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STATE DUAL AAA (real state tournament)

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Region 8 is Arlington and Bartlett. The field is set

update: just kidding.  Apparently Houston beat Bartlett for true second. Didn’t know anyone still did that! So it is Arlington and Houston from 8

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Brentwood wrestling takes down Centennial for region title

Posted by Sam McGaw
Date: January 26, 2018
 
Brentwood High’s wrestling team was handed its first loss of the season against Centennial less than a week ago.

On Thursday, the Bruins (18-2) enacted their revenge with a 38-21 takedown of the Cougars in the Region 7-AAA duals championship at Independence.

Both teams earned automatic bids to the Class AAA state duals tournament with their region finals appearance.

Brentwood’s Brennan Jennings (113 lbs), Johnny Feldhacker (170 lbs) and Charles Roston (285 lbs) earned wins via fall against Centennial, while teammates Isaac Asselin (138 lbs) and Colby Finch (160 lbs) won by decision.

Brentwood’s Drake Cunningham won via 11-9 sudden victory and Chad Milasauskas (132) won by technical fall.

Centennial’s Stephen McCullough (120 lbs), Nicholas Humphries (145 lbs) and Leo Gearhert (152 lbs) won by decision, while Dylan Ables (106 lbs) and Tyson Lacher (126 lbs) both won by fall.

Brentwood beat Antioch 45-27 in the opening round and Independence 35-29 in the semifinals. Centennial took down Cane Ridge 49-30 and Overton 36-32 to reach the finals.

The Class AAA state duals tournament will take place February 3-4 at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center in Franklin

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9 minutes ago, mrfixalot49 said:

What is the link to the AAA brackets. Having trouble finding them.

When you go to tssaa.org site let it load and then you will see this red banner that is another tssaa championship link.

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Great job by Beech piecing that team back together after some tough bumps in the road with injuries and illness and finding a way to avenge some losses and get back to the dance! Werazzlin taking care of business and peaking at the right time! 

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3 hours ago, KingGreene said:

Great job by Beech piecing that team back together after some tough bumps in the road with injuries and illness and finding a way to avenge some losses and get back to the dance! Werazzlin taking care of business and peaking at the right time! 

It’s a very interesting case. They have 7 guys who are threats to be on the podium, I’d say atleast 4 of those 7 can win it all. Those guys need to show up and take over. Get bonus points everywhere they can. But Beech’s success at Duals will hinge on the other 7. Can they pull out some big wins, can they avoid giving up bonus points. Will be fun to watch. 

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