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January 22, 2014

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Mercer County Area — WRESTLING

Mercer VFW Tourney

Jamestown captured the team title and 6 area matmen won individual titles on Saturday during day 2 of the 1st annual Mercer VFW Tournament.

Hunter Goodlin (106) and Farris Messia (120) won titles for the Muskies, Luke Walter (132), Dalton Meals (138) and Jared Sample (145) grabbed individual crowns for Grove City and Jeffery Spencer took 1st place at heavyweight for West Middlesex.

Team standings were Jamestown (198), Mercer (169), Cochranton (146), Meadville (146), Grove City (144.5), Cambridge Springs (138.5), West Middlesex (113), Westmont-Hilltop (110), Franklin (105), Commodore Perry (70.5), Slippery Rock (52), Coudersport (48) and Bradford (22).

North East Tourney

The Sharon High matmen placed 3rd out of 20 teams on Saturday at the North East Tournament.

Redbank Valley won the team title with 208.5 points, followed by Kane (178), Sharon (145.5), North East (133) and Lakeview (126).

For Sharon, Marcus Coxson (113), Austin Alfreno (126), and Cory Buchanan (160) earned 2nd-place medals. Troy Hejazi (138) and Beau Dignall (182) finished 3rd and Nick McClimans (152) and Bryce Laughlin (195) both placed 5th.

ä Greenville 68, Bellwood Antis 6 — At Bellwood, Pa., the Trojans rolled over the Blue Devils in the dual meet.

Blake Reynolds (132), Gavin Wilkerson (138), Gage Gladysz (160) and Mason Horne (285) posted falls for Greenville and Derek Watt (145) won via tech fall.

Jeremy Wilson won the lone match for Bellwood Antis at 152 with a pin.

Mountaineer Duals

The Greenville High mat squad went 4-1 on Saturday at the Mountaineer Duals at Berlin Brothersvalley High School in Berlin, Pa.

Greenville (17-3) beat Osbourn Park (55-18), Bellwood Antis (68-6), Moshannon Valley (63-9) and Hyndman Charter School (58-18). They fell to Berlin Brothersvalley 31-27. BB is ranked 15th in the state.

Jase Paxton, Blake Reynolds, Gavin Wilkerson, Gage Gladysz and Zach Miller went 5-0 for Greenville while Michael Lineman was 4-0.

Brookville Ultimate Duals

Reynolds went 4-1 last weekend. The Raiders of coach Casey Taylor defeated Burrell, 40-19; Chestnut Ridge 43-12; Saegertown, 51-13; Brockway, 60-4. The loss came against host Brookville by a 26-25 margin.

Some of the Reynolds-Brookville individual matches could be precursors to matchups at the regional tournament later in the season, or at the state dual meet tournament.

Individual records at the tourney were: Gage Bayless (106) 3-2 ; Seth Hogue (113) 4-1; Chaise Hauck (120) 4-1; Mike Bartolo (126) 5-0; Joel Leise (132) 1-2; Alec Reiter (132) 0-1; Nick Nottingham (132-138) 0-3; Alex DiGregorio (138-145) 2-2; Levi Stoyer (145-152) 4-1; James Slater (152) 0-1; Mason McCollum (152-160) 4-1; Kegan Miller (160) 3-0; Mike Millero (170) 5-0; Austin Moffett (182) 2-1; Trevor Griswald 0-2; Denton Zeronas (195) 4-1; Cole Rickert (220) 4-1; Gene Ringer (285) 4-1.

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