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Area Wrestlers Ready to Compete at NHSCA Duals

| May 21, 2015 | 1 Comment

Seven area wrestlers will compete at the NHSCA National Duals in Virginia Beach, Virginia beginning Saturday.

The following are competing this weekend:

High School:

Hayden Hidlay 152  Bison Legend Orange

Trent Hidlay – 152 Bison Legend Blue

Trey Hartsock – 195 Bison Legend Orange

Noah Stewart – 170 Renegade Elite

Jonah Kile – 132 Renegade Elite

Logan Wise – 132 Chocolatetown Thunder

Elementary:

Trey Kibe – 105 Bison Legend Orange

Hidlay Brothers Complete Sweep, Capture PAWF Greco Titles

| May 17, 2015 | 0 Comments
Trent (Left) and Hayden Hidlay (right) are double winners at the PAWF championships in Chambersburg.

Trent (Left) and Hayden Hidlay (right) are double winners at the PAWF championships in Chambersburg.

The Hidlay brothers completed the sweep of the PAWF championships by winning titles in Greco-Roman on Sunday after claiming Freestyle gold on Saturday.

Trent Hidlay posted three technical falls, including a 13-0 win over Ariel Silverio of Muhlenberg in the 160-pound Cadet finals.

In the Junior division, Hayden Hidlay out-scored his opponents 28-0 to win the Greco championship. Hayden collected two tech falls and a 8-0 win over Lucas Ortiz (Conestoga Valley) in the finals.

PAWF Greco-Roman Results

Trent Hidlay – 160 Cadet
First Round: Bye
Quarter: 12-0 TF over Savien Smith, Bones WC
Semi: 18-7 TF over Mitchell Milgrand, Benton
Final: 13-0 TF over Ariel Silverio, Muhlenberg
Hayden Hidlay – 152 Junior
First Round: Bye
Quarter: 10-0 TF over Timmy Limberieu, Maurer Academy
Semi: 10-0 TF over Evan Brown, XCalibur
Final: 8-0 Dec. over Lucas Ortiz, Conestoga Valley

Gruesome Twosome Capture PAWF Freestyle Titles

| May 17, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Hayden Hidlay takes Jimmy Saylor to his back in the 152-pound Junior finals at PAWF championships.

The Gruesome Twosome, Hayden and Trent Hidlay, captured  championships at the PAWF Freestyle Championships on Saturday.

Hayden won the Junior title at 152, while Trent captured gold in the Cadet division at 160.

Hayden breezed to the title with three technical falls, including a 10-0 decision over Easton’s Jimmy Saylor in the finals.

Trent posted three tech falls and a decision in his march to the championship. He defeated Benjamim Root of Solanco by a 15-5 technical fall in the finals.

Greco-Roman action kicks off today.

PAWF Results

Cadet-1st Round

160: Trent Hidlay technical fall Austin Watkins, Harrisburg, 12-0

Cadet-Quarterfinals

160: Trent Hidlay pinned Timmy Wallace, Young Guns

Cadet-Semifinals

160: Trent Hidlay dec. Jonah Barley, Lancaster Alliance, 14-11.

Cadet-Finals

160: Trent Hidlay technical fall Benjamin Root, Solanco, 15-5.

Junior-1st Round

152: Hayden Hidlay, bye

Junior-Quarterfinals

152: Hayden Hidlay technical fall Raheeb Rahamatulli, 10-0.

Junior-Semifinals

152: Hayden Hidlay technical fall Nick Monaco, Saegertown, 12-2.

Junior-Finals

152: Hayden Hidlay, technical fall Jimmy Saylor, Easton, 10-0.

Trent Hidlay with Bison coach Ian Assael after winning the 160-pound Cadet PAWF title.

Trent Hidlay with Bison coach Ian Assael after winning the 160-pound Cadet PAWF title.

News and Notes: Hidlay Brothers Ready for PAWF States

| May 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

PAWF State Championships get Underway

Hayden Hidlay (Junior-152) and Trent Hidlay (Cadet-160) will compete in the PAWF State Championship this weekend at Chambersburg HS. Freestyle action gets underway at 8:30 am Saturday, while Greco-Roman is slated for 10 am Sunday.

This is a qualifier for the Cadet and Junior Nationals in Fargo.

Hayden Hidlay in Intermat Senior Rankings

After being ranked 11th overall in the Class of 2016 by Flo Wrestling, Hayden Hidlay finds himself rated No. 20 overall in the Intermat Class of 2016.

The NC State bound Hidlay is rated the fourth best recruit in Pennsylvania by Flo and fifth by Intermat.

Watch Hayden in a Cool Flo Wrestling

Check out the nice video segment of Hayden, among others, in the Pop and Flo highlight reel.

Hayden does a nice little flip in the video. You can see the entire 3-plus minute video on the Flo sight. Scroll down to the Pop and Flo link (Hayden is the picture above the link).

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Hidlay Wins Record Third Tate Award

| May 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hayden Hidlay keeps setting records and making history and Tuesday night was no exception.

Hidlay was honored with the Rod Tate Award, which is presented annually to the high school’s best wrestler.

He is the first three-time winner of the award, first presented in 1979. Noah Stewart finished second in the voting, followed by Trey Hartsock.

Hidlay finished his junior season with a 43-2 record and a third-place finish at 145 pounds. Hidlay is currently ranked the 11th best senior in the class of 2015-16 by Flo Wrestling.

“It’s pretty cool to win it again. With the amount of talent we have on this team it’s an honor to win this award,” Hidlay said. “You have guys who are very capable of winning it the last couple years. Hopefully, we will get a tie next year if we all win states. That’s what we’re all hoping for. A lot of the wrestlers on the list (Tate Award winners) may not have won three but they did win state titles and that’s what I’m looking for.”

Hidlay owns a 109-14 career record with three District 6 championships, two Northwest Regional crowns and a third and sixth place medal at the PIAA championships. He also has numerous medals and trophies competing in Freestyle and Greco-Roman during the spring and summer.

“The thing I improved on the most this season was my maturity. I was physically more mature and mentally I was more stable on the mat,” Hidlay said. “I had a game plan going in and even when bad stuff happened during a match I always bounced back. That’s where I grew as a wrestler this year.”

Stewart finished fourth in the PIAA championships with a 41-7 record at 160 pounds, while Hartsock was 37-8 on the season, finishing seventh at 195.

The Tate Award is presented annually by MERF Radio to Mifflin County’s top wrestler. Nominees are voted on by local media, including The Sentinel, and representatives of the Mifflin County High School’s athletic department. Each voter chose three candidates, with points awarded to first, second and third-place vote recipients and the award going to the player with the highest vote total.

The 2015 Husky Awards were presented by the Husky Club and on the wrestling side Isaac Underhill won the Senior Athlete and Scholar Athlete awards, Hayden won the Husky Athlete award, Noah Stewart took home the Husky Hustle award and Trey Hartsock captured the Husky Pride award.

R O D     T A T E     M E M O R I A L     W R E S T L I N G     A W A R D
Y E A R N A M E   –  GRADE  –   S C H O O L   –   WT.  CLASS
1979 (tie)  Joe  Heller   (Sr.),    Chief  Logan             105#
(tie)  Ken  Whitsel   (Sr.),    Lewistown             112#
1980 Lew  Copenhaver   (Sr.),    Chief  Logan            138#
1981 Warren  Stewart   (Sr.),    Lewistown               132#
1982 George  Snook   (Jr.),    Lewistown                  105#
1983 George  Snook   (Sr.),    Lewistown                 126#
1984 Mike  Robinson   (Sr.),    Lewistown                 138#
1985 Troy  Hartsock   (Sr.),    Chief  Logan               155#
1986 Mark  Shafranich   (Sr.),    Kishacoquillas           145#
1987 Mike  Lightner   (Jr.),    Lewistown                    119#
1988 Joe  Daubert   (Jr.),    Chief  Logan                  HWT.
1989 Joe  Daubert   (Sr.),    Indian  Valley                 275#
1990 Rob  Ruby   (Jr.),    Indian  Valley                    130#
1991 Rob  Ruby   (Sr.),    Indian  Valley                   135#
1992 Denny  Osborne   (Sr.),    Lewistown                 189#
1993 Larry  Collins   (Sr.),    Indian  Valley                 130#
1994 Matt  Sheetz   (Sr.),    Indian  Valley                 145#
1995 Jeremy  Hoy   (Sr.),    Lewistown                    171#
1996 Brock  Hite   (So.),    Indian  Valley                 103#
1997 Brock  Hite   (Jr.),    Indian  Valley                  103#
1998 Barry Osborne   (Sr.),    Lewistown                 189#
1999 Andrew  Curry   (Sr.),    Lewistown                 145#
2000 Noah  Miller   (Sr.),    Lewistown                 140# / 145#
2001 Justin  Hower   (Sr.),    Lewistown                 171#
2002 Nathan  Smith   (Sr.),    Indian  Valley             152#
2003 Andrew  Winters   (Jr.),    Indian  Valley            103#
2004 Matt  Shank   (Sr.),    Indian  Valley             135# / 140#
2005 Nic  Bedelyon   (So.),    Indian  Valley             103#
2006 Matt  Bonson   (Jr.),    Lewistown             119#
2007 Nic  Bedelyon   (Sr.),    Indian  Valley             119#
2008 Matt  Snyder   (Sr.),    Lewistown                 119#
2009 Tye  Boyer   (Sr.),    Indian  Valley             140#
2010 Colton  Spade   (Sr.),    Lewistown                 160#
2011 Kaleb  Loht   (Sr.),    Indian  Valley                  125#
2012 Tyson  Searer   (Sr.),    Mifflin  County              220#
2013 Hayden  Hidlay   (Fr.),   Mifflin  County             113#
2014 Hayden Hidlay (So.), Mifflin County                 138#
2015 Hayden Hidlay (Jr.), Mifflin County                   145#