PIAA Team Wrestling Championships – Day Two Highlights

Friday, February 10, 2012 | 1:11 PM

With one huge victory, Canon-McMillan (22-0) ended Central Dauphin’s four year stranglehold on the PIAA Class AAA title; ended the Rams’ state-record of 95 straight dual meet wins; and earned the opportunity to win its first-ever state team championship. Canon-McMillan battled the District 3 champions to the very end in a semifinal dual meet, winning 28-25 tonight at the GIANT Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. The Big Macs will face McDowell, a 31-28 winner over Mechanicsburg in the other semifinal, Saturday afternoon at 1:00pm here on the MSA Sports Network.

Canon-McMillan junior Cody Weircioch, ranked #1 in the state at 170 pounds, bumped up to 182 pounds and gave the Big Macs a 4-0 lead with an 11-3 major decision over the Rams’ Dorian Spradlin. Central Dauphin (22-1) jumped on top with a third period fall by Terrance Parsons over Ian Binotto. Alex Campbell (major decision at 220 pounds) and Cody Klempay (decision at 285 pounds) then helped the Big Macs recapture the lead, 11-6.

Zach Elvin pulled the Rams to within two points of the lead, 11-9, with an 8-5 win over Canon-McMillan’s Brendon Price. A major decision by the Big Macs’ Dalton Macri at 113 pounds and a fall by Conner Schram, ranked #1 in the state, at 120 pounds extended Canon-McMillan’s lead to 21-9.

Central Dauphin 126-pounder Tyson Dippery, ranked #2 in the state, edged 11th-ranked Colt Shorts, 6-5. Rams’ #2 ranked 132-pounder Shyheim Brown then struggled to a 5-1 win over the Big Macs’ Malachi Krenzelak to cut the Canon-McMillan lead to 21-15.
Solomon Chishko (major decision at 138 pounds) and Dario Dobbin (decision at 145 pounds) scored the final points for the Big Macs, making the Canon-McMillan lead 28-15 with three bouts remaining.

The Rams’ Peppelman brothers, Garrett and Colton, scored a major decision and a regular decision at 152 and 160 pounds, respectively, to cut the lead to 28-22 and set the stage for the dramatic finish.

Needing a pin to win the dual meet (the most pins tie-breaker would have been used to give CD the victory, 2-1), Central Dauphin 170-pounder Jamison Peake could only muster a 7-3 decision over the Big Macs’  Zach Thomas.

NOTES – The loss was the first for Central Dauphin since January 12, 2008. Canon-McMillan will try to join the 2004-05 Connellsville team as the only PIAA Class AAA team champion from the WPIAL. Boiling Springs and Bethlehem Catholic advanced to the Class AA team championship and will also wrestle at 1:00pm.

North Allegheny Advances to Third Day with Win over LaSalle College

North Allegheny (19-5) rang up victories in seven of the first eight bouts and cruised to a 37-21 victory over District 12 champion LaSalle College. The Tigers advance to third and final day of competition and will wrestle a third round consolation match against Delaware Valley at 9:00am Saturday morning.

Scoring falls for North Allegheny were Jarred Lux (senior, 182 pounds), Zach Smith (freshman, 195 pounds), and Kevin Clemens (senior, 285 pounds). Sophomore Jesse Rodgers won by major decision at 132 pounds. Registering victories by decision were Scotty Stossel (sophomore, 106 pounds), Domenic Forys (sophomore, 113 pounds), Blynn Shideler (sophomore, 120 pounds), Colt Byerly (sophomore, 160 pounds), and Alex DeCiantis (junior, 170 pounds).

Burrell Eliminated By Wyalusing Valley

Burrell (16-10), the WPIAL champion, fell to Wyalusing Valley, 40-19, this afternoon at the PIAA Class AA Team Wrestling Championships at the GIANT Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. With the loss, the Bucs were eliminated from the competition.

Burrell led early on the strength of wins in the first two bouts by Derrick Beattie (sophomore, decision at 170 pounds) and Dakota DesLauriers (junior, major decision at 182 pounds). But Wyalusing Valley, the District 4 champion, would win the next six matches to move out to a 31-7 lead.

Burrell was unable to get within 18 points of the lead for the remainder of the match as the two teams split the final six bouts of the dual meet. Other Bucs recording victories were Zack Wolford (junior, decision at 126 pounds), Phil Marra (junior, fall at 138 pounds), and Kevin Best (senior, decision at 152 pounds).

NOTES – Burrell has now made the state team tournament eight years straight and has an 18-12 record.

Canon-McMillan Rolls in Quarterfinals, Central Dauphin Up Next for Big Macs

The much-anticipated dream match in the Class AAA semifinals will take place at 8:00pm tonight in Hershey. As expected, both Canon-McMillan (21-0 and ranked #1 in the state) and District 3 champion Central Dauphin (22-0 and #2 in PA) took care of business in their respective quarterfinal matches this afternoon at the PIAA Class AAA Team Wrestling Championships at the GIANT Center. Canon-McMillan disposed of District 2 champion Delaware Valley, 56-13, while Central Dauphin extended its state-record dual meet win streak to 95 with an equally easy 51-18 victory over LaSalle College.

After Big Mac senior Mark Dami (160 pounds) gave his team a 3-0 lead with a 5-3 decision over Delaware Valley’s Dan Favaro, top-ranked Cody Wiercioch (170 pounds) extended the Canon-McMillan lead to 7-0 with a 13-1 major decision over #7-ranked Marc Wagner. The Warriors’ Matt Strenk then cut the Big Macs’ lead to 7-3 with an 8-2 decision over Zach Thomas at 182 pounds. But that’s as close as Delaware Valley would get to the lead.

Canon-McMillan went to work, opening up a 35-point lead with six successive wins by Ian Binotto (senior, major decision at 195 pounds), Alex Campbell (junior, fall at 220 pounds), Cody Klempay (senior, forfeit at 285 pounds), Brendon Price (sophomore, major decision at 106 pounds), Dalton Macri (sophomore, fall at 113 pounds), and Conner Schram (senior, technical fall at 120 pounds).

After head coach Chris Mary decided to forfeit the 126-pound bout to the Warriors’ C.J. Palmer, ranked #3 in the state, and Delaware Valley scored a major decision victory at 132 pounds, the Big Macs closed out the dual meet with three straight falls by Solomon Chishko (sophomore, 138 pounds), Sammy Minor (junior, 145 pounds), and Dario Dobbin (senior, 152 pounds).

NOTES – Burrell is set to face District 4 champion Wyalusing Valley in a Class AA second round consolation today at 4:00pm. North Allegheny will face LaSalle College, the District 12 champion, in a Class AAA second round consolation match at 6:00pm. The other Class AAA semifinal tonight will feature District 3 runner-up Mechanicsburg, a 36-25 winner over Owen J. Roberts. Mechanicsburg will face McDowell, the District 10 champion and a surprise 30-25 winner over favored Easton, the #3-ranked team in the state. In the Class AA semifinals, the “Killer B’s” will also face off at 8:00pm tonight. District 5 champion Bedford will wrestle District 3 champ Boiling Springs in one semi, while favored Bethlehem Catholic, the #1 team in the state out of District 11, will face District 9 champion Brookville.

NA Moves on to Second Round Consolations, Greensburg Salem Ousted

WPIAL runner-up North Allegheny (18-5) advanced to the second round of consolation matches with a 37-27 win over Big Spring this morning at the 2011-12 PIAA Class AAA Team Wrestling Championships at the GIANT Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Greensburg Salem (13-6), the WPIAL’s third place team, was not as fortunate, losing a nail-biter to District 6 champion Central Mountain, 31-29. With the loss, the Golden Lions are eliminated from their first-ever trip to team states.

Following a Big Spring (17-5) win to start the match, North Allegheny forged a 13-3 lead with victories by Colt Byerly (sophomore, major decision at 160 pounds), Alex DeCiantis (junior, decision at 170 pounds), and Jarred Lux (senior, fall at 182 pounds). After a second win by decision at 195 pounds for the Bulldogs, the third place representative from District 3, the Tigers took command of the match with three straight pins by Nate Nachazel (senior, 220 pounds), Kevin Clemens (junior, 285 pounds), and Scotty Stossel (sophomore, 106 pounds). Also recording victories by decision for North Allegheny were sophomores Dominic Forys (113 pounds) and Jesse Rodgers (132 pounds).

The Tigers, also appearing for the first time at the PIAA team championships, now await a 6:00pm match today with the loser of the Central Dauphin-LaSalle College dual meet.

Greensburg Salem also had a chance to stave off elimination, but Central Mountain 145-pounder Chad Reese turned in a hard fought 5-3 win over the Golden Lions’ Zach Sistek to eke out the victory for the Wildcats (16-1) in the final bout of the match.

Recording falls for Greensburg Salem were juniors Zach Voytek (152 pounds) and Tanner Hahn (285 pounds). Winning by major decision were senior Carl Kelley (113 pounds) and junior Tyler Reinhart (132 pounds). Sophomore Anthony Cable (182 pounds) won by decision and senior Austin Caldwell (106 pounds) was the recipient of a forfeit for the Golden Lions.

NOTES – Central Mountain will wrestle a second round consolation against the loser of the Canon-McMillan vs. Delaware Valley quarterfinal. Other teams advancing to the second round of the Class AAA consolation matches were Norristown, a 41-28 victor over Jersey Shore, and Parkland, a 40-23 winner over DuBois.

Burrell Stays Alive in Consolations, Jefferson-Morgan Eliminated

WPIAL champion Burrell (16-9) bounced back from an opening day loss to win its first round consolation match over District 2 champion Western Wayne, 32-25, this morning at the 2011-12 PIAA Class AA Team Wrestling Championships at the GIANT Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Jefferson-Morgan (15-4), meanwhile, was eliminated by District 3 runner-up Bermudian Springs, in a heartbreaking 28-27 defeat.

With the match beginning at 152 pounds, Burrell jumped out to a 21-0 lead by winning the first five bouts. Bucs’ sophomore Corey Falleroni got things started with a fall midway through the second period over Lucas Karnick. Rounding out the first five wins for Burrell were Kevin Best (senior, 160 pounds) and Dakota DesLauriers (junior, 195 pounds) with major decisions and Derrick Beattie (sophomore, 170 pounds) and J.J. Davidson (senior, 182 pounds) with victories by decision.

Western Wayne (15-8) turned the table by winning the next five matches, giving the Wildcats a 25-21 advantage. But the Bucs would win the last three bouts to give Burrell the victory. Steven Edwards (sophomore, 132 pounds) won by decision, Phil Marra (junior, 138 pounds) scored a technical fall, and Nicholas Pattock (sophomore, 145) won by decision to complete the scoring for the Bucs.

Burrell advances to a second round consolation match today at 4:00pm. The Bucs will meet the loser of the Brookville-Wyalusing Valley quarterfinal.

In a match that featured six lead changes, Bermudian Springs (26-3) fired the last shot with a first period fall by freshman Colton Dull over Jefferson-Morgan’s Joe Arezmendi at 145 pounds. The pin erased a five point deficit and gave the Eagles a thrilling 28-27 victory.

The Rockets trailed early, 10-9, after three razor-thin victories, a 5-4 overtime win by Brandon Lesko (senior, 160 pounds), a 3-2 win by Dustin Conti (junior, 170 points), and a 4-3 decision by Joe Phillips (senior, 195 pounds). Conti’s win, in particular, was a big one as he solidified his #2 ranking in the state and remained undefeated on the season (34-0) after defeating the Eagles’ Tyler Fitzkee, ranked #4 in the state.

Jefferson Morgan would go on to win five of the next eight bouts to lead 27-22 before Dull’s heroics tipped the final scale towards Bermudian Springs. Also winning bouts for the Rockets were Ryan Mayfield (senior, technical fall at 220 pounds), Brendon Howard (freshman, decision at 106 pounds) John Demaske (sophomore, decision at 113 pounds) Jason Miller (sophomore, decision at 120 pounds) and Ryan Zalar (sophomore, major decision at 138 pounds)

NOTES – Bonus points proved to be Jefferson-Morgan’s undoing. Despite winning eight of fourteen bouts, the Rockets could not pull out the win because they allowed Bermudian Springs to score ten bonus points, while accumulating only three of their own. Also remaining alive in the Class AA tournament with first round consolation wins were Reynolds, with a 48-9 drubbing of Mount Union, and West Branch, with a 55-18 thumping of Lower Moreland.

Day 2 WPIAL Box Scores:

Canon-McMillan 28 – Central Dauphin 25  (Class AAA Semifinal)
106 Zach Elvin (Central Dauphin) Dec Brendon Price (Canon-McMillan) 8-5
113 Dalton Macri (Canon-McMillan) Major Jeremy Schwartz (Central Dauphin) 22-12
120 Conner Schram (Canon-McMillan) Fall Evan Davis (Central Dauphin) 1:58
126 Tyson Dippery (Central Dauphin) Dec Colton Shorts (Canon-McMillan) 5-4
132 Shyheim Brown (Central Dauphin) Dec Malachi Krenzelak (Canon-McMillan) 5-1
138 Solomon Chishko (Canon-McMillan) Major Austin Rose (Central Dauphin) 11-3
145 Dario Dobbin (Canon-McMillan) Dec Nick Varndell (Central Dauphin) 7-3
152 Garrett Peppelman (Central Dauphin) Major Sammy Minor (Canon-McMillan) 20-9
160 Colton Peppelman (Central Dauphin) Dec William Pihiou (Canon-McMillan) 9-6
170 Jamison Peake (Central Dauphin) Dec Zach Thomas (Canon-McMillan) 7-4
*182 Cody Wiercioch (Canon-McMillan) Major Dorian Spradlin (Central Dauphin) 11-3
195 Terrance Parsons (Central Dauphin) Fall Ian Binotto (Canon-McMillan) 5:25
220 Alex Campbell (Canon-McMillan) Major Tyler Cooke (Central Dauphin) 15-1
285 Cody Klempay (Canon-McMillan) Dec Zach Wilk (Central Dauphin) 9-2
* – match began at 182 pounds

North Allegheny 37 – LaSalle College 21  (Class AAA Second Round Consolation)
106 Scotty Stossel (North Allegheny) Dec Patrick McGinley (LaSalle College) 4-3; OT
113 Domenic Forys (North Allegheny) Dec Salvatore Anderson (LaSalle College) 5-0
120 Blynn Shideler (North Allegheny) Dec Bryan Pflanz (LaSalle College) 6-5
126 Gregory Konieczny (LaSalle College) Dec Mike Wanner (North Allegheny) 7-4
132 Jesse Rodgers (North Allegheny) Major Tim Walker (LaSalle College) 8-0
138 Matt Cimato (LaSalle College) Major Vincent Leschak (North Allegheny) 13-3
145 Kolby Stein (LaSalle College) Forfeit (North Allegheny)
152 Casey Kent (LaSalle College) Major Ben Schweiger (North Allegheny) 17-5
160 Colton Byerly (North Allegheny) Dec Ryan Brady (LaSalle College) 6-2
*170 Alex DeCiantis (North Allegheny) Dec Nathan Ezzo (LaSalle College) 10-3
182 Jarred Lux (North Allegheny) Fall Joey Podraza (LaSalle College) 0:38
195 Zach Smith (North Allegheny) Fall Dad Poquie (LaSalle College) 2:36
220 Antonio Pelusi (LaSalle College) Major Nathan Nachazel (North Allegheny) 15-4
285 Kevin Clemens (North Allegheny) Fall William Frusco (LaSalle College) 0:51
* – match began at 170 pounds

Wyalusing Valley 40 – Burrell 19  (Class AA Second Round Consolation)
106 Austin Shaeffer (Wyalusing Valley) Dec Jason Roberts (Burrell) 9-2
113 Brandon Kelley (Wyalusing Valley) Forfeit (Burrell)
120 Justin Haley (Wyalusing Valley) Major Logan Fitzmaurice (Burrell) 15-1
126 Zack Wolford (Burrell) Dec Ryan Force (Wyalusing Valley) 4-2
132 Ryan Hart (Wyalusing Valley) Dec Steven Edwards (Burrell) 6-4
138 Phillip Marra (Burrell) Fall Timothy Kuntz (Wyalusing Valley) 3:59
145 Joe Champluvier (Wyalusing Valley) Dec Corey Falleroni (Burrell) 6-1
152 Kevin Best (Burrell) Dec Tyler Fenton (Wyalusing Valley) 4-2
160 Tyler Thompson (Wyalusing Valley) Dec Zachery Smith (Burrell) 2-1; OT
*170 Derrick Beattie (Burrell) Dec Daniel Frankenfield (Wyalusing Valley) 1-0
182 Dakota DesLauriers (Burrell) Major Justin Griffith (Wyalusing Valley) 20-6
195 Anthony Clark (Wyalusing Valley) Fall Cory Klems (Burrell) 3:17
220 Dylan Otis (Wyalusing Valley) Fall Corey Arabia (Burrell) 1:56
285 Clayton Force (Wyalusing Valley) Fall Joseph Naviglia (Burrell) 4:26
* – match began at 170 pounds

Canon-McMillan 56 – Delaware Valley 13  (Class AAA Quarterfinal)
106 Brendon Price (Canon-McMillan) Major Jake Lang (Delaware Valley) 11-2
113 Dalton Macri (Canon-McMillan) Fall Richard Koslower (Delaware Valley) 3:31
120 Conner Schram (Canon-McMillan) TF Frank Carrozza (Delaware Valley) 17-2
126 CJ Palmer (Delaware Valley) Forfeit (Canon-McMillan)
132 Jalen Palmer (Delaware Valley) Major Nicholas Oberhaus (Canon-McMillan) 16-7
138 Solomon Chishko (Canon-McMillan) Fall Anthony Colletta (Delaware Valley) 1:04
145 Sammy Minor (Canon-McMillan) Fall Lucas Markowitz (Delaware Valley) 1:23
152 Dario Dobbin (Canon-McMillan) Fall Evan Wagner (Delaware Valley) 0:13
*160 Mark Dami (Canon-McMillan) Dec Dan Favaro (Delaware Valley) 5-3
170 Cody Wiercioch (Canon-McMillan) Major Marc Wagner (Delaware Valley) 12-1
182 Martin Strenk (Delaware Valley) Dec Zach Thomas (Canon-McMillan) 8-2
195 Ian Binotto (Canon-McMillan) Major Matt Wagner (Delaware Valley) 9-0
220 Alex Campbell (Canon-McMillan) Fall Jack Fagan (Delaware Valley) 0:45
285 Cody Klempay (Canon-McMillan) Forfeit (Delaware Valley)
* – match began at 160 pounds

North Allegheny 37 – Big Spring 27  (Class AAA First Round Consolation)
106 Scotty Stossel (North Allegheny) Fall Josh Fauver (Big Spring) 2:11
113 Domenic Forys (North Allegheny) Dec Greg Warner (Big Spring) 4-2
120 Wyatt Keck (Big Spring) TF Blynn Shideler (North Allegheny) 16-1
126 Brad Lay (Big Spring) Fall Mike Wanner (North Allegheny) 1:22
132 Jesse Rodgers (North Allegheny) Dec Devon Fraker (Big Spring) 4-0
138 Dustin Rook (Big Spring) Forfeit (North Allegheny)
145 Chad Wickard (Big Spring) Major Vincent Leschak (North Allegheny) 9-1
*152 Tommy Rayhart (Big Spring) Dec Ben Schweiger (North Allegheny) 7-5
160 Colton Byerly (North Allegheny) Major Cole Haldeman (Big Spring) 9-1
170 Alex DeCiantis (North Allegheny) Dec Cody Seibert (Big Spring) 2-1
182 Jarred Lux (North Allegheny) Fall Micah Weaver (Big Spring) 0:35
195 Danny Hockensmith (Big Spring) Dec Zach Smith (North Allegheny) 6-1
220 Nathan Nachazel (North Allegheny) Fall Josh Stewart (Big Spring) 4:21
285 Kevin Clemens (North Allegheny) Fall Austin Hershey (Big Spring) 0:32
* – match began at 152 pounds

Central Mountain 31 – Greensburg-Salem 29  (Class AAA First Round Consolation)
106 Austin Caldwell (Greensburg Salem) Forfeit (Central Mountain)
113 Carl Kelley (Greensburg Salem) Major Keanan Bottorf (Central Mountain) 12-2
120 Cole Hanley (Central Mountain) Dec Austin Shaw (Greensburg Salem) 6-5
126 Logan Bechdel (Central Mountain) Fall Graham Schaller (Greensburg Salem) 2:24
132 Tyler Reinhart (Greensburg Salem) Major Gavin Caprio (Central Mountain) 9-1
138 Joey Miller (Central Mountain) Major Zach Mattucci (Greensburg Salem) 12-4
145 Chad Reese (Central Mountain) Dec Zachary Sistek (Greensburg Salem) 5-3
*152 Zach Voytek (Greensburg Salem) Fall Dylan Emel (Central Mountain) 0:47
160 Dillon Gavlock (Central Mountain) Dec Trey Hahn (Greensburg Salem) 4-2
170 Brian Brill (Central Mountain) Forfeit (Greensburg Salem)
182 Anthony Cable (Greensburg Salem) Dec Nathaniel Powers (Central Mountain) 5-2
195 Blaze Buckwalter (Central Mountain) Dec Josh Falatovich (Greensburg Salem) 6-4
220 Cameron Porter (Central Mountain) Dec Raistlin Willett (Greensburg Salem) 8-4
285 Tanner Hahn (Greensburg Salem) Fall Caleb Stover (Central Mountain) 0:13
* – match began at 152 pounds

Burrell 32 – Western Wayne 25  (Class AA First Round Consolation)
106 Ronald Mrsich (Western Wayne) Dec Jason Roberts (Burrell) 9-4
113 Joshua Brown (Western Wayne) Major Logan Fitzmaurice (Burrell) 10-2
120 Cory Franc (Western Wayne) Forfeit (Burrell)
126 Nick Fischetti (Western Wayne) Dec Zack Wolford (Burrell) 5-3
132 Steven Edwards (Burrell) Dec Morgan Fuller (Western Wayne) 9-3
138 Phillip Marra (Burrell) TF Manuel Mirailh (Western Wayne) 17-2
145 Nicholas Pattock (Burrell) Dec Beau Fuller (Western Wayne) 4-2
*152 Corey Falleroni (Burrell) Fall Lucas Karnick (Western Wayne) 2:55
160 Kevin Best (Burrell) Major Brandon Hadden (Western Wayne) 14-2
170 Derrick Beattie (Burrell) Dec Garrett Enslin (Western Wayne) 13-9
182 John Davidson (Burrell) Major Austin Swoyer (Western Wayne) 13-5
195 Dakota Deslauriers (Burrell) Major Conner Rosensweet (Western Wayne) 11-2
220 Matt Rosensweet (Western Wayne) Fall Cory Klems (Burrell) 0:41
285 Joseph Ingaglio (Western Wayne) Dec Joseph Naviglia (Burrell) 6-0
* – match began at 152 pounds

Bermudian Springs 28 – Jefferson-Morgan 27  (Class AA First Round Consolation)
106 Brendan Howard (Jefferson Morgan) Dec Dalton Becker (Bermudian Springs) 6-0
113 John Demaske (Jefferson Morgan) Dec Ted Marines (Bermudian Springs) 8-3
120 Brad Farley (Bermudian Springs) Fall Jacob Guthrie (Jefferson Morgan) 0:21
126 Jason Miller (Jefferson Morgan) Dec Briton Shelton (Bermudian Springs) 4-3
132 Austin Jackson (Bermudian Springs) Dec Shane Black (Jefferson Morgan) 12-10
138 Ryan Zalar (Jefferson Morgan) Major Jared Spahr (Bermudian Springs) 9-1
145 Colton Dull (Bermudian Springs) Fall Joe Arezmendi (Jefferson Morgan) 1:27
*152 Noah Blasone (Bermudian Springs) Major Jason Perkins (Jefferson Morgan) 9-1
160 Brandon Lesko (Jefferson Morgan) Dec Jacob Slonaker (Bermudian Springs) 5-4; OT
170 Dustin Conti (Jefferson Morgan) Dec Tyler Fitzkee (Bermudian Springs) 3-2
182 Tristan Sponseller (Bermudian Springs) Forfeit (Jefferson Morgan)
195 Joe Phillips (Jefferson Morgan) Dec Brock Linebaugh (Bermudian Springs) 4-3
220 Ryan Mayfield (Jefferson Morgan) TF Jose Arriola (Bermudian Springs) 16-0
285 Jonatan Jimenez (Bermudian Springs) Dec Brian Rush (Jefferson Morgan) 5-3
* – match began at 152 pounds

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