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Chatham Wrestling Pins 48-21 Defeat on Columbia

February 11, 2014 at 11:20 PM

MAPLEWOOD, NJ - Brett Cain and Dylan Mulcahy each posted a quick pin in sparking Chatham's 48-21 wrestling victory over Columbia on Monday.

Cain recorded his fall at 120 pounds in 38 seconds and Mulcahy won his 152 bout with a pin that took 47 seconds. Also notching pins for Chatham (13-11) were Brian Weber, who won at 160 in 5:09; Taylor Boehmer, who scored his fall at 220 pounds in 2:57 and Mike Kellstrom, who won his 285-pound bout in 4:30.

Jacob Holman contributed points for Chatham with an 8-6 decision at 138, and Stephen Bondurich won a 6-4 bout at 145.

 

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