NMB pins Loris but misses rubber match with Aynor

The North Myrtle Beach wrestling team scored another victory on Monday but may be thinking about the one that got away.

The host Chiefs (15-4) dominated Loris by a 59-18 score, but they didn’t get a much-anticipated rematch with Aynor. The Yellow Jackets, who split the first two meetings between the two teams, were unable to make it to the scheduled tri-meet and had to cancel.

That meant a lighter work load against the Lions, who forfeited four of the first six weight classes because of low numbers. Logan Stump (106), Codie Aube (113), Eduardo Esquivel (120) and Brandon Moore (138) had their arms raised without breaking a sweat.

Neither did teammate William Lewis (132), who pinned Loris’ Darrell Green in 29 seconds. Jared Woody (145) took a major decision over Alexander Gonzalez, 14-0, to give North Myrtle Beach a clean sweep of the lower weight classes.

Loris got on the board in the middle weights as Johnson Jean-Louis (152) pinned Brian Meier-Beck in 3:25 and Steven Welch (160) pinned Nicholas Battista in 43 seconds. But the Chiefs dominated the heavier weight classes, with Hampton Harmon pinning Michael Collaso in 1:56 to remain undefeated on the season at 19-0.

North Myrtle Beach’s Gerodie Graham (182) took a 10-7 decision over Stacy Dozier, Mikhaail Vlahas (195) scored a major decision over Lexington Elleby, 17-3, Harrison Smith pinned Michael Forti in 2:12, and Mackenzie Angel earned an injury default against Joel Stevens to give the Chiefs wins in 12 of 14 matches.

There was no immediate word on whether the match with Aynor would be rescheduled. The Chiefs defeated the Blue Jackets by three points in the season opening quad-meet at Carolina Forest, then Aynor won the first rematch by two points at the NMB Duals. The Chiefs travel to Hilton Head Island for the Dec. 28-29 Seahawk Slam.

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One response to “NMB pins Loris but misses rubber match with Aynor”

  1. Melissa Lewis says:

    Thank you so much for your reports on the Chiefs. It is greatly appreciated to read about my son… From a very grateful deployed mother!

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