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Indians' win anything but Taylor-made

January 14, 2002

Indians' win anything but Taylor-made



By AL DITZEL
alfredd@herald-mail.com
No. 8 Waynesboro 47 Chambersburg 24

103 - Chip Stover (W) forfeit; 112 - Skylar Rosenberry (C) d. Patrick Greenawalt, 3-2; 119 - Adam Rook (W) forfeit; 125 - Nathan Geesman (W) p. R.J. Seibert, 1:13; 130 - Brian Lisko (W) p. Richard Collier, 1:16; 135 - Eric Kelley (W) tf. Mark Baker, 4:00 (16-0); 140 - Derek Hook (W) p. Caleb Davis, 4:35; 145 - Andy Harkins (C) p. Jason Baumgardner, 4:45; 152 - Nick Sanders (W) p. Chris McLaughlin, :57; 160 - Matt Mohr (W) p. Mark Pyatt, 1:35; 171 - Dan Stoner (C) d. Chad Lasley, 6-2; 189 - Jared Pilgrim (C) p. Abe McKinzie, 1:16; 275 - Brian Crist (C) p. Chris Grubbo, 3:15.

Records - Chambersburg 0-12 (0-8), Waynesboro 3-7 (3-7).



WAYNESBORO, Pa. - It's a little tough to please Waynesboro's first-year wrestling coach Aaron Taylor.

After his Indians disposed to Chambersburg 47-24 in a Mid Penn Colonial, Taylor spoke like a coach on the other end of the stick.

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"The same seven guys are winnning," Taylor said. "We've had those guys win all season, but we're not getting help from the others."

Two of Taylor's more dependable wrestlers are Nathan Geesaman and Nick Sanders.

Geesaman, a junior, has seven straight pins.

"I pinned a pretty good kid in the semifinals of the (Conestoga Valley)," Geesaman said. "I think I picked up a lot of confidence."

Geesaman (15-2) needed only 1:13 to pin in his 125-pound bout.

"Yeah, I like the cradle," Geesaman said of his finishing hold. Geesaman used an ankle pick to a cradle and, when the hold was broken, latched on another cradle.

Sanders (9-1), an All-Area wrestler for The Herald-Mail last year, was off to a slow start because of a concussion and some weight considerations.

"It's mental for me," Sanders said. "I just have to get my head into it and keep working hard."

Sanders needed only 57 seconds for his pin at 152.

Brian Lisko (130), Derek Hook (140) and Matt Mahr (160) also pinned for No. 8 Waynesboro (3-7, 3-7).

Lisko (15-4) needed 1:16 for his pin and Mahr needed 1:35.

Chambersburg (0-12, 0-8) picked up pins from Andy Harkins (145), Jared Pilgrim (189) and Brian Crist (275). Stoner's fall took 1:16.

Waynesboro was without heavyweight Jeb Keller, who was away on a football recruiting trip.

 
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