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Mulcahy Pins Vail to Win District 10 Championship

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Dylan Mulcahy won the District 10 championship at 145 pounds with a pin over Bobby Vail of Roselle Park Credits: TAP Chatham
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MILLBURN, NJ -  Chatham senior Dylan Mulcahy won the 145-pound NJSIAA District 10 Championship with a pin over top-seeded Bobby Vail of Roselle Park on Saturday.

Mulcahy built a 12-0 lead before finishing with a pin in 5:02, improving his season record to 32-4 and earning a trip to the Region 3 tournament at Union High next weekend.

It was Mulcahy's first-ever district title after finishing second in two other years.

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"Dylan deserves it, he worked hard for it," Chatham coach Brian Cassera said. "To get to the final he wrestled great."

Vail, now 23-10, was on the defensive from the start. Mulcahy scored an escape for an early point and then put Vail on his back to make it 5-0. Mulcahy then built his lead to 8-0 and 12-0 before gaining the fall.

In the morning semifinal round, Mulcahy had scored a 15-2 major decision over Zach Evans of Madison.

Mulcahy now stands 102-24 in his career, having become the first Chatham wrestler to reach 100  victories with a pin in the district quarterfinal round on Friday.

 

 

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