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updated: 12/1/2012 9:03 PM

Jacobs wins Richmond tournament

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Austin Ryan was named the Mostr Valuable Wrestler and Jacobs scored 197 points to win the Tom DuBois Wrestling Classic at Richmond-Burton Saturday.

Ross won the 106-pound championship, while Chris Dranka (113) and Mark Mamola (220) also won titles for the Golden Eagles.

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Cody Ferencz was second at 126 for Jacobs, while Kenneth Thompson (120), Daulton Goran (132), Matt Difecchio (170) and Carson Shoemaker (195) all took third place medals home.

Johnsburg finished second with 129 points and Grayslake North was third with 126. Hampshire finished 11th in the 13-team field with 59.5 points.

Elgin at Evanston: The Maroons went 1-2 as a team at the Evanston quad but three Elgin wrestlers remained undefeated on the season. Jeff Morrow (106) had three pins on the day, as did Zach McCullough at 113. At 195, Rich Santana was 2-0 and had an additional forfeit win. The Maroons (5-3), who are undefeated in Upstate Eight Conference competition at 3-0, beat Chicago King 57-18 but lost to Evanston 45-36 and to Wauconda 48-27.

At Fenton: Huntley scored 128 points to finish fourth at the 33rd annual Steve Weiss tournament at Fenton. Lincoln-Way won the event with 239 points, while Deerfield was second at 218 and DeKalb third with 176.5. Huntley got second-place finishes from Brandon Meyer at 126 and Brandon Mabry at 195. John Walker was third for the Red Raiders at 138, while Ricky Vigil (120), Geoff Reif (160) and Christian Thompson (182) all finished fourth.

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