Despite going 0-4 in championship bouts on Sunday afternoon at the Escape the Rock Tournament hosted by Council Rock South (Pa.) High School, No. 13 Bethlehem Catholic had enough success during the quarterfinal and semifinal rounds to hang on to a narrow victory over three other nationally ranked teams. The Hawks advanced seven of nine from the quarterfinals to the semifinals on Saturday evening, and then advanced four of seven from the semifinal to the final late Sunday morning.
Four of the nation's top seven teams convened at Bergen Catholic High School in New Jersey on Saturday afternoon. However, when all was said and done, it was the host Crusaders that ruled the day. Ranked No. 2 in the country entering the day, the certainly validated the status in their first two matches: a 34-24 (8-6 matches) victory over No. 6 Buchanan (Calif.) and a 41-22 (9-5) victory over No.
In a field of almost 80 schools, including four ranked among the InterMat Fab50 top high school teams, it was No. 10 Poway that dominated the proceedings at Temecula Valley (Calif.) High School this weekend. The Titans put a tournament high ten weight classes on the podium, including three champions, to amass 291.5 points. Those winning gold for Poway were Jacob Allen (120), Dominic Mata (152), and Nathan Tausch (182). Allen upset No.
This week in Ohio wrestling for me:
THUR - Wadsworth at Brecksville (6 PM JV, 7 PM VAR)
SAT - Graham at St. Edward (7 PM)
Other events to note:
TH-SA - OVAC Tournament at Wheeling (WV)
FR/SA - Hephner Invite at Austintown Fitch
SAT - Grizzly Invitationl at Wadsworth
Ohio's Mr. Football Joey Baughman, also a nationally ranked wrestler, commits to FCS (i.e. Division I-AA) Elon University to play football. Elon made the playoffs last year with a true freshman starter at the QB position, and had multiple true and RS FR backups to that QB.
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