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January 12. 2014 12:11AM

Central captures city wrestling championship again


Manchester Memorial's Justin L'Heurax. top, grapples with Manchester West's Edgar Hernandez in their 220lbs bout at the Queen City Wrestling Championship hosted at Memorial High School Saturday. L'Heurax won 10-5. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)

Senior Azalkhan Sarvalov was one of six Manchester Central wrestlers who won two matches and helped Central win Saturday's Queen City Wrestling Tournament for the fifth consecutive season.

The event, which was held at Manchester Memorial High School, featured wrestlers from Central, Memorial and West.

Central beat West 47-24 and defeated Memorial 52-21. Memorial beat West 36-30.

Sarvalov, who won the Division I championship at 145 pounds last season, collected his 99th career victory by beating Memorial's Tyler Cambell 7-0. He'll go for his 100th victory Wednesday at Nashua North.

"His agility is off the charts, and pound for pound he has to be one of the strongest kids in the state," Central coach Jason Cumming said. "Winning this tournament is a big thing. It's bragging rights in the city and it's a huge confidence boost heading into the second half of the season."

Sarvalov raised his record to 21-0 this season by beating Campbell, who won his weight class at the Salem Blue Devil Tournament earlier this season. Campbell was also a finalist at the Bow Holiday Tournament, and the only Memorial wrestler to place and the Lowell (Mass.) Holiday Tournament.

Ali Alarjay (106), Kyle Peterson (152), Gino Otero (160), Keaton Peterson (170/182) and Ibragim Arsakhanov (182) were the other Central wresters who were undefeated.

Memorial had four wrestlers who went 2-0: Clay Legault (heavyweight); Justin L'Heureux (220); Samantha Edwards (172); and Devin Johnson (120). Avery Portinari, who wrestled at the 113-pound class, was the only West wrestler who won twice.



Manchester Central 47

Manchester West 24

106: Ali Alarjay (C) pinned Nicholas Horman 3:56

113: Avery Portinari (W) pinned Ilana Cote 3:18

120: John Peloquin (C) by forfeit

126: No Match Wrestled

132: Dominic Colon (W) dec Tyrus Jubre,y 8-7

138: Tomas Chebook (C) by forfeit

145: Azalkhan Sarvalov (C) pinned Markus Joseph 1:46

152: Kyle Peterson (C) by forfeit

160: Gino Otero (C) injury default over Adam Briggs

170: Keaton Peterson (C) pinned Davie Pena 3:11

182: Ibragim Arsakhanov (C) technical fall Zacharie Lepicier 19-4

195: Chris Hernandez (W) dec Ellis Feliz 5-2

220: Edgar Hernandez (W) pinned John Howard 2:37

285: Samir Caceres (W) pinned Zachary Minch 1:41



Manchester Central 52

Manchester Memorial 21

106: Ali Alarjay (C) by forfeit

113: Ilana Cote (C) by forfeit

120: Devin Johnson (M) dec Dylan Wyman 10-8

126: Tyrus Jubrey (C) by forfeit

132: Samantha Edwards (M) by forfeit

138: AbdulJabbar Al Manadawi (C) by forfeit

145: Azalkhan Sarvalov (C) dec Tyler Campbell 7-0

152: Kyle Peterson (C) by forfeit

160: Gino Otero (C) major decision Joe Remington 10-2

170: Ibragim Arsakhanov (C) by forfeit

182: Keaton Peterson (C) dec Nathan Hall 5-2

195: Ellis Feliz (C) by forfeit

220: Justin L'Heureux (M) pinned John Howard 4:29

285: Clay Legault (M) pinned Zachary Minch 1:27


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