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Dec. 14, 2021 Wrestling: Clearfield, Curwensville, Cambridge Springs Get Victories

Clearfield earned a 44-21 win over Philipsburg-Osceola. Photo by Jared Bakaysa of JB Graphics. See more of Bakaysa's work here

HYDE, Pa. – Clearfield got three wins via fall and two more via forfeit en route to a 44-21 win over Philipsburg-Osecola.

Earning wins for the Bison were Luke Freeland (145, 6-5 decision), Karson Kline (160, 3-1 decision), Mark McGonigal (172, fall), Carter Chamberlain (189, fall), Hayden Kovalick (215, fall), Olive Billotte (285, forfeit), Evan Davis (113, forfeit), Brady Collins (132, tech fall) and Nolan Barr (138, 2-1 decision).


CURWENSVILLE, Pa. – Curwensville got four wins by fall on its way to a 41-29 win over West Branch.


Ryder Kuklinskie (132),Logan Augenbaugh (160), Trenton Guiher (215) and Brennen Moore (285) all won by pin for the Golden Tide.

Nik Fegert (138) won by tech fall for Curwensville.


CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. – Cambridge Springs won all of its matches by pinfall or forfeit en route to a 54-24 win over Union City.

Ian Bond (106), Jacob Hauf (120), Preston Gorton (126), Gunnar Gage (138), Kyle Huya (145), Jackson Carico (189), Jordan Miller (215) and Garrett Hodak (285) all won via pin for the Blue Devils.

Zach Beckwith (152), Clay Thomas (160) and Drake Applequist (172) all won by fall for the Bears.


HADLEY, Pa. – Commodore Perry got five wins via fall in a 43-24 win over Slippery Rock.

Trevan Schaffer (160), Hunter Yeager (215), Garet Gathrie (285), Cole Geibel (106) and Leyton Zacherl (113) all got pins for the Panthers.

Wyatt Lazar (138) earned a tech fall for CP, while Clayton Smith won via decision and Ben Kammes (120) by forfeit.

Tony Pilosi (189) and Zane Lynch won by fall for the Rockets, while Jaidon Stone got a 6-5 decision at 152.



GREENVILLE, Pa. – Reynolds got four wins by fall, three by pin and two via tech fall in a 58-9 win over Franklin.

Vito Gentile (160), Jalen Wagner (172), Mitchell Mason (285) and Chae Bell (126) all won by pin, while Santino Gentile (138) and Kane (145) Kettering won via tech fall.

Trevor Hamilton got a pin for Franklin at 132 and Cael Dailey won via decision at 113.


ALBION, Pa. – Northwestern got five wins via forfeit and two more by fall in a 47-21 win over Seneca.

Kotlon Sutter (132) and Gabe Lopez (138) got pins for the Wildcats, while Lloyd Fountain won via tech fall at 152.

Brady Randall won by decision at 126 for Northwestern, while Ryan Miller (172), Dave Randall (189) and Mike Spires (189) won via pin for Seneca.

SAEGERTOWN, Pa. – Saegertown picked up six wins via pinfall in a 48-22 win over visiting Eisenhower Tuesday.

The Knights jumped out to a 16-3 lead thanks to a pin and a pair of tech falls, but the Panthers roared back with eight straight wins, six by pin and one forfeit, to take control of the match.

Nolan Hughes got Saegertown on the board with an 11-7 decision over Derek Childs at 138.

Shawn Pascuzzi responded with a 15-0 tech fall over Gregory Kiser at 145 and Tucker Lindell picked up a first-period pin on Gabriel Jordan at 152 before Gannon Jaquay earned a 22-7 tech fall on Garrick Jordan at 160 to give the Knights a 16-3 edge.

Keenen Schaaf started the Panthers’ run at 172 with a second-period pin of Josh Parker and Aaron Shartle followed with a tight, 5-4 decision over Brok English at 189.

Landon Caldwell (215 over Justin Darr), Josh Perrine (285 over Michael Vanatta) and Carter Beck (106 over Griffin Williams) all scored first-period pins to put Saegertown on top, 30-16.

Travis Huya got a forfeit at 113 before Hunter Robison (120 over Ryan Chambers) and Owen Hershelman (126 over Kamden Ferrand) secured pinfall victories for the Panthers’ final points.

Cole Kellogg picked up a forfeit win at 132 to end the match.

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