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.
The Blue Jays’ Hunter Durham, left, won by fall in the first period of his 195 pound match last Wednesday in Delmar. Photo by Mike McClure
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.