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Nittany Lions Pounce on Northwestern; Dominate 45-3

| January 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

(From Penn State SID)

No. 1 Penn State (10-0, 6-0 B1G) easily handled visiting Northwestern (6-6, 1-5) in sold out Rec Hall on Sunday. Head coach Cael Sanderson’s squad won nine of ten bouts, including three pins, to roll to a 45-3 victory and remain unbeaten on the year.

The Nittany Lions increased their dual match win streak to 27 straight dating back to the end of the 2014-15 season. Penn State sent seven underclassmen into the bout against the Wildcats. The capacity crowd of 6,630, the largest Rec Hall crowd of the year for the Lions, was the 33rd straight Rec Hall sell-out for Penn State. The Nittany Lions have sold out 36 of their last 38 duals, including three of five in the Bryce Jordan Center.

The dual began at 125 where freshman Nick Suriano (Paramus, N.J.), ranked No. 1 nationally, turned a quick second period reversal into a pin at the 3:10 mark of Northwestern’s Anthony Rubinetti. Suriano lead 10-2 at the time. . At 133, sophomore George Carpenter (Chapel Hill, N.C.) suffered a hard-fought 4-3 loss to Northwestern’s Jason Ipsarides. Senior Jimmy Gulibon (Latrobe, Pa.), ranked No. 12 at 141, continued his outstanding run with a 20-5 technical fall at the 5:25 mark over NU’s Alec McKenna. Gulibon tallied seven takedowns in the win.

Junior Zain Retherford (Benton, Pa.) won at 149, receiving a forfeit victory. The win was Retherford’s 50th straight victory dating back to the 2013-14 season. His win pushed Penn State out to a 17-3 lead. Sophomore Jason Nolf (Yatesboro, Pa.), ranked No. 1 at 157, notched Penn State’s second fall of the dual, pinning Ben Sullivan at the 4:39 mark. Nolf’s win gave Penn State a 23-3 lead heading into the halftime break.

Red-shirt freshman Vincenzo Joseph (Pittsburgh, Pa.), ranked no. 4 at 165, got the afternoon off, and senior Caleb Livingston (Drexel Hill, Pa.) got the nod in front of the sell-out Rec Hall crowd. Livingston took advantage of the chance and thrilled the Rec Hall crowd by picking up a first period pin of Anthony Petrone at the 2:19 mark. The win was Livingston’s first dual victory as a Nittany Lion. True freshman Mark Hall (Apple Valley, Minn.), ranked No. 7 at 174, won by forfeit, pushing Penn State out to a 35-3 lead. Hall will look to make his actual Rec Hall debut in two weeks against Illinois. The true freshman leads Penn State with 20 wins and improves to 20-2 overall with the victory.

Sophomore Bo Nickal (Allen, Texas), ranked No. 2 at 184, faced No. 20 Mitch Sliga in the lone match-up between ranked opponents. Nickal dominated the action from start to finish and posted the 10-1 major with over 3:00 in riding time. Junior Matt McCutcheon (Apollo, Pa.), ranked No. 10 at 197, rolled through Northwestern senior Jacob Berkowitz, posting a 10-3 win with 1:37 in riding time to move Penn State out to a 42-3 lead. Sophomore Nick Nevills (Clovis, Calif.), ranked No. 4 at 285, closed out the dual with a hard-fought 5-4 win over talented Northwestern big man Conan Jennings and the Nittany Lions rolled to the 45-3 win.

Penn State dominated the takedown war, posting a 22-3 edge. In Penn State’s two weekend dual meets, the team amassed a stunning 47-5 takedown advantage. The Nittany Lions won nine of ten bouts and picked up 18 bonus points off three pins (Suriano, Nolf, Livingston), two forfeits (Retherford, Hall), a tech fall (Gulibon) and a major (Nickal).

Retherford has now won 50 straight matches dating back to the end of the 13-14 season. He is 15-0 with 11 pins, a forfeit, a tech and a major. Nolf is 15-0 with nine pins, a major and four techs. Nickal is 14-0 with 11 pins and two majors this season. The Nittany Lions are now 10-0, 6-0 in the Big Ten, and winners of 27 straight duals. Northwestern falls to 6-6, 1-5 B1G.

Penn State visits No. 3 Ohio State next Friday, Feb. 3, for a 6 p.m. dual meet that will air live nationally on the Big Ten Network. Penn State’s next home date is a meeting with Illinois on Friday, Feb. 10, at 7 p.m. in Rec Hall. All Rec Hall dual meets are sold out, but a very limited number of Standing Room Only tickets can be purchased by calling 1-800-NITTANY. Penn State Fans are encouraged to follow Penn State wrestling via twitter at @pennstateWREST, on Penn State Wrestling’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennstatewrestling and on Instagram at www.instagram.com/pennstatewrest.

#1 Penn State 45, Northwestern 3
January 29, 2017 — Rec Hall — University Park, Pa.

125: #3 Nick Suriano PSU pinned Anthony Rubinetti NU, WBF (3:10) / 6-0
133: Jason Ipsarides NU dec. George Carpenter PSU, 4-3 / 6-3
141: #12 Jimmy Gulibon PSU tech fall Alec McKenna NU, 20-5 (TF; 5:25) / 11-3
149: #1 Zain Retherford PSU win by forfeit / 17-3
157: #1 Jason Nolf PSU pinned Ben Sullivan NU, WBF (4:39) / 23-3
165: Caleb Livingston PSU pinned Anthony Petrone NU, WBF (2:19) / 29-3
174: #7 Mark Hall PSU win by forfeit / 35-3
184: #2 Bo Nickal PSU maj. dec. #20 Mitch Sliga NU, 10-1 / 39-3
197: #10 Matt McCutcheon PSU dec. Jacob Berkowitz NU, 10-3 / 42-3
285: #4 Nick Nevills PSU dec. Conan Jennings NU, 5-4 / 45-3
Attendance: 6,630
Records: Penn State 10-0, 6-0 B1G; Northwestern 6-6, 1-5 B1G
Up Next for Penn State: at #3 Ohio State, Friday, Feb. 3, 6 p.m.

Complete Mifflin County Results From Ultimate Warrior

| January 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

Derek Burk (Mifflin County Hs) – (2-2, DNP)
Derek Burk (Mifflin County Hs) over Evan Grech (Brockway Area Hs) (MD 10-2)
Jacob Powers (Saint Josephs Catholic Academy) over Derek Burk (Mifflin County Hs) (MD 8-0)
Derek Burk (Mifflin County Hs) over Hudson Pase (West Branch Hs) (MD 9-1)
Dominic Vadala (Hickory Hs) over Derek Burk (Mifflin County Hs) (Dec 4-0)

Christian Fisher (Mifflin County Hs) – (3-2, 4th)
Christian Fisher (Mifflin County Hs) over Saul Blankenhorn (Blue Mountain Hs) (TF 19-2 2:30)
Christian Fisher (Mifflin County Hs) over Chase Chapman (Philipsburg Osceola Area Hs) (TF 18-1 0:00)
Anthony Glasl (Brockway Area Hs) over Christian Fisher (Mifflin County Hs) (Dec 10-7)
Christian Fisher (Mifflin County Hs) over Ethan Kauffman (Saint Josephs Catholic Academy) (Dec 3-0)
3rd Place Match – James Gulla (Hickory Hs) over Christian Fisher (Mifflin County Hs) (Dec 2-1)

Austin Haubrick (Mifflin County Hs) – (4-2, 4th)
Austin Haubrick (Mifflin County Hs) over Caleb Kitko (Moshannon Valley Hs) (Dec 4-3)
Luke McGonigal (Clearfield Area Hs) over Austin Haubrick (Mifflin County Hs) (Fall 2:07)
Austin Haubrick (Mifflin County Hs) over Josh Roberti (Wilson Area Hs) (Fall 2:10)
Austin Haubrick (Mifflin County Hs) over Cameron Green (Dallastown Area Hs) (Dec 4-2)
Austin Haubrick (Mifflin County Hs) over Nick Nye (Blue Mountain Hs) (Dec 8-4)
3rd Place Match – Brad Smith (Marion Center Area Hs) over Austin Haubrick (Mifflin County Hs) (Dec 3-0)

Trent Hidlay (Mifflin County Hs) – (4-0, 1st)
Trent Hidlay (Mifflin County Hs) over Robert Briggs (Ridgway Area Hs) (Fall 2:38)
Trent Hidlay (Mifflin County Hs) over Dylan Bisel (Bald Eagle Area Hs) (Fall 2:30)
Trent Hidlay (Mifflin County Hs) over Carmen Gett (Marion Center Area Hs) (Fall 2:34)
1st Place Match – Trent Hidlay (Mifflin County Hs) over Britton Simington (Altoona Area Hs) (TF 22-7 0:00)

Kaden Knouse (Mifflin County Hs) – (0-2, DNP)
Tyler Lingafelt (Richland Hs) over Kaden Knouse (Mifflin County Hs) (Dec 10-7)
Michael Stewart (Marion Center Area Hs) over Kaden Knouse (Mifflin County Hs) (Dec 12-7)

Scout Kyper (Mifflin County Hs) – (4-2, 5th)
Scout Kyper (Mifflin County Hs) over Lamar Shepard (Hickory Hs) (Dec 7-0)
Cole Forrester (Shippensburg Area Hs) over Scout Kyper (Mifflin County Hs) (Fall 2:14)
Scout Kyper (Mifflin County Hs) over Matt Ross (Dallastown Area Hs) (MD 13-2)
Scout Kyper (Mifflin County Hs) over Clayton Stewart (Moshannon Valley Hs) (Dec 3-2)
Jerry Moore (Blairsville Hs) over Scout Kyper (Mifflin County Hs) (Dec 3-1)
5th Place Match – Scout Kyper (Mifflin County Hs) over Seth Johnson (Towanda Area Hs) (Dec 7-2)

Noah Myers (Mifflin County Hs) – (4-1, 3rd)
Noah Myers (Mifflin County Hs) over Jamal Hicks (Tyrone Area Hs) (MD 15-3)
Noah Myers (Mifflin County Hs) over Matt Johnson (Philipsburg Osceola Area Hs) (Dec 5-2)
Josh Mason (Blue Mountain Hs) over Noah Myers (Mifflin County Hs) (SV-1 (Fall) 7:45)
Noah Myers (Mifflin County Hs) over Bryce Barclay (Ridgway Area Hs) (Dec 10-3)
3rd Place Match – Noah Myers (Mifflin County Hs) over Dalton Daugherty (Dallastown Area Hs) (Dec 1-0)

John Retherford (Mifflin County Hs) – (3-2, DNP)
John Retherford (Mifflin County Hs) over Brian Gunter (Tyrone Area Hs) (Dec 6-1)
Evan Courts (Saint Josephs Catholic Academy) over John Retherford (Mifflin County Hs) (TF 16-0 0:00)
John Retherford (Mifflin County Hs) over Tristan Beauseigneur (Philipsburg Osceola Area Hs) (Fall 4:39)
Jarrett Bezilla (West Branch Hs) over John Retherford (Mifflin County Hs) (Fall 2:57)
John Retherford (Mifflin County Hs) over Malaki Harper (Bellwood Antis Hs) (Fall 3:11)

Brian Smink (Mifflin County Hs) – (0-2, DNP)
Zavery Lesher (Wilson Area Hs) over Brian Smink (Mifflin County Hs) (Fall 1:39)
Tyler Watts (Johnsonburg Area Hs) over Brian Smink (Mifflin County Hs) (Fall 2:24)

Drayson Sullivan (Mifflin County Hs) – (0-2, DNP)
Ian Klinger (Philipsburg Osceola Area Hs) over Drayson Sullivan (Mifflin County Hs) (Fall 5:30)
Trenton Whaley (Bellwood Antis Hs) over Drayson Sullivan (Mifflin County Hs) (Dec 7-5)

Joey Taptich (Mifflin County Hs) – (4-2, 4th)
Joey Taptich (Mifflin County Hs) over Carter MacDonald (Dallastown Area Hs) (MD 11-0)
Tyler Denochick (West Branch Hs) over Joey Taptich (Mifflin County Hs) (Fall 0:30)
Joey Taptich (Mifflin County Hs) over Bailey Kudlawiec (Bellwood Antis Hs) (Fall 0:39)
Joey Taptich (Mifflin County Hs) over Dylan Ramsey (Shippensburg Area Hs) (Dec 2-1)
Joey Taptich (Mifflin County Hs) over Joe Ball (Moshannon Valley Hs) (Dec 8-1)
3rd Place Match – Daniel Yetsick (Ambridge Area Hs) over Joey Taptich (Mifflin County Hs) (Dec 4-0)

Hunter Wagner (Mifflin County Hs) – (1-2, DNP)
Riley Miller (United Hs) over Hunter Wagner (Mifflin County Hs) (Fall 0:33)
Hunter Wagner (Mifflin County Hs) over Kevin Croley (Blue Mountain Hs) (Dec 3-2)
Hunter Hockenberry (Bald Eagle Area Hs) over Hunter Wagner (Mifflin County Hs) (Fall 1:35)

Logan Wise (Mifflin County Hs) – (5-2, 7th)
Logan Wise (Mifflin County Hs) over Brandon Ixtepan (Tyrone Area Hs) (Fall 3:06)
Garrett Rigg (Bald Eagle Area Hs) over Logan Wise (Mifflin County Hs) (Dec 5-1)
Logan Wise (Mifflin County Hs) over David Duell (Oswayo Valley Hs) (Fall 0:44)
Logan Wise (Mifflin County Hs) over Anthony Micci (Wilson Area Hs) (Dec 9-3)
Logan Wise (Mifflin County Hs) over Brandon Miller (Hickory Hs) (For.)
Dylan Confer (West Branch Hs) over Logan Wise (Mifflin County Hs) (Fall 2:35)
7th Place Match – Logan Wise (Mifflin County Hs) over David Knolles (Towanda Area Hs) (Dec 9-4)

Ultimate Warrior Tournament – Hidlay Captures Title and 100 Career Wins; Six Others Place

| January 28, 2017 | 1 Comment

Trent Hidlay remained unbeaten on the season by winning the 170-pound title at the Ultimate Warrior Tournament on Saturday.

In the process, the Husky junior reached 100 career wins by going 4-0 at the event. His career record now stands at 100-14. Hidlay (27-0) pinned his way through the tournament to reach the finals where he dominated eighth ranked Brinton Simington of Altoona by a 22-7 technical fall in 5:40. The win was Hidlay’s second over Simington this season.

Trent is the 21st county wrestler in history to reach 100 wins and just the fifth in Mifflin County Huskies history to hit the milestone joining Isaac Underhill, Hayden Hidlay, Noah Stewart and Trey Hartsock. Tyson Searer reached 100 wins in a Husky uniform but spent most of his career at Lewistown.

Six other Husky grapplers made the medal stand with Noah Myers placing third at 126; Christian Fisher (106), Joey Taptich (113) and Austin Haubrick (182) finishing fourth; Scout Kyper took fifth at 195, and Logan Wise placed seventh at 132.

Mifflin County finished fifth in the team race with 135.5 points. Altoona won the team crown with 185.5 points, followed by Shippensburg, Wilson Area and Bald Eagle Area.

The tourney records for Mifflin County wrestlers are as follows: Hidlay (4-0), Myers (4-1), Wise (5-2), Taptich (4-2), Kyper (4-2), Fisher (3-2), Haubrick (3-3), John Retherford (3-2), Derek Burk (2-2), Hunter Wagner (1-2), Brian Smink (0-2), Kaden Knouse (0-2), and Drayson Sullivan (0-2).

Mifflin County is off until February 16 when it closes out the season on the road against Saint Marys.

Consolation Fourth Round

113: Joey Taptich, MC pinned Bailey Kudlawiec, Bellwood-Antis, :40.
132: Logan Wise, MC won by forfeit over Brandon Miller, Hickory.
138: Jarrett Bezilla, West Branch pinned John Retherford, MC, 2:56. (Retherford eliminated)
182: Austin Haubrick, MC pinned Josh Roberti, Wilson Area, 2:09.
195: Scout Kyper, MC major dec. Matt Ross, Dallastown, 13-2.
220: Hunter Hockenberry, BEA pinned Hunter Wagner, MC, 1:33. (Wagner eliminated)

Semifinals

106: Anthony Glasl, Brockway dec. Christian Fisher, MC, 10-7.
126: Josh Mason, Blue Mountain pinned Noah Myers, MC, 6:44 OT.
170: Trent Hidlay, MC pinned Cameron Gett, Marion Center, 3:13.

Consolation Quarterfinals

113: Joey Taptich, MC dec. Dylan Ramsey, Shippensburg, 3-1.
132: Dylan Confer, West Branch pinned Logan Wise, MC, 2:04.
182: Austin Haubrick, MC dec. Nick Nye, Blue Mountain, 8-4.
195: Scout Kyper, MC dec. Clayton Stewart, Moshannon Valley, 3-2.

Consolation Semifinals

106: Christian Fisher, MC dec. Ethan Kauffman, St. Joseph’s Academy, 3-0.
113: Joey Taptich, MC dec. Joe Ball, Moshannon Valley, 8-1.
126: Noah Myers, MC dec. Bryce Barclay, Ridgway, 10-3.
182: Austin Haubrick, MC dec. Cameron Green, Dallastown, 4-2.
195: Jerry Moore, Blairsville dec. Scout Kyper, 4-2.

Finals

170: Trent Hidlay, MC technical fall Brinton Simington, Altoona, 22-7 (5:40).

Third Place

106: James Gulla, Hickory dec. Christian Fisher, MC, 2-1.
113: Dan Yetsick, Ambridge dec. Joey Taptich, 4-0.
126: Noah Myers, MC dec. Dalton Daugherty, Dallastown, 1-0.
182: Brad Smith, Marion Center dec. Austin Haubrick, MC, 3-0.

Fifth Place

195: Scout Kyper, MC dec. Seth Johnson, Towanda, 7-2.

Seventh Place

132: Logan Wise, MC dec. DJ Knowles, Towanda, 9-4.

Team Standings (Top 10)

1. Altoona 185.5
2. Shippensburg 171
3. Wilson Area 156.5
4. BEA 151.5
5. Mifflin County 135.5
6. Dallastown 134
7. Clearfield 118
8. West Branch 114
9. Ridgway 113
10. Moshannon Valley 111

No. 1 Penn State Thrashes Wisconsin, 33-11

| January 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

(From Penn State SID)

No. 1 Penn State (9-0, 5-0 B1G) dominated No. 13 Wisconsin (3-4, 1-4 B1G) on the Badgers’ own mat in its fourth Big Ten road dual of the month.  Head Coach Cael Sanderson’s squad won seven of ten bouts and controlled the dual from start to finish in a 33-11 road victory.

The Nittany Lions increased their dual match win streak to 26 straight dating back to the end of the 2014-15 season.  Penn State sent seven underclassmen into the bout against the Badgers and posted a gaudy 25-2 takedown advantage.

The dual began at 157 where Nittany Lion sophomore Jason Nolf (Yatesboro, Pa.), ranked No. 1 at 157, bolted out to a 12-3 lead before pinning Jared Scharenbrock at the 3:48 mark in the second period to put Penn State up 6-0 early. The pin was Nolf’s eighth of the year.  Penn State red-shirt freshman Vincenzo Joseph (Pittsburgh, Pa.), ranked No. 4 at 165, met No. 3 Isaac Jordan in one of the dual’s most anticipated match-ups.  Joseph used a late takedown to take a 4-2 lead but with just :03 left, Jordan reversed the Lion to tie the match at 4-4.  The Badger senior countered a Joseph shot early in extra time to post a thrilling 6-4 (sv) win.

True freshman Mark Hall (Apple Valley, Minn.), ranked No. 7 at 174, picked up his first Penn State dual meet win in dominating fashion, rolling up six takedowns and 2:20 in riding time in a 17-4 major decision over UW’s Ryan Christensen. Sophomore Bo Nickal (Allen, Texas), ranked No. 2 at 184, continued his torrid pin parade, locking up a cradle late in the first period and pinning Hunter Ritter at the 2:35 mark.  The fall was the 11th in 13 wins for unbeaten Nickal.  Junior Matt McCutcheon (Apollo, Pa.), ranked No. 10 at 197, then downed No. 12 Ricky Robertson, using a second period escape and a third period ride-out to post a strong 2-0 decision with 1:50 in riding time. McCutcheon’s victory put Penn State up 19-3 at intermission.

The second half began with another of the dual’s most anticipated match-ups as sophomore Nick Nevills (Clovis, Calif.) ranked No. 4 at 285, took on senior Connor Medbery, ranked No. 2.  Nevills led 3-2 late in the bout when Medbery notched a last second takedown to post a hard-fought 4-3 win.  The loss to the second-ranked Badger senior was the first of the year for the Lion sophomore.  True freshman Nick Suriano (Paramus, N.J.), ranked No. 3 at 125, put Penn State up 23-6 with a dominating 15-4 win over Jens Lantz at 125.

Red-shirt freshman Triston Law (Windber, Pa.) made his season and Penn State dual debut at 133 and dropped a tough 17-2 tech fall to Wisconsin’s Eli Stickley. Senior Jimmy Gulibon (Latrobe, Pa.), ranked No. 12 at 141, continued Penn State’s dominance with a rousing 15-3 major over  No. 15 Cole Martin. Gulibon rolled off five takedowns in the impressive win. Junior Zain Retherford (Benton, Pa.), ranked No. 1 at 149, closed out the dual with an exclamation point, pinning Andrew Crone at the 4:30 mark.  The fall was Retherford’s 11th in his 14 wins this year.

Penn State, which won seven of ten bouts, dominated the action from start to finish. The Nittany Lions rolled up 25 takedowns to only one for Wisconsin. Sanderson’s Lions notched 12 bonus points off three pins (Nolf, Nickal, Retherford) and three majors (Hall, Suriano, Gulibon).

Retherford has now won 49 straight matches dating back to the end of the 13-14 season.  He is 14-0 with 11 pins, a tech and a major.  Nolf is 14-0 with eight pins, a major and four techs. Nickal is 13-0 with 11 pins and a major this season. The Nittany Lions are now 9-0, 5-0 in the Big Ten, and winners of 26 straight duals.  Wisconsin falls to 3-4, 1-4 B1G.

Penn State returns to Rec Hall on Sunday, Jan. 29, for a 2 p.m. dual with the Northwestern Wildcats. All Rec Hall dual meets are sold out, but a very limited number of Standing Room Only tickets can be purchased by calling 1-800-NITTANY. Penn State Fans are encouraged to follow Penn State wrestling via twitter at @pennstateWREST, on Penn State Wrestling’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennstatewrestling and on Instagram at www.instagram.com/pennstatewrest.

 

#1 Penn State 33, #13 Wisconsin 11

January 27, 2017 – Madison, Wis.

157: #1 Jason Nolf PSU pinned Jared Scharenbrock WIS, WBF (3:48)                 6-0

165: #3 Isaac Jordan WIS dec. (SV) #4 Vincenzo Joseph PSU, 6-4 (SV)               6-3

174: #7 Mark Hall PSU maj. dec. Ryan Christensen WIS, 17-4                              10-3

184: #2 Bo Nickal PSU pinned Hunter Ritter WIS, WBF (2:35)                               16-3

197: #10 Matt McCutcheon PSU dec. #12 Ricky Robertson WIS, 2-0                    19-3

285: #2 Connor Medbery WIS dec. #4 Nick Nevills PSU, 4-3                                19-6

125: #3 Nick Suriano PSU maj. dec. Jens Lantz WIS, 15-4                                   23-6

133: Eli Stickley WIS TF Triston Law PSU, 17-2 (TF; 7:00)                                    23-11

141: #12 Jimmy Gulibon PSU maj. dec. #15 Cole Martin WIS, 15-3                       27-11

149: #1 Zain Retherford PSU pinned Andrew Crone WIS, WBF (4:30)                   33-11

Attendance: 1,873

Records: Penn State 9-0, 5-0 B1G; Wisconsin 3-4, 1-4 B1G

Up Next for Penn State: hosts Northwestern, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2 p.m. – Rec Hall

Fisher, Myers and Hidlay in Semifinals at Ultimate Warrior Tournament

| January 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

First Round

106: Christian Fisher, MC, bye.
113: Joey Taptich, MC major dec. Carter McDonald, Dallastown, 11-0.
120: Derek Burk, MC major dec. Evan Grech, Brockway, 10-2.
126: Noah Myers, MC, bye.
132: Logan Wise, MC pinned Brandon Ixtepan, Tyrone, 1:08.
138: John Retherford, MC dec. Brian Gunter, Tyrone, 6-1.
145: Zavery Lesher, Wilson Area pinned Brian Smink, MC, 1:39.
152: Tyler Lingafelt, Richland dec. Kaden Knouse, 10-7.
160: Drayson Sullivan. MC, bye.
170: Trent Hidlay, MC, bye.
182: Austin Haubrick, MC, bye.
195: Scout Kyper, MC, bye.
220: Hunter Wagner, MC, bye.

Second Round

106: Christian Fisher, MC technical fall Saul Blankenhorn, Blue Mountain, 17-2 (2:30).
113: Tyler Denochick, West Branch pinned Joey Taptich, MC, 1:02.
120: Jacob Powers, St. Joseph’s Academy major dec. Derek Burk, MC, 8-0.
126: Noah Myers, MC major dec. Jamal Hicks, Tyrone, 15-3.
132: Garrett Rigg, BEA dec. Logan Wise, MC, 5-1.
138: Evan Courts, St. Joseph’s Academy technical fall John Retherford, MC, 15-0 (3:21).
160: Ian Klinger, P-O pinned Drayson Sullivan, MC, 5:18.
170: Trent Hidlay, MC pinned Robert Briggs, Ridgway, 1:45.
182: Austin Haubrick, MC dec. Caleb Kitko, Moshannon Valley, 4-3.
195: Scout Kyper, MC dec. Lamar Shepard, Hickory, 7-0.
220: Riley Miller, United pinned Hunter Wagner, MC, 1:27.

Quarterfinals

106: Christian Fisher, MC technical fall Chase Chapman, P-O, 16-1 (5:26).
126: Noah Myers, MC dec. Matt Johnson, P-O, 7-2.
170: Trent Hidlay, MC pinned Dylan Bisel, BEA, 3:05.
182: Luke McGonigal, Clearfield pinned Austin Haubrick, MC, 3:40.
195: Cole Forrester, Shippensburg pinned Scout Kyper, 2:47.

Consolation First Round

145: Brian Smink, MC, bye.
152: Kaden Knouse, MC, bye.

Consolation Second Round

120: Derek Burk, MC dec. Hudson Pase, West Branch, 7-1.
132: Logan Wise, MC pinned David Duell, Oswayo Valley, :44.
138: John Retherford, MC pinned Malacki Harper, Bellwood-Antis, 3:10
145: Tyler Watts, Johnsonburg pinned Brian Smink. MC, 2:24. (Smink eliminated)
152: Mike Stewart, Marion Center dec. Kaden Knouse, MC, 12-7. (Knouse eliminated)
160: Trentin Whaley, Bellwood-Antis dec. Drayson Sullivan, MC, 7-5. (Sullivan eliminated)
220: Hunter Wagner, MC, bye.

Consolation Third Round

120: Dom Vadala, Hickory dec. Derek Burk, MC, 4-0. (Burk eliminated)
132: Logan Wise, MC, dec. Anthony Micci, Wilson Area, 9-3.
138: John Retherford, MC pinned Tristan Beauseigneur, P-O, 2:04.
220: Hunter Wagner, MC dec. Kevin Croley, Blue Mountain, 3-2.

Semifinals

106: Christian Fisher, MC vs. Anthony Glasl, Brockway.
126: Noah Myers, MC vs. Josh Mason, Blue Mountain.
170: Trent Hidlay, MC vs. Cameron Gett, Marion Center.

Consolation Fourth Round

113: Joey Taptich, MC vs. Bailey Kudlawiec, Bellwood-Antis.
132: Logan Wise, MC vs. Brandon Miller, Hickory.
138: John Retherford. MC vs. Jarrett Bezilla, West Branch.
182: Austin Haubrick, MC vs. Josh Roberti, Wilson Area.
195: Scout Kyper, MC vs. Matt Ross, Dallastown.
220: Hunter Wagner, MC vs. Hunter Hockenberry, BEA.

Team Scores

1 SHIPPENSBURG 99.0
2 ALTOONA 98.5
3 WILSON 96.0
4 DALLASTOWN 87.0
5 BEA 84.5
6 MOSHANNON VALLEY 72.0
7 RIDGWAY 69.0
8 PHILIPSBURG-OSCEOLA 68.5
9 CLEARFIELD 68.0
9 MIFFLIN COUNTY 68.0