HERMITAGE – Hickory High has the state ranking, but Sharpsville seemed unimpressed.

“Teams like Sharpsville are talented ... they’re not afraid of us – they want to beat us,” admitted Hickory Head Coach Chris Mele.

The host Hornets had to hit 11 of 13 overtime free-throw opportunities Friday night en route to a 68-61 Region 5 win at The Hive.

Connor Evans converted 5 freebies – including both ends of 1-and-1 bonuses at the 56.6- and 31-9-second junctures, then added the front end of another – while Donald Whitehead regained his rhythm, according to Mele, and knocked down another 4 during the extra 4-minute session.

Collectively, Hickory (8-0, 9-3) hit 17 of 22 free throws, while Sharpsville shot 9 for 15 from the line.

After winning the 2019 District 10 title and advancing to the PIAA Class 4A Final Four, Hickory has parlayed that postseason experience.

“These are good lessons for us, big games for us. We need ‘em, and you hope that they’re gonna make you a better team,” Mele mused following a 5th consecutive conquest (7 of the last 8) for his Hornets.

In a game that included a half-dozen deadlocks and 10 lead changes, the Blue Devils did not blink.

Brayden Fry’s free throw at the 2:20 mark of OT secured Sharpsville a 56-55 lead; however, his made 2nd shot was disallowed, owing to a lane violation. Subsequently, Hickory’s Matt Cannone converted a pair of freebies with 1:31 left for a 57-56 lead the Hornets never relinquished.

Cannone contributed 8 points, 2 rebounds and 4 assists, including the key dish.

“Matt Cannone, I can’t say enough. He’s getting better and better every, single game,” Mele praised. “He made a beautiful pass to Jackson Pryts for the ‘and-one’ (with 68 seconds remaining, for a 59-56 Hickory lead), and I think that was the turning point in that overtime. Matt kept his head up and gave it to him, and credit Jackson for scoring.

“I was proud of us. We were down one in overtime, and (the Blue Devils) had all the momentum. We got some foul trouble, as well, but we played through it,” Mele added.

Sharpsville sharpshooter Jackson Doyle misfired on his first 9 floor shots; however, Doyle delivered during the final frame. He tossed in a trio of treys – the latter with 1:47 remaining in regulation, knotting the count at 53 – and a pair of free throws.

“He was a little down on himself in the first half. But shooters shoot, and he had to keep shootin’ to see the ball go in the hoop,” Sharpsville skipper Matt Durisko said. “A couple things here or there, he makes a couple of those in the first half, we’re up. But he played a really nice second half for us. We kept fightin’ and grindin’ it out. We were close.”

Hickory held leads of 19-13 at the quarter – Sharpsville’s Ryan Ladjevich launched a 30-plus-foot buzzer-beating triple – 28-26 by the break, and a seemingly safe 48-38 lead through 3 periods. However the Hornets were outscored by Sharpsville, 17-7, during the Doyle-led Blue Devils’ rally.

Whitehead went for a team-high 19 points and 7 assists for Hickory, while Peyton Mele mustered 16 markers despite playing the 4th frame and OT with 4 personal fouls. Jaylen Jarvie joined in the double-digit scoring with a dozen (plus 5 rebounds).

Evans ended with 7 points, and Mele praised, “Connor Evans hit some huge ones (Friday) night. You know, I was on Connor pretty hard this game; I thought he was forcin’ it a little bit, I thought he was playin’ fast. But I give him a lot of credit for gettin’ back in there and doin’ the little things. He had a nice blocked shot (in OT), he got his hands on the ball – he’s long and he deflects (passes), and he hit his foul shots. It was fantastic!”

In addition to Doyle, the perhaps underrated Blue Devils’ bigs boasted big nights. James Thomas tallied a team-high 19-point, 7-rebound line, while Mack Staunch scored 8 and secured a team-leading 10 rebounds. His score off a Fry feed knotted the count at 55 with 67 seconds to play in regulation. Ladjevich tossed in a trio of treys and Flaherty finished with 8 points and 6 caroms and Fry dished out 5 Dlue Devils’ dimes.

“Sharpsville played their butts off,” Mele praised. “They played extremely well. We had some double-digit leads at times, but they would fight back every, single time. ... I credit Coach Durisko and those kids. They bang hard, they’ve got nice post players, nice guards. They have a really nice team.”

Durisko, while disappointed with the defeat, was pleased with his Blue (4-3, 6-5).

“Wow! What an atmosphere. Not only because (Hickory) is my alma mater, but it’s one of the best teams – not just in our region, but in the state. It’s something special that they have.

“But when we play hard and we’re focused, I feel as though we can play with anybody,” Durisko continued. “A couple things here or there and it’s a totally different game – couple free throws, and we’ve gotta value the ball (15 turnovers, including a trio in overtime; compared with only 8 for the entire game for Hickory). We take care of the ball and we’re right there. Overtime ... nothin’ better.

“But it’s something I try and tell the kids every day, and that’s belief,” Durisko continued. “It doesn’t matter who you’re playin’ or where it’s at. We’ve been on a tough stretch – we’ve still only had one home game so far. But to come into a place like this and play a team like that, that has guys that can put the ball in the hoop, can defend ... it really means a lot. I’m so proud of my guys. They played hard, and they showed a lot of character (Friday) night.

“I think we’re growing as a team. We’ve got only two seniors, so hopefully the future is bright for us – not only this year, but in the following years,” Durisko continued. “To see games where Sharpsville starts to care about basketball means a lot. I know in the past we may not have had a lot of people here, but (Hickory) has a program that we’re tryin’ to emulate what they’ve done the last few years with the success that they’ve had. 

“We’re tryin’ to get there, and I think people are startin’ to take notice ... hopefully. Fans in the seats, it’s an awesome atmosphere. It’s great!” Durisko concluded.

Note: Neither team has time to reflect on Friday’s game. Sharpsville meets Wilmington and Hickory has a date with McDowell – which defeated Cathedral Prep, 50-39 Friday night – in today’s Ron Galbreath Classic at Westminster College. Those games tip off at 3:30 and 6:30 p.m., respectively, at Buzz Ridl Gymnasium, and are part of a half-dozen games beginning at 12:30 p.m.when  West Middlesex girls and boys meet Neshannock. Organizer Allen Deep said an all-day ticket costs $7.

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In other action:

BOYS BASKETBALL

• Sharon 55, Grove City 49 – At Grove City, the visiting Tigers pulled out a hard-fought victory in the Region 5 clash.

The victory moved Sharon to 5-2 in the region and 7-5 overall, while the Eagles fell to 4-3, 7-6.

Camren Atallah had the hot hand for the Tigers, drilling home 7 treys en route to a 28-point night. Merquan Peterson chipped in with 15 points. 

For Grove City, playing without starter Luke Hostetler (out with injury), was led by Kade Persinger with 15 markers. 

• Greenville 37, Slippery Rock 27 – At Greenville in a low-scoring Region 5 contest, the Trojans of Coach Scott Taylor prevailed.

Greenville (2-5, 4-9) was paced by Benny Cano who drilled 4 treys and finished with 14 points. 

For Slippery Rock (0-7, 1-11), top scorer was Judah Roth with 13 markers.

• Franklin 86, George Junior Republic 46 – At Grove City, the Knights (6-1, 11-1) rolled past the Tigers (1-6, 1-9) in the Region 5 encounter.

Ian Haynes and Hayden Adams both fired in 20 points for Franklin while Easton Fulmer and Dalton Buckley bucketed a dozen each.

Tre Smith led the way for GJR with 14 points and Rylee Dyson scored 12. 

• Farrell 63, Wilmington 32 – At E.J. McCluskey Gymnasium, Farrell’s Eric Hopson reached 1,000 career points in the Steelers’ Region 2 win against the Hounds (2-2, 4-7).

Hopson entered the game with 974 career points and scored 26 to reach 1,000. Christian Hartley had 10 points for the Steelers (4-0, 5-5) and Brian Hilton Jr. and Ben King added 8 points each.

Caelan Bender paced Wilmington with 10 points and Shane Cox and Ethan Susan chipped in 6 points each.

• West Middlesex 61, Mercer 29 – At West Middlesex, the Big Reds (2-2, 4-7) buried 10 treys in posting the Region 2 win over the Mustangs (0-5, 3-8).

Freshman Richie Preston drained 5 treys en route to 21 points to lead WM, Gabe Mild scored 10 and Chris Smith and Luke Atterholt chipped in 6 points each.

Logan Turton led the way for Mercer with 13 points and Kellen Borowicz added 5 points.

The Big Reds are back in action at 2 p.m. today against Neshannock at the Ron Galbreath Classic at Westminster College.

• Lakeview 33, Rocky Grove 28 – At Stoneboro, it wasn’t pretty for Lakeview Coach Garrett Blaschak’s squad, but the Sailors (4-0, 7-5) got the job done in beating RG in a Region 2 clash on Friday.

Lakeview trailed 15-8 at halftime, but outscored the Orioles 10-7 in the 3rd frame 15-6 in the 4th to pick up the win.

Brett Beith and Cole Thiec led the Sailors with 9 points each while Isaac Lightcap and Hunter Miller contributed 6 points each.

Eli Dickson scored a game-high 12 points for Rocky Grove (2-3, 7-6) and Isaac Clayton bucketed 8.

“We had a couple kids step up big for us,” said Blaschak. “Weaver hit a big three for us in the second half. Jared Obreza gave us big minutes in the first half and Isaac Lightcap came off the bench and played well.”

Lakeview visits Jamestown at 7:30 p.m. tonight in a non-region game.

• Kennedy Catholic 53, Erie 42 – At Hermitage, Coach Rick Mancino’s Golden Eagles (1-0, 7-2) rebounded from Wednesday’s loss to Obama Academy by winning their Region 7 opener.

Erie led 15-13 after 8 minutes of play and 25-24 at halftime, but KC outscored the Royals 17-8 in the 3rd quarter and 12-9 in the final frame.

Ike Herster rifled in 28 points (4 treys) to lead KC while Jaleel Christian and Gio Magestro added 7 points each.

According to reports, 6-10 Kennedy Catholic sophomore Michael Moore is no longer with the team and has officially enrolled at SPIRE in Geneva, Ohio.

Jhamien Smith (16 points) and Marquell Darnell (14) scored in double digits for Erie (0-3, 6-6).

Kennedy is back in action at 8 p.m. tonight at Montour High’s “Winter JamFest To End Domestic Violence.” KC plays University High (W.Va.).

The other boys games in the event are Quaker Valley vs. South Park at noon; Seton LaSalle vs. Bishop Canevin at 2 p.m.; Moon Area vs. Franklin Regional at 4 p.m. and Aspire Academy (Ky.) vs. Chapmanville Regional (W.Va.).

• Conneaut Area 78, Reynolds 54 – At Linesville, the Region 2 Raiders fell to 5-7 with the loss to Region 5 CASH (5-7).

Tanner Niemann and Cole Askey both fired in 20 points to lead Conneaut Area, Noah Richardson scored 12 and Mason Kroniser added 10 markers. 

Aidan Mull led Reynolds with 15 points, Zander Winkle and Nick Loposky scored 9 each and Ashton Small chipped in 8 points.

• Champion 56, Brookfield 53 – At Brookfield, the host Warriors dropped a tough decision in the All-American Conference Blue Tier game.

Brookfield (1-4, 5-7) trailed at half 21-15, but rallied to tie the game after 3 quarters at 36. But Champion pulled away down the stretch. 

The winners were led by Nick Stahlman with 21 points, Austin Willforth 13 and Abe Bayus 12.

For Brookfield, Haden Gibson set the pace with 21 points while Conner Stevens had 9. Gibson also had 8 rebounds and 7 assists.

WRESTLING

Mid-Winter Mayhem

INDIANA, Pa. – Commodore Perry advanced two wrestlers into today’s semifinal round - Ashten Armagost (120) and Gage Musser (160).

Five other Panthers moved on in the consolation rounds.

Burgettstown

Tourney

Grove City and West Middlesex are competing in the 32-team tourney, with 4 local matmen still alive in the semifinals this morning with some others competing in the consolations.

Daiveon Say (160) is the lone Grove City survivor in the championship rounds. For West Middlesex, semifinalists are Justin O’Neil (120), Anthony Gioan (195) and Zeb Rubaker.

Non-Tourney

• Saegertown 52, Greenville 24 – At Saegertown, the Panthers rolled to victory.

Scoring pins for Saegertown wer Brandon Gaus (120), Jaden Reagle (132), Kenny Kiser (138), Landon Caldwell (160), Robert Brown (182).

Notching falls for the Trojans were: Nevada Koehler (106), Blayke Knauf (113), Hayden Robertson (152), Cole Karpinski (170). 

• Cochranton 45, Lakeview 30 – At Cochranton, the hosts won the match laden with forfeits.

Scoring falls for the Redbirds were Jack Martinec (120) and Justin Boozer (145), while Stetson Boozer (152) had a tech fall.

Recording pins for the Sailors were Ryan O’Polka (138), John Martin (170) and Isaac DeVault (220).

GIRLS BOWLING

• Brookfield 1736, Bloomfield 1581 – At 10 Pin Alley Thursday, Emilee Bebech rolled a 181-152–333 series to lead the Lady Warriors to the win.

Also for Brookfield, Alison Breighner bowled a 118-171–289 series and Nikole Husnick had a 139-119–258. Breighner’s 171 game was a career high.

Barb Coblentz led the way for Bloomfield with a 153-146–299 series.

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

SHARPSVILLE 13  13  12  17  6  61

HICKORY       19  9   20   7  13  68

SHARPSVILLE – Doyle 3-2-2-11, Flaherty 3-2-4-8, Thomas 9-1-2-19, Fry 1-4-6-8, Ladjevich 3-0-0-9, Staunch 4-0-1-8, Henwood 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Doyle 3, Ladjevich 3. Totals: 23-9-15-61.

HICKORY – Whitehead 6-5-6-19, Mele 6-0-0-16, Phillips 1-0-0-2, Cannone 1-5-6-8, Jarvie 5-2-2-12, Evans 1-5-6-7, Pryts 2-0-2-4, Hudson 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Mele 4, Whitehead 2, Cannone 1. Totals: 22-17-22-68.

JV: Hickory, 55-32. Christopher Frontel, Nathan Boal 15 points apiece, Jackson Pryts 11 for Hickory; Zack Ramsey 16 for Sharpsville.

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SHARON          17  9   11  18  55

GROVE CITY      8  14  10  17  49

SHARON – Calloway 1-0-0-2, Atallah 9-3-4-28. Peterson 7-1-1-15, Lampkins-Rudolph 1-0-0-2, Hill 1-0-0-2, Gardlock 0-0-0-0, Smith-Austin 1-0-0-2, Coxson 2-0-1-4. 3-pt. goals: Atallah 7. Totals: 22-4-6-55.

GROVE CITY – Brooks 2-4-4-8, Stull 2-0-0-6, Pokrant 0-4-4-4, Timko 3-1-2-8, Persinger 7-0-0-15, Knouse 1-1-2-3, Loughry 1-3-4-5. 3-pt. goals: Stull 2, Timko 1, Persinger 1. Totals: 16-13-16-49.

JV: Sharon, 38-27. Brett Salsgiver 17 for Sharon.

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SLIPP. ROCK      6  11  5   5   27

GREENVILLE       9  5  12  11  37

SLIPPERY ROCK – Roth 5-1-2-13, Caldwell 2-0-0-5, Willison 0-1-4-1, Plesakov 0-0-0-0, Allen 1-0-0-2, Thompson 1-0-0-3, McCoy 1-0-0-3. 3-pt. goals: Roth 2, Caldwell 1, Thompson 1, McCoy 1. Totals: 10-2-6-27.

GREENVILLE – Reeves 0-0-0-0, L. Lentz 2-0-0-4, Ritzert 2-1-1-5, J. Lentz 0-3-5-3, Cano 4-2-2-14, Williams 0-0-0-0, Slosars 1-0-1-2, Sorg 1-0-0-2, Cianci 0-0-0-0, Bielatta 3-0-0-6, Stubert 0-1-2-1. 3-pt. goals: Cano 4. Totals: 13-7-11-37.

JV: No score reported

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FRANKLIN       27  20  21  18  86

GEO. JUNIOR   14  13  12    7  46

FRANKLIN – C. Adams 2-2-4-7, Buckley 4-3-7-12, Smith 2-1-2-7, Fulmer 4-2-3-12, Guth 1-1-1-3, Stewart 1-0-0-3, Haynes 8-3-4-20, H. Adams 9-1-2-20, Leccia 0-2-2-2. 3-pt. goals: Smith 2, Fulmer 2, C. Adams 1, Buckley 1, Stewart 1, Haynes 1, H. Adams 1. Totals: 31-15-23-86.

GEORGE JUNIOR REPUBLIC – Smith 4-6-6-14, Padilla 1-0-0-2, Paris 1-0-0-2, Henderson 2-0-0-4, Stanford 1-0-0-2, Baker 0-0-0-0, Thomas 1-1-2-3, Dyson 4-2-5-12, Farrell 2-1-2-5, Grosklos 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Dyson 2. Totals: 17-10-15-46.

JV: No score reported.

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WILMINGTON    7   7    6   12  32

FARRELL        12  22  16  13  63

WILMINGTON – Bender 4-0-0-10, Sullivan 2-1-1-5, Lisowski 1-0-0-2, Cox 2-2-4-6, McConahy 0-0-0-0, Shimrack 0-0-0-0, Reed 0-0-0-0, Susen 3-0-2-6, Ja. Hess 0-3-4-3, Jo. Hess 0-0-0-0, Phanco 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Bender 2. Totals: 12-6-11-32.

FARRELL – Hopson 10-5-7-26, Hilton 4-0-3-8, King 3-1-2-8, Daniels 2-1-2-5, Mohamed 1-0-0-2, Driver 0-2-2-2, Hartley 4-0-0-10, Rain 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Hartley 2, Hopson 1, King 1. Totals: 25-9-16-63.

JV: Farrell, 38-24. Mason Reed 14 for Wilmington.

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MERCER          6   11   4   8   29

W.MIDDLESEX   24  16  10  11  61

MERCER – Nickel 0-2-2-2, Turton 6-0-0-13, Mattocks 1-0-0-2, Ellison 1-0-0-2, Pugh 0-0-0-0, Doolin 0-1-2-1, Trum. Miller 1-0-0-3, Ealy 0-1-3-1, Grossman 0-0-0-0, Borowicz 1-3-3-5, Olduchy 0-0-0-0, Lengyel 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Turton 1, Trum. Miller 1. Totals: 10-7-10-29.

WEST MIDDLESEX – Owens 2-1-2-5, H. Smith 0-1-2-1, Rococi 1-0-0-2, B. Smith 1-0-0-2, Hummel 0-0-0-0, Shick 0-0-0-0, Rea 0-0-0-0, Greenburg 1-0-0-3, Preston 7-2-4-21, G. Mild 3-2-2-10, L. Mild 0-0-0-0, Troyer 2-0-0-5, C. Smith 2-1-4-6, Tate 0-0-0-0, Atterholt 2-2-3-6. 3-pt. goals: Preston 5, G. Mild 2, Greenburg 1, Troyer 1, C. Smith 1. Totals: 21-9-17-61.

JV: West Middlesex, 52-29. Tanner Shick 18, Alex Rea 14 for WM. 

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ROCKY GROVE    5  10  7   6   28

LAKEVIEW         8   0  10  15  33

ROCKY GROVE – Francic 1-2-2-5, Z. Clayton 1-0-2-3, Dickson 4-3-4-12, I. Clayton 3-1-2-8. 3-pt. goals: Francic 1, Z. Clayton 1, Dickson 1, I. Clayton 1. Totals: 9-6-10-28.

LAKEVIEW – Beith 2-4-6-9, Thiec 3-3-9-9, Weaver 1-0-0-3, Lightcap 2-0-0-6, Miller 1-4-5-6, Obreza 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Lightcap 2, Beith 1, Weaver 1. Totals: 9-11-20-33.

JV: Lakeview, 34-31. Gavin Murdock 10 for Lakeview, Noah Miller hit buzzer-beating 3-pointer to win it. Burkhardt 11 for RG.

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ERIE             15  10   8    9   42

KENNEDY       13  11  17  12  53

ERIE – Dean 3-0-0-6, Woodward 1-0-1-2, Banks 1-0-1-2, Smith 7-0-0-16, Petty 0-0-0-0, Mooney 0-0-0-0, Darnell 7-0-2-14, Thomas 0-0-0-0, Scheppner 0-0-0-0, Nickson 1-0-0-2, Camp 0-0-2-0. 3-pt. goals: Smith 2. Totals: 20-0-6-42.

KENNEDY CATHOLIC – Christian 3-1-5-7, Herster 9-6-7-28, Young 1-0-0-3, Magestro 2-3-6-7, Harden 0-0-0-0, Taylor 1-0-0-2, Thomas 3-0-0-6, Churlik 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Herster 4, Young 1. Totals: 19-10-18-53.

JV: No score reported.

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REYNOLDS     14  11  16  13  54

CONN. AREA   18  22  17  21  78

REYNOLDS – Miller 2-2-6-6, Z. Winkle 3-2-4-9, Small 3-1-2-8, Loposky 4-0-0-9, Mull 6-3-6-15, Williams 3-0-0-6, P. Winkle 0-0-0-0, Geiwitz 0-1-2-1, Brest 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Z. Winkle 1, Small 1, Loposky 1. Totals: 21-9-20-54.

CONNEAUT AREA – Boyce 2-0-0-4, N. Richardson 6-0-0-12, Kroniser 4-2-2-10, Niemann 9-2-2-20, Hochstetler 0-0-0-0, Askey 8-3-3-20, Walker 2-2-2-6, Bortnick 1-0-2-2, DeMarco 2-0-0-4, Mihoci 0-0-0-0, Canale 0-0-0-0, R. Richardson 0-0-0-0, Michaud 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goal: Askey 1. Totals: 34-9-11-78.

JV: No score reported.

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CHAMPION       14  7  15  20  56

BROOKFIELD      8   7  21  17  53

CHAMPION – McDermont 1-2-2-4, Zigarovich 10-1-3, Melton 0-0-0-0, Willforth 5-3-5-13, Stahlman 8-4-6-21, Smith 0-0-1-0, Lindsay 1-0-0-3, Bayus 4-4-7-12. 3-pt. goals: Zigarovich 1, Stahlman 1, Lindsay 1. Totals: 20-13-22-56. 

BROOKFIELD – Filipovich 1-0-0-4, Laverty 1-0-0-2, Da. Pawlowski 1-0-0-2, Gibson 8-5-7-21, Jones 2-1-2-5, Emery 2-2-2-6, Eash 0-0-0-0, Do. Pawlowski 2-0-0-4, Shigledecker 0-0-0-0, Stevens 4-0-0-9. 3-pt. goals: Stevens 1. Totals: 22-8-11-53. 

JV: No score reported.

 

WRESTLING

SAEGERTOWN 52, GREENVILLE 24

113 - Blayke Knauf (G) pinned David Deets, 2:51; 120 - Brandon Gaus (S) pinned Ty Csonka, 3:29; 126 - Alexander Kightlinger (S) dec. Riley Kneeland, 5-2; 132 - Jaden Reagle (S) pinned Deavon Rainey, 3:37; 138 - Kenneth Kiser (S) pinned Luke Gentile, 3:51; 145 - Matthew Posego (S) maj. dec. Caleb Springer, 12-1; 152 - Hayden Robertson (G) pinned Matthew Nale, 1:16; 160 - Landon Caldwell (S) pinned Isaac Sasala, 2:24; 170 - Cole Karpinski (G) pinned Keenen Schaaf, 1:46; 182 - Robert Brown (S) pinned Rufus Byler, 3:00; 195 - Joshua Perrine (S) dec. Nick Eynon, 8-7; 220 - No name (S) pinned Griffen Richardson, 4:44; 285 - Canyon Smith (S) forfeit; 106 - Nevada Koehler (G) pinned Owen Hershelman, 3:12.

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COCHRANTON 45, LAKEVIEW 30

285 - Sebastian Hensch (L) forfeit; 106 - double forfeit; 113 - Qwintin Erdley (C) forfeit; 120 - Jack Martinec (C) pinned Robert Reiser, 145; 126 - Brandon Guthrie (L) forfeit; 132 - Stephen Martinec (C) maj dec. Nate Martin (L), 11-0; 138 - Ryan O’Polka (L) pinned Willis Morrell, 3:37; 145 - Justin Boozer (C) pinned Robert Beach, :31; 152 - Stetson Boozer (C) tech fall Trevn Schaffer, 18-1; 160 - Louden Gledhill (C) forfeit; 170 - John Martin (L) pinned Kyle McDivitt, 1:06; 182 - Kaden Tatters (C) forfeit; 195 - John Benninger (C) forfeit; 220 - Isaac DeVault (L) pinned Antonio Nieves, 3:02.

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