WILLIAMSPORT, PA. – The Apprentice School wrestling team opened its dual match season on Friday night recording a fall and a forfeit win in the last two bouts with Penn College to take a 31-21 win.
With wins in the first two bouts, the Builders took a 10-0 lead as Jacob Michael scored a major decision at 125 and Dwayne Roes won by forfeit. Consecutive wins by Phillip Poto (165) and Justin Martz (174) got the Builders up 19-15, but decision victories for Penn College at 184 by Alex Muller and 197 by Logan Gresock gave the hosts a 21-19 advantage.
Apprentice School now travels to Scranton, Pa. to participate in the Electric City Duals on Saturday starting at 10 am.
Apprentice School 31, Penn College 21
125: Jacob Michael (A) maj. dec. Duval Frederich 16-7; 133: Dwayne Roes (A) won by forfeit; 141: Wade Jacobson (P) dec. Nick Devanny 8-1; 149: Tim Kuntz (P) p. Sterling Briscoe 4:51; 157: Tyler Myers (P) p. Kyle Spruill 2:01; 165: Phillip Porto (A) dec. Austin Clark 12-9; 174: Justin Martz (A) won by forfeit; 184: Alex Muller (P) dec. CW Sorey 7-5; 197: Logan Gresock (P) dec. Luke Hanson 14-8; 235: Kevin Gray (A) p. Aaron Shrawder 1:09; 285: Ian Jones (A) won by forfeit. Record: Apprentice 1-0.