Wrestling: Concord closes regular season with loss to Timberlane on Senior  Night

Concord senior wrestler Griffin Norwalt won his 126 pound match on Wednesday night. The Tide closed out the regular season with a tough dual against powerhouse Timberlane. Concord next competes in the Division I championship on Feb. 17.

Concord senior wrestler Griffin Norwalt won his 126 pound match on Wednesday night. The Tide closed out the regular season with a tough dual against powerhouse Timberlane. Concord next competes in the Division I championship on Feb. 17. GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff

By DAN ATTORRI

Monitor staff

Published: 02-08-2024 12:05 AM

Wrestling on his home mats for the final time, Concord senior captain Griffin Norwalt captured a victory at 126 pounds with a second period pin, one of two victories for the Crimson Tide on Senior Night as Concord fell to Timberlane, 52-15, in the regular season finale.

Norwalt pinned Cam Pettengill, sophomore Wayne Gutierrez-Sakakeeny pinned Caleb Goldman 1:02 into the 285 match and sophomore Max Chung won a 3-2 decision over Jacob Morrissey at 150 for all of the Tide’s victories.

Senior captains Hunter Richard (132) and Levi Madison (138) battled hard, narrowly losing matches by decision, 5-3 and 6-4, respectively.

Concord ends the regular season with a 19-2 record in dual matches and will compete in the Division I championship at Londonderry High School on Feb. 17.

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