One of his wrestlers had been feeling sick, and the Bulldogs’ first-year head coach gave him until the national anthem to decide whether he’d compete Wednesday night. He chose to suit up by that deadline. It didn’t result in an individual victory, but it was an example of the culture Swingle has been trying to inject into the Berwick wrestling program. Wins and losses are secondary to a commitment to improving. For the second time this season, Berwick was up to the challenge.
How does this championship feel compared to when you won your first as a freshman? It just feels more, like, extravagant in a way. It’s just building up as the years go on. What makes this three-year run possible? A lot of hard work. A lot of time spent in the room and a whole lot of dedication. And my parents are a big help, too. They just keep me motivated. What’s the biggest piece of advice you’ve gotten in wrestling? Keep your head up and things will come to you if you keep working hard.
LEHMAN TWP. — Shane O’Rourke didn’t get to put the finishing touches on a solid junior wrestling season. With one more season remaining in his Crestwood career, O’Rourke hasn’t slowed down in 2017-18. The Comets senior was relentless at the Wyoming Valley Conference wrestling tournament. Already facing a short day in a short-handed weight class, O’Rourke made his day go by even faster.
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