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High school scores, summaries and schedules for Feb. 4, 2023
February 4, 2023
High schools

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Canon-MacMillan celebrates beating Waynesburg Central in the WPIAL Class 3A Team Wrestling Championships Saturday, Feb. 4, 2023, at Peters Township High School.
Canon-McMillan edges Waynesburg on criteria to capture 10th WPIAL wrestling title
Waynesburg’s run as king of WPIAL wrestling ended Saturday at Peters Township.

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Hampton junior Aiden Petry (right) battles Woodland Hills senior Dre’Shawn Sanders during a 189-pound match at the Allegheny County Wrestling Tournament Jan. 20 at Fox Chapel.
Hampton wrestlers set sights on next hurdle
Hampton missed the WPIAL wrestling playoffs in its first season as a Class 2A program, but there’s still a lot to shoot for.

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Quaker Valley’s Jack Kazalas has his hand raised in victory after defeating Chartiers Valley’s Brady Joling in the 121-pound finals of the Allegheny County wrestling championships Jan. 21.
What to watch for in WPIAL sports on Feb. 4, 2023: Rematches headline team wrestling semifinals
They made history last year when they met in the WPIAL team wrestling 2A finals. Now they will collide again, a round earlier in the district semifinals.

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Hempfield’s Eli Carr (top) maintains control of Franklin Regional’s Nathan Stone during the 139-pound final of the Westmoreland County Coaches Association tournament Jan. 7.
Cinderella Hempfield heads into WPIAL team wrestling semifinals with confidence
February 3, 2023
When the Canon-McMillan public address announcer was announcing WPIAL Class 3A team championship scores from other sites Wednesday, fans took notice of two finals.

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Quaker Valley’s Jack Kazalas (left) scores on a double-leg takedown against Chartiers Valley’s Brady Joling during the 121-pound finals of the Allegheny County wrestling championships Saturday, Jan. 21, 2023, at Fox Chapel High
Breaking down the 2022-23 WPIAL wrestling semifinals
WPIAL team wrestling championship

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Hempfield’s Eli Carr has his hand raised after winning the 139-pound final at the Westmoreland County Coaches Association tournament Jan. 7.
High school roundup for Feb. 1, 2023: Hempfield pulls pair of upsets in WPIAL team wrestling
February 1, 2023
Hempfield busted the WPIAL Class 3A team wrestling tournament bracket Wednesday night, knocking off sixth-seeded Trinity and third-seeded Butler en route to a berth in Saturday’s semifinals.

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The Latrobe wrestling team surrounds heavyweight Wyatt Held to encourage him after he suffered an elbow injury Wednesday against Norwin.
Injury derails Latrobe against Norwin in WPIAL team tourney
The highly anticipated quarterfinal match between No. 2 Canon-McMillan and No. 7 Latrobe didn’t happen Wednesday night in the WPIAL Class 3A team tournament.

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Frazier drops Highlands in WPIAL team tournament
There’s a new kid on the mat.

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Latrobe’s Wyatt Schmucker (left) is healthy again after missing matches earlier in the season. He and the Wildcats are chasing a WPIAL Class 3A team title.
Finally healthy, Latrobe ready for WPIAL wrestling tournament
January 31, 2023
When the 2022-23 high school wrestling season began, Latrobe was picked to be in the final four.

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Highlands’ Jabari Lewis works to defeat Knoch’s Cameron Elliot at 139 pounds on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023, at Knoch High School.
WPIAL team wrestling rankings for Jan. 31, 2023
Here are this week’s WPIAL and City League team wrestling rankings. Teams are listed with overall record and last week’s ranking.

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Penn-Trafford junior Hayden Coy scores back points on Norwin’s Jack White in the 127-pound match Jan. 25.
Penn-Trafford junior from wrestling family carving his own niche
January 29, 2023
Penn-Trafford junior Hayden Coy comes from a successful wrestling family.

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making a statement
                                Pine-Richland’s Joey Schneck celebrates victory over Keystone Oaks’ Christian Flaherty in the heavyweight finals of the Allegheny County wrestling championships Jan. 21 at Fox Chapel High School. Pine-Richland wrestling left the Allegheny County wrestling championships with some gold, silver and more proof of a program on the rise. The Rams had three county champions, a pair of runners-up and placed second overall in the team standings at the annual tournament at Fox Chapel.
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                                Andrew Palla | For the Tribune-Review
Pine-Richland makes statement at Allegheny County wrestling tournament
Pine-Richland wrestling left the Allegheny County wrestling championships with some gold, silver and more proof of a program on the rise.

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Gateway senior Arontay Heningcamp, at left, works with sophomore Luke Pawlowski during a practice Nov. 30 2022, at Gateway High School.
After medal-worthy performance at Allegheny County tournament, Gateway’s Heningcamp focused on postseason
Last year, Arontay Heningcamp fell short in his bid to claim a medal at the Allegheny County tournament.

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Quaker Valley’s Jack Kazalas (left) scores on a double-leg takedown against Chartiers Valley’s Brady Joling during the 121-pound finals of the Allegheny County wrestling championships Saturday, Jan. 21, 2023, at Fox Chapel High
Behind 2 Allegheny County champions, Quaker Valley wrestlers continue strong season
Two highly skilled Quaker Valley athletes shared the winner’s spotlight at the Allegheny County wrestling championships Jan. 20-21 at Fox Chapel.

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Franklin Regional’s Gavyn Beck Celebrates victory in the 160-pound final Saturday, Jan. 7, 2023, at the Westmoreland County Coaches Association wrestling tournament at Greensburg Salem High School.
With county title secured, Franklin Regional senior looks to take next step
January 28, 2023
Franklin Regional senior Gavyn Beck knows what he has to do if he wants to achieve his goal this season: work harder.

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Montour’s Peter Chacon (back) reverses position on Thomas Jefferson’s Maddox Shaw (front) during the 139-pound finals of the Allegheny County wrestling championships Jan. 21. Fox Chapel hosted 38 teams for the annual tournament.
Fox Chapel 189-pounder coming into his own after strong showing at county meet
Trevor Katz received an unorthodox scouting report on his 189-pound quarterfinal opponent in the Allegheny County Wrestling Championships long before the match Jan. 20 at Fox Chapel. Highlands’ Tyler Bender had received high marks for his character from Katz’s mom.

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Riverview sophomore Anthony Tigano is a member of the 2022-23 wrestling team.
Riverview’s Anthony Tigano displays improvement with medal at Allegheny County tournament
With a medal on the line at the Allegheny County tournament Jan. 21 at Fox Chapel, Riverview sophomore Anthony Tigano got the job done.

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Plum’s Owen Campbell ties up North Allegheny’s Gus Stedeford during the 107-pound finals of the Allegheny County wrestling championships Saturday, Jan. 21, 2023, at Fox Chapel High School.
WPIAL clinched: 36 teams qualify for team wrestling tournament
January 26, 2023
The WPIAL team wrestling regular season is complete with teams having finished their section schedule on Wednesday.

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Quaker Valley’s Jack Kazalas (left) scores on a double-leg takedown against Chartiers Valley’s Brady Joling during the 121-pound finals of the Allegheny County wrestling championships Saturday at Fox Chapel High
What to watch for in WPIAL sports on Jan. 25, 2023: Wrestling teams to vie for section titles
January 24, 2023
The final night of section wrestling is upon us with plenty of matches to determine section championships or at least a share of the section crown heading into the team district playoffs.

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