Wrestling: De La Salle takes down Covington

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De La Salle doubled up Covington 48-24 on the mat Thursday night.

The Cavaliers won six of the nine matches contested.

Scoring falls for De La Salle were Dylan Duvernay (106), Liam O’Connor (132), Zachary Lauland (138), Spencer Hughes (145), Vincent Variste (182) and Jason Krail (220).

Winning by pin for the Lions were Nicolas Paulino (120), Landen Carroll (152) and Dylan Talley (170).

De La Salle 48, Covington 24

106: Dylan Duvernay (DELA) over Christian Petersen (COVI) (Fall 0:00)
113: T.J. Barrios (COVI) over (DELA) (For.)
120: Nicolas Paulino (COVI) over Rylie Cherie Hosch (DELA) (Fall 0:00)
126: Collin Veron (DELA) over (COVI) (For.)
132: Liam O`Connor (DELA) over Samuel Landry (COVI) (Fall 0:00)
138: Zachary Lauland (DELA) over Shane Hardee (COVI) (Fall 0:00)
145: Spencer Hughes (DELA) over Anthony Hernandez (COVI) (Fall 0:00)
152: Landen Carroll (COVI) over Michael Brown (DELA) (Fall 0:00)
160: Giovanni Cusimano (DELA) over (COVI) (For.)
170: Dylan Talley (COVI) over Ethan Seals (DELA) (Fall 0:00)
182: Vincent Variste (DELA) over Christian Dutsch (COVI) (Fall 0:00)
220: Jason Krail (DELA) over Kaiden Center (COVI) (Fall 0:00)

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