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Wrestlers beat New Trier and Maine South improve record to 26-1. Break school win record for 4th straight year with 26 wins!

Sage Heller
Sage Heller
Wrestlers opened up the cross-over dual, which features the top two teams from the CSL North Division against the top two teams from the South Division, with a 46-12 winner over Maine South (2nd in South).
The second dual featured Deerfield #1 North and New Trier #1 South Division.  Deerfield prevailed 48-24.  This dual featured some top match-ups from the CSL Tournament.  

Andrew Mehrholz (120 lb CSL champ from DHS) bumped up 2 weights to wrestle CSL champ at 132 lbs. L. Ida. (from New Trier)  Mehrholz pinned Ida in the second period.  

Brian Spinello (3rd at CSL tournament) lost a controversial over-time match at 126 lbs. to A. McKenna who had taken first place at 126 lbs. at the CSL Tournament.  Brian was leading by 1 point with under 20 seconds left in the match when the ref award McKenna an escape (the escape was controversial) to tie the match.  Brian was taken down in OT.

Division records are below:

CSL VARSITY     CSL VARSITY
NORTH                 South
DF    5-0                NT 5-0
MW  4-1                MS 4-1
NN   3-2                ET  3-2  
ME   2-3                GBS 1-4
HP   1-4                NW 1-4
GBN 0-5                WK 1-4

The Wrestlers have now broken their win record for the 4th straight year.
2010-11  22-2
2011-12  24-2
2012-13  25-4
2013-14  26-1

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