Hidlay Wins King of the Mountain; Stewart Finishes Fourth

| December 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Hayden Hidlay finished second at the King of the Mountain in 2012 as a freshman. This season, he wanted more and that’s exactly what he got.

The sophomore made quick work of Mikey Labriola of Bethlehem Catholic, pinning him in just 2:19, to capture the 138-pound championship at the King of the Mountain Tournament on a snowy Saturday afternoon.

Noah Stewart defeated Jeff Reimel of North Penn 4-2 to earn a berth in the third-place match at 152. In the match for third, Stewart lost a 3-1 decision to top seed Cole Walter of Mifflinburg.

Trey Hartsock finished seventh at 182 with a 7-1 win over Jack McGillick of Penn Trafford, while Timmy Pearce took eighth, dropping a 2-1 decision to Cameron Porter of Central Mountain at 220.

Mifflin County finished 15th in the team standings with 82.5 points, an improvement on last year’s 19th place finish. Bethlehem Catholic captured the team title for the second consecutive year with 201 points. Boyertown was second followed by Cumberland Valley, Greater Latrobe and Parkland.

Kittanning’s Jason Nolf was voted the Outstanding Wrestler after a 22-8 domination over Cumberland Valley’s Patrick Duggan in the 145-pound championship. Duggan was a PIAA runnerup a year ago. Nolf, on his way to Penn State after graduation, is seeking his third state championship.

You can download all the info of the KOM below:

Finals Summary

Team Standings

Final Brackets

Team Bout-by-Bout


Category: High School Wrestling

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