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Lawrenceburg wins East Central Invite

Varsity Wrestling at East Central Invitational- Saturday, December 15

Champion- Lawrenceburg 5-0

Other local team records: East Central 4-1, Rushville 3-2, Batesville 2-3

Lawrenceburg’s Jeremy Shcpherd- “Lawrenceburg took their record of 13-0 into the day and won the tournament to improve their record to 18-0.  Final winning scores were: Batesville 64-9, East Central, 40-36, Rushville 64-12, Columbus North 74-6 and Cambridge City Lincoln 51-30.  Tigers going 5-0 for the day were: Grant Stapleton, Andrew Roberts, Ethan Smith Burke, Dakota Tribbie, Jaycee Bohan and Noah Rowlett. LHS wrestling is off to an 18-0 start first time ever. Thanks for the support of the managers, family, friends and coaching staff that came out. This was the mst exciting tournament I have ever been a part of, let alone to be the coach of these hard working and classy group of Tiger wrestlers.”

East Central’s Scott Schwarz- ” EC wrestlers who were 5-0 on the day included Tanner Bush (108), Ben Wolf (145), Bennett Noble (170) and Kole Viel (182).” Please click on this link for complete East Central results.

Rushville’s Mark Mathews- “The Lions finished 3-2 on the day. Rushville opened with a 42-35 win over Columbus North. The Lions squared off with the host Trojans in round two and fell 66-6. RCHS then fell to Lawrenceburg 64-12 in round three. Rushville finished the day strong with back to back wins over Batesville, 40-24, and Cambridge City Lincoln, 48-28.  Leading the Lions was Marcus Vaughn with four wins. Dylan Galusha, Carter Newton, Lowell Joya, Austen Gerrian, and Cody Smith each had three wins. Devin Richardson added two wins while Garrett Bergen, Nic Jacobs, Braydon Spiker, Emerson Hornsby, and Ethan Bergen each picked up one win.  Jacob Followell had a win in JV action.”

Batesville’s Curtis Miller- “Batesville had some success going 2-3 on the day.  The Bulldogs started against conference rival East Central. Despite the effort, Jacob Weigel (160) was the only Bulldog to get a victory with a 6-5 decision on the way to a 71-3 defeat.”

“Batesville bounced back against Cambridge City Lincoln. Alex Murphy (113) got the team’s only pin. Jonah Chase (138), JT Linkel (145) and Chase Hamilton (182) were able to win by decision. Josh Mobley (152), Weigel, Axel Garcia (170), and Brandon Manning (195) received forfeits leading to a 40-24 victory.”

“BHS continued with 9 victories against Columbus North. Caleb Bischoff-Niese (126), Tyler Schaefer (132), Chase, Linkel, Mobley, Weigel, and Garcia all got pinfall victories. Manning picked up a forfeit while Batesville won the dual 54-18.”

“The Bulldogs next wrestled Rushville for the third week in the row closing the gap. Linkel, Mobley, and Garcia won by pin. Chase and Weigel won by decisions. Despite winning 5 out of 10 matches Batesville lost 40-24.”

“Batesville closed the day against the champions of the meet, Lawrenceburg. Only two Bulldogs picked up victories. Linkel had a 16-10 victory while Murphy won by forfeit giving the Bulldogs 9 points to Lawrenceburg’s 64.”

“Batesville moves their record to 8-8. Vonlay Hund (145) and Nick Nobbe (160) each got pinfall victories in JV competition.”

We thanks all four coaches for their meet reports.

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