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Red Raiders earn spot in District Duals

January 29, 2020
By Ruth Fry , The Luminary

Montgomery 30, S. Wmspt. 21

Montgomery secured its spot in the?District 4 Duals with a 30-21 win over South?Williamsport and eliminating Mounties at their chance in the duals. Kai Felix opened the match up at 132 with a forfeit, and Hunter Leet (138) defeated Gabriel Harvey by a decision of 7-1. Bradley Leon pinned Kyle Benson, in less than a minute at 285 pounds for the Raiders.?

132:?Kai?Felix?(M) by forfeit. 138:?Hunter Leet (M) dec.?Gabriel?Harvey, 7-1. 145:?Landon?Lorson (SW) dec. Colby Punderbach, 5-4. 152:?Devon?Deem?(M) maj. dec. Ben Stoetzel, 14-0. 160:?Kaide Drick (M) maj. dec.?Masen?Lane, 10-1. 170:?Lane Lusk (SW) by forfeit. 182:?Colby Springman (M0 dec.?Samuel?Hostrander, 4-2. 195:?Ben?Marino (M) maj. dec.?Clayton?Swarthout, 10-0. 220:?Jake Casella (SW) dec.?Gabe Wright, 4-1. 285:?Bradley Leon?(M) pinned Kyle Benson, 0:36. 160:?Double forfeit. 113:?Double forfeit. 120:?Robert Gardner (SW) dec. Blake Snyder, 10-3. 126:?Ryan?Schriner (SW) by forfeit.

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Muncy edges Benton Tigers

No. 10 Muncy 39, Benton 36

Ethan Gush posted a 3:48 16-1 technical fall as Muncy defeated Benton, 39-36, in the final match of the evening. The result changes the seedings for next week's District 4 Duals tournament. Benton fell from the fourth seed to the sixth seed with the loss, and Muncy moved into the fifth seed. Benton's fourth-ranked Gable Strickland used a last-second takedown in regulation and another in overtime to beat eighth-ranked Jacob Blair of Muncy, 5-3. Muncy won despite losing to key toss-up bouts in the final seconds. Muncy did get a pair of crucial toss-up wins when Tristan Ditzler bumped to 195 to open the dual with a fall.

195: Tristen Ditzler, M, pinned Kaleb Michael, 1:46. 220: No. 8 Zach Poust, B, pinned Cael Hembury, 2:59. 285: Bailey Hadzinikolov, M, pinned Andrew Wolfe, 1:49. 106: No. 15 Chase Burke, B, by forfeit. 113: No. 6 Scott Johnson, M, maj. dec. Dylan Granahan, 14-6. 120: Ethan Kolb, B, dec. Chase Crawley, 4-3. 126: No. 4 Gable Strickland, B, dec. No. 8 Jacob Blair, 5-3, sv. 132: No. 7 Bryce Vollman, M, pinned Remington Morrow 0:42. 138: Caden Temple, B, pinned Dylan Sharr, 1:59. 145: No. 10 Mario Barberio, M, pinned Derek Dietz, 0:52. 152: No. 9 Christian Good, M, pined Josh Fisher, 1:52. 160: Mason Michael, B, pinned Kobe Fowler, 0:49. 170: No. 5 Nolan Lear, B, by forfeit. 182: No. 7 Ethan Gush, M, tech. fall Jake Bobersky, 16-1, 3:48. Takedowns: Muncy 16, Benton 6. Official: Fritz Snyder.

Montoursville 67, Hughesville 12

Hughesville's Caiden Puderbach (120) and Luke Gorg (138) each had pins for the Spartans but the Warriors defeated the Spartans, 67-12. Montoursville also clinched the No. 1 seed for the District 4 Duals with the win.

182:?Dylan?Bennett (M) pinned Chase Snyder, 1:05. 195:?Caleb?Moser (M) pinned Cole Dyer, 1:54. 220:?Cameron Wood?(M)?pinned Caleb Burkhart, 2:37. 285:?Lane Stutzman (M) by forfeit. 106:?Branden?Wentzel?(M) by forfeit. 113:?Cole?Johnson?(M) dec. Eli Olshefski, 6-0. 120:?Caiden?Puderbach (H) pinned Lucas?Sherwood, 4:01. 126:?Broc Lutz (M) pinned Morgan?Gavitt, 1:41. 132:?Alexander Oberheim (M) maj. dec. Kadin?Fetterman, 13-0. 138:?Luke Gorg (H) pinned James?Batkowski, 3:49. 145:?Emey Balint (M) pinned Brenden?Knight, 5:56. 152:?Jacob Dinges (M) pinned Simon?Bennage, 1:41. 160:?Isaac Cory (M) by forfeit. 170:?Cael?Crebs?(M) pinned Dylan?Farnsworth, 1:16.

Muncy 65, Bloomsburg 18

Muncy started the match off against the Panthers with three back to back pins from Jacob Blair (132), Byrce Vollman, (138), and Mario Barberio, (145) as the Indians defeated Bloomsburg, 65-18. Also getting pins for the Indians were Ethan Gush, Tristen Ditzler, Scott Johnson, Alex Maiorana, and Chase Crawley.

PHAC Quad Meet

Lewisburg went 3-0 at last Saturday's PHAC Quad Meet in Hughesville to earn a spot in this week's District 4 Duals on Saturday upsetting Mount Carmel (40-31), and beating both Hughesville (41-33) and Central Columbia (55-18). Hughesville went 1-2 and Central Columbia went 0-3. Mount Carmel fell to the No. 7 seed in the tournament by going 2-1.

 
 

 

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