Goshen News, Goshen, IN


January 19, 2013

PREP WRESTLING: Oh, so close

Goshen third in tight NLC Tournament field


SYRACUSE — Summary

106 Pounds

First Place — Scotty Huff (Goshen) dec. Cody Allmon (Plymouth) 9-3.

Third Place — Eugene Moody-Neukom (Memorial) pinned Lucas Hochstetler (NorthWood) :25.

Fifth Place — Brody Erb (Northridge) received a forfeit.

113 Pounds

First Place — Delawerence Gayfield (Concord) pinned Tristin Ponsler (Wawasee) 1:29.

Third Place — Tony Vaughn (Memorial) pinned Osman Solis (Plymouth) 2:50.

Fifth Place — Nick Cox (Goshen) pinned Kyle Miller (Northridge) 4:36.

120 Pounds

First Place — Triston Rodriguez (Plymouth) dec. Todd Santiago (Northridge) 10-8 OT.

Third Place — Tyler Weisweaver (Memorial) pinned Mr. Wilcher (Goshen) 1:13.

Fifth Place — Javier Lopez (Wawasee) injury default Keven Devora (Concord.

126 Pounds

First Place — Jermel Moody-Neukom (Memorial) Major dec. Kam Markovich (Plymouth) 25-11.

Third Place — Devin Puckett (Northridge) dec. Luis Cervantes (Warsaw) 5-0.

Fifth Place — Josh Bustos (Goshen) pinned Cody Pippen (NorthWood) 2;13.

132 Pounds

First Place — Stephen Abair (Plymouth) pinned Phillip Mathiak (Memorial) 5:15.

Third Place — Victor Flores (Goshen) dec. Jon Yoder (Northridge) 6-3.

Fifth Place — Josh Chupp (NorthWood) pinned Seth Shroyer (Concord) 4:12.

138 Pounds

First Place — Ryan Baxter (Northridge) pinned Doug Corl (Wawasee) 3;24.

Third Place — Christian Horton (Goshen) pinned Shimmy Sar (Concord) :43.

Fifth Place — Ronnie Longbrake (Memorial) major dec. Austin Mahoney (Plymouth) 12-2.

145 Pounds

First Place — Nick Vaughn (Memorial) pinned Nolan Wright (Plymouth) 4:13.

Third Place — Caleb Reeve (NorthWood) injury default Jose Ledezma (Goshen)

Fifth Place — Michael Pena (Wawasee) dec. Leonardo Rodriguez (Concord) 10-4.

152 Pounds

First Place — Chris Morris (Memorial) dec. Travis Pickard (Goshen) 4-3.

Third Place — Tim Deters (Northridge) pinned Derek Weldy (NorthWood) 2:25.

Fifth Place — John Stillson (Plymouth) received a forfeit.

160 Pounds

First Place — Nick Rozow (Wawasee) dec. John Trenshaw (Goshen) 5-3.

Third Place — Jon Osoria (Memorial) dec. Logan Wiengand (Plymouth) 5-4.

Fifth Place —  Huntley Davis (Warsaw) pinned Nick Skwarcan (NorthWood) 2:49.

170 Pounds

First Place — Evan Smith (Goshen) pinned Jacob Pearson (Plymouth) 3:16.

Third Place — Scott Kasten (Goshen) pinned Scott Kern (NorthWood) :56.

Fifth Place — Marcos Rodriguez (Warsaw) def. Nick Ritchie (Memorial) 5-4.

182 Pounds

First Place — Zach Telschow (NorthWood) dec. Kain Jenkins (Memorial) 10-8 OT.

Third Place — Aaron Houin (Plymouth) pinned Dylan Swank (Northridge) 2:36.

Fifth Place — Ramiro Hernandez (Goshen) pinned Devann Lilly (Wawasee) 3:35.

195 Pounds

First Place — Tieshawn Johnson (Memorial) dec. Brian Clark (Wawasee) 11-5.

Third Place — McKenna Malcolm (Northridge) pinned Vincite Vasquez (Plymouth) :35.

Fifth Place — Rory Nolin (Warsaw) pinned Derek Paz (Goshen) :4.15.

220 Pounds

First Place — DeAndre Pickford (Plymouth) dec, Chris Connell (Northridge) 16-9.

Third Place — Tyler Wilson (Concord) dec. Tyler Beasy (Goshen) 1-0.

Fifth Place — Kody Gerger (Memorial) received a forfeit.

285 Pounds

First Place — Hayden Schmucker (Goshen) pinned Chad Eppley (Wawasee) 1:10.

Third Place — Dan Guervara (NorthWood) dec. Lucas Wickey (Northridge) 3-1.

Fifth Place — Drew Dodson (Plymouth) pinned Ben Plummer (Warsaw) 4:51.


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