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Indians’ wrestling team sweeps Southern Huntingdon, Everett

MIFFLINTOWN – Thursday night, the Juniata wrestling team swept both Southern Huntingdon and Everett at home.

In their match against Southern Huntingdon, the Indians muscled out a  38-30 win over the Rockets.

After a Double Forfeit at 106,

Juniata’s 113-pounder Casey Smith   opened with a forfeit.

Juniata continued things at 120, when Taylor Smith pinned Caden Scott at 3:29.

132-pounder Tye Jabs got things back on track for the Indians as he picked up a tech fall over Kyler Cromwell 18-1.

At 152, Josh Bomberger outlasted the Rockets’ Brandon Runk ,9-5.

189-pounder Joshua Pacheco gave Juniata another win via forfeit.

Juniata was tough at 215, Jonathan Kauffman pinned Brody Pyles at 2:54.

Rounding out the match at 285, Juniata’s Dominik Rowles notched a forfeit.

Juniata dominated Everett 46-15.

Starting things off at 113, Juniata’s Casey Smith picked up a major decision over Elijah Mills, 18-4.

120-pounder Taylor Smith picked up the Indians first forfeit of the night.

Cameron Sweigart picked up the easy win at 126 winning by forfeit.

At 132, there was a Double Forfeit.

Tye Jabs gave the Indians a win also with a forfeit at 138.

160-pounder, Noe Montesinos added to the Indians’ lead when he pinned Conner Deffibaugh at 4:53.

Forfeits were the constant on the night as 189-pounder Joshua Pacheco won by forfeit.

At 215, Dominik Rowles defeated Everett’s Darrin Beegle via pin fall at 3:52.

In heavyweight action, Juniata’s  Jonathan Kauffman pinned Quinton Beegle at 2:24.

Both teams rounded out the contest at 106 on a Double Forfeit.

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