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NTL WRESTLING: THREE BIG MATCHES THIS WEEK, HIGHLIGHTED BY CANTON AT ATHENS (2022-01-11)

Northern Tier Sports Report
Canton at Athens highlights the wrestling action for this week, though Troy at Wyalusing tonight, and Warrior Run at Towanda on Thursday should also be good matches.

CANTON AT ATHENS

The Warriors are coming off their first tournament, ironically, one where Athens was also at, with three wrestlers earning podium spots - Hayden Ward (152), Cohen Landis (113), and Mason Nelson (285).


12 of their 13 starters now boast a .500 or better record going into the match.


CANTON

Lyle Vermilya (106) 4-2

Cohen Landis (113) 6-3

Cayden Miller (120) 2-3

Holden Ward (126) 4-3

Ryland Sakers (132) 2-2

Hudson Ward (138) 5-2

Bailey Ferguson (145) 6-2

Hayden Ward (152) 7-2

Levi Pepper (160) 3-2

Brenen Taylor (172) 4-2

Riley Parker (189) 3-2

Conner Davis (215) 3-3

Mason Nelson (285) 7-2


For the Wildcats, this will be their first dual meet since before Christmas. They have a close win over Troy, 36-33, already on their resume.


ATHENS

Keaton Sinsabaugh (113) 2-8

Mason Vanderpool (120) 3-4

Gavin Bradley (126) 13-0

Jacob Courtney (145) 11-2

Lucas Forbes (145) 6-5

Kaden Setzer (152) 12-2

Karter Rude (172) 11-3

Cameron Whitmarsh (172) 3-5

Colin Rosh (189) 8-4

Caleb Nason (215) 4-4

Josh Nittinger (285) 8-5


TROY AT WYALUSING

Troy has had a hard luck go of it for NTL dual meets. In their 3-point loss to Athens they were missing Jayden Renzo, and in their 6-point loss to Towanda, they were missing a few wrestlers, including Seth Seymour.


If they have everybody in their line-up for today they could get a signature win against the Rams. Look for them to bump wrestlers around to make a full line-up.


TROY

Konner Kerr (106) 15-5

Caleb Schwenk (113) 7-11

Kenyon Slater (120) 12-10

Seth Seymour (132) 15-7

Peyton Bellows (138) 5-13

Jacob Hinman (145) 16-7

Jayden Renzo (152) 19-5

William Steele (160) 4-7

Josh Isbell (172) 11-5

Mason Woodward (189) 17-6

Daniel Samuels (215) 1-17

Eli Randall (145) 4-9

Kanaan Renzo (106) 4-5


Wyalusing is coming off a strong performance at the Line Mountain Duals, where they went 4-1. They’ve been without Brian Arnold for the last week, too, but have been able to fill most of the weights recently.


WYALUSING

Evan Johnson (106) 11-5

Clayton Carr (120) 18-2

Ayden Hunsinger (126) 13-4

Isaac Shaffer (132) 1-3

Cade McMicken (138) 13-6

Skyler Manahan (145) 11-5

Hunter Manahan (152) 13-7

Jordan Lamb (160) 11-5

Aaron Carr (172) 2-6

Brian Arnold (189) 9-2

Nick Woodruff (215) 19-1

Alex Hunsinger (215) 10-7

Zachary Fenton (285) 2-6

Owen Hadlock (138) 4-3


WARRIOR RUN AT TOWANDA

The Defenders have fought some close battles against Montgomery (loss 35-33), Montoursville (loss 31-27), and Muncy (loss 36-36 on tiebreaker).


Still, they are a formidable team for the young Knights to go up against.


WARRIOR RUN

Caden Snyder (106) 3-5

Trey Nicholas (113) 3-6

Anson Rouch (120) 5-6

Samuel Hall (126) 11-7

Ryan Sperl (132) 1-3

Cameron Millheim (138) 16-3

Colby LeBarron (145) 9-6

Isaiah Betz (152) 6-6

Cole Shupp (160) 7-9

Connor Parker (172) 7-6

Stone Allison (189) 7-5

Austin Bryson (215) 4-5

Ethan Carper (285) 1-6


Towanda is coming off a 4-1 performance at the Flynn Duals, where they also lost to Montoursville (46-15). 


TOWANDA

Wyatt Stranger (106) 15-3

Shane Atwood (120) 11-6

Hayden Space (126) 8-3

Rylee Sluyter (132) 10-6

Riley Vanderpool (138) 18-2

Sawyer Robinson (145) 7-7

Jace Gunther (152) 11-5

Mason Higley (160) 5-2

Bryant Green (172) 16-2

Aiden Miller (189) 3-8

Tim Parker (215) 2-5

Jared Gunther (285) 10-9

Spencer Jennings 4-10



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