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Karl England competes in a match earlier in the season for the Hartselle wrestling team. He is one of two seniors on this year's team. Photo submitted by Jon Stephenson.

Hartselle Wrestling closes out regular season with three victories

HARTSELLE – The Hartselle wrestling team closed out the regular season at home on Tuesday night. They hosted Deshler, Florence, and Westminster Academy.

It was senior night for Hartselle. They honored Nick Countess and Karl England for their careers as Tigers.

They picked up wins in each of the matches as they defeated Deshler 50 – 24, Florence 56 – 15, and Westminister Christian Academy 47 – 33.

Jameson Falciani (113), Lincoln Bryant (120), James England (152), Brody Wade (160), Brian Torbert (182), and Ryan Garrison (285) picked up wins during each match.

Hartselle finished its dual meet record with 16 wins and 9 losses.

COACH STEPHENSON’S THOUGHTS

Tonight was a good night for us. It gave us and opportunity to honor our 2 seniors, Nick Countess and Karl England and their parents at Senior Night.  It also gave us some momentum as we prepare for the Sectionals Tournament next weekend.

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The Tigers will travel to Birmingham for the Sectionals Tournament at the Birmingham Crossplex. The top eight finishers in each weight class will qualify for the AHSAA State Tournament in Huntsville on February 13-15.

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