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January 12. 2014 10:09PM

Londonderry wrestlers top NH entry in Merrimack tourney

The Londonderry High wrestling team was tops among New Hampshire teams, second overall, at Saturday’s Merrimack Hall of Fame Tournament. The Lancers scored 200 points, 12 behind champ Fairfield (Conn.) Warde High.

Ten Lancers placed. First place honors went to Richard Bilodeau (195), Jon Young (152), Jean-Luc Lemieux (132) and Tyler Byrd (106).

Londonderry results

106 — Tyler Byrd (3-0): pinned Denver Dorsainvil (Westhill, Conn.), 0:19; won by decision over Tristan Stetson (Keene), 5-1; won by decision over Danial Bliss (Mount Mansfield, Vt.), 6-2.
106 — Andrew Chase (1-2): lost a major decision to Jack Price (Warde), 11-3; pinned Kendall Goodwin (Coe-Brown), 1:27; lost a decision to Tristan Stetson (Keene), 3-2.
113 — Samy Achab (0-2): was pinned by Tim Kane (Warde); lost a major decision to Issac Luke (Nashoba, Mass.),11-1.
113 — Caleb Moscoso (1-2) : won by decision over Issac Luke (Nashoba) 5-4; was pinned by Tim Kane (Warde), 1:39; lost a decision to Braden Boulet (Salem), 7-2.
120 — Mitch Rose (2-1):pinned Jack Anderson (Warde), 0:52; pinned Matt Conte (Westhill), 3:33; lost a major decision to Ben Bliss (Mount Mansfield), 18-9.
132 — Jean-Luc Lemieux (3-0): pinned Connor O`Neill (Salem), 4:16; pinned Trevor St. Laurent (Spaulding), 3:05; won by decision over James Kilgo (Nashoba), 6-1.
138 — Kam Lynch (2-2): lost a major decision to Mikey Remington (Spaulding), 10-2; won by decision over Bryce Chouinard (Merrimack), 8-1; pinned Cody Bachand (Merrimack), 1:22; was pinned by Josh Hodson (Nashoba), 0:51.
145 — Jake Barr (2-1): won by decision over Chris Mazur (Westhill), 8-4; won by decision over Phill Neamontis (Warde), 6-5; was pinned by Roman Ball (Nashoba), 1:11.
152 — Jon Young (3-0): pinned Mike Pelligrino (Warde) 1:11; pinned Chris Fernandes (Salem), 0:33; won by major decision over Anthony Rotz (Warde), 8-0.
160 — Will Bean (3-1): pinned Mackenzie Rogers (Nashoba) 0:33; lost a decision to Mischa Hoffman (Monadnock), 12-5; pinned Yoyanny Goris, 1:42; pinned Elias August (Keene), 1:30.
170 — Kyle Byrd (2-1): pinned David Cailler (Alvirne) 1:46; pinned Mike Sheets (Warde), 3:14; lost a decision to Martin Chobanyan (Westhill), 10-4.
182 — Sebastian Roszczenko (2-1): was pinned by Matthew Winchester (Keene), 1:59; won by decision over Joshua Tevepaugh (Merrimack), 4-1; pinned Issac Chevron (Westhill), 2:11.
195 — Richard Bilodeau (3-0): won by injury default over John Bartose (Salem) 0:00; won by major decision over Ed Quill (Nashoba), 12-2; won by decision over John Sirois (Mount Mansfield), 3-0.
220 — Mahdi Achab (4-1): pinned Jared Reynolds (Bow) 1:43; pinned David Diaz (Nashoba), 1:45; lost a decision to Lucas Gardenour (Merrimack), 7-2; pinned Mike Poulin (Salem) 5:20’ pinned Jordi Proskintopoulos (Warde), 2:03.

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