BROOKVILLE — For a wrestling match with six forfeits, it certainly had it share of dramatics.
DuBOIS — Needing anything but get pinned, DuBois Beavers’ Austin Mitchell chose his best option.
HYDE — In a match featuring six forfeits between two traditional District 9 powers, it came down to a state-ranked heavyweight showdown to determine the winner.
MONROEVILLE — The DuBois and Brookville wrestling teams traveled to the Pittsburgh Area on Saturday to compete in the Mid-Winter Mayhem Tournament and combined to bring home 18 medals — a group headlined by Beaver senior Chandler Ho who captured an individual title at 138 pounds.
BROCKWAY — Finally.
CURWENSVILLE — The Curwensville wrestling team has 14 kids on the squad this season, which is about the same as it had last year when it went 11-10 in dual meets.
BROCKWAY — The Brockway wrestling team won four of the six contested bouts, all by way off fall, Tuesday night against Sheffield to help offset the forfeits it was forced to give up to come away with a season-opening 36-33 victory against the Wolverines.
GREENVILLE — Going 4-1 in the re-start to the season, the Brookville Raiders wrestling team was back at it at Saturday’s Sheetz Kickoff Classic.
TRANSFER — In the previous 19 meetings with the powerful Reynolds wrestling team, the Brookville Raiders had home mat advantage in 18 matchups. The exception was their dramatic 29-27 win in the PIAA Dual Meet semifinals in Hershey on the way to a state title in 2016.
BROCKWAY — The Brockway wrestling program has battled the numbers game for quite some time, with head coach Eric Grecco finding himself on both sides of that fight during his tenure.