BROCKWAY — Brockway welcomed Port Allegany for its second home dual meet of the season Thursday night, and it was the new-look Gators who came away with a 40-23 victory.
BROCKWAY — Brockway hosted an undermanned Ridgway squad Tuesday evening in the dual-meet opener for both schools, and the Rovers came away with a lopsided 54-15 victory.
The high school wrestling season kicked over the weekend, and several area teams put together strong showings at their respective tournaments.
ST. MARYS — Graduation and the injury bug hit the St. Marys wrestling program hard going into last season, but with a strong healthy core back this year, optimism runs high for the Dutchmen and veteran coach Dominic Surra.
BROCKWAY —The Brockway wrestling program has enjoyed a resurgence in recent years under head coach Eric Grecco, and that trend continued a year ago as the program had a presence at the state level in both the team and individual postseasons.
DuBOIS — Despite losing a handful of starters to graduation, including Class 3A state runner-up Kolby Ho, veteran DuBois wrestling coach Luke Bundy entered preseason workouts with high expectations.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Clarion University’s Brock Zacherl pulled out a pair of hard-fought wins Thursday to reach the quarterfinals, highlighting Clarion’s first day at the 2018 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships at Quicken Loans Arena.
HERSHEY — The area duo of Clarion senior Tom Wurster and Redbank Valley junior Mason Songer each went 1-1 Thursday to remain alive at the PIAA Class AA Wrestling Championships.
HERSHEY — The Tri-County Area had five wrestlers make the trek to Hershey for the PIAA Class AAA Championships, and three of those local competitors made it out of Day 1 to keep alive their hopes of winning a state medal.
HERSHEY — The Curwensville wrestling team went a perfect two-for-two in its first-round bouts Thursday at the PIAA Class AA Championships, with junior Blake Passarelli and senior Steve McClure each reaching today’s state quarterfinals.
HERSHEY — Ridgway’s McClain twins — Lukas and Logen — experienced a thrilling opening day Thursday at the PIAA Class AA Wrestling Championships as senior duo each pulled out one-point victories in the their first-round bouts to reach today’s quarterfinals.
HERSHEY — The Brookville wrestling team brought a smaller than usual contingent to Hershey, with just three competitors fighting there way through the Northwest Regional brackets last weekend in Sharon.
HERSHEY — The Brockway wrestling team opened the PIAA Class AA Championships with a bang Thursday, as both Anthony Glasl and Garrett McClintick captured victories in their first-round matches to advance to today’s quarterfinals.
HERSHEY — When opening whistle sounds Thursday at the PIAA Class AA Wrestling Championships, Clarion senior Tom Wurster and Redbank valley junior Mason Songer will be taking in the state tournament experience first-hand for the first time.
HERSHEY — Curwensville will have a pair of wrestlers basically book-ending the PIAA Class AA Championships when action gets underway Thursday morning at the Giant Center.
HERSHEY — Ridgway senior twins Lukas and Logen McClain will end their high school wrestling careers together this weekend as both will look to land on the podium at the PIAA Class AA Championships in Hershey.
HERSHEY — Brookville has enjoyed a strong run a the Class AA Northwest Regional Wrestling Tournament in recent years, but the event took its toll on the squad this year with just three Raiders fighting there way through to states.
HERSHEY — When the PIAA Class AA Wrestling Championships start Thursday, Brockway will have a pair of competitors hitting the mats inside the Giant Center with hopes of capturing a state medal.
HERSHEY — The Clearfield senior duo of Luke McGonigal and Hunter Wright make the trip to the PIAA Class AAA Wrestling Championships this week with one goal in mind — ending their Bison careers on the podium in Hershey.
HERSHEY — When the dust settled Saturday night in Altoona, the DuBois wrestling team pushed just two wrestlers through the PIAA Class AAA Wrestling Championships.
HERSHEY — St. Marys senior Zac Becker has put together an unforgettable senior season and will look to end his high school career in style this weekend with a state medal in his first trip to Hershey for the PIAA Class AAA Championships.
JOHNSTOWN — The Tri-County area had 36 wrestlers compete at the Pennsylvania Junior Wrestling Junior High State Championships at the Cambria County War Memorial over the weekend.
ALTOONA — The Class AAA Northwest Regional Wrestling Tournament opens today with 27 area competitors looking to navigate their way through their respective weight classes in hopes of keeping alive their dreams of winning a state medal.
SHARON — The Class AA Northwest Regional Wrestling gets underway Friday, and 32 competitors from the Tri-County Area will hit the mats at Sharon High School with hopes of reaching the PIAA Championships in Hershey.
HYDE — It’s that time of the year again for high school wrestling — the individual postseason when wrestlers dreams of making a run at state medal either come true or are shattered.
BROCKWAY — The District 9 Junior High Wrestling Championships were held at Brockway High School on Saturday, with the Tri-County area getting 11 champions crowned out of 18 weight classes.
The seeds for the District 4/9 Class AAA Wrestling Championships were unveiled Sunday evening, and the event shapes up to be an exciting one for a multitude of reasons.
CLARION — The seeding meeting for the District 9 Class AA Wrestling Championships was held Sunday on the campus of Clarion University, and it should come as no surprise that the top three schools in the team tournament — Brookville, Brockway and Ridgway — combined for nine of the 14 top seeds.
DuBOIS — The DuBois wrestling team went into Tuesday’s matchup against State College still missing a couple key starters, but the shorthanded Beavers used a trio of big wins from its upperweights to help knock off the Little Lions, 41-32.
HERSHEY — If handled properly, the revenge factor can be a powerful motivator in sports — and that was certainly the case for the Brookville wrestling team Thursday in Hershey.
HERSHEY — The Brookville wrestling team opened the PIAA Class AA Team Championships with a strong all-around performance Thursday in a hard fought 39-28 win over Northern Lebanon, the third-place team from District 3.
BROOKVILLE — Serving as a tuneup for this week’s PIAA Class AA Dual Meet Championships, the Brookville Raiders wrestling team routed District 10’s Cambridge Springs on Senior Night Tuesday, taking 12 of 14 bouts in a 59-9 win.
DuBOIS — Coming off a tough loss at Brookville last week, the DuBois wrestling team bounced back in a big way Tuesday and celebrated Senior Night in style with a 53-19 win over Brockway.
ALLPORT — The Brockway wrestling team came away with a top 10 finish in the Ultimate Warrior Tournament at West Branch High School over the weekend, finishing in ninth place with 101 points.
ALLPORT — Ridgway’s Bryce Barclay led the way for the Ridgway Elkers wrestling team to a seventh place finish with 101.5 points, which tied with Greater Latrobe at the Ultimate Warrior Tournament at West Branch High School over the weekend.
BROOKVILLE — While the missing wrestlers for DuBois put a damper on how things could’ve gone at full strength in the matchup between arguably the top two wrestling teams in District 9 regardless of classification, Beavers head coach Luke Bundy acknowledged that bigger things wait ahead for b…
HYDE — The DuBois wrestling team entered Saturday’s Bison Duals Saturday at Clearfield healthier than it’s been in close to a month, and the end result was an impressive showing that saw the Beavers take home the title.
RIDGWAY — The Ridgway wrestling team used seven six-point victories, including four falls, to rally from a 13-point deficit to handily beat visiting Redbank Valley, 48-22, Thursday.
BROOKVILLE — Finishing the night with a flurry of forfeits, the Brookville Raiders wrestling team hiked its record to 12-1 heading into the rest of a busy week for head coach Dave Klepfer’s state-ranked team.
BROCKWAY — The Brookville wrestling team took seven of the 13 contested weight classes, but the bonus points racked up by the Raiders proved to be huge in a 42-23 over Brockway on Thursday evening at Brockway High School.
DuBOIS — The DuBois wrestling team used a strong start and finish to bookend a hard-fought 34-33 win over Philipsburg-Osceola Thursday night as the old foes renewed an old rivalry.
BROOKVILLE — Waiting until the highly anticipated heavyweight matchup at the end of the night, the Brookville Raiders finally earned the split decision on the mat against visiting Curwensville Tuesday night.
MEADVILLE — Two area wrestling teams, Brockway and Clearfield, competed at the Tool City Tournament in Meadville over the weekend despite the inclement weather, and the duo combined to bring home eight medals — one of which was gold.
DuBOIS — The DuBois wrestling team hit the mat for just its second dual meet — and the fourth time overall — on the season Thursday night, and the Beavers used a strong finish to upend rival St. Marys, 46-24.
BROCKWAY — The Brockway wrestling continued its strong start to the season Wednesday with a convincing 41-15 win over Clarion to keep its record perfect at 9-0 on the year.