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Three Lowest Weights Win, But Wrestling Falls at #15 Iowa State, 33-14
<p><span class="storyteaser">Robles, Goodsite, Castro post wins, but bonus points play huge role in ASU's defeat</span> </p><div id="Content" readability="88.1236823612">
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<br/><span class="fivevert">*</span><br/><span class="caption">Robles won by technical fall for the 19th time this year to remain undefeated<br/></span> <span class="tenvert">*</span></td>
</tr></table><p><strong>Feb. 6, 2011</strong></p>
<p><strong>TEMPE</strong> - The Arizona State University wrestling team trailed early, took a lead with four matches remaining, but ultimately fell on the road Sunday as No. 15 Iowa State used bonus-point victories in each of the last four matches to take the overall team victory, 33-14, inside Hilton Coliseum in Ames, Iowa. The loss dropped the Sun Devils to 5-11 overall on the season while the host Cylcones improved to 9-8.</p>
<p>The dual opened at 184 pounds with Jon Reader, the undefeated and top-ranked wrestler at 174, moving up in weight to score a 14-3 major decision over Jake Meredith. The ISU lead grew to 7-0 after the 197 match as Luke Macchiaroli dropped a 3-1 decision for the second time on the weekend to a Top 20 wrestler, this time No. 17 Jerome Ward. The Cyclones swelled to 10-0 after the heavyweight match that saw Kyle Simonson take a 9-3 decision over ASU?s Levi Cooper.</p>
<p>Jumping down the lightest weights, No. 1 Anthony Robles continued to assert his dominance as he remained undefeated at 26-0 by winning his 19th match by technical fall, this time with a 17-1 score over Brandon Jones. Robles was ahead, 14-1, through the first period and terminated the match early in the second with a three-point near fall. At 133, Kalin Goodsite scored a 3-2 decision over Ben Cash to put ASU down, 10-8, before Carlos Castro won by forfeit at 141 to make it 14-10 in favor of the visitors.</p>
<p>But, that lead did not last long as Max Mayfield won by technical fall (18-2) over ASU?s Tai Fukumoto at 149 to put the hosts on top for good, 15-14. From there, Trent Weatherman (at 157) and Andrew Sorenson (174) won by forfeit while Chris Spangler pinned Te Edwards in 2:41 of the 165 match to bring about the final score, 33-14.</p>
<p>The final two duals of the season await the Sun Devils on the road next weekend as they will travel to face No. 21 Oregon State on Friday at 7 p.m. PT in Corvallis, Ore., before heading to Palo Alto, Calif., for a 2 p.m. PT dual on Sunday. The Pac-10 duals are the final regular season matches for ASU before they return to Corvallis on February 27 for the Pac-10 Championships, the qualifying tournament to the NCAA Championships.</p>
<p><strong>#15 Iowa State def. Arizona State, 33-14</strong><br/><em>Sunday, February 6, 2011 ? Hilton Coliseum (Ames, Iowa)</em><br/><strong>184</strong> - #1 (at 174) Jon Reader (IS) major Jake Meredith, 14-3<br/><strong>197</strong> - #17 Jerome Ward (IS) dec. Luke Macchiaroli, 3-1<br/><strong>285</strong> - Kyle Simonson (IS) dec. Levi Cooper, 9-3<br/><strong>125</strong> - #1 Anthony Robles (AS) tech fall Brandon Jones, 17-1<br/><strong>133</strong> - Kalin Goodsite (AS) dec. Ben Cash, 3-2<br/><strong>141</strong> - Carlos Castro (AS) won by forfeit<br/><strong>149</strong> - Max Mayfield (IS) tech fall Tai Fukumoto, 18-2<br/><strong>157</strong> - Trent Weatherman (IS) won by forfeit<br/><strong>165</strong> - Chris Spangler (IS) pinned Te Edwards, 2:41<br/><strong>174</strong> - #14 (at 165) Andrew Sorenson (IS) won by forfeit</p>
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