ALLPORT — The Brockway wrestling team came away with a top 10 finish in the Ultimate Warrior Tournament at West Branch High School over the weekend, finishing in ninth place with 101 points.
Anthony Glasl led the way for the Rovers, coming in third place in the 120-pound bracket.
The sophomore, who was seeded second, started the tournament with a 55-second pin over Lake Lehman’s Zach Styart before being upset by Clearfield’s Matt Ryan, 9-7, in the quarterfinals.
Glasl worked his way through four rounds for third place, getting a technical fall, a decision, a bye, and then avenged his previous loss to Ryan in the third place match with a 4-2 win.
The Rovers also had a trio of wrestlers take fourth place in Dominic Inzana (106), Eric Johnson (170), and Garrett McClintick (182).
Inzana, a three seed, had a pin in the quarterfinals before falling 6-2 in the semis. In the consolation bracket, he beat Tyrone’s Hunter Walk, 6-3, before being pinned by Bald Eagle Area’s Cooper Gilham in the third place match.
Johnson picked up a pair of falls in the first round and the quarterfinals before being edged, 4-3, in the semifinals.
He then earned a fall of Johnsonburg’s Isaac Zimmerman in the consolation finals before being pinned by Philipsburg-Osceola’s Kyle Taylor in the third place match.
Like his teammates, McClintick also cruised to the semifinals with a fall in the first round and a 6-4 decision in the quarters.
After being pinned in the semis, the third-seeded junior beat Marion Center’s Carmen Gett, 4-0, but was pinned by Juniata’s Garrett Gabel in the third place bout.
Brockway also got a seventh place finish from Tino Inzana at 138 pounds.
Inzana, a junior seeded seventh, picked up a 3-2 win in the first round before falling by pin in the quarters.
Inzana then earned a 2-1 decision before losing by fall again to drop him into the seventh place match.
In his final match, Inzana beat Wilson’s Zavery Lesher, 2-1, to go 3-2 in the tournament.
Clearfield and Johnsonburg also wrestled in the Ultimate Warrior Tournament, with the Bison finishing 12th and the Rams coming in 19th place.
The Bison had one champion in Luke McGonigal (195), and also had Ryan (fourth, 120), Hunter Wright (fifth, 160), and Caleb Freeland (eighth, 152) place.
The Rams had five placewinners in Jake Zimmerman (fifth, 152), Isaac Zimmerman (fifth, 170), Devin Norlin (sixth, 132), Cole Casilio (seventh, 145) and Dalton Stahli (eighth, 126).
Bald Eagle won the team title with 167.5 points, followed by Mifflin County in second and St. Joseph’s Academy in third.