Atholton junior Miles Easterling rose from the mat, flexed his muscles and screamed in jubilation.
“When I got that pin ... I just felt a rush of victory,” he said. “I don’t know how to describe it really. It was just amazing.”
The transfer student made his presence known Tuesday night, as his pin of River Hill’s Brett Schwab in a heavyweight bought sparked the Raiders to their first victory over the Hawks in more than a decade.
Easterling’s fall was the second of six straight wins for Atholton (3-2 county, 6-3 overall), which, despite forfeiting two bouts, clinched the 33-27 victory after a decision from Stephen Frazier at 138...