To wrap it up against Corning, Clark and Deyo (this time at 132 pounds) earned pins, with Kral making it three wins in a row by routing Damien Vanetten 12-2.B’ville would practice and rest through much of the next two weeks, and will resume its season on Jan. 4 when it goes to Canastota for the Fallen Heroes Tournament.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Even with its Dec. 18 showdown against Liverpool postponed by a winter snowstorm, the Baldwinsville wrestling team still had mat action prior to the holiday break.The Bees traveled to Corning last Saturday for the Greg Partridge Memorial Duals, where it finished fifth in a 10-team field with a record of 3-2.B’ville started wiith a 55-27 loss to Bainbridge-Guilford-Afton-Harpursville and fell again 57-21 to Canisteo-Greenwood, the eventual tournament champions. Tags: Baldwinsvillewrestling Against BGAH, Keagan Hayes earned his team’s lone mat win at 106 pounds, beating Kenyon Pickens 5-3 in overtime. The match with CG included pins for Kaylob Deyo (138 pounds) and Fred Pickard (195 pounds) along with Naseim Perez (285 pounds) topping Jacob Mullen 5-2.Bouncing back, the Bees won 54-34 over Dryden, nearly got a shutout against Maspeth in a 72-3 decision and closed out the tournament with a 63-18 romp over the host Corning Hawks.Though mostly helped by forfeits against Dryden, Mike Kral (195 pounds) did pin Nate Hollenbeck in 3:29 and got another pin against Maspeth, joining Hayes, Jacob Mitts (220 pounds) and Mason Clark (120 pounds) in earning falls. Max Naples added a 7-1 decision over Kalo Shuke at 126 pounds.
Published on December 22, 2017 at 8:36 pm Contact Billy: email@example.com | @Wheyen3 Facebook Twitter Google+ Coming off its first loss of the season on Thursday, Syracuse (12-1) came out firing in the first quarter of its game against UNLV (5-6) on Friday in its final nonconference game. 18-straight points set the Orange out in front from the opening tip and the game was never close in a bounce-back 69-55 win for SU at the Duel in the Desert.The Rebels cut the lead to 14 on the last bucket of the game, but that was the closest the tournament hosts would be to closing on Syracuse after the opening 18-0 run.UNLV struggled with turnovers throughout the contest. The Rebels turned the ball over 28 times, in contrast to Syracuse’s much smaller total of 14. Tiana Mangakahia wreaked much of the havoc for SU, ending the game with eight steals. The turnover margin meant that the Orange was able to attempt 17 more field goals than UNLV in a game which the Rebels barely outshot SU from the floor, 36 percent to 35.8.Gabrielle Cooper, who led the Orange with 22 points in the loss to No. 5 Mississippi State, had another strong scoring output with 17 points. Digna Strautmane had 13 points in the first half and finished with 15 points, seven rebounds and four blocks.Mangakahia finished with 12 points and nine assists, not missing a triple-double by much when combined with her eight steals. Miranda Drummond rounded out Syracuse’s double-digit scorers with a team-leading 18 of her own.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAt the end of the first quarter, Syracuse led UNLV 28-6. The Rebels outscored SU the rest of the way, winning the last three quarters 49-41. But the big run to start the contest meant that the Orange could breeze to the finish line. A day after losing to the highest-ranked team it will play in the nonconference, Syracuse made sure Friday’s result was never in doubt right from the get-go. Comments