The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA


March 8, 2013

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1:20: Mifflinburg state champion Nazar Mironenko is out of states after he was disqualified in the middle of his consolation match against Biglerville's Alex Stover. He was disqualified after a flagrant misconduct call by the official at 285 pounds. Mironenko ends the seaosn at 35-5.

Also out at heavyweight is Southern Columbia senior Jake Becker, who was pinned in the consolation by West Branch's Morgan Selepack. Becker ends the year 37-6.

11:55: Southern Columbia freshman Blake Marks picks up his first state medal with a 4-3, tiebreak win over Conemaugh Township's Taylor Cahill in the consolation round. Marks (36-6) meets Freedom senior Joe Bonzo, the SE regional champ, in the third-round of consolations later at 152 pounds.

11:40: Juniata's Sean Heggs (138) bows out of states with a default loss to Tri-Valley sophomore Hunter Harner. Heggs finishes his stellar career with a 38-6 senior season, including a state medal last year.

At 145, Midd-West's Zach Heeter also drops a tough decision, falling 3-2 on a late takedown against Brookville's Zach Vroman. Heeter ends the year 39-7.

11:25: Southern Columbia sophomore Kent Lane rebounded from first loss of season to secure state medal with a 3-0 win over Williamson's Logan Everett. Lane, now 39-1, will meet Wyoming Area's Andrew Shultz in the third-round of consolations in a rematch of last week's NE regional final.

Mifflinburg sophomore Cole Walter continued his march back through consolation bracket, securing a second state medal with a 9-0 win over Southern Huntingdon's Brennon Shields. Walter, now 36-5, meets Lake-Lehman's Austin Harry in the third-round of consolations in another NE Regional rematch.

11:05: Line Mountain sophomore Cameron secures a state medal with a 7-5 victory over Wilson's Jaryd Flank in the second-round of consolations at 106 pounds.

Newman (36-8) will now meet Triston Law, a Forest Hills sophomore in the third-round of consolations later. Law (31-5) topped Lewisburg freshman Brian Friery, 8-1, in the consolation round. Friery ends the season at 33-11.

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