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Posts tagged "Seneca wrestling"
Posted: May 7th, 2013

Seneca wrestler Trevor Beiter signs his letter of intent to Gannon recently as assistant coach Hudson Harrison, left, Principal Keith Miller, center, and athletic director Kris Hudnall watch.

Seneca wrestler Trevor Beiter recently signed a letter of intent with Gannon University.

This past season Beiter won the District 10 Class AA title at 195 pounds, placed third at the Northwest Regional and qualified for the PIAA tournament. He was a two-time section champion and a two-time first-team Region 3 all-star. He also was an Erie Times-News District 10 All-Star after finishing his senior season with a 29-5 record.

Beiter plans to major in mechanical engineering.

Gannon is an NCAA Division II member of the PSAC in wrestling.

Another area wrestling standout, McDowell’s Paul Deitz, committed to Gannon today.

Posted: March 3rd, 2013

Trevor Beiter

Seneca wrestler Trevor Beiter is putting together one last impressive  playoff run with the Bobcats. Beiter avenged one of his two losses this season by pinning Corry’s Ryan Morris in the 195-pound final of the District 10 Class AA championships last week.

Beiter was dominant throughout section wrestling and the D-10 tournament, as well, including an 11-0 major decision in the D-10 semifinals.

Beiter entered the region tournament this weekend as the No. 1 seed with a 26-2 record and earned a trip to the state tounrament with a third-place finish. He will be one of two Bobcats who will make the trip to Hershey this week, along with 132-poundr Adam Fish.

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