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Franklin Regional youth wrestlers come up big at Kiski Area tournament

Patrick Varine
| Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018, 1:03 p.m.
Above, Franklin Regional youth wrestlers who competed at a Nov. 24, 2018, tournament at Kiski Area: Nate Iampietro, Beau Fennick, Joseph Depaolo, Connor Visnick, Michael Ruane, Kaydon Ferrel, Evan McManis, Jonny Dominiczak, Michael Spanbauer, Kellery Marryott. Not pictured, team member Chase Smith.
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Above, Franklin Regional youth wrestlers who competed at a Nov. 24, 2018, tournament at Kiski Area: Nate Iampietro, Beau Fennick, Joseph Depaolo, Connor Visnick, Michael Ruane, Kaydon Ferrel, Evan McManis, Jonny Dominiczak, Michael Spanbauer, Kellery Marryott. Not pictured, team member Chase Smith.

Eight of 11 Franklin Regional youth wrestlers came home with top-four finishes in their respective weight classes from a Nov. 24 tournament held over Thanksgiving weekend at Kiski Area High School.

First-place finishers included Nate Iampietro, Beau Fennick and Joseph Depaolo.

Connor Visnick finished in second place in his weight class.

Third-place finishers included Michael Ruane, Kaydon Ferrel and Evan McManis.

Jonny Dominiczak came home with a fourth-place finish.

For more, see the FR wrestling page at LeagueLineup.com — search for zip code 15668.

Patrick Varine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Patrick at 724-850-2862, pvarine@tribweb.com or via Twitter @MurrysvilleStar.

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