99- T. Cook (Beek) dec. Dominic, 2-0. 106- Trombley (NAC) pinned M. Cartee, 2:24. 113- A. Cartee (Beek) pinned Dominy, 2:53. 120- Pombrio (NAC) dec. Provost, 11-0. 126- Graziane (Beek) pinned LaPoint, 5:47. 132- Bacon (Beek) dec. B. LaBombard, 8-0. 138- King (NAC) pinned Martioski, :57. 145- C. LaBombard dec. Leclair, 6-1. 152- Carpenter (NAC) dec. Z. Myers, 12-0. 160- Peryea (Beek) dec. Riley, 15-3. 170- J. Kellett (NAC) pinned LaPlante, 1:27. 182- Bourdeau (Beek) won by forfeit. 195- Lashway (NAC) def. Defayette, 6-4. 220- Goddeau (Beek) pinned Page, 3:24. 285- Watts (Beek) pinned Guerin, 3:52.
Beekmantown 70, Franklin Academy 16
106- M. Cartee (Beek) dec. Searles, 10-0. 113- A. Cartee (Beek) pinned Davis, :20. 120- Provost (Beek) won by forfeit. 126- Graziane (Beek) pinned Learned, 2:37. 132- Turner (Beek) pinned Beach, :54. 138- Fountain (FA) pinned Martioski, 3:33. 145- Stapleton (FA) dec. Leclair, 18-4. 152- Z. Myers (Beek) won by forfeit. 160- Peryea (Beek) won by forfeit. 170- LaPlante (Beek) pinned Smith, 3:25. 182- Bourdeau (Beek) won by forfeit. 195- Defayette (Beek) won by forfeit. 220- Juarez (FA) pinned G. Cook, :13. 285- Watts (Beek) pinned Cassidy, :17. 99- T. Cook (Beek) won by forfeit.
Seymour finishes fourth
LOCH SHELDRAKE — It was no picnic for the Peru wrestling team at the Annual Eastern States Classic at Sullivan Community College.
There were 116 teams represented and the Indians finished a very respectable 26th with 48 points. Wantagh won the event with 138.5 points.
The tournament featured both Division I and II wrestlers combined and is considered a tougher event than the state meet. There are between 20 and 40 wrestlers in each weight class and teams only send their best wrestlers.
Leading the way for Peru was Troy Seymour, who compiled a 4-2 record at 170 pounds. The two losses were the first two of the year for Seymour.
Seymour ended up taking fourth. He dropped a tough 3-2 decision to Greene’s Christian Dietrich in his third match of the event. Then, after two more wins, Seymour was decisioned, 6-2, by Half Hollows Hills West’s Joe Piccolo.
“Even through fourth place is nothing to sneeze at, Troy didn’t wrestle as well as he thought he could and wasn’t happy about it,” said Peru co-coach Mike Hogan. “He lost two tough matches. But, he has to get back to work and keep preparing for the states.”