Wrestling: Brother Martin wins Trey Culotta Tournament

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It was a forgone conclusion.

After building an insurmountable lead after one day, host Brother Martin captured the annual Trey Culotta Invitational at Bob Conlin Gymnasium in Gentilly Saturday.

The host Crusaders amassed 781.5 points with St. Paul’s a distant second with 509.5 points. Vestavia Hills, Alabama was third with 468 points with Parkway fourth at 421.5 points and Strawberry Crest, Florida finished fifth with 414 points.

Claiming individual titles for Brother Martin were Connor Hoffman (106), Ethan Castex (113) and Daniel Croy (126). Finishing second for the Crusaders were Luke Cotton (132), Patrick Evans (145) and Mack Brown (285).

The only other local to win an individual title was Cole Houser of St. Paul’s at 138 pounds. Finishing second for the Wolves were Peyton Ward (120), Brandon Stein (126) and Grant Hughes (152).

Archbishop Shaw had a pair of second place finishers, including Ashton Surrency at 106 pounds while Eduardo Garcia was second at 170 pounds.

Team Totals
1. Brother Martin, 781.5
2. St. Paul’s, 509.5
3. Vestavia Hills, AL 468
4. Parkway, 421.5
5. Strawberry Crest, FL 414.5
6. McCracken County, KY 39.0;
7. Airline, 395.5;
8. East Ascension, 352.0;
9. Live Oak, 344.0;
10. Zachary, 308.0;
11. Catholic-BR, 300.0;
12. St. Amant, 293.0;
13. Archbishop Shaw, 256.5;
14. Comeaux, 255.0;
15. Houston, TN 223.0;
16. St. Michael’s, 192.5;
17. Archbishop Rummel, 187.5;
18. De La Salle, 138.5;
19. St. Thomas More, 136.5;
20. Hahnville, 125.0;
21. Belle Chasse, 110.5;
22. Basile, 67.5;
23. Rayne, 63.0;
24. John Curtis Christian, 50.5;
25. Lafayette

Individual Top Finishers
106 – 1. Connor Hoffman, Brother Martin; 2. Ashton Surrency, Shaw; 3. Ryan Summerlin, Vestavia Hillis; 4. Jake Spellman, Brother Martin; 5. Naven Dabria, Belle Chasse; 6. Joshua Keeler, Parkway

113 – 1. Ethan Castex, Brother Martin; 2. Clayton Hill, Live Oak; 3. Tyree Morris, St. Amant; 4. Dakota Brace, Airline; 5. Michael Conner, McCracken County; 6. Cody McCollister, Shaw\

120 – 1. Zachary Harper, Parkway; 2. Peyton Ward, St. Paul’s; 3. Eli Peyton, McCracken County; 4. Logan Bertot, Brother Martin; 5. Luke Romano, Catholic-BR; 6. Anthony Ribando, Shaw

126 – 1. Daniel Croy, Brother Martin; 2. Brandon Stein, St. Paul’s; 3. Lane Boudreaux, Brother Martin; 4. Chris Montalbano, Rummel; 5. Peyton Bass, Airline; 6. Hunter Broussard, Comeaux

132 – 1. Gavin Christ, Basile; 2. Luke Cotton, Brother Martin; 3. Dylan Martin, McCracken County; 4. Trey Fontenot, Parkway; 5. Jacob Manuel, Houston; 6. Bayley Hebert, Live Oak

138 – 1. Cole Hauser, St. Paul’s; 2. Trent Mahoney, East Ascension; 3. Dyllon Bernard, Comeaux; 4. Alex Duncan, Brother Martin; 5. Alex Jacobs, St. Thomas; 6. Trevor Tamburo, Parkway

145 – 1. Cullen Telfer, Strawberry Crest; 2. Patrick Evans, Brother Martin; 3. Jared Theiler, St. Paul’s; 4. Dylan Ames, Comeaux; 5. Tucker Almond, Airline; 6. Nathaniel Nailen, Vestavia Hills

152 – 1. Camdyn Ingram, Live Oak; 2. Grant Hughes, St. Paul’s; 3. Noah Roux, Brother Martin; 4. Dawson Mire, Rummel; 5. Charles Waller, Strawberry Crest; 6. Austin Landry, Zachary

160 – 1. Bowman Hill, Vestavia Hills; 2. Hunter Hawkins, St. Amant; 3. Seth Alfonso, Brother Martin; 4. Triston Davidson, Strawberry Crest; 5. Martin Garrett, Shaw; 6. Peyton Matthews, John Curtis

170 – 1. Jacob Fereday, Catholic-BR; 2. Eduardo Garcia, Shaw; 3. Peter Dazzio, Vestavia Hills; 4. Mason Masicot, Brother Martin; 5. Trenton Davidson, Strawberry Crest; 6. Kyle Chatman, East Ascension

182 – 1. Dane Harter, St. Michael’s; 2. D.J. Evans, Airline; 3. Kaleb Garcia, Parkway; 4. Kenyon Martin, Zachary; 5. Cade Young, Houston; 6. Michael Clapp, Brother Martin

195 – 1. Matt Salina, Airline; 2. Logan Deasel, McCracken County; 3. Garrett Legendre, Brother Martin; 4. Chad Grassel, Strawberry Crest; 5. Chris Hart, Zachary; 6. Cody Hopper, Vestavia Hills

220 – 1. Wes Brady, Zachary; 2. Devon Clark, East Ascension; 3. Connor Cloinger, Parkway; 4. Donte Lewis, De La Salle; 5. Kyle West, Brother Martin; 6. Gavynn Davis, McCracken County

285 – 1. Jordan Campbell, East Ascension; 2. Mack Brown, Brother Martin; 3. Anthony Ingram, Live Oak; 4. Douglas Thompson, Vestavia Hills; 5. Kerry Frankland, Houston; 6. Evonce Brown, Rummel

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