With a win over Eleanor Roosevelt, Thursday night, the No. 6 South River Seahawks finished the 2011-2012 regular season perfectly at 14-0, and now set their sights on the postseason.

South River got off to a fast start against the Prince George’s County team, winning the first six matches of the night, four of them by way of fall. In total, the Seahawks recorded 11 wins in the 14 bouts for a 58-9 win.

Jordan Orme (106 pounds) started of the night with a second-perios pin over Levi Gayatao, and then watched Josh Perren (113) take care of his opponent, John Inda, in just 58 seconds.  

Austin Alley (120) scored a 16-7 major decision over Ben Ganda in a match where he displayed superior takedown skills, totaling six in the first two periods. The major decision pushed the Seahawks lead to 16-0 over the visiting Raiders.

Tre Puccinelli (126) needed just 41 seconds in his bout against Chris Nguyen to get the fall, and Joe Coyle (132) followed with a 51 second pin of his own.

Colin Alley (138) broke a 2-2 tie in the second period by scoring seven-straight points in route to a 9-3 decision over Chris Grunberg, and Eleanor Roosevelt’s Jon Jones (145) got the Raiders on the board with a 6-4 decision over Daniel Murphy.

Brandon Norris (160) took care of John Manlangit by way of a fall in just over a minute, with Ryan Walker (170) blanking Miles Robinson, 6-0, for a Seahawks lead, 46-3.

Roosevelt’s Aburough Abegesah (182) held on to a 10-7 decision over Travis Clow after building a 10-2 lead, and found himself fighting off a late surge from Clow, who was trying to turn the Raider grappler at the final buzzer.

Anthony Rossi (195) had the fastest match of the night, as he finished off Chris McDowney in just 28 seconds.

In the last and most exciting bout of the evening, Roosevelt’s Tommy Boozer held on to a 4-2 win over Colin Wilson, who, a lot like Clow, was coming on strong at the end.

Wilson had a chance for a takedown late that would have tied the match, 4-4, but could not get control of Boozer, before the final buzzer.

The Seahawks won the dual meet tonight over Roosevelt, 58-9, and finished the regular season 14-0. South River boasts an overall record of 28-2 including the dual meet tournaments, and are the second seed in the Class 3A/4A East Region when heading to No. 5 River Hill for the Regional Duals, Wednesday.

River Hill won the rights to host the event with their perfect run through the regular season, and will host third-seed Stephen Decatur and fourth-seed No. 11 Meade.