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Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Scotia-Glenville secures victory over Amsterdam/Broadalbin-Perth with Robar’s last-minute pin in Section 2 boys’ wrestling

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AMSTERDAM — Thursday night’s Foothills Council boys’ wrestling match between Scotia-Glenville and Amsterdam/Broadalbin-Perth was a thrilling showdown that kept the audience ⁤on the‌ edge of their seats until the very end.

Dominic ⁤Brydie’s impressive second-period pin over Scotia-Glenville’s Zaiden Hempstead in the 170-pound match brought Amsterdam within four points heading into the finale in the 190-pound division —‌ a​ bout⁢ that ⁣could have gone either way.

With the 190-pounders tied in points late in the third period, Ethan Robar was able to secure a pin ‍over Amsterdam’s Mason Earley to clinch the match for Scotia-Glenville, with a final‍ score of 41-31.

Scotia-Glenville also​ earned pinfall victories from ⁤Kaleb Sweeney (215), Luke Orminski (285), Sam Watson​ (152) and Lyndon Barber (160). Tanner Knaggs (138) put together an 18-3 technical fall win for the Tartans ⁢as well.

Amsterdam/Broadalbin-Perth had ⁤their own ⁢standout performances, with Breyana Montalvo⁢ picking ⁤up a second-period pin​ in the 116-pound match, Messiah Grant earning a 13-5 major decision, and Hayden Shutts rallying ⁢to‍ win a last-second ⁣11-10 decision in the 145-pound match.

The match was filled with excitement and showcased the incredible talent and⁤ determination of⁢ the young‌ wrestlers from both ​teams.

215: Sweeney (SG) def.‍ Gasner, fall (2:59); 285: Orminski (SG) def.⁢ Martinez Jr., ⁣fall (4:50); 101: Rivera ‌(A), forfeit; 108: Rodriguez⁢ (A), forfeit; 116: Montalvo (A) def. Proulx, fall (2:32); 124: Grant (A) def. Holt, MD 13-5;‌ 131: Majewski (SG), forfeit; 138: Knaggs (SG) ​def. Muniz, TF 19-4; 145: ‌ Shutts (A) def. ⁤Zinzow, DEC 11-10; 152: ‍Watson (SG) def. Pepper, fall (5:03); ‌ 160: Barber (SG) def. Valencia, fall‌ (1:32); 170: Brydie (A) def. Hempstead, fall (3:27); 190: Robar‌ (SG) ​def. Earley, fall⁢ (5:49).

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Jack Sullivan
Jack Sullivan
Jack Sullivan, an informed and passionate sports reporter, is a former college athlete with a degree in Sports Communication from Ithaca College. Go Bombers!
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3 COMMENTS

  1. #Disagree That’s an impressive win for Scotia-Glenville! Robar’s last-minute pin truly sealed the victory for them against tough competition. Well done!

  2. Great job, Scotia-Glenville! Robar’s last-minute pin was a game-changer in an intense match against Amsterdam/Broadalbin-Perth. Incredible performance by the entire team! #Agree

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