Edmond tallies fall at 141

Isaiah Edmond (c) 2019 David Sinclair/McDaniel College
Isaiah Edmond (c) 2019 David Sinclair/McDaniel College

THE FACTS
Ursinus (7-3, 2-2 CC) 25, McDaniel (10-12, 0-7 CC) 15
What:
Centennial Conference (CC) wrestling meet
When:
Saturday, Feb. 2
Where: Collegeville, Pa.

THE SKINNY STORY
Ursinus won seven bouts, including the final four, to top McDaniel 25-16 in the conference dual finale.

THE LEADERS
Isaiah Edmond (Waldorf, Md./North Point) led the Green Terror with a 1-minute, 42-second pin at 141.
Cole Nagle (Highland Lakes, N.J./Vernon Twp.) added a 48-second fall at 165.

FOR THE FOES
• Collin Wickramaratna led the Bears with a 13-4 major decision at 125.
• William McGinley wrapped up the match with a 5-0 win at heavyweight.

THE REST OF THE STORY
• After the 13-4 Collin Wickramaratna win, Ryker Eckenbarger (Finksburg, Md./Westminster) evened the team score with a 10-2 victory at 133.
Isaiah Edmond pushed the lead to 10-4 with his pin before Patrick Rowe and Jarret DiGiantomasso each won by decision to even the score once again. Rowe won 10-5 at 149 before DiGiantomasso was victorious 7-4 at 157.
• Cole Nagle used his pin to once again open up a six-point lead but Gary Nagle and Anthony Cutrufello drew the Bears even once again. Nagle won 5-0 at 174 before Cutrufello was a 6-4 winner at 184.
• Brady Herr won by forfeit at 197 before the McGinley win sealed the match.

THE INSIDE STORY
125: Collin Wickramaratna (U) maj. dec. Robert Kaminksi 13-4; 133: Ryker Eckenberger (M) maj. dec. Brandon Miller 10-2; 141: Isaiah Edmond (M) pinned Kyle Seibert 1:42; 149: Patrick Rowe (U) dec. Skyler Minutelli 10-5; 157: Jarret DiGiantomasso (U) dec. Wade Bishop 7-4; 165: Cole Nagle (M) pinned Alex Koenig 0:48; 174: Gary Nagle (U) dec. Garrett Vanderwalk 5-0; 184: Anthony Cutrufello (U) dec. Ronnie Wuest 6-4; 197: Brady Herr (U) won by forfeit; HWT: William McGinley (U) dec. Ethan Wolf 5-0.

NEXT UP
McDaniel returns to action at the Centennial Conference championship hosted by Merchant Marine on Saturday. Action begins at 10 a.m.