Kennard-Dale High School graduate Chance Marsteller continued his stellar start to his 2017-2018 wrestling season at Lock Haven University.
In Saturday's Bald Eagle Duals in Williamsport, Marsteller went 3-0 in his 165-pound matches, collecting two technical falls and a pin. He's now 19-0 on the season and was ranked No. 8 in the 165-pound weight class in NCAA Division I in the latest Intermat rankings.
Lock Haven (4-0) is ranked No. 17 in NCAA Division I as a team. Saturday, the Bald Eagles beat Wheeling Jesuit (32-11), Messiah (34-6) and Bloomsburg (37-2).
Eastern York has three champs at Columbia Tournament: Eastern York brought home three individual champions from the Columbia Tournament over the weekend.
Dylon Prugar (152), Jahshim Snyder (182) and Carl Carbaugh (220) took crowns for the Golden Knights.
The Knights also had six second-place finishers: Desmond Waltman (113), Justin Manganello (132), Zachary Dice (138), Nathan Robbins (145), Dillon Mealey (160) and Beshoy Salama (170).
Finishing third for Eastern were Thomas Paulson (126) and Nicholas Hess (285).
Isaac Wherley (106) and Drake Brown (195) each took fourth-place finishes.
Seven teams competed in the event.
Dallastown takes fourth in Altoona event: This past weekend, the Dallastown wrestling team finished fourth out of 43 teams and had six individual place winners at the Panther Holiday Classic in Altoona, Pennsylvania.
Raymond Christas at 285 took home an individual championship.
Jarrett Feeney (170) and Jamal Brandon (220) each finished fourth, while Dalton Daugherty (138) was fifth, Cael Turnbull (120) was seventh and Andrew Smith (195) was eighth.
No. 1 Penn State wrestling team rolls: No. 1 Penn State (5-0, 1-0 B1G) dominated visiting Indiana (6-3, 0-2 B1G) in the Big Ten wrestling dual opener for the Nittany Lions.
Head coach Cael Sanderson’s squad won nine of 10 bouts.
A sell-out crowd of 6,425 filled Rec Hall for Penn State’s first home dual since Nov. 12. The dual victory was Penn State’s 36th straight dual victory dating back to the end of the 2014-15 season. The sell-out was Penn State’s 37th straight in Rec Hall and its 40th of 42 including three of five in the Bryce Jordan Center.
PSU got pins from No. 1 Zain Retherford at 149, No. 1 Jason Nolf at 157 and No. 1 Bo Nickal at 184. The Lions' other top-ranked wrestler, Vincenzo Joseph, got a forfeit at 165.