The Washington & Lee wrestling team split results against visitors from Lackey and McDonough High Schools in a tri-meet earlier last week. Hosting the teams from Maryland, W&L fell to Lackey 48-30, but turned the result around defeating McDonough 42-23.
W&L’s Sergei Minor (106-pounds), Moses Oviedo (120 lbs.), James Snider (126 lbs.), Jose Chipres (152 lbs.) and Jamie Garland (152 lbs.) all went undefeated with Oviedo and Snider each having two pins, Garland and Minor adding one. Teammates Sam McGill (145 lbs.), Gabe Loesel (195 lbs.) and Juan Murillo (285 lbs.) ended the day with a 1-1 record on the day. All three each had a pin.
In the Lancaster 45-40 win over Washington & Lee, Taj Smith led all scorers with 15 points.
Terrin Dickerson and Kwame Gray scoring eight points each led Washington & Lee along with Trey Brown and Dwayne Cherry with seven points each. Milan Bullock added four points followed by Jeremy Turner with three and CJ Harris with two.
In the 63-47 win at Rappahannock, Dickerson led the team scoring 16 points followed by Trey Brown with 12.
Davon Hamilton chipped in with nine, along with CJ Harris scoring eight, Jeremy Turner with six, Kwame Gray with five, Malik Roy with three, and Dwayne Cherry and Milan Bullock with two.
The Lady Eagles continued to struggle this past week as they played two more district games. At the end of the week, they came up short falling to Lancaster and the next day to the defending Region A Division 1 champion Rappahannock Raiders.
Sharda Beane led Lancaster in the 72-30 win over Washington & Lee on Jan. 9 with 27 points. Aaliayah Morris-Lee joined Beane in double figures with 10 points followed by Shamarah Taylor and Aleyah Davenport with eight points each, Anesha White with five, Trenae Henderson with three and Tomasia Kelly with two.
Washington & Lee’s scorers included top scorer Jaid White with 14 followed by Teondra Brooks with six.
Rappahannock’s Selene Epps led the team in a 72-30 win the next day with 38 points and 18 rebounds.
Washington & Lee’s Jaid White led her team with 18 points. Alexia Tate joined her in double-digits with 11. Teondra Brooks added five along with Amy Saunders and Kendawanna Fulcher with two each.
Sasha Adams, Armani Henry, Alexia Tate and Kendawanna Fulcher added two points each, and Amy Saunders and Alexis Washington with one each.