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BEA 35 Huntingdon 30

BEA defeated Huntingdon, 35-30, tonight at Wingate in a down to the wire dual meet similar the one last year in Huntingodn (which the Bearcats won).

Dual meet began at 120 and Huntingdon started off with a 4-3 decision.

BEA got a 3rd period fall at 126 and Huntingdon answered with a fall at 132 to take a 9-6 lead.

BEA picked up tech falls at 138 and 145 and a fall at 152 to go up 22-9.

Huntingdon answered with a fall at 160 and a 9-5 decision at 170 to cut BEA's lead to 22-18.

BEA got a 12-1 major decision at 182 to go up 26-18.

Huntingdon got a fall at 195, a tight 3-2 decision at 220, and an 11-5 decision at 285 to take a 30-26 lead into the final two bouts.

BEA took a 32-30 with a fall at 106 and then clinched the dual meet's final 35-30 score with a very close 8-6 decision at 113 that was not decided until the final buzzer with the wrestlers finishing neutral in a scramble.

BEA is now 2-0 on the season after beating Clearfield, 40-30, on December 12th. Huntingdon is 1-1 as the Bearcats beat Tyrone 63-9 last week. With the win tonight, BEA took early season control of the race for the Mountain League Championship.