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Saturday, January 19, 2008

More from Milford Indians Wrestling

Again, the following information is submitted by our friends at Milford Indians Wrestling.

Milford Indians Compete at Madison Wrestling Tournament on January 6th.

The Milford Indians wrestled at one of the states most competitive tournaments this past weekend in Madison. Four wrestlers started the morning session which was led by Ryan Luth. Ryan out wrestled his first two opponents winning by two Technical Falls and pinning his third opponent. In his final match Ryan faced Madison’s tough Joey Ciotti. Both wrestlers fought a tough bout with Ciotti edging out Luth by one point. Ryan ended the day with a 2nd place medal. Gino Esposito lost a close first match to one of last years state champs and pinned two more opponents to end the day with a 3rd place medal. Billy Kelly and Dante Esposito posted 1 win to each finish the morning session with a 4th place finish.

The afternoon session was led off by Jack Luth and Joseph Buzelle. Luth had one pin for the day and Buzelle won his first match by Technical Fall. A.J. Linet competed in his first wrestling tournament and lost his first match by only one point. Linet showed lots of heart after facing some of the toughest wrestlers in the tournament. Jonathon Buzelle also competed in the afternoon session. Tyler Bishop shut out his first opponent 12-0 scoring a Technical Fall. Bishop would then have his toughest match of the day against Windham wrestler Miquel Calixto. That match ended in a 5-2 win for Calixto. Bishop came back hard to win his next two matches 12-0 and 5-2 to take 2nd place.



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