Despite missing several starters with injuries and other commitments, the Windham wrestling team surprised Plymouth, 42-30, handing it its first Division 3 loss of the season. The Jaguars had five pins, perhaps the most surprising being by Brian Matthews at 113 and heavyweight David Crichton.
"This was a good win for us," said Windham coach Tom Darrin, whose club improved to 9-1.
106: Jeff Armstrong pin :28; 113: Brian Matthews pin 1:19; 120: Zach Sprague major dec. 14-6; 132: Dylan Swiderski tech. fall 16-1; 170: Connor Golden dec. 7-5 ; 182: Chris Ferri pin 5:43; 195: Corey Alberico pin 2:21; HVY: David Crichton pin 4:26
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