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Huskies finish fifth at King of Mountain

The Mifflin County Huskies’ wrestling team continue to show the signs of what its going to take to be a team to be reckoned with in the near future.
With a strong mix of youth and experience, the Huskies left everything they had on the mats Saturday at the King of the Mountain wrestling tournament.
Led by a strong effort by returning state champion Trent Hidlay, the group scrapped and clawed their way to a fifth place finish out of 32 this past weekend and had a numerous amount of grapplers finishing in the medal rounds.
In a dream pairing Hidlay went up against another returning state champion Cody Mulligan of Saegertown.
In a nailbiter, Hidlay came out on top 3-2. The win was highlighted by a takedown in the first period by Hidlay and in the third and an escape for the victory.
Mulligan was only able to muster two escapes.
The win earned Hidlay the Most valuable Wrestler award at the tournament.
Newcomer Cross Tadaro finished seventh in his 220-pound weight class.
Christian Fisher fought tough in his chance for the top spot in the 113-pound weight class but had to end up with a second after a 4-1 loss to Jacob Bair.
At 132, Logan Wise finished in eighth place spot to finish thing out.
Trey Kibe picked up a seventh place medal as he picked up a win against Nick Montalbano of Seneca Valley, 8-7 at 152.
The Huskies will be back in action Wednesday against State College.

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