CU Wrestling No Match for Lock Haven
(Photo courtesy of Clarion University Athletics)
The Golden Eagles (6-6, 3-2 EWL) will close out their conference schedule against Edinboro on Feb. 22.
The Golden Eagles competed hard against their Bald Eagle opponents, taking two matches on the afternoon but otherwise struggling against Lock Haven. Clarion’s own nationally-ranked competitor Greg Bulsak was one of the two to claim a win on the day, defeating Parker McClellan 5-0 in the 197-pound bout near the end of the match. The other winner was Avery Shay, who took his second straight win at 149 pounds with a 3-2 decision over Brock Port.
Lock Haven opened the match with a major decision at 125 pounds and jumped out to a 12-0 lead after a technical fall at 141 pounds. Shay cut that lead to 12-3 before the Bald Eagles responded with wins at 157 and 165, and they clinched the team win with Jared Siegrist’s decision over Max Wohlabaugh.
Lock Haven 35 – Clarion 6
125: Luke Werner (Lock Haven) major dec. Gavin Park (Clarion) 13-1 / LHU, 4-0
133: DJ Fehlman (Lock Haven) dec. Seth Koleno (Clarion) 9-5 / LHU, 7-0
141: #20 Kyle Shoop (Lock Haven) tech fall Jalin Hankerson (Clarion) 16-0 (4:12) / LHU, 12-0
149: Avery Shay (Clarion) dec. Brock Port (Lock Haven) 3-2 / LHU, 12-3
157: Alex Klucker (Lock Haven) tech fall Joe Sliwoski (Clarion) 16-0 (3:19) / LHU, 17-3
165: #5 Chance Marsteller (Lock Haven) pinned Evan Delong (Clarion) 4:31 / LHU, 23-3
174: Jared Siegrist (Lock Haven) dec. Max Wohlabaugh (Clarion) 11-6 / LHU, 26-3
184: #17 Corey Hazel (Lock Haven) dec. Ty Bagoly (Clarion) 7-4 / LHU, 29-3
197: #17 Greg Bulsak (Clarion) dec. Parker McClellan (Lock Haven) 5-0 / LHU 29-6
285: #11 Thomas Haines (Lock Haven) pinned Toby Cahill (Clarion) 5:18 / LHU, 35-6
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