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SOUTHAMPTON - Seven of the 12 wrestlers representing Chambersburg at the Escape the Rock Tournament at Council Rock South on Saturday and Sunday won at least two bouts.

Garrett Kyner (138 pounds) and Drew Peck (182) each went 5-2 for the tourney and placed fifth.

"It was a really strong tournament," Trojan coach Matt Mentzer said. "There were two kids in the event who have won world championship medals. There were a lot of good teams, plus some teams who only brought really good kids."

Kyner won twice to reach the quarterfinals on Saturday night, but he lost 5-4 to John Cooley of Boyertown. He won a match Sunday, then fell in the consolation semifinals, 3-1 to Jason Lisak of Parkland. Kyner then won by forfeit over Cooley for fifth.

Mentzer said, "In the match he lost to Cooley, with about 15 seconds left, Blue (Kyner) hit the most amazing headlock I've ever seen. But he hit it so hard that they came down and hit the mat and he couldn't secure the takedown, and the guy wiggled his head free and came around for two points."

Peck also reached the quarterfinals, on the strength of two pins, but he was edged 3-1 by Antonio Agee of New Kent, Va. He won two consy bouts, then lost 3-1 by Gregg Harvey of Boyertown, and came back to win for fifth place.

Aaron Rump (132) and Drake Brenize (145) each went 3-2, while Spencer Runshaw (113), Cole Grove (126) and Greg Wallace (170) each had a 2-2 record.

Mentzer said, "We did OK. I was a little disappointed in Saturday because we lost some matches I think we should have won. But we wrestled strong today. Brenize had a nice run -- he won three straight overtime matches in the consolations to get to Sunday."

The Trojans finished 20th in the 47-team field.

Escape The Rock Tournament

Team Standings

1.Belle Vernon 221.5, 2.Boyertown 156.5, 3.Council Rock South 151, 4.Malvern Prep 149, 5.Cumberland Valley 135.5, 6.Parkland 128, 7.Northampton 113.5, 8.Bethlehem Liberty 104, 9.Huntingdon 94, 10.Don Bosco Prep 91.5, 20.Chambersburg 59.5.

Chambersburg Results

106 — Seth Runshaw 0-2. 113 — Spencer Runshaw 2-2. 126 — Cole Grove 2-2, 1 pin. 132 — Aaron Rump 3-2, 1 TF. 138 — Garrett Kyner 5-2, 5th place. 145 — Drake Brenize 3-2. 152 — Colin Runshaw 0-2. 160 — Matt Strunk 0-2. 170 — Greg Wallace 2-2. 182 — Drew Peck 5-2, 5th place, 2 pins. 195 — Dalton Grace 0-2. 220 — Phillipe Lozius 0-2.

Shippensburg is 3-2 at Gettysburg Duals: Shippensburg collected three wins at the Gettysburg Duals on Saturday, but also dropped a couple of close matches, including one to New Oxford in the final bout.

The Greyhounds (5-3) defeated Gettysburg (43-32), Carlisle (46-25) and Littlestown (54-28), and were defeated by New Oxford (38-36) and Camp Hill (35-25).

"We were missing our 132- and 182-pounders, so we had to do some bumping up and that hurt," Ship coach Tony Yaniello said. "But the guys wrestled well considering the circumstances."

Three Hound wrestlers were 5-0 for the day - Chandler Olson (126), Cole Forrester (195) and Cameron Tinner (220), while John Adams (120), Collin Dolbin (170) and Levi Shoemaker (160) were 4-1.

Gettysburg Duals

Shippensburg results: Camp Hill 35, Shippensburg 25; Shippensburg 54, Littlestown 28; New Oxford 38, Shippensburg 36; Shippensburg 46, Carlisle 25; Shippensburg 43, Gettysburg 32.

Shippensburg Individuals

106 — Kole Cornman 1-4. 113 — Colten Renshaw 0-3. 120 — John Adams 4-1, 1 pin. 126 — Chandler Olson 5-0, 2 pins. 132 — JaeLin Carmack 1-3. 138 — Trenton Mills 1-4. 145 — Eddie Ocker 1-4. 152 — Sterling Shetter 3-2, 1 pin. 160 — Levi Shoemaker 4-1, 3 pins. 170 — Collin Dolbin 4-1, 1 pin. 182 — Philip Torres 2-2, 1 pin; Dylan Rotz 0-1. 195 — Cole Forrester 5-0, 2 pins. 220 — Cameron Tinner 5-0, 4 pins. 285 — Nick Kubala 3-2, 1 pin.

Waynesboro wins own tournament: Waynesboro put up a 5-0 record on Saturday to capture first place in its own Waynesboro Duals.

The Indians got plenty of outstanding performances. In fact, wrestlers in the first four weight classes (106 to 126) were all unbeaten. Matt McCann (106), Laken Rouzer (113), Elliott Swink (120) and Ryan Neff (126) were all 5-0. Aiden Smith was 4-0 with four pins at 182.

In addition, Lakota Harnish was 4-1 at 132 and Seth Egolf was 4-1 at 195.

Waynesboro (11-3) defeated Hershey (61-15), CD East (60-12), Mechanicsburg (47-17), Milton Hershey (51-15) and Red Land (43-19).

Waynesboro Duals

Waynesboro results: Waynesboro 61, Hershey 15, Waynesboro 60, CD East 12; Waynesboro 49, Mechanicsburg 17; Waynesboro 51, Milton Hershey 15; Waynesboro 43, Red Land 19.

Waynesboro Individuals

106 — Matt McCann 5-0, 2 pins. 113 — Laken Rouzer 5-0, 3 pins. 120 — Elliott Swink 5-0, 3 pins. 126 — Ryan Neff 5-0, 3 pins. 132 — Lakota Harnish 4-1, 2 pins. 138 — Dalton Mowen 1-4. 145 — Cody Frey 3-2, 2 pins. 152 — Jake Wertz 3-2, 2 pins. 160 — Patrick Zimmerer 3-2. 170 — Quinten Harris 3-2, 1 pin. 182 — Aiden Smith 4-0, 4 pins. 195 — Seth Egolf 4-1, 3- pins. 220 — Forrest Rhyne 3-2, 1 pin. 285 — Shawn Robinson 2-3, 1 pin.

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