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Brewton-Parker Wrestling Picks Up Wins

Courtesy of BPC

The Brewton-Parker College men's and women's wrestling teams were back in action last week. The ladies hosted a dual meet in Mt. Vernon while the men were in Lauringburg, NC.


Brewton-Parker Women’s Wrestling hosted a dual tournament on Saturday in Gillis Gymnasium in Mount Vernon. The Lady Barons (11-4) finished with a 4-1 record on the day.

Brewton-Parker put together two teams for the tournament BPC Blue (first team) and BPC Red (second team). The Lady Barons’ first team gathered wins over NCAA DII opponents Lincoln Memorial (Tenn.) and Limestone (S.C.) while also downing the No. 12-ranked team in the NAIA in Missouri Baptist and (RV) Montreat (N.C.).

BPC’s first team notched 11 pins on the day and produced six tech falls while the second team gathered four pins. Unfortunately, the second team finished the day 0-4.

BPC Blue opened with a 36-11 loss to Mid-South opponent, No. 3 Life (Ga.). The Running Eagles picked up three-straight tech falls to start the dual. Migdalys Ramos recorded a fall (2:56) over Shani Tyson at 143 with Katelyn Lewis producing a pin (1:00) over Elizabeth Grabiec at 170.

Brewton-Parker followed up with a dominant 49-0 win over Lincoln Memorial. In a dual that saw eight matches end in a forfeit, BPC found wins from Jamesa Robinson and Jorie Richardson. Robinson recorded a fall (1:49) over Ashley Morris at 116 while Richardson put together a 10-0 tech fall over Stephanie Castro at 136.

In the third dual of the day, BPC defeated Mid-South opponent, Montreat 43-4. Gabriela Galvez opened with a pin (1:08) over Ivan Munoz at 101. At 109, Nicole Chandler picked up a 14-4 tech fall over Chloe Carver. After a forfeit win at 116 for Robinson, Alesandra Burgos slipped in a 3-2 decision against Trinity Howard in the 123 bout.

At 130, Madisyn Blackburn produced a fall (4:36) over Isabella Hoffman before Richardson followed with her own fall (1:16) over Michaiah Allen at 136. Brewton-Parker picked up back-to-back tech falls from Leidaly Rivera at 143 and India Page at 155, before closing out with a pair of forfeit wins.

Against Limestone, the Lady Barons put together a 36-10 performance that saw three-straight forfeit wins to open the dual. Burgos (123) recorded a 2-0 decision over Caroline Schmitt followed by Blackburn’s (130) pin on Alyssa Garza. BPC recorded two tech falls from Richardson (136) and Rivera (143).

At 155, Ramos was knocked off by Shelsy Renous by way of a fall before Lewis at 170 pinned Journey Land. Karla Roman rounded out the dual with a loss by a pin from Cecily Livingston.

In the final dual of the day, BPC knocked off No. 12-ranked Missouri Baptist in a 35-11 win. The dual began with a 7-0 decision in favor of Alyssa Quezaire over Galvez. BPC received two forfeit wins before Burgos secured a 2-1 decision over Riley White in the 123 bout.

Blackburn followed with a pin (5:33) over Taryn Johnson at 130. Richardson fell to Tiyahna Askew at 136 in a 7-3 decision with Rivera falling to a 12-2 tech fall against Jossette Partney at 143. The Lady Barons closed out the dual with three-straight wins as Page picked up a pin over Anastasia Hardin, Lewis recorded a forfeit win, and Roman pinned Derriona Johnson.

Brewton-Parker returns to action on December 30, at the Midlands Championships.


Brewton-Parker men’s wrestling traveled to Lauringburg, North Carolina to take on St. Andrews (N.C.) and Coker (S.C.) in a tridual on Friday.

The Barons’ trip began with a loss to Coker but was highlighted by a 33-15 win over St. Andrews.

Against Coker, the Barons fell in a 27-17 loss. Mc-Farland (125) picked up a win before Henry (133) fell by a pin. After giving up the 141lb match, Brewton-Parker gathered a six-point boost to level the score at 12-12 with Bradley Owens earning a pin at 149.

In the 157lb match, Bryant Santiago was defeated with a pin to give the Cobras a six-point edge over the Barons. Kullum Irvin picked up a loss in the 165lb bout to give Coker a 21-12 lead with four bouts remaining.

Dominic Martinez took a defeat in the 174lb match in a 5-1 decision to move the Cobras’ lead to a 12-point edge. Charlie Henkel produced a tight 9-8 decision win in the 184lb bout to add to the Barons’ point total before Ethan Larsen added another three in an 11-4 decision at 197, moving BPC’s total to 18.

In the final match, Wilkinson Saul (285) fell in a tight decision to drop the final three points to move Coker’s total to 27. BPC dropped a team point at the end which moved the final score to 27-17.

Bre w t o n – Pa r k e r opened the dual against the Knights with falls from Mc-Farland (125) and Henry (133) to start with a 12-0 advantage. St. Andrews found themselves just six points back with a forfeit win in the 141lb match.

Owens boosted the lead to a nine-point edge with a 6-3 decision in the 149lb bout. At 157, Santiago produced a pin to give the Barons a 21-6 lead. During the 165lb bout, Irvin was knocked off in a 7-2 decision just before Martinez fell in a 13-6 decision in the 174lb match.

With a 21-12 lead, Brewton-Parker picked up a pair of pins from Henkel (184) and Larsen (197) to jump out to a 21-point advantage with one final match. In the 285lb match, Tevin Person fell in a 3-0 decision to give the Knights their final three points sealing the dual at 33-15.

Brewton-Parker hosts Truett McConnell on Wednesday for a conference matchup in Gillis Gymnasium.

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