Mifflin County juniors Trey Hartsock and Noah Stewart placed at the Super 32 qualifier in Chambersburg recently.
Hartsock was champ at 190 pounds, while Stewart finished second at 160.
Both qualified for the Super 32, along with Hayden Hidlay, to be held on November 1-2 at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina.
The North Carolina State coaching staff will be conducting a free wrestling clinic on Wednesday, August 27, from 7:00-8:30 PM at the Mifflin County High School.
The Wolfpack, coached by Pat Popolizio, along with assistants Frank Beasley, Jamil Kelly and Obe Blanc, finished the 2013-14 season with a 14-7 mark and crowned a national champion in heavyweight Nick Gwiazdowski.
Blanc, who will serve as a volunteer assistant this season, is a a 2013 U.S. World Team Trials champion and U.S. Open champion.
Popolizio and staff are in Pennsylvania for recruiting purposes and asked to hold the clinic at Mifflin County.
Mifflin County’s Hayden Hidlay finished 3-2 and was eliminated from the competition on day one of the Junior National Freestyle Championships in Fargo, North Dakota on Friday.
Hidlay, who earned All-American status earlier with a fifth-place finish in Greco, opened up the 145-pound weight class with a 11-0 technical fall over Nate Malinowski of Maryland.
In the second round, Hidlay dropped a tough 5-4 decision to Minnesota’s Mark Voss falling into the consolation bracket.
Hayden bounced back with a 12-2 technical fall victory over Jake Bell of Texas and a 10-0 tech fall over Tyler Gilger of West Virginia.
Hidlay’s tournament came to an end after a 10-0 tech fall loss to Mike Longo of California.
Hayden Hidlay tech fall Nate Malinowski, Maryland 11-0.
Mark Voss, Minnesota dec. Hayden Hidlay, 5-4.
Consolation – Second Round
Hayden Hidlay tech fall Jake Bell, Texas, 12-2.
Hayden Hidlay, Mifflin County tech fall Tyler Gilger, West Virginia, 10-0.
Mike Longo, California tech fall Hayden Hidlay, 10-0.
Mifflin County’s Hayden Hidlay (145) went 6-2 and finished in fifth place at the Junior National Greco-Roman Championships at the Fargodome.
Hidlay breezed through to the quarterfinals with two pins and a technical fall before losing to Sir Romeo Howard of Illinois by a 14-1 tech fall.
The soon-to-be junior battled back with two wins in the consolations before dropping a 14-4 tech fall to Larry Early of Illinois. In the match for fifth place, Hidlay dominated Chase Lemons of Idaho by a 10-0 score.
Hayden will compete in the Junior National Freestyle Championships this weekend.
Sir Romeo Howard, Illinois tech fall Hayden Hidlay, 14-1.
Consolation Round 8:
Hayden Hidlay dec. Patricio Lugo, Florida, 4-2.
Hayden Hidlay tech fall Keenan Carter, Illinois, 10-0.
Larry Early, Illinois tech fall Hayden Hidlay, 14-4.
Hayden Hidlay tech fall Chase Lemons, Idaho, 10-0.
Hayden Hidlay, bye.
Hayden Hidlay tech fall Jay Oakes, New York, 10-0.
Hayden Hidlay pinned Anthony Africano, Connecticut, :18.
Hayden Hidlay pinned Wyatt Wycoff, California, 2:23.