From staff reports

MOUNT JOY - James Buchanan claimed two individual titles and placed sixth as a team at the Donegal Holiday Wrestling Tournament on Saturday.

Austin Tucker won at 126 pounds and Casey Glunt took the crown at 152 for JB. Hunter Faith was a runner-up at 120 and Blake Egolf (138) and Cameron Fox (145) each placed fourth.

Rockets coach Matt Gordon said, "It was a pretty good tournament for us to get sixth and we only took seven kids, which is half a team. We were able to finish ahead of four teams."

Tucker rolled to a 5-0 record with one pin, and he defeated Todd Dumas of Ephrata 5-3 in the final. Glunt was also 5-0 with three falls, and he took out Nick Stephani of Troy 7-3 in the championship.

Gordon said, "Both Austin and Casey wrestled flawlessly. Austin wrestled a smart match in the final. Casey's kid was 16-0 coming in and everybody was watching that match. Casey rode him well and got the points when he needed to. He got a takedown at the end to seal the win."

Faith was 3-1 with a pin and fell 5-1 to Nate Green of Red Land in the final.

"He's still wrestling up a weight class, so he pretty well," Gordon said.

Donegal Tournament

James Buchanan Results

120 - Hunter Faith, 2nd, 3-1, 1 pin

126 - Austin Tucker, 1st, 5-0, 1 pin

132 - Kyle Lee, 7th, 1-4

138 - Blake Egolf, 4th, 3-2, 1 pin

145 - Cameron Fox, 4th, 3-2

152 - Casey Glunt, 1st, 5-0, 3 pins

182 - Dustin Walker, 9th, 1-4

Next match: Saturday, in the Bloody Run Duals at Everett, 9 a.


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BLUE DEVILS CROWN 3: Greencastle-Antrim competed at the Smithsburg (Md.) Tournament on Saturday and came home with three individual champions.

Cody Carbaugh (113 pounds), Wade Rider (120) and Ryan Wolf (145) all went unbeaten to help the Blue Devils take fifth place in the seven-team event.

Carbaugh stormed through his weight with pins in all five of his bouts. Rider was 3-0 with two pins and an 11-4 decision in the final, while Wolf compiled a 4-0 mark with two pins, a technical fall and a 17-5 major decision in the final.

G-A coach Fred Yelton said, "That was great for Ryan - it was his first tournament championship. I was real happy for him because he wrestled great all day. Cody was just dominant the whole way through.

"As a whole the kids did well; even the ones who didn't win looked good."

Wyatt Binkley placed second at 106, Jared Starliper was third at 195 and Conor Bryant took fifth at 220 for Greencastle.

Smithsburg Tournament

Team Standings

1.Springbrook, Md.; 2.North Harford, Md.; 3.Smithsburg, Md.; 4.Milford Mills, Md.; 5.Greencastle-Antrim.

Greencastle Results

106 - Wyatt Binkley, 2nd, 2-1

113 - Cody Carbaugh, 1st, 5-0, 5 pins

120 - Wade Rider, 1st, 3-0, 2 pins

145 - Ryan Wolf, 1st, 4-0, 2 pins

170 - Jensen Stoner, 0-4

182 - Stefaun Johnson, 0-2

195 - Jared Starliper, 3rd, 3-1, 2 pins

220 - Conor Bryant, 5th, 2-2, 1 pin

Next match: Thursday, at home vs. Boiling Springs, 7.

INDIANS TAKE 21st: Waynesboro managed only one placewinner at the 25-team Conestoga Valley Holiday Classic tournament on Friday and Saturday.

Colby Mowen went 4-2 at 126 pounds, with both losses to Ryan Flynn of Marple Newtown, to earn a fourth place finish. All four of Mowen's victories were by pin.

Only three other Indians reached the quarterfinals, but all were defeated and lost again in the wrestlebacks - Ryan Neff (106), Aaron Layman (120) and Andrew Paterno (220).

Owen J. Roberts won the team title by half a point over Spring Grove.

Conestoga Valley Tournament

Team Standings

1.Owen J. Roberts 178; 2.Spring Grove 177.5; 3.Westfield 161.5; 4.DuBois 155; 5.Manheim Township 143; 6.Wilson 120.5; 7.Mechanicsburg 110; 8.Conestoga Valley 105; 9.Caesar Rodney, Del. 98.5; 10.Juniata 93; 21.Waynesboro 52.

Waynesboroo Results

106 - Ryan Neff, 1-2, 1 pin

113 - John Atkinson, 0-2

120 - Aaron Layman, 1-2

126 - Colby Mowen, 4th, 4-2, 4 pins

132 - Cody Frey, 0-2

138 - Kenyon Cuka, 1-2, 1 pin

145 - Jesse Smith, 2-2, 1 pin

152 - Daniel Shields, 0-2

160 - Aiden Smith, 0-2

170 - Patrick Wade, 0-2

182 - Steven Egolf, 2-2, 1 pin

220 - Andrew Paterno, 1-2

Next match: Thursday, at home vs. Gettysburg, 7.