Walker Valley Wrestlers Cruise To Two Wins

Mustangs Whip Rhea Co., McMinn Co. Thursday At Cleveland

Friday, December 5, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

The Walker Valley Mustangs rolled to two easy wins in prep wrestling action Thursday night at Cleveland High School as they blanked Rhea Co. 82-0 and beat McMinn Co., 75-6. 

 

WALKER VALLEY 75, McMINN CO. 6

120 – Marcus Hill (MC) pinned Tyler Wampler, 4:44;

126 – Richard Clark (WV) pinned Brodie Miller, 3:33;

132 – Joseph Munoz (WV) won by forfeit;

138 – Edward Johnson (WV) pinned Josh Owens, 1:11;

145 – Austin Gregory (WV) pinned Timothy Stoika;

152 – Mikel Gregory (WV) pinned Titus Heil;

160 – Dionte Richardson (WV) won by forfeit;

170 – Ben Gates (WV) won by forfeit;

182 – Matt Pankey (WV) dec.

Caleb Goodall, 8-6;

195 – Taylor Martin (WV) won by forfeit;

220 – Ric Kennett (WV) won by forfeit;

285 – C.J. Schwark (WV) won by forfeit;

106 – Chandler Davis (WV) won by forfeit;

113 – Gitapun Jur (WV) won by forfeit.

WALKER VALLEY 82, RHEA CO. 0

113 – Gitapun Jur (WV) won by forfeit;

120 – Tyler Wampler (WV) pinned Andrew Flowers, 1:11;

126 – Richard Clark (WV) won by pin in 4:44;

132 – Joseph Munoz (WV) won by forfeit;

138 – Edward Johnson (WV) pinned Vances Ives, 2:22;

145 – Austin Gregory (WV) pinned Parker Lewis, 1:11;

152 – Mikel Gregory (WV) pinned Jaramia Holder;

160 – Dionte Richardson (WV) pinned Hunter Chase Suttles;

170 – Ben Gates (WV) pinned Kendell Scruggs, 3:33;

182 – Matt Pankey (WV) won by forfeit;

195 – Taylor Martin (WV) won by forfeit;

220 – Ric Kennett (WV) major dec. Jacob Cranfill, 12-2;

285 – C.J. Schwark (WV) won by forfeit;

106 – Chandler Davis (WV) won by forfeit.

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