Nick Wade (145), Bill Bleiler (189) and Kevin West (215) each returned with silver medals in their respective weight classes.

Wade fell to PV's Jared Mees by major decision (18-7) in the championship round, while Bleiler lost to HHS's Craig Cline by a 1-0 decision.

West was pinned in his championship final by PV's Adam Brooniell.

Bleiler and West each picked up two wins by fall to reach the championship round, while Wade recorded a technical fall and forfeit in his early bouts.

Matt Peto finished the afternoon with a 3-1 mark, while Dante Rau also posted a 3-1 performance.

Tom Stoltz and Justin Dantonio went 2-2 for the Phantoms.


Spring-Ford used a win over Lampeter-Strasburg to recover for a seventh-place finish at the New Oxford Duals - after suffering close losses in its first two matches with Hanover (34-31) and Northern (38-36).

The Rams' 48-30 win over Lampeter-Strasburg was keyed by first-period pins by Jamie Maute (189), Bob Swier (215), Matt Moley (103), John Tscheschlog (112), J.J. Willow (125), Jason Anspach (140) and Chris Gwaltney (152).

Gwaltney swept his weight-class with three pins, while Moley and Swier each posted two pins and a decision in their weight brackets.


Great Valley used a hot streak by its middle-weights and three wins in its upper-weights to defeat Southern Chester County League rival Unionville 34-28 Saturday.

GV's Bill Hasen and Jay Hahn recorded decisions at 119 and 125, respectively, while Matt Magill followed with a pin a 130.

Charlie Andersen (135) also posted a decision, and Scott D'Annunzio picked up a technical fall win at 140.

The Patriots also got decisions by Alex Segal (171) and Drew Smith (215), who sandwiched their wins around a pin by Devin Brander at 189.


Zach McCann led a quartet of Winged Lions that registered unbeaten marks during a five-team dual-meet event Saturday afternoon.

McCann picked up two falls and three forfeits for his wins on the day.

Greg Care, Craig Owsiany and David Deets also went perfect for Pius.

Deets (171) garnered "quickest-pin" honors for Pius with a 45-second slap of Fleetwood's Jeremy Mohler. He also had two other pins and a pair of forfeits.

Care had a win by pin, two decisions and two forfeits at 135.

Owsiany (152) was credited with two pins, two decisions and a forfeit.


Owen J. Roberts gave coach John McCormick his first win at Lansdale Catholic in eight seasons as the Wildcats mentor.

The Wildcats defeated the Crusaders Saturday 52-42.

Lauren Healy scored 16 points for the winners, while Katie Bradley added 14.

Lindsay Formica scored a game-high 17 points for LC, and sister Katelin Formica chipped in with 13 in a losing effort.

OJR withstood a sluggish second quarter when they were outscored 12-5, and headed into the halftime break down 24-19.

"This season is far from over," McCormick said. "This doesn't fix every problem, but we have the confidence to know we can win now. We have a brutal schedule the next couple of weeks. We haven't arrived, but we're heading in the right direction."


Trinity's Robert Taylor scored 24 points to lead five Bantams (9-0) in double figures in an 86-70 win over Ursinus (5-3) in non-conference men's basketball action.

Dennis Stanton scored 28 points to lead the Bears, while Will Furey added 15 points and Bret Jenkins chipped in with 11.

Ursinus connected on 47.5 percent from the field but turned the ball over 25 times in the loss.

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