The match would open at 126 where Aidan Moffitt received a forfeit.
Eli Guttentag was then up at 132 against fellow captain Jimmy Marshall. Eli would score three takedowns in the first period before beginning to work for the pin which he secured in the second period.
At 138 Fabio Martinez faced Kyle Smith who kept it close for awhile but Fabio kept the pressure up and eventually pinned Smith.
Drew Guttentag (145) worked his cradle for a second period pin.
Jeo Martinez was up 2-1 in the first period and continued to press eventually winning 14-4, a major decision.
At 160 Evan Wassman got into a bear hug with Ari Margolis that would land Margolis on his back for an early lead. Evan would widen the lead before getting back in the bear hug position favored by Margolis and this time it went the other way, with Evan bridging off his back as the buzzer closed out the second period and his lead has narrowed to 7-6. Evan would then bring out the hammer lock in the third period for a pin.
After a scoreless first period Noah Bowers would win a decision over Hunter March.
Emmanuel Oladapo at 182 fought a close battle with Kailer Ramm with his refusal to be turned making the difference in a hard fought 9-7 victory.
At 195 Santiago Burke-Carreno would get Clarksburg’s first points with a pin over David Folivi.
Andrew Atienza was in a close one but would lose 5-3 and then Alhassane Kouyate lost by fall.
At 106 Ike Guttentag would halt the brief Clarksburg run with a third period pin from a butcher.
Christian Simpson (113) made short work of his opponent pinning him with a cradle.
At 120 Alejandro Cubillan faced a tough Alex Gonzalez and while he wrestled well from his feet in the first period, he would eventually get pinned in this final match of the night.
Up next BCC will face state-ranked Springbrook on Wednesday 1/16, 6:15 at home.