The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA


January 3, 2013

HS roundup: Shikellamy pins Midd-West on mats


SUNBURY — Jeremy Bacon’s pin at 285 pounds helped Shikellamy clinch a 47-23 Heartland-I victory over Midd-West on Thursday.

In addition to Bacon’s fall, Shikellamy (4-5 overall) also got pins from Tyler Hepler (120), Jared Brown (132) and John Rohrbach (160), plus a 19-2 technical fall from Tristan Paul (138).

Tanner Ebright (126) and Alex Leiberman (170) got pins for Midd-West.

“Rohrbach did a good job, Bacon did a great job getting a pin for us and (Jesse) Shambach did a good job after being down 5-0 and winning,” said Shikellamy coach John Supsic.

Central Columbia 38,

Warrior Run 19

TURBOTVILLE — The Blue Jays reeled off four straight wins between 132 and 152 pounds on two technical falls and a pin to take a 23-3 lead and the HAC-II victory.

For Warrior Run, Nick Rohm had a pin at 160 and Zack LeBarron had a major decision at 106.

Hughesville 51,

Danville 9

DANVILLE — The Ironmen only got three points on a decision from David Burke at 160 pounds to fall in the HAC-II matchup. Danville is 0-2 overall and in the division.

Halifax 43,

Line Mountain 33

MANDATA — The Wildcats were the recipients of six forfeits as they held on for the Tri-Valley League win. Out of the six wins for the Eagles, four came by way of pin: Cameron Newman (113), Seth Lansberry (152), Brendan Renn (170), Rayce Boyer (195).

Lewisburg 52,

Mount Carmel 12

MOUNT CARMEL — The match all but belonged to the Green Dragons as they picked up five pins en route to the HAC-II win. Getting pins for Lewisburg were Jordan Gessner (113), Dante Taylor (120), Max Reed (160), Brandon Smith (220) and Kyle Santorine (285).

Mifflinburg 59,

Selinsgrove 10

SELINSGROVE — The Wildcats won the first 10 bouts to take a 47-0 lead and the HAC-I win. Mifflinburg improves to 2-2, 2-1 in the conference.


Shikellamy 63,

Bloomsburg 38

BLOOMSBURG — Alexis Angstadt and Cory Yerger scored 23 and 20 points, respectively, to lead the Braves to the HAC cross-over victory.

Yerger and Raven Fatool also pulled down 10 rebounds apiece and Kiera Smith added 10 points for Shikellamy (5-3), which opened with a 22-3 lead in the first quarter.

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