Gaels win big on the road

HAMPTON – The Harvey brothers recorded three of St. Edmond’s seven falls in the Gaels 55-18 victory over Hampton-Dumont on Thursday night.

Eddie Harvey (132) was on the mat for the least amount of time, recording his fall in 38 seconds over Korbin Jobe.

“Eddie came out right away and took him down to his back,” Utley said. “It was nice for Parker (Huebsch) to get back into the lineup and get a fall.”

Eddie’s twin brother, fifth-ranked, Teddie took care ofIsrael Rodriguez in 2:46 in their 152-pound match.

Younger brother, topped-ranked Vinnie, won his 220-pound event in 2:38 over Kendrick Sunken.

The Gaels picked up nine bonus point victories in their 10 wins.

“We came out aggressive,” Utley said. “We’re heading in the right direction and we have to carry that into the postseason.”

Also recording falls for the Gaels was Nick Johnson (126), Matt Stumpf (138), Parker Huebsch (145) and Dillon Nelson (182).

Jacob Salisbury (195) earned a major decision and eighth-ranked Ryan Szalat (106) won by decision. Kaden McClintcock (113) won by forfeit.

The Gaels are back in action on Saturday when they head to the South Central Calhoun Duals.