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Wrestling Team Falls Muskingum, 33-10

Wrestling Team Falls Muskingum, 33-10

NEW CONCORD, OHIO --  The Baldwin-Wallace College wrestling team falls host Muskingum University, 33-10, in an Ohio Athletic Conference dual match tonight (Tuesday, February 7, 2012) in the John Glenn Performance Center.

With this loss, B-W is now 1-3 overall and 0-3 in the OAC. With its victory, Muskingum is now 2-7 overall, and 1-2 in the OAC.

The Yellow Jackets were led by, freshman 184-pounder Tyler Blaine (Worthington/Kilbourne) who pinned his opponent in a time of 3:54. Blaine is now 7-4 on the season.

Along with Blaine, senior 133-pounder Jeremy Dombrady (Copley)won by a major decision with a score of 9-1. Dombrady is now 3-2 wrestling at 133 pounds.

B-W is back in action on Tuesday, February 14 when it will travel to Tiffin to face Heidelberg University in an Ohio Athletic Conference dual match in the Seiberling Gymnasium at 7:30 p.m.   The next and final home match is on Thursday, February 16 when B-W hosts the University of Mount Union in the Rudolph Ursprung Gymnasium in the Lou Higgins Center at 7:30 p.m.

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B-W versus Muskingum Wrestling Agate Results:

FINAL SCORE:  Baldwin-Wallace --10 , Muskingum -- 33

FINAL RESULTS125 pounds: no match; 133 pounds:  Jeremy Dombrady (B-W)  maj. dec. Patrick McKernan, 9-1; 141 pounds:  Brock Yackey (MU) win by forfeit; 149 pounds: Kenny Poland (MU) win by forfeit; 157 pounds:  Michael Frasure (MU) dec. Alex Cahill, 6-0; 165 pounds:  Ronnie Hepner (MU) win by forfeit; 174 pounds: Mitch King (MU) win by forfeit; 184 pounds: Tyler Blaine (B-W) pin Tre Martin, 3:54; 197 pounds: Lucas Weber (MU dec. Joe Georgian, 9-7 (OT); 285 pounds:  Brian Barnhart (MU) dec. Pete Meadows (B-W), 5-1