Wrestling: Fontainebleau downs Rummel
It was a good Wednesday night at home for Fontainebleau wrestling.
The Bulldogs downed Division II contender Archbishop Rummel 43-32.
Fontainebleau won seven of the 11 matches contested.
Winning by fall for the Bulldogs were Darius Harrison (113), Aiden Guy (145), Raymond Favaza (160), Jack Maloy (182) and Lane Firman (195).
Scoring pins for the Raiders were Gavin Ohlmeyer (106) and Tyronne Hayes (220).
Fontainebleau 43, Archbishop Rummel 32
106: Gavin Ohlmeyer (ARRU) over Alexis Lewis (FONT) (Fall 2:37)
113: Darius Harrison (FONT) over Stephen Kimball (ARRU) (Fall 2:48)
120: David Cuccia (FONT) over Cole Curry (ARRU) (MD 10-2)
126: Carter Burgess (ARRU) over Marlon Gray (FONT) (TF 19-4 5:14)
132: Cameron Gandolfi (ARRU) over Kyle Lunsford (FONT) (Dec 6-3)
138: Miles Normand (FONT) over (ARRU) (For.)
145: Aiden Guy (FONT) over Mark Donegan (ARRU) (Fall 3:56)
152: Jacob Ramirez (ARRU) over (FONT) (For.)
160: Raymond Favaza (FONT) over Matthew Kirkpatrick (ARRU) (Fall 3:10)
170: Matthew Cartner (FONT) over Lucian Paternostro (ARRU) (Dec 11-5)
182: Jack Maloy (FONT) over Neil Borne (ARRU) (Fall 1:41)
195: Lane Firman (FONT) over Marcus Vazquez (ARRU) (Fall 2:30)
220: Tyronne Hayes (ARRU) over Jeffrey Kinzeler (FONT) (Fall 0:59)
285: Davell Dixon (ARRU) over (FONT) (For.)
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