PIAA Wrestling: Class 3-A Day Two Results

17 WPIAL Wrestlers Advance to Semifinals
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Day two of AAA wrestling in Hershey was strong for the WPIAL, with 34 of 56 wrestlers guaranteed to come home with a medal. Of the 34 wrestlers, 17 remain alive in the semi-finals with an opportunity to become a state champion.

Leading the way is Spencer Lee of Franklin Regional, who is on a quest to become the 13th wrestler in PIAA history to win four state championships. Lee won by technical fall in the quarterfinals 15-0 in 2:45 over Gunnar Fuss of Harry S. Truman. Cameron Coy of Penn Trafford also continued his dominance, winning by fall in 1:11 over Owen Watkins of General McLane, to advance into the semi-finals. Coy is looking to become the 44th wrestler in PIAA history to win three state titles.

The WPIAL is perfect in a pair of weight classes in bringing home medals. The first is at 106, where Ryan Sullivan (Shaler) is in the semi-finals, while Kurtis Phipps (Norwin), Darren Miller (Kiski Area), and Frankie Bonura (Moon) are alive in the consolations. The other is at 285, where Brendan Furman (Canon McMillan), Isaac Reid (Kiski Area), and Roman Macek (Montour) are in the semi-finals, while Gerald Brown (West Mifflin) is in the consolations.

Of the 34 medals coming home, five teams lead the way with three medalists each. Those schools include Kiski Area, Hempfield, Belle Vernon, North Allegheny, and Canon McMillan.

Wrestling in AAA picks back up Saturday at 9:00 AM, with semi-final and fourth round consolations. All the action can be heard here on the MSA Sports Network.

Quarterfinal Results
106
Doug Zapf (Downingtown West) dec. Josiah Gehr (Cocalico) 5-1
Andrew Cerniglia (Nazareth) dec. Kurtis Phipps (Norwin) 6-4
Luke Lucerne (Council Rock North) dec. Will Betancourt (Manheim Central) 4-0
Ryan Sullivan (Shaler) dec. Maximino Mendez (Council Rock South) 5-2

113
Louis Newell (Seneca Valley) dec. Diego Santiago (Easton) 3-1
Ed Scott (DuBois) maj. dec. Sean Pierson (Nazareth) 8-0
Sam Hillegas (North Hills) maj. dec. Cade Balestrini (Shikellamy) 9-0
Cameron Enriquez (Stroudsburg) dec. JJ Wilson (Cedar Cliff) 3-1 OT

120
Julian Clebove (Northampton) dec. Logan Macri (Canon McMillan) 6-0
Zurich Storm (New Oxford) dec. Aidan Burke (Council Rock North) 6-1
Luke Werner (Liberty) maj. dec. Vincent Distefanis (Hempfield) 15-6
Matt Parker (Pennridge) dec. Chris Wright (Central Dauphin) 2-0

126
Spencer Lee (Franklin Regional) tech. fall Gunnar Fuss (Harry S. Truman) 15-0, 2:45
Ryan Anderson (Bethlehem Catholic) maj. dec. Brett Kaliner (W.C. Rustin) 16-2
Noah Levett (Kiski Area) dec. Patrick Gould (ES South) 4-3
Austin Desanto (Exeter Township) fall Noah Myers (Mifflin County) 3:05

132
Cole Manley (Altoona) dec. Jarred Papcsy (Bethlehem Catholic) 6-3
Jimmy Hoffman (Hazleton Area) dec. Wyatt Long (Cumberland Valley) 4-1
Zack Trampe (Council Rock South) fall Kolby Ho (DuBois) 3:31
Andrew Wert (Central Dauphin) dec. KJ Fenstermacher (Northampton) 1-0

138
Sammy Sasso (Nazareth) fall Eric Hutchinson (Conestoga) 0:29
Seth Koleno (Bald Eagle Area) dec. Dominic Means (Pittsburgh Central Catholic) 13-10
Daniel Moran (Northampton) dec. Colin Cronin (Upper Darby) 6-5 OT UTB
Zach Ortman (Parkland) fall Nathan Swartz (Hollidaysburg) 6:45 OT

145
Brock Wilson (Nazareth) dec. Brent Wendle (Coatesville) 5-4
Jarod Verkleeren (Hempfield) maj. dec. Gage McClenahan (Bald Eagle Area) 18-5
Jake Hinkson (North Allegheny) dec. Riley Palmer (Council Rock South) 3-2
Brock Port (Bellefonte) dec. Joe Blumer (Kiski Area) 4-2 OT

152
Cameron Coy (Penn Trafford) fall Owen Watkins (General McLane) 1:11
Colin Shannon (North Penn) dec. Austin Hemminger (Somerset) 3-1
Carter Starocci (Cathedral Prep) dec. Gerrit Nijenhuis (Canon McMillan) 5-1
Brock Godzin (Belle Vernon) dec. Will Kaldes (Cumberland Valley) 4-3

160
Trent Hidlay (Mifflin County) tech. fall Luke Nichter (Chambersburg) 22-7, 4:29
Ryan Resnick (Owen J. Roberts) dec. Cade Wilson (Nazareth) 6-2
Jonah Barley (Penn Manor) dec. Dazjon Casto (Cathedral Prep) 6-5
Josh Stillings (Pennridge) dec. Zach Hartman (Belle Vernon) 4-3

170
Michael Labriola (Bethlehem Catholic) dec. Alec Shaw (Greensburg Salem) 14-8
Tyler Bagoly (Exeter Township) maj. dec. David Cox (Oxford) 8-0
Luke McGonigal (Clearfield) dec. Ryan Finn (Pottsgrove) 3-0
Tim Wallace (Albert Gallatin) dec. Tommy O’Brien (Wilson) 5-3

182
Nino Bonaccorsi (Bethel Park) fall Ben Maack (Governor Mifflin) 3:22
Cole Urbas (State College) dec. Elijah Jones (Boyertown) 4-0
Drew Peck (Chambersburg) dec. Matt McGillick (Penn Trafford) 8-5
Travis Stefanick (Nazareth) fall Jake Paulson (McDowell) 1:17

195
Jake Woodley (North Allegheny) tech. fall Carson Kinney (Hazelton Area) 25-10, 5:44
Nick Duliakas (Owen J. Roberts) maj. dec. Blake Barrick (Big Spring) 9-1
Miles Lee (South Philadelphia) dec. Jake Koser (Northern York) 8-6 OT
Ethan Laird (General McLane) maj. dec. Ben Fromm (Cocalico) 13-0

220
Joe Doyle (Council Rock South) dec. Jake Slinger (Upper St. Clair) 9-3
Ian Edenfield (Laurel Highlands) dec. Michael Modugno (Upper Perkiomen) 5-1
Brian Kennerly (Upper Darby) maj. dec. Nathan Feyrer (Parkland) 19-8
Billy Korber (Belle Vernon) dec. Francis Duggan (Cedar Cliff) 5-2

285
Niko Camacho (Bethlehem Catholic) maj. dec. Cameron Tinner (Shippensburg) 10-2
Brendan Furman (Canon McMillan) fall Hunter Gill (Hollidaysburg) 0:40
Roman Macek (Montour) dec. Michael Wolfgram (Central York) 6-4
Isaac Reid (Kiski Area) dec. Kawaun DeBoe (Cathedral Prep) 3-1 2OT

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