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Central Mountain tops Jersey Shore In mat action

Central Mountain 54, Jersey Shore 15

106 – Gino Serafinl (CM) won by forfeit

113 – Derek Keen (CM) won by forfeit

120 – Brayden Courter (CM) dec. Liam Goodrich (JS), 5-4

126 –  Taylor Weaver (CM) tech. Fall over Gabe Andrus 17-2, 5:01

132 – Zach Miller (CM) won by forfeit

138 – Tristan Probst (CM) won by forfeit

145 – Kaden Falls (CM) dec. Cade Vuolcalo (JS), 5-1.

152 -Gabe Packer (JS) dec. Lucas Porter (CM), 6-0.

160 -Damien Galentine (CM) def. Tyler Bauder (JS), 8-7.

170 – Hayden Packer (JS) pinned Ashton Irstalluva (CM), 1:19.

182 – Ryan Kershner (JS) pinned Paul Rigley (CM), 3:03.

195 – Nick Miller (CM) pinned Colby McKibben, :59.

220 – Gage Sutliff (CM) Major Dec. Lee Springman.

285 – Cyrus McCarl (CM) won by forfeit

By Kenny Varner

MILL HALL – On a night when the Central Mountain wrestling team honored the 10th Anniversary of the School’s 2010 Wrestling State Champion wrestling team, it seemed only fitting that this version of Wildcat mat men would show off their talents and top their rival Jersey Shore.

With the Bulldogs giving away five forfeits, Jersey Shore already put themselves at a great disadvantage.

The Wildcats also added to the scoring barrage defeating the Bulldogs, 54-15 on Friday night.

One strong point for Jersey Shore was the strong effort put out by the mid to upper weights, pulling 15 points from there.

“We had some good performances by the Packer boys, Kershner even Gabe Andrews was a fighter, Liam’s a fighter. They are all good kids,” said Jersey Shore coach Crock Herman. “We have a lot of young kids. I think we only have two seniors on the team. We have four or five ninth graders coming up next year. Other than that they are a good group of kids. They work hard on the mats. We just got to get a little more basics in their program.”

Central Mountain’s Gino Serafinl At 106 got his team off to a good start as he won by forfeit.

Teammate Derek Keen took the 113-pound class the same way S he also won by forfeit.

At 120 pounds, the match between the Wildcats Brayden Courter and Liam Goodrich produced on of the best matches of the night. In the end, Courter would hold onto a slim 5-4 victory, upping it to a 15-0 Central Mountain lead.

126 – pound Wildcat wrestler Taylor Weaver posted a dominating tech. Fall over Gabe Andrus 17-2, 5:01.

The wins kept coming the  Central Mountain as they took a 26-0 lead as 132 -pounder Zach Miller (CM) won by forfeit.

At 138, Tristan Probst (CM) also won by forfeit to give the Wildcats a secure 32-0 advantage.

“We felt like last week we had so many of those close battles go the other way so it was nice to see in tight situations like at 160 as Damien was down early and was able to comeback late and get the win. We are just trying to build on every time out and get better everyday,” said Central Mountain Coach Biff Walizer. “We are super young with just that one senior in the starting line up.”

The wins kept coming at 145 – as Central Mountain’s Kaden Falls controlled his opponent for much of the match in his deciscion over Cade Vuolcalo, 5-1.

At 152, Jersey Shore finally got on the board when Gabe Packer blanked Lucas Porter in a 6-0 decision.

But Central Mountain got back to its winning ways at 160, Damien Galentine defeated Tyler Bauder in a match where he was trailing for most of the match but pulled it out in the final minutes at 8-7.

170 – pounder Hayden Packer got the Bulldogs back on the scoreboard as he pinned Ashton Irstalluva at 1:19.

At 182, Ryan Kershner kept the Jersey Shore winning coming as he pinned Paul Rigley At 3:03.

Before things got too far into the 195-pound match Central Mountain’s Nick Miller pinned Colby McKibben, :59.

Continuing at 220, the Wildcats’ Gage Sutliff added to the lead with a Major decision over Lee Springman.

Rounding out the night at 285 , Central Mountain’s Cyrus McCarl won by forfeit, ending it at a 54-15 win.

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