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News from March...2002

Don Osinski Brings Home A 6th
Place Medal From AAU Nationals.

Three Other GM Wrestlers Score Wins!

Six G.M. wrestlers tested their skills at the AAU World Amateur Wrestling Championships this past weekend at the Pontiac Silver Dome in Pontiac, MI. Don Osinski, Travis Goss, John Heynoski, Kyle Goss, Andrew Wilson and Corey Goss all competed in the event.

Don Osinski, wrestling 110 lbs. in the SchoolBoy division, lost his opening bout and then won two critical matches to secure a spot on the podium. Osinski lost his first match to Ohio's Adam Tinnel, 12-3. He bounced back to defeat Joel Montemayor of Illinois, 11-3 and then notched a 2nd period fall over Michigan's James Berube to guarantee himself a medal.

Osinski lost a rematch to Adam Tinnel by an 8-4 score in the consolation finals. He wrestled off for 5th place against Blake Birmingham of Michigan. Birmingham won 8-0, but Osinski brought home a 6th place medal.

Although he didn't medal, Travis Goss finished in the top 8 in the 171 lbs. Cadet division. He won his opening round bout over Michigan's Brandon Doll, 8-0. In the quarter-finals, he lost to eventual national champion, DeAndre Nunn of Illinois by an 18-2 technical fall at 5:29.

Goss scored a come from behind victory over Michigan's Spencer Vrieze (a 6th place finisher in 2000), in the consolation quarter-finals. He was behind 2-0 in the final period when he hit a peterson roll for 5 points, gave up an escape and then hit a late takedown for a 7-3 win. Goss then lost a close 10-6 match in the consolation semis to this year's 6th place finisher, Tim Long of North Carolina.

John Heynoski wrestled in one of the tournament's toughest divisions and went 2-2. He won his first bout over J.T. Newby of Michigan with a convincing 7-0 shut-out. Heynoski then ran into 2000 AAU Champ and eventual runner-up, Lance Palmer. Heynoski wrestled a very aggressive match against the talented Palmer and attempted several leg shots, but was countered each time. Palmer prevailed 12-2.

Heynoski bounced back with a 54 second pin over Calvin McMullin of Michigan, before losing to eventual 6th place finisher, Tommy Zuniga of Michigan.

Andrew Wilson, making his first trip to Nationals, went 1-2 in the 171 lbs. Cadet division. He started the tournament with a 2nd period pin of South Dakota's Joe Kezar. Wilson then lost his next two matches and was eliminated.

Kyle Goss (140 lbs. - Cadet) and Corey Goss (85 lbs. - Novice) both went 0-2 in their first trip to Nationals.

Fort LeBeouf's Jason Alexander who accompanied the G.M. wrestlers on the trip, finished 4th.

John Heynoski coached the G.M. wrestlers at the tournament and was assisted by Kurt Osinski, Don Goss and Jeff Hiner.

Other locals to place in the tournament were: Pat Smith (Erie Prep) 3rd, Kilian Hiner (Ft. LeBeouf) 3rd, Joe McCullogh (Erie) 3rd, Steve Zoni (Erie) 3rd, Jason Alexander (Ft. LeBeouf) 4th and Corey Murphy (Corry) 5th.



Maplewood's Matt Wilcox Snaps
Cathcart's 109 Match Win Streak in AA Finals

They say the third time is a charm. In Matt Wicox's case it was the fourth. After losing to Clarion's Kyle Carthcart in last year's regional and state finals and this year's regional finals, Wilcox finally tasted victory when it counted.

Wilcox met Cathcart for the fourth time in Saturday's state finals match and ended Cathcart's win streak at 109. It was the 6th longest streak of consecutive wins in PA. history.

Wilcox scored the first takedown of the match in the first period and rode his foe out for a 2-0 lead. Cathcart reversed Wilcox in the second period, but Wilcox came storming back with a reversal and back points.

It was apparent that Wilcox was on a mission as he dominated Cathcart for the final 3 1/2 minutes of the bout. When the smoke cleared, Wilcox had unseated the two-time state champ by a score of 12-5. He is Maplewood's first state champion.

Strong Vincent's Andy Henry (112) also made the finals, but lost 9-3 to a tough Jeremy Hartrum of Wilson Area. Henry ended his season with a 29-1 record.

The only other D-10 wrestler to make the finals was Kennedy Catholic's Jimmy Gibson at 160. Gibson was in a barn burner with Allentown Central's David Rivera. Gibson ended up losing the bout 5-3.

Other District 10 wrestlers to place in the AA tournament were, Tim Gadsby of Lakeview (5th), Reynolds' Travis Battles (5th), Justin Hollobaugh (5th) and John Svirbly (5th), Keith Shumac of Seneca (8th) and Ft. LeBoeuf's Tony Hammer (6th).

PA. State Dual Champion, Wilson Area won the team title by one of the widest magins ever, scoring 132 points. Second place Freedom had only 51. Reynolds was 7th and Maplewood 10th


AA Results


Buzz Godfrey(7), S Williamsport DEC Brandon Tedesco(8), Loyalsock 5-4
Keith Pavlekovsky(5), Redb Valley WBF Paul Slifer(6), Palisades 3:33
341 Brock Scott(3), Juniata Valley WBF Gary Mayfield(4), Hanover 4:05
Jake Strayer (1), Forrest Hills DEC Matt Fisk(2), Wyalusing 5-1


Garrett Cummings(7), Central Columbia DEC Mike Lauff(8), Ft Cherry 3-1
Tim Gadsby(5), Lakeview DEC Ben Lorson(6), Berlin-BrothersVal 4-3
Brandon Reasy(3), N Bedford WBF Josh Anderson(4), Ridgway 1:30
Jeremy Hartrum(1), Wilson Area DEC Andy Henry(2), Str Vincent 9-3


Sal Lascari(7), N Star DEC Brian Troup(8), Central Columbia 6-1
Travis Battles(5), Reynolds DEC Tyler Gilson(6), Juniata 3-2
Matt Guerrieri(3), Brandywine Heights DEC Jeff Santo(4), Pen Argyl 7-1

Joe Makara(1), Burrell DEC Tony Curto(2), Wilson Area 7-6


Chuck Wiltrout(7), N Star DEC Dave Moyer(8), Brandywine Hgts 6-4
Justin Hollobaugh(5), Reynolds WBF Zac Sheldon(6), Wyalusing 2:53
Steve Anceravage(3), Bloomsb WBF Danny Kosharsky(4), Char-Houston 1:42
Corey Garis(1), Wilson Area DEC Dana Gingerich(2), Delone Catholic 8-2


Joe Strittmatter(7), Cambria Hghts DEC Brett Smith(8), Blommsburg 9-4
Liam Derenzis(5), Palisades OT Art Moss(6), Forest Hills 7-5;SD
Louie Vigliotti(3), Burgetstown DEC Bobby Frey(4), Wilson Area 8-4
Jeremy Walsh(1), OLey Valley WBF Isiaih Britton(2), Loyalsock 4:51


Joe Rovelli(7), Myers DEC Keith Shumac(8), Seneca 6-0
Ross Muench(5), Wyalusing DEC John Cortese(6), Greensb Central C 3-0
Adam Farabaugh(3), Penn Cambria DEC Jason Mounts(4), Washington 5-0
Jarrett Musselman(1), Claysb-Kimmel DEC Kyle Cleary(2), PineGrove 6-1


Keith Gavin(7), Lackawanna Trail DEC Eric Lapotsky(8), Mt Carmel 8-4
Matt Edwards(5), N Schuylkill WBF Steve Lucchesi(6), York Sub 0:52
Ryan Hluschak(3), N Lehigh DEC Deacon Smolleck(4), Grnsb Centr C 5-3

Chad Sichak(1), Richland DEC Scott Rendos, Brockway 4-3


Eric Gibbons(7), Bedford WBF Chris Collum(8), Williamson 1:40
John Svirbly(5), Reynolds OT Brian Hoover(6), Halifax 4-3;SD
Matt Schiff(3), Ft Cherry MAJOR Craig Herrold(4), Penns Valley 11-2
Nick Krecker(1), Wilson Area DEC Steven Troup(2), Mifflinburg 7-6


Travis Sweigard(7), Halifax DEC Heath Oberlin(8), Mifflinburg 8-4
Eli Garshnick(5), United DEC Jason Paronish(6), Penn Cambria 7-4
Matt Hill(3), Freedom OT Keith Smith(4), Pius X 4-2;SD
Derrick Morgan(1), Athens DEC Francis Iorfido(2), Johnsonburg 8-4


Erick Kresge(7), Palmerton DEC George Childers(8), Berlin-BrothersValle 4-3
Ryan Nowicki(5), Saucon Valley DEC Nate Shirk(6), Middleburg 7-3
Dann Laudermilch(3), NE Bradford WBF Jared Ricotta(4), W Branch 0:48
David Rivera(1), Allentown Centr CA DEC Jimmy Gibson(2), Ken Cath 5-3


David Iobst(7), Wilson Area DEC Mike Fowler(8), Cambria Hghts 7-6
Eric Rath(5), Pius X DEC Tony Hammer(6), Ft. LeBoeuf 3-2
Corey Jacoby(3), Delon Cath DEC Josh Fisk(4), Wyalusing 3-2
Kurt Brenner(1), Freedom OT Dan Edmonds(2), Bloomsburg 9-7;SD


Gideon Hornung(7), Cameron Co. DEC Kyle Davis(8), Valley View 5-3
Brian Hall(5), Yough DEC Josh Kirsch(6), Mt Union 4-1
Shane Datz(3), Southmoreland DEC Bryan Eckhart(4), Wilson Area 5-1
Matt Wilcox(1), Maplewood DEC Kyle Cathcart(2), Clarion 12-5


Steve Grida(7), Saucon Valley DEC Joe Ostrowski(8), Meyers 8-5
Nate Morris(5), Central Cambria DEC Matt Carey(6), Lake Lehman 4-1
Shane Mihalko(3), Freedom DEC Chris Pomraning(4), Kennard-Dale 3-1
C.J. Wonsettler(1),Bentworth VS Aaron Anspach(2),Columbia 5-3;SD



Heist and Marovich Both Finish 5th

Doran Heist, who looked invincible until he ran into Garden Spot's Steve Borja, in the quarter-finals, settled for 5th place in the PIAA tournament. Heist was 33-0 until losing his quater-final match. He came back and won two consolation matches, then lost again, 3-2 to John Steiner of Freedom in round 4. He finished his high school career with a 6-4 win over James Yonushonis, Philipsburg-Osceola.

McDowell junior, Ryan Marovich took 5th place at the PIAA tournament. He won his opening round bout over Matt Burkholder of Ephrata 6-4. He then lost in the quarters to Drew Feldman of Wyoming Valley West 7-5. Marovich won two more tight bouts until losing 4-1 to Bob Kail of Peters Township in round 5. He then avenged his quarter-final loss to Feldman by winning 4-2 in overtime to secure 5th place.

Easton won the AAA team championship, followed by State College. Waynesburg was third.


AAA Results


Mike Goslicky(7), Thomas Jeff DEC Clint Shirk(8), BEA 7-2
Tim Harner(5), Norristown DEC Nate Nauroth(6), Quakertown 4-2
Mark McKnight(3), Chart Valley MAJOR Bill Spencer(4), Highlands 10-0
Coleman Scott(1), Waynesburg dec. Brad Pataky(2), Clearfield 9-0


Sean Clair(7), Plum TB Jeremy Griffith(8), Berwick 1-1;TB
Brian Sellers(5), Pennsbury WBF Chad Maggi(6), Canon McMillan 5:25;SD
734 Jared Royer(3), Cedar Cliff DEC Chad Sportelli(4), Easton 3-2

Drew Headlee(1), Waynesburg DEC Mike Ciotti(2), Greater Latrobe 6-3


Reimark Neidemeier(7), Waynesburg DEC Sonny Phillip(8), Chichestr 4-2
Chris Ramos(5), Governor Mifflin DEC Joe Ciampoli(6), Altoona 9-6
Eric Frick(3), Nazereth DEC Dave Morgan(4), W Scranton 6-4
Tim Haas(1), Cedar Cliff DEC Mike Sees(2), Shikellhamy 5-3


Scott Hutton(7), Chartiers Valley DEC Darren Murray(8), C Dauphin 7-0
Jeff Ruffini(5), Kiski Area OT Joe Provini(6), Nazereth 3-1;SD
Jay Morrison(3), Whitehall DEC Mark Rusak(4), Muhlenburg 6-5
Matt Ciasulli(1), Easton OT Brian Sticca(2), Greensb Salem 4-2;SD


Michael Perinotti(7), Whitehall DEC Brock Hoffman(8), Governor Mifflin 1-0
Doug Surra(5), ST Mary's FORF Jon Stovich(6), Greater Latrobe
Jeff Ecklof(3), Northhampton DEC Mike Bires(4), Manheim Central 3-1
Brian Baglio(1), Red Land WBF Chad Seybold(2), Waynesburg 2:57


Tom Kniezewski(7), Boyertown OT Chris Renninger(8), Blue Mount 6-4;SD
Scott Heckman(5), Bangor DEC Brad Forbes(6), Downingtown 4-3
Matt Kocher(3), State College WBTF Will Tedder(4), Plum 16-0; 2:45
Mike Rogers(1), Easton DEC Jarrod King(2), Connellsville 8-5


Kirk Main(7), McGuffey FORF Joe Bowman(8), Pennsbury
Brandon Guenot(5), BEA DEC Matt Barnett(6), Hempfield 5-4
Brad Herman(3), Parkland DEC Mark Smith(4), Upper Perkiomen 6-4
Christian Franco(1), Whitehall DEC Dan Brown(2), Easton 6-1


Taylor Letters(7), Shaler FORF Andy Hoffman(8), Shikellhemy
Scott Morgan(5), Trinity FORF Eric Fisher(6), BEA
Luke Stauffer(3), Elizabethtown DEC Bobby Zuber(4), Northhampton 3-2
Matt Storniolo(1),State College VS John-Henry Zarzycki(2), Pleas Vall 9-2


Anthony Angeline(7), Lamp.-Strasb. MAJOR Zach Brower(8), Boyertown 11-3
Albert Miles(5), Canon Mac DEC Adam Brochetti(6), Kittanning 6-3
Matt Lear(3), Easton MAJOR Kyle Huddle(4), Parkland 10-2
Nathan Galloway(1),State College WBF Seth Martin(2),Selinsgrove, 1:44


Josh Arnone(7), Honesdale DEC Stephen Breese(8), McGuffey 7-4
Nick Guida(5), Parkland DEC Brandon Kauffman(6), Penn Manor 3-2
Jeremy Hart(3), State College DEC Dave Gardner(4), Norwin 5-2\
Zac Fryling(1), N Penn DEC Jake Herbert(2), N Allegheny 9-3


Adam Nyman(7), BEA MAJOR Eric Cassidy(8), N Allegheny 11-2
Doran Heist(5), Meadville DEC James Yonushonis(6), Phil-Osceola 6-4
Josh Haines(3), Northampton FORF John Steiner(4), Freedom
Steve Borja(1), Garden Spot DEC Josh Weitzel(2), Oxford 5-3


Tim Meyers(7), C. Mount. DEC Brian Dunlap(8), Marple Newtown 3-2
Mike Liberto(5), Liberty DEC Paul Weibel(6), Quakertown 6-5
Adam LoPiccolo(3), Susquehannock DEC Philip Davis(4), Harrisburg 5-0
Matt Cassidy(1), Plum DEC Jon Oplinger(2), Northampton 4-1


Geoff Donague(7), Neshaminy MAJOR J.R. Sutter(8), Punxy 14-3
Ryan Marovich(5), McDowell OT Drew Feldman(6), Wyoming Vall W 4-2;SD
Bob Kail, Peters(3) Township DEC Eric Deliere(4), McGuffey 3-2
Tom Parks(1), N Allegheny VS Tyler Rees(2), Northern




Hayden Eliminated From State Tournament
After Suffering Two Straight Losses

Hayden Harrison was eliminated from the PIAA Tournament Friday afternoon.

He won his preliminary match 13-7 over Steve Cabot of North Penn, Thursday evening. He then lost by fall in 3:37, in the quarter-finals (Friday afternoon) to Northeast Region champ Scott Heckman of Bangor. Heckman was a returning state placewinner, taking fourth a year ago. Harrison was tied with Heckman at the end of the first period, but got turned to his back twice before Heckman pinned him.

Harrison also lost his first consolation bout by a 17-2 technical fall, to Brad Forbes of Downingtown. Hayden scored the first takedown, but it would be last scoring he would do. Forbes put him on his back several times and lead 13-2 after the second period. Forbes then got the technical fall at 4:02.

Hayden finishes the year with 29 wins, equaling his win total from last season. He also set a new single season record for takedowns and appears to be on his way to breaking the career takedown mark as well. Congratulations to Hayden Harrison for a super season.

Important Mat Notes: No District 10 wrestlers made it to the AAA finals. Meadville's Doran Heist and McDowell's Ryan Marovich will compete in the medal rounds. Heist will meet John Steiner of Freedom for 5th place. Marovich will meet Drew Feldman of Wyoming Valley West, also for 5th place.

Three local District 10 AA wrestlers will compete for the gold. Strong Vincent's Andy Henry, Kennedy Catholic's Jimmy Gibson and Maplewood's Matt Wilcox all made the finals. Other District 10 AA wrestlers who guaranteed themselves a a spot on the podium, were: Fort LeBoeuf's Tony Hammer, Northwestern's Zack Shaffer, Seneca's Keith Shumac and the Reynolds trio of Travis Battles, Justin Hollobaugh and Jon Svirbly.

The AA finals will begin at 2:30 and the AAA finals are slated for 8:00 PM. Both will be carried live on PCN.

Updated: 03/09/02


Hayden Harrison Scores a 13-7 Win In Prelims

GM sophomore, Hayden Harrison won his preliminary match at the PIAA Championships, by defeating Steve Cabot of North Penn, by a score of 13-7. Harrison had 6 takedowns in the bout, upping his record-setting total to 120 for the season.

Hayden scored 3 of his takedowns in the first period, cutting Cabot loose each time. Two more takedowns in the second period made the score 11-6. He nailed down his 29th win with a final takedown in the third period.

Harrison will face top ranked Steve Heckman of Bangor (30-1) in the quarter-finals, Friday. The AAA quarter-finals begin at 1:30 PM and can be heard, live on wjpa internet radio:



Hayden Harrison Places 2nd at NW Regionals

Sophomore, Hayden Harrison was the only GM wrestler to advance to this year's PIAA tournament, placing 2nd at Regionals. Hayden defeated Dustin Wible of Altoona 17-11 in the quarter finals and beat Bald Eagle Area's Scott Maney 10-3 in the semis. He then squared off against Matt Kocher of State College in the finals.

Hayden scored the first 3 takedowns and took a 6-3 lead in the bout. He took a 6-4 lead into the last period and appeared to be on his way to winning the tournament, but Kocher had other ideas. Kocher scored 7 points in the last period to come out on the winning end of an 11-7 score.

Hayden also broke Tommy Kirdahy's single season takedown record this weekend. Hayden came to Regionals with 100 takedowns and added 14 more, bringing his season total to 114. Kirdahy previously held the record of 102.

Brother Hudson opened the tournament with a 6-2 decision over Tyler Roan. In the quarter finals he ran into State College's Matt Storniolo, the number one ranked wrestler in the state at 145 lbs. Storniolo dominated the bout and scored a 20-4 technical fall at the final buzzer.

In the first round of consolations, Hudson pinned Justin Smith of DuBois in 4:34. He won an 11-2 major decision over Prep's Dave Milano in the consy semis. In the consolation finals Hudson was down 8-3 to Bald Eagle Area's Eric Fisher. He came on strong in the last minute and nearly put Fisher on his back. Fisher squeaked out an 8-7 win and denied Hudson a trip to the state tournament.

Luke Harrison went 3-2 in the tournament. He scored a 27 second pin over State College's Chris Decker in the opening round and then lost 15-6, to Doug Surra of St. Mary's in the quarter finals. In the 1st consy round, Luke pinned Phillipsburg-Oseola's David Wood in :48. He decisioned Indian Valley's Josh Walters 6-3 in the consy quarter finals and then lost by fall to Brian Gross to end his season.

Ryan Dunlap went 2-2, winning his first bout by fall in :26 over Jermaine Johnson. He lost 13-7 in the quarter finals to Dom Morrelli of DuBois. He beat Josh Keys 7-2 and then lost 7-4 in the consy quarter finals to Titusville's Justin Snyder.

Jake Keene, Branden Stearns and Pat Knaus all went 0-2 in the tournament and saw their seasons come to an end. Stearns is a freshman and Keene a sophomore, so they should be back.

The Lancers placed 9th in the 30 team tournament with a total of 41 team points.


Northwest Regional Results

Team Standings:

(1) State College 122, (2) Bald Eagle Area 108, (3) Clearfield 68.5, (4) Titusville 65, (5) Central Mountain 55, (6) St. Mary's 45, (7) Phillipsburg-Oseola 44, (8) DuBois 43, (9) General McLane 41, (10) Indian Valley 39, (11) Erie Prep 38, (12) Carrick 35, (13) Bellefonte 32, (14) McDowell 29, (15) Warren 27, (16) Meadville 26, (17) Altoona 21, (18) Corry 20, (19) Conneaut Lake 18, (20) Punxsutawney 18, (21) Bradford 17, (22) Huntingdon 16, (23) OilCity 16, (24) Perry 5, (25) A-C Valley 5, (26) Schenely 4, (27) Langley 3, (28) Allderdice 2, (29) Lewistown 2, (30) Oliver 1

Consolation Finals

103 Jones, Phillipsburg-Oseola dec. Homan, State College 5-1
112 Keane, Bradford dec. Behrer, State College 7-4
119 Ciampoli, Altoona dec. Blashak, State College 8-1
125 Aaron Kitchell, Warren dec. Kyle Feikles, Erie Prep 9-5
130 Reish, Bellfonte dec. Gross, Carrick 5-0
135 Maney, Bald Eagle Area dec. Bush, Phillipsburg-Oseola 1-0
140 Bryan Kuhn, McDowell dec.Corey Murphy, Corry by fall OT
145 Eric Fisher, Bald Eagle Area dec. Hudson Harrison, Gen. McLane 8-7
152 Justin Snyder, Titusville dec. Morrelli, DuBois 5-3 OT
160 Fetzer, Indian Valley dec. Nick Wood, Corry 3-2
171 Yonushonis, Phillipsburg-Oseloa dec. Wilt, Central Mountain 4-0
189 Decker, State College dec. Peterson, Perry 4-0
275 Yoder, Bald Eagle Area pinned Altemus, Altoona 3:53


103 Brad Pataky,Clearfield dec. Clint Shirk, Bald Eagle Area 12-3
112 Casey Moore Central Mountain dec. Matt McClellan, Oil City 9-4
119 Todd Mowrey, Titusville dec. Teddy Adams, Clearfield 2-0
125 Nick Stoltz, DuBois dec. Mark Fisher, Bald Eagle Area 7-4
130 Doug Surra, St. Mary's dec. Jason Carlin, Titusville 7-3
135 Matt Kocher, State College dec. Hayden Harrison, Gen. McLane 11-7
140 Brandon Guenot Bald Eagle Area pinned Ian Tobin, Titusville 3:33
145 Matt Storniolo, State College dec. Chad Sutliff, Conneaut Lake 6-0
152 Nathan Galloway, State College dec. Nathan Smith, Indian Valley 17-4
160 Jeremy Hart, State College dec. Matt Waterman, Carrick 7-2
171 Doran Heist, Meadville dec. Adam Nyman, Bald Eagle Area 8-3
189 Tim Meyers, Central Mountain dec. Nick Voelker, Erie Prep 2-1
275 Ryan Marovich, McDowell dec. J.R. Sutter, Punxsutawney 5-3

03/02/02 - Posted Saturday @ 11:40 P.M.



Four GM Wrestlers Still Alive At Regionals

Four GM Wrestlers are still alive in the NW Regional tournament in Clarion. Hayden Harrison had a bye in the first round. He won his next match and will wrestle in the semi-finals on Saturday. Hayden scored several takedowns in the bout to break Tommy Kirdahy's single season takedown mark of 102.

Three other wrestlers are still alive in the tournament. Hudson Harrison, Luke Harrison and Ryan Dunlap all won their first round bouts, lost in the second round and then won in the third round to keep their hopes alive.

Freshman Brandon Stearns, Pat Knaus and Jake Keene all went 0-2 and were eliminated from the tournament on Friday evening.

03/02/02 - Posted Saturday Morning












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