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Beth-Center’s Dominic Fundy won his 100th career match during the Thomas Chevrolet Tournament at Bedford High School on Jan. 27.
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Jefferson-Morgan's Gavin Teasdale and Beth-Center's Dominic Fundy won titles on Saturday in the Thomas Chevrolet Tournament at Bedford High School.
With only a small lead coming into Saturday's wrestling, the Chestnut Ridge wrestling squad knew that it need a strong showing on Saturday to secure its fourth straight Thomas Chevrolet Wrestling Tournament Championship.
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While the teams from the Bedford Gazette coverage area not named Chestnut Ridge were not in the hunt for the team title, 14 wrestlers from those schools placed at the tournament including a runner-up.Northern Bedford had five place, Everett had four, Bedford had three, and HOPE for Hyndman and Tussey Mountain each had one. Ridge had 10 place.
History was made at the 30th Annual Thomas Chevrolet Wrestling Tournament on Saturday. Jefferson-Morgan's Gavin Teasdale rolled to his fourth Thomas Tournament individual title, joining two others as the only wrestlers to get that milestone: Jefferson-Morgan's Justin Tracanna and Bedford Jonathan Gabriel.
Tristan Pugh was a decided underdog at the Thomas Chevrolet Tournament on Saturday night, and, to hear Chestnut Ridge coach Greg Lazor tell it, so were his Lions.
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Erie High wrestlers Deven Abbott and Arlan Pulliam were individual winners during Saturday's Narrah Graham Tournament.* Thomas Chevrolet Tournament: At Bedford, Greenville sent three wrestlers to the top of the podium after Saturday’s championship matches for the Thomas Chevrolet Tournament.
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Jared McGill picked up a milestone win on Friday and his Chestnut Ridge team took its customary – at least of late – place atop the Thomas Chevrolet tournament, but the talk of the tournament was another District 5 team.
Jared McGill's junior season is progressing much like a scripted movie.So far this season he has an undefeated record, titles at both the Powerade and King of the Mountain Tournaments, a commitment to wrestle at West Point after graduation, and his 100th career victory on Friday in his first match at the 2018 Thomas Chevrolet Tournament.Not too bad for just a junior.
HOPE for Hyndman's Brian Dawson made his first time in the Thomas Chevrolet Tournament a memorable one.On Friday, the Hornet senior picked up his 100th win over a familiar foe, Bedford's Mat Emerick. The two grew up together and know one another like they were family.
Chestnut Ridge advanced six wrestlers to the semifinals and leads the team competition after the first day of the 28-team Thomas Tournament at Bedford Area High School on Friday.
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District 5 teams have dominated the team race for the past six years and most of the last 11 years.It was no surprise that a District 5 team is in the lead after the first day of wrestling, but it may surprise some people that the team in second is also from District 5.
It was a little harder than last year, but Chestnut Ridge returning state champion Justin McCoy was still able to enjoy his third Thomas Chevrolet Tournament title.
The Chestnut Ridge team is in search of its fourth straight Thomas Tournament team title, and the Lions are off to a strong start. The Lions have 111.5 points, just ahead of North Star (104 points), Greenville (99.5), Burrell (92), and Freedom (83).
The Thomas Chevrolet Tournament announced the top eight seeds for the tournament.
For many people, last year's match-up between state champions Max Murin of Central Cambria and Brian Courtney of Athens was one the top memories of all time at the Thomas Tournament.While this year's field does not offer a potential match-up of that magnitude, there are plenty of storylines and top-notch wrestlers to satisfy most every fan.
It’s that time of year as the Gazette staff makes its wrestling predictions for the Thomas Chevrolet Tournament, which starts Friday.The seeds are out. Tournament selections for the top five finishers in each weight class have been made by Bedford Gazette sports staff members Codi Weyant and Sam Shuss.
For the seniors on the Chestnut Ridge wrestling team, they don't know any other way.Since they were freshmen, the Lions have walked out of the Bedford High School gymnasium carrying the Thomas Tournament traveling trophy every year.
The Thomas Chevrolet tournament isn’t just one of the biggest events on the local wrestling calendar; it also serves as a postseason preview of sorts.
This upcoming weekend marks the return of one of the toughest local tournaments — the Thomas Chevrolet Tournament, where more than 20 schools will squeeze into the Bedford High School gym to battle some of the best Class AA competition in the region.
A look at the top-ranked wrestling teams in The Tribune-Democrat's coverage area:1. Chestnut Ridge2. Westmont Hilltop3. Forest Hills4. North Star5. Penn Cambria