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Sports : Trenton Bulldogs claim three individual titles at Marceline Wrestling Tournament
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/3 17:09:35 (484 reads) News by the same author

Trenton High School wrestlers Carlos Gonzalez, Mason Mounce, and Jacob Spillman all placed first in the Marceline Tournament on Saturday. Each of the three was unbeaten in their weight class in the "A" pool. Gonzalez was 4-0 at 106 pounds, including a victory over a defending state champion.

Gonzalez, who finished fourth at state last spring, was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler of the annual event. Mason Mounce and Jacob Spillman each was undefeated in matches in the "A" pool, Mounce at 152 pounds and Spillman at 170.

Also in the "A" pool, Travis Leeper was 2-1 at 145 pounds, and Thomas Mack went 3-2.

Trenton finishers in the "B" pool included Dalton Ellis 4-1 at 132 pounds, Alex Lovell 4-1 at 160 pounds, Wynne DeVorss 3-2 at 126 pounds, and Layton Harkins 3-2 at heavyweight. There were no team scores kept.

Trenton High School head coach Charlie Bacon assesses the performances of the Trenton wrestlers:

Click here to listen to THS Wrestling coach Charlie Bacon

That is Trenton Head Wrestling Coach Charlie Bacon. The Bulldogs will next be in action on Tuesday, December 4th, in triangular road action against South Harrison and Gallatin.

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