The Class AAA Northwest Regional Wrestling Tournament opens today with 27 area competitors looking to navigate their way through their respective weight classes in hopes of keeping alive their dreams of winning a state medal.
The Class AA Northwest Regional Wrestling gets underway Friday, and 32 competitors from the Tri-County Area will hit the mats at Sharon High School with hopes of reaching the PIAA Championships in Hershey.
It’s that time of the year again for high school wrestling — the individual postseason when wrestlers dreams of making a run at state medal either come true or are shattered.
The seeding meeting for the District 9 Class AA Wrestling Championships was held Sunday on the campus of Clarion University, and it should come as no surprise that the top three schools in the team tournament — Brookville, Brockway and Ridgway — combined for nine of the 14 top seeds.
The DuBois wrestling team went into Tuesday’s matchup against State College still missing a couple key starters, but the shorthanded Beavers used a trio of big wins from its upperweights to help knock off the Little Lions, 41-32.
Serving as a tuneup for this week’s PIAA Class AA Dual Meet Championships, the Brookville Raiders wrestling team routed District 10’s Cambridge Springs on Senior Night Tuesday, taking 12 of 14 bouts in a 59-9 win.
Winning the final six bouts of the match, the Redbank Valley Bulldogs wrestling team rallied for a 40-27 win at Warren Tuesday night.