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Morrisville State wrestling 0-2 at Kings College duals

SCRANTON, PA – The Morrisville State College wrestling team posted two losses at the Kings College tri-match on Saturday afternoon, with Justin Delamothe (Cross River, NY) leading the Mustangs efforts with two individual wins at the 125 pound weight class.

Against Messiah, Delamothe posted a pin over opponent Danny Lethbridge in 2:40, and Sam O’Donnell (Cortland, NY) tallied a 12-4 major decision over Ethan Covalt at 285 in the 36-9 loss.

Delamothe was the lone winner for the Mustangs against Kings, posting a 7-3 decision over Mike Tobasco of Kings in the Mustangs 39-6 loss.

Morrisville State returns to the mats Tuesday for a dual against Oswego State in Oswego.

Complete match results:

Messiah 36 - Morrisville State 9
125- Justin Delamothe (Mo) pinned Danny Lethbridge (Me): 2:40
133- Andrew Clark (Me) dec. Akinniran Akinfemi (Mo): 9-2
141- Alex DeHart (Me) maj.dec. Brian Latham (Mo): 10-2
149- Logan Putnam (Me) dec. Goodson Philippe (Mo): 5-3
157- Matt Cross (Me) maj. dec. Nathaniel Cross (Mo): 8-0
165- Trent Zempel (Me) pinned Spencer Brady (Mo): 2:50
174- Mike Hojnacki (Me) pinned Zachary McCutcheon (Mo): 5:22
184- Travis Ebersole (Me) pinned Wheeler Brunschmid (Mo): 3:46
197- Patrick Hogan (Me) maj. dec. Henry Petry (Mo): 12-2
285- Sam O’Donnell (Mo) maj. dec. Ethan Covalt (Me): 12-4
* Morrisville penalized one team point for unsportsmanlike conduct on bench

King’s 39 - Morrisville State 6
125- Justin Delamothe (Mo) dec. Mike Tobasco (K): 7-3
133- Anthony Miele (K) pinned Akinniran Akinfemi (Mo): 0:43
141- Frankie Davis (K) tech. fall Brian Latham (Mo): 19-3
149- Chris Puorro (K) maj. dec. Goodson Philippe (Mo): 11:-2
157- Taylor Green (K) tech. fall Nathaniel Cross (Mo): 17-0
165- James Etienne (Mo) dec. Adam Kerrin (K): 9-4
174- David Foley (K) dec. Zach McCutcheon (Mo): 17-11
184- Frank Marinucci (K) maj. dec. Wheeler Brunschmid (Mo): 16-8
197- Peter Dwyer (K) pinned Henry Petry (Mo): 1:50
285- Chris Rash (K) pinned Sam O’Donnell (Mo): 3:40

King’s 22 – Messiah 12
125- Danny Lethbridge (Me) dec. Michael Tabasco (K): 5-4
133- Anthony Miele (K) maj. dec. Andrew Rentzel (Me): 11-2
141- Frankie Davis (K) dec. Alex DeHart (Me): 3-2
149- Domineak Commodore (Me) dec. Chris Puorro (K): 8-7
157- Taylor Green (K) dec. Matt Cross (Me): 3-1
165- Trent Zempel (Me) dec. Jerry Robbins (K):8-2
174- David Foley (K) dec. Craig Hogan (Me): 9-5
184- Tim Stewart (Me) dec. Frank Marinucci (K): 9-4
197- Peter Dwyer (K) dec. Pat Hogan (Me): 3-0
285- Chris Rash (K) dec. Zane Bachert (Me): won by injury default


Morrisville State College offers more than 80 bachelor and associate degrees and options. Considered to be one of the most technologically advanced colleges in the nation for its ThinkPad University program and wireless technology initiative, the college recently became the first in the nation to comprehensively replace landlines in residence halls with individual cellular phones. Morrisville State College was also chosen as one of the top five colleges in the nation for campus activities by Campus Activities magazine.

The Morrisville State College Norwich Campus offers associate degree programs in accounting, business, computer systems technology, office administration, liberal arts transfer, nursing, early childhood, criminal justice and human services to south central New York residents and employers. Students may also apply coursework to other associate or bachelor degrees at the main campus.