Wrestlers tear up at tournaments

   Ramona High’s wrestling team has been tearing up tournaments and, since a Valley League loss to Mt. Carmel, the Bulldogs have torn up the Valley League.
   Valley Center was their latest dual meet victim, as the Dawgs beat the Jaguars 68-9. The Valley League match opened with Jarod Widner accepting a forfeit in the 145-pound bout. Brodie Chenowth (152) then beat Dillon Smith by recording a technical fall and the rout was on. Keelan Berg (160) returned from the injured reserve and beat Kirk Roberts 7-6, and the Dawgs led  14-0.
   Devin Rhodes then recorded the first of four straight pins as he registered the fastest pin of the match in the 171-pound bout. He downed Pedro Flores in 40 seconds. Colton Houlihan then pinned Kyle Glenny in 1:22 in the 189 bout.
   Marshal Thrasher won a forfeit in the 215 bout. Jacob Kaliskis pinned Travis Wedd in 4:39 and the Dawgs led 38-0.
   Zach lost by fall to Juan Oros in the 103 match up as Valley Center avoided a shutout. Isaiah Ilich lost a decision to Christian Guererro  in the 112 bout and then the Dawgs finished strongly.
   Max Hughes (119) recorded a pin over Manny Boyle in 1:05. Connor Koch dominated the 125 pound bout before pinning Zach Dewey in 5:45. Ray Lemon-Adams received 6 points for a forfeit in the 130 bout.
   Kirk Kaliszewski has found a home on the varsity at 140 pounds. K-10 pinned Ken Murphy in 1:15. Spaso Ilich finished the match in grand fashion for the Dawgs as he pinned Garrett Fisher in 1:24.
   “We keep working and we keep getting better every week. Our young wrestlers are becoming veterans,” said coach Steve Koch.

Related posts:

  1. Sundevils pummel Bulldog wrestlers
  2. Bulldog wrestlers coast to 55-18 win over Patriots
  3. Future bright for young wrestlers, says Koch
  4. Wrestlers come from behind to win
  5. Wrestlers lose first Valley League match 34-31

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