Though called the Unity Cup, the battle for top dog in the Council Rock wrestling world is always a competitive affair. It not only entails neighborhood bragging rights but often determines the leader of the highly competitive Suburban One League National Division. This year, Council Rock South prevailed for the sixth straight year with a 39-19 victory.
Fresh off their performances in the prestigious Escape the Rock (ETR) Wrestling Tournament, Council Rock North and CR South squared off Thursday night, Jan. 18 on the Indians’ home mat.
Fresh off their performances in the prestigious Escape the Rock (ETR) Wrestling Tournament, Council Rock North and CR South square off tonight on the Indians' home mat. On the line is the Mike Sipler Memorial Unity Cup. The Hawks won the rivalry between the sister schools last year, 47-30.
Despite weather-related cancellations of high school athletic events all over the region Thursday and Friday, the Rock Yard Wrestling Duels are still on for Saturday morning at Council Rock North.
Lower Bucks wrestling teams got their season off to a good start last weekend with Council Rock South taking second in the Cumberland Valley Kickoff, CR North grabbing a runner-up trophy in the Brian Bealer Memorial Duals and Neshaminy taking second in the at the Mountaineer Tournament.