Richmond Hill claims state wrestling duals title
2018-01-14T05:50:45Z2018-01-14T05:50:45ZBy Jake Wallace, Sports Reporter/Anchor
Photo courtesy: Skyler Aguilar
MACON, GA (WTOC) -
Richmond Hill earned their first state wrestling duals title Saturday afternoon.The Wildcats took down Alexander 37-26 in the Class 6A finals at the Macon Centreplex Saturday.
The Savannah State Tigers found their tempo in the second half Saturday, routing Maryland-Eastern Shore 87-59 at home. The Tigers outscored the Hawks 52-25 in the final 20 minutes, shooting just under 50% for the half. Five SSU players scored in double figures, led by Javaris Jenkins' 17 points. Alante Fenner added 15 points and 11 rebounds off the bench for the Tigers. Savannah State improves to 5-13 overall and 2-1 in MEAC play. The Tigers host Howard Monday night at Tiger Arena.
The Georgia Bulldogs earned the program's 8th Thrasher Cup with a 6-2 win over Georgia Tech Saturday. That is the most of any team in the history of the Savannah Tire Hockey Classic. The Yellow Jackets could've made the history for themselves, but four unanswered Ice Dawg goals sent the trophy back to Athens. With Florida's loss earlier Saturday, Tech simply needed to win to claim the Thrasher Cup.
The dreaded "College basketball ran long, so we have to kill sports" has happened...
I'll see you at 11 with @Jaguars reaction, more on the @AtlantaFalcons final play call, and @UGA_WBB knocking off a Top 25 opponent.
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