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Thursday September 3rd, 2015 1:12PM

Wrestling: West Hall wins three of five matches on Saturday

By staff
OAKWOOD -- The West Hall wrestling team went 3-2 on Saturday in a five-team meet in Oakwood.

The Spartans edged Perry 42-37 and dominated Sequoyah, 51-19, and Stephenson 66-18. West Hall also fell to Chattahoochee 57-24 and Greater Atlanta Christian 42-36.

Elliott Raiford, Israel Salas (four pins) and Eric Camacho each finished the day 5-0 for West Hall.
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