PIAA Wrestling Championships

Northern’s Jake Koser, right, holds onto Upper St. Clair’s Eli Grape’s foot at 195 pounds Friday during the PIAA Class 3A Individual Wrestling Championships at Hershey’s Giant Center.

Michael Bupp, The Sentinel

HERSHEY — Through the first round of consolations Saturday morning at Hershey's Giant Center, one out six local wrestlers have moved on to wrestle for third place in the PIAA Class 3A championships.

Northern's Jake Koser (195) won his first match 5-3 against Cocalico's Ben Fromm. His second match against Owen J. Roberts' Nick Duliakas ended in victory with a 2-1 decision.

Shippensburg's Chandler Olson (126) won his first match against Patrick Gould of ES South by an 11-0 major decision. He will wrestle for fifth place later tonight at 7 after losing 5-1 against Bethlehem Catholic's Ryan Anderson.

Cedar Cliff's Francis Duggan won his first match 7-3 over Dallastown's Bryce Shields. He will wrestle for fifth after being pinned in 4:32 by Council Rock South's Joe Doyle.

Big Spring's Tucker Brough (145) moved on after winning by default over Penncrest's Ryan Stocku, who never took to the mat. He will wrestle for fifth after losing to Nazareth's Brock Wilson 2-0.

Cumberland Valley's Wyatt Long (132) and Mechanicsburg's Brayden Wills (152) will wrestle for seventh place later tonight. Long lost his bout 3-2 to Bethlehem Catholic's Jarred Papcsy and Wills lost by a 7-1 decision to Canon McMillan's Gerrit Nijenhuis.

​Email Mallory at mmerda@cumberlink.com or follow her on Twitter @MalloryMerda


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