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Here are Saturday's York/Adams wrestling results. Check back often for updates.

Eastern York's Jahshim Snyder and Dakota Mackley each won their respective divisions Saturday during the Warrior Invitational at Susquehannock. The Warriors' Jack Allred also took home a title.

Snyder (182) opened the tournament with a pin in 4:32. He earned a major decision against Milton Hershey's Darius Briggs, 13-4, to finish first. Mackley (160) also posted a major decision in the title match, beating Susquehannock's Joey Romjue, 15-2.

Susquehannock's Allred won the 195-pound division with a 5-4 decision over Milton Hershey's Justin Lecadre.

Milton Hershey finished first in the team standings, followed by Hempfield, Susquehannock, Donegal and Eastern.

South Western at Central Dauphin Duals: The Mustangs went 2-3, defeating State College, 56-16, and Mechanicsburg, 45-26. South Western fell to Central Dauphin, Big Spring and Connellsville. Owen Wherley was the only Mustang wrestler to come home undefeated at the duals, going 5-0 for the day.

Hawk Mountain Duals: Dallastown went 1-4, defeating Tamaqua, 73-3, at the Hawk Mountain Duals. The Wildcats' Bryce Shields went 5-0 at the tournament. He defeated Jin Choi from Tamaqua with a technical fall at 220.  Against Manheim Central, Shields pinned Samuel Martin in 1:12 at 195 pounds. He also pinned Caesar Rodney High's Dante Walker in 1:04, and earned a forfeit to go 5-0 for the day.

Lancaster Catholic Duals: Bermudian Springs went undefeated at the the Lancaster Catholic Duals, defeating Central York, 39-25, Lancaster Catholic, 66-12, Lebanon, 67-3, Pequea Valley, 54-15, and Manheim Central, 64-10. Six Eagles — Brady Linebaugh (285), Logan Luckenbaugh (220), Isaiah Fannin (195), Noah Fleshman (170), Ashton West (152) and Austin Clabaugh (126) — went 5-0.

Central York went 4-1. The Panthers defeated Lebanon, 72-3, Lancaster Catholic, 72-7, Manheim Township, 58-15 and Pequea Valley, 64-14. The Panthers had three undefeated wrestlers, Dylan Chatterton (138/145), Logan Paluch (106) and Isaiah Dickson (182).

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