10 Years Straight
January 22, 2009

Cols prevail over Hoptown,UHA

BY JOE WILSON

NEW ERA SPORTS EDITOR

The Christian County

Colonels took advantage of

a full squad to sweep a pair

of dual wrestling matches

with University Heights

Academy and Hopkinsville

Tuesday night in Colonel

Gym.

The Colonels won four of

six matches against the

Tigers and won the match

69-12.

Jeremy Burnham, Jeron

Trice, Mark Payne and

Houston Croney earned

victories in the match.

Hopkinsville s Darrick

Dillard won at 189 pounds

with a pin of Darius Bell

and Joseph Weigold won his

match at 160 pounds over

DQ Fryerson.

This marks the 10th

straight year that we have

defeated the Tigers in dual

meet action, Christian

County coach Robert Burnham

said.

The Colonels also made

short work of the Blazers

60-12.

UHAs Wade Willen

pinned Jeremy Burnham at

4:34 and the Blazers Gerod

Huggins defeated Terry

Cansler by fall in 2:25 in

their 130-pound match.

The Colonel wins were by

Robert Geralds 9-8 over

Daniel Urban at 145 pounds

and Antwan Henderson 5-4

over Brandon Borneman at

160 pounds.

Hopkinsville took two of

three matches against UHA

in their dual meet, which

lasted less than 15 minutes.

Hopkinsville s Tyler Martin

defeated Huggins by fall

in 3:40 in a 130-pound

match. Chad Jordan defeated

Borneman 9-2 at 160

pounds.

For the Blazers, Willen

pinned Hoptown s Connor

Jaschen in 19 seconds at 103

pounds.

Christian County returns

to action at the Region 1 duals

Saturday in Princeton

and UHA travels to the

North Hardin Invitational

on Saturday.

JOE WILSON can be reached by telephone at

887-3260 or by e-mail at jwilson@kentuckynewera.

com.

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10 Years Straight
January 22, 2009

Cols prevail over Hoptown,UHA

BY JOE WILSON

NEW ERA SPORTS EDITOR

The Christian County

Colonels took advantage of

a full squad to sweep a pair

of dual wrestling matches

with University Heights

Academy and...

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