INDIANA — The Tri-County Area had just four wrestlers hit the mats Saturday at IUP in the new PIAA Class AA West Super Regional, but it proved to be a very productive day for the quartet.
ALTOONA — It wasn’t easy, but DuBois senior Chandler Ho battled his way out of the newly created PIAA Class AAA West Super Regional Wrestling Tournament this past weekend and will end his Beavers career on the podium in Hershey on Saturday.
ALTOONA — A pair of area wrestlers — DuBois senior Chandler Ho and Clearfield junior Oliver Billotte — continue their postseason journey back to the podium in Hershey on Saturday when they compete in the newly created PIAA Class AAA West Super Regional Tournament at Altoona Area High School.
INDIANA — The new-look wrestling postseason continues Saturday, with four area wrestlers set to compete in the PIAA Class AA Super Regional at Kovalchick Center on the campus of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP).
ALTOONA — The DuBois and St. Marys wrestling teams enjoyed a solid day Saturday at the Class AAA Northwest Regional Tournament at Altoona, as the schools’ six combined entrants all won at least one match with four of them landing on the podium.
SHARON — Traditionally a celebratory mood for wrestlers taking home medals, this year’s take leaving Sharon High School Saturday night was a bit different.
ALTOONA — The Clearfield wrestling team experienced a roller coaster-type day Saturday at the Class AAA Northwest Regional Tournament at the Altoona Area High School Fieldhouse.
HYDE — While not dominating the field as they had in the previous eight title runs since 2011, the Brookville Raiders wrestled their way to a ninth team title in the past 11 years at Saturday’s District 9 Class AA Tournament held at Clearfield Area High School.
HYDE — The DuBois wrestling team put together a solid performance Saturday at the District 4/9 Class AAA Championships at Clearfield Area High School as four Beavers advanced to the Northwest Regional Tournament and six of the squad’s 11 entrants landed on the podium.
HYDE — The Clearfield wrestling team was forced to compete without veteran head coach Jeff Aveni in the corner Saturday at the District 4/9 Class AAA Championships, but if this unprecedented winter season has taught athletes anything, it’s to expect the unexpected.