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Wildcats Edged out By DuBois 27-19
DUBOIS, Pa. – Freshman Troy Leid (Terre Hill) recorded a fall at 157 for the Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestling team as it competed in its first Penn State University Athletic Conference match of the year against Penn State DuBois. The Wildcats were just edged out losing 27-19 despite winning five bouts. Leid recorded the fall against Ty Haines at just 1:36. With the loss, Penn College falls to 0-4 overall and 0-1 in the PSUAC.
DuBois jumped out to an 18-0 lead taking the first four matches that included a fall and technical fall. Leid’s pin ended the run helping swing momentum as freshman Taylor Porter (Milton) followed at 165 with a 10-2 major decision over Jake Himes. Freshman Joe Champluvier (Laceyville) made it 18-3 taking down Joe Knarr in a 16-9 decision at 174.
After the Lions made it 27-13 with wins at 184 and 197, freshman Patrick Fitzgerald (Port Royal) pulled out a 4-3 overtime win at 235 to down Tim Suydan. At 285, freshman Nicholas Reber (Hamburg) closed out the match with a 2-1 decision over Andrew Bigley.
Next up, Penn College hosts Muhlenberg College on Saturday, Nov. 16 for a 1 p.m. match.
125. Paul Hetrick PSUD wins by Fall 4:57 over Dalton Deimler PC 6-0
133. Ben Fordoski PSUD wins by Tech Fall 18-2 over Aaron Doll PC 11-0
141. Michael Bonner PSUD wins by Maj.Dec. 18-7 over Randall Janowitz PC 15-0
149. Garrett Hildebrand PSUD wins by Dec. 7-1 over Kyle Sunseri PC 18-0
157. Troy Leid PC wins by Fall 1:36 over Ty Haines PSUD 18-6
165. Taylor Porter PC wins by Maj. Dec 10-2 over Jake Himes PSUD 18-10
174. Joe Champluvier PC wins by dec. 16-9 over Joe Knarr PSUD 18-13
184. Ryan Terwilliger PSUD wins SV(OT) 10-8 over Daniel Frankenfield PC 21-13
197. Nate Rodgers PSUD wins by Forfeit 27-13
235. Pat Fitzgerald PC wins 4-3 RO (OT) over Tim Suydan PSUD 27-16
285. Nick Reber PC wins by dec. 2-1 over Andrew Bigley PSUD 27-19
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