State picks

Tuscano’s PIAA Picks

Class AAA
103–1. Colton Shorts, Canon-McMillan, 2. Shane Peters, Clearfield, 3. Bill Rappo, Council Rock South, 4. Brett Marino, Bethleham Liberty
112–1. Connor Schram, Canon-McMillan, 2. Jordan Conaway, New Oxford, 3. Anthony Cabrera, Bethleham Liberty, 4. Godwin Nyama, Brashear
119–1. Corey Keener, Blue Mountain, 2. Tyson Dippery, Central Dauphin, 3. C.J. Palmer, Delaware Valley, 4. Derrick Nelson, Waynesburg
125–1. Nico Megaludis, Franklin Regional, 2. Zach McGinnis, Waynesburg, 3. Devin Lotito, Bethleham Liberty, 4. Jeremy Minich, Boyertown
130–1. Zach Horan, Nazareth, 2. Tanner Hough, Westmont-Hilltop, 3. Solomon Chishko, Canon-McMillan, 4. Cam Throckmorton, South West
135–1. Dan Neff, Solanco, 2. Joe Rizzolino, Easton, 3. Matt Rappo, Council Rock South, 4. Mason Popham, Unionville
140–1. Matt Martoccio, Council Rock South, 2. Matt Cimato, LaSalle, 3. Tyler Manion, Pgh. Central Catholic, 4. Mitch Minotti, Easton
145–1. Brian Brill, Central Mountain, 2. Nick Catalano, Canon-McMillan, 3. Eric Nutter, Pgh. Central Catholic, 4. Trey Duncan, Spring Grove
152–1. Chance Marsteller, Kennard-Dale, 2. Aaron McKinney, West Allegheny, 3. Lorenzo Thomas, Pgh. Central Catholic, 4. Mark Havers, Bradford
160–1. Jason Luster, Pgh. Central Catholic, 2. Mike Ottinger, Parkland, 3. Ryan Krecker, Nazareth, 4. Zach Thompson, Mechanicsburg
171–1. Nick Bonaccorsi, Bethel Park, 2. Neal Grudi, Spring Grove, 3. J.M. Staudenmayer, Plymouth Whitemarsh, 4. Cole Baxter, Butler
189–1. Ken Courts, Central Dauphin, 2. Josh Popple, Coughlin, 3. Jon Bolich, Upper Moreland, 4. Phil Sprenkle, Dallastown
215–1. Matt Idelson, Garnet Valley, 2. Joe Stolfi, Souderton, 3. Kyle McWreath, Trinity, 4. Tom Haines, Solanco
Hvy–1. Avery Robinson, Susquehanna, 2. Cody Klempay, Canon-McMillan, 3. Dawson Peck, Chambersburg, 4. Alec Glovna, Corry

Class AA
103–1. Jason Nolf, Kittanning, 2. Logan Everett, Williamson, 3. Darian Cruz, Bethlehem Catholic, 4. Zach Swarrow, Beth-Center
112–1. Zain Retherford, Line Mountain, 2. Nick Roberts, North Star, 3. Evan Link, Penn Cambria, 4. Zeke Moisey, Bethlehem Catholic
119–1. Jim Gulibon, Derry, 2. Randy Cruz, Bethlehem Catholic, 3. Nate Giorgio, Schuykill Valley, 4. Phil Elias, SS Academy
125–1. Mason Beckman, Reynolds, 2. Cody Wheeler, Towanda, 3. Geoff Alexander, SS Academy, 4. Ty Dively, Clayusburg-Kimmel
130–1. Colin Fought, Benton, 2. Dave Makara, Burrell, 3. Dylan D’Urso, Reynolds, 4. Laike Gardner, Biglerville
135–1. Ron Garbinsky, Tyrone, 2. Mike Racciato, Pen Argyl, 3. Jeremy Landowski, Burrell, 4. Adam Matthews, Reynolds
140–1. Luke Frey, Montoursville, 2. Travis Erdman, Line Mountain, 3. Travis Shaffer, Derry, 4. Austin Matthews, Reynolds
145–1. Nick Hodgkins, Wyomissing, 2. Zach Beitz, Juniata, 3. Michael Innes, Chartiers-Houston, 4. Cody Copeland, Greenville
152–1. Nick Carr, South Fayette, 2. Anthony Risaliti, Central Cambria, 3. Zach Strickland, Muncy, 4. Dylan Killian, Annville-Cleona
160–1. Cody Wiercioch, Charleroi, 2. Travis McKillop, Burrell, 3. Casey Fuller, Western Wayne, 4. Ty Gargano, Hickory
171–1. Nate Brown, Lewisburg, 2. Wes Phillips, Grove City, 3. Mike Cobb, Wyalusing, 4. Dakota Deslauriers, Burrell
189–1. Steve Ceremuga, Commodore Perry, 2. Ryan Hembury, Muncy, 3. Dave Kephart, Portage, 4. Jordan Kitta, Southmoreland
215–1. Eric Laytos, Lackawanna Trail, 2. Matt Mongera, Seneca. 3. Garth Lakitsky, Tamaqua, 4. Brian Beattie, Burrell
Hvy-1. John Rizzo, Richland, 2. Jeff Tarley, Beth-Center, 3. Joel Yahner, Brockway, 4. Wes Tillett, Shamokin


Anonymous Anonymous said...

kittas name is Jordan and Deslauries is from Burrell Joe. Cmon!!

Tuesday, March 08, 2011 7:25:00 AM  
Anonymous Brian Krenzelak said...

way to go Canon McMillan, this year six placers, next year even more...

Tuesday, March 08, 2011 7:29:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They haven't placed yet Coach K.

Tuesday, March 08, 2011 8:00:00 AM  
Anonymous coach k said...

i am just pumping them up thats all, I am very confident that all six can place.

Tuesday, March 08, 2011 2:07:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And if they don't place just recruit a couple of kids that do place at the tournament.

Tuesday, March 08, 2011 2:31:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey,Canon Mac.Stop winning so often.You're making other wrestlers want to be a part of your tradition.

Tuesday, March 08, 2011 3:33:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

cm will have 5 state champions. a new record. and wait till next year

Tuesday, March 08, 2011 4:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it would be nice to see but I don't think they will get 5 state champions. the PIAA tourney is a grind. I see two champs at best. shorts and schram have the best shot. the heavier you get, the more experience and strength you see.

Wednesday, March 09, 2011 5:29:00 PM  
Anonymous Palmer said...

First, recruiting happens and it is outrageous. Stand by your home town and your school! Second, I am routing for my nephew, Jeff Tarley, to bring a first place finish home to Beth-Center for the first time! He has the heart of a champion. A bull on the mat (nickname: El Toro Blanco)! Zach Swarrow is a great contender to place as well. He lost his first round, but he'll keep fighting! Best of luck to all wrestlers from our surrounding schools!

Thursday, March 10, 2011 11:57:00 AM  
Anonymous J.Dami said...

Anonymous says this, Anonymous says that.Please just be quiet. Didn`t your mother teach you any manners.Obviously not you hide your ID. You see the results so far. Not bad. No medals yet, but thats one hell of a start. 5 of 6. and Dario got a fall in 1st rd cons.Quit Hatin fellas Kids still gotta perform. Good luck all district 7 Wrestlers

Thursday, March 10, 2011 8:34:00 PM  

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