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Bishop McCort Catholic wrestlers led the way for a strong performance by local wrestlers at the Keystone State Championships, which were held at the Monroeville Convention Center after Pennsylvania Junior Wrestling canceled its events.
Despite leading Forest Hills to its second straight District 6 team title, coach Jake Strayer was still surprised to hear some great news on Monday. The Pennsylvania Wrestling Coaches Association voted him as Class 2A Coach of the Year.
The green and gold mask strapped across Jake Strayer’s nose and mouth did little to mask the look of relief on the Forest Hills wrestling coach’s face.
Nine Big Ten wrestlers carry No. 1 seeds into the 2021 NCAA Wrestling Championships, which begin Thursday and will conclude on Saturday at St. Louis’ Enterprise Center.
Four Nittany Lions received top-three seeds in the three-day national tournament that begins on March 18: No. 1 Aaron Brooks, No. 2 Roman Bravo-Young, No. 2 Nick Lee (141 pounds) and No. 3 Carter Starocci (174 pounds).
Iowa claimed its second consecutive and 37th all-time Big Ten wrestling team championship this weekend as the Hawkeyes recorded a field-best 157.5 points during the two-day 2021 Big Ten Wrestling Championships at Penn State’s Bryce Jordan Center.
For months Mason Gibson and Jackson Arrington have been showing that they’re on a different level than most of their high school wrestling opponents.
Four Penn State wrestlers will compete for Big Ten titles during today’s championship round of the Big Ten Championships: Aaron Brooks, Carter Starocci, Nick Lee and Roman Bravo-Young.
One of the most anticipated matchups of this weekend’s West Super Regional Class 2A Wrestling Tournament could be the nation’s top freshman against a two-time state champion headed to Penn State in the fall.
Penn State's wrestling team has won eight of the last nine national titles, including two stretches of four in a row from 2011-14 and 2016-19 before last year's event was canceled due to COVID-19. None of those Penn State teams, however, will resemble the 10-man lineup the Nittany Lions roll out for the two-day Big Ten Championships that begin today at the Bryce Jordan Center.