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Wrestling Finishes Season with a Sweep

Varsity wrestling finished its season with a 13-13 record thanks to a Friday sweep of two home matches.

The victims were South Philadelphia (a k a Southern), by 49-3, and Lawrenceville (NJ), 51-30.

Junior Billy Costello, sophomore Alex Koenig, junior David Giorno and freshman TJ Henry posted two pins apiece. Junior Gene Naumovsky won via a pin and a technical fall.

The action was livestreamed and will be available soon on demand.

Posted by S. Sexton in silary, winter sports on Sunday February, 14, 2016 at 09:33AM
Tag:  wrestling

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