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Discussion Topic: Beat of the East
Roe Fox added to this discussion on December 16, 2017

Absent a major upset Carr and Sasso are on their way to a big finals match.

Breckville looking very good so far.



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Discussion Topic: Beat of the East
Roe Fox added to this discussion on December 17, 2017

And Carr wins 6-3. Breckville places several.



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Don Bork added to this discussion on December 17, 2017

Kinner wins it at 138!



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Nicholas Sestito added to this discussion on December 17, 2017

Just out of curiosity, was Sasso competing at 152 just for kicks or will he cut back down to 145 for the rest of the season?



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Discussion Topic: Beat of the East
Joe Kinzel added to this discussion on December 18, 2017

Quote from Nicholas Sestito's post:

"Just out of curiosity, was Sasso competing at 152 just for kicks or will he cut back down to 145 for the rest of the season?"



http://highschoolsports.lehighvalleylive.com/news/article/2476714766855233341/nazareths-sammy-sasso-steps-up-to-wrestle-the-best-at-beast-of-the-east/

I love it! He bumped up cause he wanted the challenge and knew he would learn from it instead of padding his record.



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Jack Muni added to this discussion on December 18, 2017

And to be honest, he looked terrific in the matches leading up to the finals. And it's not like he got blown away by Carr.



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