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January 21, 2013

Shelbyville Assaults Auburn, 45-18

SHELBYVILLE, IL. — On Thursday, the Shelbyville wrestling team traveled to Auburn and notched yet another dual victory, 45-18. The Rams are now 19-4 in duals this season.

The Rams won 10 of the 14 weight classes and only two of their wins by forfeit. In real-time competition, the Rams still beat Auburn, 33-18. Two of the Rams won by sticking their opponents.

Adam Hudson (145) beat Evan Patterson by pin just a half-minute into the 3rd period (4:33). Heavyweight Andrew Mudgette (285) also stuck his foe, Austin Peterson, in the 3rd period, ending the marathon in 5:15.

Three of the Rams won by major decisions. Wyatt Fox (138) beat Austin McKinnon by a score of 11-3. Mitch Barna, wrestling 195 beat Carson Root by major decision, 14-4. Elliott Smithson (220) notched the third major decision, beating Austin Travois, 16-6.

Jared Finley (132) and Jordan Johnston (152) both scored wins by decision. Finley almost shut out Randal Domsecik, 6-1. Johnston won a tighter match over Jesse Kessler, 4-2.

Josh Hicks (170) and Mike Ulrich (182) picked up wins by forfeit.

Auburn did manage one pin, one tech fall, one major decision and one decision in their dual loss.   

Thursday

Shelbyville 45, Auburn 18

Ram Results

113 Garrett Brachbill (Shelbyville) won by decision over Matt Heren (Auburn) 7-2.    

120 Brock Barnhill (Auburn) won by tech fall over Tinsmann (Shelbyville), 17-1 (4:00)

126 Dalton Snell (Auburn) won by pin over Jarred Hicks (Shelbyville) 1:59.    

132 Jared Finley (Shelbyville) won by decision over Randal Domsecik (Auburn), 6-1.    

138 Wyatt Fox (Shelbyville) won by major decision over Austin McKinnon (Auburn), 11-3.    

145 Adam Hudson (Shelbyville) won by pin over Evan Patterson (Auburn) 4:33.    

152 Jordan Johnston (Shelbyville) won by decision over Jesse Kessler (Auburn), 4-2.    

160 Brock Pickrel (Auburn) won by major decision over Lucas Duckett (Shelbyville), 10-0.        

170 Josh Hicks (Shelbyville) won by forfeit over Unknown (Unattached).    

182 Mike Ulrich (Shelbyville) won by forfeit over Unknown (Unattached).

195 Mitchell Barna (Shelbyville) won by major decision over Carson Root (Auburn), 14-4.        

220 Elliott Smithson (Shelbyville) won by major decision over Austin Travous (Auburn), 16-6.    

285 Andrew Mudgette (Shelbyville) won by pin over Austin Peterson (Auburn) 5:15.    

106 Noah Mayes (Auburn) won by decision over Zach Stirrett (Shelbyville), 6-3.      

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