Central York senior Logan Paluch earns 100th wrestling win during his best-ever season

STAFF REPORT
  • Central York wrestler Logan Paluch recently picked up his 100th career triumph.
  • Paluch is 25-2 this season and has a career record of 103-30.
  • Paluch, a senior, is a four-year starter. He's won at least 22 matches each season.
Central York wrestler Logan Paluch recently picked up his 100th career victory.

Central York senior Logan Paluch recently joined an elite wrestling club.

The 126-pound standout earned the 100th victory of his career during the Waynesboro Duals on Saturday, Jan. 12. He went 5-0 during the tournament.

Paluch is enjoying the finest season of his high school career in 2018-19. Through matches of Thursday, Jan. 17, Paluch stands at 25-2, with a dozen pins and five victories by major decisions.

He now now has an overall career record of 103-30.

Paluch is a four-year starter for the Panthers, going 22-9 as a freshman, 30-8 as a sophmore and 26-11 as a junior.

His only two losses this season were both two-point decisions to Damon McGee of New Jersey powerhouse Blair Academy and to Liam Logue of Father Judge, who finished second in District 12 last season.

Paluch is currently on a 16-match winning streak.