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Wrestlers split tri-meet
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Jason Steele pins his opponent from East Hall in the first period of the 120-pound weight class. - photo by Ryan Coker Dawson Community News

The Dawson County High School varsity wrestling team hosted a tri-match with East Hall and a very strong Oconee County team Nov. 25.

Coach Arron Haynes' team earned a split. The Tigers fell to Oconee by a 54-18 score before defeating East Hall by a comfortable score of 60-15.

In the match with Oconee, the Tigers received points from Harrison Adams (pin-first period) and Devan King (pin-first period). Gilbert Pruitt (170-pounds) won his match with a 10-6 decision.

Also winning 8-6 was Ty Williams in a very exciting tussle.

Justin Evans wrestled a great match with his Oconee County foe, only losing 6-5, in what could be one of the best matches of the afternoon.

Pinning their opponents against East Hall were Joseph Stapler (145-pounds), Taylor Cronan (160-pounds), Jeremy Whalen (170-pounds), Brenden Capps (220-pounds), Justin Evans (113-pounds), Jason Steele (120-pounds) and Josh Poe (132-pounds).

Picking up points by way of forfeit were Devan King (152-pounds), Trey Maciolek (182-pounds), Gavin Brown (195-pounds) and Ethan Cowart (126-pounds).

The Tigers will have a busy week.

The team will travel to Riverside Military Academy today for a match with Riverside, Union County and Shiloh. On Saturday the team will compete at the North Oconee Duals in Bogart.

Saturday's wrestling will begin at 9 a.m.

 

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