EMPORIUM — Three pins and a tech fall keyed Bradford over Cameron County in Allegheny Mountain Wrestling League action Thursday.
Leading the Owls on the mats were two wrestlers with pins in less than a minute: Lukas Laktash, who wrestled at 126, Elijah Fitton, who wrestled at 132.
Other wins for the Owls came at 145, with Brett Thomson claiming a tech fall, and at 152, with Drake Hayden pinning Cameron County’s Dein Snyder in 1:05.
“They were worse off than we were are (with forfeits and injuries), and we tried some different things, and looked really well,” Bradford head coach Jamey Miller said. “Going to West Branch Tournament (today), hopefully the experience from what they have done different will carry over.”
Cameron County, now 1-4 on the season, will travel to Port Allegany Jan. 30.
Bradford 53, Cameron County 15
113 - Quinn Lasher (B) won by forfeit
120 - Double forfeit
126 - Lukas Laktash (B) won by fall over Alan Baerga, :58
132 - Elijah Fitton (B) won by fall over Eryn Krieg, :38
138 - double forfeit
145 - Brett Thompson (B) won by tech fall over Eyan Smith (CC), 19-4
152 - Drake Hayden (B) won by fall over Dein Snyder (CC), 1:05
160 - Wendell O’Brien (CC) won by forfeit
170 - Dakota Panighetti (B) won by forfeit
182 - Derek Sunafrank (B) won by forfeit
195 - Connor Nolan (CC) won by fall over Michael Gow, 3:56
220 - Andrew Krainz (B) won by forfeit
HWT (285) - Timmy Hasselman (CC) won by decision over Dylan Mazzone, 7-1
106 - Devan Poe (B) won by forfeit
Port A/Smethport 34, Johnsonburg 26
JOHNSONBURG — Bradeon Johnson earned a major decision, and teammates Chase Wimer, Isaiah Caden and Eli Petruzzi all picked up victories in contested matches to send the Gators to a crucial AMWL victory over the Rams.
Johnson’s major decision over Cole Norland at 126 by a 17-6 score combined with Wimer’s 5-4 decision at 106, Caden’s decision at 132 and Petruzzi’s pin over Dalton Stahli at 138 made the difference for Port A.
The Gators (9-2) also picked up forfeit wins from Bryent Johnson (113 pounds), Justin Young (220) and Owen Roboski (heavyweight).
“Looking at it, we knew it would be a really tough match in the league going into the night,” Port Allegany head coach Brad Greenman said. “We’ve been battling some sickness lately but I think that’s run its course and our kids are now getting healthy at the right time.”
Johnsonburg, meanwhile, earned major decisions from Cole Casilio at 170 pounds (16-5 score) and Isaac Zimmerman at 182 pounds (11-2 score).
Collin Porter (120 pounds), Caden Dennis (145) and Tyler Watts (195) won by decision for the Rams, and teammate Aiden Zimmerman pinned Trey Ayers in 1:34 at 152.
Johnsonburg (15-4) suffered its first league loss of the season.
Port A 34, Johnsonburg 26
106 – Chase Wimer (P) decisioned Wyatt Shaffer, 5-4
113 – Bryent Johnson (P) won by forfeit
120 – Collin Porter (J) decisioned Scott Fuller, 5-2
126 – Braedon Johnson (P) major decisioned Cole Norland, 17-6
132 – Isaiah Caden (P) decisioned Nolan Shaffer, 5-2
138 – Eli Petruzzi (P) pinned Dalton Stahli, 5:40
145 – Caden Dennis (J) decisioned Montgomery Tanner, 5-0
152 – Aiden Zimmerman (J) pinned Trey Ayers, 1:34
160 – Cole Haight (J) decisioned Taro Tanaka, 20-8
170 – Cole Casilio (J) major decisioned Ethan Debockler, 16-5
182 – Isaac Zimmerman (J) major decisioned Dalton Distrola, 11-2
195 – Tyler Watts (J) decisioned Derek Kallenborn, 11-5
220 – Justin Young (P) won by forfeit
HWT – Owen Roboski (P) won by forfeit