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January 7, 2013

Colquitt wrestlers drop two in region duals

MOULTRIE — The Colquitt County wrestling team dropped both of its matches in the Region 1-AAAAAA duals held Saturday at Lowndes.

The Packers fell in their opener 51-23.

In the match, the Packers got a pin of Zachary Pitchford by Jordan Rosales at 113; at 15-0 technical decision by Anderson Glenn over Richard Thigpen at 138; a 4-3 decision by Hart Sumner over Austin Gowen at 145; at 3-2 decision by Hudson May over Kiyon Tresvant at 152; and a pin by Travis Register of James Johnson at 220.

The Packers then fell 45-24 to Tift County in their second match.

Rosales got his second straight victory, pinning Keanu Moore at 113.

Sumner also went 2-0 in the meet, taking an 8-6 decision over Jerry Rodriguez in a 138-pound match. He is now 18-10 with 10 pins.

Glenn wrestled at 145 and pinned Mason Gann at 1:34 of the first period to finish the day at 2-0. He continues to have an excellent senior season with a 32-3 record with 20 pins.

Hudson May also won by pin, taking Clay Berry at 152 to raise his season’s record to 15-2 with eight pins.

Javier Martinez got the Packers other points with a 7-5 decision over Sam Dunn at 195. He is 22-8 and has pinned 12 opponents.

Defending 220-pound state champion Travis Register lost his first match since the 2011 region tournament when he dropped a 13-11 decision to Beau Bergeron. He is 9-1.

The Packers will wrestle next on Thursday when they play host to Monroe, Pelham and Dougherty at 5 p.m. at the Pineland gymnasium.

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