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February 9, 2013

Chestnut Ridge advances to consolation finals

HERSHEY — Chestnut Ridge cemented its place as one of the top teams in the state with a pair of victories in the PIAA dual-meet championships today.

The Lions will now wrestle Fort LeBoeuf for third place at the Giant Center in Hershey.

Coach Greg Lazor's team beat Central Columbia 28-27 this morning, then advanced to the consolation final with a 29-25 victory over Bermudian Springs.

 

Chestnut Ridge Hs 28 vs Central Columbia Hs 27
106 Aaron Burkett (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Dec Trystan Johnson (Central Columbia Hs) 4-2
113 Taylor Johnson (Central Columbia Hs) Major Sam Shank (Chestnut Ridge Hs) 11-3
120 Derrick Claar (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Fall Lewis Williams (Central Columbia Hs) 3:55
126 Trent Crouse (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Major Steven Shannon (Central Columbia Hs) 11-0
132 Jesse Shannon (Central Columbia Hs) Fall Colby Hillegass (Chestnut Ridge Hs) 4:47
138 Jerimiah Zimmerman (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Dec Tyler Johnson (Central Columbia Hs) 4-1
145 Aaron Johnson (Central Columbia Hs) Dec kyle Winegardner (Chestnut Ridge Hs) 7-3
152 Austin Miknich (Central Columbia Hs) Dec Conner Buttry (Chestnut Ridge Hs) 5-3
160 Bradie Bollman (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Fall Nicholas Fester (Central Columbia Hs) 4:32
170 Tyler Dibert (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Dec Jacob Coombe (Central Columbia Hs) 6-0
182 Cyler Wedge (Central Columbia Hs) Fall Teddy Albright (Chestnut Ridge Hs) 4:01
195 Dan Albright (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Dec Matthew Hackenberg (Central Columbia Hs) 6-0
220 Eric McCracken (Central Columbia Hs) Dec Brad Winegardner (Chestnut Ridge Hs) 3-0
285 Alexander Shiber (Central Columbia Hs) Dec Austin Buttry (Chestnut Ridge Hs) 2-1; TB
 
Chestnut Ridge Hs 29 vs Bermudian Spgs 25
106 Aaron Burkett (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Major Bayley Oberlander (Bermudian Spgs) 16-3
113 Dalton Becker (Bermudian Spgs) Fall Sam Shank (Chestnut Ridge Hs) 2:31
120 Derrick Claar (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Fall Chase Mueller (Bermudian Spgs) 1:27
126 Trent Crouse (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Dec Ted Marines (Bermudian Spgs) 3-0
132 Colby Hillegass (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Dec Jake Ford (Bermudian Spgs) 8-4
138 Austin Jackson (Bermudian Spgs) Dec Jerimiah Zimmerman (Chestnut Ridge Hs) 6-1
145 Briton Shelton (Bermudian Spgs) Dec kyle Winegardner (Chestnut Ridge Hs) 4-3
152 Conner Buttry (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Dec Jared Spahr (Bermudian Spgs) 4-0
160 Colton Dull (Bermudian Spgs) Major Bradie Bollman (Chestnut Ridge Hs) 11-2
170 Tristan Sponseller (Bermudian Spgs) Fall Teddy Albright (Chestnut Ridge Hs) 0:30
182 Tyler Dibert (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Major Jacob Slonaker (Bermudian Spgs) 11-3
195 Brock Linebaugh (Bermudian Spgs) Dec Brad Winegardner (Chestnut Ridge Hs) 7-0
220 Dan Albright (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Dec Sam McCollum (Bermudian Spgs) 3-0
285 Austin Buttry (Chestnut Ridge Hs) Dec Noah Hakes (Bermudian Spgs) 2-0

 

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