Hayden Hidlay made the All-USA 2015-16 All-American team sponsored by USA Today and American Family Insurance.
Pennsylvania leads the team with 10 selections followed by four from Ohio and three from Minnesota. Two wrestlers per weight class were selected. Hidlay, a North Carolina State recruit, and Mason Manville (Penn State) were the 152-pound selections.
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Mifflin County’s Trey Hartsock became the third Husky wrestler to continue his career at the next level by committing to Lock Haven University.
Hartsock finished seventh in the PIAA Class AAA state tournament last season at 195 pounds. He will wrestle at 197 for the Bald Eagles.
The Husky senior comes into the 2015-16 season with a career record of 68-20 with two district championships and a regional crown under his belt. Hartsock finished seventh at the Super 32 this month in North Carolina.
Hartsock joins Hayden Hidlay (North Carolina State) and Noah Stewart (Army) as Mifflin County recruits.
Hayden Hidlay scored a 1-0 victory over Bryce Rogers of Florida at the NE Duals All-Star High School match on Sunday.
Hidlay, ranked third in the nation at 152, wore the Wayne Danger singlet honoring Wayne Yohn, the founder of the Wayne Danger club, who sadly passed away on Tuesday.
(Editor’s note: There will be a story in Saturday’s Sentinel about Hayden’s signing).