Tuesday, February 9, 2016

PIAA Class AA Duals - Chestnut Ridge vs. Boiling Springs

    Chestnut Ridge's first match at this year's State Duals is a very familiar opponent in Boiling Springs, who beat the Lions for last season's Class AA championship. Boiling Springs also defeated Chestnut Ridge in the quarterfinals in 2013 and 2014.

Class AA Team Duals - First Round
Chestnut Ridge (D5 Champion) vs. Boiling Springs (D3 Runner-up)
Thursday, 4 p.m. at Giant Center, Hershey
(Chestnut Ridge wrestlers listed first)
106 - Aaron Burkett, 28-1 or Cody Brown, 5-5 vs. Josiah Haulman, 5-12
113 - Burkett or Dylan Williams, 16-4 vs. Kollin Myers, 28-5
120 - Williams or Seth Harbaugh, 14-10 vs. Jalin Hankerson, 10-3
126 - Scotty Miller, 18-12 or Jared Pfaunmiller, 2-4 vs. Tristan Hanshaw, 18-10 or Caleb Holley, 1-2
132 - Jared McGill, 18-4 vs. Hanshaw, Holley or Lucas Shoop, 5-5
138 - Justin McCoy, 27-2 vs. Cole Wetzel, 18-6 or Cameron Palmer, 6-3
145 - Levi Hobson, 19-13 vs. A.J. Kostyak, 25-5
152 - Morgan Deremer, 25-4 vs. Kaiden Karper, 6-1 or Nick Kostyak, 10-13
160 - Josh McGill, 14-15 vs. Travis Wickard, 23-8 or Karper
170 - Brandyn Beaver, 15-7 vs. Cory Calaman, 7-14 or Wickard
182 - Austin Crouse, 13-13 or Kyle Nichols, 1-3 vs. Austin Taylor, 23-7
195 - Conner Buttry, 28-4 vs. Sam Geiling, 1-6 or Taylor
220 - Joel Evans, 10-11 or Brandon Clark, 5-18 vs. Rickie Ott, 15-12
285 - Landon Kensinger, 2-5 or Evans vs. Nick Trent, 3-4 or Ott

   Analysis: Straight up, this could be a split in bouts, though I don't think it will be wrestled that way depending on the starting weight and/or the coin flip. I could see Chestnut Ridge using Brown at 106 and bumping top ranked 106-pounder Burkett up to take on Myers, who is ranked sixth at 113. Interestingly, Wetzel didn't even weigh in for Boiling Springs in the play-in match at Mount Union last night. He also missed time in the early rounds of the District 3 Duals, so his status bears watching. For what it's worth if they meet, McCoy defeated Wetzel 7-5 in the preseason Super 32 Tournament. I have Karper listed at 152 for the Bubblers, but he has only wrestled one of his seven bouts that low, so look for Holley or Palmer to be inserted down below. I give Boiling Springs a small overall edge in the upperweights.
   Prediction: Chestnut Ridge, 32-24.

A Look at State Duals

   Here's a closer look at this week's Class AA State Duals. Preliminary Round winners on Monday night were Boiling Springs, Fort LeBoeuf, Greenville, and Southern Columbia.

Thursday's First Round Matches (Link to Class AA Brackets), 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Northern Lebanon vs. Greenville
Brookville vs. Montoursville
Huntingdon vs. New Hope-Solebury
Reynolds vs. Southern Columbia
Chestnut Ridge vs. Boiling Springs
Burrell vs. Lake Lehman
Saucon Valley vs. Bishop McDevitt
Wyalusing vs. Fort LeBoeuf

   The Favorite: Reynolds
   The Contenders: Brookville, Chestnut Ridge, Saucon Valley, Wyalusing

   Early Analysis: Yes, I know the first thing you see here is that I chose Reynolds as the favorite despite a 16-point loss to Brookville in the Ultimate Duals. I just have a hunch that Reynolds will win the rematch if it should take place in the semifinals on Friday night. The other three contenders I mention are all in the bottom half of the bracket. The key for Chestnut Ridge, and it's no secret, is to win the first match against Boiling Springs, which interestingly is a rematch of last year's state final. Boiling Springs has beaten Chestnut Ridge in each of the last three state team tournaments, though I think the Lions have the advantage going in this time. I'll break down the matchup in detail later this week in another blog post. Boiling Springs defeated Mount Union on Monday, 39-33, and that was without 138-pounder Cole Wetzel, who I was told didn't even weigh in for the match. Wetzel also missed early round action in District 3 last week, so his status bears watching. A Chestnut Ridge win means a likely quarterfinal with Burrell, and remember, the Lions defeated the Bucs at the Ultimate Duals by 18 points without regular starters Jared McGill and Brandyn Beaver. Beat Boiling Springs, and Chestnut Ridge should be in the semifinals.
   Also down below are Saucon Valley and Wyalusing, and that could be a dandy of a quarterfinal to see who may get Chestnut Ridge in the final four. We're looking way ahead here, but if Chestnut Ridge were to reach a second straight championship match, keep in mind that its two losses are to Reynolds (47-18) and Brookville (37-30). Of course as stated before, McGill and Beaver were out of the lineup and that was certainly a big factor. 

Saturday, February 6, 2016

District 5 Semifinals, Championship

 2016 District 5 Duals

220 – James Rios, S, pinned Joel Evans, 3:05.
285 – Jack Hause, S, pinned Brandon Clark, 3:09.
106 – Aaron Burkett, CR, pinned Derek Talley, S, 3:40.
113 – Dylan Williams, CR, won by forfeit.
120 – Seth Harbaugh, CR, pinned Andrew Findley, 4:21.
126 – Quinn Cole, S, dec. Scotty Miller, 6-1.
132 – Jared Pfaunmiller, CR, won by forfeit.
138 – Jared McGill, CR, pinned Jansen Hemminger, 1:59.
145 – Justin McCoy, CR, dec. Austin Hemminger, 5-3.
152 – Tyler Krause, S, dec. Levi Hobson, 14-12.
160 – Morgan Deremer, CR, pinned Morgan Bell, 5:02.
170 – Brandyn Beaver, CR, dec. Daniel Balog, 4-1.
182 – Chase Marple, S, pinned Kyle Nichols, 3:58.
195 – Conner Buttry, CR, pinned Zach Yoder, 0:38.

No. 3 BERLIN 38, No. 2 BEDFORD 24
220 – Toby Cahill, BB, won by forfeit.
285 – Anthony Collins, BB, dec. Jorge Canales, 1-0.
106 – Logan Karns, B, won by forfeit.
113 – Brody Pugh, BB, dec. Noah Baughman, 4-2.
120 – Grant Browell, B, dec. Bryce Belcher, 4-2 OT.
126 – Jonathan Gabriel, B, won by forfeit.
132 – Austin Lee, BB, pinned Davey Hartman, 5:32.
138 – Joe Swank, BB, pinned Chance Dull, 1:44.
145 – Will Hartman, B, pinned Taylor Sager, 3:26.
152 – Josh Grimes, B, dec. Nick Brown, 3-0.
160 – Braden Fochtman, BB, maj. dec. Devon Karns, 15-4.
170 – Storm McDonald, BB, maj. dec. Daniel Brett, 17-8.
182 – Brody Moore, BB, dec. Ryan Wertz, 9-3.
195 – Jarred Reeves, BB, dec. Vinny Fernandez, 10-6.

285 – Collins, BB, maj. dec. Landon Kensinger, 9-0.
106 – Cody Brown, CR, pinned Pugh, 3:41.
113 – Burkett, CR, won by forfeit.
120 – Williams, CR, dec. Belcher, 10-4.
126 – Miller, CR, pinned Lee, 1:45.
132 – McGill, CR, inj. def. Jacob Fisher, 0:01.
138 – McCoy, CR, pinned Kyle Boyce, 1:50.
145 – Swank, BB, dec. Hobson, 6-0.
152 – Deremer, CR, tech. fall Brown, 18-1, 3:36.
160 – Fochtman, BB, tech. fall Josh McGill, 16-1, 5:01.
170 – McDonald, BB, pinned Logan Melius, 1:42.
182 – Beaver, CR, dec. Moore, 3-1 OT.
195 – Buttry, CR, pinned Reeves, 3:20.
220 – Cahill, BB, pinned Clark, 1:41.

Friday, February 5, 2016

District 5 Duals Saturday

District 5 Duals at Chestnut Ridge
Semifinals, 11 a.m.
Championship, 2 p.m.

Semifinal Matches
(1) Chestnut Ridge vs. (5) Somerset
(2) Bedford vs. (3) Berlin

    Top seed and three-time defending champion Chestnut Ridge is a prohibitive favorite to claim its fourth straight title tomorrow. That said, you never know. The Lions didn't get a chance to face Somerset this season as the scheduled regular season dual was scrapped by the snowstorm two weeks ago. The Golden Eagles wrestled well in Thursday's 43-30 first round win at Everett, but with all due respect, Chestnut Ridge is a completely different animal. Hard not to see the Lions winning big in this one.
   On the other side, this is a match that could go either way based on individual matchups. Bedford has a lot of advantages down low and through the middle and that's where the Bisons will need some bonus points. Berlin will be relying on its upperweights to get the job done. I'm not sure how Berlin's two lowerweights that quit before Thursday fit into the Bedford matchup, but it doesn't help for sure. If the Mountaineers were to meet the Lions for the title in the afternoon, I could see Chestnut Ridge coach Greg Lazor using Cody Brown at 106 and bumping Aaron Burkett and Dylan Williams up to try and maximize wins and/or bonus points. In the regular season dual, Ridge had pins from Burkett and Williams at 106 and 113 as part of of its 42-30 victory. The 120-pound bout between Seth Harbaugh and Bryce Belcher was 2-1 in favor of the Lion wrestler.
   The Pick: Chestnut Ridge.

Looking Ahead
   Obviously, we don't want to get too far ahead of ourselves, but the upcoming state duals will be intriguing, as I'm not sure there's a clear cut favorite in Class AA. The bracket is the same as last year, meaning the District 5 champion will face the winner of Monday's prelim between the District 3 and District 6 runner-ups on Thursday afternoon at Hershey's Giant Center.
   In District 6, I think Huntingdon and Mount Union will be the two finalists, and while I'm still leaning toward the Bearcats to get the automatic bid to Thursday, it's pretty slight. They only beat the Trojans by five points during the regular season and I am hearing that Huntingdon would only use Jacob Oliver in an "if needed" situation. Oliver suffered an injury in January's Escape the Rock finals and has been out of the lineup since.
   In District 3, it should be a barnburner final between Boiling Springs and Northern Lebanon. Last year, the Bubblers dominated the Vikings on their way to the state championship. But Boiling Springs lost a boatload of top talent while Northern Lebanon has a lot back and might be the slight favorite. This will be a final I'll be paying attention to.
   There's still a ways to go until Thursday, but I think Chestnut Ridge would relish another shot at Boiling Springs if given the opportunity should they be 5-1 and 3-2 on Thursday. The Bubblers have been a thorn in the side of Bedford County for the last four years, beating Bedford in the 2012 state semifinals before defeating Chestnut Ridge in the 2013 and 2014 quarterfinals and of course last season's championship match.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

District Duals Across the State

   Here is a look at where things stand around the state in Class AA as many of the district duals tournaments are already underway. Locally, District 5 begins tonight with the semifinals and final on Saturday at Chestnut Ridge. I have also indicated state rankings by PA Power Wrestling, as of last week, where applicable.

District 1 Semi, Final (champion advances to states)
Bristol vs. Pope John Paul II, winner to face New Hope-Solebury

District 2 Final (champion advances)
Hanover vs. Lake Lehman

District 3 Final (champion and runner-up advance)
Boiling Springs (PA Power #11) vs. Northern Lebanon (PA Power #7)

District 4 Quarterfinals (top three advance)
Montoursville (PA Power #8) vs. Warrior Run
Southern Columbia (PA Power #15) vs. Athens
Line Mountain (PA Power #18) vs. Lewisburg
Wyalusing (PA Power #5) vs. Towanda

District 5 First Round (champion advances)
Everett vs. Somerset, winner vs. Chestnut Ridge (PA Power #3)
Berlin vs. North Star, winner vs. Bedford (PA Power #22)

District 6 Semifinals (champion and runner-up advance)
Huntingdon (PA Power #10) vs. Penn Cambria
Mount Union (PA Power #19) vs. Central

District 7 Semifinals (top three advance)
Burrell (PA Power #12) vs. South Fayette
Derry (PA Power #25) vs. Freedom

District 9 Semifinals (champion advances)
Brookville (PA Power #1) vs. Brockway/Clarion winner
Redbank Valley vs. Coudersport

District 10 Quarterfinals (top three advance)
Reynolds (PA Power #2) vs. Cambridge Springs
Saegertown (PA Power #20) vs. Franklin (PA Power #13)
Fort LeBoeuf (PA Power #6) vs. Conneaut
Greenville (PA Power #9) vs. Harbor Creek

District 11 Quarterfinals (champion and runner-up advance)
Saucon Valley (PA Power #4) vs. North Schuylkill/Schuylkill Haven winner
Northwestern Lehigh vs. Northern Lehigh/Pine Grove winner
Lehighton vs. Palisades/Notre Dame Green Pond winner
Pen Argyl vs. Panther Valley/Williams Valley winner

State Team Tournament
Monday's Play-In Matchups
7-2 vs. 10-3
11-2 vs. 4-3
3-2 vs. 6-2
10-2 vs. 7-3

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Review and Preview: Feb. 2

   The team postseason gets underway this week, which means things are heating up in wrestling. Of course, this past weekend's Thomas Chevrolet Tournament was a great appetizer for what's left this season.
    Locally, the highlights were Jonathan Gabriel's fourth Thomas championship, and Chestnut Ridge's second straight team title and third in four years at the event. Today's Bedford Gazette sports pages had my "Cheap Tilts" column featuring more on both of those achievements, and included a photo feature of Gabriel's weekend. Certainly, many people were buzzing about what the Bedford stud accomplished in his home gym on Friday and Saturday.
   I had one person tell me that the finals match against Athens' standout Brian Courtney was the best bout that they've ever seen Gabriel wrestle, and that came from somebody that has seen him in person at previous state and regional tournaments among most other events.
   It turned into another fantastic Thomas Tournament in more ways than one, but we're on to the next thing, as the District Duals take place across the state beginning tonight in some cases.
   For District 5, it appears as if seven teams could be in the bracket which gets underway with quarterfinals on Thursday. Chestnut Ridge should be the top seed and host for Saturday's semifinals and championship match.
   Bedford, Berlin, Everett, North Star, Somerset, and Meyersdale are the other teams. Somerset and Meyersdale wrestle tonight, and that could have some implications on who are the #6 and #7 seeds. Below this post are the latest District 5 rankings, according to the district website.
   Looking around the state, two areas to keep an eye on are District 3 and District 6, as the District 5 champion will face Monday's state play-in winner between the D3 and D6 runner-ups in the first round in Hershey next Thursday.
   In District 3, defending state team champion Boiling Springs is the top seed, but the Bubblers just got past rival Bermudian Springs on Saturday, 34-31. They did so without 138-pounder Cole Wetzel, as the transfer and former two-time Maryland state finalist was out of the lineup.
   The way the bracket fell, Bermudian is the fifth seed, and if the Eagles defeat #4 Newport in the first round tomorrow at 6 p.m, they would get a nightcap rematch with Boiling Springs in the semifinals.
   On the other side of the draw, Northern Lebanon is the second seed and the trendy pick by many to finally end Boiling Springs' run on D3 titles. The Vikings were the runner-up last year and faced Chestnut Ridge in the state's first round after beating D6 champ Huntingdon in the play-in.
   In District 6, things get started tonight with top seed Huntingdon and fourth seed Marion Center hosting three-team pods. Huntingdon gets the winner of Ligonier Valley and Cambria Heights, while Marion Center will see either Penn Cambria or Juniata. Tomorrow, second seed Mount Union will face either Moshannon Valley or Central Cambria, and third seed West Branch meets the survivor of Westmont-Hilltop and Central.
   I would say Huntingdon is the favorite, but it is slight, given that the Bearcats only edged Mount Union in a dual meet, 33-28, and they could be without 170-pound stud Jacob Oliver. Oliver has missed the last couple of weeks of action, and there is no definite answer on whether he will be back.

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Saturday, January 30, 2016

Thomas Tournament Day 2

2016 Thomas Chevrolet Tournament
Team Key and Standings
            1. CR - Chestnut Ridge, 225; 2. Bu - Burrell, 152.5; 3. BB - Berlin, 146.5; 4. G - Greenville, 144; 5. A - Athens, 136.5; 6. SF - South Fayette, 131.5; 7. B - Bedford, 117.5; 8 (tie). CC - Central Cambria and PC - Penn Cambria, 110.5; 10. S - Somerset, 108.5; 11. CH - Cambria Heights, 104; 12. E - Everett, 99; 13. C - Central, 88; 14. BC - Beth-Center, 79; 15. N - Newport, 77; 16. JM - Jefferson-Morgan, 75.5; 17. NS - North Star, 75; 18. MP - Mount Pleasant, 74; 19. Nsk - North Schuylkill, 65; 20. TV - Tri-Valley, 62.5; 21. M - Meyersdale, 58; 22. NB - Northern Bedford, 50; 23. NG - Northern Garrett, 40; 24. CT - Conemaugh Township, 29; 25. CK - Claysburg-Kimmel, 26; 26. R - Richland, 21; 27. TM - Tussey Mountain, 15.

Consolation Third Round
            106 – Villa, TM, dec. Dunn, SF, 6-2; Talley, S, inj. def. Kirkpatrick, CH, 1:47; Proudfit, PC, maj. dec. Blough, NS, 10-2; Baughman, B, pinned Kauffman, N, 1:15.
            113 – Boyer, Nsk, dec. Brennan, E, 6-1; Browell, B, dec. Knauf, G, 9-2; McCarthy, Bu, dec. Bittner, MP, 2-0; Bryner, N, pinned Rager, PC, 1:41.
            120 – Flaherty, E, dec. Frey, N, 9-7 2OT; Bechtold, Bu, dec. Thomas, CT, 5-1; Wolfe, SF, dec. Swarrow, BC, 8-1; Miscovich, MP, dec. Harbaugh, CR, 5-3 OT.
            126 – Klotz, E, pinned Lee, BB, 4:38; Miller, CR, dec. Awes, Bu, 8-2; Swab, C, pinned Karpinski, G, 0:48; Cole, S, pinned Agnew, JM, 1:32.
            132 – Ostrowski, CC, pinned Welsh, BC, 0:28; Talko, PC, dec. Akers, E, 5-2; McGrath, Nsk, pinned Link, CH, 3:59; Biddle, C, pinned Wilkerson, G, 2:48.
            138 – Kennedy, C, maj. dec. Kish, CC, 11-2; Jeffrey, Bu, dec. Akers, E, 9-3; Baker, NS, dec. Berzonski, CT, 4-1; Cannavino, A, pinned Hemminger, S, 1:36.
            145 – Hobson, CR, dec. Capozzoli, N, 9-3; Hershberger, NB, pinned Broadwater, M, 0:59; Stoy, PC, dec. Hartman, B, 10-4; Stover, E, dec. CT, 5-0.
            152 – Stroup, N, pinned Sheppack, A, 2:50; Previte, SF, pinned Stahl, CT, 3:41; Jones, CC, dec. Brown, PC, 5-1; Grimes, B, dec. Christner, G, 3-2.
            160 – Charlton, NS, dec. Gill, CH, 5-2; McGill, CR, pinned Bell, S, 2:22; Dedi, SF, dec. Gates, Bu, 5-3; Alexander, Nsk, dec. Swick, M, 5-3.
            170 – Driskel, PC, dec. Klinger, N, 5-0; Brett, B, dec. Beaver, CR, 5-1; Marra, Bu, dec. Kolinchak, NB, 4-0; Kniha, JM, pinned Beard, NG, 1:10.
            182 -  Moore, BB, pinned Beeman, NG, 0:56; Tremain, NS, dec. Dillon, BC, 7-5 OT; Marple, S, dec. Castel, CC, 2-0; Wertz, B, dec. Crouse, CR, 4-0.
            195 – Alliger, A, pinned Rios, S, 2:58; Elder, CK, dec. Reeves, BB, 3-1; Herr, N, dec. Link, CH, 8-6; Fernandez, B, dec. Supan, SF, 5-1.
            220 – Culberson, SF, pinned Harvey, M, 1:45; Klinger, N, pinned Brick, NG, 1:40; Tarantelli, Nsk, pinned Clark, E, 3:19; Conrad, PC, pinned Guyer, NB, 2:37.
            285 – Evans, CR, pinned Beeman, NG, 0:45; Damiter, Nsk, 5-1; Martin, CC, pinned Horne, G, 2:14; Terek, PC, pinned Headlee, BC, 2:37.

            106 – Burkett, CR, maj. dec. Cornell, E, 9-1; Gelvin, G, dec. Horton, A, 9-7.
            113 – Furry, NS, pinned Wilhelm, NG, 5:25; Williams, CR, dec. Campbell, CH, 7-3.
            120 – Teasdale, JM, tech. fall Horton, A, 23-6, 2:27; Clark, NB,  dec. Campbell, CH, 4-1.
            126 – Gabriel, B, maj. dec. Mihalchik, MP, 13-1; Courtney, A, dec. Murin, CC, 6-5.
            132 – McGill, CR, pinned Winters, A, 5:54; Hepler, TV, maj. dec. Cusick, SF, 19-8.
            138 – McCoy,  CR, maj. dec. Ging, SF, 12-0; Swank, BB, dec. Lineman, G, 7-2.
            145 – Carr, SF, tech. fall Bradley, A, 15-0, 4:11; Opdenhoff, CC, dec. Hemminger, S, 11-4.
            152 – Deremer, CR, tech. fall Biddle, C, 17-2, 4:53; Greenwald, Bu, dec. Schaeffer, 3-2.
            160 – Farabaugh, PC, dec. Fundy, BC, 4-0; Fochtman, BB, dec. Verhovsek, R, 6-4.
            170 – Welsh, BC, maj. dec. Schaeffer, TV, 13-4; McDonald, BB, dec. Wilkerson, G, 9-7.
            182 – Reynolds, G, maj. dec. Graham, E, 11-2; Bowlen, JM, dec. Hutzell, M, 9-2.
            195 – Buttry, CR, pinned Steinhilber, Nsk, 1:29; Scherer, Bu, maj. dec. Calvin, G, 10-1.
            220 – Gladysz, G, dec. Moses, Bu, 8-3; Cahill, BB, dec. Horton, A, 8-2.
            285 – Lind, MP, pinned Albright, CH, 2:55; Collins, BB, dec. Hause, S, 3-0.

Consolation Fourth Round
            106 – Villa, TM, maj. dec. Talley, S, 9-1; Proudfit, PC, dec. Baughman, B, 9-3.
            113 – Browell, B, dec. Boyer, Nsk, 6-4; Bryner, N, dec. McCarthy, Bu, 5-0.
            120 – Flaherty, E, dec. Bechtold, Bu, 5-4 2OT; Miscovich, MP, pinned Wolfe, SF, 2:25.
            126 – Miller, CR, dec. Klotz, E, 6-1; Cole, S, dec. Swab, C, 4-3.
            132 – Ostrowski, CC, maj. dec. Talko, PC, 11-3; Biddle, C, maj. dec. McGrath, Nsk, 11-0.
            138 – Jeffrey, Bu, inj. def. Kennedy, C; Cannavino, A, dec. Baker, NS, 7-2.
            145 – Hobson, CR, maj. dec. Hershberger, NB, 14-4; Stoy, PC, dec. Stover, E, 15-11.
            152 – Previte, SF, dec. Stroup, N, 3-2; Jones, CC, dec. Grimes, B, 3-0.
            160 – Charlton, NS, dec. McGill, CR, 9-3; Alexander, Nsk, dec. Dedi, SF, 8-2.
            170 – Brett, B, dec. Driskel, PC, 7-4; Marra, Bu, dec. Kniha, JM, 6-2.
            182 – Moore, BB, dec. Tremain, NS, 3-1; Marple, S, pinned Wertz, B, 2:03.
            195 – Elder, CK, pinned Alliger, A, 1:48; Herr, N, dec. Fernandez, B, 5-3.
            220 – Culberson, SF, pinned Klinger, N, 1:30; Tarantelli, Nsk, dec. Conrad, PC, 6-1.
            285 – Damiter, Nsk, pinned Evans, CR, 4:54; Martin, CC, pinned Terek, PC, 1:12.

Consolation Semifinals
            106 – Horton, A, maj. dec. Villa, TM, 12-3; Proudfit, PC, dec. Cornell, E, 4-3.
            113 – Campbell, CH, pinned Browell, B, 1:17; Bryner, N, dec. Wilhelm, NG, 5-3 OT.
            120 – Flaherty, E, inj. def. Campbell, CH; Miscovich, MP, dec. Horton, A, 7-3.
            126 – Murin, CC, dec. Miller, CR, 12-5; Cole, S, dec. Mihalchik, MP, 2-1 2OT.
            132 – Cusick, SF, dec. Ostrowski, CC, 3-2; Biddle, C, pinned Winters, A, 4:25.
            138 – Jeffrey, Bu, dec. Lineman, G, 6-4; Ging, SF, pinned Cannavino, A, 4:36.
            145 – Hemminger, S, maj. dec. Hobson, CR, 12-3; Bradley, A, dec. Stoy, PC, 8-2.
            152 – Schaeffer, TV, pinned Previte, SF, 2:18; Biddle, C, maj. dec. Jones, CC, 12-1.
            160 – Verhovsek, R, dec. Charlton, NS, 6-5; Fundy, BC, dec. Alexander, Nsk, 7-0.
            170 – Wilkerson, G, pinned Brett, B, 3:17; Marra, Bu, dec. Schaeffer, TV, 8-2.
            182 – Hutzell, M, dec. Moore, BB, 5-2; Graham, E, pinned Marple, S, 2:26.
            195 – Elder, CK, dec. Calvin, G, 4-2; Steinhilber, Nsk, dec. Herr, N, 5-1.
            220 – Culberson, SF, pinned Horton, A, 1:20; Moses, Bu, dec. Tarantelli, Nsk, 3-1.
            285 – Hause, S, dec. Damiter, Nsk, 4:54; Albright, CH, pinned Martin, CC, 4:37.

7th Place Bouts
            106 – Talley, S, maj. dec. Baughman, B, 9-0.
            113 – McCarthy, Bu, maj. dec. Boyer, Nsk, 11-2.
            120 – Bechtold, Bu, dec. Wolfe, SF, 3-2.
            126 – Swab, C, pinned Klotz, E, 2:02.
            132 – McGrath, Nsk, dec. Talko, PC, 3-1.
138 – Kennedy, C, dec. Baker, NS, 6-1.
145 – Hershberger, NB, dec. Stover, E, 11-5.
152 – Grimes, B, inj. def. Stroup, N.
160 – Dedi, SF, dec. McGill, CR, 6-4 OT.
170 – Driskel, PC, pinned Kniha, JM, 2:47.
182 – Tremain, NS, dec. Wertz, B, 3-1.
195 – Fernandez, B, pinned Alliger, A, 1:28.
220 – Klinger, N, pinned Conrad, PC, 4:04.
285 – Evans, CR, dec. Terek, PC, 6-5 3OT.

5th Place Bouts
106 – Cornell, E, pinned Villa, TM, 1:27.
113 – Wilhelm, NG, dec. Browell, B, 2-1.
120 – Horton, A, inj. def. Campbell, CH.
126 – Mihalchik, MP, dec. Miller, CR, 7-4.
132 – Winters, A, dec. Ostrowski, CC, 3-1 OT.
138 – Cannavino, A, dec. Lineman, G, 5-3.
145 – Hobson, CR, maj. dec. Stoy, PC, 11-2.
152 – Previte, SF, maj. dec. Jones, CC, 11-2.
160 – Charlton, NS, dec. Alexander, Nsk, 4-2.
170 – Brett, B, pinned Schaeffer, TV, 1:45.
182 – Marple, S, dec. Moore, BB, 7-6.
195 – Herr, N, dec. Calvin, G, 6-3.
220 – Horton, A, dec. Tarantelli, Nsk, 3-1 OT.
285 – Martin, CC, dec. Damiter, Nsk, 6-0.

3rd Place Bouts
            106 – Horton, A, dec. Proudfit, PC, 4-0.
            113 – Campbell, CH, maj. dec. Bryner, N, 11-3.
            120 – Miscovich, MP, dec. Flaherty, E, 5-1.
            126 – Murin, CC, pinned Cole, S, 2:36.
            132 – Cusick, SF, dec. Biddle, C, 6-4.
            138 – Ging, SF, pinned Jeffrey, Bu, 2:51.
            145 – Hemminger, S, tech. fall Bradley, A, 15-0, 3:39.
            152 – Schaeffer, TV, dec. Biddle, C, 7-2.
            160 – Fundy, BC, maj. dec. Verhovsek, R, 12-0.
            170 – Wilkerson, G, dec. Marra, Bu, 6-5.
            182 – Graham, E, dec. Hutzell, M, 6-3.
            195 – Elder, CK, pinned Steinhilber, Nsk, 2:15.
            220 – Moses, Bu, dec. Culberson, SF, 3-2 2OT.
            285 – Albright, CH, dec. Hause, S, 6-0.

Championship Finals

            106 – Burkett, CR, tech. fall Gelvin, G, 15-0, 4:31.
            113 - Furry, NS, dec. Williams, CR, 5-2.
            120 - Teasdale, JM, tech. fall Clark, NB, 24-7, 3:51.
            126 - Gabriel, B, dec. Courtney, A, 6-5.
            132 - Hepler, TV, dec. McGill, CR, 7-2.
            138 - McCoy, CR, dec. Swank, BB, 2-0.
            145 - Carr, SF, maj. dec. Opdenhoff, CC, 15-6.
            152 - Greenwald, Bu, dec. Deremer, CR, 7-5 OT.
            160 - Farabaugh, PC, dec. Fochtman, BB, 7-5.
            170 - Welsh, BC, dec. McDonald, BB, 6-5.
            182 - Reynolds, G, dec. Bowlen, JM, 7-2.
            195 - Buttry, CR, pinned Scherer, Bu, 1:43.
            220 - Gladysz, G, dec. Cahill, BB, 2-1 3OT.
            285 - Lind, MP, dec. Collins, BB, 7-3.