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Demons' rally is too late in 36-27 loss to Bearcats
L-ES JACOB BURR has control of Rock Hills Johnny Munas in action from their 152-pound match on Wednesday inside the Demons Den. - photo by Tom Didato
In Las Vegas, the main event on the boxing card usually takes to the ring near the 10 p.m. hour. Wednesday night, Lugoff-Elgin took an unexpected cue from Sin City and actually did it one better in using two mats in order to finish its wrestling match with visiting Rock Hill before the midnight hour in a season-opening battle between a pair of ranked 4A teams. On an evening in which L-E assistant coach and certified official Peter Hemingway was pressed into service and was the third man on the second mat, Rock Hill dealt the host Demons a 36-27 loss to cap a long night of wrestling inside the Demons Den.