some wrestling

Granville wrestling, words from the coach,  
Granville [NY] 48, Cambridge [NY] 28
96 lbs:         Barry Linendoll (Cambridge [NY]) > Nathaniel Palmer (Granville [NY]), FALL 5:37
103 lbs:        DOUBLE FFT
112 lbs:        Justin Duel (Granville [NY]) > Tressa Young (Cambridge [NY]), DEC 7-2
119 lbs:        Hayden Miller (Granville [NY]), FFT
125 lbs:        Adam Mimms (Cambridge [NY]), FFT
130 lbs:        Josh Peabody (Cambridge [NY]) > Dennis Austin (Granville [NY]), FALL 4:41
135 lbs:        Kyle Ehntholt (Granville [NY]), FFT
140 lbs:        Kurt Ehntholt (Granville [NY]) > James Furciniti (Cambridge [NY]), TF 20-4/4:23
145 lbs:        Jacob Pierce (Cambridge [NY]), FFT
152 lbs:        Keith Gould (Granville [NY]), FFT
160 lbs:        Matt Parker (Granville [NY]), FFT
171 lbs:        James Patrick (Cambridge [NY]) > David McCullen (Granville [NY]), FALL 1:18
189 lbs:        Eric Hastings (Granville [NY]), FFT
215 lbs:        Charles Krueger (Granville [NY]) > Stevens (Cambridge [NY]), MD 11-3
285 lbs:        Walter Foster (Granville [NY]), FFT 

Christian Brothers Academy-Albany [NY] 42, Granville [NY] 27
96 lbs:         Nathaniel Palmer (Granville), FFT
103 lbs:        DOUBLE FFT
112 lbs:        Matt Carpenter (Christian Brothers Academy), FFT
119 lbs:        DOUBLE FFT
125 lbs:        Brendan Miller (Granville), FFT
130 lbs:        Kyle Ehntholt (Granville) > Andrew Riordan (Christian Brothers Academy), FALL 1:30
135 lbs:        Karl Palmer (Granville) > John Lapisha (Christian Brothers Academy), FALL 0:44
140 lbs:        Kurt Ehntholt (Granville) > Aaron Steele (Christian Brothers Academy), DEC 1-0
145 lbs:        Greg Cleveland (Christian Brothers Academy), FFT
152 lbs:        Cohen Declair (Christian Brothers Academy), FFT
160 lbs:        Eric Figueroa (Christian Brothers Academy) > Matt Parker (Granville), FALL 4:16
171 lbs:        Keegan Farone (Christian Brothers Academy), FFT
189 lbs:        Cj Bast (Christian Brothers Academy) > Eric Hastings (Granville), DEC 5-2
215 lbs:        Eric Stanton (Christian Brothers Academy) > Charles Krueger (Granville), FALL 5:22
285 lbs:        Ras-I Grady (Christian Brothers Academy), FFT

1/15/09: The Golden Horde travelled to Cambridge High School to wrestle the Indians in a League dual meet. Granville improved to 2-1 in the league with a win of 48-28 over Cambridge. The team still has a shot for the overall league title. Schuylerville picked up another loss to Tamarac that Thursday so they have fallen to 2-2. Only unbeaten Hoosick Falls (3-0) is left. If Granville were to be beat Hoosick Falls this Saturday (4:00 p.m.), both teams will be 3-1 with Granville earning the tiebreaker of head to head competition.
Coach Palmer

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