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An already thin Leominster roster was not aided by missing two captains at 145 and 152 pounds.
FITCHBURG It was a successful day on the mat for the Monty Tech and Leominster wrestling teams.
It was a banner day for Leominster senior Shamaila Khan, as she picked up her first career varsity victory against Mahar in the 113 pound weight class, which proved critical in a three point team victory.
"It was Farraj's first meet back since getting in a little bit of trouble," Smith said. "This is a big thing for him. We're actually going to give him a reward; one of coaches came in and said whoever wins Watch Rolex Online
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Amos Muma put forth a perfect showing in the 160 pound class with three pins; the same result came from Ebram Aziz at 152.
Keith Miller (126 pounds) and Ian Perla (132 pounds) each went 3 0 with one forfeit. Rami Ramadan earned a victory against Monty Tech, wrestling at 145 pounds.
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"We won two matches, and we did the same thing when we went to Brockton a couple weeks ago," Leominster High assistant coach Josh Richard said. "All the teams wrestled well today and it could have gone either way, but our guys ended up on top in two matches. I felt good getting the two victories, but losing to Monty Tech wasn't a good feeling."
"I was impressed with Mahar, a first year club that came out here and wrestled tough. They had a lot of kids wrestling for the first time, and none of them looked like a deer in headlights. Their coach prepared them well."
There were a host of Bulldogs who had perfect 3 0 performances on the day. Junior Matt Applin impressed in the 145 pound weight class, as he earned three pins. Sophomore Zack Bowers earned two pins and an injury default to improve his record to 12 3 on the season.
It was a successful return to the mat for 170 pound Robert Farraj, who missed action over the past several weeks due to disciplinary action and returned with three perfect performances, earning three pins.
"We've been working really hard on Thursday and Friday at practice after our Wednesday meet with Leominster, and I see a big turnaround with the way we wrestled," Monty Tech head coach Kieron Smith said. "And especially our stamina on the mat, being smart out there and wrestling with our strengths. I was really happy with the kids today.
"Aziz was impressive at 152, and did well today," Richard said. "He fought hard in the match against Monty Tech, and I was happy with how he wrestled. There wasn't anything I saw that was wrong with what he did. Usually there is something I can correct, but he didn't have anything for me to complain about, so I was really happy with that. It's his first year wrestling and he's a senior, unfortunately."
3 9. The Mahar meets did not count toward either team's record, however, it was the first ever competitive meet for the Senators.
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three matches by three pins will get an reward. Lambert had a quiet day, earning a pin in his only match. Dylan Hague, at 220 pounds, earned a forfeit against Leominster and pins against his other two opponents. Alex Birri (113 pounds) earned three points for her team against the Blue Devils in a 6 4 win.
finished the day perfect. Monty Tech defeated Leominster for the second time this week, earning the 45 30 victory. The Bulldogs also beat Advanced Math Science Academy, 42 18, and an impressive club team from Mahar Regional, 58 9.
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