By Cody Thorn
EULESS – Arlington James Martin Excessive College dominated the Trojan Traditional wrestling match this weekend on the Murray Exercise Heart at Euless Trinity Excessive College.
The Warriors superior to the finals in 9 weight courses and scored 346 factors — greater than the next two groups mixed: Cypress Ranch (166 1/2) and Midlothian (164).
“(Saturday) was an amazing day for our success,” Martin’s 157-pounder Julius Alfaro stated. “We work laborious within the gymnasium and we work laborious exterior the gymnasium.”
Alfaro went 5-0 and received all of them by pins, together with one towards Frisco Liberty’s James-Ethan Harris within the third interval.
The Warriors received three straight titles from 113 to 126.
Isaac Arevalo (113) received 1-0 towards Fort Value All Saints Episcopal within the finals. River Perlungher adopted with an 11-1 main choice over Arlington Mirabeau B. Lamar’s Sean Fearance. Shawn Ryncarz posted a 16-1 TKO over Frisco Reedy’s Max Villasan within the 126 closing.
The fighters added titles at 144 and 165 — each by main choice.
Julian Garnica received 11-3 over Keller’s Jack Snyder at 144, and Ibrahim Ahmed (165) received 10-2 over Justin Northwestern’s Nate Jin.
Midlothian was the one different crew with a number of championships with Carson Tompkins (190) and Eli Biermann (132).
Tompkins pinned Martin’s Ryan Rainey in 1:24, and Biermann wanted 59 seconds to pin Cypress Ranch’s Kooper Good.
“Getting into, I knew that was my sport plan,” Bierman stated. “This is a prize for probably the most pins within the least period of time. I got here near it final 12 months, however this 12 months I needed to work laborious for it.”
Biermann had 5 pins, none of which went into the second spherical, and his longest was three in 1:23 – lower than a minute.
Within the women match, the host Trojans received the crew title with 143 factors. Justin Northwest was second with 136 factors, and Allen and Cypress Ranch have been third with 117 factors.
Martin and Allen have been the one faculties with a number of champions.
Grace Romans (100), Jasmine Robinson (152) and Esther Peters (235) have been first for the Eagles.
Romans, a freshman, improved to 25-0 with a 6-4 win over South Grand Prairie’s Arianna Rodriguez within the finals. Peters improved to 22-0 and completed with a pin towards Plano’s Rylei Davis within the championship bout. Robinson (22-1) went 4-0 with all pins and ended with a fall towards Burleson Centennial’s Bailey Ford.
Martin received back-to-back finals over Jania Dunigan (132) and Dulce Bocanegra (138). Each have been shut matches with Dunigan profitable 4-3 towards Fort Value Nation Day College’s Jayda Fulp and Bocanegra needing an 8-6 time beyond regulation win towards Prosper’s Ashly Vogelpohl.
Different boys closing outcomes:
106: Xavier Duran, South Grand Prairie d. Johnlan Alexander, Midlothian, dec. 11-8
138: Cohen Coffman, Cypress Ranch b. Jaden Machada, Lancaster, pin 4:39
150: Gavin Ramos, El Paso Montwood, b. Finn Shepard, Arlington Martin, dec. 6-5
175: Cortilius Vann, Frisco Heritage, b. Robbie Rocha, Arlington Martin, dec. 11-5
215: Ethan Anderson, Cy-Truthful, b. Charles Reitz, Justin Northwest, dec. 9-3
285: Andrew Suarez, Plano, d. Jordan Taylor, Frisco Heritage, pin 1:45
Different women’ closing outcomes:
107: Ivory Truitt, Grapevine, b. Kylie Wooden, Rockwall, 4-2 OT
114: Megan Edwards, Rockwall, d. Taylor Clapp, Frisco Liberty, pin 1:19
120: Alyssa Ruiz, Trophy Membership Byron Nelson d. Ileah Brown, Lewisville, pin 1:46
126: Olivia Moreno, Austin James Bowie d. Mariah Smith, Cypress Ranch, pin 1:29
145: Azana King, Euless Trinity, b. Brijatte Garcia, Burleson Centennial, dec. 4-0
165: Madeline Hodges, Midlothian, b. Taylashia Sims, Arlington Seguin, pin 0:56
185: Religion Macharia, Keller Central, d. Trinity Washko, Justin Northwest, dec. 3-1