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Varsity Wrestling Tournament
@ Oakfield-Alabama Central School
Saturday, March 17, 1951
1. Oakfield-Alabama 60 points
2. Albion 54
3. Lyndonville 29
4. Holley 19
(Winners advance to Class B Sectionals.)
95 - Charles Plummer (Albion) p. Fred Miller (Holley), 1:55
105 - Gerald Scroger (O-A) p. Robert Coville (Albion), 2:29
112 - Wayne Smith (Albion) p. Jerald Mooney (O-A), 6:15
120 - John Klopp (Albion) p. Robert Bell (Holley), 3:05
127 - George Plummer (Albion) dec. Donald Petote (Holley), 8:05
133 - Teddy Czuba (O-A) p. James Enderby (Lyndonville), 1:29
138 - Jack Berg (O-A) dec. Arthur Coville (Albion), 4:00
145 - Duane Hagen (O-A) p. Woods (Lyndonville), 1:15
154 - Herbert Oakes (O-A) p. Howard Rogers (Lyndonville), 1:01
166 - Norman Penasack (Albion) p. Paul Goetz (Lyndonville), 2:35
176 - Stanley Ren (O-A) p. Robert Blanchard (Lyndonville), :56
UNL - Roger McGee (O-A) dec. Richard Canham (Albion), 8:04
OAKFIELD WRESTLERS WIN G-O LOOP TITLE
Villagers Take Seven Firsts, Albion Captures Five.
LYNDONVILLE IS THIRD
The Daily News, Batavia, NY
Tuesday, March 20, 1951
Full Text: Copyright
1951 The Daily News.
Reproduced with the permission of The Daily News.
The Oakfield-Alabama Central School wrestling team won the Genesee-Orleans
championship at Oakfield Saturday. Coach George Messinger's defending champions
were pushed hard by able Albion bone crushers who learned their tricks from
Coach Mike Spierdowis.
Oakfield took seven first places and Albion five. Coach Arnold Hartsen's
Lyndonville musclemen clinched third place while Ken Harris and his Holley
grapplers took fourth place.
The tournament was packed with action in both the afternoon semifinals and the
evening finals. Robert Bell, Holley's defending 120-pound champ, was pinned by
John Klopp of Albion and 127-pound Donald Petote, also defending champ from
Holley, was decisioned by George Plummer of Albion
Roger McGee of Oakfield retained his title by taking a decision from Richard
Canham of Albion in the unlimited class.
The winners in each weight class will tangle with the Wyoming County tournament
winners to decide a team to enter the Rochester sectional tournament to be held
on April 7.