View Mobile Site
  • Bookmark and Share

Most Popular Articles

There are no articles at this time.

Wrestlers pin Buford

Pick up 19th win of the season

POSTED: January 25, 2011 4:30 p.m.
File photo/

Levi Pressley administers a hold on his opponent during a recent match.

View Larger

The Dawson County High School varsity wrestling team picked up a 42-33 win over Buford Jan. 18. It was the 19th win of the season for the Tigers.

 

Anthony Underwood (103), Andrew Lovingood (140), Charlie Short (145) and Preston Adams (152) pinned their opponents to pick up six points for the team.

 

Tigers James Evans (112) won 6-5 over his Buford opponent. Also winning by decision was David Wood (135) in a close 8-7 victory.

 

Timothy Blythe (119) and Evan Kells (160) won by way of forfeit.

 

The Tigers struggled in the upper weight classes. The team lost at the 171, 189, 215, and heavyweight classes.

 

“We wrestled very well against a very good and physical Buford team,” said Head Coach Arron Haynes.

 

“David Wood had a great match against a top notch wrestler for Buford and pulled out a win while recovering from sickness. We also had a very good showing from Charlie Short and Preston Adams. Anthony Underwood also had a breakthrough match,” he added.

 

Earlier this season Haynes’ surpassed the 150-win mark as a head coach. He currently has compiled 168 wins while at Dawson County High School.

COMMENTS

  • Bookmark and Share

Commenting not available.
Commenting is not available.

FEATURED PHOTOS

Wade named president of GSBA
Will Wade was installed as ...
Hundreds cool off at Rotary...
Kyler Bruhl, 6, breaks it d...
Firefighters battle three b...
Firefighters battled three ...
4th fireworks roar Monday a...
Mason and Trinity Hyde watc...
Gridiron girls starts secon...
Georgia Smith and the rest ...
Elliott has busy weekend at...
Chase Elliott celebrates in...
Students get glimpse of pol...
Caitlyn Montanaro takes a t...
Rotary Day celebration offe...
Gabriella Harris, 6, squeal...
Lanier Tech marks 50th comm...
Ray Perren, the president o...
 

Please wait ...