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  1. #10

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    No Dudziak.
    Terraza dec. Strizki (0-3)
    Golden tfall (5) Adamo (5-3)
    Bogusz dec. Bell (8-3)
    Piccollelo dec. Lederer (8-6)
    John fft. (14-6)
    Asper fft. (20-6)
    Tejada dec. Smith (20-9)
    Peltier dec. Bencomo (23-9)
    Taylor wbf. Barone (about 2:30) (29-9)
    Gilmore dec. Holbrook (32-9)

  2. #11

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    Virginia Tech 19, Virginia 16

    141: No. 10 Chris Diaz (VT) dec. Derek Valenti (UVa), 4-3; VT 3-0
    149: Brian Stephens (VT) major dec. David Ebbott (UVa), 15-6; VT 7-0
    157: No. 4 Jesse Dong (VT) dec. Shawn Harris (UVa), 9-3; VT 10-0
    165: Matt Epperly (VT) dec. Pat Riley (UVa), 5-2; VT 13-0
    174: No. 4 Chris Henrich (UVa) won by forfeit; VT 13-6
    184: No. 20 Tommy Spellman (VT) dec. Mike Salopek (UVa), 3-1; VT 16-6
    197: No. 20 Brent Jones (UVa) major dec. Chris Penny (VT), 13-5; VT 16-10
    285: Jack Danilkowicz (UVa) dec. Tim Miller (VT), 5-1; VT 16-13
    125: No. 15 Jarrod Garnett (VT) dec. Ross Gitomer (UVa), 2-1; VT 19-13
    133: Matt Snyder (UVa) dec. Brock LiVorio (VT), 3-2; VT 19-16
    Last edited by Stardust; 01-23-2010 at 04:36 PM.
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  3. #12

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    Any results 'dust? Specifically at 125 and 197?
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  4. #13

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    ok, just edited my post above to include ind. results
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    "Good things happen when you wrestle for a full seven minutes." -- Jayson Ness, post-finals press conference

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    No. 16 Wahoos' Rally Falls Just Short in 19-16 Loss to No. 14 Hokies
    Courtesy: VirginiaSports.com
    Release: 01/23/2010


    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The Virginia wrestling team, ranked 16th nationally, nearly dug itself out of an early 13-point hole before falling short in a 19-16 loss to No. 14 Virginia Tech Saturday afternoon in front of a near-capacity crowd at Memorial Gymnasium. The tightly-contested match featured five bouts decided by three points or fewer.

    Jack Danilkowicz (Sr., Green Oaks, Ill.), Chris Henrich (Jr., Lansdale, Pa.), Brent Jones (Sr., Burke, Va.) and Matt Snyder (R-Fr., Lewistown, Pa.) each notched victories for Virginia (13-4, 1-1 ACC), who wrestled without their normal starters at 149 and 157 pounds.

    The match started at 141 pounds, as 10th-ranked Chris Diaz of Virginia Tech earned a 4-3 win over UVa's Derek Valenti (So., Newton, N.J.). Diaz scored early takedowns in the first two periods, but had to hold on Valenti rode him for the entire third period.

    The Hokies (14-3, 2-0) pushed their lead to 7-0 when Brian Stephens posted a 15-6 major decision over the Cavaliers' Dave Ebbott (R-So., Blue Bell, Pa.), who stepped into the starting lineup after Kellon Balum (Sr., Herndon, Pa.) was injured Friday night against North Carolina.

    At 157 pounds, fourth-ranked Jesse Dong recorded a 9-3 decision over the Cavaliers' Shawn Harris (R-So., Cleveland, Ohio), who again wrestled up a weight class in place of Danny Gonsor (R-So., Cleveland, Ohio). Dong scored an early first-period takedown and racked up 3:55 of riding time in the win.

    Virginia Tech picked up a close win by decision at 165 pounds as Matt Epperly broke a two-all tie with an escape and late takedown in the third period against the Cavaliers' Pat Riley (R-Jr., Bernardsville, N.J.) in a 5-2 victory. The win gave Virginia Tech a 13-0 lead.

    UVa got its first six points when Henrich, ranked fourth nationally at 174 pounds, won by forfeit to push his record to 23-2 this season.

    The Hokies earned another tight win at 184 pounds when 20th-ranked Tommy Spellman picked up a 3-1 win over the Cavaliers' Mike Salopek (R-Fr., North Huntingdon, Pa.). After a scoreless first period, Spellman broke the deadlock with a takedown midway through the second period. Salopek picked up a point after Spellman's second warning in the second period, but Spellman finished with exactly one minute of riding time to gain that point and win 3-1.

    At 197 pounds, Jones dominated Chris Penny in a 13-5 major decision. Jones picked up the final point for the major after racking up 1:12 in riding time. Jones had a strong weekend, going 2-0 after winning 4-3 against No. 12 Dennis Drury of UNC on Friday night.

    The Cavaliers further cut into the lead when Danilkowicz earned a 5-1 win over Tim Miller at heavyweight, bringing the Cavaliers within 16-13. The two were scoreless through one stanza before Danilkowicz earned the only point of the second period on an early escape. He added a pair of takedowns in the third while controlling the period.

    At 125, 15th-ranked Jarrod Garnett and UVa's Ross Gitomer (Sr., Flemington, N.J.) staged a fierce battle which was decided when Gitomer was called for his second stall warning, resulting in a point for Garnett and breaking a 1-1 deadlock midway through the third period. Garnett was able to stave off Gitomer's last-ditch shots to earn the 2-1 win and give the Hokies a 19-13 lead.

    The 133-pound match also was close throughout. Virginia Tech's Brock LiVorio recorded a first-period takedown on Snyder, who again Saturday was wrestling up a weight class from his normal 125 pounds. Snyder chose the top position in the second and rode LiVorio for the entire period to erase the Hokies' riding time advantage. Snyder scored a takedown 20 seconds into the third to knot the score, then rode LiVorio for the remainder of the match to earn the riding point and pick up the 3-2 victory. Snyder won twice this weekend at 133 pounds.

    Virginia returns to the mat next week, traveling to Rutgers for a 6:30 p.m. match Friday before heading to Princeton at noon Saturday. UVa returns to Mem Gym in two weeks (Feb. 6), taking on No. 25 Old Dominion and George Mason beginning at 1 p.m.
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    Tech downs Cavs once again, 19-16
    Hokies claim fourth-straight win over in-state rivals
    January 23, 2010

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The 14th-ranked Virginia Tech wrestling team jumped out to a 13-0 lead and held on late to beat 16th-ranked Virginia 19-16 Saturday afternoon in front of a near-capacity and rowdy crowd at Memorial Gym. The win was the second of the year and fourth-straight over the in-state rivals and moved the Hokies to 14-3 overall, 2-0 in the ACC. Virginia fell to 13-4, 1-1 in the league.

    The match started at 141 pounds with ninth-ranked Chris Diaz picking up a tough 4-3 win over Derek Valenti, followed by freshman Brian Stephens earning four team points with a 15-6 major decision over back-up Dave Ebbott at 149 pounds. Jesse Dong, ranked fourth in the country, took care of business at 157 pounds by defeating Shawn Harris 9-3. Dong scored an early first-period takedown and racked up 3:55 of riding time in the win. Harris was coming off a win over No. 6 Thomas Scotton of UNC just last night. Matt Epperly made it 13-0 with a 5-2 decision over Pat Riley at 165 pounds. Epperly broke a two-all tie with an escape and late takedown in the third period.

    After Tech forfeited at 174 pounds, Tommy Spellman won the rubber match against Mike Salopek at 184 pounds, beating him 3-1. After a scoreless first period, Spellman broke the deadlock with a takedown midway through the second period. Salopek picked up a point after Spellman’s second warning in the second period, but Spellman finished with exactly one minute of riding time to gain that point and win 3-1. The two had split a pair of previous matches this year.

    UVa’s Brent Jones picked up a 13-5 major decision over Chris Penny at 197 pounds and then Tim Miller fell to Jack Danilkowicz, but only 5-1 to give the Cavs only three points instead of six for a forfeit.

    With two matches left, things moved to the little guys with Tech leading by three. Tech’s Jarrod Garnett, ranked 15th in the country, earned a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Ross Gitomer. The battle was decided when Gitomer was called for his second stall warning, resulting in a point for Garnett and breaking a 1-1 deadlock midway through the third period. Garnett was able to stave off Gitomer’s last-ditch shots to earn the 2-1 win and give the Hokies a 19-13 lead. UVa’s Matt Snyder exacted revenge for an earlier loss to Brock LiVorio, beating him 3-2. But it didn’t matter in the big picture as the Hokies held on for the big win.

    “Team-wise, it was a good outing considering the injuries and adversity the team has had last month,” said head coach Kevin Dresser. “Individually, we made some steps. We’re not where we need to be, but we some have guys who have figured out how to beat guys multiple times and that’s what we have to do if we want to have guys win the ACC and be All-Americans this year.”

    Tech will return home for its final home match of the season on Friday against No. 7 Central Michigan at 7 p.m. On Sunday, the Hokies will take on Duke as part of the annual “Rumble on the River” to be held at Deep Run High School in Glen Allen, Va., at 2 o’clock.
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  7. #16

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    Navy 21, North Carolina 15

    184 - Nick Tenpenny (NC) dec. Greg Prioleau (N), 3-2
    197 - Charles Carafano (N) fall #12 Dennis Drury (NC), 4:12
    HWT - #5 Scott Steele (N) dec. Ziad Haddad (NC), 7-3
    125 - Aaron Kalil (N) dec. Brian Bokoski (NC), 10-3
    133 - Jeremy Shaw (NC) dec. Ben Levin (N), 4-0
    141 - Matt Pagan (N) dec. Mike Rappo (NC), 3-1
    149 - Jon Burns (NC) dec. Glenn Shober (N), 7-5
    157 - #8 Bryce Saddoris (N) dec. #6 Thomas Scotton (NC), 4-1
    165 - Robby Neill (N) dec. Kyle Kiss (NC), 3-1
    174 - Thomas Ferguson (NC) injury def. Matt DeMichiel (N), 4:54 (match tied at 4-4)
    Last edited by Stardust; 01-23-2010 at 10:52 PM.
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    No. 7 Wrestling Breezes By NC State, Duke Terps improve to 3-0 in conference duals


    COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Following a disappointing loss to Navy less than 24 hours ago, the seventh-ranked University of Maryland wrestling team wasted little time in showing its mettle against conference foes North Carolina State and Duke. In front of 814 fans at Comcast Pavilion, the Terrapins downed the Wolfpack 30-10 and handed Duke a 32-9 defeat to improve to 3-0 in Atlantic Coast Conference action.

    The Terps (15-4), whose last home loss was on Jan. 11, 2009, won seven out of 10 matches against both NC State (5-8) and Duke (2-4) to extend their winning streak at Comcast Pavilion to eight matches. Maryland was led by six wrestlers - Mookie Golden, Kyle John, No. 15 Josh Asper, Corey Peltier, No. 3 Hudson Taylor and Patrick Gilmore - who all went 2-0 on the day.

    "It's good to see the guys improve and make adjustments from match to match," said head coach Kerry McCoy. "There are still areas where we need to improve, but I thought we fought harder and looked better today than we did last night."

    Early on, the Terps looked like they would cruise to a win against NC State, as James Knox (125 pounds) and Golden (133) took major decisions in the first two matches of the day.

    Knox used a late flurry in the final period to turn what had been a close match into an 11-2 major decision. Golden used the momentum to dominate at 133 pounds, scoring a takedown and a near-fall early in the match. The senior didn't allow his opponent, Scott Norris, to score a point and took a 9-0 major decision to give Maryland an early 8-0 lead.

    But the Wolfpack won the next two matches to get within two points of the Terps. At 141 pounds, Matt Bogusz battled back from a 7-2 deficit against Dale Shull of NC State, tying the match at 9-9 late in the third period, but ultimately lost 12-9. No. 22 Bobby Ward of NC State took an 8-2 decision over Dex Lederer, who was wrestling in his first career dual meet for the Terps, as the Wolfpack brought the score to 8-6.

    Maryland got some breathing room after John earned a 14-7 decision over Juan Stimpson at 157 pounds. John, who improved to 24-8 on the season, got out to an early 7-1 lead and cruised from there.

    At 165 pounds, Asper provided another dominant performance for the Terps by controlling his match with Ray Ward throughout. Asper had near-falls twice in the final stanza, and went on to shutout Ward 11-0 as Maryland increased its lead to 15-6.

    Owen Smith lost 11-2 to Quinton Godley at 174 pounds, but Peltier pinned Cedric Moore in 2:22 at 184 pounds as Maryland put the match out of reach.

    Taylor won by forfeit and Gilmore got a hard-fought 3-0 win over Eloheim Palma to bring the final tally to 30-10.

    Against Duke, the Terps found themselves in a similar position - leading 8-6 after four matches. At 125 pounds, Peter Terrezza got the Blue Devils out to an early lead with a 10-4 decision over Pat Strizki.

    Golden gave Maryland its first lead with a 15-0 technical fall to bring the team score to 5-3 in favor of Maryland. Golden, a senior who has wrestled in place of No. 11 Steven Bell in spurts throughout the season, proved to be a more than capable replacement on Saturday. He earned nine points total for Maryland on the day and didn't allow an opponent to score on him. Matt Bogusz nearly pinned Mike Bell in the first period of the matchup at 141 pounds and went on to an 11-5 decision. Chris Piccolella of Duke took an 8-6 decision over Dex Lederer at 149 pounds, but the Blue Devils had to forfeit matches at 157 and 165 pounds, giving Maryland a commanding 20-6 lead.

    Peltier, Taylor and Gilmore all capped off their perfect days by winning the final three matches. Peltier took a 7-3 decision over Diego Bencomo at 184, Taylor pinned John Barone in 1:12 at 197 and Gilmore earned a 8-2 decision over Robert Holbrook at heavyweight.

    "I just told the guys, there are probably only two or three teams in the country that have gone through as tough of a stretch over the last month that we have," said McCoy. "To come out of that stretch nearly unscathed tells me we're ahead of schedule."
    Super 32 Challenge - October 26-27, 2013

    "Good things happen when you wrestle for a full seven minutes." -- Jayson Ness, post-finals press conference

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    Navy 38, North Carolina State 3
    Super 32 Challenge - October 26-27, 2013

    "Good things happen when you wrestle for a full seven minutes." -- Jayson Ness, post-finals press conference

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