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December 18, 2013

WRESTLING WEDNESDAY: Jolley-Little has set his sights on state title

Jeff senior wants to redeem himself in Indy

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JEFFERSONVILLE — JEFF CLASSIC

• DATE: Saturday

• TIME: 9 a.m.

• PLACE: Johnson Arena.

• PARTICIPATING TEAMS: Bloomington South, Charlestown, Franklin County, Gibson Southern, Jeffersonville, Jennings County, Louisville Male, Louisville St. Xavier, Madison, Muncie South, New Albany, New Washington, Northview, Paoli, South Dearborn, Southwestern.

• NO. 1 SEEDS: 106 — Kyle Lewis, Jennings County; 113 — Mike Weber, Franklin County; 120 — Griffin Schermer, Bloomington South; 126 — Nathan Boggs, South Dearborn; 132 — Devin Broukal, Bloomington South; 138 — Hayden Baehl, Gibson Southern; 145 — Hunter Castleberry, New Albany; 152 — Justin Lampe, St. Xavier; 160 — Jordan Partee, Madison; 170 — Tanner Young, Madison; 182 — Zack Dobos, Bloomington South; 195 — Dakota Thacker, Bloomington South; 220 — Colton Castetter, Jennings County; 285 — Gavan Jolley-Little, Jeffersonville.

WRESTLING RUNDOWN

CHARLESTOWN

MID-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE DUALS

LAST SATURDAY

At Charlestown

• CHARLESTOWN HIGHLIGHTS: Zach Higdon (170), 5-0, four pins; Josh Hurley (220), 5-0; Luke Woods (113), 4-1; Bryant Haynes (126), 4-1; Cameron Hopson (138), 4-1; Christian Davenport (285), 4-1.

• QUOTES: Charlestown coach Adam Doherty said, “It came down to a couple of matches that could’ve gone either way. We’re still young and we’re trying to win tough matches.”

• NOTES: The Pirates finished second with a 4-1 record. They defeated their four MSC rivals — Corydon Central, Eastern, Salem and Scottsburg. Charlestown lost to meet winner New Albany, 43-34.

DUAL MEET

LAST WEDNESDAY

At Southwestern

• FINAL SCORE: Charlestown 59, Southwestern 17.

• CHARLESTOWN WINNERS: Woods (113), Haynes (126), Dillon Gray (132), Hopson (138), Conner Applegate (152), Higdon (170), Joey Lace (182), Jeffrey Lopez (195), Hurley (220), Davenport (285).

EASTERN

MSC DUALS

LAST SATURDAY

• DUAL-MEET SCORES: Corydon Central 60, Eastern 12; Charlestown 60, Eastern 22; New Albany 63, Eastern 18; Scottsburg 42, Eastern 36; Eastern 45, Salem 24.

• EASTERN HIGHLIGHTS: Caleb Donoho (182/195), 5-0, four pins; Braydon Brading (152), 4-1, three pins; Jordan Gray (106/113), 4-1, one pin.

DUAL MEET

LAST THURSDAY

At Mitchell

• FINAL SCORE: Mitchell 45, Eastern 21.

• EASTERN WINNERS: Nick Lanham (220), pin; Mike Hall (145), decision; Robbie Stein (106), decision; Gray (113), decision).

FLOYD CENTRAL

TRAICOFF INVITATIONAL

LAST SATURDAY

At Calumet

• DUAL-MEET SCORES: Westfield 51, Floyd Central 5; Floyd Central 43, Calumet 24; Floyd Central 39, South Bend Riley 27; Floyd Central 41, Lawrence North 36; Hanover Central 42, Floyd Central 28.

• FLOYD CENTRAL HIGHLIGHTS: Chase Herron, 5-0; Corey Troutman, 4-1; Tyler Crowl, 3-2; Jarrod Cunningham, 2-1; Tobin Smith, 3-2.

• QUOTES: Floyd Central coach Brandon Sisson said, “We struggled early on in the day. We lost a lot of close matches. But we continued to get better as the day went on. It was a tough first weekend, but we did get better.”

• NOTE: The Highlanders have canceled the Floyd Central Invitational on Saturday. They replaced the meet with a tournament at New Haven near Fort Wayne this weekend.

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