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RLC Warriors Goes 2-1 at Lincoln Duals
 January 23, 2013

LINCOLN, Ill. (Jan. 22, 2013) – Rend Lake College wrestlers went 2-1 at the Lincoln Duals this past weekend at Lincoln College. Rend Lake defeated Muskegon Community College 23-19 and Olivet 27-15, and lost to host Lincoln College 31-14.
Against Olivet: RLC’s Gabriel Bartok (Carbondale) won by forfeit at 133 pounds; Eric Tozzi (Ramseur, N.C.) won by major decision over Olivet’s Matt Darling 11-2 at 141 pounds; Skyler Procasky (Belleville) won by technical fall over Olivet’s Bryce Baase 16-0 at 149 pounds; Justin Cash (Franklin, Tenn.) won by decision over Olivet’s Daniel Fleet 8-4 at 157; Olivet’s Rocky Cantu won by decision over Juan Stimpson (Asheboro, N.C.) 2-1 at 165; RLC’s Anthony Jehn (Beech Grove, Ind.) won by decision over Nicholas Affricano 5-3 at 174; Nicholas Allen won by injury default over RLC’s Austin Warren (Newburgh, Ind.) at 184; Olivet’s Thomas Hall won by forfeit at 197; and Coltyn Pease (Pittsfield) won by injury default over Olivet’s Dustin Gajowiak at heavyweight.
Against Lincoln: LC’s Ignace Hakizimana won by forfeit at 125; Alex Jones won by decision over  Bartok 8-5; Tozzi won by forfeit; LC’s Takil Agnew won by decision over Procasky 10-3; Cash won by technical fall over Luke Dunn 25-10; Darnell Thomas won by decision over Stimpson 10-7; Alex Young won by major decision over Jehn 17-5; Warren won by decision over Kyle Harris 6-2; LC’s West Cathcart  won by forfeit; and Dequence Goodman won by pin over Pease at 3:25.

Against Muskegon: Tyler Gibson (MCC) won by forfeit; Bartok won by decision over Andrew Nold 4-3; Tozzi won by technical fall over Michael Lackney 15-0; Procasky won by decision over Chase Singleton 6-3; Cash won by pin over Brandon Smith at 2:34; Stimpson won by decision over Dillon Francisco 5-3; Justin Johnson won by major decision over Jehn 13-4; Zachary Johnston won by decision over Warren 7-6; Thomas Bolday (MCC) won by forfeit; and Pease won by decision over Jeffrey Tautolo 3-2.
Next up for the Warriors is the Greyhound Open Tournament, Feb. 2, in Indianapolis, Ind. For all things athletic at The Lake, visit RLC online at www.rlc.edu/warriors.

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