Dec. 22, 2022 wrestling
BROOKVILLE 58, REDBANK VALLEY 9
NEW BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Brookville earned eight pins in a 58-9 win over Redbank Valley.
Anthony Ceriani (139), Brecken Cieleski (145), Burke Fleming (152), Coyha Brown (160), Kolton Griffin (172), Jackson Zimmerman (215), Bailey Miller (285) and Cole Householder (133) all won by fall for the Raiders, while Jared Popson got a major decision at 121.
Cole Bish was an 8-2 winner at 127 for Redbank Valley.
PORT ALLEGANY 33, FALCONER 31 (N.Y.)
PORT ALLEGANY, Pa. – Ian O’Shea (114), Tristan Kiser (139), Aiden Bliss (172), and Carson Neely (285) all won by fall for Port Allegany in a 33-31 win over Falconer (N.Y.).
Nicholas Wilfong (121), Aiden Furgeson (145), and Rylan Arnold (152) all got decision victories for the Gators.
WARREN 60, ERIE 3
ERIE – Warren won three of the four contested matches, all by pinfall, on its way to a 60-3 win at Erie on Thursday.
Josh Letko (145), Kenny Pizarro (160), and Damien Sanchez (172) all won by fall in the first period of their respective matches.
Letko decked Favian Gonzalez in 1:13, Pizarro put down Dionicio Mondragon in 52 seconds, and Sanchez pinned Eddie Williams in 1 minute flat.
Chace McClendon picked up Erie’s lone win with a 4-0 decision over Joe Krall at 285.
GREENVILLE 36, SHARPSVILLE 27
GREENVILLE, Pa. – Arwood Walker (121), Rudy Gentile (145), and Hayden Robertson (160) all won by pin as Greenville earned a 36-27 win over Sharpsville.
Madilyn Enterline got a tech fall win at 107 for the Trojans, while Teague Calvin got a major decision at 189 and Joey Peterson a decision at 285.
Ethan Springer (127) and Jonathan Bissell (139) got pins for Sharpsville, while Caullin Summers (152), Josh Divens (172) and Max Hernandez (215) all won by decision.
TITUSVILLE 38, EISENHOWER 25
RUSSELL, Pa. – A 5-match win streak propelled Titusville to a 38-25 win at Eisenhower on Thursday.
Holding a 4-3 lead after the first two matches, the Rockets won the next five, the final four by pinfall, to take a 32-3 lead.
Tucker Lindell’s 14-2 major decision at 160 stopped the run, but the Knights needed to pin out to complete the comeback.
Sawyer Wolfkiel got things started for Titusville with a 9-1 major decision over Shawn Miller at 107. Griffin Williams countered with an 8-1 decision over Andrew Donaldson at 114 to pull the Knights within one at 4-3.
Following a double forfeit at 121, the Rockets went to work.
Coleman Huck picked up a 15-4 major over Ryan Chambers at 127. Trenton Rodgers pinned Kamden Ferrand at 133, Nate Stearns decked Tanner Lookenhouse at 139, Gavin Donaldson pinned Derek Childs at 145, and Landen Wolfkiel finished the run by pinning Cameron Jakubczak at 152.
After Lindell’s win, Brock Covell pinned Bryceton Wilkins for the Rockets’ final points of the night.
Eisenhower won the final three matches by pin. Benji Bauer pinned Kameron Mong at 189, Brok English decked Burke Hancock at 215, and Mike Vanatta pinned Hunter Obert at 285 to close out the match.
UNION CITY 54, SENECA 18
WATTSBURG, Pa. – Union City got four pins and five forfeits in a 54-18 win over Seneca.
Kaden Tripp (139), Hayden Hebner (145), Steven Klakamp (152), and Nathan Long (285) all won by fall for the Bears.
Michael Spires (215) won by fall for Union City.
CORRY 60, YOUNGSVILLE 30
YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Logan McDonald’s 3-0 win in the final match of the night stopped Corry from earning a shutout, but the Beavers topped Youngsville 66-3 on Thursday.
Corry picked up five wins by pin, plus another five via forfeit in the win. Trey Proper (172), Kael Albers (215), Logan Hodak (121), Lewis Hellyer (139), and Cooper Hodak (145) all won by pinfall.
Nolan Carey (160) and Will Allen (133) won by decision, while Ethyn Allen (189), Owen Nickerson (285), Wyatt Swan (107), Steven Willis (114), and Isaiah Bayle (127) picked up forfeit wins.
McDonald’s 3-0 win over Cody Proper at 152 pounds came in the final match of the night.
MERCER 42, SHARON 20
MERCER, Pa. – Mercer won seven bouts by forfeit in a 42-20 win over Sharon.
Ebin Everett (133) and Mequan Maxwell (139) won by fall for Sharon.