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DuBOIS — Williamsport showed why its considered one of the top Class 3A wrestling teams in the state Wednesday night, as the Millionaires made the trip up Interstate 80 and hammered host DuBois, 54-15, despite missing two of its top wrestlers.

INDIANA — The Tri-County Area wrestling teams were out in full force over the weekend in Indiana and enjoyed a stellar showing at the Mid-Winter Mayhem Tournament, which featured varsity events for both boys and girls at IUP’s Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex.

BROOKVILLE — Taking all but two of the 13 bouts, including three by forfeit, the Brookville Raiders wrestlers routed visiting Redbank Valley 61-6 Tuesday night.

DuBOIS — The St. Marys wrestling team has yet to put what it hopes to be its full lineup on the mat yet, but that hasn’t stopped the Dutchmen from enjoying a strong start in the opening two-plus weeks of the season.

BROOKVILLE — Tuning up for a Thursday showdown at Bald Eagle Area while having another state champion take a bow beforehand, the Brookville Raiders wrestlers rode their way to a 49-15 win over visiting Titusville Tuesday night.

CRESSON — The St. Marys and Johnsonburg wrestling teams spent the early part of the weekend competing at the Panther Holiday Classic at Mount Aloysius and combined to bring home eight medals from the annual event.

BROCKWAY — The Brockway wrestling team won its home opener in style Thursday, capturing wins in the final two bouts of the night to complete a thrilling 37-36 comeback victory against reigning District 9 Class AA runner-up Port Allegany.

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Punxsy, a wrestling program that itself has been plagued at times in the past by losing closely contested matches by larger-than-should-be margins thanks to forfeits at various weight classes, was the beneficiary of four wins by forfeit against the Johnsonburg Rams on Thursday night.

BROOKVILLE — The latest installment of the Brookville-DuBois wrestling rivalry proved to be all Raiders Wednesday night as they routed the visiting Beavers, 52-13.