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Updated: 12/11/2012 08:00:00AM

Tarpons welcome area wrestlers
for the Captain Archer Memorial Classic

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HERALD PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO

Stone Dennis of Charlotte High School brings Riverdale High School's Nick Mauricio down to the mat, wrestling in the 182-pound weight class.

HERALD PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO

Jordan Rio, a Charlotte High School grappler, breaks free from the grip of Palmetto High School's Lionel Barboza, wrestling in the 145-pound weight class.

HERALD PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO

Charlotte High School's Seth Genius-Christian gains control over North Port High School's Robert Rutter in the 126-pound weight class.

HERALD PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO

Cape Coral High School's Kevin Markowski is not able to escape the grip of Eric Stover, a Charlotte High School Tarpon. The boys were wrestling in the 138-pound weight class.

HERALD PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO

Jeremiah Martinez, a Charlotte High School Tarpon. keeps control over Fort Myers High School's Demetrik Fuller in the 170-pound weight class during the tournament.

HERALD PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO

Wesley Wilkinson of Charlotte High School quickly takes down teammate Jordan Rios in the 145-pound weight class on Dec. 7.

HERALD PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO

Charlotte High School's Marc Krutz gets a hold on North Port High School's Diego Marino in the 138-pound weight class during the Captain Archer Memorial Classic on Dec. 7.

HERALD PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNO

Charlotte High School's Welton Wilkinson takes on Evan Edwards, a North Port High School Bobcat, during the Captain Archer Memorial Classic on Dec. 7. The boys were wrestling in the 120-pound weight class.

By JENNIFER BRUNO

Photojournalist

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Junior varsity wrestling squads from around the region met at Charlotte High School in Punta Gorda for
the annual Captain Archer
Memorial Classic on Dec. 7.

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