7 G M Wrestlers
Qualify For Regionals
Lancers sent eight wrestlers into the finals and consolation
finals. Seven qualified for next weekend's NW Regional tournament
in Clarion. The Lancer team ended up 2nd in the District
tournament, only 30 points behind winner Prep. Last year's winner,
Corry took 3rd.
Harrison was the only winner in the finals. He pinned Oil City's
Jonah Davis in 2:56. Hayden dominated his opponent from the
start, scoring two takedowns early in the bout, to up his season
total to 100.
Harrison met Jason Carlin of Titusville at 130. Luke was in
a couple of good shots, but Carlin proved to be a tough customer.
After battling for a period and a half, Luke shot in for a third
double leg attempt, but Carlin stepped over, put Luke on his
back and got the fall at 2:58.
Harrison met Conneaut Lake's Chad Sutliff in the finals. Harrison
had beaten Sutliff in an earlier dual. Sutliff scored 2 quick
takedowns and built a 7-3 lead after 2 periods. Hudson came
storming back, but couldn't quite close the gap, losing 7-6.
Branden Stearns gave Corry's Nick Wood all he could handle in
his finals bout. Stearns made several takedown attempts, but
Wood always seemed to find the edge of the mat. Wood prevailed
the consolation finals, Jake Keene beat Prep's Brad Crolli 4-2
to take 3rd place. Ryan Dunlap met Prep's Sean Connolle for
the third time this year. Connolle had won the previous 2 meetings.
But, Dunlap scored a first period takedown and a second period
escape on his way to a 3-1 win.
Knaus followed with a 2:42 pin of Warren's Kyle McClain at 171.
Josh Grabski had his hands full with Meadville's Nate Baker.
Baker scored several takedowns on his way to a 14-1 win. Grabski
finished in 4th place.
McLane Coach, Luke Graham was named the District 10 Jr High
Coach of the Year for the second consectutive year. Titusville
Coach, Mo Burns was named the District 10 High School Coach
of the Year.
Dillion Tobin (Titusv) maj. dec. Jeff Craker (Corry) 12-0
112- Tyler Harrison (Titusv) dec. Trent Baker (Prep) 4-1
119- Jake Keene (GM) dec.
Brad Crolli (Prep) 4-2
125- Casey George (McD) dec. Aaron Kitchel (War) 2-1 OT
130- Adam Causgrove (Prep) maj. dec. Matt Baker (Mdv) 16-8
135- Pat Smith (Prep) dec. Chad George (McD) 8-3
140- Ian Tobin (Titusv) dec. Blake Pennock (Prep) 8-3
145-Dave Milano (Prep) dec. Matt Jackson (Frankl) 5-3
152- Ryan Dunlap (GM) dec.
Sean Connolle (Prep) 3-1
160- Derek Ruhlman (War) dec. Jake Rausch (McD) 3-2
171- Pat Knaus (GM) pinned
Kyle McClain (War) 2:42
189- Nate Baker (Mdv) maj. dec. Josh
Grabski (GM) 14-1
275- Ron Dombkowski (Prep) won a 1-1 2-OT rideout over Andy
Jacob Spuck (OC) dec. Josh Garrity (Prep) 7-6
112- Matt McClellan (OC) dec. Luke Miller (Frank) 8-5
119- Todd Mowery (Titusv) pinned Devin Laird (Cor) 1:04
125- Kyle Feikles (Prep) dec. Nick Peterson (Cor) 8-6
130- Jason Carlin (Titusv) pinned Luke
Harrison (GM) 2:58
135- Hayden Harrison (GM)
pinned Jonah Davis (OC) 2:56
140- Bryan Kuhn (McD) dec. Corey Murphy (Cor) 6-5
145- Chad Sutliff (CL) dec. Hudson
Harrison (GM) 7-6
152- Justin Snyder (Titusv) dec. Edward Steber (War) 5-0
160- Nick Wood (Cor) dec. Branden Stearns
171- Doran Heist (Mdv) maj. dec. Dave Goodwill (Cor) 14-3
189- Nick Voelker (Prep) dec. Jesse Baldensperger (War) 1-0
275- Ryan Marovich (McD) dec. Kyle Brown (Mdv) 8-4
4 Lancers Move
Into The D-10 Finals
4 Others Make The Consolation Finals
GM wrestlers made the District 10 finals by winning their semi-final
matches on Saturday. Luke, Hayden and Hudson
Harrison and Freshman, Branden Stearns all made the
finals and guaranteed themselves a trip to Regionals in Clarion
Harrison pinned Trent Baker of Meadville at 1:01 in a cradle.
Hayden Harrison rung up 6 takedowns on his way to a 11-5 win
over Warren's Andy Ruhlman. Hayden now holds the number 2 spot
for career takedowns with 178. He needs just 4 more to tie Tommy
Kirdahy's single season school record of 102.
Hudson continued to roll by dominating Franklin's Matt Jackson.
Hudson won by fall in 4:53. Freshman sensation, Branden Stearns
pulled of an upset over highly touted Derek Ruhlman of Warren.
Stearns had a solid performance on his way to a 5-3 decision.
other Lancers made the consolation finals and kept their hopes
of advancing to Regionals alive. Jake Keene lost by fall in
the semi-finals to Devon Laird of Corry, but came back to defeat
Conneaut Lake's Shane O'Day 10-3 in the Consy semis.
Dunlap won a pair of matches to stay alive in the tournament.
He won by 16-0 technical fall over Conneaut Lake's Ryan Courtney,
in the consy quarter-finals. He then pinned Chris Crawford of
Franklin in 3:42 in the consy semis.
Knaus also won a pair in the consolations. He pinned Mike Reed
of Oil City in 4:04, then avenged a dual meet loss to Franklin's
Ryan Titus. Pat led Titus most of the match, but Titus reversed
him with 3 seconds remaining, to tie the score as the two went
out of bounds. Knaus wasted no time as he stepped over Titus
to get the reversal with 1 second remaining. That made the final
score 6-4, Knaus.
Grabski lost by fall to Nick Voelker of Prep in the semis, but
came back to beat Franklin's Eric Krepps 3-1 in double overtime.
Niether wrestler scored a takedown in the bout. Each managed
an escape and finished regulation tied at 1-1. The two battled
to a stalemate in the first overtime. Grabski chose down to
start the 2nd overtime period. He then reversed Krepps to get
Saraceno, Ward McCracken, John Heynoski, Tim Shrout and Wayne
Gormont were all eliminated from the tournament today. Saraceno
lost in the consolation quarter-finals to Todd Carey of Conneaut
Lake. Carey reversed Saraceno with 2 seconds remaining to get
who may have been wrestling in the tournament's toughest weight
class, beat Dustin Buckley of Conneaut Lake 4-2 in double overtime.
He then lost in the consy semis to tough Ian Tobin of Titusville
by a 6-3 count.
Shrout lost his second match in the consolation quarter-finals,
4-0 to Prep's Trent Baker. Heynoski also lost number two, in
the consy quarter-finals to Conneaut Lake's Rodney Gelvin, by
a score of 7-1. Wayne Gormont pinned Conneaut Lake's Brad Eells
at 5:23 in the Consy quarters, but then lost to Corry's Andy
Kuzma 8-0, to end his year.
Parade of Champions begins tonight at 5:45, followed by the
Consolation Finals and the Finals.
All 13 GM Wrestlers
Still Alive In D-10 Tournament
13 McLane wrestlers managed to remain in the hunt after day
one of the AAA District 10 tournament. Six wrestlers won their
quarter-final matches to reach the semi-final round.
Keene, Luke, Hayden and Hudson Harrison, Branden Stearns and
Josh Grabski all move to the semi-final round with wins.
Keene (119) dominated Chris Tinsman of McDowell, 11-0. Luke
Harrison (130) wasted no time applying his trademark cross-face
cradle to opponent, Eric Wrotney of Harborcreek. Luke got the
fall in 42 seconds.
Harrison (135) pinned Brosnan Yanc of Meadville at the 4:14
mark. Hayden scored 4 takedowns in the bout. He is now within
10 takedowns of tying Tommy Kirdahy's single season record of
102. His 4th takedown of the bout tied him with former Lancer
wrestler, Jason Hiltabidel for 2nd place on the career takedowns
list at 172.
Hudson Harrison (145) won by fall over Tyler Soety of Corry
in 1:21. Branden Stearns won his 20th match of the year, by
pinning Central's Dan Ishman at the 1:51 mark. Josh Grabski
(189) pounded Titusville's Bill Armstrong 16-3.
in the quarter-finals were John Heynoski, Tim Shrout, Nate Saraceno,
Ward McCracken, Ryan Dunlap, Pat Knaus and Wayne Gormont. Heynoski
was pinned by Oil City's Jacob Spuck (21-8). Tim Shrout lost
to McDowell's Brandon Wilczak, 10-0.
Saraceno put up a great fight against Prep's top seeded Kyle
Feikles (28-8), losing by an 11-2 count. Ward McCracken came
up just short in a war with Conneaut Lake's Matt Horne. Horne
defeated McCracken 12-2 in a dual meet earlier in the year.
The bout went back and forth and McCracken appeared to have
the winning reversal with seconds left, but Horne hung on and
won by a score of 9-7.
Dunlap also lost a heart breaker to Harborcreek's Pino Scavella.
Behind most of the match, Dunlap reversed Scavella and took
a 5-4 lead toward the end. But, Scavella reversed Dunlap with
seconds left and scored back points to win it, 9-5.
Knaus lost 10-3 to Prep's Chris Koziarski. Wayne Gormont lost
to Prep's Ron Dombkowski 5-2. Gormont was only down 3-2 when
Dombkowski scored a takedown near the end of the match to seal
Saraceno, Ryan Dunlap and Pat Knaus kept themselves in the tournament
by winning their first consolation matches. The rest of the
GM Matmen drew byes in the consy round.
throttled Oil City's Matt Reed 10-0. Saraceno nearly got the
fall as time ran out. Ryan Dunlap pinned Corry's Travis Durlin
in 5:36. Pat Knaus got a fall over Conneaut Lake's Jeremy Alabran
at the 2:13 mark.
resumes Saturday at 11:30 AM with the Semi-Finals and
Consolation Quarter-Finals. The Consolation semis will take
place at 1:30.
The Consolation Finals and Finals are set for 6 PM.
Eight GM Matmen
Make All- ECL Team
Lancer wrestlers were chosen to the 2001-2002 All-ECL Team.
The following wrestlers made the cut:
Harrison (130) - 1st Team
Hayden Harrison (135) - 1st Team
Branden Stearns (160) - 2nd Team
Hudson Harrison (145) - 2nd Team
Jake Keene (119) - 2nd Team
Tim Shrout (112) - Honorable Mention
Ward McCracken (140) - Honorable Mention
Pat Knaus (160) - Honorable Mention
Pull Out A 34-20 Come From
Behind Win Over Conneaut Lake
wrestlers managed to pull out a 34-20 come from behind win
over Conneaut Lake Wednesday evening. The G. M. matmen were
behind 20-8, following the 140 lbs. match, but won the last
6 weight classes to secure the win. John
Heynoski pulled out a come from behind win of his own to start
the match. He was behind most of the match and couldn't free
himself from the bottom. But John hit a quick reversal and
headlock for back points with just seconds remaining, giving
him a 10-7 win.
Jake Keene and Nate Saraceno all lost decisions, before Hayden
Harrison put on a takedown clinic on his way to a 21-6 technical
fall over Justin Kreider.Matt
Horne won a 12-2 major decision over Ward McCracken, making
the score 20-8 in favor of the Indians. But the Lancers turned
Harrison was behind early in his match with highly touted
and state ranked, Chad Sutliff. Hudson kept the pressure on
Sutliff and finally prevailed in a 5-4 upset at 145.Ryan
Dunlap totally dominated Joe Juracko 12-0 at 152. Branden
Stearn nailed down the 18th win of his Freshman year, with
a 14-0 shellacking of Ryan Courtney.
Travis Goss built an 11-0 lead and had Jeremy Alabran on his
back, when the match was called due to injury default at 3:52.
That gave the Lancers their first lead, 25-20.At
189, Josh Grabski gave up an early takedown, but fought back
and pinned Justin Vasquez at the 3:06 mark. Grabski's pin
sealed the win for the Lancers.
Gormont and Brad Ellis took a 0-0 stalemate into the 3rd period.
Gormont chose the down position and escaped quickly, giving
him a 1-0 lead. He held off Ellis and finally scored a takedown
with seconds remaining, giving him a 3-0 win.
finish this year's dual meet campaign with a 12-3 record,
their best since the 1996-97 season, when they were 14-1 and
won the ECL Championship. Most of this year's squad will return
next season. Only 3 Senior starters will graduate. Next year
could be an exciting season with all of the returning lettermen
and several talented Freshmen coming up to fill in the gaps.
McLane 34 Conneaut Lake 20
John Heynoski (GM) dec. Rodney Gelvin (CL) 10-7
112 - Ryan Patton (CL) maj. dec. Tim Shrout (GM) 8-0
119 - Shane O'Day (CL) dec. Jake Keene (GM) 12-9
125 - Todd Carey (CL) dec. Nate Saraceno (GM) 9-2
130 - Shane Kreider (CL) won by forfiet
135 - Hayden Harrison (GM) tech. fall Justin Kreider (CL)
140 - Matt Horne (CL) maj. dec. Ward McCracken (GM) 12-2
145 - Hudson Harrison (GM) dec. Chad Sutliff (CL) 5-4
152 - Ryan Dunlap (GM) maj. dec. Joe Juracko (CL) 12-0
160 - Branden Stearns (GM) maj. dec. Ryan Courtney (CL) 14-0
171 - Travis Goss (GM) won by injury default over Jeremy Alabran
189 - Josh Grabski (GM) pinned Justin Vasquez (CL) 3:06
275 - Wayne Gormont (GM) dec. Brad Ellis (CL) 3-0
McLane 12-3 / 8-1 ECL
JV Results vs.
Osterberg lost 10-4
Tim Casey won by fall 2:22
Steve Pinney won by fall 3:28
Jr. High Team
Scores a 28-12 Win Over Indians
Eric Zelina, Andrew Wilson, Mike McCauley and Hadley Harrison
helped lead the Jr. Lancers to a 28-12 win over Conneaut Lake.
Louie Decker also won a 10-1 major decision.The
Jr. High Squad finished the year with an excellent 10-1 record.
wrestlers on this year's squad were:
Harrison (8th grade) 18-0 / 14 pins. His 2 year record was
an amazing 35-0.
Don Osinski (8th grade) 17-0 / 13 pins.
Louie Decker (7th grade) 18-1 / 10 pins.
Brandon Saraceno (8th grade) 13-2 / 10 pins.
Kyle Goss (8th grade) 11-2 / 9 pins.
Brian Clark (8th grade) 11-4 / 5 pins.
Mike McCauley (7th grade) 10-4 / 8 pins.
Eric Zelina (7th grade) 10-4 / 5 pins.
Andrew Wilson (8th grade) 9-2 / 9 pins.
other Jr. High wrestlers had winning records as well. Next
year's squad should be a force to reckon with once again.
M. Beats Franklin 42-6
matmen beat rival Franklin 42-6 Saturday at Franklin High
School. Franklin had won the last two meetings. Forfiet wins
at 103 and 112 gave the Lancers a quick 12-0 lead to start
the match. Franklin's Luke Mills decisioned Jake Keene 4-2
at 119. Keene was on his feet trying to score the tying takedown
in the last period, but couldn't get past Mills' defense.
a forfiet win at 125 and a double forfiet at 130, Hayden Harrison
scored his 22nd win with the only fall of the afternoon, in
2:53 over Steve O'neal. Ward McCracken battled a tough Dustin
Buckley and came out on top with a 4-0 win. Ryan Dunlap's
match was the longest of the day. Franklin's Chris Crawford
had to go to the sidelines for blood time outs five times.
Dunlap won a 9-2 decision.
Stearns won his 17th match with a solid 9-4 decision at 160.
Stearns appears to be on his way to a 20 win season, a rarity
for a freshman in the upper weights. Franklin's Brian Titus
upset Pat Knaus at 171, scoring a 5-4 decision for the Knights.
Goss scored 4 takedowns on his way to a 10-8 squeaker over
Eric Krepps at 189. Wayne Gormont finished things with a 9-4
win over Jeremy Hoover at 275. In an exhibition match, G.M.'s
Denton Sauers pinned Franklin's Brian Mook in 2:51.
McLane 42 Franklin 6
John Heynoski (GM) won by forfiet
112 - Tim Shrout (GM) won by forfiet
119 - Luke Mills (F) dec. Jake Keene (GM) 4-2
125 - Nate Saraceno (GM) won by forfiet
130 - double forfiet
135 - Hayden Harrison (GM) pinned Steve O'Neal (F) 2:53
140 - Ward McCracken (GM) dec. Dustin Buckley (F) 4-0
145 - Hudson Harrison (GM) dec. Matt Jackson (F) 5-1
152 - Ryan Dunlap (GM) dec. Chris Crawford (F) 9-2
160 - Branden Stearns (GM) dec. Mitch Miller (F) 9-4
171 - Brian Titus (F) dec. Pat Knaus (GM) 5-4
189 - Travis Goss (GM) dec. Eric Krepps (F) 10-8
275 - Wayne Gormont (GM) dec. Jeremy Hoover (F) 9-2
McLane 11-3 / 8-1 ECL
Jr. High Matmen
Beat Franklin 39-33
by McKenzie Leehan and Brandon Saraceno helped the Jr. High
team pull out a 39-33 win over Franklin. Two close matches,
a 3-2 decision by Don Osinski and a 5-2 decision by Joel Stearns
were crucial wins for the Lancers.
Harrison won a solid 8-3 decision over a very tough opponent.
The Jr. Lancers also received 3 forfiet wins in the meet.
The Jr. High now has a 9-1 season record and will wrestle
their final match of the year Wednesday evening at Conneaut
One Ranked Easton Crushes Prep
AAA Team Champion Easton dealt Erie Prep their first setback
of the season Friday evening at the PIAA Team Championships
in Hershey. Easton wasted no time getting the ball rolling
when Freshman, Alex Krom (29-3) decked Josh Garrity in 1:23.
112 pounder Chad Sportelli (25-3) followed with a fall over
Senior, Bryan Rizzo (28-3) made the team score 18-0 when he
showed Matt Young the lights in 1:39.Prep got a breather when
125 pounder, Jeff Wozniak beat Willie Drummond by a 9-4 score.
But that would be all the scoring Prep would do. Two-time
state champion, Matt Ciasulli (30-1) decked Kyle Feikles in
2:49 at 130.
a couple of bright spots as Pat Smith battled tough against
number 1 ranked, Dan Brown (29-3) at 140, dropping a 10-5
decision. Dave Gnacinski also wrestled well against 4th ranked,
Matt Lear (29-4) at 160.District
Ten's AA entry, Reynolds didn't fare much better. They lost
to powerhouse, Wilson 44-6.
61 Erie Prep 3
Alex Krom (E) pinned Josh Garrity (P) 1:23
112- Chad Sportelli (E) pinned Trent Baker (P) 1:25
119- Bryan Rizzo (E) pinned Matt Young (P) 1:39
125- Jeff Wozniak (P) dec. Willie Drummond (E) 9-4
130- Matt Ciasulli (E) pinned Kyle Feikles (P) 2:49
135- Mike Rodgers (E) tech fall over Adam Causgrove (P) 16-1
140- Dan Brown (E) dec. Pat Smith (P) 10-5
145- Sean Richmond (E) pinned Dave Milano (P) 2:29
152- Isaac Csezmadia (E) pinned Sean Connole (P) :55
160- Matt Lear (E) maj. dec. Dave Gnacinski (P) 10-2
171- Matt Pizzaro (E) dec. Chris Koziarski (P) 8-4
189- Murcus Millen (E) pinned Nick Voelker (P) 3:27
275- Jason Groller (E) maj. dec Ron Dombkowsi (P) 10-1
19-3 Erie Prep 13-1
Lose D-10 Dual To Number 2 Ranked Titusville
unexpected six point losses in the 130 and 189 pound weight
classes, the Lancer wrestlers suffered their third setback of
the season on Saturday. Facing the number two seed Titusville,
the Lancers couldn't muster enough to pull off an upset.
and Nate Saraceno did their part to help keep things from
getting out of hand early.
wrestled a solid match against Tyler Harrison, losing a close,
3-1 decision. Saraceno, as he as done so often this season,
managed to stay off of his back against against a heavier,
ranked opponent. Saraceno won a moral victory by not giving
up the pin. He lost a 10-0 decision, allowing the Rockets
only 4 team points.
was Titusville 19-0 when Luke Harrison came on the mat to
face Titusville's state ranked, Jason Carlin. Luke, who is
suffering from an ailing shoulder, lost by fall in 1:34. Cousin
Hayden followed with a 14-7 win over Jason Johnson, who is
ranked third in the D-10.Ward McCracken lost a 2-1 heart-breaker
to state ranked Ian Tobin, as Titusville's advantage widened
was superb, posting a 7-2 decision over Tom Smith, to close
the gap. Branden Stearns did his best against state ranked
Justin Snyder, but came out on the short end of a 7-1 score.
That put the match out of reach for the Lancers.Pat Knaus
gave the team 6 when he stuck Ryan O'Niel at the 3:10 mark.
then put their heavyweight, Bill Armstrong in at 189 against
freshman, Travis Goss, a move that paid off for them. The
two battled evenly for 3 1/2 minutes, when Armstrong lifted
Goss and took him to his back for the pin.Titusville forfieted
the 275 pound weight class to Wayne Gormont making the final,
Titusville 37 - GM 22.
37 General McLane 22
Dillon Tobin (T) pinned John Heynoski (GM) 1:25
112- Tyler Harrison (T) dec. Tim Shrout (GM) 3-1
119- Todd Mowery (T) pinned Jake Keene (GM) 1:25
125- Andy Taylor (T) dec. Nate Saraceno (GM) 10-0
130- Jason Carlin (T) pinned Luke Harrison (GM) 1:34
135- Hayden Harrison (GM) dec. Jason Johnson (T) 14-7
140- Ian Tobin (T) dec. Ward McCracken (GM) 2-1
145- Hudson Harrison (GM) maj. dec. Jason Bimber (T) 8-0
152- Ryan Dunlap (GM) dec. Tom Smith (T) 7-2
160- Justin Snyder (T) dec. Brandon Stearns (GM) 7-1
171- Pat Knaus (GM) pinned Ryan O'Neil (T) 3:10
189- Bill Armstrong (T) pinned Travis Goss (GM) 3:48
275- Wayne Gormont (GM) won by forfiet
McLane 10-3 / 8-1 ECL
29 Titusville 21
Reynolds 46 Ft. LeBoeuf 11
Wrestlers Shut Out Girard 68-0
Gets His 100th Head Coaching Victory!
Matmen pulled off a rare shutout on Friday evening against
visiting Girard, to help Coach Mulholland celebrate his 100th
Head Coaching Win. John Heynoski started things off with a
13-0 major decision. Tim Shrout followed with pin over Tony
Agnello in 4:53.
took Girard's Brandon Lee right to his back with a headlock
for a quick 4. He built a 12-1 lead after 2 periods and cruised
to a 14-1 major decision. Luke Harrison and Ward McCracken
wowed the GM fans with two fast pins. Luke threw a cross-face
cradle and pinned Jason Reynolds in :22. McCracken followed
up with a 12 second pin. Hudson Harrison finished the pin
clinic with a fall over Brett Nelson at the 1:15 mark.
Dunlap dominated a stubborn Adam Johnson on route to a 15-0
technical fall. Brandon Stearns was all over Matt Stewart. Stearns
built a 7-0 lead, let his opponent up with seconds remaining
and got one final takedown to secure a 9-1 major decision.
Goss brought Huston Sugar to the mat with a snap-down and
spun behind for two. He threw in a picture perfect half-nelson
to get the pin in 1:07.
match was a heart-stopper. Grabski was winning by a 6-0 count
when Ben Behringer reversed him with a head-and-arm and nearly
pinned him. Grabski fought out of it and reversed his foe
for an 8-5 lead. Behringer pulled off one more reversal to
tighten the score, but Grabski walked off the mat with a smile
and an 8-7 decision to secure the shut-out.
Note: Congratulations to Hayden Harrison. Hayden became the
first Lancer wrestler to reach the 20 win mark with his win
McLane 68 Girard 0
- John Heynoski (GM) major dec. 13-0 over Dan Deutsch (G)
112 - Tim Shrout (GM) pinned Anthony Agnello (G) 4:53
119 - Jake Keene (GM) won by forfiet
125 - Nate Saraceno (GM) major dec. 14-1 over Brandon Lee (G)
130 - Luke Harrison (GM) pinned Jason Reynolds (G) :22
135 - Hayden Harrison (GM) won by forfiet
140 - Ward McCracken (GM) pinned Rich Luke (G) :12
145 - Hudson Harrison (GM) pinned Brett Nelson (G) 1:15
152 - Ryan Dunlap (GM) technical fall 15-0 over Adam Johnson
160 - Brandon Stearns (GM) major dec. 9-1 over Matt Stewart
171 - Travis Goss (GM) pinned Huston Sugar (G) 1:07
189 - Josh Grabski (GM) dec. Ben Behringer (G) 8-7
275 - Steve Pinney (GM) won by forfiet
McLane 10-2 / 8-1 ECL
Gets 100th Win As Head Coach
Mulholland scored his 100th win, a shutout of visiting Girard
on Friday, February 1st. The school record of 100 wins by
a head wrestling coach was held for more than 26 years by
Steve Samol. Samol's teams won 100 matches between 1965 and
next win will give him more wins than any head wrestling coach
in McLane history. Coach Mulholland was awarded a plaque for
his accomplishment by the G.M. Wrestling Boosters. Tina McCracken
made the presentation in front of the home crowd on Senior
100th win was especially sweet. It came on Senior Night and
his team handed him a 68-0 shutout of visiting Girard. Congratulations
to Coach Mulholland for reaching the 100 win milestone.
Jr. High Wrestlers
Beat Girard 57-3
Harrison and Don Osinski scored pins against their Yellow
Jacket opponents to remain unbeaten for the Jr. High team.
McKenzie Leehan, Andy Wilson, Adam Farrell and Greg Evanoff
also scored falls in the rout.
Lancers travel to Warren for a match with the Dragons on Monday.
Warren match was cancelled and not rescheduled.