Coming into form late in the season, Levi Veal, Joe Costillo, McDonald, Brookins and Lovins all earned pins against Mount de Sales.
“They were excited. We’re really starting to see the fruits of our labor,” Gillhouse said. “We’ve been working hard all year, and its fun to see how that hard work is paying off.”
The JMA wrestling teams hope to continue their momentum from their first ever home meet into the region tournament hosted by Weber in Atlanta on Feb. 1 and 2, as well as the state championships on Feb. 8 and 9 at Tattnall.