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A-10 district wrestling: Northside Christian outpoints Robinson for title

Northside Christian, the host team, edged Robinson 165-149 to win the Class A, District 10 wrestling title on Friday night.

"The hard work is a given by the kids," Northside Christian coach Chris Wilmington said. "It was sweet. It was great to do it in front of the home crowd. It's our first district championship since I've been here."

Northside crowned seven district champions, including Kamen Wilmington (103 pounds), Brian Travis (125), Dryden Dennis (130), Dalton Dennis (135), Anthony Meillio (140), Cliff Barker (145) and Zane May (152).

Lakewood was third with 146 points and Clearwater Central Catholic was fourth with 115.

Berkeley Prep (79), Indian Rocks Christian (72) and Admiral Farragut (69) rounded out the field.

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