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Wrestling Off to Near Perfect Start

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Wrestling Off to Near Perfect Start

Wrestling Off to Near Perfect Start

Thursday kicked off State’s pursuit of individual and team Championship runs. It couldn’t have started much better. State wrestlers went 8-1, with the one loss…how do you say?…a screw job…


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285 – #10 D. Wilson defeats #23 McAleavey (Citadel): Wilson needed a big takedown in the 3rd period to secure the 4-1 win.


197 – #5 Warner (Iowa) defeats #28 Reenan: Reenan had it…Jumped out to a big 7-2 lead heading into the 3rd period. Had Warner pinned twice, but no call. Then gets a “stall” call forcing the match to OT, where Wilson got the takedown and 9-7 win. Reenan won it in the first half and just ran out of gas with no help from ref.


184 – #2 T. Hidlay defeats #31 Reyes (Oregon State): An eight point first is all Hidlay needed, walking away with a huge 17-2 victory.


174 – #8 D. Bullard defeats #25 Surratt (Air Force): A tight contest was won with takedowns in each of the first two periods. Bullard wins 4-0.


165 – #17 T. Bullard defeats #16 Formato (App State): Avenging an early season loss to Formato (SoCon Wrestler of the Year), Bullard pulls out the 3-2 win with an early 1st period takedown.


157 – #2 H. Hidlay defeats #31 Petite (Buffalo): Another Hidlay, another huge victory…six takedowns later Hayden wins 14-5.


141 – #4 T. Wilson defeats #29 Zollman (Wyoming): Wilson was absolutely PERFECT in his technical victory, walking away with a score of 17-0.


133 – #12 Trombley defeats #21 Van Vleet (Air Force): The only takedown of the match was 15-second in, which is what Trombley needed for the 3-2 victory.


125 – #6 Camacho defeats #27 Curry (American): A quick 4 points by Curry, but then Camacho took over. Seven takedowns and a 4-pt near fall give Jakob the 21-9 win.

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