BY RANDY MCROBERTS, firstname.lastname@example.org
12:39 PM EST, January 3, 2013
A number of wrestling teams made their way back onto the mats Wednesday, the first day back in school for teachers and students after the holiday break.
C. Milton Wright opened its 2013 part of the schedule with a lopsided win, beating visiting Edgewood, 69-9, behind 12 wins, nine by pin.
Alex Wienecke had a 1:07 pin at 106 pounds, but it was teammate Alan Dorsey who had the quickest pin of the meet, winning in just 17 seconds at 285.
Also pinning for the Mustangs were Nick DiMattia, 126; Mike Zito, 138; Spencer Hellman, 145; Ben Swanson, 152; Doug Their, 182; Noah Bowers, 195; and Frankie Marzen, 220.
The lone CMW wrestler to win by decision was Philip Flint, an 8-3 winner over Marcus Gash at 160.
Dan Wesdock and Haseeb Durrani were winners by forfeit at 113 and 132, respectively, for CMW.
Edgewood's two wins came from Noel Spencer, a forfeit at 120, and Shawn Kluchinsky, a 6-5 winner at 170 over Mickey Glendon.
Bobcats beat Tigers
Bel Air was also back in action and won, defeating visiting Rising Sun, 52-16.
The match started at 120 with Brady Stafford scoring a first period fall, one of five for the Bobcats in the win.
Cameron Watts, 132; John Cross, 152; Grant Fleming, 170; and David Reagan, 106, also recorded falls.
Connor Nash, 126, and William Holder-Moore, 182, each won by forfeit. Cyler Crawford, 195, and Gavin Rupprecht, 113, added decisions and Luke Schlegel won by major decision at 285.
Cougars beat Eagles
Fallston was a winner, too, beating host Bo Manor, 48-22, Wednesday.
The Cougars were victors in nine of the 14 bouts, winning the lightest and heaviest. At 106, Colin McDonald won 5-2 over Cody Trybus and at 285, Alex Helm, won 5-1 over Kieran Dunn.
Joey Medicus had one of the Cougars' six pins at 120, as did Bryan Jirsa at 132.
At 152, CJ Austin collected a pin, and Gary Riley did as well at 170.Gabe Wagner earned a forfeit at 182 and Austin Rutkowski and Ridge Myers closed out the wins with pins at 195 and 220, respectively.
Panthers top Cobras
Harford Tech lost at Perryville, 41-33, Wednesday, giving away 30 points in five forfeits. The Cobras did get two forfeits themselves, since neither team had a wrestler for the 160 bout.
The Panthers opened the meet with two forfeit wins, Scott Delancy at 195 and Dustin Krahn at 220. At 285, Logan Kelly pinned Tech's Scott Orman in 2:40, before Tech won its first bout by pin at 106 and its second by forfeit at 113.
Perryville then collected a pair of forfeits at 120 with Justin Harreld and at 126 with Chris Brown.
Perryville's T.C. Foster followed at 132 with a 15-0 technical fall victory, before Tech reeled off three straight wins. Two were pins, Andrey Kalwa at 138 and Sam Cook at 145, and the other was a forfeit at 152.
Following the double forfeit at 160, Perryville earned its final win at 170 by forfeit to Jake Ritter.
The final bout at 182 was probably the best of the meet, with Tech's Nathan Cook edging David Doring, 7-6.