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By Staff Reports
Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014, 10:39 p.m.
 

Fourteen WPIAL wrestlers entered this season with more than 100 wins.

Eight more joined the Century Club before this weekend's tournaments — Waynesburg's AC Headlee (101 wins), North Hills' Jonathan Avon (102), South Fayette's Grant Fetchet (103), Chartiers-Houston's Richie McGinnis (106), Canon-McMillan's Dalton Macri (108), Valley's Pat Dewitt (108) and Terrell Fields (108) and Jefferson-Morgan's John Demaske (110).

Kittanning's Jason Nolf leads the Class of 2014 with 149 career victories. Others who entered their senior year with more than 100: Peters Township's Tyler Buckiso (114), Canon-McMillan's Solomon Chishko (111), North Allegheny's Dom Forys (138), Charleroi's Nick Gavazzi (104), South Side Beaver's Shane Gentry (128), Kiski Area's Shane Kuhn (124), Montour's Cole Macek (112), Jefferson-Morgan's Jason Miller (121), North Allegheny's Jesse Rodgers (107), Bentworth's Jake Rothka (110), Franklin Regional's Tyler Smith (123), Avella's Jake Temple (110) and Latrobe's Zack Zavatsky (138).

‘A' group of scorers

The top six scorers in WPIAL boys basketball play in Class A: Cornell's Dane Jackson (29.6 ppg), Western Beaver's Nick Miller (29.5), OLSH's Camoron Johnson (26.5), Vincentian's Ryan Wolf (26.5), Carmichaels' Brandon Lawless (26.1) and Mapletown's Dereck Riggleman (25.8).

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