Nine Sharks net region titles

The St. James wrestling team put its primary objective of a team state title on hold Saturday for some individual accolades.

Just as the No. 1-ranked Sharks have done all season as a squad, they also dominated the Region VIII-AAA individual tournament by sending nine wrestlers to the top of the podium out of the 14 weight classes.

St. James’ Alex Nielsen (115), Mason Elliott (128), Jamie Bolduc (134), Codi Rothermel (140), John VanSlooten (147), Derek Rothermel (154), Gregg Johnsen (172), De’eante Salaam (184) and Austin Brown (222) won their respective divisions at Georgetown High.

The Sharks can now turn their attention back to the business at hand in the second round of the Class 3A state duals. St. James welcomes Bluffton to the Shark Tank on Monday.

Socastee was the only other school to crown multiple region champions – Justin Knipper (108) and Craig Burton (287). The Braves travel to defending Lower State champion Chapin on Monday in the second round of the Class 3A state duals.

Myrtle Beach’s Tevin Cheatham (162), North Myrtle Beach’s Joey Small (122) and Georgetown’s Jalil Smith (197) took the remaining three titles. The top four finishers from each weight class advance to the Lower State tournament.

Results:

108
1. Scoastee – Justin Knipper
2. St. James – Tylor Young
3.  NMB – Carson McDaniel
115
1. St. James – Alex Nielsen
2. Socastee – Dylan Martin
3 Myrtle Beach – Jonathan Iseman
4. NMB – Shane Barnhart
122
1. NMB – Joey Small
2. St. James – John Delbianco
3. Socastee – Amann Amann
4. Myrtle Beach – Diego Garcia
5.Georgetown – Chris Childers
128
1. St. James – Mason Elliott
2 . Myrtle Beach – Nick Silvestri
3 Socastee – Kane Loring
4. . Georgetown – Deion Windley
5. NMB  – Alex Lewis
134
1. St. James – Jaime Bolduc
2. NMB – Ronnie Johnson
3. Myrtle Beach – Ian Dorman
4. Socastee – Adam Pawolie
140
1. St. James – Codi Rothremel
2. NMB – Tanner Fellenz
3. Socastee – T.J. Lazaroft
4. Georgetown – Dalton Schearer
5. Myrtle Beach – Alexis Mauricio
147
1. St. James – John Vanslooten
2.  Myrtle Beach – Daniel Miller
3. Socastee – Chase Willis
4. NMB – Jared Woody
154
1. St. James – Derek Rothermel
2. Myrtle Beach – Joseph Desjardins
3. Socastee – Andrew Mai
4.  Georgetown – Terrell Collins
162
1. Myrtle Beach – Tevin Cheatham
2 Socastee – Zac Heneidi
3. . St. James – Nick Juretic
4. Georgetown – Larry Wells
172
1. St. James – Gregg Johnsen
2. Myrtle Beach – Miguel Mejia
3.  Georgetown – Juwan Gibbs
184
1. . St. James – De’eante Salaam
2. NMB – Hampton Harmon
3.  Socastee – Zach Moore
4.  Georgetown – Jamel Smith
5. Myrtle Beach – Eddie Rodriguez
197
1. . Georgetown – Jalil Smith
2. St. James – Hunter Brandon
3.  Myrtle Beach – David Armijo
4. NMB – Gerodie Graham
222
1. St. James – Austin Brown
2. Socastee – Kyle Burton
3. NMB – Gabe Pruitt
4. Georgetown – Jonathan Gamble
5. Myrtle Beach – Ariel Elia
287
1. Socastee – Craig Burton
2  Myrtle Beach – Amir Oukada
3. St. James – Tim Rector
4. . NMB – Jonathan Bracey
5. Georgetown – Tyrone Canteen

 

Photo by Rancier Photography

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