Mulcahy Wins Two More Bouts by Pin for Chatham Wrestling

February 13, 2014 at 12:30 AM

MILLBURN, NJ - Dylan Mulcahy posted two pins for Chatham, but the Cougars lost to Randolph, 47-15, and Millburn, 43-31, on Wednesday.

Mulcahy won his 160 match against Randolph in 1:10 and then came back to wrestle at 152 to top his Millburn opponent in 1:40. The senior now owns a 23-4 mark, which includes 17 pins.

In the Randolph match, Brian Weber, Alex Wilson and Mike DiBenedetto each won decisions for Chatham.

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Against Millburn, Brett Cain won his 120-pound match with a fall in 21 seconds and Jacob Holman won his 138-pound bout for Chatham with a pin in 5:11. The Cougars also received  a pin from Mike Kellstrom at 285 in 4:33.

Also winning by decision for Chatham in the Millburn match were Manny Rodriguez at 113 pounds and Brian Weber at 160.

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