Meadville Tribune


February 21, 2014

D-10 Class AA opening day action concludes

SHARON — The first day of action at the District 10 Class AA wrestling tournament has concluded at Sharon High School.

Here are the results:

District 10 Class AA Championship Tournament

At Sharon High School

Team key and Standings: 1. Reynolds (Rey) 88; 2. Greenville (Green) 77; 3. Fort LeBoeuf (FL) 63; 4. Saegertown (Saeg) 56,5; 5. Conneaut (Conn) 27; 6. Mercer (Mer) 25; 7. Grove City (GC) 20 ; 8. Lakeview (Lake) 19; 9 (tie). Cochranton (Coch) 18, Jamestown (J) 18, Seneca (Sen) 18; 12. Franklin (Frank) 17.5; 13 (tie). Cambridge Springs (CS) 17; North East (NE) 17; 15. Corry (Cor) 16; 16. Sharon (Sharon) 15; 17. Northwestern (NW) 12; 18. Eisenhower (Eis) 10; 19. Union City (UC) 9.

Preliminary round

106: Andrew Benden (NE) dec. Jules Hicklin (Sharon), 3-2; Dominic Vadala (Hick) dec. Kenyon Andrews (MW), 19-16;  Nathan Lehman (Y) dec. Devan Davis (Coch), 9-2; Abe Guariello (FL) pinned Derick Uber (Lake), 4:36.

113: Jarrett Ruhl (Saeg) pinned Tanner Rhoades (Conn), 1:09; Sam Svetz (NE) dec. Owen Clayton (Lake), 4-2; Preston Hoover (Mer) major dec. Zach Walker (CS), 14-0; Jase Paxton (Green) major dec. Logan Munsee (Hick), 10-0.

120: Joey Safner (Green) dec. Nick Enos (Sharp), 7-3; Dustin Weilacher (UC) pinned David Marvin (MW), 4:15; Logan Gray (NE) dec. Jake Hiem (Lake), 8-2; Ben Shaffer (Mer) dec. Matt Kemper (Gir), 1-0.

126: Dreux Harper (Frank) dec. Nate Kline (Coch), 7-5; Steven Haner (Eis) dec. Cameron Adamson (Conn), 7-1; Adam Ballew (NE) pinned Stanford Dessaaw (Hick), 5:55; Austin Alfreno (Sharon) dec. Brandon Moss (Green), 11-5.

132: Shane Newell (FL) dec. Ethan Mitchell (NW), 7-2; Jared Morrison (Coch) dec. Jordan Templeton (Sharon), 6-0; Blake Reynolds (Green) pinned Alex Stafford (HC), :19.

138: Alex Digregorio (Rey) dec. Dustin Tomcho (UC), 6-2; Hunter Cook (Frank) pinned Jacob Reaugh (J), 4:27; Adam Fish (Sen) pinned Shayne Vorse (NW), 3:34; Nick Monico (Saeg) pinned Dalton Meals (GC), :53.

145: Gavin Kroesen (WM) pinned Jake Laniewicz (Iroq), :38; Derek Steetle (Frank) tech. fall Jake Yarnell (Coch), 16-1, 5:55; Isaac Merritt (NW) dec. Aaron Hoover (Y), 7-6; Jared Sample (GC) major dec. Casey Krotoszynski (HC), 11-3.

152: Jeremy Parsons (MW) pinned Tyler Carey (Frank), 1:38; Jacob Rickert (Green) pinned Maquise Precha (Cor), 4:18; Garrett Zuver (Saeg) dec. Noah Bianco (Hick), 7-2; Chet Simoni (GC) dec. Jordan Friend (Gir), 8-3.

160: Lance Neuscheler (Saeg) major dec. Logan Jacobs (Coch), 10-1; Zach Ishman (Y) pinned John Sims (Hick), :58; Cory Buchanan (Sharon) pinned Jacob Alexander (MW), 3:21; Colton Noble (CS) pinned Kodi Skarzenski (NE), 1:03.

170: Deven Simpson (CS) pinned Dan Kuhn (HC), 3:10; Jeremy Lyon (Y) pinned Giovanni Volpe (Sharon), 1:17; Troy Sagulla (Mer) dec. Brad Carlini (Coch), 7-2; Jacob Parsons (MW) major dec. Dan Simmerman (Saeg), 12-0.

182: P.J. Campoli (Sharp) major dec. Brandon Kent (UC), 12-3; Eric Lucich (WM) dec. Austin Binkert (MW), 4-2; Anthony Rivera (FL) dec. Kyle Panko (NW), 3-1; Beau Dignall (Sharon) pinned Stone Sivak (Y), 5:46.

195: Zach Stafford (Saeg) pinned James Wilkerson (Green), 4:43; Ryan Morris (Cor) pinned Zane Wolf (SR), 1:37; Denton Zeronas (Rey) pinned William Shappee (J), 2:35; Zach Stafford (CS) pinned Austin Spear (Y), :22.

220: Connor Overman (Conn) pinned Brad Garman (Hick), 3:33; Randall Peabody (Green) pinned Markell Aviles (Iroq), :49; Colton Smith (Mer) pinned Storm McDonald (UC), :34; Andrew Clayton (Lake) major dec. Lane Hall (Coch), 13-0.

285: Clay Markovich (NW) dec. Mike McCool (Frank), 9-8; Brian Lipps (Conn) dec. Jeffrey Kraemer (NE), 6-2; Brian Phillips (Mer) pinned Dalton Gaertner (Saeg), 3:18; Gene Ringer (Rey) pinned Mason Horne (Green), 2:13.

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