Pittsburgh Wrestling Classic canceled because of coronavirus concerns
Thursday, March 12, 2020 | 1:42 PM
The annual Pittsburgh Wrestling Classic, scheduled for Saturday at Pitt’s Fitzgerald Field House, has been canceled because of the health concerns over coronavirus.
The match pitted a team of United States all-stars against a team of Pennsylvania All-Stars, which were highlighted by WPIAL champions Kurtis Phipps of Norwin, Gerrit Nijenhuis of Canon-McMillan, Sam Hillegas of North Hills and Luke Stout of Mt. Lebanon.
The preliminary match was to feature WPIAL All-Stars facing Maryland.
Organizers indicated they will attempt to reschedule the event and said fans should wait for a final decision.
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