Nov. 12, 2012
RALEIGH, N.C. - Ben Dorsay picked up four wins to finish second at 157, while Chris Jastrzebski battled through the consolation bracket to take seventh at 184 on Sunday in a full day of action at the Wolfpack Open.
Dorsay won his first four matches by decision including a 7-0 defeat of King College's Jeremy Miller in the semifinal round. In his opening draw, Dorsay dispatched of North Carolina's Ryan Harrington by a 5-2 margin and followed with an 8-3 decision over Ryan Forrest of George Mason to reach the quarterfinals.
In the quarterfinals, the junior knocked off Utah Valley's Chase Cuthbertson, 9-4, to advance to face Miller. Dorsay fell in the final to Blaise Butler of Virginia in the final.
Jastrzebski rebounded from an opening-round loss to James Suvak of Virginia and wrestled through the consolation bracket to claim seventh. The freshman began his march against Chattanooga's Clay Dent. Jastrzebski tallied a takedown and a two-point near fall to pull away for a 9-1 victory.
Jastrzebski earned an 11-1 major decision over King College's (TN) Brandon Tressler before defeating fellow Terp Logan Jackson. Jastrzebski fell to Mark Colabucci of West Virginia to drop into the seventh-place match.
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