User Login    
 + Register
PDQ Cleaning
Sports : South Harrison Bulldogs win 2012 THS Wrestling Tournament
Posted by Tom on 2012/12/17 16:29:22 (387 reads) News by the same author

South Harrison won the Trenton High School Wrestling Tournament by 44 1/2 points over second-place Trenton on Saturday. South Harrison and Trenton each had three individual champions, but South Harrison's lead, and team win, was gained by the Bethany team having five runner-up finishers, compared to Trenton's two. South Harrison accumulated 178 points, Trenton 133 1/2, and third place Stanberry 109. Marceline had 99, Maryville 98, St. Joseph Central JV 78, Gallatin 75 1/2, South Holt 61, and Southwest Livingston 40. There also were a handful of JV wrestlers from Marceline, S.J. Central, and Trenton.

The Trenton varsity had first place finishes from Carlos Gonzalez at 113 points, Mason Mounce at 152, and Jacob Spillman at 182 pounds. Other individual champions were Dalton Fisher of Marceline at 106, Brody Richardson of South Harrison at 120, Nate Alexander of Maryville at 126, Jesse Oldham of Stanberry at 132, Austin Ward of South Harrison at 138, Dane Hull of Maryville at 145, Kasey McFall of South Harrison at 160, Logan Nigh of St. Joseph Central's JV at 170, Ethan Crowe of Southwest Livingston at 195, Jimmy Dale of Gallatin at 220, and Brenden Weybrew of Maryville at 285.

Trenton's second place finishers were Caleb Feagins at 138 pounds and Thomas Mack at 160. Coming in third for THS was Travis Leeper at 145.

Here is Trenton Head Wrestling Coach Charlie Bacon:

Click here to listen to THS Wrestling Coach Charlie Bacon

Coach Bacon thanked the volunteers who helped to operate this year's Trenton Tournament:

Click here to listen to THS Wrestling Coach Charlie Bacon

That is Trenton Head Wrestling Coach Charlie Bacon.

Printer Friendly Page Send this Story to a Friend Create a PDF from the article


Other articles
2014/8/20 11:21:38 - Milan Hosts Four-Team Softball Jamboree
2014/8/20 9:29:40 - Spickard Board Of Education Meets
2014/8/20 9:26:26 - Two Arrested On Drug Charges In Chillicothe
2014/8/20 9:22:05 - Dr G. Talks About Contagions
2014/8/20 7:35:12 - Man Convicted In 30-Year-Old Homicide Case
2014/8/20 4:44:52 - MO Gov. Nixon: 'Vigorous Prosecution' Needed After Death Of Michael Brown
2014/8/20 4:30:09 - Moberly Medical Clinics Affected By Data Breach
2014/8/20 4:26:24 - Bystanders Save Passengers From Burning Car In Fiery Ozarks Crash
2014/8/20 4:21:03 - Habersham County Will Not Pay Medical Bills For Baby Injured In Raid
2014/8/20 4:13:17 - Support Grows For Officer Who Shot Ferguson Teen Michael Brown
2014/8/20 4:01:58 - Man Arrested At Livingston County Courthouse With Knife
2014/8/19 20:20:00 - Trenton Wins and Ties, In Tuesday Night Softball Jamboree
2014/8/19 18:20:00 - MLB Moves Royals-Indians Game To "Sunday Night Baseball"
2014/8/19 11:07:24 - Grundy County Nursing Home District Meets
2014/8/19 11:01:33 - Grundy County Commissioners Meeting Report
2014/8/19 10:39:44 - 8-Year-Old Chillicothe Girl Places 2nd At Missouri State Fair
2014/8/19 10:36:11 - Alumni Band To Perform At First Trenton Home Game
2014/8/19 10:31:09 - One In Five Rely On Food Pantries In Missouri
2014/8/19 10:27:03 - Two Area Schools Post Enrollment Figures
2014/8/19 10:24:45 - 3rd Annual NCMC Foundation Golf Tournament Slated For August 29th
2014/8/19 10:21:16 - Several Locations Designated For Demolition In Trenton
2014/8/19 4:48:02 - Suspect Arrested At Edge Of Maryville After High Speed Chase
2014/8/19 4:19:17 - KC Officer Faces Review For Michael Brown Facebook Posts
2014/8/19 4:06:21 - Police, Protesters Collide Again In Ferguson
2014/8/19 4:02:58 - Recent Drug Arrests And Seizures In Chillicothe
2014/8/18 17:02:23 - Trenton Softball Drops To Class 2 For 2014 Season
2014/8/18 16:13:17 - Trenton 5th and 6th Grade Cheer Meeting Announced For Thursday
2014/8/18 16:05:42 - Chiefs Fall In Carolina, 28-16
2014/8/18 15:56:53 - Mizzou Ranked #24 In AP Preseason Poll
2014/8/18 10:53:51 - Mercer Homecoming Celebration Set To Begin August 28th



Bookmark this article at these sites

                   

Listen to KTTN-FM