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S-GI varsity and JV wrestling team participates in a string of matches

SPRINGVILLE — The Springville-Griffith Institute wrestling team traveled to Maryvale Senior High School on Jan. 10 and won 42-10.

In the 126-pound class, Paul Tripi, of Maryvale, pinned Jobe Fleming, of Springville. In 132, Jake Smith won over Ean Slisz, of Maryvale, in a decision, Bryce Szudzik won over William Donohue, of Maryvale, in a decision in 138. In 145, Cameron Hassett, of Maryvale, pinned Jerry Weeks. In 152, Ian Baker won by forfeit. In 160, Greg Benstead won by forfeit. In 170, Bryan Boundy won by forfeit. In 182 and 195, there were double forfeits. In 220, Patrick O’Brien pinned Patrick Russell, of Maryvale. In 285, Josh Ball pinned Demante Chatmon, of Maryvale. In 99, there was a double forfeit. In 106, Clayton Capodicasa, of Maryvale, won by forfeit; in 113, Zack Swank, of Springville, pinned Nakeem Ubaydah, of Maryvale, and in 120, Christian Sable, of Maryvale, won by a technical fall over Anthony Mitchell.

On Jan. 31, the grapplers traveled to Gow School and won 33-30.

In 106, there was a double forfeit; in 113, Justin Babson-Smih, of Gow, won by a decision over Swank; in 120, there was a double forfeit. In 126, Tyson Neely, of Gow, won by a decision over Fleming; in 132, Smith pinned Sora Sekiguchi, of Gow; in 138, Szudzik won by a decision over Angel Mena-Messina, of Gow. In 145, Joseph Mooney, of Gow, pinned Weeks; in 152, Baker won by forfeit; in 160, Boundy pinned Sergei Evans, of Gow. In 170l, Benstead won by forfeit; in 182, Bryan King, of Gow, won by forfeit; in 195, Christopher Powell, of Gow, won by forfeit; in 220, Viabhav Nagar, of Gow, won by forfeit and in 285, Ball won by forfeit. In 99, there were double forfeits.

In a dual home meet against Depew High School, S-

GI won 60-4.

In 126, Fleming pinned Max Jaskier, of Depew; in 132, Smith pinned Brandon Williams, of Depew; in 138, Daryl Lunch of S-GI, won by forfeit. In 145, Szudzik won by forfeit; in 152, Weeks won by forfeit; in 160, Silas Garrison, of Depew, won by a major decision over Benstead. In 170, Brandon Ball, of Springville, won by forfeit; in 182 and 195, there were double forfeits. In 220, O’Brien won by forfeit; in 285, Josh Ball pinned James Steckstor, of Depew. In 99 and 106, there were double forfeits. In 113, Swank pinned Kameron Urbino, of Depew, and in 120, Mitchell won by forfeit.

On Feb. 8, S-GI traveled to a Class B meet in East Aurora.

In 113, Mat Toliano, of Lewiston-Porter, won by a pin over Swank; Swank won by a pin over Nick Altheide, of Alden, and won by a pin over Pat Norris, of Amherst. Shane Pancio, of Olean, won by a pin over Swank.

In 120, Zack Wiedeman, of Pioneer, won by a pin over Mitchell and Scott Havernick, of Maryvale, won by a pin over Mitchell.

In126, Nico Toliano, of Lewiston-Porter, won by a decision over Fleming; Fleming won by a pin over Ty Slaugenhoupt, of Lewiston-Porter, and won by a decision over Max Jaskier, of Depew. Fleming also won by a decision over Troy Smity-Petrella, of Dunkirk. In an ultimate tie breaker, Fleming won over Sam Fahy, of Pioneer.

In 132, Ahmed Dawood, of Amherst, and Keegan Bellaisle, of Olean, each won by pins over Lynch.

In 132, Jake Smith won by a decision over Blake Aina of Albion; lost by a pin by Austin Acquard, of Pioneer; won by a decision over Kyle Jirak, of Pioneer, and lost by a major decision to Zack Bierfeldt, of Olean.

In 138, Szudzik won by a decision over

Caleb Riordan, of Pioneer, lost by a technical fall to Tom Weiss, of Olean; lost by a decision to Musa Taher, of Amherst, and lost by a decision to Ean Slisz, of Maryvale.

In 152, Ryan Kromer, of Lewiston-Porter, won by a pin and Andrew Chowaniec, of Alden, won by a decision, each over Benstead.

Boundy won by a pin over Adam Palermo, of Amherst, lost by a pin to Nick Sheer, of East Aurora, and lost by a pin by Jonathan Echavarria, of Dunkirk.

Josh Ball lost by a pin to David Lee, of Olean; won by a pin over John Loncher, of Cheektowaga; won by a pin over Shawn Williams, of Olean, and lost by a pin to Nick Jones, of Dunkirk.

In all, 10 wrestlers entered and one did not make weight. Five placed and four will go to sectionals. Szudzik places sixth in the 138-pound class. Smith, Ball and Swank took fourth, earning a berth in the Section 6 tournament. Fleming earned a third place finish with a 4-1 record, after losing his first match.

In the consolation finals, he scored a win in ultimate overtime, riding out his opponent in the last 30 seconds, for the win.


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