There was no rest Sunday for 24 wrestlers still alive in the PIAA Class 3A Southeast Regional tournament at Oxford.
If anyone can appreciate the travails of West Chester East’s drought of state qualifiers, it’s the Celenza family.
Spring-Ford’s Meredith, D’Arcangelo cap medal runs, OJR’s Quinn seals states at South East AAA RegionalMarch 4, 2018, 5:55 p.m.
The business has all been transacted.
Next stop: Chocolatetown U.S.A.
On his ceiling, Patrick O’Neill has a reminder of what was.
“It says ‘March 4, you choked, you took sixth. You didn’t go to Hershey,” he said.
But the North Penn junior also gave himself a message of what could be.
No guts, no glory.
Or, in the case of Sun Valley sophomore Hunter Catka, no blood, no PIAA Southeast Class 3A regional championship at Oxford High School Saturday night.
It’s been a unique postseason tournament run for Ryan Vulakh.
After taking third at districts a week ago, Downingtown West’s Max Hale knew if he was going to climb to the top of the regional podium, he would have to earn it.
Inclement weather scrambles schedule; district swimming, regional wrestling moved to Saturday-SundayMarch 2, 2018, 10:42 p.m.
When District 1 announced late Thursday night that all of Friday’s postseason action would be postponed, many looked out the window at the bone-dry conditions and wondered what all the fuss was about.
Family is very meaningful for Cole Meredith.
Both the one with whom he shares DNA, and the one with whom he shares success on the wrestling mats.