Charlie Harville’s Wrestling Roundup:High School Report[Ragsdale wrestles Reidsville and Tigers stretch the Rams 60-18]

Posted by Guest Columnist on January 19, 2016 at 2:06 pm under High School | Comments are off for this article

*****Delivering today’s High School Wrestling Report in honor of the late Charlie Harville, who used to have a great Wrestling Roundup and a super charged-up Racing Roundup, back in the day…..*****

Ragsdale vs. Reidsville Senior @ Thomasville Duals @ Thomasville on 01/16/2016.

Ragsdale (RAGS) 60.00 Reidsville Senior (RESE) 18.00
126: Cameron Johnson (RAGS) over (RESE) (For.) 132: Raymond Nesbitt (RAGS) over Logan Graves (RESE) (Fall 0:23) 138: Ben Ham (RAGS) over Thomas (TJ) Alverson (RESE) (Fall 3:15) 145: Hunter Whipple (RAGS) over (RESE) (For.) 152: Double Forfeit 160: Zion Wade (RESE) over (RAGS) (For.) 170: Jeremiah Ridgeway (RAGS) over Taylor Meeks (RESE) (Fall 0:00) 182: Garrett Collins (RAGS) over (RESE) (For.) 195: Cameron Blizard (RAGS) over (RESE) (For.) 220: Kenneth Pinnix (RESE) over Dejan Rasuo (RAGS) (Fall 5:59) 285: Taylor Griffin Guill (RESE) over Chetney Taylor (RAGS) (Fall 0:37) 106: Nigel Freeman (RAGS) over Lance Brown (RESE) (Fall 0:57) 113: Dylan Cook (RAGS) over (RESE) (For.) 120: Darian Bell (RAGS) over Malik Johnson (RESE) (Fall 1:50)

*****Just a few historical notes for you here on Charlie Harville*****
A graduate of High Point College, Charlie Harville began broadcasting minor league baseball on the radio in 1938. Harville is best known as a sports anchor at WFMY-TV Greensboro, 1949-1963, 1977-1988 and WGHP-TV High Point 1963-1977. Selected to host what is believed to be the first live local sports show broadcast in North Carolina, Harville’s career also included working for the ACC television network covering basketball and football as well as hosting a syndicated NASCAR radio show called Racing Roundup. For 30 years, Harville also called college football over the radio for numerous schools. Harville was a strong promoter of all sports, especially those not recognized by mainstream media such as wrestling. Harville is a member of the 1997 North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame class.


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