The No. 13 South River Seahawks were on a mission Friday night, when they took the mat and won 11 of the 14 weightclasses and topped the Severna Park Falcons, 61-14.

Working three pins and a forfeit off the bat, South Rive took a great lead behind Keith (103), A. Alley (112), Perren (119) and C. Alley (125), and went on to win another two matches before a run of another four consecutive six-point wins.

Murphy and Sico pulled off point-wins at 135 and 140, respectively, and four more Seahawks won consecutive bouts between 152 and 189: Thompson, Owens and Santini all pinning and Rossi accepting a forfeit.

Severna Park saw its three wins in M. DiSanti (130), Ziff (145) and Young (215), but it was South River’s Wilson who closed the match with a fall at heavyweight.

The Seahawks next face Eleanor Roosevelt, Feb. 2, and Severna Park takes on Arundel, Feb. 1.


103: Keith (SR) pinned Langlois, :40;
112: A. Alley (SR) pinned Duty, 2:52;
119: Perren (SR) won by forfeit;
125: C. Alley (SR) pinned Myers, 3:20;
130: M. DiSanti (SP) maj. dec. Quintinella, 14-5;
135: Murphy (SR) dec. N. DiSanti, 7-2;
140: Sirco (SR) maj. dec. Valiant, 14-5;
145: Ziff (SP) maj dec. O’Neill, 12-0;
152: Thompson (SR) pinned Allen, 1:36;
160: Owens (SR) pinned Hendrickson, 2:33;
171: Santini (SR) pinned Zander, 5:45;
189: Rossi (SR) won by forfeit;
215: Young (SP) pinned Clow, 5:22;
285: Wilson (SR) pinned Haushalter, :58.