Brackets Released For NW Regionals

| February 24, 2014 | 4 Comments

The brackets for the 2014 Northwest Regional Class AAA tournament were released this morning. I will have a preview with an interview from Kirby Martin either Thursday or Friday morning.

Here are the first round opponents for Mifflin County wrestlers:

113: 6-4 Noah Myers (23-11) vs. 10-2 T’Nauz Gregory, Erie Prep (18-5)
132: 6-2 Isaac Underhill (20-9) vs. 10-4 Owen Watkins, General McLane (15-10)
138: 6-1 Hayden Hilday (32-2) bye
152: 6-2 Noah Stewart (32-7) vs. 10-4 Jared Carlson, Erie Strong Vincent (24-7)
160: 6-2 Brandon Wilson (3-2) vs. 9-4 Dustin Coles, Bradford (13-10)
182: 6-1 Trey Hartsock (26-10) vs. 10-4 Cody Gunn, Warren (20-10)
195: 6-1 Timmy Pearce (29-7) vs. 9-4 Daniel Salinas, St. Mary’s (12-14)
220: 6-2 Kyle Kahley (10-4) vs. 10-3 Luke Carr, Meadville (22-7)
285: 6-1 Colton Craig (18-10) bye

To see the complete brackets click on the link below:

NW Regional Brackets

Category: High School Wrestling

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  1. grey panther says:

    I wish there was a seeding system for the NW Regional’s. For example in the top bracket at 182 Hartsock (6-1) will have to get past the #2 ranked Spearman while in the bottom bracket two guys Hartsock has beaten, Lumadue (6-2) & Loffredo (4-1) have a much easier path to the finals and a ticket to the PIAA tourney.

  2. Catherine Frye says:

    I would just like to make this comment about Brandon Wilson. Brandon is my grandson and lost in the over time match with his opponent. I think Brandon accomplished a lot in his time of getting ready for these matches. He had 20 days to get ready because he was side lined the whole season because of his knee surgery, so in a short period he had a lot to accomplished, I believe he did this. He has a lot of heart and I am very proud of him. I am proud of all of the Huskies and what they did at the districts.

    • Brian Carson says:

      I agree with you completely. Brandon has a lot of heart and everyone knows how difficult it is to get ready for the tournament trail with only two matches under your belt. You have a lot to be proud of. Brandon is a great kid.

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