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The Virginian-Pilot
© January 18, 2007

WRESTLING

No. 2 Cox 42, No. 4 Kempsville 15: The No. 2 Falcons (23-2) won 10 matches, including four pins, to humble the No. 4 Chiefs.

Ben Dorsay (125), Collin Dozier (130), Nic Jehoich (152) and Jack Burbank (285) recorded pins for Cox, while Tom Cruz (119) added a major decision for the Beach District leaders, who won the American High School Division at last week's Virginia Duals.

Kempsville rebounded with a 63-12 win over Princess Anne, highlighted by a technical fall win by 103-pounder Sterling Briscoe. Daniel Brian won by fall at 189.

No 7,  First Colonial 52, Ocean Lakes 13: Jesse Tyer recorded a 6-4 decision over Josh Mattocks, ranked third in South Hampton Roads at 125 pounds, for the No. 7 Patriots, who also defeated Tallwood 45-24.

First Colonial's Jayme Gordon, No. 1 at 160, scored pins in each of his matches, and Kevin Thompson, No. 3 at 112, won by fall and technical fall.

No. 6 Oscar Smith 40, Hickory 30: 145-pounder Louis Johnson won by fall in 55 seconds as the sixth-ranked Tigers reeled off six consecutive wins between the 140- and 215-pound weight classes.


The Virginian-Pilot
© January 11, 2007

WRESTLING

Kempsville 34, Kellam 31: The No. 4 Chiefs stayed hot and the third-ranked Knights continued their slide Wednesday night in a Beach District battle that came down to the final match.

With the score deadlocked at 31, the 103-pounders decided it. Kempsville's Sterling Briscoe upset top-ranked Austen D'Amico 4-2 with a third-period takedown.

With a win over Bayside, too, the Chiefs ran thier unblemished record to 19-0 and stayed with No. 2 Cox - which beat Kellam over the weekend - atop the district standings.

"It was a great match that went down to the wire," Kempsville coach Sean Early said.

"We're a young team with a lot of talent and hard workers. We're looking forward to this weekend."

The Chiefs could meet Kellam again in the semifinals of this weekend's Virginia Duals at Hampton Coliseum.




The Virginian-Pilot
© January 7, 2007

WRESTLING

First Colonial 46, Salem 26: Jayme Gordon, top-ranked at 160 pounds in South Hampton Roads, won by fall to start the 10th-ranked Patriots' sweep of the 160-285 weight classes in toppling No. 8 Salem.

Kevin Thompson, No. 3 at 112, also won for First Colonial, which also defeated Princess Anne, 46-33.

Titan Duals

Granby 46, Oscar Smith 27: Marcus Chevres recorded a pin at 119 and Jack Stanley posted a technical fall at 160 as the No. 5 Comets prevailed in the championship match.

Bay Rivers District entry Tabb downed Indian River 47-23 for third place. The Group AA Tigers had the tournament's most outstanding wrestler in 130-pounder Ben Canning.







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