|Pin power Golden Eagle Robbie Sellers has Hollidaysburg 125-pounder Jimmy Dalgarn in a lot of trouble at Tyrone on Thursday night. Sellers got the pin in 1:59 and Tyrone won the dual 45-30. (The Daily Herald/Mary Michaels)|
Hollidaysburg took the early lead in the Tyrone/Golden Tigers wrestling dual on Thursday evening, but the Eagles quickly turned the tables on Hollidaysburg, winning eight of the next nine weight classes on the way to a 45-30 triumph.
With the dual beginning at 215, Jacob Walls gave Hollidaysburg a 6-0 advantage by pinning Corey Barnhart (2-14) in 12 seconds of the second period.
Eagle heavyweight Dalaun Carroll began the turnaround by pinning Keenan Harklerode in 2:39 to tie the team score. After a scoreless opening period, Carroll (4-10) took Harklerode down, and turned him for the fall.
Ronnie Garbinsky (22-1) received a forfeit win at 103, to put the Eagles into a lead they never relinquished.
A. J. Schopp (23-2) used a first-period takedown and two-point nearfall, a penalty point in the second period, and a five-point reversal-nearfall in the third stanza for a 10-0 major decision over Steve Shiffler at 112. Chase Weaver (8-11) and Robbie Sellers (9-11) continued the string with a pair of first-period pins at 119, and 125. Weaver decked Dewey Dempsie in 1:25, while Sellers gave up the first takedown, before escaping and putting Jimmie Dalgarn on his back for the fall at 1:59.
At 130, Anthony Romano (21-5) made it nine in a row and 15 of his last 17 matches by shutting out Stefan Housum 7-0. In the third battle of the season between these two wrestlers, Romano improved to 2-1 to avenge a 4-2 loss at the Zeigler Tournament with a takedown in each of the first two stanzas, then a penalty point for a technical violation and two back points in the third period.
Hollidaysburg 135-pounder Evan McCaffrey pinned Cody Weaver (13-9) for the only points by the Tigers in the nine-match stretch.
At 140, James Weston (7-14) scored a first period takedown that was the difference in a 4-2 win over Derek Heisler, and the two wrestlers traded third-period reversals. Jeremy Barlett (15-6) collected a takedown, reversal and four sets of nearfall points to tech fall Damian Lascoli at 145, to push the Eagles’ lead to 39-12.
Tyrone forfeited to Daniel Albright at 151, and Golden Tiger Ryan Colmer pinned Cody Smith (1-16) in 0:25 at 160, before the teams ended the dual by exchanging falls.
At 171, Shayne Tate (18-5) pinned Austin Fradeneck in 2:16, before Shawn Flaugh pinned Dustin Weaver (0-19) in 0:54 at 189.
Tyrone won the junior high dual meet 68-27 in a match that had only six matches decided on the mat.
Tyler Osterhout (110) had the only pin. Corbin Nevling-Ray (138) won by tech fall, and Andrew Warrender (115), Caleb Snyder (130), and Derek Dasher won by regular decision.
Kirby Lawrence (250), Zack Brown (80), D.J. Wunder (85), Dylan Weston (90), Colton Weaver (95), Mark McMonigal (100), Michael Sleeth (105) and Christian Getz (122) won by forfeit.
In the only weight class won on the mat by Hollidaysburg, former Tyrone student Lukas McCloskey won a 7-2 decision.
Tyrone 45 Hollidaysburg 30
215 – Jacob Walls (H) pinned Corey Barnhart 2:12
285 – Dalaun Carroll (T) pinned Keenan Harklerode 2:39
103 – Ronnie Garbinsky (T) won by forfeit
112 – A. J. Schopp (T) maj. dec. Steve Shiffler 10-0
119 – Chase Weaver (T) pinned Dewey Dempsie 1:25
125 – Robbie Sellers (T) pinned Jimmy Dalgarn 1:59
130 – Anthony Romano (T) dec. Stefan Housum 7-0
135 – Evan McCaffrey (H) pinned Cody Weaver 1:59
140 – James Weston (T) dec. Derek Heisler 4-2
145 – Jeremy Barlett (T) tech fall Damian Lascoli 16-0, 5:01
152 – Daniel Albright (H) won by forfeit
160 – Ryan Colmer (H) pinned Cody Smith 0:25
171 – Shayne Tate (T) pinned Austin Fradeneck 2:16
189 – Shawn Flaugh (H) pinned Dustin Weaver 0:54
Tyrone 68 Hollidaysburg 27
165 – Matthew Millardo (H) won by forfeit
185 – Daniel Henderson (H) won by forfeit
210 – Matthew Barton (H) won by forfeit
250 – Kirby Lawrence (T) won by forfeit
75 – Lucas McCloskey (H) dec. Kaden Hunter 7-2
80 – Zack Brown (T) won by forfeit
85 – D.J. Wunder (T) won by forfeit
90 – Dylan Weston (T) won by forfeit
95 – Colton Weaver (T) won by forfeit
100 – Mark McMonigal (T) won by forfeit
105 – Michael Sleeth (T) won by forfeit
110 – Tyler Osterhout (T) pinned Brandon Soellner 0:51
115 – Andrew Warrender (T) dec. Dylan Weyant 6-1
122 – Christian Getz (T) won by forfeit
130 – Caleb Snyder (T) dec. Laret Miller 8-7
138 – Corbin Nevling-Ray (T) tech fall Vincent DeAngelo 18-3, 2:40
145 – Derek Dasher (T) dec. Conner Martin 8-3
155 – Devin Weyant (H) won by forfeit
250 – Joey Miller (T) pinned Matt Barton 2:56