Edenton knocks off rival Manteo in wrestling
From staff reports
Friday, December 14, 2018
EDENTON — The John A. Holmes wrestling team defeated Manteo 60-15 Wednesday at home.
The match was the first between the two Albemarle Athletic Conference rivals this season.
Holmes' Riddick White won his match over Caleb Maher by pin at 113 pounds.
Edenton's Alex Bergevin defeated Manteo's Emmanuel Tadeo by pin in the 132 pound match.
At 145 pounds, Edenton's Nathan Hansley defeated Peter Carolaparra by pin.
Javarion White won his 170 match for Edenton by pin against Jose Eslava.
Adam Shive pinned Manteo's Tyner Gray in the 182 pound contest, while Edenton's Tyrese McCleese pinned Caden Clark in the 220 pound match.
Manteo's William Pendelton pinned Trace Murray in the 152 pound match, while Manteo's Trent Jones defeated Edenton's Dezmontre Gilliam by a 1-0 decision.
Manteo's Ryan McOwen defeated Edenton's Dawson Cullipher in injury time at 195 pounds.
Edenton's Seth Simmons (285 pounds), Aaron Jones (120 pounds), Chase Ward (126 pounds) and Jordan Huerta (138 pounds) won by forfeit.
First Flight 79, Camden 62: The Bruins (4-1) lost to the Nighthawks (3-4) Wednesday night at Camden County High School.
Tim Aydlett led Camden with 22 points, seven rebounds and two assists, while Bradley Harrell followed with 13 points, five rebounds and four assists.
Maximus Reid had a team-best eight rebounds with six points, while Carlton Harrell scored eight points with seven rebounds.
First Flight's Jordan High scored a game-high 28 points, while Dylan Blake scored 21 points and Reese Jones posted 15 points in the win.
First Flight 52, Camden 27: The Lady Bruins fell to the Nighthawks at home Wednesday evening.
Hailey Bunting led Camden with nine points, four rebounds and two steals, while Shae Ferebee followed with seven points and two rebounds.
Camden (2-3) returns to action Dec. 19 at Currituck.
Apprentice School 79, Mid-Atlantic Christian 71: The Mustangs (1-7) lost to the Builders in Newport News Wednesday night.
Aaron Scott led MACU with 15 points and 10 rebounds.
Alex Stanley, who played his high school basketball at Pasquotank County High School, followed with 10 points and six rebounds.