Wrestling Team Places in Deep South Bayou Duals
The Wrestling team spent part of their Christmas break in Baton Rouge competing in the Deep South Bayou Duals on Dec. 27-28, 2013. The Blue Jays placed fifth out of 40 teams from eight states, and won 6 out of 8 dual matches.
Many of the state’s top squads competed on 16 mats. The two-day event featured eight pools consisting of five teams each. The top two squads from each pool competed in the championship bracket.
Jesuit was one of just two Louisiana teams to place in the top five. The other local team, Brother Martin, scored late wins to propel them to the first place finish. The Blue Jays faced the Crusaders in a hard-fought semifinal match, but Brother Martin was able to pull away for a 35-21 victory and clinch the tournament.
The team returns to the mat when they travel to compete in the Alabama Duals on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 10-11.
Semifinal Match Individual Scores
|Jesuit vs. Brother Martin, 35-21 Brother Martin|
|106: Nicholas Charles, Jesuit over Steven Shields.113: Mason Mauro, Brother Martin over Joseph Dupré.120: Ben D’Antonio, Jesuit over Julian Sentilles.126: Taylor Gambill, Brother Martin over Jake Rando.
132: Paul Klein, Brother Martin over Jacob Rovira.
138: Austin Meyn, Brother Martin over Will Lafranca.
145: Daniel Evans, Brother Martin over Ashton Queyrouze.
|152: Efosa Eboigbe, Jesuit over Mason Williams.160: Travis Quarterman, Brother Martin over Gaston Eymard.170: Jake Eccles, Jesuit over Nick Comardelle.182: Yehia Riles, Brother Martin over Guy Patron Jr.
195: Josh Tapia, Brother Martin win via forfeit
220: Jacob Clapp, Brother Martin over Bo Molbert.
285: Dominic Carmello, Jesuit over Matthew Montabano.
The Advocate – Deep South Bayou Duals wrestling tournament
SportsNola.com – Brother Martin wins Deep South Duals