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Wrestling Regional Champs Eye State Duals

This week, Barons Wrestling competed against Walter Johnson and Whitman in the Battle of Bethesda, and in the Regional Tournament at Eleanor Roosevelt High School.
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Baron Wrestling celebrates a win at Regionals

This week, Barons Wrestling competed against Walter Johnson and Whitman in the Battle of Bethesda, and in the Regional Tournament at Eleanor Roosevelt High School.

On Feb. 6 and Feb. 8, B-CC cemented their status as Regional Champs after participating in the Regional Tournament. On Tuesday, B-CC mashed Parkdale by a score of 78-6, with an astounding 13 pins, which saw the Barons through to the Semifinals. In the Semis, the team took on Blair, to whom they had previously lost in a Duals match. This time, B-CC avenged their defeat by winning 31-29. Pins from Senior Captain Seth Weaver, Junior Captain Nizhoni Deschene, and Freshman Kanik Deschene secured the victory. The win over Blair put B-CC into the Finals against Laurel High School. Barons brought down the hammer against their opponent, cementing their status as Regional Champions, winning by a score of 42-30. Six pins in the meet came from Weaver, Kanik Deschene, Senior Luke Smith, Junior Ethan Makle, Sophomore Felipe Jacome, and Senior Ronen Israel.

On Saturday, Feb. 3, B-CC played Walt Whitman High School and Walter Johnson High School at home. They managed to beat WJ by a score of 36-27 but unfortunately fell to Whitman 42-19. Over the course of the two matches, B-CC had five pins, with Weaver, Senior Israel, and Makle securing pins against WJ, and Nizhoni Deschene pinning against Whitman and WJ. “Securing a pin in a win against WJ [boosted] my confidence heading into Regionals. It show[ed] that I have the ability to dominate my opponents,” Makle said.

The Barons aren’t done yet, however, as the focus moves to tomorrow, Feb. 10, when B-CC will compete for the State Duals Championship.

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