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Lehigh Wrestleoff Results

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Ian Brown looked solid.  I'd like to see him go against Randy Cruz.

 

http://www.lehighsports.com/news/2014/10/30/WREST_1030140459.aspx

 

Lehigh Wrestle-offs
125 – Jonathan Mele (White) dec. Artem Timchenko (Brown) 3-2
133 – Dean Somers (White) dec. Camden Fischer (Brown) 2-1
141 – Ian Brown (White) tech fall Brandon Diaz (Brown) 15-0, 4:07
149 – Laike Gardner (Brown) dec. Drew Longo (White) 6-2
165 – Santiago Martinez (White) dec. Marshall Peppelman (Brown) 3-1
174 – Ryan Preisch (White) major dec. Billy Ramsey (Brown) 14-1
184 – Nathaniel Brown (Brown) tech fall (no near fall) Garett Stehley (White) 23-8, 6:47
197 – Elliot Riddick (White) dec. John Bolich (Brown) 3-1, s.v.
285 (EX) – Zach Rey dec. Doug Vollaro 7-3
141 – Randy Cruz (Brown) dec. Cortlandt Schuyler (White) 5-1
125 – Scott Parker (Brown) dec. Cody Kievman (White) 6-0
 

Attendance – 1,085
Referees – Gary Kessel, Craig Salvator

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The Martinez/Peppelman result is an interesting one. They couldn't have had more different wrestling backgrounds heading into college and have taken vastly different routes since then, though both have ended up in the same place fighting for the same spot. Will be interesting to see what happens with 165/174 going forward. Doesn't seem like much of the PA folks gave Martinez a chance. 

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The Martinez/Peppelman result is an interesting one. They couldn't have had more different wrestling backgrounds heading into college and have taken vastly different routes since then, though both have ended up in the same place fighting for the same spot. Will be interesting to see what happens with 165/174 going forward. Doesn't seem like much of the PA folks gave Martinez a chance. 

 

Even as a PA homer, I'm glad Martinez won. Shows what hard work can get you. He placed 5th and 3rd at Florida States, rather humble for the upper echelon of wrestling - then went on to be a bracket buster everywhere. Killed NCWAs, 4th at the US Open in Greco.. I'm sure no one saw that coming, let alone him apparently winning the spot at a decent Div.1 school. All the power to him.

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Peppelman did not appear to wrestle any differently than he had at Cornell.  No real offense from neutral (or anywhere, for that matter).  He did have a possible late TD that may have been reviewable to send the bout into SV, but didn't request the replay.

 

I just hope the lack of offense was due to familiarity of a practice partner. 

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