BM) by forfeit
152—Eli Hope (BM) dec. Michael Seal (Shaw) 10-4
160—Rocco Horvath (BM) by fall over Todd Ritter (Shaw) 1:29
170—Zachary Jouandot (BM) by forfeit
182—Luke Ohler (BM) by fall over Nicholas Langley (Shaw) 1:40
195—Aidan Moulliet (BM) by fall over Zalen Wilson (Shaw) 2:00
220—Jude Monaco (Shaw) by fall over John DiMaggio (BM) 3:11
285—Christopher Sulli (BM) by fall over Connor Nash (Shaw) 3:01

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