NCAA.com | February 8, 2014 No. 3 Messiah defeats Johns Hopkins in lopsided dual meet 33-9 Share GRANTHAM, Pa. -- Messiah took down the Blue Jays of Johns Hopkins, winning 33-9 in a home dual. The Falcons dominated the visitors from start to finish and move to 18-2 on the season.Helping the Falcons to a healthy lead early on was a Johns Hopkins forfeit at 125 pounds, making the score 6-0 for Messiah. The Blue Jays elected not to wrestle their top man Paul Bewak, currently ranked No. 1 in Division III.Messiah's No. 1 wrestler at 141 pounds, Kaleb Loht took to the mat and pinned Evan Krumheuer in the first period at 2:37 to give the Falcons another six points. After that third match, the Falcons held a 15-0 lead against the Blue Jays.Duncan Crystal then got three points back for Johns Hopkins at 149 pounds, defeating Greg Kabakjian in a 4-2 decision. Kabakjian was down 3-0 at one point in the match and came back with a takedown, making it 3-2, but couldn't get the advantage for the remainder.Larry Cannon and Kalann Washington brought more wins in for the Falcons at 157 and 165 pounds, respectively. Cannon fought an exciting, fast-paced match and got the 7-5 decision against Christian Salera. Washington completed a slower-paced, but not less exciting, 2-1 decision against Welles Sakmar.