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Knights place six in top-five at Bo Henry Classic

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

The Northview wrestling team placed fourth in the Bo Henry Wrestling Tournament at Bloomington North on Saturday afternoon.

Princeton was the first place team in the tourney, scoring 230.5 points and Mooresville was second with 213.5, followed by Castle with 200.5 with the Knights tallying 110.5 in the eight team field.

Greg Stultz was the 171 pound winner for the Knights, taking a 17-3 win over Justin Hickman of Martinsville and a 16-4 decision over Jake Allhouse of Castle and a 7-2 win over Sean McCammock of Mooresville to move his season mark to 18-2 overall.

Freshman Chris Craft came through with a second place finish at 125, winning 8-7 over Adriel Jordan of Bloomington North and 8-4 against Kurt Leek of Princeton before falling to 6-0 to eighth-ranked Caleb Schmidt of Castle in the finals.

Northview placed four competitors in fourth place overall as Brian Griffin lost his opener before coming back with a fall at 130 over Daniel McNeil of Terre Haute North and a 5-3 win over Heritage grappler Jason Lay before a loss in the consolation finals.

Also in fourth was Beau Pingleton who pinned Jake Hassank of Heritage in just 35 seconds at 119 before alternating wins and losses the rest of the way. Brandon Hathaway was fourth at 140, winning his first match 10-2 over Keith Langley of Bloomington North then losing by fall in the second round. He rebounded with an 11-7 win before losing in the consy finals. Zach Stultz was the fourth place finisher at 135 earning a second round 7-6 win and an injury forfeit in the second round before a 5-1 loss in the consolation finals.

Rob Pasalich was fifth at 189 with a win by 56 second fall in the opener and despite two losses in the middle, finishing with a 16-0 win for fifth place.

Sixth place finishers were Nick Hensler, Hank Weishaupt and Nathan Disney who won the 215 pound class at the Terre Haute South JV Tourney earlier this month.

Up next for the Knights will be a trip to the two-day Mooresville Tourney beginning on December 27.



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