2018 Bayside Conference wrestling championships

CAMBRIDGE – North Caroline High School squeaked passed Stephen Decatur to earn the 2018 Bayside Conference wrestling championship. The Bulldogs scored 208 points in the two-day tournament that ended on Saturday, while the Seahawks collected 206.
Jalen Teagle was the most successful Dorchester athlete of the tournament, as the North Dorchester Eagle won the 138-pound class.
North Dorchester High School placed ninth of the 15 teams, with 94 points. Cambridge-South Dorchester was eleventh, with 74.5.
Other team results were James M. Bennett, third, 163.5; Kent Island, fourth, 161; Queen Anne’s, fifth, 149; Parkside, sixth, 128; Snow Hill, seventh, 121; Easton, eighth, 103.5; Colonel Richardson, tenth, 91; Mardela, twelfth, 69; Wicomico, thirteenth, 39; Kent County, fourteenth, 36.5; and St. Michaels, fifteenth, 28.
The top eight boys in each weight class are guaranteed places in the regional championships. Dorchester grapplers who earned those spots are:
106 – Dazheem Emory, Cambridge-South Dorchester, 6th; Ledger Bates, North Dorchester, 8th
126 – Joe Bates, ND, 3rd
132 – Dawson Betts, C-SD, 5th
138 – Jalen Teagle, ND, 1st
145 – Cullen Cannon, C-SD, 2nd
152- Mizell Cooper, ND, 2nd
160 – Wyatt Gibbs, ND, 8th
170 – Camren Lake, C-SD, 3rd
182 – Jayke Conner, ND, 4th
220 – Zachary Lewis, C-SD, 6th

Dave Ryan is editor of the Dorchester Banner. He can be reached at dryan@newszap.com.

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