The Herald, Sharon, Pa.


January 31, 2013


MERCER COUNTY — The pairings and times have been set for the District 10 Class AA Team Championships at Sharon High gym Saturday.

The quarterfinals will begin at 9 a.m. with top-seed Reynolds taking on Seneca and No. 4 Saegertown facing Jamestown. The quarters continue at 11 a.m. with No. 2-seed Fort LeBoeuf tangling with Maplewood and No. 3 Greenville against Mercer. The losers of those matches are eliminated.

The semifinals will be held at 3 p.m. The championship and consolation finals bouts will be held simultaneously on two mats at 5 p.m.

The top 3 finishers advance to the PIAA tournament. The champion goes straight to Hershey for the Feb. 7-9 tournament. The runner-up and third-place teams both face “wrestle-in” matches Monday to earn a spot at Hershey.

The second-place team will meet the District 7 third-place finisher, while the D-10 third-place squad will meet the District 9 runner-up.

This marks the first time that three teams from District 10 will move on. It also marks the first time the D-10 event is held at Sharon after several years at Edinboro University.

Reynolds and LeBoeuf are the only two teams ever to win D-10 titles. The Raiders won 10 times and LeBoeuf 4. LeBoeuf is the defending champ after edging Reynolds, 31-28, last season.

Earlier this year, Reynolds defeated the Bison, 33-25.

and LeBoeuf 4. LeBoeuf is the defending champ after edging Reynolds, 31-28, last season. Earlier this year, Reynolds defeated the Bison, 33-25.


ä Jamestown 42, Sharpsville 35 — At Jamestown, the host Muskies mustered falls from Scott Thurber (113), Jonas Reaugh (120), Nick Floch (132), Seth Thurber (138), Garrett Morgan (152) and Mathias Shappee (160) en route to the win.

For Sharpsville (11-9), Dustin Koser (126), Ben BuChere (180) and Jacob Llewellyn (220) posted pins.

ä Greenville 65, Fairview 15 — At Greenville, Jacob Morgan (182), Justin Reynolds (195), Jacob Brown (145), Blake Horne (152) and Gage Gladysz (160) forged falls for the triumphant Trojans.


ä Grove City 53, Oil City 23 — At Grove City, the host Lady Eagles eased to the region rout.

Corianne Hyduchak hit for a game-high 16 points and Jordyn Wyllie went for 14 for Grove City (5-3, 11-6) in the wire-to-wire win.




106 — Andy Ryan (S) forfeit; 113 — Scott Thurber (J) pinned Chase Serafin, 1:55; 120 — Jonas Reaugh (J) pinned Austin Szugye, 2:54; 126 — Dustin Koser (S) pinned Clayton Shirey, 3:57; 132 — Nick Floch (J) pinned Joe Sofranko, 1:09; 138 — Seth Thurber (J) pinned Miles Bowser, 1:46; 145 — Joey Pagliaroli (S) dec. Dennis Randall, 6-4; 152 — Garret Morgan (J) pinned Chris Williams, 3:32; 160 — Mathias Shappee (J) pinned Nate Findlay, 2:05; 170 — Ben BuChere (S) pinned Lucas Burnett, 2:49; 182 — William Shappee (J) forfeit; 195 — Cody Hughes (S) dec. Jason Shappee, 5-0; 220 — Jacob Llewelleyn (S) pinned Keamus Schuhlen, 1:34; 285 — Kaleb Robertson (S) forfeit. JV: No match.



(Greenville 1 team point deducted)

182 — Jacob Morgan (G) pinned Trevor Grode, 0:28; 195 — Justin Reynolds (G) pinned Brandon Locke, 1:07; 220 — Ryan Cardman (F) pinned Randall Peabody, 1:50; 285 — Braden Gladysz (G) forfeit; 106 — Jase Paxton (G) forfeit; 113 — Joe Safner (G) forfeit; 120 — Craig Trumbull (G) pinned Matthew Mangoni, 3:00; 126 — Garrett Zaborowski (F) pinned Aaron Atterholt, 0:54; 132 — Samuel Lehman (F) dec. Derek Watt, 6-3; 138 — Jake Riffe (G) forfeit; 145 — Jacob Brown (G) pinned Anthony Minneci, 0:43; 152 — Blake Horne (G) pinned Benjamin Lipinski, 3:03; 160 — Gage Gladysz (G) pinned John Timon, 2:41; 170 — Zachary Miller (G) pinned Jonathon Anderson, 3:53


OIL CITY    9    5    5    4    23

GROVE CITY    16    13    11    13    53

  OIL CITY — Carll 0-0-0-0, Stevenson 0-0-0-0, Domer 0-1-2-1, Clyde 1-3-4-5, Davis 1-4-4-6, Williams 0-0-0-0, McCauley 4-1-1-9, Kulling 0-0-0-0, Wilfong 1-0-0-2. Totals: 7-9-11-23.

  GROVE CITY — B.Deyarmin 0-0-0-0, Hall 2-0-0-6, Young 1-0-0-2, A.Deyarmin 0-0-0-0, Hyduchak 5-6-7-16, Wyllie 5-4-5-14, Lucido 2-0-0-5, Ferguson 0-1-2-1, Sprando 2-0-0-4 Wolfe 0-1-2-1. 3-pt. goals: Hall 2, Lucido 1. Totals; 18-12-16-53.

  JV — Oil City, 36-33. Alexix Deyarmin 15 points, Catie Jaskowak 10 for Grove City.


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