Wrestling from in front, Jays rip Camdenton

Jefferson City’s Isaiah Edoho hurls Camdenton’s Will Corliss to the mat during their 189-pound match Tuesday at Fleming Fieldhouse.

Jefferson City’s Isaiah Edoho hurls Camdenton’s Will Corliss to the mat during their 189-pound match Tuesday at Fleming Fieldhouse. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

It’s always good to wrestle from ahead, Jefferson City coach Phil Cagle observed on Tuesday night after the Jays dominated the Camdenton Lakers 60-10 at Fleming Fieldhouse.

The Jays scored the first takedown in all 13 contested matches against the Lakers, winning 11.

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The Jays won Tuesday’s JV dual 46-24.

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