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Bruins place fifth at Seneca

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Princeton's Dallas Hill rode out two wins over Erie/Prophetstown and Morrison Thursday at Prouty Gym.
Princeton's Dallas Hill rode out two wins over Erie/Prophetstown and Morrison Thursday at Prouty Gym.

The St. Bede Bruins placed fifth of 15 teams at Saturday’s Seneca Irish Invite wrestling tournament.

Charlie Korey (126) and Noah Setser (132) led the Bruins with third-place finishes. Other place-finishers for the Bruins included fourths to Dom Bima (106) and 138 Beau Bonnell (138), fifth to Evan Sartain (182) and sixth to Camren Barto (285).

At Princeton: The Tigers split matches with Morrison (54-30) and Erie/Prophetstown (9-65) Thursday. Dallas Hill (195) was the only winner on the mat for the Tigers against E/P and came back with a fall against the Mustangs.

Other winners in action against Morrison were Gabe Thompson (138), Payton Hammerich (160), Zach Bohms (170) and Kody Mongan (182).

At Mendota: Princeton beat host Mendota 42-27, but lost to Stillman Valley 49-18 Monday.

Bowling

At Oregon: The Hall girls placed fourth and the boys seventh in Saturday’s Oregon Hawk Invite.

Hall’s Erin Biccochi was second overall with a 1,208 series, averaging 201. Also for Hall, Emily Breland added a 1,028, Katie Folder a 793, Hannah Goodrum a 759, Destiny Harmon a 704.

Top bowler for the Hall boys were Westley Schmidt (1,086) and Alex Winner (1,079). Other Red Devils included Zebec Parochetti (1,035), John Moore (940), Robert Harrison (833) and Bobby Groleau (116).

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