Rohrbaugh wins at Mount Mat Madness
Spring Grove sophomore Dalton Rohrbaugh won the 113-pound weight class at the Mount Mat Madness tournament at Mount St. Joseph's High School in Baltimore on Tuesday.
Rohrbaugh won by technical fall over Enrique Sanchez of Queen of Peace, 18-2, to capture first in the weight class. The sophomore, who qualified for the PIAA state tournament last year as a freshman at 106 pounds, was one of three local wrestlers to make it to the championship bout in the tournament.
Rohrbaugh's teammate, Clay Baker, finished as the 106-pound runner-up, losing by pin to Spalding's P.J. Truntich. Hanover also had a wrestler make it to the championship bout, with Caleb Garland losing 4-2 to Middletown's Danny Bertoni in the 132-pound final.
Spring Grove's Josh Cribbs finished third in the 195-pound weight class, defeating Francis Ahenkora (South County), 3-1.
In the fifth-place bouts, three Rocket wrestlers took part, with two of them winning. Senior Marcus Kehr finished fifth in 160 pounds, pinning Jacob Cardenas (Queen of Peace) in just 2:12. Nathan Young finished fifth at 220 pounds by earning a 7-5 decision over Urbana's Andreas Silva. Andrew Lawson finished in sixth at 285 pounds, losing to Brentsville's Bryan Thomas by pin.
Trojan Wars: Also wrapping up on Tuesday was the Trojan Wars event at Chambersburg High School, where York Suburban, Gettysburg and Fairfield all had wrestlers competing.
In the team competition, the Warriors had the best finish among the Y-A League schools, finishing 13th out of 22 schools with 66.5 points. The Trojans (21st) and Green Knights (22nd) finished at the bottom of the results, with Suburban ending the event with 44 points and Fairfield with 29.
Individually, Gettysburg senior Chase Mueller had the best result out of the local wrestlers, finishing second at 160 pounds. He dropped a 5-1 decision to Washington (West Virginia) sophomore Cameron Pine in the title bout.
York Suburban's Colin Shelton had the best finish for his team, wrestling to fourth place at 120 pounds. He lost the third-place bout to Lower Dauphin's Tyler Walters, 13-6.
Cody Small (132) and Colton Shriner (152) each finished in eighth place for Fairfield.