During the Jersey Shore Duals, Cedar Cliff's 132-pounder JJ Wilson got his 100th win in the tournament, going 5-0 on the day, along with Northern's 145-pounder Paul Feite who also went 5-0 on the day for his 100th.
"Milestones are better when you do it with a friend," Wilson said.
"The day started out a little rough with the Cedar Cliff match — not exactly what our team wanted and what our goal was," Feite said. "We woke up a little bit after that, though. I didn't know I was looking to hit 100 going in, so it's great to get it now, but there's still a lot of work to do going towards the postseason and down the road."
Cedar Cliff went 5-0 at the Jersey Shore Duals, getting wins against Greensburg-Salem (39-25), Northern (41-23), Dubois (32-31), Jersey Shore (55-15) and Glendale (64-11).
Northern went 4-1, with its only loss being to Cedar Cliff. The Polar Bears defeated Glendale (69-12), Greensburg-Salem (39-35), Dubois (35-34) and Jersey Shore (54-24).
- Red Land defeated Milton Hershey in a 46-27 match. Although the Patriots started off shaky with Mason Eisner (120) falling in 2:30, they got back on their feet to get a 14-2 major dec. from Dylan Potrinal at 126 and a pin (5:13) from Bryce Brennan at 132 to make up for it. Noah Millhouse (106) notched a pin in just 0:40 in the win.
- Big Spring moved Blake Barrick into the 195 pound semifinals on Sunday to face Malvern Prep's Michael Beard. Barrick pinned Kingsway's Alieis Almanzar in 0:29 in the championship round 2 before knocking off Cincinnati LaSalle's Michael Baker in a 7-0 decision. In the semifinals on Sunday, Barrick fell into consolations after a 7-2 decision loss to Beard where he ended in third place with a 3-0 decision win over Cincinnati LaSalle's Michael Baker.
- East Pennsboro went 2-3 at the Dutchmen Duals at Annville-Cleona, getting wins against Northeastern (54-30) and Columbia (54-3).
- Camp Hill went 1-4 at the Gettysburg Duals, but the day started off strong with a 50-24 win over Shippensburg. Luca Colestock (182) came out quickly, pinning Colton Musser in just 0:22 to start things off, while at 285 Micah Springer pinned Michael Smith in just 0:24. Gus La Torre (145) pinned Trevor Diehl in 0:39 and Jonathan Shuster (170) pinned McCardell Gabriell in 0:53 to end the matchup.