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VUHS wrestlers split with Tigers and Spaulding

VERGENNES — At a wrestling meet this past Wednesday at Vergennes Union High School, visiting Spaulding defeated both VUHS and Middlebury, while the Commodores topped the Tigers.
Spaulding bested MUHS, 60-18, and VUHS, 43-32, while VUHS outscored MUHS, 48-18.
The match results were:
VUHS 48, MUHS 18
For VUHS, Parker Kayhart, Aiden Gebo, Taylor Stearns, Gabe Kadric, Barret Barrows and Gabe Payne-Vinick won by forfeit, as did Nick Sheldrick for MUHS.
In contested matches:
•  At 106 Eli Bruce, V, pinned Layne Chant, M. 
•  At 145 Brian Whitley, M, defeated Jeremiah Moulton, V, 2-1.
•  At 152 Tucker Kennett, M, pinned Zach Botala, V.
•  At 160 Calvin Kennett, M, defeated Caden Howell, V, 9-5.
SPAULDING 60, MUHS 18
•  At 106 Caleb Huntington (S) pinned Chant, M.
•  At 145 Whitley, M, pinned Zach Slayton (S).
•  At 152 T. Kennett, M, pinned Cameron Govea (S).
•  At 160 C. Kennett, M, pinned Zane Arthur (S).
•  At 220 Mathew Durgin (S) pinned Liam Wagner, M.
•  At 285 Colton Perkins (S) pinned Sheldrick, M.
SPAULDING 43, VUHS 32
For VUHS, Kayhart and Barrows won by forfeit.
In contested matches:
•  At 106 Huntington (S), defeated Brace, V, 6-1.
•  At 132 Gebo, defeated, V, defeated Logan Bailey (S), 9-0.
•  At 138 Ryan Glassford (S), defeated Stearns, V, 13-1.
•  At 145 Moulton, V, pinned Ben Issabelle (S).
•  At 152 Govea (S), pinned Botala, V.
•  At 160 Howell, V, defeated Jackson Bailey-Perkins, 10-2.
•  At 170 Kadric, V, pinned Landen Farmham (S).
•  At 195 Steven Corbett (S) pinned Scott Botala, V.
•  At 220 Mathew Durgin (S) pinned Payne-Vinick, V.

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