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ISMS grapplers handed first loss

February 22, 2013

DECATUR — Indian Springs Middle School’s wrestling team suffered its first loss of the season Thursday night at Bellmont. The Eagles lost to the undefeated Braves, 47-38.

Despited the loss, AJ Chapin got ISMS off to a good start with a victory by pin.

The win was followed up with another victory by Braden Baker.

The next ISMS wrestler to record a victory was Seth Rosen in the 132-pound class. Rosen won by pin.

In the 150-pound weight class, Jacob Morse was able to pin his opponent.

In the 175-pound class, Mydrae Brown won via forfeit.

In the 195-pound class, both teams had to double forfeit.

With two matches left, ISMS had a shot at victory, but was unable to capitalize on the opportunity.

Weston Ottinger was able to close the match with a pinfall victory.
Picking up the lone victory in the J.V. match was Trey Wolfe.

ISMS will travel to Huntington Saturday to compete in the Crestview Invitational.

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