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Lex Wrestlers Post Double Win

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/13/2012

Lexington hosted a four-way meet yesterday afternoon and came away with a big win. The Minutemen are defending Division II state runners-up and aren't about to rest on laurels from a season ago. Although they lost a state champion and several other key wrestlers, they return Jacob Kasper, a 4th place finisher at state, and Josh Lehner, a 220 pound state champion. They were double winners last night along with seven other dual winners. Lexington beat the Columbian Tornadoes in round one, 60 points to 10. They squared off against Loudonville, who pinned Edison in round one. Lex scored 51 points to the Redbirds 25.

   
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