Blue Lion wrestlers beat Wil., EC


Josh Waters of Washington looks to turn Noah Stirr of Wilmington during an SCOL match at 138 pounds Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017 at Wilmington High School. In the background, Blue Lion head coach Louis Reid (left) and assistant coach Roger Wilson watch the action.


Mark Huber | Civitas Media photos

Washington’s Kalub Wilkerson lifts Wilmington’s Trent Holiday in a 132-pound bout, part of an SCOL tri-meet Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017 at Wilmington High School.


Mark Huber | Civitas Media photos

Zane Nelson of Washington, left, is about to pin his opponent from Wilmington, Donald Crawford, in a 145-pound match Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017 at Wilmington High School. Nelson got the pin in 42 seconds.


Mark Huber | Civitas Media photos

The Washington Blue Lion wrestling team visited Wilmington High School Thursday night for an SCOL tri-match with the Hurricane and East Clinton.

Washington defeated East Clinton, 45-21 and took a close win over Wilmington, 39-36.

Washington completes the final season of wrestling in the SCOL with a league dual meet record of 5-2.

Washington senior Tre Thomas had two wins, both coming by the coveted pin, over Matt Horn of East Clinton (the time was not available) and Mason Snyder of Wilmington in 1:08.

The Blue Lions’ Zane Nelson had a pair of pins at 145 pounds, against Brandon Wheeler of East Clinton and Donald Crawford of Wilmington in 42 seconds.

Senior Trevor Hicks at 285 pinned Wilmington’s Conner Barton in 2:56. Hicks picked up a forfeit against East Clinton.

At 152 pounds, junior Chris Conger had a 5-2 decision over Noah Morgan of East Clinton. His match against Wilmington was a forfeit win.

Washington’s Josh Waters had a high-scoring match against Noah Stirr of Wilmington, winning 17-12.

January 19, 2017

Washington 45, East Clinton 21

106: Brayden Esposito (EC) won by forfeit

113: Collin George (W) won by forfeit

120: Levi Clay (W) won by forfeit

126: Tre Thomas (W) pinned Matt Horn (EC)

132: Kalub Wilkerson (W) won by forfeit

138: William Baughn (W) won by forfeit

145: Zane Nelson (W) pinned Brandon Wheeler (EC)

152: Chris Conger (W) dec Noah Morgan (EC) 5-2

160: Thomas Wright (EC) won by forfeit

170: DJ Perry (EC) dec Collier Brown (W) 8-7

182: Double forfeit

195: Christian Stone (EC) won by forfeit

220: Double forfeit

285: Trevor Hicks (W) won by forfeit

Washington 39, Wilmington 36

106: Sam Eastes (Wil) pinned Connor Lane (Wa) 0:56

113: Cameron Smart (Wil) dec Collin George (Wa) 8-3

120: Washington won by forfeit

126: Tre Thomas (Wa) pinned Mason Snyder (Wil) 1:08

132: Trent Holliday (Wil) dec Kalub Wilkerson (Wa) 10-4

138: Josh Waters (Wa) dec Noah Stirr (Wil) 17-12

145: Zane Nelson (Wa) pinned Donald Crawford (Wil) 0:42

152: Chris Conger (Wa) won by forfeit

160: Isaac Allen (Wil) won by forfeit

170: Collier Brown (Wa) won by forfeit

182: Brady Bergefurd (Wil) won by forfeit

195: RJ Tolliver (Wil) won by forfeit

220: Gage Smith (Wil) won by forfeit

285: Trevor Hicks (Wa) pinned Conner Barton (Wil) 2:56

Josh Waters of Washington looks to turn Noah Stirr of Wilmington during an SCOL match at 138 pounds Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017 at Wilmington High School. In the background, Blue Lion head coach Louis Reid (left) and assistant coach Roger Wilson watch the action.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/01/web1_Wash138_Waters.jpgJosh Waters of Washington looks to turn Noah Stirr of Wilmington during an SCOL match at 138 pounds Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017 at Wilmington High School. In the background, Blue Lion head coach Louis Reid (left) and assistant coach Roger Wilson watch the action. Mark Huber | Civitas Media photos

Washington’s Kalub Wilkerson lifts Wilmington’s Trent Holiday in a 132-pound bout, part of an SCOL tri-meet Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017 at Wilmington High School.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/01/web1_Wash132_Wilkinson.jpgWashington’s Kalub Wilkerson lifts Wilmington’s Trent Holiday in a 132-pound bout, part of an SCOL tri-meet Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017 at Wilmington High School. Mark Huber | Civitas Media photos

Zane Nelson of Washington, left, is about to pin his opponent from Wilmington, Donald Crawford, in a 145-pound match Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017 at Wilmington High School. Nelson got the pin in 42 seconds.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/01/web1_Wash145_Nelson.jpgZane Nelson of Washington, left, is about to pin his opponent from Wilmington, Donald Crawford, in a 145-pound match Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017 at Wilmington High School. Nelson got the pin in 42 seconds. Mark Huber | Civitas Media photos