Avon’s Luke Kimery (103) won by forfeit and Brian Rassbach (113) followed with an 8-4 decision over James Pritchett.
Avon’s Bailey Chatterton (120) scored a takedown in the last 10 seconds of his match with Austin Clevenger, sending it to overtime. Chatterton hit a takedown with 27 seconds remaining to keep Avon’s streak alive.
“Our guys that lost those close ones are a little bit younger and I think some age, maturity and mat time outside of the season will definitely improve that,” Bearman said.
Quinn Harris (126) pinned Ben Davis’ Brady Johnson setting up an exciting match at 132.
Avon’s Nick Etienne trailed 5-2 in the second before tying the match with 45 seconds left and the hit a side headlock with 10 seconds remaining to score a takedown and near fall points, winning a 10-5 decision over Jaylen Roth.
“He got himself stupid in the beginning and shouldn’t have been in that situation because he was trying every high risk, low reward move there was and put himself in that hole,” Blevins said. “Luckily, it was nice to see him get out of it.”
Avon’s Marcus Miranda (138) won by fall, Keaton Fainter (145) scored a technical fall, David Frank (152) came back to win a 6-5 decision and Brendon Helm ended the night on a strong note with a second period pin.
Avon now heads to the Hoosier Crossroads Conference tournament in Lafayette this weekend and Blevins said his expectations were “pretty high” for the Orioles.
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