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ARY BEATS DAVIE COUNTY
FOR NCHSAA 4-A DUAL TEAM WRESTLING CROWN
MOCKSVILLE – Cary completed a perfect 30-0 dual meet season as the Imps downed host Davie 40-27 for the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A dual team wrestling championship on Saturday.
The Imps won their seventh NCHSAA dual team title in 13 appearances in the 19-year history of these championships. It was the eighth consecutive appearance for Cary in the championships.
It was the third time in the last four years that Cary and Davie had battled for the title. Cary beat Davie for the 2005 crown and Davie downed the Imps in the ’06 final. The War Eagles made their eighth visit to the finals and were seeking their third title as they fell to 28-3 overall.
PARKLAND ROLLS PAST EDEN MOREHEAD
FOR NCHSAA 3-A DUAL TEAM TITLE
WINSTON-SALEM -- Winston-Salem Parkland successfully defended its North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 3-A dual team wrestling championship on Saturday night, rolling over Eden Morehead 59-6 at Parkland.
Parkland ran its dual meet record to a perfect 39-0 in winning its fourth NCHSAA dual team title. Juan Stimpson of the state champions was selected the Most Outstanding Wrestler of the championship.
Parkland beat Morehead in the finals for the second straight year, having won 34-24 at Morehead for the 2007 title. Morehead was making its eight finals appearance in the last 11 years and had won three of the previous six crowns.
Morehead’s dual team mark was 25-3.
ORANGE DOWNS NEWTON-CONOVER FOR 2-A DUAL TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
NEWTON – Orange slipped past host Newton-Conover 29-25 to capture the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 2-A dual team wrestling championship on Saturday night.
Perennial power Orange won its second dual team title in four years, with a 3-A crown in 2005, and won its 30th dual match against just one loss.
Newton-Conover finished as the runner-up in the dual team tournament for the second consecutive year, losing to Mayodan Dalton McMichael in last year’s final, and the Red Devils ended the dual meet portion of the season with a 41-4 record.
ALLEGHANY MAKES IT THREE STRAIGHT 1-A DUAL TEAM TITLES
ROBBINSVILLE – Alleghany made it three consecutive dual team wrestling state championships on Saturday night, downing Hampstead Topsail 37-28 for the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 1-A dual team wrestling championship at Robbinsville High School.
It was the third consecutive year these two battled for the 1-A championship. Alleghany had won both previous matchups, taking the 2006 title 42-27 and then beating Topsail last year 43-22. Alleghany has now won five NCHSAA dual team wrestling titles.
Alleghany, the Northwest 1-A Conference champion, won its 22nd dual match of the year against three losses, while Topsail dropped to 38-6. Matthew Combs of Alleghany was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler of the final.
Earlier in the day, both Alleghany and Topsail had won regional final matches to advance to the championship. Alleghany had beaten host Robbinsville 40-22 while Topsail got past South Davidson 37-29.