Davies posts 100th career win as Cats defeat TH

Photo contributed Catskill wrestler Jesse Davies (center) earned his 100th career victory on Thursday.

CRARYVILLE — Senior Jesse Davies achieved a milestone on Thursday by recording his 100th career victory in Catskill’s 68-15 win over Taconic Hills in Patroon Conference wrestling action.

Davies won by technical fall over the Titans’ Zachary Wessel, 17-2, in the 145-pound division.

“Jesse is a team captain and is the epitome of the Catskill Wrestling Team motto “ Gentlemen, Scholars, and Athletes,” Catskill coach Dick Mandigo said. “Jesse is a dedicated and successful student and athlete. He is a true leader by word and example.”

Wrestling has been a famil affair for the Davies. Jesse’s brother Caleb, a student at SUNY Albany, was a very successful wrestler. Sisters Katia, Meghan and Sarah have been the scorekeepers and statisticians for over a ten year span. Coach Mandigo says that his scorekeepers are the most important members of the team.

Results

99 — Chase Allen (C) won by forfeit; 106 — Colin Brackett (TH) won by forfeit; 113 — Shane Fallon (TH) pinned Hunter Bulich; 120 — Dan Smith (C) won by forfeit; 126 — Seth Marquart (C) won by forfeit; 132 — Marco Dodig (C) pinned Dylan Mottoshiski; 138 — Diego Dodig (C) won by forfeit; 145 — Jesse Davies (C) won by technical fall over Zachary Wessel, 17-2; 152 — Collin Wheeler (C) won by forfeit; 160 — Logan Denniston (C) pinned Ryan Schermerhorn; 170 — Stephen Forbes (C) pinned Robert Burns; 182 — Justin Uvino (C) decisioned Logan Phillips, 6-2; 195 — Christopher Doty (TH) decisioned Jerome Van Alstyne, 1-0 SV-1; 220 — Ricky Edwards (C) pinned Justin Acklin; 285 — Will Rogers (C) won by forfeit.

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