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February 2, 2014

PREP WRESTLING: Chargers make it a sectional three-peat

(Continued)

106 Pounds

First Place — Blake Glogouski (Fairfield) pinned Jaron Katzer (Goshen) 1:30.

Third Place — Johnny Attkinsson (Elkhart Memorial) pinned Chaz Boyd (Elkhart Central) 1:51.

Fifth Place — Noah Miles (Northridge) pinned Kendrick Steensma (NorthWood) 1::07.

113 Pounds

First Place — Scotty Huff (Goshen) pinned Eugene Moody Neukom (Elkhart Memorial) 3:45.

Third Place — Emanuel Olvera (NorthWood) dec. Jake Egnor (Elkhart Central) 10-6.

Fifth Place — Jaylyn Yoder (Fairfield) pinned Brody Erb (Northridge) 2:11.

120 Pounds

First Place — Forrest Glogouski (Fairfield) dec. DeLawerence Gayfield (Concord) 8-4.

Third Place — Marcus Mejia (Elkhart Memorial) major dec. Logan Maynard (Goshen) 10-4.

Fifth Place — Mason Cross (Northridge) dec. Greden Kelley (Jimtown) 9-3.

126 Pounds

First Place — Tony Vaughn (Elkhart Memorial) dec. Jay Franko (Jimtown) 5-2.

Third Place — Trevor Yoder (Fairfield) pinned Mr Wilcher (Goshen) 2:53.

Fifth Place — John Schlabach (Northridge) dec. Jamal Scott (Elkhart Central) 3-2.

132 Pounds

First Place — Konner Chafin (Jimtown) pinned Joel Byler (Goshen) 3:09.

Third Place — Blake Corpe (Elkhart Memorial) pinned Chris Howe (Northridge) 1:09.

Fifth Place — Nick Quarandiillo (Elkhart Central) pinned Ryan Price (NorthWood) 2:50.

138 Pounds

First Place — Jon Yoder (Northridge) dec. Zeke Torres (Elkhart Central) 5-2.

Third Place — Kenny Kerrn (Jimtown) dec. Phillip Mathiak (Elkhart Memorial) 9-8.

Fifth Place — Josh Chupp (NorthWood) dec. Josh Bustos (Goshen) 7-2.

145 Pounds

First Place — Ryan Baxter (Northridge) major dec. Garrett Griffen (NorthWood) 3-2.

Third Place — Marquis Schieber (Jimtown) pinned Victor Flores (Goshen) 3:05.

Fifth Place — Ronnie Longbrake (Elkhart Memorial) dec. Austin Crimi (Elkhart Central) 6-0.

152 Pounds

First Place — Cameron Weiss (Jimtown) dec. Chris Morris (Elkhart Memorial) 9-5.

Third Place — Anthony Hardman (Elkhart Central) dec. Leandro Rodriguez (Concord) 8-7.

Fifth Place — Nick Maher (Northridge) dec. Jacob Curry (Fairfield) 11-6.

160 Pounds

First Place — Nick Ritchie (Elkhart Memorial) major dec. Derek Weldy (NorthWood) 9-0.

Third Place — Austin Turner (Fairfield) major dec. Brody Miller (Northridge) 11-2.

Fifth Place — Dalton Heintzberger (Jimtown) pinned Pablo Carreon (Elkhart Central) 3:14.

170 Pounds

First Place — Jon Osoria (Elkhart Memorial) dec. John Trenshaw (Goshen) 8-2.

Third Place — Dylan Swank (Northridge) def. Alex Troup (Jimtown) 802.

Fifth Place — Kane Rohrer (Fairfield) dec. Gage Mosiman (Elkhart Central) 6-4.

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Three Goshen elementary schools — Chandler, Chamberlain and West Goshen — are providing free meals to all students during the school year as part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Community Eligibility Provision of the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. Nearly 80 percent of students at Chandler, 89 percent of students at Chamberlain and 78 percent of students at West Goshen already qualify for free or reduced-price lunches based on their family income. How do you feel about the new lunch program?

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