Lincoln warms up for Fuller at Whitney

Zebras nip ‘Cats 40-39
By: Jim Linsdau, Sports Editor
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Lincoln High Wrestling at Whitney


Wt – School – Results

106 – L – Lucas Chao def. Alan Boynton – fall

113 – L –_Dominic DeLeon def. Jacob McKee – 13-0 (major decision)

120 – W – Andres Murillo – forfeit 

126 – W – Aazam Khan – forfeit 

132 – W – Isaiah Schannep def. Sean Selter – fall

138 – L – Nic Burns def. Johnny Stephens – fall

145 – L – Austin Williams def. Ben Murphy – fall

152 – W – Aiden Brent def. Daniel Palmer – fall

160- Sophomore W_Jacob Barquet def. Trevor Barnett – fall 

170 – W – Wyatt Lawson def. Jalen Hill – fall

182 – L – Dylan Shoro – forfeit 

195 – W – Matthew Sherer def. Johnny Maciel – 8-3 (decision)

220 – L – Eddy Calixto def. Joshua Wesselman – fall 

HWT – L – Lucas Cook def. Brody Stone – fall


Lincoln JV wrestlers winning by fall: Gabe Burns, Trae Hall, Jacob Rodriquez and Alejandro Pina.

Both the Lincoln High wrestling team and their host Whitney looked good on the mats in their preseason match last week.

The match came down to the final bout in which heavyweight Lucas Cook pinned Brody Stone to give the Fighting Zebras a 40-39 victory.

Seven Lincoln wrestlers picked up wins, six were by fall. Dominic DeLeon earned a major decision over the Wildcats’ Jacob McKee, 13-0.

Vacaville has committed to the Mark Fuller Tournament. The Bulldogs will replace El Dorado, which dropped out.

The Zebras are young. Of the 12 bouts in which Lincoln competed against Whitney, only one was a senior – Nick Burns.

Wrestling at 138 pounds, Burns pinned the ‘Cats’ Johnny Stephens.

Zebras head coach Gregory Harlow had five freshmen wrestling against Whitney. The good news, four of them won, although freshman Dylan Shoro was awarded a forfeit at 182 pounds.

At last word, Harlow was still looking to fill gaps at 120 and 126 pounds.

The Mark Fuller Tournament is scheduled for Dec. 8 and promises to be an all-out war with 21 teams lined up to attend. Help give the young Zebras a boost for the 2018-19 campaign and plan to be there.