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Winslow wrestlers edge Flagstaff for 39-36 win
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WINSLOW, Ariz. - The Winslow Bulldogs wrestling team won a very close dual meet over the Flagstaff Eagles 39-36 at Winslow Jan. 22. The lead changed hands throughout the night and the match was so close that the team winner was not decided until the final pairing of the night.

The Bulldogs got off to a good start in the 106-pound contest when Blane Foster pinned Flagstaff's Ian Schwartz. Flagstaff won the 113-pound contest on a forfeit win by Isaac Schwartz. The Eagles took the 120-pound match when Wyatt Bauman won a 4-0 decision over Brayden Garcia of Winslow. In the 126-pound match Wyatt Nez of Flagstaff pinned Andrew Kendall of Winslow.

The Bulldogs got back to winning in the 132-pound match when Daniel Lopez pinned Ethan Larson of Flagstaff. The 138-pound match went to Flagstaff when Tom Tyburczy pinned Winslow's Chad Edgmon. Kellen Campbell of Winslow won the 145-pound match by forfeit. In the 152-pound match James Martinez of Winslow won a 3-1 decision over Corbin Praet of Flagstaff. In the 160-pound match Cody Castro of Flagstaff pinned Preston Greenwood of Winslow.

Jace Hardy got Winslow back to winning when he pinned Paul Evtimov of Flagstaff to win the 170-pound match. Quentin Begody of Winslow won the 182-pound match by a forfeit. In the 195-pound match Joshua Castro of Flagstaff won a 3-0 decision over Jacob Huddleston of Winslow.

Flagstaff took the lead in the match when Colton Fordyce pinned Winslow's Trey Hardy in the 220-pound match. Winslow won the 285-pound match and the dual meet when Jade Chischillie pinned Trey Solis of Flagstaff.

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