Archive for May, 2016

Hidlay Makes History: Wins Fourth Tate Award

| May 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

Wolfpack Tops in 2016 Recruiting

| May 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

Both Flo Wrestling and InterMat selected North Carolina State with the top recruiting class of 2016. Penn State, with three of the top seven recruits in the nation, was second.

The Wolfpack landed five top 100 recruits in deep class of 12 total recruits to edge the Nittany Lions. Mifflin County state champion Hayden Hidlay committed to NC State a year ago.

Check out Hidlay and the InterMat Top 25 in the article link below.

Intermat Top 25 Recruiting Class of 2016


Wagner Competes for Team PA at Heartland Duals

| May 7, 2016 | 0 Comments
Hunter Wagner earns a medal competing for Team PA Blue at the Heartland Duals.

Hunter Wagner earns a medal competing for Team PA Blue at the Heartland Duals. Photo by Greg Wagner.


Mifflin County’s Hunter Wagner (195) wrestled for team PA Blue in the middle school division at the Heartland National Duals in Iowa going 5-2 with four falls.

Team PA Blue went 6-1 at the event.

Gruesome Twosome Dominate in Phil Portuese Greco Tournament

| May 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Trent Hidlay with his OW Award in Greco-Roman.

Trent Hidlay with his OW Award in Greco-Roman.

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

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.


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


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


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