Wrestling Report: Dutchtown wins Ketelsen Clash, John Curtis wins two of three duals

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The annual Dale Ketelsen Christmas Clash took place Tuesday at St. Paul’s with Dutchtown taking first place, defeating a St. Paul’s split team 42-39 for the title. Live Oak was third with Archbishop Rummel fourth.

At Wrestlefest in Shreveport, John Curtis Christian defeated Evangel Christian 39-30 and the Patriots downed St. John Paul II (AL) 45-24. Bishop Lynch (TX) downed John Curtis 54-27.

John Curtis won three of the six matches contested against Evangel.

Winning by fall for the Patriots were Preston Curtis (132), Sean King (160) and Brandon Dang (285).

The Patriots won two of five matches against St. John Paul II with King winning by pin.

In the loss to Bishop Lynch, the Patriots won four of nine matches contested. Curtis (132), King (160) and Nicholas Dalfares (285) scored falls.

Dale Ketelsen Christmas Clash

Pool A Results
Guaranteed Places
1st Place – St. Paul’s
2nd Place – Destrehan
3rd Place – Hahnville
4th Place – Archbishop Rummel B

Round 1
St. Paul’s defeated Archbishop Rummel B 75-0.
Destrehan defeated Hahnville 36-33.
Round 2
St. Paul’s defeated Destrehan 60-21.
Hahnville defeated Archbishop Rummel B 53-15.
Round 3
St. Paul’s defeated Hahnville 70-6.
Destrehan defeated Archbishop Rummel B 54-18.

Pool B Results
Guaranteed Places
1st Place – Live Oak
2nd Place – Archbishop Rummel
3rd Place – Chalmette
4th Place – Covington

Round 1
Live Oak defeated Covington 66-15.
Archbishop Rummel defeated Chalmette 49-24.
Round 2
Live Oak defeated Chalmette 61-18.
Archbishop Rummel defeated Covington 65-6.
Round 3
Live Oak defeated Archbishop Rummel 48-36.
Chalmette defeated Covington 65-12.

Pool C Results
Guaranteed Places
1st Place – Dutchtown
2nd Place – St. Paul`s B
3rd Place – Fontainebleau
4th Place – Lakeshore

Round 1
Dutchtown defeated St. Paul`s B 55-24.
Fontainebleau defeated Lakeshore 54-18.
Round 2
Dutchtown defeated Lakeshore 71-12.
St. Paul`s B defeated Fontainebleau 43-24.
Round 3
Dutchtown defeated Fontainebleau 51-30.
St. Paul`s B defeated Lakeshore 45-24.

Day 2 Bracket Results
Guaranteed Places
1st Place – Dutchtown
2nd Place – St. Paul’s
3rd Place – Live Oak
4th Place – Archbishop Rummel
5th Place – Hahnville
6th Place – St. Paul`s B
7th Place – Chalmette
8th Place – Destrehan
9th Place – Fontainebleau
10th Place – Lakeshore
11th Place – Archbishop Rummel B
12th Place – Covington

1st Place Match
Dutchtown defeated St. Paul’s 43-36.
3rd Place Match
Live Oak defeated Archbishop Rummel 42-39.
5th Place Match
Hahnville defeated St. Paul`s B 42-36.
7th Place Match
Chalmette defeated Destrehan 60-24.
9th Place Match
Fontainebleau defeated Lakeshore 46-24.
11th Place Match
Archbishop Rummel B defeated Covington 24-18.

John Curtis Christian 39, Evangel Christian Academy 30


William Harrel (Evangel Christian Academy) over Unknown (For.)


Double Forfeit


Joseph Gilreath (Evangel Christian Academy) over Noah Tardiff (John Curtis Christian School) (Fall 0:15)


Michael Brame II (Evangel Christian Academy) over Unknown (For.)


Preston Curtis (John Curtis Christian School) over Ethan Mandigo (Evangel Christian Academy) (Fall 0:31)


Jamir Wilson (Evangel Christian Academy) over David `Frankie` Massicot (John Curtis Christian School) (Fall 4:57)


Thomas Bean (Evangel Christian Academy) over Jayden Alphonso (John Curtis Christian School) (Fall 0:17)


Double Forfeit


Sean King (John Curtis Christian School) over Michael Gilreath (Evangel Christian Academy) (Fall 1:50)


Jerome Bridges (John Curtis Christian School) over Unknown (For.)


Joshua Eames (John Curtis Christian School) over Unknown (For.)


Aden LaBorde (John Curtis Christian School) over Unknown (For.)


Joshua Milton (John Curtis Christian School) over Unknown (For.)


Brandon Dang (John Curtis Christian School) over Christian Speight (Evangel Christian Academy) (Dec 7-4)

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