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Cabell County Championships

Date: Jan 31
Location: Enslow Middle School, Huntington

Team Scores:
Milton Middle 184
Cammack Middle 111
Bev. Hills Middle 102
Enslow Middle 76
Barboursville Middle 40
West Middle 39

75 Championship: Byrd (BH) pinned Call (Mil)
83 Championship: Hodges (BV) Dec. Ray (Ens)
90 Championship: Gibbs (BV) pins Renner (BH)
95 Championship: Collins (Ens) pins Delligatti (Mil)
102 Championship: Barrett (Cam) over Hudnall (Mil) Inj. Default
110 Championship: Jordan(Mil-1) pins Prince (Mil-2)
116 Championship: Williams(Cam) pins Leap (BH)
123 Championship: Burger (Mil) pins Thomas (Cam)
128 Championship: Patick (Cam) over Smith (Mil) D.Q.
135 Championship: Mays (Ens) pins Morton (Mil)
145 Championship: Diamond (Mil) Maj Dec over Jackson (Cam)
155 Championship: Kirtley (Mil) pins Chaney (Ens)
165 Championship: Frazier (Mil) pins Rufus (Cam)
250 Championship: Tomblin (W) pins Emerson (Mil)

75 Third Place: none
83 Third Place: Midkiff (BH) dec Harshbarger (Mil)
90 Third Place: Morrison (Mil) by forfeit
95 Third Place: none
102 Third Place: Ervin (Ens) pins Jarrett (BH)
110 Third Place: Burns (Cam) pins Curry (W)
116 Third Place: Delligatti (M) dec Bishop (Cam) O.T.
123 Third Place: Williams (Ens) pins Perry (BV)
128 Third Place: Gibson (BH) dec Hatfield (BV)
135 Third Place: Gibson(Mil) by forfeit
145 Third Place: Morton (Mil-2) by forfeit
155 Third Place: Kluemper (BH) by forfeit
165 Third Place: Riner (BH) pins Allen (W)
250 Third Place: Wright (BH) pins Taft (BV)

Comments: The Cabell County Middle school championship was won by Milton Middle. Several wrestlers were missing from all teams due to the recent Flu outbreak. The Milton Panthers placed 12 wrestlers in the finals and had five individual county champs. Runner-up Cammack had 3 individual champs.

Special congratulations to Barboursville's Chris Gibbs who finished the season undefeated including a WSAZ championship as a 7th grader Milton's Ryan Frazier also broke the school record for most falls in a season with 22. This record had been in place since 1994.

Submitted by: Coach J. LeMaster

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Updated January 31, 1998