BATH TOWNSHIP — Hudson wrestling's late season dual meet tour continued Feb. 10 with a trip to Bath to take on Revere.
Hudson won on the road for the second consecutive night, scoring a 36-24 win over the Minutemen.
Hudson improved to 10-5 in dual meets, while Revere dropped to 12-9.
Hudson benefitted from forfeit wins from 113-pounder Nicci Polifrone and 126-pounder Dietrich Boysel, though Hudson gave up a forfeit at 152 pounds. There was also a double forfeit at 106 pounds.
Hudson finished with a 6-3 edge in wrestled matches, beginning with 120-pounder Joe Graf scoring an 8-2 win over Adam Smith
Hudson 132-pounder Aiden Fultz wrestled one of his best matches of the season, scoring an 11-2 major decision over Parker Fergason.
However, Revere responded with a pin in 2:36 from 138-pounder Brody Muir-Johnson and a 6-1 win by 145-pounder Michael Amentini over Hudson's John Sweet.
Following a forfeit win by 152-pounder Stefan Farlan, Hudson lead was cut to 19-15.
However, Hudson's upperweights did their thing. At 160 pounds, Austin Mullen scored a 16-1 technical fall over Ian Weiland.
Explorers 170-pounder Michael Caniglia showed show good counterwrestling, as he scored a 5-1 win over Jack Baker.
At 182 pounds, Kyle Minor scored the lone pin of the night for Hudson, sticking Beckett Fant in 2:55.
Revere kept its hopes alive when 195-pounder Thomas Baker pinned Hudson's Chase Gasser in 3:17.
However, Hudson clinched the match at 220 pounds. Nathan Slater went to the ultimate tie-breaker round with Ethan Depp, but escaped to earn a 3-2 win.
Revere heavyweight Nick Kelly scored a 3-1 win over Hudson's Jack Nord to close the match.
Hudson will complete its regular season when it travels to Willoughby South Feb. 19 at 11 a.m.