Korey Eberly's 32-second fall at 182 pounds was the quickest of five pins for Red Lion in their 60-18 rout of Kennard-Dale on Wednesday.

James Caskey (113), Cody Stern (126), Cody Hohn (138) and Austin Holloway (152) also won by fall for Red Lion.

Kennard-Dale's Chance Marsteller won by pin at 1:02 of the 160-pound match. Pat Scarborough recorded a third-period fall at 132 pounds.
 
at Red Lion
RED LION 60, KENNARD-DALE 18
   106 -- Jesse Stermer, RL, won by forfeit; 113 -- James Caskey, RL, pinned Austin Stewart, 3:00; 120 -- Kyle Sprenkle, RL, won by forfeit; 126 -- Cody Stern, RL, pinned Dallas Moffit, 3:44; 132 -- Pat Scarborough, KD, pinned Ryan Schaeberle, 4:59; 138 --Cody Hohn, RL, pinned Dalton Wilson, 4:33; 145 -- William DelGrande, KD, won by forfeit; 152 -- Austin Holloway, RL, pinned Casey Barnett, 2:53; 160 -- Chance Marsteller, KD, pinned Rodney Eid, 1:02; 170 -- No bout; 182 -- Korey Eberly, RL, pinned Hunter Stokes, :32; 195 -- Kenny Holloway, RL, won by forfeit; 220 -- Sam Lowe, RL, won by forfeit; 285 -- Brooks Arnold, RL, won by forfeit.

Eastern York 48, Columbia 36: The Golden Knights rallied from an 18-0 deficit to defeat the Crimson Tide.

Dillon Mackley started the comeback with a pin at 170 pounds. Eastern received two forfeits to even the match and took the lead on Buck Kauffman's 30-second fall at 220 pounds. Another forfeit and Brandon McLasky's pin at 106 gave the Knights a 36-18 lead. Eastern clinched the match on first-period falls by Baren Leischner (120) and Toby Barnhart (132).

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at Eastern York
EASTERN 48, COLUMBIA 36
   145 -- Josh Elliot, C, pinned Mike Dumczyk, :28; 152 -- Nathan Warner, C, pinned Abram Sowers, 1:07; 160 -- Adam Mowrer, C, pinned Logan Toomey; 170 -- Dillon Mackley, EY, pinned Bryan Flory, 4:42; 182 -- Alex Cooley, EY, won by forfeit; 195 -- Camden Stoops, EY, won by forfeit; 220 -- Buck Kauffman, EY, pinned Vanyel Paterson, :30; 285 -- Kasey Snell, EY, won by forfeit; 106 -- Brandon McLasky, EY, pinned Jeffrey Carroll, 4:33; 113 -- Phillip Stark, C, won by forfeit; 120 -- Baren Leischner, EY, pinned Trenton Hagen, 1:41; 126 -- Derek Zercher, C, pinned Dylan Donaghy, 1:18; 132 -- Toby Barnhart, EY, pinned Alec Hooper, 1:11; 138 -- Jordan Halter, C, pinned Donald Minnier, 2:24.

Northeastern 55, Susquehannock 18: The Bobcats won five matches by pin their victory over the host Warriors.

Northeastern opened the match with a pair of falls. Ryan Thomas defeated Anthony Leese at 5:15 of the 220-pound bout, and Derrick Turner pinned Adam Dell in one minute in the heavyweight match. Levi Eisenhart scored the fastest win of the night for the Bobcats, winning in 46 seconds at 132. Anthony Vitacco (145) and Nick Yinger (170) also won by fall for Northeastern, which won eight of the 11 contested bouts.

Zach Holloway recorded a fall at 120 pounds for Susquehannock.
 
at Susquehannock
NORTHEASTERN 55, SUSQUE. 18
   220 -- Anthony Leese, Ne, pinned Ryan Thomas, 5:15; 285 -- Derrick Turner, Ne, pinned Adam Dell, 1:00; 106 -- Ryan Amspacher, Ne, won by forfeit; 113 -- Tommy Ferraracci, Sus, dec. Mike Amspacher, 6-5; 120 -- Zach Holloway, Sus, pinned Zach Musser, 3:13; 126 -- Darrion Latimore, Ne, won by forfeit; 132 -- Levi Eisenhart, Ne, pinned Daniel Snyder, :46; 138 -- Abe Holmes, Ne, technical fall over Rob Pugaczewski, 5:35 (17-0); 145 -- Anthony Vitacco, Ne, pinned Austin Sauble, 1:07; 152 -- Jeb Payne, Ne, dec. Sammy Miller, 8-1; 160 -- Steve Martinez, Sus, dec. Matt Smith, 9-5; 170 -- Nick Yinger, Ne, pinned Devin Malamphy, 3:07; 182 -- Austin Wilhide, Ne, technical fall over Tyler White, 2:13 (17-1); 195 -- Thomas Bonitz, Sus, won by forfeit.

South Western 54, Hempfield 19: South Western rallied from Tuesday's District 3 Class AAA team tournament first-round loss by dominating the host Black Knights.

The winners were led by falls from Aaron Doll at 126 pounds, Brandon Lookenbill at 138, Colton Rebert at 152 and Devon Ackerman at 285. The winners got points from three forfeits.

Tommy Bennett's pin at 182 paced Hempfield.
 
at Hempfield
SOUTH WESTERN 54, HEMPFIELD 19
   106 -- Logan Feeser, SW, won by forfeit; 113 -- Cole Sterrett, SW, tech. fall Remington Pahosky, 17-0; 120 -- Dakota Minnich, Hemp, won by forfeit; 126 -- Aaron Doll, SW, pinned Austin Gattuso, 4:50; 132 -- Nick Klecker, SW, dec. Jordan Morales, 9-5; 138 -- Brandon Lookenbill, SW, pinned Tyler Hartman, 1:48; 145 -- Bobby Wildasin, SW, won by forfeit; 152 -- Colton Rebert, SW, pinned Andrew Wardrop, 2:56; 160 -- Brady Shultz, SW, maj. decision Elvin Loose, 12-2; 170 -- K.J. Pederson, Hemp, maj. decision Gunner Holtz, 10-0; 182 -- Tommy Bennett, Hemp, pinned Logan Bowman, 5:51; 195 -- Jerome Beers, SW, won by forfeit; 220 -- Joey Goodhart, Hemp, dec. Aram Moffitt 2-1 UTB; 285 -- Devon Ackerman, SW, pinned Noel Diaz, 3:41.

Donegal 70, Delone Catholic 0: The host Indians won four bouts by pin in their shutout of the Squires.

Dylan Maxwell (195) and Terry Tirko (132) earned first-period falls for Donegal. Adam Naqvi (138) took a second-period pin and Michael Goshen (145) had a third-period fall.

Jacob Ziegler won by technical fall for the Indians, who also benefited from five forfeits.
 
at Donegal
DONEGAL 70, DELONE 0
   195 -- Dylan Maxwell, Don, pinned Matt Lentz, 1:40; 220 -- Robert Grove, Don, won by forfeit; 285 -- Mason McCoy, Don, won by forfeit; 106 -- No bout; 113 -- Jacob Ziegler, Don, pinned Antonio Ugarte, 4:30; 120 -- Taylor Johnson, Don, won by forfeit; 126 -- Lucas May, Don, major dec. Alex Little, 15-5; 132 -- Terry Tirko, Don, pinned Nick Nace, 1:32; 138 -- Adam Naqvi, Don, pinned Lucas Shull, 4:10; 145 -- Michael Gosehn, Don, pinned Josh Sneeringer, 5:13; 152 -- Caleb Thomas, Don, won by forfeit; 160 -- Justin Amspacher, Don, won by forfeit; 170 --Jordyn Snyder, Don, major dec. David Zinn, 15-2; 182 --Barry Sauder, Don, dec. Joseph Post, 9-3.