CALHOUN WRESTLING QUAD TUESDAY - Event Starts At 1 PM

(12/29/2003)

By Gaylen Duskey SPORTS EDITOR

Realfang@citlink.net

Wahama will replace Clay County in the Calhoun Quadrangular wrestling match Tuesday afternoon starting at 1 p.m.

"Clay was going to come but just couldn’t work things out with their schedule," Calhoun wrestling coach Mike Stump said, "but we were able to pick up Wahama."

Wahama joins Grafton, Roane County and Calhoun in the four-team affair. Each team will wrestle the three other teams.

"Roane has really been coming on and they match up pretty well with us," Stump said. "And, in these holiday things you really aren’t sure how your guys are going to come in. We held a practice yesterday (Saturday) to see how guys were going with weight and everything, but you just don’t know until you get out there and wrestle."

Calhoun has done pretty well this season and is ranked fifth in the most recent AA-A coaches wrestling poll. The Red Devils are 8-1 in dual matches and finished third – the top AA-A team – in the recent Point Pleasant Olympic Pool Tournament.

Two Red Devils – Eric Metz and Justin Ashley – are both undefeated at 15-0 this season.

If everyone is healthy and makes weight Calhoun should go with a lineup Tuesday that includes:

103 – Seth Jarvis.

112 – Bryan Gungle, third at Point Pleasant.

119 – Jaron Sampson, fourth at Point Pleasant.

125 – Justin Ramsey, third at Point Pleasant.

130 – Justin Ashley, first at Point Pleasant.

135 – Andrew Cummings, first at Point Pleasant.

140 – Justin Price, third at Point Pleasant.

145 – Dustin Nichols.

152 – Eric Metz, first at Point Pleasant.

160 – Paul Goodrich, second at Point Pleasant.

171 – Dustin Carpenter, first round winner at Point Pleasant.

189 – Michael Roberts, first round winner at Point Pleasant.

215 or unlimted – Dustin Whipkey.

Following Tuesday’s matches the Red Devils will be off until Jan. 9-10 when they will compete in the Nitro Invitational.


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