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Mount Vernon’s Matthew Lybarger, top, fends off an attack by Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller’s Jerry Thornberry during their consolation quarterfinal match at the Division I state wrestling championship at The Ohio State University on Friday. Thornberry won, 13-5.
Mount Vernon’s Matthew Lybarger, top, fends off an attack by Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller’s Jerry Thornberry during their consolation quarterfinal match at the Division I state wrestling championship at The Ohio State University on Friday. Thornberry won, 13-5. (Photo by Bill Davis) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
March 2, 2013 12:50 am EST

 

COLUMBUS — The season is over for Mount Vernon Yellow Jacket wrestlers Matthew Lybarger and Lane Hinkle.

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The 195- and 132-pounders, respectively, lost their second matches of the state tournament during Friday morning’s session and were eliminated.

Hinkle (38-10), who on Thursday became the first Mount Vernon freshman to win a match at state, struggled out of the gate Friday morning. He failed to gain any momentum in the championship quarterfinal match against Archbishop Moeller’s Andrew Mendel, falling 3-0. Later, in the consolation quarterfinals, he began strong againt Gahanna Lincoln’s Kasee McDougle but lost the lead. Frantically attempting to gain some points and momentum, he finally appeared to get a reversal but the official ruled them out of bounds. Eventually, McDougle cradled Hinkle and pinned him with 0:16 left in the second period.

Hinkle was not available for comment after the match.

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