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GHS wrestlers win district tournament

For the second year in a row, the Gloucester High School wrestling team claimed the Peninsula District title, winning Saturday’s tournament, which was held at Heritage High School in Newport News.

Collectively, the team had 14 wins by fall and two wins by technical fall with eight other victories coming by way of decision, giving the team an impressive 24-5 record.

Short-handed at 106, 150, 157, and 215 weights, the Dukes needed 10 wrestlers to show up big in order to have a shot at bringing home another title this year.

Aiden Sheesley (113), Christian Hartz (126), Corey Skay (138), Karl Dean (144), Kenneth Hamilton (165), and J.R. Jones (HWT) all came home with individual championships. Third-place finishes came from David Lewis (120), Grayson Orlando (132) and William Murrell (175), who stepped into the varsity lineup in place of Makai Scatliffe who was dealing with an illness. Hayden Fox finished fifth overall as every team point mattered in the ultra-tight team scores.


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