News from February...2012

Jr. High Wrestlers Wrap Up Season at DuBois

The Jr. High wrestling team had less than a full lineup for their toughest test of the year in DuBois this weekend. They were forced to forfeit 5 weight classes and ended up losing 4 of the 5 duals they wrestled. But the Jr. Lancers had a good year overall, finishing the campaign with a 7-5 dual record and winning the Northwestern and Mercer tournaments.

Hunter Hendricks completed this season with a stellar 29-1 record. Hunter finished his jr. high career with a 58-3 record, breaking the record (55) for career wins which was held by his brother, Tyler. Hunter also ended up tying the season pins record (22 by Nick Soboleski) and also broke the career pins record (34 by Nick Soboleski), when he recorded his 39th pin at DuBois.

Kyle Sult deserves kudos for completing an unbeaten season. Sult was 28-0 with 16 pins and finished his jr. high career with 51 wins. Kyle is only the third jr. high wrestler to record 50 or more wins in two years. Dylan Myers finished the season with a 22-3 record with 18 pins. Ian Mallory also had a great year. He compiled a 24-5 record with 21 of those wins coming by way of fall. Justin Miller racked up 22 wins this year and Briggs Twitchell had 20. Kendrick Storm Bailey had 18 wins, 17 by fall.


* Nine GM Wrestlers Advance to Regionals

Four McLane wrestlers made the 2012 District 10 AAA finals at Central Tech on Saturday. Only DJ Myers emerged victorious, and his win wasn't secured until the final buzzer sounded. Myers pulled off a stunning, 8-7 come from behind victory against McDowell's Tyree Spearman in their third meeting of the season. Trailing, 7-3 with 25 seconds remaining, Myers escaped to make it 7-4. Spearman took a shot after being warned for stalling, but DJ caught him with a powerful underhook and pancaked the Trojan to his back for a takedown and 2 back points to secure the win just as time expired.

Joe Wheeling had an opening round bye and then posted an 11-0 major decision over McDowell's Benji Yates in the semifinals. Joe dropped a 9-0 major decision in the finals to Prep's Jake Gromacki. Gromacki was ranked 16th in the state at 113, but dropped to 106 for the post season. Freshman, Keller Watkins made the finals at 113 lbs. Keller had a first round bye and then squeeked out a 6-4 decision over Prep's John Ciotti in the semis. Keller lost by fall in the finals to Coleman Cousins of McDowell. Tim Wheeling also had a preliminary round bye and then pinned Meadville's Brandon Owens in the quarterfinals. Wheeling followed that up with another pin in the semis over Strong Vincent's Jared Carlson. Tim lost, 6-3 in the finals to McDowell's Steve Spearman.

Six Mclane wrestlers made the consolation finals and four of them came away with 3rd place medals and qualified for for the NW Regional Tournament. Deane Twitchell lost in the quaterfinal round but bounced back with a pair of wins to take 3rd place at 120. Ken Stoll wrestled a great tournament, losing only once (6-4 in overtime) to the District's top ranked 126 pounder, Nick Gibson of McDowell. Stoll had 3 wins in the tourney, 2 falls and a major decision. Tyler Hendricks won by fall over Brandon Jurkiewicz of Strong Vincent in the quarterfinal round, then lost a heart breaking, 4-3 decision to McDowell's Jim Paulson in the semis. Tyler finished the tournament with a pair of wins to nab 3rd. Chris Laird took 3rd in the 170 lbs. division, losing just once, to four time District 10 champ Zach Towers of Meadville. Chris won three matches, including an upset over McDowell's Anthony Forne in the consi finals.

Parker McDermott and Alex Thayer also made the podium with 4th place finishes. Parker went 2-2 and just missed qualifying for regionals when he dropped a 5-3 decision to Prep's Dan Krysiak in the consolation finals. Thayer went 3-2, losing in the quaterfinals to McDowell's Khlique Harris (ranked #2 in the state) and in the consi finals to Franklin's Dan Geer. Two of Alex's three wins were by fall.

All of the Lancer wrestlers chalked up at least one win in the tournament. Jimmy Nuhfer, and Jamie Symanowki both went 2-2, Nick Soboleski and Ethan Strobel each had 1 win. The McLane team took 2nd place behind McDowell. It was the best finish for the Lancers since they won the tournament in 2007. Shane McChesney (McDowell) was named District 10 AAA Coach of the Year.

* Alex Thayer became a NW Regional qualifier when Santos Guerra of Central Tech had to drop out of the tournament.

The regional qualifiers will be back in action at the NW Regional AAA Tournament in Altoona, PA. on March 2nd and 3rd.


News and Notes:

DJ Myers will enter the NW Regional Tournament with one of the best Lancer won/loss records (36-1) in quite some time. Hadley Harrison was 40-2 going into the 2006 Regional Tourney and Hayden Harrison was 34-1 in 2004. DJ had 2 falls over the weekend bringing his career total to 58, that's ninth best all-time. Myers is also now tied with Caleb Baker for 3rd place on the all-time wins list with 121. The only two McLane wrestlers with more wins are Hadley Harrison (130) and Hayden Harrison (135).

Tim Wheeling became the second Mclane wrestler to reach 30 wins this year when he pinned Jared Carlson of Strong Vincent in the semifinals. Tim's 30-6 season record is somewhat deceiving since 5 of his 6 losses are all to the same wrestler, Steve Spearman. Tim has had great success at the District 10 Tournament. He won it in 2009, placed 2nd twice and took 3rd last year. Tim is tied for 5th place on the career wins list with Donald Osinski. Both wrestlers have 120 career wins.

Good luck to all eight regional qualifiers!


2012 District 10 AAA Results

Team scores: 1. McDowell 239, 2. General McLane 163, 3. Cathedral Prep 148 1/2, 4. Titusville 83 1/2, 5. Central Tech 73, 6. Corry 71, 7. Warren 62, 8. Meadville 61 1/2, 9. Franklin 59, 10. Strong Vincent 48 1/2, 11. East 38.

District 10 AAA Finals
106 Jake Gromacki (CP) wbmd Joe Wheeling (GM) 9-0
113 Coleman Cousins (McD) wbf Keller Watkins (GM) :46
120 D.J. Fehlman (War) wbd Paul Deitz (McD) 6-4
126 Nick Gibson (McD) wbmd Beau Coletta (CP)
132 Levi Catalfu (Cor) wbd Dan Yori (CP) 3-2
138 Steve Spearman (McD) wbd Tim Wheeling (GM) 6-3
145 Ehrin Lee (Titus) wbd Cody Nolan (McD) 5-3
152 D.J. Myers (GM) wbd Tyree Spearman (McD) 8-7
160 Cody Brunst (Titus) wbd Jimmy Paulson (McD) 3-2 (TB)
170 Zach Towers (Mdv) wbf Cody Dunmire (Frank) 1:09
182 Khlique Harris (McD) wbtf Santos Guerra (CT) 17-1 (4:00)
195 Zac Morris (Cor) wbf Devin Dolan (Frank) 2:17
220 Andrew Welton (CT) wbf Pat Williamson (E) 1:43
285 Scott Augustine (McD) wbd Maxx Swoger (SV) 5-2

Consolation Finals
106 Benji Yates (McD) wbtf Aaron Ehrgott (Mdv) 15-0 (3:45)
113 John Ciotti (CP) wbf Jason Peterson (War) 2:11
120 Deane Twitchell (GM) wbmd Zach Donovan (Titus) 9-0
126 Ken Stoll (GM) wbf Nick Karnes (CT) 2:50
132 Noah Burkhart (McD) wbd Ernesto Laureano (CT) 12-9
138 Jared Carlson (SV) wbmd Drew Williams (War) 9-0
145 Dan Krysiak (CP) wbd Parker McDermott (GM) 5-3
152 Garrett Chase (CP) wbf Tony Molinaro (War) :53
160 Tyler Hendricks (GM) wbd Jordan Perkowski (CP) 7-2
170 Chris Laird (GM) wbd Anthony Forne (McD) 3-1 (OT)
182 Dan Geer (Frank) wbd Alex Thayer (GM) 8-4
195 James Shields (Mdv) wbf Andrew Bradley (McD) 3:43
220 Nate Warner (Titus) wbd Luke DeHart (McD) 6-1
285 Nate Carlin (CP) wbd Deiontre Plott (E) 6-1


Individual Results at the 2012 District 10 AAA Tournament

106-Joe Wheeling
QF: Bye
SF: Wheeling wbmd Benji Yates (McD) 11-0
F: Jake Gromacki (CP) wbmd Wheeling 9-0

Tourn Record: 1-1 (PLACED 2ND)
Qualified for Regionals

113-Keller Watkins
QF: Bye
SF: Keller Watkins wbd John Ciotti (CP) 6-4
F: Coleman Cousins (McD) wbf Watkins :46

Tourn Record: 1-1 (PLACED 2ND)
Qualified for Regionals

120-Deane Twitchell
QF: Paul Mancuso (CT) wbd Twitchell 12-7
Cons QF: Bye
Cons SF: Twitchell wbff Alex Root (CP)
Cons F: Twitchell wbmd Zach Donovan (Titus) 9-0

Tourn Record: 2-1 (PLACED 3RD)
Qualified for Regionals

126-Ken Stoll
Prelim: Bye
QF: Stoll wbmd Collin Delattre (War) 10-2
SF: Nick Gibson (McD) wbd Stoll 6-4 (OT)
Cons SF: Stoll wbf Hunter Cook (Frank) 2:34
Cons F: Stoll wbf Nick Karnes (CT) 2:50

Tourn Record: 3-1 (PLACED 3RD)
Qualified for Regionals

132-Jimmy Nuhfer
Prelim: James Carr (E) wbd Nuhfer 9-2
Cons: Nuhfer wbd Jonah Hordusky (War) 11-4
Cons QF: Nuhfer wbd Derrick Bish (Titus) 7-3
Cons SF: Ernesto Laureano (CT) wbf Nuhfer 3:29

Tourn Record: 2-2 (DNP)

138-Tim Wheeling
Prelim: Bye
QF: Wheeling wbf Brandon Owens (Mdv) :52
SF: Wheeling wbf Jared Carlson (SV) 3:10
F: Steve Spearman (McD) wbd Wheeling 6-3

Tourn Record: 2-1 (PLACED 2ND)
Qualified for Regionals

145-Parker McDermott
Prelim: Bye
QF: McDermott wbd Dijon Deboe (SV) 9-2
SF: Cody Nolan (McD) wbd McDermott 4-2
Cons SF: McDermott wbf Garrett Smead (War) 1:27
Cons F: Dan Krysiak (CP) wbd McDermott 5-3

Tourn Record: 2-2 (PLACED 4TH)

152-DJ Myers
QF: Myers wbf Logan Schwartz (Cor) 1:47
SF: Myers wbf Aaron Mowrey (Titus) 1:39
F: Myers wbd Tyree Spearman (McD) 8-7

Tourn Record: 3-0 (PLACED 1ST)
Qualified for Regionals

160-Tyler Hendricks
Prelim: Bye
QF: Hendricks wbf Brandon Jurkiewicz (SV) 1:56
SF: Jimmy Paulson (McD) wbd Hendricks 4-3
Cons SF: Hendricks wbd Ryan Morris (Cor) 2-0 (OT)
Cons F: Hendricks wbd Jordan Perkowski (CP) 7-2

Tourn Record: 3-1 (PLACED 3RD)
Qualified for Regionals

170-Chris Laird
Prelim: Bye
QF: Laird wbd Shane Taubert (Cor) 3-1
SF: Zach Towers (Mdv) wbtf Laird 16-1
Cons SF: Laird wbd Chris Smith (CP) 7-0
Cons F: Laird wbd Anthony Forne (McD) 3-1 (OT)

Tourn Record: 3-1 (PLACED 3RD)
Qualified for Regionals

182-Alex Thayer
Prelim: Thayer wbf Tyler Nicol (Titus) 1:05
QF: Khlique Harris (McD) wbtf Thayer 18-3
Cons QF: Thayer wbf Chris McNeal (War) 1:40
Cons SF: Thayer wbd Alex Suydan (Cor) 6-1
Cons F: Dan Geer (Frank) wbd Thayer 8-4

Tourn Record: 3-2 (PLACED 4TH)

195-Nick Soboleski
Prelim: Bye
QF: Andrew Bradley (McD) wbd Soboleski (GM) 9-3
Cons QF: Soboleski wbf Jared Williams (CP) 4:08
Cons SF: James Shields (Mdv) wbf Soboleski 2:55

Tourn Record: 1-2 (DNP)

220-Jamie Symanowski
Prelim: Pat Williamson (E) wbd Szymanowski 12-5
Cons: Szymanowski wbd Mike Crone (War) 5-2
Cons QF: Szymanowski wbf Caleb Prater (Mv) 2:41
Cons SF: Luke DeHart (McD) wbd Szymanowski 5-1

Tourn Record: 2-2 (DNP)

285-Ethan Strobel
Prelim: Bye
QF: Deiontre Plott (E) wbf Strobel 5:38
Cons QF: Strobel wbd Garrett Schweitzer (Cy) 1-0
Cons SF: Nate Carlin (CP) wbf Strobel 2:22

Tourn Record: 1-2 (DNP)


Lancers Conclude Regular Season with 15th Dual Win

The Mclane wrestlers wrapped up a very successful regular season last night in Meadville with a 56-15 win over the Bulldogs. The team finished the 2011-2012 regular season with a 15-3 record (2 of those 3 losses came at the hands of the highly ranked McDowell Trojans).

The match started at 138 lbs. Tim Wheeling got the Lancers rolling with a 44 second fall against Kris Nottingham. Parker McDermott followed with a 45 second pin over Cameron Demaison. DJ Myers kept it going when he showed Anthony Olon the lights in 47 ticks.

At 160 lbs. Tyler Hendricks pounded out a 14-6 major decision over Louis Crawford. That made the score 22-0 in favor of the Lancers. Meadville got on the board with a win by state ranked, Zack Towers over Chris Laird at 170 lbs. Jamie Symanowski picked up a forfeit at 182. Alex Thayer dropped a 19-6 major decision to the District's top ranked wrestler, Jimmy Sheilds at 195. Nick Soboleski won by forfeit and then the Lancers forfeited at 285. That made the score, GM 34 Meadville 15.

Joe Wheeling rolled to a 22-4 technical fall over Aaron Ehrgott at 106 and Keller Watkins duplicated that effort with a 16-0 tech fall of his own at 113 lbs. At 120, Deane Twitchell posted a 13-2 major decision. At 126, Ken Stoll demonstrated what the McLane coaching staff has known for a long time. There is no substitute for physical conditioning. Stoll was trailing his opponent, 5-1 at one point and came roaring back to knot the score at 6. Ken pulled out an exciting, 8-6 decision when he scored the winning takedown against a tired opponent in overtime. Jimmy Nuhfer picked up his first varsity win with a 57 second fall over Brandon Owens to wrap up the dual.

The team will get a little more than a week of rest before returning to action in the post season on February, 17 and 18th at the Districct 10 AAA Tournament at Central Tech. Good luck!!!

News and Notes:

With his technical fall last night, Keller Watkins made the GM record books in the 'Career Tech Falls category. Keller is only a freshman and is tied for 3rd place with Matt Caro, Jason Hiltabidel, Hadley Harrison and Cyrus Parlin. Keep 'em comin' Keller.

DJ Myers also entered the GM record books in the 'Season Wins' category. DJ still has the entire post season ahead and has the opportunity to end up on a very short list of McLane wrestlers who have won 40 or more matches in a single season. DJ also needs just one more pin to make the 'Season Falls' list.

Tim Wheeling also made the books in the 'Career Falls' category. Tim got his 45th career pin last night.

Kudos to this year's Lancer wrestling team. I was very impressed by this group of wrestlers. I didn't expect them to go 15-3 and even injuries to some of the starters toward the end of the season didn't seem to slow them down. Fantastic season guys!


106 Joe Wheeling (GM) wbtf Aaron Ehrgrott 22-4 (2:51)
113 Keller Watkins (GM) wbtf JaQui Boyd 16-0 (4:43)
120 Deane Twitchell (GM) wbmd Brock Ridgeway 13-2
126 Ken Stoll (GM) wbd Zach Luben 8-6 (OT)
132 Jimmy Nuhfer (GM) wbf Brandon Owens 0:57
138 Tim Wheeling (GM) wbf Kris Nottingham 0:44
145 Parker McDermott (GM) wbf Cameron Demaison 0:45
152 DJ Myers (GM) wbf Anthony Olon 0:47
160 Tyler Hendricks (GM) wbmd Louis Crawford 14-6
170 Zack Towers (M) wbtf Chris Laird 15-0 (2:37)
182 Jamie Szymanowski (GM) wbff
195 Jimmy Shields (M) wbmd Alex Thayer 19-6
220 Nick Soboleski (GM) wbff
285 Joe Gates (M) by wbff
*General McLane was penalized 1 team point following the 113 lbs. bout.


McLane Wrestlers Pick Up Win #14 at Union City

The Lancers wrapped up their busiest week of the season with a 53-18 win over the Bears in Union City. It was the team's 14th dual meet win, the most wins by a McLane team since 2005-2006 when they racked up 17.

The match started at 126 where Deane Twitchell posted a 7-4 decision over Kevin Lindsley. Ken Stoll followed with a 10-3 decision over Tyler Lindsley at 132. Tim Wheeling, Parker McDermott and DJ Myers rattled of three straight pins to give the Lancers a 24-0 lead. Tyler Hendricks survived a 3rd period rally by his opponent and pulled off an 8-6 overtime victory at 160 lbs. The Bears finally got on the board at 170 lbs. when Tim Vargo, ranked 7th in the state, pinned Chris Laird.

GM responded with pins by Alex Thayer and Jamie Symanowski at 182 and 195. Nick Soboleski added a win by decision at 220 lbs. to put the Lancers up, 42-6. After forfeiting at 285, GM came back with two more wins. Joe Wheeling flattened his opponent in 53 seconds at 106 and Keller Watkins posted his 7th technical fall of the season at 113 lbs. That made it, 53-12 in favor of the Lancers. Union City got one more win at 120 lbs. to make the final score, GM-53 Union City-18.

The GM crew will will wrestle their last dual of the season in Meadville against the Bulldogs on Wednesday, February 8th.

News and Notes:

DJ Myers leads the team with 32 wins on the season. DJ and Tim Wheeling are tied with 117 career wins (#5 on the all-time list). The duo just passed Parker Middle School Assistant Coach, Tom Kirdahy who had 116. High school Assistant Coach, Hayden Harrison holds the record for most career wins at 135.

Joe Wheeling, Keller Watkins, Deane Twitchell, Parker McDermott, Tyler Hendricks and Chris Laird have all reached the 20+ win mark for the season. Tim Wheeling is 27-5 this season, with 4 of those loses coming at the hands of the state's top ranked 138 ponder, Steve Spearman.

Freshman, Keller Watkins has posted an incredible 7 technical falls so far in his first varsity season. That could very well be the most ever in a season and is undoubtedly a freshman record (unfortunately no records were kept on season tech falls). Watkins could end up shattering the career mark. Mike Caro is the current leader with 12 and he has held that record since 1987.

If the McLane wrestlers beat Meadville next Wednesday it would be their 15th dual meet win of the season. Only four other McLane teams have ever won more duals in a single season 1979-80 (16), 1982-83 (18), 2002-03 (23) and 2005-06 (17).


106 Joe Wheeling (GM) wbf Patrick Burns :53
113 Keller Watkins (GM) wbtf Scott Steenrod 16-1 (3:57)
120 Dustin Thomcho (UC) wbf Brandon Koehler :52
126 Deane Twitchell (GM) wbd Kevin Lindsley 7-4
132 Ken Stoll (GM) wbd Tyler Lindsley 10-3
138 Tim Wheeling (GM) wbf Russell Adams 2:09
145 Parker McDermott (GM) wbf Jake Magee :16
152 DJ Myers (GM) wbf Jared Brooks 1:18
160 Tyler Hendricks (GM) wbd Josh Reinke 8-6 (OT)
170 Tim Vargo (UC) wbf Chris Laird 4:15
182 Alex Thayer (GM) wbf Cody Thomas :56
195 Jamie Szymanowski (GM) wbf Sturgis Coulter 1:28
220 Nick Soboleski (GM) wbd Storm McDonald 8-5
285 Jeff Burger (UC) wbff


Lancers Impressive at District 10 Team Duals

Even with two starters out of the lineup due to injuries, the McLane wrestling team was impressive at Edinboro's McComb Fieldhouse on Wednesday. Coach Cook made a strategic move, bumping up a trio of wrestlers against Prep. That move enabled the Lancers to pick up a couple of key wins with bonus points that resulted in a 39-23 victory over the Ramblers. That win propelled Mclane into their first District 10 Team Duals finals since 2006. But unlike 2006, the Lancers just didn't have enough horsepower to get past McDowell.

The match against Prep started at 120 lbs. and it was a close one for awhile. There were three lead changes through 160, but then the Lancers put the hammer down. Down by 3 points (14-17), Tyler Hendricks bumped up to 171 lbs. and gained a 6-0 shutout over Chris Smith. Chris Laird also up a weight class, scored an 8-0 major decision over Chris Starroci. At 195 lbs. Alex Thayer showed McDowell's JJ Williams the lights in 3:53. Nick Soboleski followed with a 10-0 major decision over James Trucilla at 220. That gave Mclane a commanding 31-17 lead. The Ramblers got another 6 team points with a pin at 285, but Joe Wheeling and Keller Watkins stopped the Prep rally cold. Wheeling posted a 16-0 technical fall at 106 and Watkins ground out a 5-2 decision over John Ciotti at 113.

In the finals against McDowell, the GM wrestlers found themselves in an 18-0 hole right out of the gate. Then came the marquee match of the night at 152, DJ Myers and Tyree Spearman. Spearman took a 3-0 lead when he escaped early in the second stanza and then countered a Myers pancake attempt with a roll through for a takedown. DJ escaped moments later to make it 3-1 and then picked up another escape four seconds into the third period to make it 3-2. For the rest of the period Myers kept attacking Spearman, but the Trojan looked like he would hold for the win when he fought off two of DJ's last minute, desperation leg attacks. But Myers fought his way out of a front headlock, lurched forward, grabbed Spearman's leg, lurched forward again, switched to a double and set the Trojan down on the mat right at the buzzer. Final score: Myers-4, Spearman-3!!!

Tyler Hendricks got another win for the Lancers at 160 with a hard fought, 3-2 win over Jimmy Paulson. The score stood at 17-6 in McDowell's favor at that point, but that's as close as it would get. GM picked up their only other wins at 106 where Joe Wheeling thrashed Benji Yates, 17-5 and in the finale at 120 lbs. when McDowell elected to forfeit.

It should be noted that several of McDowell's wins did not come easy. At 145 lbs., Parker McDermott wrestled a gutsy match against the District's top ranked wrestler, Cody Nolan. Chris Laird came close to upsetting Anthony Forne at 170 lbs. Laird lost, 5-3 nearly picking up a bout tying takedown at the buzzer. Alex Thayer suffered a heart breaking, 6-4 overtime loss at 195. Keller Watkins lost by a single point to (3-2) Paul Deitz at 113 lbs.

Congratulations to McDowell and good luck at the PIAA Team Duals in Hershey.

Video of the exciting match between DJ Myers and Tyree Spearman.

News and Notes:

The Lancers are now 13-3 on the season with two of their three losses coming at the hands of a very talented McDowell team. The Mclane wrestlers will finish a very busy week with a dual meet vs. the Bears at Union City on Thursday evening.

DJ Myers became the first McLane wrestler to reach 30 wins on the season when he pinned Prep's Jordan Perkowski in the semifinals. DJ's heart thumping win over Spearman in the finals was the 116th of his career. That ties him for #5 all-time with Tom Kirdahy! Tim Wheeling also is tied with the pair at 116 career wins.

In the other District 10 Team Duals semifinal match, McDowell beat Titusville, 60-9.



106 Joe Wheeling (GM) wbtf Chuck Bizzarro 16-0 (4:39)
113 Keller Watkins (GM) wbd John Ciotti 5-2
120 Deane Twitchell (GM) wbmd Rovair Morrow 10-0
126 Beau Coletta (CP) wbd Ken Stoll 6-5
132 Dan Yori (CP) wbff
138 Tim Wheeling (GM) wbmd Teegan O’Sullivan 12-3
145 Dan Krysiak (CP) wbd Parker McDermott 9-3
152 DJ Myers (GM) wbf Jordan Perkowski 2:30
160 Garrett Chase (CP) wbtf Cody Lentz 20-4 (6:00)
170 Tyler Hendricks (GM) wbd Chris Smith 6-0
182 Chris Laird (GM) wbmd Chris Starocci 8-0
195 Alex Thayer (GM) wbf JJ Williams 3:13
220 Nick Soboleski (GM) wbmd James Trucilla 10-0
285 Nate Carlin (CP) wbf Ethan Strobel 3:02


106 Joe Wheeling (GM) wbmd Benji Yates 17-5
113 Paul Deitz (M) wbd Keller Watkins 3-2
120 Deane Twitchell (GM) wbff
126 Nick Gibson (M) wbf Ken Stoll 3:44
132 Shawn Spearman (M) wbff
138 Steve Spearman (M) wbd Tim Wheeling 9-4
145 Cody Nolan (M) wbd Parker McDermott 6-3
152 DJ Myers (GM) wbd Tyree Spearman 4-3
160 Tyler Hendricks (GM) wbd Jimmy Paulson 3-2
170 Anthony Forne (M) wbd Chris Laird 5-3
182 Harris (M) wbf Jamie Szymanowski 3:14
195 Andrew Bradley (M) wbd Alex Thayer 6-4 (OT)
220 Luke DeHart (M) wbf Nick Soboleski :22
285 Scott Augustine (M) wbf Strobel 3:34
*(McDowell was penalized 1 team point for unsportsmanlike conduct after the 152 lbs. match)







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