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February 25, 2014

Pirate junior high grapplers win two matches

Greensburg — The Greensburg junior high wrestling team captured a victories in competition against the Indians of Milan and the Spartans of Connersville in recent action.

While defeating the Indians 84-30 on Thursday, Feb. 13, the Pirates earned ten wins by pin/fall and four by forfeit. After a slow start, with Milan leading 24-12 in team scoring after the 100 pound match, the Pirates took 11 straight matches with seven wins by pin/fall and four via forfeit.

At 75 pounds, Milan’s Shane Lonneman beat Greensburg sixth grader Avery Moore by pin in one minute, 24 seconds.

Greensburg sixth grader Jacob Evans at 80 pounds pinned Milan’s Cooper Barker in 1:36.

Milan’s Coleman Turner at 85 pounds pinned Greensburg sixth grader in 2:41.

Milan’s Zack Wilburn (90 pounds) pinned Greensburg eighth grader Augustus Gregory in 1:40.

Greensburg eighth grader Kyle Stark (95) pinned Casey Burdette in 1:40.

Milan’s Terra Steele (100) pinned Greensburg sixth grader Blake Tressler in 1:52.

Greensburg eighth grader Lane Wells (105) pinned Chris Hawke in 46 seconds.

Greensburg eighth grader Curtis Collins (110) pinned Brad Wickersham in 2:43.

Greensburg eighth grader Cody Bischoff (115) pinned Jacob Rohrig in 1:09.

Greensburg eighth grader Kevin Romero (120) pinned Clayde Aschermann in 28 seconds.

Winning by forfeit were Greensburg eighth grader Nathan Deiwert (125) and seventh grader Evan Beard (130).

The match at 135 pounds was a double forfeit.

Greensburg eighth grader Chase Springmeyer (140) pinned Bryer Franklin in 16 seconds.

Greensburg eighth grader Ty Hall (145) pinned Conner Miles in 44 seconds.

Winning by forfeit were Greensburg eighth graders Lucas Burton (155) and Jestin Hunter (165).

Greensburg eighth grader Skylar Cordray (180) pinned John Rohrig in 47 seconds.

Milan’s Eric Spears (220) pinned Greensburg seventh grader Kal’el Dickson in 54 seconds.

At heavyweight, Greensburg seventh grader DJ Koors pinned Nathaniel Spears in 41 seconds.

Junior High Pirates defeat Connersville

Last Tuesday, the Greensburg junior high Pirates were victorious in their competition against Connersville Middle School. While defeating Connersville 83-27, the Pirates earned 10 wins by pin/fall, one by decision, two by major decision, and two by forfeit.

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