News from March...2006

Seven McLane Wrestlers
Named to All-Region 4 Team

Seven General McLane wrestlers were named to the All-Region 4 Wrestling Team by the Region 4 wrestling coaches. Brandon Saraceno (130), Donald Osinski (135) and Hadley Harrison (140) were first team selections. Keith Scharrer (103), Eric Zelina (125), Lou Decker (160) and Ben Rucker (215) were named to the second team.

Eric Zelina and Hadley Harrison were also named to the Times-News All-District 10 Team which combined the top wrestlers from both AA and AAA. Hadley received the additional honor of being named the Region 4 Wrestler of the Year.

Editors Note: It's unfortunate that Clay Steadman wasn't named to the All-Region 4 Team. But apparently the ballots are sent out to the Region 4 coaches halfway throught the season and returned with all voting completed before the District 10 Tournament. Clay got such a late start this season (due to injuries) that his name never made it on to the ballot.


2006 Region 4 All-Stars
First Team
Second Team
Wt Wrestler School Gr Wt Wrestler School Gr
103 Steve Mancuso McDowell 11 103 Keith Scharrer General McLane 11
112 Joe McCullough Cathedral Prep 11 112 Mike Gustafson Warren 11
119 Steve Zoni Cathedral Prep 12 119 Nick Enders Titusville 10
125 Dan Pascuzzi Warren 12 125 Eric Zelina General McLane 11
130 Brandon Saraceno General McLane 12 130 Greg Tenney Oil City 12
135 Donald Osinski General McLane 12 135 Alex Lauffenburger Warren 12
140 Hadley Harrison General McLane 12 140 Cash Horne Conneaut Lake 10
145 Bryan Towers Meadville 11 145 Chris Frits McDowell 12
152 Jason Ardillo Cathedral Prep 12 152 Jake Jurkiewicz Strong Vincent 12
160 Nathan Kucnick McDowell 12 160 Lou Decker General McLane 11
171 Ryan Smith Corry 12 171 Terry Sedney McDowell 12
189 (tie) Jon Wentz
Jeremy Little
189 Kory Hubbard Conneaut Lake 12
215 Nick Roussin Corry 12 215 Ben Rucker General McLane 12
275 Kyfer Rumburd Warren 12 275 Kris Tursky Conneaut Lake 09
Region team champion - McDowell
Region wrestler of the year - Hadley Harrison, General McLane, 140


Erie Times-News District 10 All Stars
Weight Wrestler School Grade
103 Cody Kelly Reynolds 09
112 Kory Hiner Fort LeBoeuf 12
119 Paul Kulka Reynolds 12
125 Eric Zelina General McLane 11
130 Steve Waite Fort LeBoeuf 11
135 Jesse Powell Commodore Perry 12
140 Hadley Harrison General McLane 12
145 Matt Dunn Reynolds 12
152 Jason Ardillo Cathedral Prep 12
160 Lawrence Beckman Reynolds 11
171 C.J. Church Fort LeBoeuf 12
189 Kellen Harris Sharon 11
215 Jordan Cooke Youngsville 11
275 Mike Edwards Reynolds 12



Harrison & Osinski Win 3 at NHSCA Senior Nationals

Hadley Harrison and Donald Osinski recorded 3 wins between them at the grueling NHSCA Senior Nationals Tournament in Pittsburgh, PA. The tournament sported nearly 900 of the nations best wrestlers from 48 states. Osinski's weight class (135 lbs.) had a total of 72 wrestlers competing for a title and Harrison's weight class (140 lbs.) had 67 competitors.

Donald opened with a solid 7-3 win over Virginia state 4th placer, Josh Dix in the first round. In the second round, Osinski lost a controversial 4-2 overtime decision to North Dakota state champ, Nathan Schweitzer. That loss dropped him into the consolation rounds where he faced Mark Franklin, a 4th placer in this year's Arizona state championships. Donald put in a gutty six minutes against Franklin, but came out on the short end of a 7-2 decision.

Hadley beat Tennesee state champ Kellen Holliman, 9-6 in the first round, then dropped an 8-6 barn burner to two-time Nebraska state champ Casey Gubbels in the following round. In the consolations, Harrison picked up an 11-5 win over two-time Iowa state finalist, Christopher Sandy. Hadley was eliminated when he lost a 6-0 decision to two-time Ohio state placewinner, Nick Bodnar.

Other District 10 wrestlers competing in the event were Warren's Alex Lauffenburger and Fort LeBoeuf's Kory Hiner. Lauffenburger and Hiner both went 2-2. Mario Morreli of DuBois (District 9) and Bald Eagle Area's Travis Stem also competed. Morelli gained All American status with a 7th place finish at 171 lbs. and Stem finished 2nd.


Notes from Senior Nationals:

Hadley Harrison recorded his 129th and 130th career wins at the NHSCA tournament. Only Hayden Harrison has more (135). Hadley shattered the single season mark for wins with 48.

Donald Osinski's win at Senior Nationals was his 42nd this year and the 120th of his career. Only Hayden and Hadley Harrison own more career wins. His 42 victories also places him 2nd on the all-time "Season Wins" list in the GM record books.

Donald Osinski and Hadley Harrison both proved that they are capable of competing with the best wrestlers in the nation, and Donald may very well have racked up some additional wins if he hadn't injured his knee in the second round. Best of luck to Hadley and Donald!!! It's been a pleasure watching you wrestle.

A tip of the cap to Coach Cook who spent a couple of days in Pittsburgh at Jr. Nationals with Eric Zelina and Keith Scharrer, then picked up Donald and Hadley and took them to Sr. Nationals. After the McLane wrestlers were eliminated on Saturday, Coach Cook stayed an additional day to Coach District 9 wrestler Mario Morreli, who placed at the event.


GM Wrestlers at the NHSCA Senior Nationals Tournament

135-Donald Osinski

1st Round: Osinski dec. Josh Dix (VA) 7-3
2nd Round: Nathan Schweitzer (ND) dec Osinski 4-2 (OT)
Cons: Mark Franklin (AZ) dec Osinski 7-2

Tournament Record: 1-2 (DNP)

140-Hadley Harrison

1st Round: Harrison dec Kellen Holliman (TN) 9-6
2nd Round: Casey Gubbels (NE) dec Harrison 8-6
Cons: Harrison dec Chris Sandy (IA) 11-5
Cons: Nick Bodnar (OH) dec Harrison 6-0

Tournament Record: 2-2 (DNP)




Scharrer and Zelina Bow Out of NHSCA Jr. Nationals

Keith Scharrer and Eric Zelina bowed out of the NHSCA Jr. Nationals Tournament Friday without posting a win. 103 pounder, Scharrer lost 7-2 in the opening round to North Dakota state champ, Brian Reisenauer. Keith was eliminated when he lost by fall to North Carolina 4A 5th placer, Sheldon Wilder in the first consolation round.

Eric Zelina had some flat-out bad luck at the tournament. Zelina ran up a 9-5 lead on Washington 2A 125 lbs. state champ, Kellen Hopkins and appeared to be on his way to a big opening round victory, when he dislocated his elbow. Eric had to injury default and was forced to drop out of the tournament.

NHSCA Senior Nationals will run from March 24 through the 26th in Pittsburgh. McLane Seniors, Hadley Harrison and Donald Osinski will compete in that event.


Notes from Jr. Nationals:

Keith Scharrer's first opponent at Jr. Nationals, Brian Reisenauer was not only this year's North Dakota 103 lbs. class A state champ, but also took 4th place at the FILA National Championships this past Summer in the Cadet 42 kg class. Reisenauer was the 12th ranked junior wrestler in the nation according to the February issue of Wrestling USA Magazine.

Eric Zelina did a great job against Washington State Champ, Kellen Hopkins, running up a 9-1 lead. Eric was still holding a solid 9-5 lead late in the bout, when he dislocated his elbow and was unable to continue. Best wishes to Eric for a speedy recovery.


Hadley Grabs 5th Place at the PIAA Championships

Hadley Harrison became the fourth member of the Harrison family to medal at the PIAA Championships when he decisioned Mallie Shuster of Big Spring and captured 5th place. Harrison scored two takedowns against Shuster to secure a 4-2 win in the 5th/6th place wrestle off Saturday in Hershey.

Hadley opened the tournament with a preliminary round win Thursday afternoon in dominating fashion. He beat 13th ranked, Earl Longstreth of Council Rock North by a score of 8-1. Harrison scored the first takedown about 1 minute into the opening period and rode Longstreth out. In the second, Longstreth chose the bottom position. Harrison rode him the entire period and then used a bar arm and wrist trap for 2 back points at the buzzer. That gave Hadley a 4-0 lead. Harrison chose bottom in the final stanza and scored a reversal to go on top, 6-0. Longstreth escaped, but Hadley took him down again. Final score, 8-1.

Harrison kept the ball rolling on Friday with a solid 6-3 win over 7th ranked, Mallie Shuster of Big Spring. The first period was an even battle and ended in a 0-0 stalemate. In the second period, Shuster escaped to take a brief, 1-0 lead, but Harrison countered with a takedown. Hadley cut Shuster loose and took him to the mat again to make it 4-2. Harrison chose the neutral position to begin the third period and scored another takedown to make it 6-2. Shuster escaped before the whistle to make the final, 6-3. That win clinched a medal for Harrison.

Hadley dropped a 6-5 heart breaker to #3 ranked Nick Nelson of Shaler in the 140 lbs. semifinal round. Nelson struck first with a takedown. Hadley escaped quickly and replied with a takedown of his own to take a 3-2 lead. Nelson countered with an escape with 13 ticks left in the period. That knotted the score at 3-3. In the second period, Nelson escaped to go on top, 4-3. Harrison pressed the action for the remainder of the period, but was unable to score. Hadley chose the bottom position in the final period and escaped almost immediately to tie the score at 4-4. Nelson responded with a takedown to regain a two point lead. Harrison escaped seconds later and made it, 6-5. Hadley tried to take his opponent down in the final seconds, but Nelson held him off.

Hadley met Steve Bosak of State College in the consi semi round. Bosak avenged a NW Regional final loss to Harrison when he pulled out a 5-2 win. The score was 0-0 after two periods, with Harrison riding Bosak out for the entire second period. Hadley chose bottom in the third stanza and appeared to have the bout in hand. He escaped to take a 1-0 lead, but the two wrestlers ended up in a scramble and Bosak came out of it with a takedown. Bosak used a tilt with a minute left to score three back points. That gave him a commanding 5-1 lead. Harrison managed to escaped with seconds remaining, but it was too little, too late. Final score, Bosak 5 Harrison 2. That dropped Harrison into the 5th place wrestle off against Shuster.


Notes From the 2006 PIAA Tournament:

Hadley's father Dan placed 3rd in the 1971 PIAA tournament, brother Hudson took 6th in 2003 and brother Hayden was 5th in 2004. Hadley's uncle Tim Harrison was GM's first state champion in 1976 (30 years ago, almost to the day).

Hadley ends the regular post season with 46 wins, 5 more than any other wrestler in GM history. Hadley could rack up a few more wins at Senior Nationals in Pittsburgh before he's finished.

McLane's last state semifinalist was Tom Kirdahy in 1999. Ironically, Kirdahy also lost by one point in semifinals that year.

Hadley Harrison is Ryan Cook's first state placewinner as a head coach. Congratulations Coach!


Individual GM Wrestlers at the 2006 PIAA Tournament

140-Hadley Harrison

Prelim-Harrison dec Earl Longstreth (Council Rock No.) 8-1
QF-Harrsion dec Mallie Shuster (Big Spring) 6-3
SF-Nick Nelson (Shaler) dec Harrison 6-5
Cons SF-Steve Bosak (State College) dec Harrison 5-2
5th/6th Place-Harrison dec Mallie Shuster (Big Spring) 4-2

Tournament Record: 3-2 (PLACED 5TH)



Team Scores: 1. Nazareth-113.5, 2. Bald Eagle Area-85.5, 3. Upper Perkiomen-72.5, 4.Boyertown-49,
4. Central Daughin-49, 6. Canon McMillan-48, 7. Council Rock So-47, 8. Easton-45.5, 9. Clearfield-31.5,
10. Lewistown-31, 11. Cumberland Valley-29, 12. Kiski-28, 12. McGuffey-28, 14.Cedar Cliff-27,
14. Quakertown-27, 16. Connellsville-26, 16. Jersey Shore-26, 18. Council Rock No-25, 18.
Spring-Ford-25, 20. Greater Latrobe-24, Greensburg Central Catholic-24, 20. Indian Valley-24.....
46. Cathedral Prep-11, 48.General McLane-9, 77. McDowell--2


- PIAA Championship Finals-
103-Jordan Oliver Easton DEC Nico Cortese Greensburg Central Catholic 6-2
112-Colin Johnston Canon McMillan MAJOR Fred Rodgers Boyertown 12-2
119-Billy Chamberlain Cumberland Valley DEC Walter Peppelman Central Dauphin 2-1 OT TB
125-Brian Polashuk Spring Grove DEC Tyler Nauman Middletown 2-1
130-Mike Rappo Council Rock So DEC Steve Fittery Cocalico 7-5
135-Zack Kemmerer Upper Perkiomen DEC Matt Moley Spring-Ford 2-1 OT RO
140-Ashtin Primus Connellsville DEC Nick Nelson Shaler 7-4
145-Tim Darling Nazareth DEC Quentin Wright Bald Eagle Area 8-5
152-Ryan Goodman Greater Latrobe DEC Matt Ryan Canon McMillan 1-0
160-Brent Fiorito Upper Perkiomen DEC Thad Frick Nazareth 2-1 OT RO
171-Sam Eck Jersey Shore FALL David Crowell Nazareth Fall 5:22
189-Pat Flynn Quakertown DEC Thomas Shovlin Central Dauphin 5-4
215-Mike Cook Bald Eagle Area DEC Josh White Boyertown 6-5
275-Trevin Cowman Wyoming Valley West DEC Chris Dempsey Ambridge 7-4


-Third Place Consolations-
103-Matt Snyder Lewistown FALL Joe Waltko North Allegheny Fall 2:00
112-Tyler Sim McGuffey DEC Bobby Ward Nazareth 5-3 OT
119-Matt Kyler Clearfield DEC Matt Bonson Lewistown 9-2
125-Mario Giordano Nazareth DEC Ryan Kemmerer Upper Perkiomen 3-1
130-Tom Barger Clearfield MAJOR Bryan Ortenzio Cedar Cliff 8-0
135-Grant Paswall Bald Eagle Area DEC Tyler Oravec Kiski Area 7-6
140-Justin Accordino Coughlin MAJOR Steve Bosak State College 12-1
145-Rob Morrison Cedar Cliff DEC Zach McKendree Kiski Area 5-2
152-Chris Barrick Big Spring DEC Jared Sernoffsky Elizabethtown 3-0
160-Landis Wright Bald Eagle Area MAJOR Brad Clark Methacton 9-0
171-A.J. Brentzel Penn Trafford DEC Jared Vivacqua Council Rock N 3-1 OT
189-Garrett Hunter McGuffey DEC Pat Gilmore Council Rock So 9-4
215-P.J. DiStefano Whitehall DEC Luke Cox Red Land 8-5
275-Mike Mutch Nazareth DEC Myles Caragein Keystone Oaks 8-4 OT


-Fifth Place Consolations-
103-Nic Bedelyon Indian Valley DEC Mark Rappo Council Rock So 4-0
112-Joe McCullough Cathedral Prep MAJOR Bryce Busler Cumberland Valley 10-0
119-Jason DeLuca Northern DEC Chris Sheetz Upper Perkiomen 5-3
125-Grant Lowther Trinity DEC Leonard Drummond Easton 7-4
130-Kyle Fluke State College DEC Brandon Bucher Northern 7-1
135-Josh Roosa Crestwood DEC James Fleming West Mifflin 2-0
140-Hadley Harrison General McLane DEC Mallie Shuster Big Spring 4-2
145-Dave Zeek Council Rock N DEC Chris Dahlheimer Red Lion 8-3
152-Curtis Branchen Avonworth DEC AJ Keebler Saint Marys 11-5
160-Justin Myers Dallastown DEC Zach Rabenold Freedom 3-1
171-Brian Shaw Hollidaysburg FALL Josh Serene Kittanning Fall 4:46
189-Justin Wieller Northampton DEC Travis Stem Bald Eagle Area 8-3
215-Ray Bennett Abington Heights FOR George Hingson Moon Forfeit
275-Ryan Tomei Penn Trafford DEC Nate Knepp Indian Valley 6-2


-Seventh Place Consolations-
103-Zack Zummo Plum DEC Taylor Brown Emmaus 1-0
112-Tyler Fishburn Bellefonte MAJOR Tony Dallago Central Dauphin 15-6
119-Nick Hyatt Boyertown DEC Andrew Flegler Nazareth 2-0
125-Jay Ivanco Gateway DEC Jeremy Stierly Owen J Roberts 5-3
130-Tom Barger Clearfield MAJOR Bryan Ortenzio Cedar Cliff 8-0
135-Mike Greck Nazareth MAJOR Wade McCorkel Hershey 11-3
140-Braden Turner Southern Lehigh DEC Ed Geib Pennridge 6-1
145-Chris Grill Upper Darby DEC Colin Dailey Easton 4-0
152-Rob Hoffman Owen J Roberts DEC Bryan Knoblauch Council Rock So 7-0
160-Brad Steinbach Saint Marys FALL A.J. Detwiler Pennridge Fall 0:19
171-Nathan Murin Trinity DEC Josh Rock Mechanicsburg 9-2
189-Ben Maund Canon McMillan FALL Mike Platco Spring-Ford Fall 4:49
215-Tobi Showunmi Pennsbury DEC Matt Riddle Kiski Area 3-2
275-Slav Mukha Northeast FALL Marcus Zimmerman Manheim Central Fall 3:25



Hadley Harrison Wins Record Third NW Regional Title
Four Other GM Wrestlers Place

Hadley Harrison made history Saturday in Altoona, PA. He became the first General McLane wrestler to ever win three Regional titles when he beat Steve Bosak of State College in the NW Regional finals. Hadley defeated 15th ranked Christian Harr of Holidaysburg, 5-3 in the quarterfinals and then scored a fall over Central Mountain's Blaine Benner in the semis. In the finals Hadley struck for a takedown almost immediately against Bosak and cruised to an 8-2 win.

Eric Zelina, Brandon Saraceno, Clay Steadman and Kyle Goss all placed 4th, one win short of qualifying for the state tournament. Zelina scored a 14-5 major decison over 22nd ranked Adam Will of Indian Valley in the opening round. Eric dropped out of the winner's bracket after losing a 7-2 decision to number one ranked, Mike Robinson of Lewistown in the semis. Zelina came back to post a 13-5 major decision over DuBois' Nick Centra in the consi semis. That set up a rematch with Adam Will in the consi finals. Eric's hopes of of making it to the state tournament were dashed when he was caught in a Will headlock and decked in 2:14.

Brandon Saraceno flattened St. Marys Derek McCullough at the 3:12 mark in the quarterfinals. He then lost by fall to 5th ranked and eventual regional champ, Kyle Fluke in the semis. Saraceno bounced back with a dominating, 16-0 technical fall over Phillipsburg-Osceolla's DJ Cassler in the consi semis. Saraceno's met Lewistown's 17th ranked, Kyle Swineford of Lewistown in the consi finals. Swineford had won a previous meeting between the two earlier in the year at the Lewistown Duals, by an 11-5 score. Saraceno wrestled very tough match and took Swineford right to the wall, before dropping a 6-4 heart breaker.

Clay Steadman dropped a 6-3 decision to Brian Kochick of State College in the quarterfinal round. He bounced back with a solid 7-1 decision over Warren's Tommy Fredericks and then posted back to back, one point wins to make the consi finals. Clay's quest for a state medal ended when he dropped a 5-2 decision to Punxsutawney's Scott Phillips.

Kyle Goss pinned Peabody's Mike Turner in the preliminary round. He lost by fall to 9th ranked Ryan Maggs of Central Mountain in the quarters. Goss bounced back to make the consolation finals by posting a fall over Bradford's Adam Preist, a 6-2 win over Indian Valley's Skylar Roming and a 7-2 decision over Alex Cressley. Kyle's hopes for a bronze medal ended when he lost for the third time this season to Cathedral Prep's Jon Wentz, 9-2.

Two time state qualifier, Donald Osinski was upset by 17th ranked Cody Johns of Lewistown, 5-3 in the quarter finals, but bounced back with a couple of shutouts. He posted a 5-0 decision over Punxsutawney's Derek Reed and a 7-0 win over Central Mountain's Chad Harpster. That set up consi semi match with Warren's 8th ranked, Alex Lauffenburger. It was the fourth meeting between the two wrestlers this season. Osinski's try for a third trip to Hershey ended when Lauffenburger won a 3-2 decision.

McLane's other two regional qualifiers, Keith Scharrer and Sean McFadden dropped out of contention earlier in the tourney. Scharrer won his first bout, but then dropped two straight. Sophomore, McFadden went 0-2.

General McLane finished 6th as a team at the NW Regional Tournament. It was one of their better finishes in recent history, esclipsed only by the their 2004 1st place finish.


Notes From the NW Regional Tournament:

Hadley Harrison set a new GM record for "Most Wins in a Season". He secured his 42nd win in the semis and his 43rd in the finals, surpassing brother Hayden's former record of 41.

Donald Osinski went 2-2 at Regionals, but his second win in Altoona gave him 41 wins for the season which tied him with Hayden for the second spot.

Kyle Goss scored two falls at regionals and ended the season with 28. That broke Frank Myers's single season record of 27, which stood as the standard since 1983. Goss also racked up 39 wins this year. That ties him with Myers for 5th on the all-time "season wins" list.

Eric Zelina and Brandon Saraceno also entered the record books with their 35 wins this year. The two became the just the 20th and 21st wrestlers in GM history to win 34 or more bouts in a single season. Eric Zelina also scored two major decisions at Regionals, running his season total to nine. That ties him for the top spot for most major decisions in a single season.

The McLane wrestling team added 4 pins to their total at the NW Regional Tournament. They now have 186, 5th best in the state acoording to PA Sports Beat.

Congratulations to our senior wrestlers who's high school careers ended this weekend. We will miss you, but wish you the best in your future endeavors!


Team Scores: 1) Bald Eagle Area-162, 2) Indian Valley-137, 3) Lewistown-97, 4) DuBois-81, Erie Prep-80,
6) General McLane-69.5, 7)Central Mountain and Clearfield-55, 9) Holidaysburg-54, 10) Bellefonte-52,
11) St. Marys-47.5, 12) State College-45, 13) McDowell-30, 14) Punxsutawney-28, 15) Corry-22,
16) Titusville-20, 17) Warren-19, 18) Strong Vincent-18, 19) Altoona and Franklin-16, 21) Oil City-14,
22) Keystone-14, 23) Meadville-11, 24) Phillipsburg-Osceola-10, 25) Langley-8.5, 26) Carrick and
Conneaut Lake-8, 28) Bradford-5, 29) Alderdice-2, 30) Perry Traditional Academy and Schenley-1,
32) Peabody-0, 33) Brashear- -1, 34, 34) Westinghouse- -4.

Championship Finals
103-Nick Bedelyon (Ind Val) dec Matt Snyder (Lewist) 9-2
112-Joe McCullough (Prep) dec Tyler Fishburn (Bellef) 9-4
119-Matt Kyler (Clearf) maj dec Matt Bonson (Lewist) 10-0
125-Mike Robinson (Lewist) dec Stuart Rhodes (Holidaysb) 9-3
130-Kyle Fluke (St Col) dec Tom Barger (Clearf) 5-3 (OT)
135-Grant Paswell (BEA) maj dec Cody Johns (Lewist) 8-0
140-Hadley Harrison (GM) dec Steve Bosak (St Col) 8-2
145-Quentin Wright (BEA) dec Jeremiah Will (Ind Val) 7-1
152-Jason Ardillo (Prep) dec Jake Jukiewicz (Str Vinc) 2-0
160-Landis Wright (BEA) dec Brad Steinbach (St Marys) 5-0
171-Brian Shaw (Holidaysb) dec Mario Morelli 4-2 (OT)
189-Travis Stem (BEA) dec Ryan Maggs (Centr Mt) 3-2
215-Mike Cook (BEA) wb inj def Nam Shrtzer (Ind Val)
275-Kevin Struble (BEA) dec Gabe Bowley (DuB) 3-1

Consolation Finals
103-Rocco Welleck (Prep) dec Garrett Singer (Bellef) 2-0
112-Ethan Swope (DuB) dec Brandon Potts (Altoona) 6-2
119-Chad Frankhouser (Ind Val) maj dec Steve Zoni (Prep) 10-1
125-Adam Will (Ind Val) pinned Eric Zelina (GM) 2:14
130-Kyle Swineford (Lewist) dec Brandon Saraceno (GM) 6-4
135-Nick Perrine (Frankl) dec Alex Lauffenburger (War) 4-3
140-Zach Bussard (DuB) dec Christian Harr (Holidaysb) 3-2
145-Zach Lundgren (DuB) dec Brian Towers (Mdv) 8-4
152-AJ Keebler (St Marys) dec Ryan Ochalek (O City) 2-1
160-Nathan Kucnick (McD) dec Adam Picketts (Ind Val) 2-0
171-Scott Phillips (Punxsy) dec Clay Steadman (GM) 5-2
189-Jonathon Wentz (Prep) dec Kyle Goss (GM) 9-2
215-Nick Roussin (Cor) dec Zac Engel (Centr Mt) 7-1
275-Nate Knepp (Ind Val) dec Cody Colwell (Keyst) 7-2


Individual Wrestlers at the 2006 AAA NW Regional Tournament

103-Keith Scharrer

Prelim: Scharrer dec Zach Hoy (St Marys) 8-3
QF: NickBedelyon (Ind Val) pinned Scharrer 3:36
Cons: Garrett Singer (Bellef) pinned Scharrer 5:37 (OT)

Tourn Record: 1-2 (DNP)


125-Eric Zelina

Prelim: Bye
QF: Zelina maj dec Adam Will (Ind Val) 14-5
SF: Mike Robinson (Lewist) dec Zelina 7-2
Cons SF: Zelina maj dec Nick Centra (DuB) 13-5
Cons F: Adam Will (Ind Val) pinned Zelina 2:14

Tourn Record: 2-2 (PLACED 4TH)

130-Brandon Saraceno

Prelim: Bye
QF: Saraceno pinned Derek McCullough (St Marys) 3:12
SF: Kyle Fuke (State Col) pinned Saraceno :30
Cons SF: Saraceno tech fall DJ Cassler (Phil Osc) 16-0
Cons F: Kyle Swineford (Lewist) dec Saraceno 6-4

Tourn Record: 2-2 (PLACED 4TH)


135-Donald Osinski

Prelim: Bye
QF: Cody Johns (Lewist) dec Osinski 5-3
Cons: Osinski dec Derek Reed (Punx) 5-0
Cons: Osinski dec Chad Harpster (Cent MT) 7-0
Cons SF: Alex Lauffenburger (War) dec Osinski 3-2

Tourn Record: 2-2 (DNP)

140-Hadley Harrison

Prelims: Bye
QF: Harrison dec Christian Harr (Holid) 5-3
SF: Harrison pinned Blaine Benner (Cent Mt) 1:02
F: Harrison dec Steve Bosak (St Col) 8-2

Tourn Record: 3-0 (PLACED 1ST)


171-Clay Steadman

Prelim: Bye
QF: Brian Kochick (St Col) dec Steadman 6-3
Cons: Steadman dec Tommy Fredericks (War) 7-1
Cons: Steadman dec Nate Reese (Ind Val) 1-0
Cons SF: Steadman dec Eric Hoy (St Marys) 3-2
Cons F: Scott Phillips (Punx) dec Steadman 5-2

Tourn Record: 3-2 (PLACED 4TH)


189-Kyle Goss

Prelim: Goss pinned Mike Turner (Peab)
QF: Ryan Maggs (Cent Mt) pinned Goss 2:51
Cons: Goss pinned Adam Preist 2:29
Cons: Goss dec Skylar Roming (Ind Val) 6-2
Cons SF: Goss dec Alex Cressley (Punx) 7-2
Cons F: Jonathon Wentz (Prep) dec Goss 9-2

Tourn Record: 4-2 (PLACED 4TH)


275-Shawn McFadden

Prelim: Nate Knepp (Ind) pinned McFadden :53
Cons: Ryan Mangillio (Bradf) dec McFadden 9-2

Tourn Record: 0-2 (DNP)

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