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Trigg's Stevens 2-0 After First Day of State Wrestling Meet
by Scott Brown,posted Feb 22 2014 12:17AM
Trigg County’s Aaron Stevens is still alive after winning his first two matches Friday at the Kentucky State Wrestling Tournament in Lexington. Christian County had wrestlers go unbeaten Friday, Hopkinsville had two, and Fort Campbell one.
In the 195-pound class, Stevens defeated Simon Kenton’s Alan Cehrs with a fall at 2:57. In round two, he decisioned St. Xavier’s Elijah Allgeier 4-2. He faces Boyle County’s Jake Fooks.
Christian County’s Kajwan Major went 0-2 in his matches in the weight class.
At 132, Hopkinsville’s Connor Jaschen won his two matches Friday, both by falls. He will wrestle Johnson Central’s Blake Gamble today.
At 145, Christian County’s Kevi Matlock won his first two matches fairly easily and will wrestle Louisville Trinity’s Ian Kahl today.
Trigg County’s Ryan Gallogly lost his opening round match but rebounded to pin his opponent in the consolation round before bowing out in round three.
At 152, Hopkinsville’s Robert Bussell won his two opening round matches easily and has advanced to round three today where he will face St. Xavier’s Justin Lampe.
Caldwell County’s Kegan Agnew won his opener before falling in round two. He was eliminated in the consolation round.
Christian County’s Kobe Perry lost his opener and went 1-1 in the consolation round.
At 160, Christian County’s Kenneth Sells won his opening day matches and advanced to round three where he will face St. Xavier’s Dominic Lampe.
Hopkinsville’s Nate Williams is still alive in the consolation bracket after going 2-1 on the day.
At 170, both Isaiah Lawson of Hopkinsville and Fort Campbell’s Ki Ryder are alive in the main bracket after 2-0 starts. Lawson will wrestle Southern’s Caleb Barrett today, while Ryder will face Madison Central’s Stephen Savage.
Christian County’s Xavier Pate is still alive after dropping his second match and winning his consolation opener.
At 106, Fort Campbell’s Luis Regalado won his first match with a fall before falling to LaRue County’s Dalton Bell in round two. Regalado is still alive after winning in the consolation bracket and must win two more matches to advance to no worse than the 7th place match.
Trigg County’s Devonta Turner lost his first match but rebounded to win his second before being eliminated by Ohio County’s Kaleb Sapp.
At 113, Christian County’s Froilan Agolto went 1-2 on the day and was eliminated in the consolation bracket.
At 120, both Caldwell County’s Dylan Gray and University Heights Academy’s Daniel Dyess lost their openers. Both won their opening match in the consolation round but were eliminated in round three.
At 126, both Chance Collins of UHA and Christian County’s Caleb Austin won their opening match but fell in round two. They both won their consolation matches and are still alive needing to win two matches to finish no worse than eighth place. Hopkinsville’s Sam Yates also competed in the weight class and lost his two matches.
At 138, Fort Campbell’s Brian Hedrick and Caldwell County’s Chris Gilkey won their opening round matches before losing in round two. Both are still alive after winning their first consolation bracket match and need to win twice to finish no worse than eighth place.
Christian County eighth grader Diion Leavell competed in the weight class and lost his two matches.
At 182, Christian County’s Jacob Harris, Fort Campbell’s Gino Haywood, and Hopkinsville’s Mario Miles all won their openers but dropped to the consolation bracket with round two losses.
Miles and Haywood are still alive, while Harris was eliminated.
At 220, Christian County’s Tevin Toler and Fort Campbell’s A.J. Ogburn both lost their openers. Toler bowed out in the consolation opener, while Ogburn went 1-2.
At 285, Fort Campbell’s Jake Jorstad is still alive after going 2-1 on the day.