Charger Wrestling - CW Stanford Middle School
David Peters-Logue State Champ
Congrats to former Charger David Peters-Logue who won the 2014 170lb State Championship. He finished the season perfect, with a recorc of 41-0.
Chargers Win 14th Straight OPAC Tournament
Stanford entered 16 wrestlers into the OPAC Wrestling Tournament and all 16 came home with medals.
1. Stanford 305
2. Culbreth 178.5
3. Smith 154
Stanford Place Winners
98: Levi Anderson
113: Malcolm Phillips
132: Caleb Brimmer
138: Bret Porterfield
145: Josiah Ramirez
170: Payton Wilson
220: Noah Rogers
HWT: Daylen Alston
83: Mitchell Askew
108: Gavin Wiggins
152: Trey Jones
195: Jacob Flowers
90: Luke Riley
120: Colin Montague
126: Sam Wilson
160: Tucker Joseph
2014 Summer Camp Dates
The following are the dates for this year's wrestling camps. More information will come later in the week.
Orange High Wrestling Camp (8-Noon, ages 5-high school) June 16th-19th
Appalachian State Wrestling Camp (flyers will go home soon) July 16th-19th
FCA Wrestling Camp (UNC-Pembroke) July 5th-8th
TNT Wrestling Camp, Kutztown PA (must have attended App St.) July 21st-24th.
December 6: Stanford 90 ………………………….. Southern 9
December 11: Stanford 58 ………………………….. Culbreth 34
December 13: Stanford 89 …………………………… McDougle 6
December 18: Stanford 87 ............................. Gravelly Hill 12
January 10: Stanford 88 ............................. Smith 12
January 15: Stanford 96.............................. Stanback 0
January 17: Stanford 88 ............................ Northern 12
February 5: Stanford 93............................. Gravelly Hill 6
February 7: Stanford 81 ............................ Northern 18
Friday February 7th: Stanford went on the road to Northen and came away with an 81-18 victory. Chargers who came awya with victories were Mitchell Askew, Luke Riley, Levi Anderson, Gavin Wiggins, Malcolm Phillips, Collin Montague, Sam Wilson, Caleb Brimmer, Bret Porterfield, Josiah Ramirez, Trey Jones, Payton Wilson, Jacob Flowers, and Noah Rogers. Tucker Joseph also picked up a victory in an exhibition match.
Wednesday February 5th: The Chargers returned from a long layoff due to the weather with a solid performance on the road versus Gravelly Hill. Mitchell Askew, Luke Riley, Levi Anderson, Gavin Wiggins, Malcolm Phillips, Bryan Torres, Sam Wilson, Caleb Brimmer, Bret Porterfield, Josiah Ramirez, Trey Jones, Braden Homsey, Payton Wilson, Jacob Flowers, Noah Rogers, and Daylen Alston all had victories. Collin Montague also picked up a victory in an exhibition match.
Friday, January 17th: Stanford hosted Northern on Friday night and rolled to an 88 to 12 victory. Picking up wins for the Chargers were; Mitchell Askew, Luke Riley, Cameron McLendon, Gavin Wiggins, Malcolm Phillips, Sam Wilson, Caleb Brimmer, Bret Porterfield, Josiah Ramirez, Trey Jones, Erik Jenkins, Payton Wilson, Tyson Wolter, Noah Rogers and Daylen Alston. Jeremy Carter and Tucker Joseph picked up wins in exhibition matches.
Wednesday, January 15th: The Chargers went on the road to take on the Bulldogs from Stanback. Many Chargers recieved forfeits in the match, however, Cameron McLendon, Gavin Wiggins, Malcolm Phillips, Bret Porterfield, Payton Wilson and Noah Rogers all wrestled an won by pin. Brendan Huss, Nick Grandstaff and Jarrett Long picked up wins in exhibition matches.
Friday, January 10: Stanford returned from the Christmas break with an impressive home win over the Cyclones from Smith. Evan Paisley, Blake Daniel, Olivier Douverd, Preton Craig, Shane Crimmeans, and Braden Homsey got things started off with wins in exhibition matches. Mitchell Askew, Justin Hutchins, Levi Anderson. Gavin Wiggins, Malcolm Phillips, Bryan Torres, Sam Wilson, Caleb Brimmer, Bret Porterfield, Josiah Ramirez, Erick Jenkins, Payton Wilson, Tyson Wolter, Noah Rogers and Daylen Alston were all victorious. Mitchell, Justin, Levi, Malcolm, Bryan, Bret, Josiah, Erick, Payton, Tyson, Noah and Dayler remain undefeated.
Wednesday, December 18: In their last match before Christmas Break, the Chargers defeated the Grizzlies of Gravelly Hill 87 to 12. The Chargers got wins from Mitchell Askew, Justin Hutchins, Levi Anderson, Gavin Wiggins, Malcolm Phillips, Bryan Torres, Caleb Brimmer, Bret Porterfield, Trey Joned, Josiah Ramirez, Payton Wilson, Erik Jenkins, Jacob Flowers, Noah Rogers and Daylen Alston. Evan Paisley, Preston Craig and Olivier Douverd also had victories in exhibition matches.
Friday, December 13th: The Chargers hosted the Mustangs of McDougle on Friday the 13th. The Chargers swept all the matches giving up only 6 points from a forfeit. Levi, Luke, Gavin, Malcolm, Collin, Sam, Caleb, Bret, Josiah, Payton, and Jacob all wrestled to victories while Mitchell, Braden, Erik, Noah and Daylen picked up forfeit victories. Shane also picked up a victory in an exhibition.
Wednesday December 11: The Chargers traveled to Culbreth on Wednesday to take on Conference rival Culbreth. The match turned out to be an exciting tough match in which the Chargers battled back from an early deficit to defeat the Cougars 58 to 34. Mitchell Askew and Luke Riley got things started with back to back victories and Levi Anderson scored a first period pin to put the Chargers up 13-0. With his team up 13-5 Malcolm Phillips added a major decision to go up 17-5. The Cougars put together 3 straight victories to go ahead 20-17. Bret Porterfield tied things up with a hard fought victory and Josiah put the Chargers up 26-20 after securing a pin. With the score tied at 26 Erik Jenkins and Payton Wilson scored back to back pins to go up by 12. Both teams exchanged forfeits at 182 and 195 and the score stood at 46-34 leading in to the last two matches. Noah Rogers and Daylen Alston sealed things for the Chargers with back to back pins to make the final score 58 to 34.
Friday, December 6th: The Chargers opened up the 2013 season with a 90 to 9 victory at home over Southern Roxboro. Avery Jenkins and Collin Montague got things going with pins in their exhibition matches. Luke Riley, Levi Anderson, Malcolm Phillips, Bryan Torres, Sam Wilson, Josiah Ramirez, Trey Jones, Erik Jenkins, Payton Wilson, Jacob Flowers, and Noah Rogers all won by pin. Mitchell Askew, Gavin Wiggins, Bret Porterfield, and Daylen Alston won by forfeit.
Season Record: 9 - 0
Conference Record: 9 - 0
COMING UPWed. Feb 26 6:00 Winter Sports Awards