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Wrestling loses at No. 16 Bloomsburg 36-9
Reed, Paris notch lone wins for Bearcats in season finale
February 21, 2013Tweet
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BLOOMSBURG, Pa.—Sixteenth-ranked Bloomsburg rattled off six straight wins to start the evening and the host Huskies (17-3) pinned a 36-9 loss on Binghamton Thursday night at the Nelson Field House. The match was the final dual for the Bearcats (5-13), who sat three starters with the CAA Championship on the horizon.
Junior 184-pound Cody Reed earned a third-period pin to give the Bearcats six points. Reed notched his fourth straight win and improved to 15-13 overall (10-8 duals) with his pin of Sam Shirley. One bout earlier, sophomore 174-pound John Paris scored a 12-9 decision to get Binghamton on the board.
The Bearcats rested their nationally-ranked duo - 149-pound Donnie Vinson (No. 4) and 197-pound Nate Schiedel (No. 5). Both finished their seasons with unblemished dual meet records. Vinson is 27-1 overall (17-0 duals). Schiedel is 24-2 overall (17-0). Binghamton also kept sophomore heavyweight Tyler Deuel on the sidelines, forfeiting the final match of the night.
Sophomore 141-pound Joe Bonaldi returned to the starting lineup after a three-month absence and dropped a 9-3 decision.
No. 16 Bloomsburg 36, Binghamton 9
125 Sean Boylan (Bloomsburg) won by pin over Mike Sardo (Binghamton University) 5:46.
133 Nick Wilcox (Bloomsburg) won by tech fall over Dylan Cohen (Binghamton University) 6:22
141 Matthew Rappo (Bloomsburg) won by decision over Joe Bonaldi (Binghamton University) 9-3
149 Josh Roosa (Bloomsburg) won by major decision over Ben Price (Binghamton University) 12-1
157 Frank Hickman (Bloomsburg) won by major decision over Jack McKeever (Binghamton University) 16-3
165 Kevin Hartnett (Bloomsburg) won by tech fall over Brian Conrad (Binghamton University) 3:53 20-4
174 John Paris (Binghamton University) won by decision over Christopher Smith (Bloomsburg) 12-9
184 Cody Reed (Binghamton University) won by pin over Sam Shirey (Bloomsburg) 6:35
197 Andre Petroski (Bloomsburg) won by decision over Caleb Wallace (Binghamton University) 12-9
285 Justin Grant (Bloomsburg) won by forfeit