Elementary wrestlers excel at local tournaments
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The Connellsville elementary wrestlers continued to perform well at local tournaments.
North Star P.P.
Bryce Butler (85 pounds) finished first in the 10U division, and Matt Butler (120) finished first in the 12U division. Aaron Farris (70) took fourth in the 12U division.
Burrell Super Trophy
Bryce Butler (85) won the 10U division, and Chase Cramer (95) took second. William Bell (85) garnered second in the 12U division, and Andrew Cecil (135) took third. Nick Beneke (97) nabbed second in the 13-14 division.
Trent Kuhns (75) earned third in the 8U division, and Todd Brothers (heavyweight) took fourth in the 12U division.
Penn State College
Kyle Burkholder (50) took fourth in the 8U division.
Colby Mastowski (45) took top honors in the 6U division. Kyle Burkholder (45) and Jay Matthews (60) each took first in the 8U division. Zach Ardabell (87) won in the 15U division, and Brandon Umbel (117) took second. Corey Meier (112) took third, and Shawn Dewitt (102) earned fourth. Colton Dewitt (85) and Alex Knopsnider (95) each finished second in the 12U division. Gunnar Lynch (180) took third, and Robby Hardy (100) took fourth.
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