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High School Sports

January 20, 2007

Richland Duals wrestling results, 1/20

Wrestling

High School

Richland Duals

At Richland High School

Pool A

Standings

W L

Altoona 3 0

United 2 1

Berlin 1 3

Northern Cambria 0 3

Results

Altoona 51, Berlin 18

United 51, Northern Cambria 27

Altoona 49, Northern Cambria 27

United 45, Berlin 30

Altoona 45, United 18

Berlin 45, Northern Cambria 27

Pool B

Standings

W L

North Star 3 0

Somerset 2 1

Blairsville 1 2

Sherando 0 3

Results

North Star 42, Somerset 21

Blairsville 38, Sherando 25

North Star 57, Blairsville 16

Somerset 49, Sherando 31

Somerset 46, Blairsville 26

North Star 46, Sherando 21

Pool C

Standings

W L

Huntingdon 3 0

Chestnut Ridge 2 1

Johnstown 1 2

Marion Center 0 3

Results

Huntingdon 40, Chestnut Ridge 26

Johnstown 48, Marion Center 36

Chestnut Ridge 61, Johnstown 17

Huntingdon 72, Marion Center 6

Chestnut Ridge 69, Marion Center 9

Huntingdon 64, Johnstown 10

Pool D

Standings

W L

James Wood 3 0

Richland 2 1

Conemaugh Township 1 2

Glendale 0 3

Results

Conemaugh Township 42, Glendale 42*

James Wood 42, Richland 24

Richland 51, Conemaugh Township 21

James Wood 57, Glendale 24

James Wood 55, Conemaugh Township 24

Richland 57, Glendale 22

*-Conemaugh Township wins on Criteria F (total number of first points scored).



Box Scores

Pool A

Altoona 51, Berlin 18

135-Tony Trulick (B) dec. Dylan Swires, 5-2. 140-Brandson Pfahler (A) pinned Sean Chaney, 2:25. 145-Ryan Will (B) dec. Nik Zimmerman, 7-3. 152-Brett Walter (A) dec. Brandon Miller, 7-2. 160-Zac Bender (A) dec. Alex Fisher, 6-5. 171-Keith Walters (A) pinned Kyle Landis, 3:03. 189-Tyler Baker (B) pinned Christopher McCready, :39. 215-Tyler Frederick (A) by forfeit. 285-Brant Clouser (A) pinned Justin Smith, 2:36. 103-Thomas Gvozd (A) pinned Bradley Ohler, :24. 112-Vince McCracken (A) pinned Ryan Hoffman, :37. 119-Brandon Potts (A) pinned Zack Broadwater, :40. 125-Mitchell Colombo (A) dec. Phillip Shawley, 5-4. 130-Jeremy Broadwater (B) pinned David McCloskey, 2:34.



United 51, Northern Cambria 27

135-Bill Clark (U) pinned Jimmy David, :45. 140-Joe Chunko (NC) pinned Aric Wolf, 1:15. 145-Andy Paronish (NC) dec. Ernie Voegel, 2-1. 152-Jon Rajnish (NC) pinned Adam Foust, 1:20. 160-Tim Rash (U) by forfeit. 171-Tyler Capitosti (U) dec. Tom Stiffler, 3-2. 189-Garrett Short (U) by forfeit. 215-Andy Turner (NC) pinned Erik Smith, 1:30. 285-Andrew Fink (U) by forfeit. 103-Aaron Brendlinger (U) by forfeit. 112-Jack Rupert (U) pinned Kevin Stoyka, :32. 125-Scott Knarr (NC) pinned Dave Rosporski, 3:36. 130-Mitch Thomas (U) pinned Tim Mason, :59.



Altoona 49, Northern Cambria 27

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