S-GI wrestlers participate in Ken-Ton tournament
Thursday February 13, 2014 | By:Springville Journal Staff | Sports
SPRINGVILLE — Springville-Griffith Institute wrestlers traveled to the Ken-Ton wrestling tournament on Feb. 1.
Results of the varsity team are as follows:
Jobe Fleming lost to Freddy Eckles, of Lakshore, by a pin and Jesse Harrison, of Frontier, pinned Fleming in the 126-pound class.
Jake Smith won by pins over Ben Ireland, of Kenmore East, and Antonio Pema, of Lakeshore. Smith lost by decisions to Kyle Iiuzzo, of Jamestown, and Jeremy Boyle, of Batavia, in the 132-pound class.
Bryce Szudzik lost by a decision to Adam Lampman, of West Seneca West; won by a pin over Jesse Vondell, of Eden, and lost to Joe Amico, of Frontier, by a decision in the 138-pound class.
Ian Baker lost by a pin to Austin Yockel, of Byron-Bergen, and lost by injury default to Joe Allegue, of Batavia, in the 152-pound class.
Bryant Boundy lost by a decision to Frank Gelster, of Lakeshore, and lost by a pin to Cory Adams, of Tonawanda, in the 160-pound class.
Josh Ball won by a pin over Brandon Marscocci, of Byron-Bergen; lost by a pin to Joe Amico, of Batavia; won by a pin over Sky Somertan, of Jamestown, and lost by a pin to Adam Gibson, of Frontier.
Ball took fourth place with two pins and Smith took sixth place with two pins.
In the junior varsity tournament, Tyler Federson won by a pin over Kyle Armstong, of Frontier; won by a pin over Josh Sndyer, of Jamestown; lost by a pin to Nester Pasqua, of Kenmore West, and lost by a technical fall to Paul Tripi, of Maryvale, in the 126-pound class.
Daryl Lynch won by a pin over Josh Ryan, of Frontier, and lost by a pain to Jacob Samuelson, of Jamestown, in the 132-pound class.
Jerry Weeks won by a major decision over Josh Smith, of Holland; won by a decision over Jeremy Browe, of Kendall; lost by a decision to Pat Brun, of West Seneca West; won by a decision of Jeiel Williams, of Kenmore West, and won by a pin over Browe in the 145-pound class.
Greg Benstead lost by a decision to Nick Martone, of St. Joe’s; won by a decision over Pat Klopp, of St. Joe’s, and lost by a pin to Liam Pariso, of Attica, in the 152-pound class.
Weeks finished to take third place by pinning his opponent and Federson took sixth.
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