Wrestling notebook: Dover notches 5 wins in busy weekend at Spartan Duals

It was a busy weekend for the Dover High wrestling team, but the Senators added five wins to their total when it was all over.

Dover won the Spartan Duals, hosted by Lake Forest High, one of the many tournaments or invitational local teams participated in this past weekend.

The Senators topped the six-team field with a 5-0 record. Their closest margin of victory was a 57-24 result over Polytech.

Dover 106-pounder Anthony Glass won all five of his matches, including four by pin. Tykwan Joyner (126), Richard Fonticiella (132), Raeshawn Alexander (138/145) and Tyshaun Cole (152) also went 5-0 in the tournament.

Hugo Harp, a 220-pounder, tied Glass for most pins in the tournament with four.

Dover improved to 9-3 overall. The Senators also posted wins over Lake Forest, Woodbridge, William Penn and Annapolis, Md.

Polytech defeated the two other Henlopen Conference teams at the tournament with a 40-39 win over Lake Forest and a 48-24 victory against Woodbridge.
The Panthers were led by Avery Mayan (160) and Evan Harris who each recorded pins in all of their matches.

Woodbridge edged Lake Forest 39-37 in the other matchup between Henlopen Conference teams.

CR, Central shine at shore

Caesar Rodney finished third at the War at the Shore tournament hosted by Stephen Decatur, Md. this weekend.

Milford also competed in the tournament and was 11th of 24 teams.

Cam Hayes of Caesar Rodney captured the 126-pound title with a major-decision in the final. His teammate Jackson Dean was the 138-pound champion winning via decision.

Milford’s Robbie Rosser finished second at 120 while Rashad Stratton was the highest-finishing Sussex Central wrestler with a second-place finish at 132.

Smyrna wins one in Virginia

Smyrna earned a victory in three matches at the Virginia Duals hosted at the Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Va.

The Eagles’ lone win came over Woodbridge, Va. 66-9. They suffered a narrow 34-31 to Independence in the first contest while falling 47-21 to St. Augustine Prep in the third.

Tony Wuest (195) won all three of his matches and recorded a pair of pins. Dakota Kerr (170) and Hunter Moyer (220) also went undefeated at the tournament.

Henlopen teams rule at Glasgow

Laurel took first place at the Glasgow Invitational on Saturday while two other Henlopen Conference teams finished in the top-four.

Laurel topped the field with a total of 301 points, well ahead of second-place Delmar who scored 152. Seaford tallied 125 for fourth in the 17-team field.

The Bulldogs also won eight of the 14 weight classes. Their champions were Isaiah Jenkins (126), Woo Fosque (132), Gabriel Degraffinreed (138), Jamir Townsend (160), Dalton Perdue (170), Rae-Mier DeShields (182), Jailon Gillespie (195) and Michael Handy (220).

Isaac O’Neal (106) and Jamel Copes (120) won their brackets for Delmar.

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