GLEN ST MARY — A rare Monday night tri-meet resulted in two victories in favor of host Baker County, as the Wildcats rolled past Keystone Heights, 72-9, and Union County, 72-12, to wrap up January competition.
In the first dual of the evening, the Tigers took down the Indians, 53-22.
Baker County double winners on the night were Jareb Lauramore (106, pin), Brock Duncan (113, 2 pns), Gavin Sparkman (126, 2 pins), Joshua Carter (132, 2 pins), Rasean Rayam (152, 2 pins), Cannon Wimpey (160, 2 pins), Clayton Dennison (170, 2 pins), Toby Kinghorn (195, pin), Ian Doyle (220, pin) and Chase Crews (285, 2 pins).
Additionally, Thomas Torres (138) won by fall in the victory over Union, while Jonathon Walker (120) and Lucas Long (145) each won by pin for Baker County (19-5 in duals for the season) in the win over Union.
For the Tigers (5-9), Alexander Cortese (182, pin) was Union’s only double winner. But the Tigers got pins from Braden Adams (126), Elijah Roberts (138), Dante’ Johnson (145), Caleb Crawford (160), Colin Hadlock (170) and Dayven Kelly (285) in the win over Keystone, with Ian Halfacre (132) adding a 17-0 TF. Ethan Shea (138) additionally won by fall in the Baker County dual.
Keystone Heights (4-13) had one double winner in Phoenix Contes (120, pin & decision). Jared Goetzman (113) and Dustin Taylor (152) had contested wins by fall against Union, while Saige Dennis (145) took a pin in the loss to Baker County.
Baker County and Union County will both be at the Green Cove Springs Rotary at Clay on Friday and Saturday. Per schedules received preseason, Keystone Heights will be at Palm Harbor University’s Logan Kushner Memorial, also on Friday and Saturday.
Box scores from Monday’s competition can be found HERE.
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