Windham's wrestling team remained unbeaten in Division 3 with a 66-9 thrashing of Pelham. In two of the best matches of the day, Windham's Jeff Armstrong edged Pelham's Jared Boyden 8-6 in overtime at 106 while, at 138, Pelham's Kevin DeAngelo prevailed by the same 8-6 score.
106: Jeff Armsrong (W) dec. 8-6, OT; 113: Zach Sprague (W) pin 5:40; 120: Josh Medeiros (P) pin :47; 126: Austin Messina (W) pin 3:57; 132: Alex DeSimone (W) by forfeit; 138: Kevin DeAngelo (P) dec. 8-6; 145: Jeremy Cocciardi (W) pin 4:51; 152: Shiloh VanHyll (W) by forfeit; 160: Gage Fenton (W) pin 3:12; 170: Connor Golden (W) dec. 8-2; 182: Chris Ferri (W) pin 5:33; 195: Corey Alberico (W) by forfeit; 220: Kody Folsom (W) by forfeit; HVY: David Crichton (W) by forfeit
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