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Local roundup: Lycoming women lose to Stevens Institute of Technology 68-35

Freshman Meghan Dufner led the Lycoming College women’s basketball team with nine points and six rebounds as Stevens Institute of Technology managed a 68-35 MAC Freedom win on Saturday.

Sophomore Allison Butler put another six points on the board for the Warriors (1-6 overall, 0-1 MAC Freedom), as well as recording six rebounds and two steals. She hit 4 for 5 free throws.

Dufner kicked off the scoring for the Warriors on a 3-pointer to cut the Ducks’ opening six-point lead in half. With the help of five 3-point shots, Stevens scored 36 points in the first half, ending the second quarter ahead, 36-13.

First-year Mya Wetzel opened the fourth quarter with a 3-pointer, as she was one of nine Warriors to score in the game. Both sophomore Cathryn Brought, a Wellsboro graduate, and sophomore Jessica Shaver each added four points. Brought managed a team-best seven rebounds.

Behind three players in double figures, Lock Haven used a second-half surge to roll past the visiting Mercyhurst, 64-55.

The win was Lock Haven’s second in a row over the Lakers and equals the program’s 4-1 start from the 2018-19 season.

Lock Haven got on the board first and took a 7-6 lead with 4:07 to go in the first frame off of a layup from Jaynelle Robinson, a Williamsport graduate. Mercyhurst regained the lead in a back-and-forth quarter and used an 8-0 run to push the Lakers lead to 14-7 late in the opening quarter. Robinson knocked down a free throw to finalize the first quarter scoring as the Bald Eagles trailed by six after 10 minutes of play.

A strong late-game shooting performance from senior Sydney Reed brought Mansfield to a 53-46 victory over Edinboro. The win marks Mansfield’s first triumph over the Fighting Scots since 2007.

The Mounties (2-4 overall) dominated the offensive boards 14-6 against the Fighting Scots and outscored from three-point range to get their first conference victory of the season.

The Mounties struggled from the field to open the game and ended the first quarter down six points to the Fighting Scots. Offensive woes continued through the second quarter, but the Mounties kept the game close by holding Edinboro to 0 of 5 3-point shooting within the period.

Penn College lost a close game with St. Mary’s of Maryland, 55-50. Rachel Teats led Penn College with 14 points and Jersey Shore graduate Aubrey Stetts scored 10 points. Ja’Quela Dyer had a team-high 13 rebounds and nearly had a double-double as she scored eight points.

Loyalsock graduate Cassi Kuhns added six points.

Junior DeAundre Manuel posted a team-season-high 22 points and nine rebounds to lead the Lycoming College men’s basketball team, which fell victim to a second-half run from Stevens Institute of Technology, which posted a 77-65 win in MAC Freedom play.

Manuel hit 9 of 16 shooting as he notched a new career-high in points. Senior Matt Ilodigwe posted 18 points and hit four 3-pointers and sophomore Steven Hamilton added 15 points, as he hit all five of his field goal attempts and both his free throws, four assists and two steals. Junior Dyson Harward added 10 rebounds, the third straight game that he reached double figures in the category. Harward also posted four steals.

The Warriors (4-4 overall, 0-1 MAC Freedom) shot 43% (26 of 61) from the field, while Stevens (4-3 overall, 2-0 MAC Freedom) shot 47% (28 of 60) and notably 48% (11 of 23) from 3-point range.

Andrew Funk scored 28 points and Josh Adoh finished with a career-high 15, but Bucknell couldn’t match hot-shooting Hofstra and fell 88-69.

Hofstra (5-4) started the game 1 for 13 from the 3-point arc but went 12 for 19 after that, and the hosts shot 58.1% overall to win its fourth game in a row. Oregon transfer Aaron Estrada led the Pride with 24 points and six assists, while NJIT transfer Zach Cooks had 19 points. Rhode Island transfer Omar Silverio came off the bench to hit four treys and score 16 points.

Jake van der Heijden also reached double figures for Bucknell with 10 points, and Andre Screen came off the bench to tally seven points, six rebounds and a career-high six assists. The Bison shot 48.1% overall, including 12 for 27 from the arc, and had 19 assists on 24 made field goals.

Lock Haven battled with the third-ranked Mercyhurst, but couldn’t storm back in the end, falling by an 87-74.

The loss ended a four-game, season-opening winning streak for the Bald Eagles, which was its longest since 1993-94.

Both teams traded threes to start the game before Mercyhurst gained an early 9-6 lead early in the first half. Dymir Montague and MarkAnthony Fidelis got the scoring started for Lock Haven early in the contest with matching three-pointers from the wing.

Penn College fell to St. Mary’s of Maryland, 68-39. The Wildcats (1-6) fell behind at the half, 30-19 and were outscored 38-20 in the second half.

Penn College’s Jesse White had a 10-point performance to lead the Wildcats. Obens Luxamaa added nine.

St. Mary’s was led by Cameron Rucker’s 16 points and Jordan Goodwin’s 13.

Junior Connor Fulmer ran his winning streak to 17 matches as he once again cruised through a heavyweight bracket at a large tournament to take his third title at 285 pounds of the year to lead the Lycoming College wrestling team, which had five placewinners and finished seventh at the Ohio Northern Invitational.

Fulmer went 5-0 to take his third tournament of the year, with the win today joining wins at the Washington & Jefferson Invitational and the Penn College Wildcat Invitational. First-year 125-pounder Kaden Majcher, a Warrior Run graduate, and sophomore 197-pounder Gable Crebs, a Montoursville graduate, each took third, junior 125-pounder Garrett Lee took fifth and sophomore 141-pounder Wiley Kahler finished sixth.

Fulmer, seeded third in the tournament, opened his run with a pin of Hiram’s Isaac DeVault in 1:16 before he posted an 8-0 major decision over Mount St. Joseph’s Michael Addis to reach the quarterfinals, where he added an identical 8-0 major against Ohio Northern’s Ben DePrest. He followed with a pin of Mount St. Joseph’s Bradley Smith to reach the finals, where he was winning 7-2 over Robert Melise of Dubuque, who was forced to retire due to an injury.

Majcher went 4-1 en route to his third-place finish at 125. He posted a 16-2 major decision over Trine’s Bryce Timm before adding an 8-1 win over Adrian’s Colton Weimer to reach the semifinals, where Dubuque’s Cade Hornback, listed as honorable mention by d3wrestle.com, notched a narrow 6-5 win. Majcher rebounded with a 6-3 win over teammate Lee and followed that with a first-period pin of Colin Mellott of Ohio Northern in the third-place match.

The Lock Haven University men’s wrestling team lost to No. 22 Lehigh, 37-3. Lock Haven surrendered a forfeit at 125 pounds before the match’s most thrilling bout at 133 pounds.

Gable Strickland met up with No. 22 Malyke Hines. After the first period, Strickland found himself in a 6-1 hole while Hines racked up 2:45 in riding time.

In the second period, a pair of penalty points were awarded to Strickland for locked hands as the Benton native started to carve away at the deficit. Strickland picked up a third-period escape to bridge the gap to 6-4.

Strickland picked up an escape and a takedown before Hines clawed back and escaped to bring the match back to neutral late in the matchup. From there, Strickland used a quick takedown and put Hines on his back to score the six-point move and take the lead at a 13-10 margin. Hines added a late escape and riding time bonus, but it wasn’t enough as Strickland turned in the biggest victory of his young Bald Eagles career with a 13-12 win. On Strickland’s win, Lock Haven trimmed the Lehigh lead to 6-3.

The Lock Haven women’s wrestling team picked up a 33-11 win against No. 11 Sacred Heart and won two of three contested bouts. The Bald Eagles followed it up with a historic win with a 29-19 victory over No. 14 New Jersey City.

The wins are the first two in program history under coach Ronnie Perry.

Madison Matta earned a 7-1 decision win at 109 pounds against Sacred Heart. Jessica Johnson, ranked No. 8, won by fall at 155 in 5 minutes, 12 seconds

At the Wooster Invitational, Lock Haven got started strong when Madison Griffin finished 11th in the 200-yard back stroke prelims with a time of 2:19.66. Lily Arledge also finished strong as she swam into a 13th place finish for the Bald Eagles with a time of 2:45.21 in the 200-yard breaststroke prelims.

Kacey Berardinelli turned in a 13th place finish in the 200-yard breaststroke with a time of (time). Alredge finished just two spots behind her in 15th with a time of 2:47.48.

The Lock Haven University women’s track and field powered their way to four Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championship qualifying marks at the Bucknell Bison Opener.

Riyana Owens highlighted the action for LHU as she improved on two of her own school records this weekend. She opened the day by tying her own school record in the 60m dash with a 7.73 second mark. She returned in the finals to run a blazing 7.70 and finish third overall. She narrowly missed a NCAA DII provisional mark by .03 seconds, but did notch the school record for the second time of the day and a PSAC qualifying-mark.

Billie Jo Bollinger ran a 9.40 in the 60-meter hurdles to finish sixth. Karina Long took third in the long jump (5.58 meters). Megan Manglaviti joined her as a PSAC qualifier with a hammer throw of 14.14 meters.

The Lock Haven University men’s indoor track and field team returned to the track for the first time since the 2017 Indoor Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Championships. Sophomore stand-out Ryan Miller led the day for LHU.

Miller was electric in his first start of the season. His 50.47 run in the 400m earned him a second-place finish and his first PSAC automatic-qualifying mark of the season. Naturally, he followed that performance with a win in the 300m and finished in 36.1. That mark is an LHU top-10 time.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Stevens 68, Lycoming 35

LYCOMING (1-7)

Jessica Shaver 2-3 0-0 4; Allison Butler 2-6 2-6 6; Meghan Dufner 2-11 4-5 9; Ashley Yoh 1-3 0-0 2; Sophie Pelton 1-3 1-4 3; Mya Wetzel 1-6 0-0 3; Emily Lockard 0-2 0-0 0; Alyssa Zorbaugh 0-1 2-2 2; Mia Rudalavage 0-4 0-0 0; Cathryn Brought 2-7 0-0 4; Jillian Pumputis 0-5 0-0 0; Francine Bacon 1-4 0-0 2; Sarah Lanphear 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 12-55 9-17 35.

STEVENS (7-1)

Jess Broad 4-10 2-2 10; Meghan Douglas 2-8 0-2 4; Vanessa Elliott 2-4 0-0 5; Allie Moss 6-11 0-0 13; Danielle Cornetta 3-10 0-0 6; Elssa Nsenkyire 1-6 1-3 3; Keeley Coval 1-3 0-0 3; Amber Porrett 2-3 1-2 5; Lucy Alberici 7-10 0-0 16; Ashlynn Barry 1-4 0-0 2; Kaitlyn Rothwell 0-1 1-2 1; Anika Damera 0-1 0-0 0; Mikayla Rutgers 0-2 0-0 0; Riley Sikorski 0-0 0-0 0; Caitlin Barry 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 29-73 5-11 68.

Lycoming 7 6 8 14 – 35

Stevens 19 17 18 14 – 68

3-point goals: Lycoming 2-17 (Dufner 1-4, Wetzel 1-5, Butler 0-1, Rudalavage 0-2, Brought 0-2, Pumputis 0-3), Stevens 5-13 (Alberici 2-3, Coval 1-2, Moss 1-2, Elliott 1-2, Broad 0-1, Barry 0-3). Fouled out: Lycoming-none; Stevens-none. Rebounds: Lycoming 44 (Brought 7), Stevens 47 (Broad 14). Assists: Lycoming 3 (Butler 1, Dufner 1, Pelton 1), Stevens 16 (Moss 5). Technical fouls: Lycoming-none; Stevens-none.

Total fouls: Lycoming 15, Stevens 22. A: 115.

Lock Haven 64, Mercyhurst 55

MERCYHURST (1-6)

Grace Centrulla 10-15 3-4 27; Meghan Komendarek 4-12 3-4 12; Jayde Boyd 2-7 2-2 6; Emily Shopene 2-5 0-0 4; Julia Buchman 2-8 0-0 4; Paige Woodford 0-1 2-2 2; Grace Clary 0-3 0-0 0; Carrie Jornlin 0-4 0-0 0; Lauren Klaire 0-1 0-0 0; Ava Waid 0-0 0-0 0; Brittini Martin 0-0 0-0 0; Emma McDermott 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 20-57 10-12 55.

LOCK HAVEN (4-1)

Ahnera Parker 4-15 4-6 12; Brooke Lawyer 3-12 4-6 11; Jackie Fetsko 2-7 4-7 8; Nadia Romanchock 2-6 0-0 6; Carly Fitzmorris 0-3 3-4 3; Jaynelle Robinson 6-12 4-10 16; Adaliz Corbin 1-3 2-2 4; Audrey Weigl 2-3 0-0 4. Totals 20-61 21-35 64.

Mercyhurst 14 12 15 14 – 55

Lock Haven 8 13 21 22 – 64

3-point goals: Mercyhurst 5-23 (Centrulla 4-6; Komendarek 1-2; Klare 0-1; Woodford 0-1; Boyd 0-1, Jornlin 0-2, Clary 0-2, Shopene 0-3), LHU 3-14 (Romanchock 2-5, Lawyer 1-7, Parker 0-2). Fouled out: Mercyhurst-Komendarek, Buchman; LHU-none. Rebounds: Mercyhurst 41 (Boyd 9, Shopene 9), LHU 42 (Parker 11). Assists: Mercyhurst 17 (Boyd 6), LHU 14 (Fitzmorris 7). Technical fouls: Mercyhurst-none; LHU-none. Total fouls: Mercyhurst 28, LHU 14. A: 109.

Mansfield 53, Edinboro 46

EDINBORO (3-2)

Haley Sims 5-13 2-2 14; Gillian Fisher 6-15 0-2 13; Monica Brown 2-4 2-2 7; Ashten Boggs 2-7 3-4 7; Rana Elhusseini 0-3 1-2 1; Lauren Mullen 2-3 0-0 4; Macie Jarrett 0-1 0-0 0; Emily Thompson 0-0 0-0 0; Jada Whaley 0-0 0-0 0; Jenna Babay 0-0 0-2 0; Brooke Hickman 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 17-46 8-14 46.

MANSFIELD (2-5)

Sydney Reed 5-13 1-2 16; Kira Merritt 5-13 2-2 15; Paige Whitfield 2-13 2-4 7; Logan Nutt 3-6 1-2 7; Jasmine HIlton 0-3 2-2 2; Alivia Paeglow 2-5 0-0 4; Kayla Cincilla 1-2 0-0 2; Kristen Fulford 0-3 0-0 0; Emilie Leidig 0-2 0-0 0; Kenedy Stroup 0-1 0-0 0; Bella Skatell 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 18-62 8-12 52.

Edinboro 16 8 14 8 – 46

Mansifeld 10 9 17 17 – 53

3-point goals: Edinboro 4-14 (Sims 2-6, Fisher 1-2, Brown 1-3, Boggs 0-1, Elhusseini 0-1, Jarrett 0-1), MU 9-30 (Reed 5-11, Merritt 3-10, Whitfield 1-5, Cincilla 0-1, HIlton 0-1, Leidig 0-2). Fouled out: Edinboro-none; MU-none. Rebounds: Edinboro 39 (Sims 10, Fisher 10), MU 41 (Whitfield 8, Hilton 8). Assists: Edinboro 12 (Elhusseini 5), MU 17 (Reed 5, Whitfield 5). Technical fouls: Edinboro-none; MU-none.

Total fouls: Edinboro 18, MU 15. A: 184.

St. Mary’s 55, Penn College 50

ST. MARY’s (3-4-)

Karon Williams 5-18 5-8 16; Stephanie Howell 4-11 3-6 11; Cassidy Kupshinskas 5-14 0-0 11; Rachel manning 1-3 0-0 2; Amira Whitaker 0-1 2-2 2; Chyna Landon 2-8 3-4 8; Kendra Stamper 1-7 0-2 3; Cameron Mangold 0-1 2-4 2; Madalyn Jones 0-0 0-0 0; Katelyn Kluh 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 18-63 15-26 55.

PENN COLLEGE (1-6)

Rachel Teats 4-7 5-6 14; Aubrey Stetts 5-17 0-2 10; Ja’Quela Dyer 4-7 0-0 8; Cassi Kuhns 2-4 2-2 6; Allie Troup 1-5 1-2 4; Maci Ilgen 2-6 1-2 5; Makya Shadle 1-3 0-0 2; Emily Pardee 0-0 1-2 1; Kayleigh Miller 0-2 0-0 0; Shelby Pyatt 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 19-53 10-16 50.

St. Mary’s 21 10 12 12 – 55

Penn College 14 16 10 10 – 50

3-point goals: SM 4-15 (Williams 1-7, Kupshinskas 1-2, Landon 1-2, Stamper 1-2, Whitaker 0-1, Manning 0-1), PCT 2-11 (Teats 1-3, Troup 1-2, Shadle 0-1, Stetts 0-1, Ilgen 0-2, Miller 0-2). Fouled out: SM-none; PCT-none. Rebounds: SM 35 (Howell 9), PCT 41 (Dyer 13). Assists: SM 10 (Williams 5), PCT 11 (Teats 3, Dyer 3). Technical fouls: SM-none; PCT-none. Total fouls: SM 19, PCT 20. A: 78.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Stevens 77, Lycoming 65

LYCOMING (4-4)

Jon-Marc Florez-Diaz 1-5 0-0 2; DeAundre Manuel 9-16 4-6 22; Dyson Harward 2-11 0-0 4; Steven Hamilton 5-5 2-2 15; Matt Ilodigwe 7-14 0-0 18; Tobias Walden Jr. 0-3 0-0 0; Mavin James 2-5 0-0 0; Bernard Rogers 0-1 0-0 0; Luke Finkbeiner 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 26-61 6-8 65.

STEVENS (4-3)

Jack Spellman 5-8 2-2 13; Alec DiPietrantonio 2-3 0-2 4; Matt LaCorte 6-9 0-0 16; Conor Coffey 6-11 3-4 17; Matt Crowley 3-11 3-5 9; Mike Goodall 2-5 2-2 7; Maguire Sweeney 2-7 0-0 6; Brett Bischoping 2-4 0-0 5; David Dixon 0-1 0-0 0; Andrew Abujawdeh 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 28-60 10-15 77.

Halftime: Stevens, 42-32. 3-point goals: Lycoming 7-30 (Ilodigwe 4-11; Hamilton 3-3; James 0-1; Rogers 0-1; Finkbeiner 0-1; Flores-Diaz 0-2; Manuel 0-2; Walden Jr. 0-2; Harward 0-7), Stevens 11-23 (LaCorte 4-5; Coffey 2-4; Sweeney 2-5; Goodall 1-2; Spellman 1-3; Bischoping 1-1; Dixon 0-1; Crowley 0-2). Fouled out: Lycoming-none; Stevens-none. Rebounds: Lycoming 34 (Harward 10), Stevens 35 (Spellman 12). Assists: Lycoming 15 (Hamilton 4), Stevens 22 (Coffey 6). Technical fouls: Lycoming-none; Stevens-none. Total fouls: Lycoming 14, Stevens 12. A: 174.

Mercyhurst 87, Lock Haven 74

MERCYHURST (7-0)

Steve Cannady 8-14 0-0 21; Cameron Gross 9-13 1-1 19; MiyKah McIntosh 4-14 2-2 12; Nicholas Lang 4-5 2-2 12; Michael Bradley 0-9 6-6 6; Jeff Planutis 3-7 3-3 9; Aidan Reichert 3-6 2-2 8; Pipeloluwa Ajayi 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 31-68 16-16 87.

LOCK HAVEN (4-1)

Dymir Montague 6-11 3-4 19; MarkAnthony Fidelis 7-18 2-2 19; Eli Washington 3-11 6-6 14; Jesse McPherson 3-6 4-5 10; Adam Freese 1-4 0-0 3; James Price 1-2 2-2 4; DaQuan Granberry 1-6 1-1 3; Isaiah Stewart 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 23-59 18-20 74.

Halftime: Mercyhurst, 40-28.

3-point goals: Mercyhurst 9-27 (Cannady 5-9, McIntosh 2-9, Lang 2-2, Reichert 0-1, Palnutis 0-2, Bradley 0-2, Gross 0-2), LHU 10-26 (Montague 4-7, Fidelis 3-8, Washington 2-5, Freese 1-4, Granberry 0-2). Fouled out: Mercyhurst-Gross, Lang; LHU-none. Rebounds: Mercyhurst 33 (Gross 10), LHU 41 (Montague 8, Fidelis 8). Assists: Mercyhurst 18 (Bradley 6), LHU 17 (Montague 6). Technical fouls: Mercyhurst-none; LHU-none. Total fouls: Mercyhurst 20, LHU 15. A: 293.

St. Mary’s 68, Penn College 39

ST. MARY’S (2-4)

Cameron Rucker 7-14 0-0 16; Gary Grant 4-6 3-4 11; Elijah Crawford 3-8 3-3 10; Olumide Lewis 3-9 1-4 8; Kendahl Toft 0-0 0-0 0; Jordan Goodwin 5-9 2-2 13; Nazareth Fisher 2-5 1-3 5; Seth Jones 1-3 0-0 2; James Quinn 1-1 0-0 2; Isaiah Eggleston 0-0 0-0 0; Ryan Holliday 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 26-56 10-16 67.

PENN COLLEGE (1-6)

Jesse White 3-8 4-6 10; Gavin Barrett 1-8 2-4 5; Will Sulesky 2-4 1-2 5; Chris Coyne 2-5 0-0 4; Max Jackowsky 0-5 0-0 0; Obens Luxama 3-5 2-2 9; Corey Blackwell 1-7 0-0 3; David Brown 1-4 0-0 2; Michael Woolridge 0-1 1-2 1; Chris Cespedes 0-1 0-0 0; Christian Chandler 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 13-48 10-16 39.

Halftime: St. Mary’s 30-19.

3-point goals: SM 5-14 (Rucker 2-5, Crawford 1-1, Lewis 1-3, Goodwin 1-4, Holliday 0-1), PCT 3-21 (Blackwell 1-5, Luxama 1-3, Barrett 1-6, White 0-1, Sulesky 0-1, Brown 0-1, Cespedes 0-1, Jackowsky 0-3). Fouled out: SM-none; PCT-none. Rebounds: SM 34 (Grant 13), PCT 32 (Sulesky 8). Assists: SM 9 (Lewis 3), PCT 8 (Barrett 3). Technical fouls: SM-none; PCT-none.

Total fouls: SM 10, PCT 15. A: 98.

COLLEGE WRESTLING

OHIO NORTHERN INVITATIONAL

Team scors: 1. Olivet College, 160.5; 2. Ohio Northern University, 144.0; 3. Adrian College, 142.;5 4. Otterbein, 12.0; 5. University of Dubuque, 120.5; 6. Heidelberg UNiversity, 106.0; 7. Lycoming, 98.0; 8. Tiffin, 85.0; 9. Trine, 59.5; 10. Alma College, 50.5; 11. Mount St. Joseph, 44.0; 12. Ohio Wesleyan, 43.5; 13. Muskingum, 42.0; 14. Wilmington, 38.5; 15. Hiram College, 25.5; 16. Defiance College, 25.0.

(Lycoming results)

125 pounds

Champ. Round 2: Kaden Majcer (Lyco) maj. dec. Bryce Trimm (Trine), 16-2. Quarterfinals: Majcher dec. Colton Weimer (Adrian), 8-1. Semifinal: Cade Hornback (Dubuque) dec. Majcher, 6-5. Consolation semi: Majcher dec. Garrett Lee (Lycoming), 6-3. Third-place match: Majcher pinned Colin Mellott (Ohio Northern), 2:18.

125

Champ. Round 2: Garrett Lee (Lyco) pinned Chase Nelson (Otterbein), 0:59. Quarterfinal: Harrison Hadley (Heidelberg) dec. Lee, 10-9. Cons. Round 4: Lee pinned Bryce Trimm (Trine), 3:57. Cons. Round 5: Lee pinned Hunter Heck (Musingum), 1:55. Consolation semi: Kaden Majcher (Lyco) dec. Lee, 6-3. Fifth-place match: Lee win by medical forfeit over COlton Weimer (Adrian).

133

Champ. Round 1: Thomas Conselyea (Lyco) win by forfeit. Champ. Round 2: Dylan Phelps (Olivet) tech fall Conselyea, 17-2. Cons. Round 2: Conselyea via bye. Cons. Round 3: Conselyea tech fall Tamas Eder (Otterbein), 17-2. Cons. Round 4: Brandon D’Egidio (Heidelberg) by inj. default over Conselyea, 0:30.

141

Champ Round 1. Wiley Kahler (Lyco) tech fall Kliever Joseph, 16-1. Champ Round 2: Reese Wallis (Olivet) pinned Kahler, 6:05. Cons. Round 2: Kahler dec. Chase Chapman (Lyco), 9-2. Cons. Round 3: Kahler maj. dec. Cale Horsch (Heidelberg), 10-1. Cons. Round 4: Kahler dec. Tanner Donathan (Muskingum), 8-2. Cons. Round 5: Kahler dec. Joey Buckland (Otterbein), 11-8. Consolation semi: Zachary Platte (Adrian) won by no contest. Fifth-place match: Tyler Herrema (Olivet) won by no contest.

141

Champ Round 1: Jacob Reed (Ohio Northern) pinned Chase Chapman (Lyco), 4:15. Cons. Round 1: Chapman maj. dec. Jay Schaull (Olivet), 11-3. Cons. Round 2: Wiley Kahler (Lyco) dec. Chapman, 9-2.

157

Champ Round 2: Ramiro Guerrero (Olivet) dec. Logan Bartlett (Lyco), 11-4. Cons. Round 2: Bartlett pinned Dylan Croisant (Dubuque), 5:29. Cons. Round 3: Bartlett pinned Joe Connor (Ohio Wesleyan), 2:41. Cons. Round 4: Jaye Kuehnlein (Alma College), maj. dec. Logan Bartlett, 9-1.

165

Champ Round 1: Cale Callahan (Otterbein) maj. dec. Preston Rogers (Lyco), 10-2. Cons. Round 2: Rogers by forfeit over Nick Machuca (Ohio Northern). Cons. Round 2: Rogers dec. Brenden Kurtze (Alma College), 7-2. Cons. Round 3: Carter Layton (Muskingum) pinned Rogers, 2:35.

165

Champ Round 1: Samuel Lofaso III (Tiffin) pinned Hunter Charles (Lyco), 2:38. Cons. Round 1: Trenton DiGenova (Adrian) pinned Charles, 0:52.

174

Champ Round 1: Joseph Garcia (Lyco) tech fall Denver Kosch (MUskingum), 22-7. Champ Round 2: Kyle De Moss (Otterbein) pinned Garcia, 6:33. Cons. Round 2: Garcia tech fall Brady Walsh (Ohio Wesleyan), 16-0. Cons. Round 3: John Browning (Trine) pinned Garcia, 1:01.

184

Champ Round 1: Ross Eggleston (Ohio Welseyan) dec. Peter Kenny (Lyco), 11-4. Cons. Round 1: Kenny pinned Kairos Norman (Adrian), 2:12. Cons. Round 2: Adam Myers (Ohio Northern) dec. Peter Kenny, 4-2.

184

Champ Round 1: Matthew Knapp (Lyco) win by forfeit over Kaleb Gelter (Mount St. Joseph). Champ Round 2: Blake Williams (Adrian) pinned Knapp, 1:46. Cons. Round 2: Terrin Rackouski (Dubuque) pinned Knapp, 5:00.

197

Champ Round 1: Joshua Pasco (Adrian) maj. dec. Jacob Davis (Lyco), 17-3. Cons. Round 1: Davis via bye. Cons. Round 2: Lucas Zywicki (Adrian) pinned Davis, 6:01.

197

Champ Round 2: Gable Crebs (Lyco) pinned Lucas Zywicki (Adrian), 1:17. Quarterfinal: Crebs via medical forfeit win. Semifinal: Dylan Wellbaum (Adrian) dec. Crebs, 14-7. Consolation semifinal: Crebs pinned Nathaniel Armstrong (Mount St. Joseph), 1:28. Third-place match: Crebs won via no contest over Cameron Sauerwein (Mount St. JOseph).

285

Champ Round 1: Robert West (Lyco) pinned Brodie Stevens (Ohio Northern), 6:24. Champ Round 2: David Henson (Tiffin) maj. dec. West, 15-3. Cons. Round 2: West via inj. default victory. Cons. Round 3: Billy Reed-Bodey (Otterbein) SV-1 over West, 5-1.

285

Champ Round 1. John Fulmer (Lyco) pinned Isaac DeVault (Hiram), 1:16. Champ Round 2: Fulmer maj. dec. Michael Addis (Mount St. Joseph), 8-0. Quarterfinal: Fulmer maj. dec. Ben DePrest (Ohio Northern), 8-0. Semifinal: Fulmer pinned Bradley Smith (Mount St. Joseph), 1:21. First-place match: Fulmer win via medical forfeit over Robert Melise (Dubuque).

No. 22 Lehigh 37, Lock Haven 3

125: No. 14 Jaret Lane (L) by forfeit. 133: Gable Strickland (LHU) dec. No. 22 Malyke Hines, 13-12. 141: Connor McGonagle (L) dec. Nick Stonecheck, 6-3. 149: Manzona Bryant (L) maj. dec. DaShawn Farber, 15-4. 157: No. 10 Josh Humphreys (L) pinned No. 33 Ben Barton, 2:07. 165: No. 27 Brian Meyer (L) dec. Ashton Eyler, 6-5. 174: Jake Logan (L) dec. Tyler Stoltzfuz, 5-4. 184: AJ Burkhart (L) dec. Thomas Dressler, 9-3. 197: JT Davis (L) dec. Parker McClellan, 5-0. 285: No. 10 JOrdan Wood (L) by forfeit.

WOMEN’S WRESTLING

Lock Haven 33, Sacred Heart 11

101: Sammi Reitnour (LHU) by forfeit. 109: Madison Packer (LHU) by forfeit. 116: Carly Gross (LHU) by forfeit. 123: Mackenzie DelVecchio (LHU) by forfeit. 130: Lily Sherer (LHU) by forfeit. 136: Madison Matta (LHU) dec. Savannah Vanse, 7-1. 143: Tays Pascual (SHU) by forfeit. 155: No. 8 Jessica Johnson (LHU) pinned No. 5 Madison Sandquist, 5:12. 170: No contest. 191: No. 6 Ashley Reed (SHU) pinned Lacey Hums, 1:48.

Lock Haven 29, New Jersey City 19

101: Samantha Reitnour (LHU) by forfeit. 109: Madison Packer (LHU) by forfeit. 116: Alayna Gil (LHU) tech fall Victoria Devoto, 1:07. 123: Mackenzie DelVecchio (LHU) by forfeit. 130: No. 5 Naomi Henry (NJC) tech fall Lily Sherer, 5:10. 136: Madison Matta (LHU) pinned Kayla Zeppetelli, 5:27. 143: Lockslea Mayers (NJC) by forfeit. 155: No. 8 Jessica Johnson (LHU) by forfeit. 170: Evie Tahmazian (NJC) by forfeit. 191: No. 7 Sandy Guerrero (NJC) pinned Lacey Hums, 0:30.

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