Timberlane stormed to the New Hampshire JV wrestling tournament, capturing six titles and sending 10 to the finals. Tim Paglicia had three first-period pins at 170 and Lucas Appleton had three falls at 152, including in 44 seconds in the finals.
Team scores: Timberlane 131, Concord 52, Pinkerton 46, Plymouth 41, Merrimack 36, Nashua South 29, Bishop Guertin 21, Milford 21, Hollis Brookline 18, Salem 14
106: 1. Tyler Fitzpatrick (Tim), 4. Eric Daigle (Pink); 113: 1. Tim McLinden (Tim); 120: 1. Brett Strassell (Sal), 2. Jacob Meaney (Tim); 126: 1. Derek Bohle (Tim), 3. Jake Barr (Lon); 132: 2. Rob Garnett (Pink); 138: 2. Joe Parisik (Tim); 145: 1. Josh Ebert (Pink), 3. Zach Kliska (Tim); 152: 1. Lucas Appleton (Tim); 160: 2. Mike DiGregorio (Tim); 170: 1. Chris Paglicia (Tim); 195: 3. Kyle Olson (Pink); 220: 1. Zach Stewart (Tim); HVY: 2. Steven Longbook (Tim)
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