Jagger Condomitti, win or lose at last Saturday’s FLOWrestling’s Who’s No. 1, said he was taking a break and not competing at Super 32 or Journeymen.
The Northampton senior, who lost 4-3 on a late takedown to Brecksville, Ohio’s Victor Voinovich, is staying true to his word.
Stroudsburg’s Lenny Pinto, who won his Who’s No. 1 match against Blair Academy’s Rylan Rogers, said he was strongly considering Super 32 but is not yet registered.
“I’ve got to get that belt,” he said last week. “I’ve got prove it to myself. I’ve got to go get it.”
Pinto added that he wasn’t sure if he’d head to Journeymen Fall Classic, which moves this year to State College, where he spent the previous four weekends training for Who’s No. 1.
Notre Dame-GP’s Ryan Crookham, who pulled out of the Who’s No. 1 event because of injury, is not entered at Super 32, where he won a belt as an eighth-grader.
A large group of Bethlehem Catholic wrestlers, including transfer (from Palisades) Ashton Campbell, are staying busy. Many are heading to Super 32, which moved from North Carolina to South Carolina.
Many Golden Hawks had stellar showings at last month’s Battle of the ‘Burgh, which moved from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia.
Nathan Desmond, an eighth grader, was 9-0 with five pins at 98 pounds. Kollin Rath (113) and Tyler Kasak (120) were 9-0. Eight of Rath’s nine wins were by bonus points. Kasak had three pins, three 1-point decisions and a 7-3 victory over Nazareth’s Charlie Bunting.
Cael McIntyre (120) was 6-0. Dante Frinzi was 5-1 at 126-132. Campbell was 3-2 at 126.
Bunting was 5-4. Northampton’s Carson Wagner was 6-3 at 106.
Here is a look at upcoming events (there also are weekly Southeast Pennsylvania tournaments at Newtown Athletic Club):
When: Oct. 24-25
Where: Myrtle Beach Convention Center
Local entrants: Bethlehem Catholic’s Nathan Desmond (106), Kollin Rath (113), Tyler Kasak (120), Ashton Campbell (120), Andrew Harmon (138); Trey Miletics (138) Evan Gleason (152) and Anthony DeRosa (182); Northampton’s Carson Wagner (106) and Dagen Condomitti (145); Nazareth’s Charlie Bunting (113) and Nick Foster (145); Easton’s Braxton Appello (120) and Isaiah Reinert (182); Quakertown’s Mason Ziegler (113); East Stroudsburg South’s Dawson Miller (132); Faith Christian’s Cody Wagner (113), Eric Alderfer (132) and Leo Muzika (195); Stroudsburg’s Josh Jasionowicz (106).
Other PA entrants of note: Reynolds’ Gary Steen (PIAA 2A champ), Forest Hills’ Mason Gibson and Waynesburg’s Mac Church, all at 120; Greater Latrobe’s Vince Kilkeary (PIAA 3A champ at 106); Seneca Valley’s Dylan Chappell, a 2018 Super 32 champ, is at 126; and, Wyoming Seminary’s Nic Bouzakis, a 2019 Super 32 champ, is at 132.
Journeymen Fall Classic
When: Oct. 17-18
Where: C3 Sports and Event Center, State College
PA Power Wrestling’s True Power
When: 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 17
Where: Tyrone Armory
113: Ava Bayless vs. Andi Przybycein
125: Lily Sherer vs. Montana Delawder
100: Forest Hills’ Bo Bassett vs. Bethlehem Catholic’s Nathan Desmond (8th grade)
113: Greater Latrobe’s Vincent Kilkeary vs. Muncy’s Dalton Perry
120: Forest Hills’ Mason Gibson vs. Reynolds’ Gary Steen
122: Waynesburg’s Mac Church vs. Cedar Cliff’s Aiden Lewis
126: Frankin Regional’s Carter Dibert vs. Southern Columbia’s Kole Biscoe
129: Seneca Valley’s Dylan Chappell vs. South Park’s Joey Fischer
132: Council Rock North’s Kyle Hauserman vs. Bellefonte’s Jude Swisher
138: Franklin Regional’s Finn Solomon vs. Biglerville’s Levi Haines
145: Waynesburg’s Cole Homet vs. Burrell’s Ian Oswalt
152: Connellsville’s Jared Keslar vs. Cathedral Prep’s Paniro Johnson
155: Seneca Valley’s Alejandro Herrera-Rondon vs. Waynesburg’s Rocco Welsh
160: Forest Hills’ Erik Gibson vs. Burrell’s A.J. Corrado
170: Waynesburg’s Luca Augustine vs. Mifflin County’s Trey Kibe
182: Mount Lebanon’s Mac Stout vs. Malvern Prep’s Jack Wehmeyer
230: Malvern Prep’s Nick Feldman vs. Selinsgrove’s Nate Schon
155: Brookville’s Brock Zacherl vs. Boiling Springs’ Kyle Shoop
Monster Mash Folkstyle Open
When: 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 31
Where: C3 Sports Complex, State College
Of note: This was the location of last month’s Olympic Club Duals, which College Township officials unsuccessfully tried to shut down due to coronavirus concerns. Instead, they levied more than $10,000 in fines for fire, zoning and health violations. There were no reported cases of coronavirus from that event’s participants, coaches or spectators, according to two event organizers.
Morning Call reporter Tom Housenick can be reached at 610-820-6651 or at [email protected]
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