Braves come out on top of wild sectional
PORTLAND – At one point early Adams Central found itself 40 points ahead of sectional bully Bellmont, but the Braves made up ground in the consolation semi-finals and completely closed the gap in the placement round to win their 22nd straight title with 228 points Saturday in the Jay County wrestling sectional. Central, still had a chance with the final round winding down, but settled for second with 222 points and South Adams took third with 212.
The three county schools overwhelmed the rest of the field. South Adams had a sectional leading five champions, overtaking their previous high of four (1979 and 2011), and advanced 10 wrestlers total. Adams Central finished with three ch...
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