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January 10, 2015

Falcons go 1-1 in first day action at Virginia Duals

Fauquier’s wrestling team is going head-to-head with the big boys this weekend. at the 35th-annual Virginia Duals, in Hampton.

Curently ranked third in Virginia and first among Group 4A schools, the Falcons finished Friday 1-1.

They’re wrestling in the top-tiered National bracket, one of three 16-team divisions in the two-day tournament held at the Hampton Coliseum.

They’re set to take on the 30th best team in the country – New Jersey’s Don Bosco Prep – this morning at the Hampton Coliseum.

A win and Fauquier continues in the tournament. A loss and the team heads home.

The Falcons dropped their first match Friday, 31-30, to South Plainfield, after losing the tie-breaker to the New Jersey entry.

Daniel Ariola (120), Matt Raines (138), Clifford Harrison (160) and Andrew Smith (195) all won via decisions.

Ty Foster (113) and Garrett Tingen (152) won falls.

Dropped to the consolation round after the first-round loss, the Falcons scored a 33-30 win over Pine-Richland, of Pennsylvania.

Ariola, Kyle Roach (132) and Franco Camarca (145) all took major decisions while Thomas Palmer (220) won via a decision.

Trevor Marable and Tingen scored falls and Raines took a forfeit.

Continued coverage and a complete wrap up will follow, as results become known.
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