Eaglecrest - Thursday, December 14, 2006


Grandview wrestled their second conference match at Eaglecrest on Thursday, December 14, 2006 and for the second year in a row, the outcome was decided in the final match.

The Wolves won 4 of the first 5 matches and led 15-6 going into the 135 pound match.  They forfeited the 135 pound match, Tyler McGoffin won by a major decision at 140 and the Wolves had to forfeit the 145 pound match.  Daniel Ramierez's win by major decision at 152 kept Grandview in the lead, 23-18, but Eaglecrest came on strong at 160 and 171 winning both matches by pin and putting the Raptors in the lead 30 - 23.  Jacob Bomareto, 189, and Penn Wade, 215, put Grandview back in the lead, 35 - 30, by pinning their opponents.  With one match remaining at the 275 pound weight class, Eaglecrest's Andrew Sexton needed a pin to win the dual outright or a tech fall to tie.  Sexton put Grandview's Cody Gilmore on his back in the first period and it looked like Eaglecrest would get the win but ... Gilmore was successful in avoiding the pin and ... regained control of the match in the first period.  Gilmore pinned Sexton in the second period and for the second year in a row, the Wolves left Eaglecrest with a victory in the final match.


103 - Eric Wilson (WMD 11-1) vs Matt Ritz
112 - Michael Balagna (WMD 12-4) vs Tyler Nelson
119 - Emilio Palomares (LBF1) vs John Newburger
125 - Patrick Brown (WD 11-9) vs Dan Moore
130 - John Wagner (WMD 14-3) vs Paul Tysinger
135 - (Forfeit) vs Ryan Olvera

140 - Tyler McGoffin (WMD 12-2) vs Read Dejong
145 - (Forfeit) vs Bryan Eakin
152 - Daniel Ramirez (WMD 10-1) vs Matt Dizol

160 - Will Hannah (LBF1) vs Alex Zilborbert
171 - Kevin McGoon (LBF1) vs Aaron Galagher
189 - Jacob Bomareto (WBF3) vs Ben Walton
215 - Penn Wade (WBF1) vs David Wolf
275 - Cody Gilmore (WBF2) vs Andrew Sexton

WBF2 = Win By Fall, 2nd Period - 6 Team Points
WTF = Win Tech Fall (by 15) - 5 Team Points
WMD = Win Major Decision (by 8 to 14) - 4 Team Points
WD = Win by Decision (less than 8) - 3 Team Points