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Hudson loses in boys” wrestling

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

Hudson High School's Nick Robinson (top, in red) gets some advice from his bench as he grapples with Nashoba Regional High School/Clinton High School's Mike Dube (bottom, in green) during their match in the 126 pound weight class.

Hudson High School's Nick Robinson (top, in red) gets some advice from his bench as he grapples with Nashoba Regional High School/Clinton High School's Mike Dube (bottom, in green) during their match in the 126 pound weight class.

Hudson – The Hudson High School boys’ varsity wrestling team hosted the combined Nashoba Regional High School/Clinton High School team for their home opener Jan. 8. ?Hudson came in?winless (0-1 league, 0-2 overall) while the first-place Nashoba/Chieftains (1-0 league, 6-1-1 overall) lead the Mid-Wach league.

Hudson's Colin Deane (pin) and Nick Robinson (16-0) won their matches but Nashoba/Clinton dominated the meet, with four wins by pin and defeated Hudson 27-11.

Hudson High School's Liam Haley (right, in red) takes down Nashoba Regional High School/Clinton High School's Brian Heffernan (left, in green) for two points during their match in the 170 pound weight class.

Hudson High School's Liam Haley (right, in red) takes down Nashoba Regional High School/Clinton High School's Brian Heffernan (left, in green) for two points during their match in the 170 pound weight class.

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