Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Wrestlers from either Goose Creek or Stratford high schools captured the Region 7-AAAA titles in eight of the 14 weight classes earlier this month. The top four finishers at each weight class earned spots in the Class AAAA Lower State qualifier at Beaufort High School Feb. 21-22. The state championships are Feb. 28 and March 1 in Anderson at the Anderson Civic Center. Goose Creek's region champs are Allen Moran (106), Brandon Washington (113), Christian Rubin (152) and Caleb Rubin (160). Stratford's region champs are Ross Johnson (126), Kemp Shider (138), T.J. Deveaux (182) and Daniel Dees (285). Complete results are listed below: 106 1. Allen Moran (Goose Creek) 2. Darren Scott (Wando) 3. Ryan Westbury (Stratford) 4. Peyton Geiger (West Ashley) 113 1. Brandon Washington (GC) 2. Aaron Watkins (S) 3. Jeffrey Blackmon (WA) 4. Alex Eisner (W) 120 1. Alex Cullen (W) 2. Justin Grassmeyer (GC) 3. Nicholas Qualls (S) 4. Dorian Baker (Cane Bay) 126 1. Ross Johnson (S) 2. Phillip Fee (WA) 3. Ryan Sarine (GC) 4. Jake Hudson (CB) 132 1. Ben Crutchfield (W) 2. Paul McKeever (CB) 3. Chris Theriot (GC) 4. Cody Ward-Stewart (S) 138 1. Kemp Shider (S) 2. Jarett Dicken (GC) 3. Rob McAdams (W) 4. Chris Smith (WA) 145 1. Eddie Brookshire (CB) 2. Billy Ackerman (S) 3. Joey Paragano (W) 4. Frank Arnold (GC) 152 1. Christian Rubin (GC) 2. Tyler Farr (CB) 3. Tyler Egonut (W) 4. Frankie Ihnken (WA) 160 1. Caleb Rubin (GC) 2. Jeremy Petit (W) 3. Michael Green (CB) 4. JD Harrelson (S) 170 1. Brandon Robinson (W) 2. Matt Davies (CB) 3. Avery Legette (S) 4. Chris Mendez (GC) 182 1. TJ Deveaux (S) 2. Ryan Williams (W) 3. Travae Hines (GC) 4. JaQuan Galant (WA) 195 1. Matt Rudy (CB) 2. Mason Palmer (GC) 3. Zola Davis (W) 4. Sherman Brown-Hills (S) 220 1. Lee Russell (WA) 2. Hunter Allen (W) 3. Eddie Felkel (CB) 4. Moises Gallegos (GC) 285 1. Daniel Dees (S) 2. Love Scott (W) 3. Evan Ullery (GC) 4. Nick Harper (CB)
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