With big York-Adams Division I matches against South Western and Spring Grove looming on their schedule later this week, the Dallastown Wildcats took down Susquehannock on Tuesday, 59-7.
Dallastown won all but two of the 13 bouts, with five coming by forfeit. Bailey Druck (170), Rodney Sunday (126) and Tanner Druck (152) picked up pins to lead Dallastown, which improved to 2-0 in Division I. Susquehannock's Colin Riley (120) defeated Andrew Pierce, 3-2, while Warriors' grappler Zach Holloway (132) scored a major decision, 12-2, over John Marks.
DOVER LOSES TO RED LAND: The visiting Eagles lost a tough wrestling match at Red Land on Tuesday, 35-30, after jumping out to a 21-3 lead and later holding a 31-19 advantage going into the final three bouts. Dover forfeited the 113-pound and 120-pound bouts to allow Red Land to tie it at 31-31 heading into the final bout, where Eagles' 126-pounder Nate Stauffer lost by a major decision, 14-0. One point was deducted from Dover's team score for unsportsmanlike conduct at 126 pounds.