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Photo Gallery: Wrestling Tournament at Fox Chapel High School

| Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, 11:03 a.m.
Enzo Zottola, 10, (left) from Shaler shakes hands after his match against Fox Chapel wrestler Adam Morris at the Fox Chapel Area High School.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Enzo Zottola, 10, (left) from Shaler shakes hands after his match against Fox Chapel wrestler Adam Morris at the Fox Chapel Area High School.
Seven year old Fox Chapel wrestler Marco Pistella pins Shalers Logan Wierzbinski during their second match at Fox Chapel Area High School.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Seven year old Fox Chapel wrestler Marco Pistella pins Shalers Logan Wierzbinski during their second match at Fox Chapel Area High School.
Shaler coach John Marak reacts on the sidelines during a match with his wrestler Enzo Zottola at Fox Chapel Area High School during a Dec. 18 tournament. Fox Chapel is one of 10 teams under the North Hills Youth Wrestling League.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Shaler coach John Marak reacts on the sidelines during a match with his wrestler Enzo Zottola at Fox Chapel Area High School during a Dec. 18 tournament. Fox Chapel is one of 10 teams under the North Hills Youth Wrestling League.
Shaler wrestlers play around on the sidelines between matches during a tournament at Fox Chapel Area High School last month.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune Review
Shaler wrestlers play around on the sidelines between matches during a tournament at Fox Chapel Area High School last month.
Fox Chapel’s Logan Shirk (left) takes on Shaler’s Carter Tunstall at a wrestling tournament held at Fox Chapel Area High School last month.
Fox Chapel’s Logan Shirk (left) takes on Shaler’s Carter Tunstall at a wrestling tournament held at Fox Chapel Area High School last month.

The North Hills Wrestling League held its weekly matchup on Dec. 18, at the Fox Chapel Area High School. Fox Chapel is one of 10 teams in the league.

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