Wrestlers Third at Allen County

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By June Orr

By June Orr

(SPENCERVILLE) - Bluffton's wrestling team earned third place at the Allen County Invitational with 205 team points.  Junior Deandre Nassar won the 195 class with a 4-0 record on 4 pins.  

James Badial-Luna won his first four matches before falling in the championship tilt at 145.  All of James wins were by pin.  Freshman Tayton Kleman went 3-1 and finished second at 113 in round robin format.  All of Kleman's wins were via pin.  Fellow freshman Josh Mehaffie was another second place finisher at 120.  Mehaffie won four matches by pin. Brady Romick tied for second at 132 with a 2-2 record including two pins.  

Landen Luginbuhl scored four pins on his way to a 4-1 mark and third place finish at 220.  Jeremy Sturgeon finished third at 106 with a 1-2 mark and one win by pin. Andrew Burroughs won the fifth place match of 170 and ended the day with a 4-1 mark and 2 pins, both in bracket competition.  

Elijah Conley (152) and Jesse Montel (160) both went 1-3 on the day with a pin.  Trent Pearson and Wyatt Gossard also competed for Bluffton, going 0-4 on the day at 138 and 126 respectively. 

Allen East won the meet with 235 points. Shawnee was second at 207 followed by Bluffton at 205, Elida, Bath, Spencerville, Jefferson, St. John's, LCC and Lima Senior.  

June Orr Meet Photos : https://blufftonpirates.smugmug.com/BHS-Wrestling

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