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Gruesome Twosome Dominate in Phil Portuese Greco Tournament

| May 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Gruesome Twosome – Hayden and Trent Hidlay – dominated the competition Sunday at the Phil Portuese Greco-Roman Tournament in East Strousburg.

In the University division, Hayden outscored his opponents by a 48-2 score, rolling to the 70kg title. In the round-robin weight class, Hidlay defeated John Goyetche (Maine) 13-2, Christopher Rodgers (Pennsylvania) 14-0, Sean Miller (New York) 10-0 and Codey Smock (Michigan) 11-0.

Trent captured first at 160 in the Junior division, racking up three technical falls and a pin.

Hidlay opened with a bye and then scored a 10-0 technical over Aryemis Brown (Maryland) to advance to the quarterfinals where he pinned Conner Johnson (Maine) in 1:07. He reached the finals with a 11-1 technical fall over A.J. Calas (New Jersey).

In the finals, the Husky sophomore took out Nick Pederson (New York) by a 14-4 technical fall.

University Division – 70kg

Hayden Hidlay technical fall John Goyetche, Maine, 13-2.
Hayden Hidlay technical fall Christopher Rodgers, PA, 14-0.
Hayden Hidlay technical fall Sean Miller, New York, 10-0.
Hayden Hidlay technical fall Codey Smock, Michigan, 11-0.

Junior Division-160

First Round

Trent Hidlay, bye

Second Round

Trent Hidlay technical fall Ayremis Brown, Maryland, 10-0.

Quarterfinals

Trent Hidlay pinned Conner Johnson, Maine, 1:07.

Semifinals

Trent Hidlay technical fall A.J. Calas, New Jersey, 11-1.

Finals

Trent Hidlay technical fall Nick Pederson, New York, 14-4.

Hidlay, Kibe Place Second at Phil Portuese Tournament

| April 30, 2016 | 0 Comments
Trey Kibe (left) competes in the Phil Portuese Freestyle Tournament.

Trey Kibe (left) competes in the Phil Portuese Freestyle Tournament.

Mifflin County grapplers Trent Hidlay and Trey Kibe placed second at the Phil Portuese Tournament at East Stroudsburg on Saturday.

Hidlay cruised into the 160-pound Junior division finals with three technical falls and a pin. In the finals, Trent fell 6-2 to Hunter Bolen, a 2016 state champion from Virginia.

In the Schoolboy division, Kibe made the 128-pound finals with a 6-5 decision and a tech fall. In the finals, Jackson Dean of Delaware handed Kibe a 10-0 loss.

Junior Results

First Round

160: Trent Hidlay, bye.

Second Round

160: Trent Hidlay technical fall Nick Pederson, NY, 14-2.

Third Round

160: Trent Hidlay pinned Jake Barry, NY, 1:27.

Quarterfinals

160: Trent Hidlay technical fall Michael Manley, PA, 11-0.

Semifinals

160: Trent Hidlay technical fall Austin Farabaugh, PA, 14-4.

Finals

160: Hunter Bolen, VA dec. Trent Hidlay, 6-2.

Schoolboy Results

First Round

128: Trey Kibe, bye

Quarterfinals

128: Trey Kibe dec. Antonio Petrucelli, PA, 6-5.

Semifinals

128: Trey Kibe technical fall Liam Handel, MD, 10-0.

Finals

128: Jackson Dean, DE technical fall Trey Kibe, 10-0.

Hidlay Impressive in Phil Portuese Tournament; Wins University Level Title

| April 30, 2016 | 0 Comments
Hayden Hidlay has his hands raised in victory after defeating Randy Cruz in the finals.

Hayden Hidlay has his hands raised in victory after defeating Randy Cruz in the finals.

If anyone had any doubts about Hayden Hidlay and his ability to compete at the college level ended today. Hidlay entered his first college age tournament and proved he can compete at the next level by going 5-0 to capture the 70kg  title at the Phil Portuese Freestyle tournament in East Stroudsburg on Saturday.

Hidlay’s impressive run started with a 10-0 technical fall over Tristan Rifanburg. In the second round, the Husky senior rolled to a 10-0 tech fall over Matt Cimato of Drexel. Cimato is a two-time NCAA qualifier who was seeded fourth for nationals this season and owns a win over Jason Tsirtsis, former national champ from Northwestern.

In the quarters, Hidlay took out future teammate Sam Speno by a 10-6 score and rolled to another 10-0 tech fall over Lou Mascola of Maryland in the semifinals.

Hayden saved his best win for last – defeating Randy Cruz of Lehigh in the finals with a 9-4 victory. Cruz placed eighth at nationals to earn All-American status.

Phil Portuese 70kg Results

First Round

Hayden Hidlay technical fall Tristan Rifanburg, 10-0.

Second Round

Hayden Hidlay technical fall Matt Cimato, 10-0.

Quarterfinals

Hayden Hidlay dec. Sam Speno, 10-6.

Semifinals

Hayden Hidlay technical fall Lou Mascola, 10-0.

Finals

Hayden Hidlay dec. Randy Cruz, 9-4.

 

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Allison Wins Ohio Tournament of Champions; Kibe Takes Fourth

| April 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Eight kids wrestled at the Ohio Tournament of Champions from Mifflin County and Nic Allison went 3-0 and won the 14-under, 68-pound championship last Saturday.

Trey Kibe went 6-2 and placed 4th at 126 pounds in the 14-under division. Also wrestling but not placing were Kyler and Kamden Everly, Christian Fisher, Layten and Landen Bowersox and Carter Yohn.

The Gruesome Twosome at the Pinning Down Autism Duals

| April 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

(Photos by Mark Hidlay)

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