For the first time since 2013, the Lancaster-Lebanon League came up empty in the quest to mine PIAA Class 2A South East Region wrestling gold.
Northern Lebanon's Colin Leonard and Blaise Bressler advanced to the finals of the PIAA Class 2A Southeast Regionals, Saturday morning at Wilson High school.
To paraphrase a Beatles tune, Northern Lebanon’s Kyler Anspach and Pequea Valley’s Tanner Ball got back to where they once belonged.
The PIAA Class 2A South East Regional wrestling tournament begins Friday afternoon at 5 p.m. at Wilson High School in West Lawn.
It’s difficult competing in a live match against an opponent you work out with in the wrestling room.
“Silver and gold, silver and gold ... no fame or fortune, nor riches untold ...”
The lyric of Kirk Franklin and The Family gospel song told the tale of the Lancaster-Lebanon League’s Class 2A contingent at the District Three wrestling championships, Saturday at Hershey’s Giant Center.
For guys who light up the scoreboard as a matter of form, Manheim Central’s Will Betancourt and Solanco’s AJ Wilson did not score many points in the championship finals of the District Three/South Central Region Class 3A wrestling tournament.
They didn’t need to.
Boiling Springs’ Kollin Myers knew he needed more work when he was told he was bumping up to 145 pounds in the postseason.
PAP39: PA Power Wrestling’s Jeff Upson is joined by special co-host Jeremy Elliott from inside the GIANT Center in Hershey, PA as they talk District 3 Wrestling.
Chambersburg freshman Tate Nichter isn’t your typical freshman. He doesn’t get rattled by the wrestler in front of him.