Wrestling: Rummel, Shaw, Fontainebleau get wins on the mat

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Archbishop Rummel and Archbishop Hannan staged a highly competitive dual Wednesday night. In a closely contested match, Rummel prevailed 47-35.

The Raiders won six of the 11 matches contested.

Scoring falls for Rummel were Stephen Kimball (106), Cole Curry (120), Carter Burgess (126), Austen Shook (138), Jacob Ramirez (145) and Ethan Delarosa (285).

Winning by pin for the Hawks were Cade Hontiveros (132), Preston Gautier (152), Grayson Pennison (160) and Wade Rist (182).

Archbishop Shaw downed Chalmette 52-24.

The Eagles won eight of 12 matches contested.

Scoring falls for Shaw were Glenn Price (120), Michael Seal (145), Todd Ritter (152), Zalen Wilson (170) and Jude Monaco (182).

Winning by pin for the Owls were Anthony Perez (106), Edgar Moreira (195), Garine Gibson (220) and Bryant Breksa (285).

Fontainebleau split a pair of matches, falling 42-27 to Live Oak and defeating Plaquemine 51-12.

In the match with Live Oak, Fontainebleau split the 12 matches contested while the Bulldogs won five of the seven matches contested in the win over Plaquemine.

Among those winning by fall for Fontainebleau were Marlon Gray (126), Seth Lewis (145), Raymond Favaza (160), Lane Firman (195), Mason Walker (220) and Jack Maloy (182), who scored a pair of pins.

Archbishop Rummel 48, Archbishop Hannan 35

106: Stephen Kimball (ARRU) over Joel Difranco (AHHS) (Fall 0:00)

113: Gavin Ohlmeyer (ARRU) over (AHHS) (For.)

120: Cole Curry (ARRU) over Seth Lowe (AHHS) (Fall 0:00)

126: Carter Burgess (ARRU) over Cole Bartlett (AHHS) (Fall 0:00)

132: Cade Hontiveros (AHHS) over Garrett Hudgins (ARRU) (Fall 0:00)

138: Austen Shook (ARRU) over Ashtyn Melerine (AHHS) (Fall 0:00)

145: Jacob Ramirez (ARRU) over Gavin Gautier (AHHS) (Fall 0:00)

152: Preston Gautier (AHHS) over Mark Donegan (ARRU) (Fall 0:00)

160: Grayson Pennison (AHHS) over Zachary Truxillo (ARRU) (Fall 0:00)

170: Mark Pennison (AHHS) over Lucian Paternostro (ARRU) (TF 16-0 0:00)

182: Wade Rist (AHHS) over Neil Borne (ARRU) (Fall 0:00)

195: Patrick Rist (AHHS) over (ARRU) (For.)

220: Jack Seither (ARRU) over (AHHS) (For.)

285: Ethan Delarosa (ARRU) over Joel Marchand (AHHS) (Fall 0:00)

Archbishop Shaw 52, Chalmette 24

Weight

Summary

ARSH

CHAL

106

Anthony Perez (Chalmette) over Kobe Nguyen (Archbishop Shaw) (Fall 0:00)

0

6

113

Hayden Tassin (Archbishop Shaw) over Unknown (For.)

6

0

120

Glenn Price (Archbishop Shaw) over Mohammed Gaber (Chalmette) (Fall 0:00)

6

0

126

Carson Dalton (Archbishop Shaw) over Nasir Brazil (Chalmette) (Dec 5-3)

3

0

132

Caleb Bertot (Archbishop Shaw) over Clarence Pesnell (Chalmette) (Dec 7-6)

3

0

138

Ashton Surrency (Archbishop Shaw) over Marco Spicuzza (Chalmette) (MD 14-1)

4

0

145

Michael Seal (Archbishop Shaw) over Landon Stacney (Chalmette) (Fall 0:00)

6

0

152

Todd Ritter (Archbishop Shaw) over Stephan Foucha (Chalmette) (Fall 0:00)

6

0

160

Nicholas Langley (Archbishop Shaw) over Unknown (For.)

6

0

170

Zalen Wilson (Archbishop Shaw) over Gavin Labruzzo (Chalmette) (Fall 0:00)

6

0

182

Jude Monaco (Archbishop Shaw) over Ivan Mitchell (Chalmette) (Fall 0:00)

6

0

195

Edgar Moreira (Chalmette) over Jason Brown (Archbishop Shaw) (Fall 0:00)

0

6

220

Garine Gibson (Chalmette) over Nigel Whitehead (Archbishop Shaw) (Fall 0:00)

0

6

285

Bryant Breksa (Chalmette) over Raymond Howard (Archbishop Shaw) (Fall 0:00)

0

6

Team Score:

52

24

Live Oak 42, Fontainebleau 27

Weight

Summary

LIOA

FONT

160

Raymond Favaza (Fontainebleau) over Zach Chaney (Live Oak) (Fall 3:35)

0

6

170

Double Forfeit

0

0

182

Logan Pertuis (Live Oak) over Jack Maloy (Fontainebleau) (Fall 1:50)

6

0

195

Nawab Singh (Live Oak) over Lane Firman (Fontainebleau) (Fall 2:17)

6

0

220

Mason Walker (Fontainebleau) over Gage Kelly (Live Oak) (Fall 0:49)

0

6

285

Mason Malarcher (Live Oak) over Deven Clawsen (Fontainebleau) (Fall 0:28)

6

0

106

Lathan Hirschey (Live Oak) over Alexis Lewis (Fontainebleau) (Fall 2:43)

6

0

113

Darius Harrison (Fontainebleau) over Nicholas Collier (Live Oak) (Dec 11-5)

0

3

120

David Cuccia (Fontainebleau) over Rhett Hill (Live Oak) (Dec 9-4)

0

3

126

Marlon Gray (Fontainebleau) over Neil Muralles (Live Oak) (Fall 4:15)

0

6

132

Andrew Lusby (Live Oak) over Kyle Lunsford (Fontainebleau) (Fall 2:44)

6

0

138

Jordan Griffin (Live Oak) over Braeden Hoffman (Fontainebleau) (Fall 0:47)

6

0

145

Seth Lewis (Fontainebleau) over Garrett Graves (Live Oak) (Dec 14-10)

0

3

152

Kevin West (Live Oak) over Unknown (For.)

6

0

Team Score:

42

27

Fontainebleau 51, Plaquemine 12

Weight

Summary

FONT

PLAQ

152

Double Forfeit

0

0

160

Raymond Favaza (Fontainebleau) over Unknown (For.)

6

0

170

Double Forfeit

0

0

182

Jack Maloy (Fontainebleau) over Bradley McNair (Plaquemine) (Fall 1:47)

6

0

195

Lane Firman (Fontainebleau) over Grace Mendoza (Plaquemine) (Fall 0:11)

6

0

220

Fred Hanchett (Plaquemine) over Mason Walker (Fontainebleau) (Fall 3:49)

0

6

285

Charles Bouvay (Plaquemine) over Deven Clawsen (Fontainebleau) (Fall 0:22)

0

6

106

Alexis Lewis (Fontainebleau) over Unknown (For.)

6

0

113

Darius Harrison (Fontainebleau) over Joseph Bush (Plaquemine) (MD 12-4)

4

0

120

Double Forfeit

0

0

126

David Cuccia (Fontainebleau) over Kameron Humphreys (Plaquemine) (TF 17-2 3:30)

5

0

132

Kyle Lunsford (Fontainebleau) over Unknown (For.)

6

0

138

Braeden Hoffman (Fontainebleau) over Unknown (For.)

6

0

145

Seth Lewis (Fontainebleau) over Frank Joffrion (Plaquemine) (Fall 0:25)

6

0

Team Score:

51

12

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