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February 10, 2013

H.S. WRESTLING: Central’s Fair win regional title

RICHMOND — Madison Central senior Tucker Fair rolled to a regional title Saturday at the KHSAA Region 7 Wrestling Championships at Woodford County High School.

Fair won all his matches in the tournament by pin and defeated a Henry Clay wrestler in the championship match of the 220-pound weight class. The senior advances to next weekend’s state tournament.

In the opening round of the event, Fair defeated Nate Hill of Woodford County to claim his 100th career high school victory.

Central heavyweight Paul Couch also advanced to the regional final, but lost to Landon Young of Lafayette. Young won by decision, 3-1.

Central’s Logan Thomas suffered a loss Saturday, then bounced back to win two consolation round matches and finished third in the 195-pound weight class.

Storm Savage (170 pounds) won his opening round match on Friday before suffering two straight losses.

Jack Lindsey (152 pounds) bounced back from a first-round loss with a win by pin, then fell in consolation bracket action Saturday.

Central’s Dylan Mayes (145), Conner Caskey (138) and Ryan McManus (106) lost both their matches at the regional meet. Freshman Chris Morrow (126) picked up a win Saturday in the consolation bracket, before being eliminated.

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