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Benedictine junior Harsh Anchan has a hold on his opponent Tuesday night at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.

Ravens Wrestling earned a pair of wins at home Tuesday against the Central Christian College Tigers and William Penn University Statesmen.

The Ravens dominated the Tigers, winning 51-3, then took down the Statesmen 22-15. The win over Central Christian marked the highest dual score in program history.

Johnny Hua got things going against the Tigers, winning by fall in the first period at 125 pounds. That would be a common theme for the Ravens in the match against the Tigers.

After Harsh Anchan (141) earned a 16-1 technical fall and Gino Camarca (149) won a 12-4 decision, the Ravens got first-round wins by fall from Michael Lucas (165), Jensen McDermott (174) and Tyson Albright (184).

Breaking that streak, slightly, was Jackson Phillips (285) who won by fall in the second period. That rounded out the Ravens 51-3 win.

In the second match of the night, the Ravens took on Heart of America foe William Penn University.

Anchan picked up the first Ravens win of the match, an 11-5 decision. Lucas earned another 6 points for the Ravens, winning by fall in the first period.

McDermott picked up a 6-2 decision against WPU, pulling the Ravens to within 3 team points, 15-12. Albright leveled the match at 15-15, earning an 8-7 win.

Garret St. Clair (196) earned a 13-3 major decision to push the Ravens in front 19-15 with just one matchup left in the dual.

Phillips closed out the Ravens 22-15 win, earning a 5-2 decision.

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