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Sunday May 3rd, 2015 12:01PM

Wrestling: Chestatee pins West Hall in close match

By staff reports
GAINESVILLE -- Chestatee was able to out-pin West Hall Tuesday in a tough 39-28 win over the Spartans in wrestling action.

The War Eagles got five pins to West Hall's three. Austin Donaldson (126), Christian Zapatera (132), Trevor Comeaux (160), Sebastian Godinez (195), and Joey Meruelo (220) all posted pins for Chestatee.

Robbie Campbell (106), Elliott Raiford (170), and Israel Salas (182) posted wins by pin for West Hall. The Spartans' Eugenio Manilla (113) earned a major decision win.

Chestatee also won two matches by two points or less in the tight match.

Below are the individual results of the match:

Chestatee (CHES) 39.0, West Hall (WEHA) 28.0

106: Robbie Campbell, WEHA, pinned Luke Brown, CHES, 5:15.
113: Eugenio Manilla, WEHA, maj. dec. Jonathan Alcala, CHES, 11-3.
120: Julio Gallegos, WEHA, dec. Gregory Aguilar, CHES, 13-9.
126: Austin Donaldson, CHES, pinned Bailey Reed, WEHA, 3:43.
132: Christian Zapatera, CHES, pinned Arquimides Pacheco, WEHA, 1:05.
138: Marvin Cunningham, CHES, dec. Nakai Hunter, WEHA, 9-2.
145: Austin Hollman, CHES, dec. Tiaan Vlok, WEHA, 4-3.
152: Zachary Cheshire, CHES, dec. Jacob Wilson, WEHA, 6-4.
160: Trevor Comeaux, CHES, pinned Adan Medina, WEHA, 1:52.
170: Elliott Raiford, WEHA, pinned Austin Gean, CHES, 1:50.
182: Israel Salas, WEHA, pinned Isaac Alarcon, CHES, 1:19.
195: Sebastian Godinez, CHES, pinned Anthony Davis, WEHA, 4:31.
220: Joey Meruelo, CHES, pinned Marvin Mejia, WEHA, 1:09.
285: Eric Camacho, WEHA, dec. Mikey Ravan, CHES, 7-1
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