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Ringgold's Kenny Tarpley takes control of Connellsville's Brenden Cooper in their 132-pound match.

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By The Valley Independent
Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2013, 12:06 a.m.
 

Ringgold's wrestling team will be looking to rebound from its first loss tonight at Albert Gallatin after dropping a 42-24 decision to Connellsville Tuesday in a Class AAA Section 2A match.

The Rams (1-1) got a pin from Tyus Bundy (106), who pinned Anthony Tuchek at 3:49.

Ringgold's Devin Fallenstein (170) came away with a hard-earned 3-1 decision over Dale Provance in overtime.

Also winning by decision for the Rams were Kenny Tarpley (132), who won by an 8-6 count, Jake Gerard (145), who won 2-1, and heavyweight Taylor Bass who won by a 1-0 score over Connellsville's Dakota McWilliams.

Also for Ringgold, Doug Gudenburr beat Connellsville's Tyler Kenney by an injury disqualification in the third period.

Tonight's match at AG begins at 7:30 p.m.

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