#NextLevel — Sunday, November 27

Hayden Good (Bartram Trail ’15) didn’t have much time off after completing his second year as a member of the Johns Hopkins football team. After the Blue Jays fell 28-21 to Mount Union on Saturday in the second round of the NCAA Division III football playoffs, Good suited up for the Hopkins wrestlers as they competed in the Grapple in the Garden combined high school and college event at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Sunday.

Competing at 285 with literally no time off in between sports, Good lost by fall in 4:35 to NYU’s Santino Pelusi as Hopkins fell by a 27-13 count to the #16 team in Division III, and lost by fall in 2:40 to Allan Beattie as part of Hopkins’ 55-0 loss to #3 Pittsburgh-Johnstown.

A full recap of Good and his team’s day can be found here:

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