Archive for January, 2018

Siglerville Mat Club Captures Gettysburg Duals Crown

| January 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Siglerville Mat went 6-0, winning 75 matches out of a possible 108, to capture the championship in the 10-team Gettysburg Duals over the weekend.

Siglerville Results

Siglerville 87, New Oxford 10

Siglerville 70, Gettysburg 24

Siglerville 51, Hempfield 37

Siglerville 71, Nothern Garrett ( Maryland) 18

Siglerville 55, Cumberland Valley 33

Siglerville 44, Club Valor (Mifflinburg area) 42

Penn State Crushes Sparty 48-3

| January 14, 2018 | 0 Comments

Penn State (7-0, 3-0 B1G) dominated home standing Michigan State (4-5, 0-3 B1G) in Big Ten road action Sunday in East Lansing. The Nittany Lions rolled to a 48-3 victory on the back of five pins to move their dual win streak to 38.

Head coach Cael Sanderson’s squad won nine of ten bouts in the lopsided road victory, all for bonus points.  Five Penn Staters picked up pins, including senior Zain Retherford (Benton, Pa.), who moved within four of Penn State’s all-time record.

The dual began at 125.  Red-shirt freshman Devin Schnupp (Lititz, Pa.) battled Rayvon Foley tough but dropped a 6-2 decision to give the Spartans an early 3-0 lead.  Senior Corey Keener (Schuylkill Haven, Pa.) dominated Matt Santos at 133, rolling to a 12-2 major with almost 4:00 in riding time to put Penn State up 4-3.  True freshman Nick Lee (Evansville, Ind.), continuing his Penn State dual debut weekend at 141, dominated another nationally ranked wrestler.  Lee rolled over No. 20 Javier Gasca for a 16-1 technical fall at the 4:08 mark.

Retherford, ranked No. 1 at 149, picked up his 13th pin of the year with a fall over Jwan Britton at the 4:08 mark to put the Lions up 15-3.  Junior Jason Nolf (Yatesboro, Pa.), ranked No. 1 at 157, followed suit with his 13th pin, getting the fall over Jake Tucker at the 3:27 mark to give the Nittany Lions a 21-3 lead at intermission.

Junior Vincenzo Joseph (Pittsburgh, Pa.), ranked No. 1 at 165, continued Penn State’s pin streak out of intermission, pinning Austin Hiles at the 2:48 mark to give the Lions a 27-3 lead.  Sophomore Mark Hall (Apple Valley, Minn.), ranked No. 2 at 174, dominated Logan Ritchie, rolling his way to a 19-4 technical fall at the 6:21 mark.   Junior Bo Nickal (Allen, Texas), ranked No. 1 at 184, notched Penn State’s fourth pin, picking up a first period fall over Shwan Shadaia at the 2:02 mark to give Penn State a 38-3 lead.

Sophomore Anthony Cassar (Rocky Hill, N.J.) got the call at 197 and continued Penn State’s bonus parade with a dominant 16-3 major over Michigan State’s Nick May.  Junior Nick Nevills (Clovis, Calif.), ranked No. 8 at 285, finished off a stellar dual weekend for Penn State with the team’s fifth pin of the dual, a fall at the 6:35 mark over MSU’s Matt Lloyd.

Penn State won nine of ten bouts, all for bonus.  The Nittany Lions had five pins (Retherford, Nolf, Joseph, Nickal and Nevills), two tech falls (Lee and Hall) and two majors (Keener and Cassar).  Penn State owned a 40-3 takedown advantage. Retherford now has 13 pins this year and 49 for his career, just four shy of the all-time Penn State record of 53.  Nolf has 13 this season as well, 42 for his career, which is fifth all-time. Retherford and Nolf remain unbeaten all-time in Big Ten dual meets, Retherford is 29-0 and Nolf 21-0. Nickal picked up his ninth pin of the year and the 34th of his career, putting him seventh all-time on Penn State’s career pins list. Penn State, 7-0 overall and 3-0 in the Big Ten, has now won 38 straight dual meets dating back to the end of the 2014-15 season. Michigan State falls to 4-5, 0-3 in the Big Ten.

The Nittany Lions return home for the first time in a month for a battle against Purdue in Rec Hall on Friday, Jan. 19, at 7 p.m.  Penn State then visits Maryland on Sunday, Jan. 21, at 4 p.m. With all home dual meets sold out, a limited number of Standing Room Only (SRO) tickets are available to select Rec Hall duals based on availability.  Call 1-800-NITTANY for information or to purchase tickets.

The 2017-18 Penn State wrestling season is sponsored by The Family Clothesline. 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.

#2 Penn State 48, Michigan State 3

January 14, 2018 – East Lansing, Mich.

125: Rayvon Foley MSU dec. Devin Schnupp PSU, 6-2                                       0-3

133: Corey Keener PSU maj. dec. Matt Santos MSU, 12-2                                   4-3

141: Nick Lee PSU tech fall #20 Javier Gasca MSU, 16-1 (5:10)                           9-3

149: #1 Zain Retherford PSU pinned Jwan Britton MSU, WBF (4:08)                     15-3

157: #1 Jason Nolf PSU pinned Jake Tucker MSU, WBF (3:27)                            21-3

165: #1 Vincenzo Joseph PSU pinned Austin Hiles MSU, WBF (2:48)                   27-3

174: #2 Mark Hall PSU tech fall Logan Ritchie MSU, 19-4 (TF; 6:21)                     32-3

184: #1 Bo Nickal PSU pinned Shwan Shadaia MSU, WBF (2:02)             38-3

197: Anthony Cassar PSU maj. dec. Nick May MSU, 16-2                                    42-3

285: #8 Nick Nevills PSU pinned Matt Lloyd MSU, WBF (6:35)                             48-3

Records: Penn State 7-0, 3-0 B1G; Michigan State 4-5, 0-3 B1G

Up Next for Penn State: home vs. Purdue, Friday, Jan. 19, 7 p.m. in Rec Hall

Huskies Fall in Dallastown Duals Final to Central Mountain

| January 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

Mifflin County made it to the finals of the Dallastown Duals but fell in the championship to District 6 rival Central Mountain 40-24 on Saturday.

The Huskies (9-3) defeated Hatboro-Horsham (48-27) and Dallastown (36-35) to reach the finals against the Wildcats, who knocked off favored Cumberland Valley in the semifinals.

Central Mountain (8-1) won nine bouts, scoring premium bonus points in five of those with four pins and a major decision. Mifflin County won five matches, scoring the bonus in three bouts. The Huskies had three starters out of the lineup due to injury or illness – Joey Taptich at 126, John Retherford at 138, and Kross Todaro at 220.

Christian Fisher (113), Derek Burk (120), Trey Kibe (152/160), Trent Hidlay (182), and Jacob Krepps (195) all went 3-0 on the day. Josh Snook (126) and Logan Wise (132) were 2-1, while Andrew Weaver (106) and Brycen Hassinger (145) finished with 1-2 marks.

With the win over Hatboro, Coach Kirby Martin picked up his 100th win as Husky coach. Mifflin County hosts Cumberland Valley on Thursday.

Dallastown Duals
(Mifflin County results)

Mifflin County 48, Hatboro Horsham 27
106: Andrew Weaver (MCH) over Alanna Barberio (HHH) (Fall 5:30) 113: Christian Fisher (MCH) over Nick Costa (HHH) (Fall 1:05) 120: Derek Burk (MCH) over Jeff Emmell (HHH) (Fall 0:52) 126: Josh Snook (MCH) over Grayson Smith (HHH) (Fall 3:15) 132: Logan Wise (MCH) over Aly Yankanich (HHH) (Fall 0:44) 138: AJ Vegas (HHH) over Max Oburn (MCH) (Fall 2:26) 145: Brad Mallon (HHH) over Brycen Hassinger (MCH) (Dec 8-6) 152: Trey Kibe (MCH) over Riley Flaville (HHH) (Fall 1:28) 160: Patrick Chapman (HHH) over Cole Baker (MCH) (Dec 12-7) 170: Matt Needleman (HHH) over Anthony Fultz (MCH) (Fall 1:39) 182: Trent Hidlay (MCH) over Austin Jaffe (HHH) (Fall 2:38) 195: Jacob Krepps (MCH) over Matt Papay (HHH) (Fall 0:50) 220: Logan Flynn (HHH) over Dylan Grassmyer (MCH) (Dec 4-2) 285: Nick Chapman (HHH) over Bronson Smith-Price (MCH) (Fall 1:01)

Mifflin County 36, Dallastown 35
113: Christian Fisher (MCH) over Donovan Trauger (DAH) (TF 16-0 5:33) 120: Derek Burk (MCH) over Cael Turnbull (DAH) (SV-1 6-4) 126: Josh Snook (MCH) over Brooks Gable (DAH) (Dec 2-1) 132: Dalton Daugherty (DAH) over Keith Shearer (MCH) (TF 15-0 4:21) 138: Logan Wise (MCH) over Sam Druck (DAH) (Dec 4-3) 145: Brycen Hassinger (MCH) over Hunter Sweitzer (DAH) (MD 10-1) 152: John Ligon (DAH) over Cole Baker (MCH) (Fall 1:27) 160: Trey Kibe (MCH) over Franklin Klinger (DAH) (Fall 5:27) 170: Jarrett Feeney (DAH) over Anthony Fultz (MCH) (Fall 1:25) 182: Trent Hidlay (MCH) over Garrett Johnson (DAH) (Fall 2:30) 195: Jacob Krepps (MCH) over Andrew Smith (DAH) (Fall 2:29) 220: Jamal Brandon (DAH) over Dylan Grassmyer (MCH) (Fall 4:41) 285: Raymond Christas (DAH) over Bronson Smith-Price (MCH) (Fall 1:20) 106: Adam Karlie (DAH) over Andrew Weaver (MCH) (Fall 2:29)

Central Mountain 40, Mifflin County 24
120: Derek Burk (MCH) over Dalton Bechdel (CMH) (Fall 1:51) 126: Kayden Busey (CMH) over Josh Snook (MCH) (Dec 7-4) 132: Seth Andrus (CMH) over Logan Wise (MCH) (Dec 11-5) 138: Cody Coleman (CMH) over Max Oburn (MCH) (MD 12-1) 145: Logan Long (CMH) over Brycen Hassinger (MCH) (Fall 3:24) 152: Trey Kibe (MCH) over Alonzo Henry (CMH) (Fall 2:40) 160: Asher Corl (CMH) over Cole Baker (MCH) (Fall 3:44) 170: Tanner Weaver (CMH) over Anthony Fultz (MCH) (Fall 5:12) 182: Jacob Krepps (MCH) over Austin Confer (CMH) (Dec 8-4) 195: Trent Hidlay (MCH) over Tanner Riggle (CMH) (Fall 3:03) 220: Mahlik Houtz (CMH) over Dylan Grassmyer (MCH) (Fall 3:49) 285: Jacob Edwards (CMH) over Bronson Smith-Price (MCH) (TB-1 2-1) 106: Jason Rinker (CMH) over Andrew Weaver (MCH) (Dec 6-3) 113: Christian Fisher (MCH) over Johnny Shreffler (CMH) (Dec 8-2)

Penn State Dominates No. 4 Michigan On the Road

| January 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Penn State Nittany Lion wrestlers (6-0, 2-0 B1G) took care of home-standing No. 4 Michigan (5-2, 2-1 B1G) in a clash of Big Ten titans Friday night in Ann Arbor, Mich.  Penn State won seven of ten bouts to roll to a 25-12 win and remain unbeaten on the year.

Over 4,000 fans poured in to Michigan’s Crisler Arena for the Big Ten Network live national telecast and were treated to a dual featuring six match-ups between top-ten ranked wrestlers. Penn State won five of those six bouts to run its dual meet win streak to 37.

The dual began at 125 where Lion freshman Devin Schnupp (Lititz, Pa.) dropped an 8-0 major to No. 15 Drew Mattin of Michigan.  Lion senior Corey Keener (Schuylkill Haven, Pa.) lost a 10-1 major to No. 6 Steven Micic of Michigan at 133 and Penn State found itself down 8-0 after two bouts. True freshman Nick Lee (Evansville, Ind.) made his Nittany Lion dual debut at 141 and took care of Michigan’s Sal Profaci, riding three first period takedowns to a big lead and posting a strong 9-5 win.

Senior Zain Retherford (Benton, Pa.), ranked No. 1 at 149, dominated Michigan’s Malik Amine, rolling up a 16-2 lead before getting his 12th fall of the year (and the 48th of his career) at the 6:29 mark to give Penn State a 9-8 lead.  Junior Jason Nolf (Yatesboro, Pa.), ranked No. 1 at 157, took care of No. 5 Alec Pantaleo, posting a 6-4 decision to give the Nittany Lions a 12-8 lead at intermission.

Sophomore Vincenzo Joseph (Pittsburgh, Pa.), ranked No. 1 at 165, took No. 5 Logan Massa in a rematch of last year’s NCAA semifinal bout (won 5-4 by Joseph).  Joseph opened up an early lead with two first period takedowns and then roared through the third period, using a throw and four back points to post a dominating 12-3 major decision.  Sophomore Mark Hall (Apple Valley, Minn.), ranked No. 2 at 174, continued Penn State’s win streak with a 6-5 decision over No. 6 Myles Amine.  Hall’s victory gave the Nittany Lions a 19-8 lead with three bouts to wrestle.

Junior Bo Nickal (Allen, Texas), ranked No. 1 at 184, fought off a late rally from No. 5 Domenic Abounader to notch a hard-fought 5-2 win.  The victory put Penn State up 22-8, clinching the dual for the Nittany Lions.  Junior Shakur Rasheed (Coram, N.Y.), ranked No. 10 at 197, dominated No. 11 Kevin Beazley 7-1, amassing 2:20 in riding time in the process to give the Lions a 25-8 lead.  Junior Nick Nevills (Clovis, Calif.), ranked No. 8 at 285, dropped a tough 8-0 major decision to No. 2 Adam Coon to close out the dual and the Nittany Lions walked away with a dominating 25-12 road win.

The Nittany Lions owned a slim 14-10 takedown edge and picked up four bonus points off a pin (Retherford) and a major (Joseph).   Penn State improves to 6-0 on the year, 2-0 in Big Ten duals. Penn State ran its dual meet win streak to 37 straight dating back to the end of the 2014-15 season. Retherford and Nolf’s win keep the Nittany Lion duo unbeaten all-time in Big Ten dual meets.  Retherford is now 28-0 all-time in B1G duals and Nolf is 20-0.

Penn State will roll on to East Lansing on Sunday, Jan. 14, for a Big Ten battle at Michigan State.  The action is set for 1 p.m. The Nittany Lions’ next home dual is a Big Ten battle against Purdue in Rec Hall on Friday, Jan. 19, at 7 p.m. With all home dual meets sold out, a limited number of Standing Room Only (SRO) tickets are available to select Rec Hall duals based on availability.  Call 1-800-NITTANY for information or to purchase tickets.

The 2017-18 Penn State wrestling season is sponsored by The Family Clothesline. 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.

#2 Penn State 25, #4 Michigan 12

January 12, 2018 – Crisler Arena – Ann Arbor, Mich.

125: #15 Drew Mattin UM maj. dec. Devin Schnupp PSU, 8-0                                                           0-4

133: #6 Steve Micic UM maj. dec. Corey Keener PSU, 10-1                                                              0-8

141: Nick Lee PSU dec. Sal Profaci UM, 9-5                                                                                           3-8

149: #1 Zain Retherford PSU pinned Malik Amine UM, WBF (6:29)                                 9-8

157: #1 Jason Nolf PSU dec. #5 Alec Pantaleo UM, 6-4                                                                     12-8

165: #1 Vincenzo Joseph PSU maj. dec. #5 Logan Massa UM, 12-3                                             16-8

174: #2 Mark Hall PSU dec. #6 Myles Amine UM, 6-5                                                                          19-8

184: #1 Bo Nickal PSU dec. #5 Domenic Abounader UM, 5-2                                                          22-8

197: #10 Shakur Rasheed PSU dec. #11 Kevin Beazley UM, 7-1                                                    25-8

285: #2 Adam Coon UM maj. dec. #8 Nick Nevills PSU, 8-0                                                              25-12

Attendance: 4,009

Records: Penn State 6-0, 2-0 B1G; Michigan 5-2, 2-1 B1G

Up Next for Penn State: at Michigan State, Sunday, Jan. 14, 1 p.m.

Dallastown Duals Preview

| January 12, 2018 | 1 Comment

Three state-ranked teams and 16 ranked wrestlers highlight the Dallastown Duals lineup as Mifflin County ventures to York county flooking to get past a difficult field and win the team title.

Favorite Cumberland Valley (13-2) heads the field. The Eagles are ranked 10th in the state by PA Power Wrestling. Mifflin County (7-2) is next at 19, while Central Mountain (4-1) comes in at No. 22. Other teams in the field include host  Dallastown (7-1), Cocalico (5-1), Susquehannock (7-3), Hatboro-Horsham (4-4), and Marple Newtown (2-1).

The Huskies are in the bottom bracket and open with Hatboro-Horsham. The Hatters feature one ranked wrestler – Nick Chapman is seventh at 220 and 16-0 on the year. Other top wrestlers for Hatboro include Brad Mallon (12-7) at 145, Matt Needleman (13-6) at 170, and C.J. Grier (9-4) at 182.

Mifflin County boasts three ranked wrestlers – Trent Hidlay (No. 1 at 182), Christian Fisher (No. 3 at 113) and Trey Kibe (No. 11 at 152). Hidlay (19-0) owns a 57-match winning streak, while Kibe (18-4) and Fisher (15-4) have been consistent all season long. Other wrestlers with winning marks include Logan Wise (12-6 at 132), John Retherford (9-8) at 138, Jacob Krepps (9-7 at 182/195) and Kross Todaro (13-6 at 220). Derek Burk reached the .500 mark at 7-7 with a forfeit victory last night at 120.

A Husky win in the first round pits them against the Dallastown-Susquehannock winner. Look for Cumberland Valley and Central Mountain to clash in one of the semifinals.

Below are the teams, probable starting lineups, and the brackets for the Dallastown Duals:

Teams

#10 Cumberland Valley (13-2)
Marple Newtown (2-1)
Cocalico (5-1)
#22 Central Mountain (4-1)
Dallastown (7-1)
Susquehannock (7-3)
Hatboro-Horsham (4-4)
#19 Mifflin County (7-2)

Lineups

Mifflin County (7-2)

106: Andrew Weaver, Sr. (6-8)
113: No. 3 Christian Fisher, Jr. (15-4)
120: Derek Burk, So. (7-7)
126: Josh Snook, Jr. (4-9)
132: Logan Wise, Sr. (12-6)
138: John Retherford, Jr. (9-8)
145: Brycen Hassinger, Fr. (6-7)
152: No. 11 Trey Kibe, Fr. (18-4)
160: Cole Baker, Sr. (2-11)
170: Anthony Fultz, Sr. (4-7)
182: No. 1 Trent Hidlay, Sr. (19-0)
195: Jacob Krepps, So. (9-7)
220: Kross Todaro, Sr. (13-6)
285: Bronson Smith-Price, So. (4-6)

170: Haydn Crum, So. (0-2)
285: Cameron Geissinger, So. (0-1)

Cumberland Valley (13-2)

106: No. 17 Ruston Dzielak, So. (24-3)
113: No. 12 Ben Monn, So. (22-5)
120: Hunter Arbogast, So. (16-9)
126: Cade Reichart, Jr. (20-6)
132: No. 19 Russell Zimmerman, Sr. (19-6)
138: Jacob McKenzie, Jr. (12-12)
145: Mason Viehman, Jr. (14-5)
152: Cole McCoy, Sr. (5-1) or Jacob Hart, Jr. (7-6)
160: Matthew Barrick, Jr. (9-13)
170: No. 8 Jacob Lucas, Fr. (22-3)
182: Quinn Bonney, Sr. (13-10)
195: Lucas Wandling, Jr. (14-12)
220: Austin Kupko, Sr. (14-9)
285: Quincy Thomas, Jr. (9-8)

113: Julian Handy, So. (1-0)
160: Corey Reisinger, So. (0-1)
285: Connor Mundis, So. (1-2)

Central Mountain (4-1)

106: Anson Zimmerman, So. (4-5) or Fr. Jason Rinker, (1-2)
113: Johnny Shreffler, Jr. (12-6)
120: Dalton Bechdel, Jr. (13-7)
126: Davis Seyler, So. (2-4) or Kayden Busey, Jr. (2-4)
132: No. 16 Seth Andrus, Sr. (17-2)
138: Cody Coleman, Jr. (12-7)
145: Logan Long, Sr. (14-6)
152: Austyn Carson, Sr. (11-8)
160: No. 17 Asher Corl, Sr. (14-5)
170: No. 13 Tanner Weaver, Sr. (16-4)
182: Austin Confer, Jr. (10-8)
195: Tanner Riggle, Jr. (9-8)
220: Mahlik Houtz, Sr. (8-6)
285: Jacob Edwards, Jr. (13-4)

126: Kaden Powers, So. (1-0)
160: Alonzo Henry, Jr. (1-1)
195: Gage Sutliff, Fr. (3-2)

Dallastown (7-1)

106: Adam Karlie, So. (14-10)
113: Donovan Trauger, Jr. (5-5)
120: Cael Turnbull, Jr. (14-8)
126: Brooks Gable, Fr. (10-9)
132: Dalton Daugherty, Sr. (19-5)
138: Sam Druck, So. (9-4)
145: Blake Feeney, So. (5-4) or Hunter Sweitzer, So. (5-8)
152: John Ligon, Jr. (11-9)
160: Franklin Klinger, Jr. (14-8)
170: Jarrett Feeney, Jr. (15-5)
182: Garrett Johnson, Sr. (17-6)
195: Andrew Smith, Fr. (17-10)
220: Jamal Brandon, Jr. (16-5)
285: No. 17 Raymond Christas, Jr. (18-0)

113/120: Carter McDonald, Jr. (0-7)
113/120: Spencer Bowman, So. (0-6)
126: Cameron Yarnell, So. (0-1)
132: Matt Salyers, Jr. (2-6)

Hatboro-Horsham (4-4)

106: Alanna Barberio, Fr. (7-8)
113: Sammy Negron, Sr. (2-6) or Grayson Smith, Jr. (5-8)
120: Jeff Emmell, Fr. (2-11)
126: None
132: None
138: A.J. Vegas, Jr. (8-8)
145: Josh Kim, Fr. (5-5) or Brad Mallon, Sr. (12-7)
152: Davis Wheeler, Jr. (8-4)
160: Patrick Chapman, So. (7-6)
170: Matt Needleman, Sr. (13-6)
182: C.J. Grier, So. (9-4)
195: Logan Flynn, So. (6-5)
220: No. 7 Nick Chapman, Sr. (16-0)
285: Mark Custer, Jr. (2-3) or Jake Hunsberger, Sr. (2-2)

113: Nick Costa, Fr. (1-0)
170: Austin Jaffe, Sr. (1-2)
182: Jake Wood, Fr. (1-1)
195: Josh Fetscher, So. (2-3)

Susquehannock (7-3)

106: Mitchell Brown, So. (2-10) or Kaleek Harrison, Fr. (3-1)
113: Eric Saenz, Fr. (11-2)
120: Ben Sweigard, Jr. (11-4)
126: Owen Bortner, So. (2-8)
132: Jacob Silliman, Jr. (6-6)
138: Eric Younkin, Sr. (12-4)
145: Ben Gillispie, So. (3-9)
152: No. 25 Colby Romjue, So. (11-2)
160: Tim Mettee, Sr. (1-6) or Cole Weigard, So. (1-1)
170: No. 16 Joey Romjue, Sr. (14-0)
182: Tyler Crumbling, Sr. (5-4) or Brock Hoffer, So. (3-4)
195: Luke Ohmann, So. (8-5)
220: Alex Smith, Sr. (13-3)
285: Wyatt Hogan, Sr. (9-6)

152: Connor Kernan, So. (0-1)

Cocalico (5-1)

106: Dylan Rapp, So. (1-3)
113: Seth Fritz, So. (9-8)
120: Kayde Althouse, So. (11-4)
126: No. 12 Josiah Gehr, Sr. (12-4)
132: Grant Swann, So. (10-6)
138: Trevor Hale, Jr. (5-11)
145: Seamus Finnegan, Jr. (8-9)
152: Alex May, Jr. (6-10)
160: Devin Sensenig, Sr. (7-8)
170: Owen Zimmerman, Sr. (8-7)
182: Ben Sola, Jr. (10-11)
195: No. 12 Ben Fromm, Sr. (16-2)
220: Joseph Bearinger, Sr. (7-2) or Derek Sauder, Sr. (3-5)
285: Austin Shaver, Sr. (7-6) or Brock Gingrich, So. (2-2)

195: Wyatt Gehman, Jr. (1-0)

Marple Newtown (2-1)

106: Hamza Elfemani, Fr. (4-7)
113: Anass Elfemani, Sr. (8-4) or Matt Checcia, Fr. (2-7)
120: None
126: Lane Ebersole, Fr. (3-2) or Jon Long, Jr. (2-2)
132: Jimmy Nania, Fr. (7-6)
138: Mohammed Iyoun, So. (2-8)
145: Jake Bullock, So. (2-3) or Dolan Cox, So. (2-3)
152: None
160: Alex Katrakazis, Jr. (6-5)
170: Armen Dervishian, Jr. (11-4)
182: Joe Goodman, Fr. (3-3)
195: Stephen Bradley, Sr. (3-0)
220: Damian Salvino, So. (1-1)
220/285: Scott Novak, Fr. (5-6)

113: Gabe Farhan, Fr. (1-1)
120: Chris Meiklejohn, Fr. (1-2)
132: Jacob Van Deusen, So. (2-0)
138: Joe Small, Fr. (0-1)
153: Brett Shoman, Fr. (1-3)
160: Ryan McVeigh, Sr. (1-2)