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Wrestling: LWC wins Battle of Highway 55

Campbellsville, KY - The No. 15-ranked Lindsey Wilson wrestling team used a late push to win the Battle of Highway 55, defeating No. 10 Campbellsville University 31-11 at the Campbellsville Wrestling Facility.

Neither team could pull away early as Lindsey Wilson led by just one point after six matches. The Blue Raiders went on to win the final four matches and claim their third Mid-South Conference victory of the season. Lindsey Wilson picked up three pins, four decisions, and earned a point from an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.

Lindsey Wilson 31, Campbellsville 11:
  • 125: Conner Diamond over Izaeah Beavers - 12-5 decision | 3-0 LWC
  • 133: Troy Kennedy over Obi Smith - 12-7 decision | 3-3
  • 141: Marckis Branford over Cole Fort - Fall at 2:42 | 9-3 LWC
  • 149: Dayton Marvel over Trent Johnson - 8-2 decision | 9-6 LWC
  • 157: Will George over Antwuan Burns - 4-3 decision | 12-6 LWC
  • 165: Gavin Smith over Dylan Washburn - 16-0 tech fall at 6:00. | 12-11 LWC
  • 174: Corey Cannan over Brice Parks - Fall at 6:06 | 18-11 LWC
  • 184: Gabe Smith over Kiernan Sherwood - 3-2 decision | 21-11 LWC
  • 197: Isaiah Reinert over Samuel Hatcher - Fall at 0:49 | 27-11 LWC
  • 285: Carlos Figueroa over Jaden Sonner - 5-0 decision | 30-11
  • unsportsman | 31-11 LWC
Lindsey Wilson returns to the mat on Jan. 28 when they host the Blue Raider Open at the Holloway Center.

This story was posted on 2023-01-25 07:08:08
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