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January 10. 2014 11:51PM

City wrestling tourney today

Manchester Central goes for a fifth straight Manchester city Wrestling Tournament title Saturday at 2 p.m. at Memorial High.
Admission is free.
Central is led by senior captains and twins Kyle and Keaton Peterson, fresh off their 10th career victories, and defending state champion and undefeated Azalkhan Sarvalov, who is 19-0 on the season after winning the Lowell (Mass.) holiday tournament.
Senior Dylan wyman (22-5) will be a favorite at 113 pounds.
Manchester Memorial will be led by senior Tyler Campbell (12-3), who has won the Salem Blue Devil tournament and was a finalist at the Bow Holiday Tournament.
Also leading Memorial will be sophomore standouts Devin Johnson (11-7) at 120 pounds and Clay Legault (11-3) at heavyweight.
Manchester West will be led by junior Adam Briggs at 152 pounds and senior Edgar Hernandez at 220 pounds.


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