The Seaford varsity wrestling team topped Delmar, 54-24, in a dual meet last Wednesday in Delmar. The Blue Jays recorded three pins and had five wins by forfeit while four Wildcat wrestlers won by fall.
Seaford jumped out to a 24-0 lead as Carlos Munoz (106), Julian Bowland (113), Denzel Altenor (120), and Jaizzin Long (126) won by forfeit. Delmar’s Cyle Littleton trailed Quanteve Hanzer, 2-1, in the first period of the 132 pound match. Littleton knotted the score at 3-3 and led, 5-3, before recording a pin with 41.9 seconds left in the second period.
Seaford’s Cole Willey (138) won by forfeit to extend his team’s lead to 30-6. Following a double forfeit in the 145 pound match, Trent Kemp of Delmar led Sean Martinez, 2-0, before winning by fall with 38.1 seconds remaining in the first period of the 152 pound match.
The Wildcats’ Cristopher Banks (160) built up a 5-0 lead before recording a pin with 53.1 seconds left in the first period to make the score 30-18.
Seaford’s Jamari Murphy-Dingle (170) took a 9-0 lead into the third period, winning by fall with 12.7 seconds remaining. Nathan Holmes (182) added a win by forfeit for the Blue Jays.
Hunter Durham (195) secured a pin with 25.5 seconds left in the first period of his match and Sa’Muary Long (220) added a pin with 6.3 seconds to go in the first period to up Seaford’s lead to 54-18.
Delmar’s Chance Wells (220) finished the dual meet with a pin with 53 seconds left in the first period.