Mountain Lions pick up victory over MC
Altoona closed its match strong, winning the final four bouts, including three by fall, to carve out a 42-36 victory over visiting Mifflin County Wednesday night in high school wrestling action.
With Altoona trailing 36-24 the Mountain Lions’ Jerrell Kephart (138 pounds), Kobe Harr (145) and Haden Boutiller (152) notched consecutive falls to tie the match before Hunter Stoudnour took a forfeit win at 160 in the final bout of the night to give Altoona its margin of victory.
Altoona (2-0) also got a fall from Nate Simmers at 220. In the feature bout of the night, at 170, returning Class AAA state runner-up Trent Hidlay of Mifflin County bested Northwest Regional champion Brinton Simington, 9-3.
170–Hidlay, MC, def. Simington, 9-3. 182–Kypher, MC, pinned Reed, :46. 195–P. McClellan, A, won by forfeit. 220–Simmers, A, pinned Wagner, :45. 285–Hess, A, won by forfeit. 106–Fisher, MC, won by forfeit. 113–Taptich, MC, pinned Benz, 2:19.
120–Burke, MC, won by forfeit. 126–Myers, MC, dec. Hileman, 3-2 OT. 132–Wise, MC, pinned C. McClellan, 3:24. 138–Kephart, A, pinned Retherford, 1:17. 145–Harr, A, pinned Sage, 1:10. 152–Boutiller, A, pinned Smink, 4:16. 160–Stoudnour, A, won by forfeit.
Records: Mifflin County (3-4); Altoona (2-0).
State College 45
STATE COLLEGE — State College (2-3) rode six falls and a technical fall to a victory over visiting Hollidaysburg.
The Golden Tigers (0-2) got falls from Andrew Simpson (113), Nathan Swartz (138), Aden Myers (152) and Gus Dellinger (195).
220–Haffner, SC, pinned Lynn, 1:28. 285–Linnes, SC, pinned Gill, 1:28. 106–Leidy, SC, pinned Thompson, 1:08. 113–Simpson, H, pinned Krick, 3:40. 120–Pammer, SC, pinned Giarth, :33. 126–Himes, H, dec. Gluckman, 9-4. 132–Stover, SC, maj. dec. Dively, 9-0.
138–Swartz, H, pinned McMahon, 1:52. 145–Long, H, maj. dec. Price, 15-2. 152–Myers, H, pinned Lose, 3:47. 160–Barr, SC, pinned Curry, :30. 170–Fields, SC, tech. fall Burkhart, 19-4, 5:47. 182–Urban, SC, pinned McCready, 1:51. 195–Dellinger, H, pinned Liechty, 3:47.
Exhibition winner: Haines, Hollidaysburg.
Records: Hollidaysburg (0-2); State College (2-3).