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January 29, 2014

WRESTLING WEDNESDAY: Sectional preview

FC enters sectional with different lineup from a year ago

(Continued)

NEW ALBANY — JEFF SECTIONAL TOP SEEDS

• 106: Mason Kaufer, Corydon Central, 20-3

• 113: Jarrod Cunningham, Floyd Central, 18-5

• 120: Bailey LaHue, Corydon Central, 15-0

• 126: Bryant Haynes, Charlestown, 26-5

• 132: Austin Ward, Floyd Central, 24-3

• 138: Ezra Paden, Corydon Central, 17-1

• 145: Hunter Castleberry, New Albany, 30-4

• 152: Cory Troutman, Floyd Central, 21-6

• 160: Jacob Franklin, New Washington, 29-2

• 170: Chase Herron, Floyd Central, 25-2

• 182: Lance Youtsey, Floyd Central, 14-10

• 195: Darion Newbolt, Jeffersonville, 8-3

• 220: Josh Hurley, Charlestown, 19-3

• 285: Gavan Jolley-Little, Jeffersonville, 35-1

WRESTLING RUNDOWN

JEFFERSONVILLE

LAST WEDNESDAY

DUAL MEET

At Jeff

• RESULTS: Jeff 51, New Albany 18.

• JEFF WINNERS: Stevie Jones (113), Taivon Lucas (120), Jo Jo Deleon (126), Josh Sauer (138), Devyn Long (160), Kevin Cain (170), Chase Thompson (182), Darion Newbolt (195), Geary Gaines (220), Gavan Jolley-Little (285).

 

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