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2011-12 BCR Wrestling Honor Roll

James Dove (Senior, PHS): The senior 138-pounder recorded the second most wins for the Tigers this season with a 25-11 record to reach the coveted 25-win club at PHS.

Logan McCauley (Senior, PHS): The PHS senior pinned Amboy’s Nathan Schrock for third-place in the Princeton Regional to advance to sectionals. He finished the season at 19-22.

James Peacock (Sophomore, St. Bede, 132): The sophomore 132-pounder from Princeton returned from a hand injury as a result of a cutting accident with a buzz saw to qualify for sectionals, placing second at the Eureka Regional. He finished the season at 11-6, winning the Morrison Tournament and placing second in the Seneca Tournament at 138 pounds.

Earl Towne (Senior, PHS): The 2011-12 Wrestler of the Year led all area grapplers with a 32-9 record this season and advanced the farthest in the postseason. He put his name on the 25-win club for the second straight season. He placed second at the LeRoy Tournament, fourth at Stillman Valley and eighth in the Princeton Invitational.

Ben Staton (Senior, PHS): A move up from 220 pounds to heavyweight for the Princeton Regional helped the PHS senior qualify for sectionals. He finished at 13-17.

Brendan Zimmerman (Junior, St. Bede): The 182-pounder had the most wins of any Bruin wrestler this year with a 17-11 record. He placed fourth in the Eureka Regional.

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