Wrestling: Holy Cross tunes up for Brother Martin with solid win over St. Paul’s – (Crescent City Sports) Saints News

November 30, 2018By Ken TrahanCategory: PrepsIf anyone is to challenge Brother Martin and Holy Cross for supremacy in Division I wrestling this season, it would be either St. Paul’s or Jesuit.Wednesday night in Gentilly, Holy Cross tuned up for a showdown with the Crusaders with a solid 48-15 victory over St. Paul’s.The Tigers won 10 of the 14 matches contested.Scoring falls for Holy Cross were Evan Frost (106), Jacob Frost (113), Michael Lundin (126), Brady Butler (152), Ryan Doody (220) and Anthony Sciambra (285).Winning by pin for the Wolves was Ben Davidson (145).Holy Cross will host Brother Martin in a showdown next Wednesday at 6 p.m. while the Wolves travel to Catholic to face the always tough Bears in Baton Rouge the same night.WeightSummaryHOCRSTPA182Caden Mumme (Holy Cross) over Cole Ulfers (St. Pauls) (Dec 7-4)30195Logan Heffner (Holy Cross) over Joshua Sabadie (St. Pauls) (Dec 3-0)30220Ryan Doody (Holy Cross) over Sam Avenel (St. Pauls) (Fall 0:00)60285Anthony Sciambra (Holy Cross) over Ben Bobrowski (St. Pauls) (Fall 0:00)60106Evan Frost (Holy Cross) over Jacob Houser (St. Pauls) (Fall 0:00)60113Jacob Frost (Holy Cross) over Michael Rader (St. Pauls) (Fall 0:00)60120Connor Oviedo (St. Pauls) over Dylan Lauriano (Holy Cross) (Dec 7-1)03126Michael Lundin (Holy Cross) over Brandon Stein (St. Pauls) (Dec 7-1)30132Nicholas Raspino (St. Pauls) over Caruso Signorelli (Holy Cross) (Dec 5-3)03138Peyton Ward (St. Pauls) over Logan LaCoste (Holy Cross) (SV-1 3-1)03145Ben Davidson (St. Pauls) over Russell Solomon (Holy Cross) (Fall 0:00)06152Brady Butler (Holy Cross) over Grant Vicknair (St. Pauls) (Fall 0:00)60160Mason Macaluso (Holy Cross) over Kristian McHugh (St. Pauls) (MD 9-0)40170Cameron Frost (Holy Cross) over Evan Ulfers (St. Pauls) (TF 16-0 0:00)50Team Score:4815Ken TrahanOwner/CEOBorn and raised in the New Orleans area, CCSE Owner and CEO Ken Trahan has been a sports media fixture in the community for nearly four decades. Ken started NewOrleans.com/Sports with Bill Hammack and Don Jones in 2008. In 2011, the site became SportsNOLA.com. On August 1, 2017, Ken helped launch CrescentCitySports.com. Having accumulated national awards/recognition (National Football Foundation, College…Read more >

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