The District 6 Duals matchups are set, and six area teams make up the 14 spots in Class AA and AAA.
Huntingdon is the top seed in Class AA, while Claysburg-Kimmel is second, Penn Cambria fourth, Bellwood-Antis sixth and Cambria Heights seventh. Altoona is the fourth seed in Class AAA.
On Tuesday, Heights visits C-K, Penn Cambria hosts fifth-seeded Mount Union, and B-A travels to third-seeded Juniata. On Wednesday, Huntingdon hosts West Branch, and Altoona hosts fifth-seeded Bald Eagle Area.
Westmont Hilltop, which moved to Class AAA this year, is the top seed, while Central Mountain is second. Both those teams received byes into Saturday's semifinals at Tyrone. Third-seeded Bellefonte hosts sixth-seeded State College in the other first-round match.
The District 5 Duals matchups haven't been set yet, but Bedford will host the event as the top seed if the Bisons beat Johnstown on Tuesday.
Mount Union (5) at Penn Cambria (4)
Bellwood-Antis (6) at Juniata (3)
Cambria Heights (7) at Claysburg-Kimmel (2)
West Branch (8) at Huntingdon (1)
Bald Eagle Area (5) at Altoona (4)
State College (6) at Bellefonte (3)
Altoona wrestlers place
NEW OXFORD - Altoona had four wrestlers place at the New Oxford Tournament.
TJ Brandt at 112 took third by beating state runner-up Austin Miller from Hempfield by decision, 4-3.
Jacob Hines took third at 140, and picked up his 100th carrier victory with a fall on Friday in 17 seconds.
Altoona's Wendell Myers finished in fourth place at 13,5 and Braeden Luciano placed sixth at 285.
Altoona gymnasts win
RIDGWAY - Abby Wagner took first place in the vault, floor and all-around as the Altoona Area High School gymnastics team edged Ridgway, 120-111. Wagner also placed second in the bars.
Tori Misitano took top honors in the beam and Aubree McKinney finished first in bars. Altoona is 2-2 and heads to Bellefonte Monday.
Vault: 1, Wagner 8.55; 4, Sparkman 8.25. Bars: 1, McKinney, 7.4; 2, Wagner 7.075; 3, Sparkman 6.85. Beam: 1, T. Misitano 8.05; 2, McKinney 7.8. Floor: 1, Wagner 8.4, 2, Pennington 8.1; 4, Shultz 7.825. All-around: 1, Wagner 31.05.
Red Flash bowlers shine
READING - The St. Francis women's bowling team improved upon its Day 1 performance at the 2011 Kutztown Invitational, which is being held at Heister Lanes in Reading, and sits in 21st-place with one day of competition remaining.
The Red Flash finished the day with a 1-5 traditional format record, but bowled consistently better scores and three of their losses came against Top-10 nationally ranked programs, including No. 1 Maryland-Eastern Shore.
Vanderbilt leads the team race with a total pinfall of 11,291, while Maryland-Eastern Shore is second (11,291), Fairleigh Dickinson is third (10,950), Kutztown is fourth (10,770) and Delaware State is fifth (10,680). St. Francis is in 21st out of 28 teams with a 9,416.
SFU lost its first five matches before defeating Medaille, 935-870, to finish the day on a positive note.
"What a great response by every member of this team," said St. Francis coach Tom Falbo. "Our adjustments from yesterday paid off. Our consistency was phenomenal all day. We played some of the top ranked teams and in the five matches we lost, those five teams averaged a combined 1,017 to beat us. Our top scorers on the day had some tough carry, which could have made a good day even better. I'm proud of our ladies.''