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January 03. 2014 11:14PM

Londonderry wrestlers fifth at Lowell tourney

The Londonderry wrestling team took fifth at the recent Lowell Holiday Wrestling tournament. Seventy-two schools and 800 wrestlers participating in the tourney.

The Lancers were led by Jean-Luc Lemieux, who won the title at 132 pounds. Londonderry had five wrestlers in the final matches of the tournament, earning All American status. Placing third for the Lancers were Will Bean (160 pounds) and Kyle Byrd (170), Richard Bilodeau placed fourth (195) and Sebastian Rozczencko was eighth (182).

Lowell Holiday tourney

Londonderry results

106: Tyler Byrd won by pin over Andy Richard (Linclon-Sudbury) 0:23; lost to Kevin Morris (Tyngsboro), 4-1; won by pin over Jon Jones (Beverly), 3:38; won by tech fall over Nate Dykstra (Andover) 0:00 16-1; won by forfeit over Zach Lackmany (Dracut); lost to Calvin Call (Mt. Anthony Vt.) in a decision, 9-4.

113: Ryan Cabezas was pinned by Casey Abshire (Lowell), 3:25; won by pin over Justin Kasilowski (Greater Lowell), 1:23; won by pin over Kevin Nigro (Burlington), 2:52; lost to Shayne McCann (Pinkerton), 8-1.

120: Mitch Rose won by major decision over Nick Gamacho (Woburn), 11-3; won by tech fall over Peter Goulet (Dracut) 0:00 15-0; won by tech fall over Peter Goulet (Dracut) 0:00 15-0; was pinned by Troy Gassaway (Mt. Anthony Vt.), 2:19; lost a decision to Jordan Darby (Winchester), 5-2.

132: Jean-Luc Lemieux won by major decision over Brandon Layton (Stoughton), 8-0; won by decision over Jullio Escotto (Lowell) 6-0; won by pin over James Dagasse (St. Johnsbury Vt.) 4:22; won by pin over Jake Durkin (Triton) 1:37; won by decision over Dylan LaFountain (Mt. Anthony Vt.) 5-0.

138: Kam Lynch was pinned by Aaron Amitrano (Exeter.West Greenwich, R.I.) 0:59; lost a decision to Matt Madina (Stoughton), 9-4.

145: Jake Barr won by major decision over Terry Zervos (John Stark), 11-0; was pinned by Josh Merrifield (Shawsheen Tech) 0:00; was pinned by Colin Brady (Franklin, Mass.), 2:45.

152: Jon Young won by pin over Antonio Difronzo (Melrose) 1:15; won by pin over Reed Wentworth (Windham) 0:45; won by pin over John Sweeney (Nashua North) 2:07.

160: Will Bean won by pin over Jack Harrington (Pelham) 0:54; won by pin over Jonathan Carrigan (Winnacunnet) 1:31; won by forfeit over Mike Tylko (Linclon-Sudbury); won by injury default over Tyler Wilson (Pinkerton) 0:00; was pinned by Andrew Labrie (Exeter-West Greenwich), 4:45; won by decision over Patrick Sands (Bishop Guertin), 4-0; won by decision over Brian Lonergan (Timberlane). 6-4.

170: Kyle Byrd won by pin over Brandon Duffy (Foxborough, Mass.) 1:17; won by pin over Ben Jones (Wayland) 1:40; won by decision over Richard Mills (Winnisquam) 7-1; lost a decision to Brad Drover (North Andover), 3-1; won by major decision over Kyle McQuaide (Chelmsford), 11-3; won by decision over Tom Wilber (Beverly), 7-0; won by decision over Nick Hoar (Shawsheen Tech), 7-0; won by decision over Dominic Liquiori (Westfield), 8-5.

182: Sebastian Roszczenko won by pin over Kevin Isaza (BC High) 1:33; won by decision over Tyler Brace (Goffstown) 8-2; won by decision over Thomas Gleason (Pelham), 11-4; lost a decision to Austin Price (Mt. Anthony Vt.), 3-0; won by decision over Ryan Ricard (Franklin, Mass.) 4-1; lost a decision to Mike Bentley (Woburn), 9-5; lost a decision to Jaycee Hebert (Dracut), 5-2.

195: Richard Bilodeau won by decision over Dan Donavan (Tewksbury) 8-2; won by decision over Mitch Laferriere (BC High) 6-0; was pinned by Joseph Chimelski (Nashua North), 1:14; won by pin over Nick Blais (Agawam) 2:47; won by decision over Tom Cove (Chelmsford) 6-0; won by decision over Walters Ndi (Concord) 8-7; lost a decision to Jordan Faulkner (Haverhill), 4-3.

220: Mahdi Achab won by pin over Alexander Christie (Concord) 2:00; was pinned by Christopher Dube (Nashua South), 4:48; won by pin over Dante Rossetti (BC High) 0:27; was pinned by Andy Delacruzse, 0:41.

285: Tim Wilson won by pin over Jack Brady (Westford Academy) 2:12; lost a decision to Emilo Eldekash (Chelmsford), 7-0; won by forfeit over Deene Hill (Pinkerton); was pinned by Zach Zahiri (Shawsheen Tech), 2:20.


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