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January 05. 2014 9:36PM

Londonderry wrestlers take tourney in Keene

Paced by first-place finishes by Tyler Byrd (106 pounds), Mitch Rose (120), Jon Young (152), Will Bean (160) and Jean-Luc Lemieux (132), the Londonderry High wrestling team won the Minickiello Invitational at Keene High on Saturday.

Londonderry results

106 — Tyler Byrd (3-0): won by pin over Mark Hoyt (Concord) 3:32; won by tech fall over Kent Dow (Merrimack) 0:00 18-1; won by pin over Tristan Stetson (Keene) 4:40.
106 — Andrew Chase (4-2): won by pin over Ryan White (Athol, Mass.) 1:37; won by pin over Dayton Chandonnet (Campbell) 3:22; lost by tech fall to Tristan Stetson (Keene), 0:00 18-2; won by pin over Bradley Anderson (Newport) 1:26; won by pin over Mark Hoyt (Concord) 3:20; lost by decision to Ashdin Schaefer (Mount Anthony, Vt.), 4-2.
113 — Samy Achab (1-2): won by pin over Emily Cook (White Mountains) 3:29; was pinned by Eric Wall (Conval), 0:53; was pinned by Ethan Reardon (Vergennes Vt.), 0:28.
113 — Caleb Moscoso (3-2): won by pin over Nick Schelberg (Milford) 0:32; won by major decision over Dylan Fletcher (Mount Anthony) 10-1; was pinned by Austin Viens (Bellows Falls Vt.); lost by decision to Nilu Churcharillo (Mount Anthony), 11-9; won by injury default over Decker Merrick (Athol, Mass.) 0:00.
120 — Mitch Rose (3-0): won by pin over Jacob Pickard (Concord) 5:17; won by pin over Nicholas Brooks (Exeter) 5:58; won by decision over Greg Waterbury (Plymouth) 8-2.
126 — Ryan Cabezas (1-2): was pinned by Tyler Sharron (Newport), 4:42; lost by decision to Brandon Simpson (Concord), 5-2; won by pin over Sean Hebert (Merrimack) 4:30.
132 — Jean-Luc Lemieux (4-0): won by tech fall over Quintin Watson (Keene) 0:00 15-0; won by pin over Jack Tremblay (Campbell) 2:36; won by major decision over Alexander Kamau (Concord) 13-0; won by pin over Tyler McCrady (Campbell) 3:53.

138 — Kam Lynch (1-2): was pinned by Steve Cerrone (Bellows Falls, Vt.), 0:43; lost in a major decision to Scott Labbe (Keene), 14-4; won by major decision over Mateo Bertholdt (White Mountains) 15-4.

145 — Colin Reardon (2-3): won by decision over Jacob Rupp (Conval) 9-8; won by pin over Chad Mason (Merrimack) 5:48; was pinned by Nolan Viens (Bellows Falls, Vt.), 0:33; was pinned by Daniel Lawrence (Concord), 4:33; lost by tech fall to Thomas Knizewski (St. Thomas Aquinas), 0:00 15-0.

152 — Jon Young (4-0): won by major decision over Frances Gesel (White Mountains). 16-4; won by pin over Thomas Hamel (Plymouth) 1:07; won by pin over Ian Reilly (Rutland, Vt.) 2:39; won by pin over Patrick Libuda (Bellows Falls, Vt.) 1:09.

160 — Will Bean (4-0): won by pin over Patrick Hennig (Newport) 3:37; won by tech fall over George Horta (Milford) 0:00 16-0; won by major decision over Caleb Cole (Oyster River) 15-5; won by decision over Keagan Peasall (Vergennes, Vt.) 3-2.

170 — Kyle Byrd (3-1): won by pin over Jarod Mutuski (Keene) 3:31; won by pin over D.J. Snide (Bellows Falls) 1:53; won by injury default over Stephen Nix (Newport) 0:00; lost by injury default to Corbin Ferland (Fall Mountain), 0:00.

182 — Sebastian Roszczenko (3-2): won by decision over Ryan Paquin (Vergennes, Vt.) 6-4; won by pin over Samuel Harvey (Campbell) 1:21; was pinned by Matthew Winchester (Keene), 0:55; lost a decision to George Tarwo (Concord), 3-2; won by injury default over Ryan Paquin (Vergennes, Vt.) 0:00.

195 — Richard Bilodeau (2-1): won by pin over Anthony Roberts (Bow) 1:59; won by tech fall over Benjamin Cook (Keene) 0:00 15-0; lost a decision to Walters Ndi (Concord), 5-2.

220 — Mahdi Achab (3-2): won by decision over Michael Killoran (Campbell) 4-2; won by pin over Will Hancock (Exeter) 1:09; lost a decision to Jake Lober (Bellows Falls, Vt.), 11-4; won by decision over Tyshawn Roberts (Concord), 3-2; lost a decision to Aaron Evans (Plymouth), 3-1.

285 — Tim Wilson (4-2): was pinned by Corey Little (Merrimack), 0:47; won by pin over Nicholas Willet (Exeter) 1:06; won by pin over Adam Hayward (Campbell) 1:59; won by tech fall over Jeffrey Hoadley (Concord) 0:00 17-2; won by pin over Sean Zaikowski (Plymouth) 2:20; was pinned by Nick Klaver (Merrimack), 0:41.

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