February 1, 2015
No.1 Falcons top No. 2 Hanover in tri-meet
Photos/Debora Johnson Franklin
Fauquier's Caleb Strum took a 13-2 major decision over Reggie Mouton in the 145-pound class. The Falcons won their tri-meet Saturday to conclude its regular season. Fauquier hosts the Conference 22 tournament Saturday.
By Chuck Jackson
Photos by Debora Johnson Franklin
Kyle Roche won a 7-5 decision over Forest Park's Jaquon Evans.
Seven Fauquier wrestlers went 2-0 Saturday as the Falcons wrapped up their regular season with wins over Hanover and Forest Park.
Fauquier beat Hanover 37-25 and host Forest Park, 67-9.
Currently ranked third in the state among all wrestling programs, the Falcons rank first among 4A schools.
Hanover, ranked second in 4A, will defend its state championship title later this month in Salem.
Forest Park, located in Woodbridge, has a 19th-place ranking in Group 6A.
Caleb Strum (145) led Fauquier with a major and technical fall in his two bouts.
“Caleb did a great job once again stepping in at 145,” Coach Doug Fisher said.
Matt Raines (138) anchored the team, earning two pins.
Clifford Harrison (170) and Vito Camarca (182) won multiple pins too.
“We had several of our heavyweights wrestled up in weight and still performed well,” Coach Fisher said. “Guys like Clifford, Vito and Andrew Smith (1-1, 220).
Kyle Roche (132) took a 3-1 overtime decision in his bout with Hanover’s Nick Brown. He finished Jaquon Evans from Forest Park, 7-5.
“Kyle beat two really good wrestlers,” Coach Fisher said. “The Hanover kid is ranked higher in the state and beat Kyle earlier this season. Evans is one of the better wrestlers from Forest Park.”
Senior Daniel Ariola (120) won by pin and decision and Ty Foster (113) won by pin and a forfeit.
Kyle Budd went 1-1 on the day, beating Forest Park’s Jonnathon Binoya in a 17-0 technical fall. He lost a 5-3 decision to Hanover’s Gray Hart.
Last year, Hart finished a state finalist.
Garrett Tingen (160) finished 1-1, losing a rare bout to Hanover’s Corbin Allen.
But the story behind the story tells a lot about the Falcon wrestler.
Allen, a University of Virginia recruit and a top-10 U.S. wrestler, lost via a pin earlier this season to Tingen.
Tables turned Saturday. Allen earned a 6-0 decision.
“I bumped Garrett up a class so he could wrestle Allen,” Coach Fisher said. “He did a good job.”
Fauquier hosts the Conference 22 championship Saturday, in Warrenton.
Fauquier defeated Hanover, 37-25
Kyle Budd lost 5-3 to Gray Hart
Tyler (Ty) Foster won by pin over Huffman Aaron
Daniel Ariola won 6-3 decision over David Hoover
Camden Franklin lost by pin to Ryan Gregory
Kyle Roche won 3-1 OT decision over Nick Brown
Matt Raines won by pin over Kyle Bohannon
Caleb Strum won 13-2 major decision over Reggie Mouton
Trevor Marable won 3-2 OT decision over Daniel Gray
Garrett Tingen lost 5-0 decision to Corbin Allen
Clifford Harrison won by pin over Jonathan Glore
Vito Camarca won by pin over Joe Franklin
Eric Lemus lost by pin to TJ Allen
Andrew Smith lost 9-0 major decision to Ryan Lacey
Thomas Palmer lost 1-0 decision to Aaron Gallagher
Fauquier defeated Forest Park 67-9
Kyle Budd won 17-0 technical fall over Jonnathon Binoya
Tyler (Ty) Foster won by forfeit
Daniel Ariola won by pin over Connor Underwood
Camden Franklin won by pin over Benjamin Lloyd
Kyle Roche won 7-5 decision over Jaquon Evans
Matt Raines won by pin over Jacar Baldwin
Caleb Strum won 18-2 Technical fall over Adrian Gore
Trevor Marable lost 5-2 decision to Christian Kingett
Garrett Tingen won 11-1 major decision over Thomas Ridar
Clifford Harrison won by pin over Dustin Gustafson
Vito Camarca won by pin over Trey Alderman
Eric Lemus lost by pin to Nick Newbold
Andrew Smith won by pin over Damion McRae
Thomas Palmer won by pin over Da`Shon Bryant
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