WRESTLING: Rockets get outright crown
One night after assuring itself of at least a tie for the York-Adams Division I title, the Spring Grove wrestling team grabbed the crown outright on Thursday.
The Rockets dominated New Oxford 47-24 to clinch the title.
Spring Grove (10-1 overall, 6-0 Division I) won the first four bouts of the match, with Marcus Kehr (160) and Ryan Daugherty (170) each recording pins, while Jared Barley won by major decision at 182. Dalton Smith (220) and Brock Hartman (285) got 12 points back for the Colonials (10-6 overall, 2-4 Division I) with pins, but the Rockets won six of the final eight bouts to secure the win.
Matthew Poust (138) and Nolan Poust (152) each recorded pins for New Oxford.
Central York 37, South Western 28: At Central York, the Panthers handed the Mustangs their second straight division loss with the home victory. Dylan Chatterton (145) earned the only pin for Central, but the team also got bonus-point results from Steven Clawson (160), Zach Emswiler (182), Isaiah Dickson (195) and Michale Wolfgram (285). South Western got pins from Chase Mowery (120), Gage Thomas (152) and Dan Mummert (170). Owen Wherley also extended his win streak to 21 matches with a major decision at 138 pounds. He’s now 25-2 on the year.
Susquehannock 40, Eastern York 32: At Wrightsville, the Warriors received pins from: Michael Younkin (113), Ben Sweigard (120), Xander Holloway (126), Joseph Mays (160) and Jack Allred (195). For the Golden Knights, Dakota Mackley (170), Jahshim Snyder (182) and Wyatt Smith (285) had pins.
West York 61, York Suburban 11: At West York, the Bulldogs earned six forfeits. West York also earned pins from Allen Stauffer (138), Sam Sterner (145) and Alex Ramos (195). Suburban got victories from Colin Shelton (120), which came by tech fall, Dustin Knaub (132) and Adoniyah Johnson (220).
Red Lion 58, Northeastern 18: At Red Lion, the Lions received pins from Channing Bratton (113), Riley Seredych (120), Corey Shane (132), Tyler Ness (145), Dylan Gurreri (152), Briar Smith (160) and Austin Kelly (170). For the Bobcats, Issak Gray (106), John Kemper (138) and Corey Eaton (220) each each picked up a pin.