SENECA, Pa. – Cranberry got five pins on its way to a 42-21 win over Clarion on Wednesday.
Rewatch the match:
Dalton Wenner (107), Brandon Murray (127), Conner Rezkowski (133), Danny DeLong (139), and Brayden McFetridge (189) all won by fall for the Berries.
Getting decision wins for Cranberry were Dane Wenner, 13-6 at 145, and Jack Nuhfer, 14-7 at 160.
For Clarion, Josh Beal got a pin at 285, while Logan Powell won via an 8-3 decision at 114, Mason Gourley via a 9-2 decision at 152 and Matt Alston via a 14-7 decision at 172.
BROCKWAY 45, KANE 19
BROCKWAY, Pa. – Brockway won four matches by fall and three by forfeit in a 45-19 win over Kane.
Gavin Thompson (215), Weston Pisarchick (120), Parker Pisarchick (132), and Dylan Bash (145) all won via pin for the Rovers, while Gage Park earned a 4-3 decision over Kayin Bard at 113.
Kane won all three of its bouts via forfeit.
CORRY 56, UNION CITY 15
CORRY, Pa. – Corry won four matches by fall and four by forfeit in a 56-15 triumph over Union City.
Cody Proper (139), Mason Savitz (172), Ethyn Allen (189), and Kael Albers (215) all won by fall for the Beavers.
Trey Proper (152) and Steven Willis (114) both won by major decision for Corry.
Hayden Hebner (145) and Clay Thomas (160) won by fall for UC, while Van Ward won by decision at 107.
EISENHOWER 48, SENECA 21
WATTSBURG, Pa. – Eisenhower won three matches by fall and five by forfeit in a 48-21 win over Seneca.
Cameron Jakubczak (152), Brok English (215), and Michael Vanatta (285) all won by pin for Eisenhower.
Dominic Buscemi (133) and Ed Butterfield (139) won by fall for Seneca, while Ryan Miller won via a 7-0 decision over Benji Bauer at 189.
MEADVILLE 34, HICKORY 29
HERMITAGE, Pa. – Meadville earned four falls in a 34-29 win over Hickory.
Brighton Anderson (160), Rhoan Woodrow (215), Ian Whistler (285) and Jacob Thompson (139) all won by pin for Meadville.
Ben Fuller (114) won by major decision for the Bulldogs, while Stephen Ernst (127) and Ryder Say (152) won by a decision.
For Hickory, Yuri Figueroa (172) and Connor Saylor (145) won by fall, while Mike Reardon (133) and Dylan O’Brien (121) won via major decision and Ty Holland via a 6-0 decision over Ty Tidball at 189.
FRANKLIN 45, COCHRANTON 27
FRANKLIN, Pa. – Frankl/in won by matches by forfeit and two by fall in a 45-27 win over Cochranton.
Cael Dailey (114) and Kanyon Crawford (285) won by pin for Franklin, while Gary Kiselka (215) won by decision for the Knnights.
Cochranton got pins from Cash Morrell at 139 and Blake Foulk at 133, while Benjamin Field got a 3-2 decision at 127.
WARREN 42, YOUNGSVILLE 21
WARREN, Pa. – Warren won five bouts via pin in a 42-21 triumph over Youngsville.
Damien Sanchez (189), Joseph Krall (215), Conner Zaffino (133), Grant Heeter (152) and Evan Swanson (160) all won by fall for the Dragons, who also received a pair of forfeit wins.
James Johnson earned an 8-4 decision over Ryan Fitzsimmons at 121 for Youngsville, while Ian Mancuso won by tech fall at 127, Logan McDonald by fall at 139 and Aidan Mancuso a 6-4 decision over Jordan Tuttle at 145.
COMMODORE PERRY 51, CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 17
HADLEY, Pa. – Commodore Perry won five matches by forfeit and three by pin in a 51-17 win over Cambridge Springs.
Owen Reynolds (114), Leyton Zacherl (121), and Mitchell Tingley (160) all won by fall for CP, while Hunter Geibel earned a 4-0 decision over Brandon Hoover at 127.
Preston Gorton (133) and Brody Beck (139) won by fall for Cambridge Springs, while Gunnar Gate earned a 5-4 decision over Wyatt Lazzar at 145.
GREENVILLE 57, SHARON 19
SHARON, Pa. – Greenville won six bouts via forfeit and three by pin in a 57-19 win over Sharon.
Braydon Porter (133), Teague Calvin (189), and Luke Gentile (160) all won by fall for Greenville, while Hayden Robertson (152) won by decision.
Ebin Everett (127), Muath Maani (215), and Mike Mazurek (285) all won by fall for Greenville.
NORTHWESTERN 33, HARBOR CREEK 30
HARBORCREEK, Pa. – Northwestern got two pins and four forfeits in a 33-30 win over Harbor Creek.
Kolton Sutter (139) and Gregory Gruda (215) won by fall for the Wildcats.
Nick Fisher (145), Jacob Luna (152), Ethan McAdoo (160), Hunter Chew (107), and Matt Kuchinski all won by fall for Harbor Creek.