Indians have strong week on mats with two dual wins, Colchester Invitational title

PERU - The Indians won nine matches in cruising to a win on the mats against the Eagles Jan. 24.

The match started well for Beekmantown, as Ethan Kerr scored a 9-4 decision at 171. Nick Bushey followed that with a 6-0 decision at 189 and, after a Beekmantown forfeit, Hayden Head scored a pin with 40 seconds at 285 to go in the second period to give the Eagles a 12-6 lead heading back around to the lighter weights.

That's when the Indians went to work, as Tanner Phillips recorded a first period pin at 98, Arik Robinson recorded a first period pin at 112, Alex Pugh scored a quick pin at 119, Pappy Hogan scored a third period pin at 130, Noah Phillips had a first minute pin at 135, Josh Wright won a 7-5 decision at 140, Troy Seymour scored a 10-1 major decision at 145, Adam Stickle got a second period pin at 152 and Brandon Moore scored a first period pin.

Jesse Daniels scored the other three points for the Eagles with a 9-3 decision at 125.

NAC 48, Saranac 24

The Bobcats used four pins in a win over the Chiefs Jan. 27.

It was the Chiefs that scored the first points, however, as Ben Perry scored a first period pin at 189 for a short-lived 6-0 lead.

Ethan Bombard then got things rolling for the Bobcats with a second period pin at 215, while Mike Riley and Brandon Edwards scored first period pins at 285 and 96, respectively.

Max Marte scored a 3-1 decision at 112 for the Bobcats, while Russell Noel scored a second period pin at 171.

For the Chiefs, Trevor Goddeau scored a 9-0 major decision at 130, while Michale Phillips earned a tech fall at 140.

Peru 74, AVCS 6

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