District 10 Class AA team wrestling updates

   February 2, 2013 8:35 am

 

The District 10 Class AA team wrestling semifinals are under way at Sharon High School.

Reynolds rallies to beat Fort LeBoeuf 28-24 in the District 10 Class AA team wrestling tournament championship dual today at Sharon.

Both teams will move on to the PIAA tournament, along with Saegertown, which finished third.

Read more details below.

— Mike Copper

21. Saegertown (11-5) will travel to Brookville on Monday night for a 7 p.m. PIAA AA pigtail dual. Fort LeBoeuf (9-4) will host the District 7 third seed that same night, while Reynolds (18-2) automatically advanced to the first round and the main portion of the tournament, which starts next Thursday at Hershey.

20. The Reynolds Raiders reclaim the District 10 Class AA team wrestling title they lost to Fort LeBoeuf last season with a competitive 28-24 victory over the Bison.

19. A dramatic match at 195 ends with a two-point takedown at the  horn waved off, one that would have given LeBoeuf’s Eli Humes a victory. Instead, Austin Moffett survives for a 7-6 decision that gives the Raiders a 25-24 lead going into the 195 finale between Reynolds’ Jamar Henry and Garret Reinwald of the Bison.

18. Fort LeBoeuf back on top at 24-22 with Taylor Fox’s 2-1 decision over Mike Millero at 170.

17. Saegertown has clinched District 10’s first-ever third seed to the PIAA Class AA tournament with Dylan Reynolds’ victory at 182 pounds. The Panthers lead Greenville 36-21 with one match left.

16. LeBoeuf pulls within 22-21 of Reynolds thanks to Jack Middleton’s 5-0 shutout of Curtis Arnold at 160.

15. Greenville stays alive with Zach Miller’s 7-4 victory at 170 pounds. Saegertown still leads 33-21 with two matches left.

14. Reynolds takes its first lead at 22-18 thanks to Austin Matthews. The state’s top-ranked wrestler at 152 pounds blanks Taylor Harrington 12-0.

13. Saegertown leads 33-18 thanks to Andrew Boylan’s 9-3 decision over Gage Gladysz at 160 pounds.

12. LeBoeuf and Reynolds tied 18-18, with Raiders’ star Austin Matthews due up at 152 pounds.

11. Saegertown still leads Greenville 30-18 going into the teams’ 160-pound match.

10. Matt Leise’s 10-7 decision over Colton Pillar at 138 pulls Reynolds within 18-15 of LeBoeuf.

9. A Mason McCollum pin for Reynolds and a forfeit win for George McGuire leaves LeBoeuf up 18-12 going into the 138-pound match.

8. Reynolds halves Fort LeBoeuf’s lead with Nick Nottingham’s 6-4 decision over Tyler Kuzma at 120. Bison still up 12-6.

7. Saegertown leads Greenville 30-12 after Matt Humes shut out Jacob Riffe 5-0 at 138.

6. Fort LeBoeuf up 12-3 thanks to a 10-7 decision at 113 for freshman Jarret Carter.

5. Reynolds gets on the board with Seth Hogue’s 5-3 decision over Isaac Bengal at 106. Bison still lead 9-3.

4. Derek Watt gets those six points back for Greenville with a pin at 132. Saegertown still leads 27-12.

3. Nicholas Monico’s first-period pin in the 126-pound match gives Saegertown a 27-6 lead.

2. LeBoeuf leads Reynolds 9-0. Saegertown leads Greenville 12-6.

1. Evan Daley opens the championship final with a 1:57 pin of Reynolds’ Logan Rickert at 220.

Semifinals

REYNOLDS – 35

SAEGERTOWN – 22

195 pounds: Reynolds (S) d Henry 5-2; 220: Rickert (Rey) p Sowers 1:00; 285: Ringer (Rey) d Macken 9-5; 106: Brown (S) p Hogue 3:26; 113: Bartolo (Rey) md Elizon 13-4; 120: Vath (S) md Nottingham 23-12; 126: McCollum (Rey) d Monico 5-1; 132: Leise (Rey) d Zuver 5-1; 138: Humes (S) d Cianci 7-1; 145: Stoyer (Rey) md Jackson 11-1; 152: Matthews (Rey) p Neuscheler 1:25; 160: A.Boylan (S) p Millero 2:51; 170: Arnold (Rey) d Mitchell 6-0; 182: Moffett (Rey) d Henderson 3-2.

FORT LeBOEUF – 45

GREENVILLE – 12

195 pounds: Reinwald (FL) d Wilkerson 3-1; 220: Daley (FL) p Peabody :14; 285: B.Gladysz (G) d Conti 7-5; 106: Bengal (FL) d Paxton 9-6; 113: Carter (FL) p Safner :32; 120: Borgia (FL) p Trumbull 1:52; 126: Kuzma (FL) by forfeit; 132: McGuire (FL) p Watt 1:08; 138: Riffe (G) d Pillar 8-3; 145: Malinowski (FL) d Rickert 6-2; 152: Horne (G) d Harrington 7-5; 160: G.Gladysz (G) d Leube 5-0; 170: Middleton (FL) d Miller 8-4; 182: Rivera (FL) d Reynolds 6-4.

56. Reynolds advances to the 5 p.m. championship final with a 35- 22 semifinal victory over Saegertown.

55. Curtis Arnold’s 6-0 shutout of Jeremy Mitchell at 170 assures Reynolds a trip to the 5 p.m. championship final. The Raiders lead 32-22 going into the 182 finale.

54. Reynolds leads Saegertown 29-22 with the 170 and 182 matches left.

53. Fort LeBoeuf advances to the 5 p.m. championship final with a 45-12 semifinal victory over Greenville. The Trojans will take on the loser between Reynolds and Saegertown for the district’s third and final state tournament berth.

52. A Levi Stoyer decision and Austin Matthews’ pin at 152 has Reynolds dangerously close to defeating Saegertown. Raiders up 29-16 with three matches left.

51. Jack Middleton’s doubles up Greenville’s Zach Miller 8-4 at 170. The Bison lead 42-12 with one match left.

50. Saegertown continues to hang with Reynolds. The Panthers’ Matt Humes decisions Cam Cianci 7-1 at 138 to pull his team within 19-16 of the Raiders.

49. Greenville getting cosmetic decisions at 152 and 160, but Fort LeBoeuf is assured a berth in the 5 p.m. championship final. The Bison lead 39-12 with two matches left.

48. Reynolds leading Saegertown 19-13 after 132-pound match. Greenville’s Blake Horne decisions LeBoeuf’s Taylor Harrington 7-5 at 152, but the Bison still lead 39-9.

47. Reynolds back up 16-13 with Mason McCollum’s 5-1 decision at 126. Brad Malinowski gives LeBoeuf a 39-6 lead with a 6-2 decision at 145.

46. Reynolds and Saegertown tied again at 13-13 thanks to Tyler Vath’s high-scoring 23-12 major decision over the Raiders’ Nick Nottingham.

45. Greenville slows LeBoeuf with Jacob Riffe’s 8-3 decision at 138, but the Bison still lead 36-6.

44. In less than 15 minutes, Fort LeBoeuf has recorded three pins and received a Greenville forfeit. The Bison are already up 36-3 going into the 138-pound match.

43. A decision and a pin suddenly has Fort LeBoeuf up 18-3 going into its 120-pound match against Greenville.

42. Saegertown ties Reynolds at 9-9 thanks to Devin Brown’s 3:26 pin of Seth Hogue at 106.

41. Each AA semifinal is currently wrestling at 106 pounds after starting their duals at 195.

40. A takedown with 22 seconds left in the difference for Greenville heavyweight Braden Gladysz in his 7-5 decision over Fort LeBoeuf’s Nate Conti. Bison still lead 9-3. Reynolds leads Saegertown by that same score.

39. Reynolds up 6-3 over Saegertown after the 195 and 220-pound matches.

38. Fort LeBoeuf off to a 9-0 lead over Greenville thanks to a Reinwald decision at 195 and Evan Daley’s 14-second pin at 220.

37. Just checked John Dudley’s updates from the D-10 Class AAA team wrestling meet at Central Tech. As expected, top seed General McLane will face defending champion McDowell for the title at 2 p.m.

36. Fort LeBoeuf and Greenville did not meet during the regular season, according to the nwca website. Potential matchups to consider in that semifinal are Greenville’s Joey Safner vs. Fort LeBoeuf’s Jarrette Carter (113 pounds); Derek Watt vs. George McGuire (132); Jacob Brown vs. Brad Malinowski (145); Blake Horne vs. Taylor Harrington (152); Gage Gladysz vs. Taylor Fox (160); James Wilkerson vs. Evan Daley (220); and Braden Gladysz and Nate Conti at heavyweight.

35. Reynolds beat Saegertown 40-22 when the teams met Jan. 19, according to nwcaonline.com records. Austin Matthews (152), Logan Rickert (220) and heavyweight Gene Ringer recorded pins in that dual for the Raiders. Jeremy Mitchell (170) and Dylan Reynolds (182) posted major decisions for the Panthers, with standout newcomer Devin Brown a technical-fall winner at 106.

34. Greenville advances to a 3 p.m. semifinal against Fort LeBoeuf with its 38-21 victory over Mercer. Time out until then here at Sharon.

33. Blake Horne’s major decision at 152 and a Mercer forfeit at 160 assures the Trojans of advancing to a 3 p.m. semifinal against Fort LeBoeuf.

32. Greenville leads Mercer 22-21, with the 152 match underway between the Trojans’ Blake Horne and the Mustangs’ Kevin Reno.

31. Jake Parsons’ 2-0 decision at 170 helps Maplewood avoid a shutout. Fort LeBoeuf still advances to the 3 p.m. semifinals with its 66-3 quarterfinal victory.

30. Rodney Brant’s 3-1 decision at 138 pulls Mercer within 22-18 of Greenville.

29. Fort LeBoeuf is six minutes away from one of the largest dual victories in tournament history. The Bison lead Maplewood 66-0 going into their 170 finale.

28. Taylor Harrington (152) follows Brad Malinowski’s shutout with his own 10-0 major decision. Fort LeBoeuf up a whopping 60-0.

27: The Greenville/Mercer dual remains close, with the Trojans up 22-15 going into the 138-pound match.

26. Up 56-0, LeBoeuf is three matches from a shutout after Brad Malinowski’s 7-0 shutout of Maplewood’s Jeremy Parsons at 145.

25. The Bison now up 53-0 after Colton Pillar’s 11-2 major decision over the Tigers’ Kyle Nuhfer.

24. George McGuire (132) records Fort LeBoeuf’s sixth pin. The Bison lead Maplewood 49-0.

23. The meet’s best match so far saw Greenville’s Jase Paxton defeat Mercer’s Preston Hoover in an overtime rideout. The Trojans lead 16-3.

22. Tyler Kuzma’s 9-0 major decision at 126 makes it 43-0 Bison.

21. Greenville and Mercer still close early on, with the Trojans up 13-3 going into the 106-pound match.

20. Adam Borgia (120) doesn’t record LeBoeuf’s latest pin until the second period. The Bison are taming the Tigers 39-0.

19. Three first-period pins and a forfeit already has Fort LeBoeuf leading Maplewood 33-0 going into the 120-pound match.

18. Greenville up 10-0 over Mercer with Justin Reynolds’ major decision at 195.

17. Fort LeBoeuf gets on the board with Eli Humes’ second-period pin of Maplewood’s Isaiah Stearns at 182.

16. Greenville already up 6-0 thanks to a Mercer forfeit at 182.

15. Looks as though we’ll start this quarterfinal block a couple minutes early.

14. The 11 p.m. quarterfinal block has Greenville (17-4) facing Mercer (8-2), with Fort LeBoeuf (7-3) and Maplewood (15-2) on the adjacent mat.

13. Saegertown will meet Reynolds a 3 p.m. semifinal thanks to its 63-13 victory over Jamestown.

12. Seneca forfeits its last three matches against Reynolds. The Raiders advance to the 3 p.m. semifinals with a 61-9 quarterfinal victory over the Bobcats.

11. Saegertown’s Aaron Jackson (145) blanks Jamestown’s Jacob Reaugh 4-0. The Panthers are assured of a semifinal berth, as they lead 45-13 with three matches left.

10. Matt Humes (138) records Saegertown’s latest pin. The Panthers are up 42-13 and closing in on a 3 p.m. semifinal berth.

9. Matthew Leise’s 4-2 decision against Chris Hibbler at 132 gives Reynolds a commanding 38-6 lead over Seneca.

8. Each dual competing at 132 pounds. Reynolds leads Seneca 35-6, with consecutive Saegertown pins giving the Panthers a 36-10 advantage over Jamestown.

7. Seneca’s Cyle Yaple triples up Reynolds’ Nick Nottingham 9-3 at 120. Raiders still lead 29-6.

6. Each quarter is competing at 120 pounds. Reynolds leads Seneca 29-3, with Saegertown beating Jamestown 24-10.

5. Seth Hogue’s 16-0 technical fall over Seneca’s Tyler Nowakowski at 106 gives Reynolds a 23-3 lead.

4. Jamestown gets on the board against Saegertown with Jason Shappee’s pin at 220. Panthers still lead 12-6.

3. Consecutive first-period pins by Logan Rickert (220) and Gene Ringer (285) have Reynolds up 18-3 over Seneca.

2. A Brock Henderson pin at 182 and a forfeit at 195 has Saegertown off to a 12-0 lead.

1. The 9 a.m. block of quarterfinals has No. 1 seed Reynolds (15-2) against Seneca (10-8), and No. 4 Saegertown (9-4) against Jamestown (14-1).

 

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