Spartans slam Ingraham in wrestling

  - Image courtesy of Bainbridge High School
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The Bainbridge High varsity wrestlers celebrated their last home meet of the season, and senior night, not with speeches and ceremonies but instead with solid athletic performances and a speedy victory over Ingraham late last week.

The final score was 36-30 Bainbridge.

The match began with double forfeits in the 106-pound and 113-pound classes.

The Rams took the first match as Justin Kyle (120-pound class) of Ingraham pinned Myron Butler of Bainbridge in 5:54.

In the 126-pound class, Jonathan Gallivan of BHS quickly dispatched Jack Langwell with a pin in 53 seconds.

Ingraham won the next two battles, with Liam Kinkead (132-pound class) claiming victory with a pin of Chaney Weaver of BHS in 1:34, and the Rams winning by forfeit in the 138 class.

The Spartans took the next five matches.

Jack Miller (145) pinned Antoine Combs in 1:47.

Dylan Read (152) stopped Richard Hill of Ingraham with a pin at the 3:16 mark.

Joaquin Gurza (160) pinned the Rams' Michael Reyes in 1:26.

Liam Topham claimed a Bainbridge win by forfeit in the 170-pound class.

In the final contest of the night, Mike Grant (182) pinned Kaine Wofford of Ingraham in 1:59.

The Rams closed out the night with forfeit wins by Zander Valterra and Cameron Wild (Ingraham) win by forfeit, in the in the 195- and 220-pound classes, respectively.

The teams double forfeited in the 285-pound class.

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