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Batesville 39, Jennings County 36

Varsity Wrestling at Jennings County- Tuesday, November 20

Batesville 39, Jennings County 36

Batesville’s Curtis Miller- “The Batesville High school wrestling team opened their season traveling to Jennings County bringing only eight wrestlers to compete. Despite giving up six forfeits, the bulldog grapplers were able to claim a 39-36 victory.”

“The night started with the bulldogs giving up a forfeit at 170 then bouncing back when Axel Garcia received a forfeit at 182 making the dual tied 6-6. Jennings then won four straight with three forfeits and a pin giving the Panthers a 30-6 lead.”

“Alex Murphy got things started at 113 recording two takedowns on his way to getting the first pin of the season for the Bulldogs, fighting up the score to 30-12. Jennings County got its final forfeit giving them a commanding 36-12 lead.”

“Batesville’s Tyler Schaffer started a rally getting two takedowns leading to a 6-3 victory at 132, cutting the lead to 36-15.  The Bulldogs then capitalized on the momentum with four straight pins. Jonah Chase got a 1st period pin at 138 to come a step closer, 36-21. JT Linkel followed at 145 with three takedowns before earning a pin making the score 36-27. At 152 pounds, Josh Mobley recorded four takedowns and a pin to bring the score within three, 36-33.”

“It all came down to the final match as Nick Nobbe took to the mat at 160. Nobbe got a quick takedown and, in dramatic fashion, got the pin with only one second left in the first period to finally give Batesville the lead and the victory, 39-36.”

We thank coach Miller for this edited report.

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