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Published: Thursday, November 29, 2012, 10:08 p.m.

Prep wrestling: Sultan 39, Monroe 27

At Monroe H.S.
106--Tyler Roufs (S) forfeit; 113--Double forfeit; 120--Matthew Chavez (M) dec. Nicholas Sorgen, 10-5; 126--Christian Pridgeon (M) pinned Miguel Cerna :44; 132--Bryce MacDicken (S) dec. Austin Pierre, 9-3; 138--McKinley Braa (M) dec. James Mackenzie, 9-2; 145--Anthony Douglas (M) pinned Jacob Ballweber 2:52; 152--D'Marco DeGross (M) dec. Ryan Sharpe, 17-13; 160--Jason Barrus (S) pinned Nick DiMonda 1:57; 170--Jake DiMaggio (M) pinned James Boglivi 1:57; 182--Charlie Johnson (S) pinned Wyatt Smith 3:44; 195--Jack Naslund (S) pinned Andrew Sanchez 1:55; 220--Taylor Comfort (S) forfeit; 285--Hank Sherman (S) forfeit. Records--Sultan 1-0 overall. Monroe 0-1.

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