Wrestlers defeat Mechanicville

T he Golden Horde added an unplanned match to fill the schedule when the highly anticipated match-up with Corinth could not get rescheduled, picking up the Mechanicville Red Raiders and a 54-15 win to end the regular season.

Granville reached 13-13 overall with the non-league win. The most significant event of the night was the century club clinching match for Brendan Miller who pinned Max Baker at 125 pounds.

Brad Perry (152) and Eric Hastings pinned for Granville as the Mechanicville squad also ceded six forfeits.

119 – Garmley (M) dec. Duel, 12-6.

125 – B. Miller (G) pinned Baker, 1:31.

130 – Double forfeit.

135 – Hanna (G) by forfeit.

140 – K. Palmer (G) by forfeit.

145 – Double forfeit.

152 – Perry (G) pinned McBride, 2:47.

160 – Coreno (M) pinned Carr, 5:29.

171 – McCullen (G) by forfeit.

189 – Rozell (G) by forfeit.

215 – Perras (M) pinned Reed, 3:40.

285 – Hastings (G) pinned Navarrette, 1:28.

96 – Double forfeit.

103 – Cohan (G) by forfeit.

112 – Owens (G) by forfeit.

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