Lowell Opens Section Competition with Decisive Wins Over Lincoln & SF International

Nick Woo getting in on a double leg takedown against SF International

Ryan Chan tightens the vise on his way to a pin again Lincoln

Lowell Wrestling began its section competition with a 3-way dual against Lincoln and SF International. Lowell won both duals decisively winning 14 of 20 matches wrestled and with a cumulative score of 102-43.

The first dual was against SF International which Lowell won 54-15 racking up three pins in the process by senior, Nick Woo at 126 lbs, 1st-year sophomore, Maxwell Song at 152 lbs, and 1st-year senior, Byant Nguyen at 220 lbs.

The second dual against Lincoln ended with Lowell scoring 48 and Lincoln 28. Five Lowell wrestlers pinned their opponents: Chris O’Neill (senior/106 lbs) with a 1st period pin; Marco Kwan (senior/120 lbs) with a 2nd period pin; Nick Woo (senior/126 lbs with a 1st period pin; Jonah Nascimento (soph/138 lbs) with a 1st period pin; Ryan Chan (junior/145 lbs) with a first period pin.

In addition, Lowell went six for six in JV matches against Lincoln with all wins coming by pin from: Natalie Fong (soph/113 lbs), Slavik Gevorkyan (soph/132 lbs), Daniela Romo (frosh/138 lbs), Paul “PJ” O’Leary (frosh/152 lbs), Maxwell Song (soph/160 lbs), and Song Zhao (frosh/220 lbs).

Next up for Lowell will be a varsity tournament at Granada HS (Livermore) this Saturday, Jan. 7th followed by another 3-way dual against Balboa and O’Connell next Wednesday, Jan. 11 at O’Connell.