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January 21, 2014

WRESTLING WEDNESDAY: Pirates look to continue Mid-Southern dominance this weekend

C’town has won 10 conference titles, including eight in a row

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CHARLESTOWN — LAST WEDNESDAY

DUAL MEET

At Scottsburg

• RESULTS: New Albany 56, Scottsburg 15.

• NEW ALBANY WINNERS: James Holler (106), L. Bradford (113), Davey (120), Peavler (132), Castleberry (145), Lynch (152), Frederick (160), Jack Tull (182), D. Mowery (195), Landrum (220).

NEW WASHINGTON

LAST SATURDAY

SIWC MEET

• NEW WASHINGTON HIGHLIGHTS: Noah Franklin (106), first; James Wise (132), first; Yancey Crase (138), first; Dalton Bingham (145), second; Jacob Franklin (160), first.

• NOTES: The Mustangs placed third with 180 1/2 points.

• UPCOMING MEETS: hosts Madison, dual meet, Thursday; at Milan Invitational, Saturday.

PROVIDENCE

LAST SATURDAY

SIWC MEET

• PROVIDENCE HIGHLIGHTS: Evan Rogers (106), fifth, 4-1 record; Micah Oberhausen (138), sixth; Zach Schansberg (170), sixth; Matt Hayes (182), first, 4-0.

• NOTES: The Pioneers placed ninth with 104 points.

• NEXT: at New Albany Duals, Saturday.

 

 

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