EIWA Conference Recap (12/24/21)

Lehigh's 2x EIWA champion Josh Humphreys (photo courtesy of Sam Janicki;

Below is a recap of last week's EIWA action, with individual highlights worth noting.

Notable News

Cornell is back. They are really, really good. And they are on top of the EIWA right now.

Chris Foca is the real deal. He's in the mix at 174lb.

Vito Arujau is back down to 125lb, and he looks fantastic.

Manzona Bryant is legit at 149lb. Plus, he's entertaining to watch.

Josh Humphreys is lethal from the top position. It hurts my shoulders watching him power half people.


The Eagles made a trip out west to compete at the Reno Tournament of Champions.
Max Leete (125) was the only placewinner. He took home fifth place with a 5-1 record on the day.

Andy Fallon (125) lost to Leete in tiebreaker, going 3-2 during his campaign.

At heavyweight, Isaac Rigther had two pins under a minute each. Then dropped a match to Gary Traub (#10) of Oregon State and Austin Harris of Oklahoma State.

Antonio Segura went 5-1 on the day, reaching his match limit at 157lb.

At 149lb, Ryan Zimmerman wrestled 5 matches, winning 3 of them.

American saw some unique competition with this trip. Assuming this was the intention, it worked out well for this team. Many wrestlers won at least one match, while others won at least two. What a good way to bring in the second semester! I believe the more confidence this team gains, the more dangerous they will become.

Army - no action last week


The Bearcats traveled to Sacred Heart for a dual on Saturday. Then, they competed in the Collegiate Duals in Florida.

Sam Deprez (184) had a nice win over returning National Qualifier, Joe Accousti of Sacred Heart.

At 141lbs, Ryan Anderson made his return after spending some time on the sidelines.

Boxscore: Binghamton 39, Sacred Heart 7
125 - Kyle Randall (SHU) MD Nick Curley (BU), 15-4
133 - HM Anthony Sobotker (BU) WBF Anthony Petrillo (SHU), 3:20
141 - Ryan Anderson (BU) TF Jordan Carlucci (SHU), 18-0
149 - Nick Lombard (BU) MD Cole McGill (SHU), 12-4
157 - Nick Palumbo (SHU) Tyler Martin (BU), 2-1
165 - Brevin Cassella (BU) WBF Scotty Jarosz (SHU), 4:59
174 - Jacob Nolan (BU) WBF Robert Hetherman (SHU), 0:58
184 - Sam DePrez (BU) dec. Joe Accousti (SHU), 3-1
197 - No. 12 Lou DePrez (BU) WBF Dante Del Bonis (SHU), 5:52
Hwt - No. 22 Joe Doyle (BU) dec. Mark Blokh (SHU), 7-2

At the Collegiate Duals, the Bearcats went 0-3, but had strong performances with some of the best teams in the country. They came out to wrestle hard and did not back down. Plus, they were a last-minute addition to the event. We need to give props where props are due!

Boxscores #5 NC State 35, Binghamton 7
125: #5 Jakob Camacho (NCSU) WBF Nick Curley; 5:29 - 6-0
133: Jarrett Trombley (NCSU) INJ Anthony Sobotker; 5:30 - 12-0
141: Ryan Anderson (BING) dec. Hunter Lewis; 8-2 - 12-3
149: #3 Tariq Wilson (NCSU) dec. Nick Lombard; 9-4 - 15-3
157: #23 Ed Scott (NCSU) tech fall Tyler Martin; 18-1 - 20-3
165: #18 Thomas Bullard (NCSU) dec. Brevin Cassella; 6-0 - 23-3
174: #5 Hayden Hidlay (NCSU) major dec. Jacob Nolan; 12-3 - 27-3
184: #3 Trent Hidlay (NCSU) tech fall Sam Deprez; 19-4 - 32-3
197: #12 Lou Deprez (BING) major dec. #15 Isaac Trumble; 10-2 - 32-7
285: #28 Owen Trephan (NCSU) dec. #22 Joe Doyle; 5-2 - 35-7

Boxscore: No. 10 Missouri, 33, Binghamton, 6
125: (15) Noah Surtin def. Nick Curley by 18-0 technical fall (3:44)
133: Anthony Sobotker over Connor Brown by fall (2:56)
141: (14) Allan Hart vs. Ryan Anderson by 4-0
149: (18) Josh Edmond over Nick Lombard by 3-2 decision
157: (15) Jarrett Jacques over Logan Gumble by fall (1:01)
165: (3) Keegan O'Toole over Brevin Cassella by 13-4 major decision
174: (14) Peyton Mocco over Jacob Nolan by 6-2 decision
184: (11) Jeremiah Kent over Sam DePrez by 11-4 decision
197: (4) Rocky Elam over (12) Lou DePrez by 4-0 decision
285: (16) Zach Elam over (22) Joe Doyle by 4-0 decision

Boxscore: CMU 26, Binghamton 16
125: Brock Bergelin (CMU) TF Nick Curley (BU), 16-0, 4:45. CMU leads 5-0.
133: Binghamton forfeits bout vs. Ja'Kerrion Merrit (CMU). CMU leads 11-0.
141: No. 7 Dresden Simon (CMU) DEC Ryan Anderson (BU), 5-2. CMU leads 14-0.
149: Corbyn Munson (CMU) DEC Nick Lombard (BU), 6-5. CMU leads 17-0.
157: No. 19 Johnny Lovett (CMU) FALL Tyler Martin (BU), 3:52. CMU leads 23-0.
165: Brevin Cassella (BU) MD Tracy Hubbard (CMU), 10-1. CMU leads 23-4.
174: Brett Fedewa (CMU) DEC Jacob Nolan (BU), 2-1. CMU leads 26-4.
184: Cory Day (BU) MD Ben Cushman (CMU), 14-4. CMU leads 26-8.
197: No. 12 Lou DePrez (BU) DEC Aaron Bolo (CMU), 8-4. CMU leads 26-11.
285: No. 22 Joe Doyle (BU) TF Cade Dallwitz (CMU), 18-0. CMU wins 26-16.

Brown - no action last week


The Bison hosted a tri-meet along with Buffalo and Lock Haven.
Zach Hartman (#15 - 165) had a first period fall and a tech fall on the day.
At 133lb, Kurt Phipps was 2-0 on the day, including a win over Spann (#29) of Buffalo.

Boxscore: Buffalo 18 - Bucknell 15
125: Brandon Seidman (BU) dec. over Tristan Daugherty (UB) 5-4
133: Kurt Phipps (BU) dec. over #29 Derek Spann (UB) 9-5
141: Ben Freeman (UB) dec. over Noah Levett (BU) 6-4
149: John Arceri (UB) dec. over Kolby DePron (BU) 6-4 (SV-1)
157: Ty Raines (UB) dec. over Nick Delp (BU) 4-2
165: #15 Zach Hartman (BU) fall over Noah Grover (UB) 2:28
174: Giuseppe Hoose (UB) dec. over Nolan Springer (BU) 10-5
184: Peter Acciardi (UB) dec. over Logan Deacetis (BU) 9-8
197: Sam Mitchell (UB) dec. over Mason McCready (BU) 2-0
285: Luke Niemeyer (BU) dec. over Toby Cahill (UB) 9-5

Boxscore: Lock Haven 15 - Bucknell 21
125: #27 Anthony Noto (LHU) fall over Brandon Seidman (BU) 4:48
133: Kurt Phipps (BU) maj. dec. over Matt Maloney (LHU) 10-1
141: Nick Stonecheck (LHU) dec. over Noah Levett (BU) 5-3
149: Kolby DePron (BU) dec. over Connor Eck (LHU) 6-1
157: Ben Barton (LHU) dec. over Nick Delp (BU) 5-1
165: #15 Zach Hartman (BU) tech fall over Ashton Eyler (LHU) 20-4 (4:47)
174: Sam Barnes (BU) dec. over Tyler Stoltzfus (LHU) 10-3
184: Logan Deacetis (BU) dec. over Colin Fegley (LHU) 5-3
197: Mason McCready (BU) dec. over Parker McClellan (LHU) 4-2 (SV-1)
285: Isaac Reid (LHU) maj. dec. over Luke Niemeyer (BU) 11-2

Bucknell had another solid performance. The Buffalo match-up was essentially dead even. With so many close individual matches, this dual could have gone either way. Hartman is back to form after getting upset a few weeks ago. Phipps has been coming on as of late too. I've said it before, I see the potential in this team. They have a bunch of guys that will end up on the podium at EIWA's.

Columbia - no action last week.

Cornell (#9)

The Big Red traveled to the Sunshine state to compete at the Collegiate Duals. And boy, did they impress. They entered the event as the 11th ranked team. They improved to 9th in the latest rankings.

Yianni (#1 - 149) had himself a nice outing with two majors and a tech fall.
Vito Arujau (#3 - 125) may have been more impressive with major decisions over returning All-American Sam Latona (#17) of Virginia Tech and Brody Teske (#10) of UNI.

At 165lb, Julian Ramirez (#9) went 3-0 as well. He had wins over Austin Yant (#22) of UNI and Creighton Edsell (#27) of Penn State.

Chris Foca (#11) lost to two returning NCAA Champions. With a 3-2 loss to Carter Starocci (#1) of Penn State and 3-1 tiebreaker loss to Mekhi Lewis (#4) of Virginia Tech, he is right in the mix to earn All-American honors.

At 197lb, Jacob Cardenas (#19) went 2-1 over his three matches. He nearly pulled off the upset over Max Dean of (#3) of Penn State, which could have led to a Cornell victory.

Dom LaJoie (#30) earned his way into the rankings at 133lb after a 5-2 win over Kyle Biscoglia (#32) of UNI.

Jonathan Loew (#13) had a nice upset win over 2X All-American Hunter Bolen (#14) of Virginia Tech.

Boxscore: #11 Cornell 29, #22 Northern Iowa 7

125: #5 (133) Vito Arujau (C) won by major decision over #10 Brody Teske (UNI), 18-7
133: Dom LaJoie (C) won by decision over #31 Kyle Biscoglia (UNI), 5-2
141: #26 Cael Happel (UNI) won by major decision over Cole Handlovic (C), 14-6
149: #1 Yianni Diakomihalis (C) won by major decision over Colin Realbuto (UNI), 14-6
157: #25 Colton Yapoujian (C) won by decision over Derek Holschlag (UNI), 2-1
165: #9 Julian Ramirez (C) won by decision over #23 Austin Yant (UNI), 4-3
174: #12 Chris Foca (C) won by decision over Pat Schoenfelder (UNI), 13-6
184: #4 Parker Keckeisen (UNI) won by decision over #15 Jonathan Loew (C), 6-2
197: #19 Jacob Cardenas (C) won by fall over Noah Glaser (UNI), 5:12
285: #18 Lewis Fernandes (C) won by decision over Tyrell Gordon (UNI), 4-0

Boxscore: #2 Penn State 18, #11 Cornell 16

125 #5 (133) Vito Arujau (C) won by fall over Jakob Campbell (PSU), 0:58
133: #1 Ramon Bravo-Young (PSU) won by major decision over Dom LaJoie (C), 21-9
141: #1 Nick Lee (PSU) won by major decision over Cole Handlovic (C), 13-3
149: #1 Yianni Diakomihalis (C) won by major decision over #22 Beau Bartlett (PSU), 11-3
157: #25 Colton Yapoujian (C) won by decision over Joe Lee (PSU), 4-2
165: #9 Julian Ramirez C) won by decision over #26 Creighton Edsell (PSU), 7-5
174: #1 Carter Starocci (PSU) won by decision over #12 Chris Foca (C), 3-2
184: #1 Aaron Brooks (PSU) won by major decision over #15 Jonathan Loew (C), 15-3
197: #3 Max Dean (PSU) won by decision over #19 Jacob Cardenas (C), 4-2
285: #4 Greg Kerkvliet (PSU) won by decision over #18 Lewis Fernandes (C), 5-0

Boxscore: #11 Cornell 18, #8 Virginia Tech 15

125: #5 (133) Vito Arujau (C) won by major decision over #16 Sam Latona (VT), 10-2
133: #4 Korbin Myers (VT) won by decision over Dom LaJoie (C), 9-3
141: Collin Gerardi (VT) won by decision over Cole Handlovic (C), 6-0
149: #1 Yianni Diakomihalis (C) won by technical fall over Kylan Montgomery (VT), 19-3
157: #22 Connor Brady (VT) won by decision over #25 Colton Yapoujian (C), 2-1
165: #9 Julian Ramirez (C) won by decision over Clayton Ulrey (VT), 4-2
174: #4 Mekhi Lewis (VT) won by decision over #12 Chris Foca (C), 3-1 (ot1)
184: #15 Jonathan Loew (C) won by decision over #9 Hunter Bolen (VT), 7-5 (sv1)
197: #19 Jacob Cardenas (C) won by decision over Harrison Smith (VT), 3-2
285: #14 Nathan Traxler (VT) won by decision over #18 Lewis Fernandes (C), 5-3

What else can be said about Cornell that wasn't already said? Vito is back down to his 125lb weight class and looking dominant in the process. With LaJoie earning a spot in the rankings, that makes NINE Big Red wrestlers ranked in the top 33. Yes, I said 9! This team is stacked. In my opinion, they are the front runners to win the conference. Even though other teams will disagree, they are stacked up and down the lineup. The real question is, do they have enough firepower to earn a trophy at NCAA's?

Drexel - no action last week

Franklin & Marshall - no action last week

Harvard - no action last week


The Pride took a trip down to Florida for the Collegiate Duals.

Hofstra had some very tough matchups against two top-ten teams. They did not have a ton of wins, but they came to compete.

Michael Leandrou (149lb) earned himself a win against Virginia Tech.

At 184, Charles Small (#27) had a major decision. He dropped two matches to All-Americans Hunter Bolen (#9) of Virginia Tech and Parker Keckeisen (#4) of UNI.
Trey Rogers (#33 - 197) had a decision over Noah Glaser of UNI.

Boxscore: #8 Virginia Tech 35, Hofstra 3

125: #16 Sam Latona (Virginia Tech) maj. dec. Jacob Moon (Hofstra), 11-2
133: #4 Korbin Myers (Virginia Tech) tech fall Ty Cymmerman (Hofstra), 18-2 (7:00)
141: #31 Collin Gerardi (Virginia Tech) dec. Justin Hoyle (Hofstra), 4-1
149: Michael Leandrou (Hofstra) dec. Kylan Montgomery (Virginia Tech), 3-1
157: #22 Connor Brady (Virginia Tech) dec. Joe McGinty (Hofstra), 6-3
165: Clayton Ulrey (Virginia Tech) WBF Mario Biancamano (Hofstra), 0:55
174: #4 Mekhi Lewis (Virginia Tech) tech fall Ericson Velasquez (Hofstra), 16-0 (3:10)
184: #9 Hunter Bolen (Virginia Tech) dec. #25 Charles Small (Hofstra), 6-3
197: Dakota Howard (Virginia Tech) dec. #26 Trey Rogers (Hofstra), 5-3
285: #14 Nathan Traxler (Virginia Tech) dec. #20 Zachary Knighton-Ward (Hofstra), 7-1

Boxscore: #6 Arizona State 42, Hofstra 4

125: #3 Brandon Courtney (Arizona State) WBF Dylan Acevedo-Switzer (Hofstra), 4:11
133: #14 Michael McGee (Arizona State) wins by forfeit.
141: #15 Jesse Vasquez (Arizona State) dec. Justin Hoyle (Hofstra), 14-9
149: #5 Kyle Parco (Arizona State) tech fall Michael Leandrou (Hofstra), 17-0 (4:40)
157: #3 Jacori Teemer (Arizona State) tech fall Joe McGinty (Hofstra), 18-3 (4:17)
165: #6 Anthony Valenca (Arizona State) WBF Mario Biancamano (Hofstra), 0:27
174: Zane Coleman (Arizona State) dec. Ross McFarland (Hofstra), 5-2
184: #25 Charles Small (Hofstra) maj. dec. Jacob Ortiz (Arizona State), 10-1
197: #8 Kordell Norfleet (Arizona State) maj. dec. #25 Trey Rogers (Hofstra), 14-3
285: #3 Cohlton Schulz (Arizona State) maj. dec. #20 Zachary Knighton-Ward (Hofstra), 12-3

Boxscore: #22 Northern Iowa 33, Hofstra 9

125: Jacob Moon (Hofstra) wins by forfeit.
133: #31 Kyle Biscoglia (Northern Iowa) WBF Dylan Acevedo-Switzer (Hofstra), 2:00
141: #26 Cael Happel (Northern Iowa) dec. Justin Hoyle (Hofstra), 10-4
149: Colin Realbuto (Northern Iowa) WBF Michael Leandrou (Hofstra), 4:56
157: Cayd Lara (Northern Iowa) WBF Joe McGinty (Hofstra), 3:35
165: #23 Austin Yant (Northern Iowa) dec. Ricky Stamm (Hofstra), 6-0
174: Pat Schoenfelder (Northern Iowa) dec. Ross McFarland (Hofstra), 6-2
184: #4 Parker Keckeisen (Northern Iowa) dec. #25 Charles Small (Hofstra), 10-3
197: #26 Trey Rogers (Hofstra) dec. Noah Glaser (Northern Iowa), 5-3
285: Tyrell Gordon (Northern Iowa) dec. #20 Zachary Knighton-Ward (Hofstra), 4-2

This was a tough outing for Hofstra. They are not afraid to compete against the best in the nation, though. If this is not motivation to keep improving, I'm not sure what is. I'm not worried about The Pride. They have a handful of guys that will be EIWA placers, and they have a few guys who can go on a run and upset ranked guys. Coach Papadatos will have these guys peaking when it matters. This ain't his first rodeo.

Lehigh (#21)

The Mountain Hawks took part in the Collegiate Duals in Niceville, Florida.
Connor McGonagle (#33 - 141) earned his way into the rankings with a win over Dresden Simon (#11) of CMU.

At 157lb, Josh Humphreys (#9) had a great outing. He secured majors over Johnny Lovett (#19) of CMU and 2X All-American Kaleb Young (#12) of Iowa. He then pinned Jarrett Jacques (#23) of Missouri.

Jordan Wood (#8 - 285) went 2-1 with wins over Matt Stencel (#9) of CMU and Zach Elam (#15) of Missouri. His lone loss was to Tony Cassioppi (#6).

Manzona Bryant (#30) defeated 2020 NWCA All-American Max Murin (#12) of Iowa.

Boxscore: No. 17 Lehigh 25, Central Michigan 6

125 - Jaret Lane (Lehigh) dec. Brock Bergelin (CMU) 4-3
133 - Ja'Kerion Merritt (CMU) dec. Sheldon Seymour (Lehigh) 3-2
141 - Connor McGonagle (Lehigh) dec. Dresden Simon (CMU) 7-5
149 - Corbyn Munson (CMU) dec. Manzona Bryant IV (Lehigh) 12-9
157 - Josh Humphreys (Lehigh) major dec. Johnny Lovett (CMU) 10-1
165 - Brian Meyer (Lehigh) dec. Tracy Hubbard (CMU) 3-1, sv
174 - Jake Logan (Lehigh) dec. Bret Fedewa (CMU) 5-3
184 - AJ Burkhart (Lehigh) dec. Ben Cushman (CMU) 8-7
197 - JT Davis (Lehigh) dec. Aaron Bolo (CMU) 3-2
285 - Jordan Wood (Lehigh) dec. Matt Stencel (CMU) 3-1, sv

Boxscore: No. 1 Iowa 28, No. 17 Lehigh 7

125: Spencer Lee (Iowa) major dec. Jaret Lane (Lehigh) 8-0
133: Austin DeSanto (Iowa) tech fall Satoshi Abe (Lehigh) 20-5, 3:59
141: Jaydin Eierman (Iowa) dec. Connor McGonagle (Lehigh) 8-3
149: Manzona Bryant IV (Lehigh) dec. Max Murin (Iowa) 7-5, sv
157: Josh Humphreys (Lehigh) major dec. Kaleb Young (Iowa) 11-2
165: Alex Marinelli (Iowa) dec. Brian Meyer (Lehigh) 6-2
174: Nelson Brands (Iowa) dec. Jake Logan (Lehigh) 3-2
184: Abe Assad (Iowa) major dec. AJ Burkhart (Lehigh) 16-5
197: Jacob Warner (Iowa) dec. JT Davis (Lehigh) 6-1
285: Anthony Cassioppi (Iowa) dec. Jordan Wood (Lehigh) 3-2

Boxscore: No. 10 Missouri 26, No. 17 Lehigh 9

125: Noah Surtin (Missouri) dec. Jaret Lane (Lehigh) 10-4
133: Connor Brown (Missouri) dec. Sheldon Seymour (Lehigh) 7-4
141: Allan Hart (Missouri) dec. Connor McGonagle (Lehigh) 8-3
149: Josh Edmond (Missouri) dec Manzona Bryant IV (Lehigh) 10-4, sv
157: Josh Humphreys (Lehigh) Fall Jarrett Jacques (Missouri) 3:31
165: Keegan O'Toole (Missouri) major dec. Brian Meyer (Lehigh) 13-5
174: Peyton Mocco (Missouri) dec. Jake Logan (Lehigh) 6-4
184: Jeremiah Kent (Missouri) dec. AJ Burkhart (Lehigh) 6-2
197: Rocky Elam (Missouri) major dec. JT Davis (Lehigh) 12-3
285: Jordan Wood (Lehigh) dec. Zach Elam (Missouri) 2-1

The Mountain Hawks are a very solid team. To me, they had a great team effort overall while at the duals. Malyke Hines did not compete, which hurt them a little. Lehigh, in my opinion, is one of the best teams at peaking in March. This team will be ready by the time March arrives. Every year they have a few guys who by far out-wrestle their seed. I do not expect this year to be any different.

Long Island

The Sharks hosted a dual meet for the first time this season. They welcomed the Bloomsburg Huskies. The following week, they competed in the Wilkes Open.
James Johnston gave the Sharks the first victory of the night at 165lb.
James Langan (184) and Nunzio Crowley (197) both earned decisions in their matches.

At 174lb, Ryan Ferro had the only bonus point victory.
Boxscore: Bloomsburg 24 vs LIU Sharks 13

125: Bronson Garber (BLOOM) def. Robbie Sagaris (LIU), dec. 6-5
133: Cole Rhone (BLOOM) def. Bryce Cockrell (LIU), tech fall, 19-1
141: Josh Mason (BLOOM) def. Chris Gomez (LIU), fall (1:43)
149: Cade Balestrini (BLOOM) def. Drew Witham (LIU), dec. 4-0
157: Alex Carida (BLOOM) def. Rhise Royster (LIU), maj. dec. 11-2
165: James Johnston (LIU) def. Cody Harrrison (BLOOM), dec. 6-4
174: Ryan Ferro (LIU) def. Matt Benedetti (BLOOM), maj. dec.12-4
184: James Langan (LIU) def. Buridano Stolfi (BLOOM), dec. 2-1
197: Nunzio Crowley (LIU) def. David Tuttle (BLOOM), dec. 2-1
285: Shane Noonan (BLOOM) def. Tim Nagosky (LIU), dec. 3-2

At the Wilkes Open, the Sharks had 4 champions.

Bryce Cockrell (133), Drew Witham (149), James Johnston (157), and Nunzio Crowley (197) all wrestled to a gold medal.

Long Island was in this dual. Even though they dropped the first five matches, they rallied to win four straight. And, hey, if two of those one-point decisions they dropped go the other way, they win this one. I know - "shoulda, coulda, woulda" but this was a good performance by LIU. Not only is it good to see them competitive, but they seem to be improving as the season progresses. The newest team in the EIWA is looking good heading into the second semester.

Navy - no action last week

Penn - no action last week

Princeton - no action last week

Sacred Heart

The Pioneers hosted Binghamton to a dual on Saturday.

At 125lb, Kyle Randall earned a major decision to start off the dual.

The other win of the night came from Nick Palumbo at 157lb.

Boxscore: Binghamton 39, Sacred Heart 7
125 - Kyle Randall (SHU) MD Nick Curley (BU), 15-4
133 - HM Anthony Sobotker (BU) WBF Anthony Petrillo (SHU), 3:20
141 - Ryan Anderson (BU) TF Jordan Carlucci (SHU), 18-0
149 - Nick Lombard (BU) MD Cole McGill (SHU), 12-4
157 - Nick Palumbo (SHU) Tyler Martin (BU), 2-1
165 - Brevin Cassella (BU) WBF Scotty Jarosz (SHU), 4:59
174 - Jacob Nolan (BU) WBF Robert Hetherman (SHU), 0:58
184 - Sam DePrez (BU) dec. Joe Accousti (SHU), 3-1
197 - No. 12 Lou DePrez (BU) WBF Dante Del Bonis (SHU), 5:52
Hwt - No. 22 Joe Doyle (BU) dec. Mark Blokh (SHU), 7-2

As I mentioned before, Binghamton is a very good team. This was a tough result for Sacred Heart, as I'm sure they expected a closer score than what occurred. If there is anything we know about this team, it's that they will bounce back. Look for them to keep up the positive results after the holiday season.


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