Seven Brunswick wrestlers qualify for state

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Staff Report

North Brunswick’s Homero Segura and South Brunswick’s Trent Allen won regional wrestling championships Saturday.

West Brunswick High School advanced five wrestlers Saturday from the Class 3A Regional to the state meet this coming weekend.

At 113 pounds, West sophomore Jyquan Green finished second, losing 11-5 to Zovek Chapa of Fike.

At 126 pounds, West sophomore Campbell Alspaugh finished third, beating David Giordano of Washington by fall in 2:40. Campbell had lost 16-7 earlier in the tourney to eventual champion Tyler Ross of Jacksonville.

At 195 pounds, West junior Dakota Smith finished fourth, losing 3-2 in the consolation final to Keyaad Coley of Rocky Mount. Smith had lost 4-2 earlier in the tourney to eventual champion Travis Collins of Southern Nash.

At 220, West senior Bobby McRainey finished third, beating Jeffery Person of Rocky Mount 6-1 in the consolation final.

At 285 pounds, West junior Marquis Brown finished third, winning the consolation final by fall in 41 seconds against Trey Tyson of South Central. Brown had lost 6-3 earlier in the tourney to eventual champion Michael Doherty of Currituck County.

South had one finalist, unbeaten junior Trent Allen, who won the 220-pound class by beating Sterling Mills of D.H. Conley 4-0. Allen also beat McRainey 4-1 en route to the final.

North Brunswick’s Homero Segura, a senior, won the 182-pound title in the 2A Mideast Regional, beating senior Bailey Le of Wheatmore 7-5. Segura entered the tourney 29-8.

The state meet is Feb. 28-March 2 at Greensboro Coliseum.