Monarch grapplers defeat H. Davidson


Marysville’s Logan Painter (right) fights off a potential takedown in this file photo. Painter won his match by a pinfall on Thursday as the Monarchs defeated Hilliard Davidson.
(Journal-Tribune photo by Tim Miller)
Marysville’s varsity and JV wrestlers won dual matches against Hilliard Davidson on Thursday.
The varsity rolled to a 56-15 verdict, while the jayvees took a 27-15 decision.
Varsity results for each match were as follows:
-106: Marquis Shaw (HD) pinned Madison Sharpe (M), 1:40;
-113: Teraun Dunseth (HD) beat Nate Francis (M), 10-2 major decision;
-120: Nathan Thompson (M) won by forfeit;
-126: Josh Melms (M) dec. Quinlan Hopping (HD), by a 19-4 technical fall;
-132: Tracen Cooper (M) won by forfeit;
-138: Lincoln Heard (M) won by forfeit;
-145: Erryl Will (M) dec. Dez Monde Gartrell (HD), 10-4;
-152: Luke DeWeese (HD) dec. Chris Lambert (M), 9-3;
-160: Walker Heard (M) pinned Ethan Hopping (HD), 2:43;
-170: Zach Lowe (M) pinned Dylan Evans (HD), 3:41;
-182: Nick Lingaman (HD) beat Dexter Coffey (M), 8-4;
-195: Logan Painter (M) pinned Zakariyyah Hughey (HD), 4:12;
-220: Ethan Smegal (M) pinned Braden Eaton (HD), 2:21;
-285: Joseph Palmer (M) won by forfeit.
JV results were as follows:
-106: Connor Hodge (HD) pinned Joe Eley (M), 4:45;
-120: Lincoln Witt (M) pinned Hodge (HD), 1:39;
-145: Anthony Coy (M) pinned Xavier Wilson (HD), 3:14;
-145: Abdulrahman Abosati (HD) dec. Alex Reveron (M), 8-4;
-145: Riley Miller (M) dec. Luke Lutz (HD), 3-2;
-152: Garrett Seger (M) def. Jonathan Mitchell (HD), 4-1;
-170: Nathan Morey (M) pinned Kenneth Bessen (HD), 1:45;
-182: Aric Bibb (M) dec. Folly Thompson (HD), 11-7;
-195: Joshua Raimey (HD), pinned C.J. Grose (M), :18.
“We knew going in that Davidson was down compared to past years,” said MHS head coach Shawn Andrews. “Our focus was to score as many points as possible and to rack up bonus points for the team.
“We were able to score bonus in eight of the 10 matches we won on the varsity side and three of the six JV matches we won,” he said.
The Monarchs will travel to Dublin Jerome on Saturday for the All-North Tournament.
“We will see quite a few Central District teams at Jerome,” said Andrews.
Marysville will conclude the regular season on Thursday with a Senior Night match at home against Central Crossing.

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