Bear Wrestling IAC Results and Bear Trax

Coach Katz   was kind enough to send the below result for his Bears at the IAC. It is clear that Landon is building some talent in the younger classes and the future may be bright.


February 4th 2012:


Georgetown Prep



St Stephens & St   Agnes



St Albans












As you can see from the results above, the Bears took fourth place.  After a slow start, the Bears rebounded and got better each round. Even though we were missing 4 guys from the line up, we managed to get 9 wrestlers in the top 4.   In the placement round, we had the following Bears earn spots.

106      Seth McNair 4th place

126      Julius Kindfuller 4th place

132      Jack Albrittain 3rd place

138      Jarett Witzal  3rd place

160      Jake Harris  3rd place

170      Andrew Mitchell  2nd place

195      Justin Moore 3rd place

220      Jules Desroches 2nd place

285      Taylor Greene 3rd place


Jake Harris, Jarett Witzal, Justin Moore, and Taylor Greene all beat guys that we lost to in dual meets.  Finalists Mitchell and Desroches, both Sophomores, lost close matches and just missed All- IAC status.  Overall, these boys showed they are going to be a force in the coming years.  We return all of our wrestlers, except for Taylor Greene, while Prep, St. Alban’s, Episcopal and St. Stephen’s St. Agnes had four to six Seniors in their line-up.


On Friday, six wrestlers: Chris Colleton, Brian MacLaury, Paul Grube, Chris Kirtley, Jonathan Holland and Richie Wenzel traveled to Episcopal with Coach Smith for the Varsity B tournament.  They place as follows: Colleton 3rd, MacLaury 2nd, Grube 3rd, Kirtley 2nd, Holland 2nd, and Wenzel 2nd


The future Mule, once a Bear, presently a Big Red, Chris Hudnut with a few more #s :









The former teammate now playing for UVA, Darion Atkins, spending a few minutes on the bench:








Another Member of the Class of 2011 taking his talents to Youngstown, Sam Anas:


More about this former Bear,

As the college lax pre season begins, reports that at the start of the Ohio State v. Bucknell, two Bears were on the field, Luke Howard as a D and Sam McDonough as a M. There were no seismic recordings from the area; so it is inferred that they did not collide. John Nichols will be filling this space with his BLTF columns throughout the season; REMEMBER PICTURES ARE MUCH WELCOMED (with or without attribution).


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