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Huskies not only compete at Husky Duals but Dominate en route to the championship run

By Kenny Varner

LEWISTOWN – To say that the MIfflin County Huskies wrestling team dominated this year’s Husky Duals is a major understatement.

The Huskies dominated all three teams the faced Saturday starting with a win over Philipsburg Osceola at 64-6, a second win against South Western, 64-6 and they topped it off with a dominating 60-6 victory in the championship game against Spring Grove.

After notching the two quick wins, the Huskies took the momentum and continued to roll into their championship contest with Spring Grove.

The match started out at 120.

Hunter Johnson had an easy time with his win over Braxton Rice taking a 12-0 major decision.

At 126 Colby Seiler picked up another Husky win topping Heath Smyser.

132-pounder Blake Aumiller kept the MIfflin County rally going with a 8-1 decision over Ivan Vega.

Lucas Sheetz controlled Bryce Weaver upping the Huskies lead with his 5-0 shut out.

Deakon Schaeffer continued his strong effort muscling his way to an 8-7 decision over Jarod  Baker for the Huskies at 145.

With just seconds remaining in his match MIfflin County’s Parker Kearns pinned Brady Baker at 5:58 in the 152-pound weight class.

160-pounder Kyler Everly made quick work of Caleb Bowlin with a pin fall at 1:39.

172: Avery Aurand (MCH) over Brady Shaffer (SGAH) (Fall 4:14)

189: The Huskies got its first tech fall at 185-pounds when Trey Shoemaker Controlled the mat topping Teague Conover 15-0 at 4:00.

Continuing at 215, MIfflin County’s Anson Wagner pinned Logan  Herbst at 1:47.

Jaxson Pupo took the heavyweight contest at 285 when he pinned Michael Hershey at 3:29.

At 106, Spring Grove’s Tanner Grim picked up his team’s only win as he pinned Styers Oden at 2:35.

Mifflin County veteran Nic Allison took the 113 -pound weight with a quick pin fall over Jason Ruppert at 0:35.

In the semifinals against South Western, Mifflin County again allowed one score by their competitor, dropping them 64-6.

Nic Allison easy topped James Bonczewski by pin fall at 1:53 in the 113-pound weight class.

At 120, Hunter Johnson notched its second tech fall over Brian Williams shutting him out 15-0 at 4:21.

Colby Seiler took care of things at 126 when he pinned Dominic Warfield at 3:05.

132-pounder, the Huskies’ Blake Aumiller pinned Wyatt Hale at 2:42.

138: Lucas Sheetz picked up a pin of his own as he pinned Ian Borrell at 3:30.

Deakon Schaeffer continued the pinning exhibition as he pinned Caleb Wetzel in quick fashion at 0:28.

At 152, MIfflin County’s Parker Kearns picked up a major decision winning over Gavin Leitzel at 8-0.

Kyler Everly continued to dominate his opponents at 160-pounds as he pinned Ryan Curley 2:46.

South West finally got on the scoreboard at 172. Robbie Sterner picked up a pin of Avery Aurand at  2:18.

189: Trey Shoemaker (MCH) over Owen Reed (SWH) (TF 15-0 4:34) 215-pounder Anson Wagner notched a very dominating technical fall over Robert Utz 15-0 at 5:01.

At 285, Jaxson Pupo pinned Ayden Wysocki at 1:21.

Styers Oden came back to win a nail biting victory over Natalie Handy 9-8, officially ended the match sending the Huskies to the championship at 106.

In their opening contest, the Mifflin County wrestlers came out fast and came out strong in their 64-6 win over Philipsburg-Osceola.

Picking up wins by pin fall in the contest by the Huskies were Nick Allison (113), Hunter Johnson, Colby Seiler (126), Kyler Everly (160), Avery Aurand (172) and Trey Shoemaker (189).

Notching the easy forfeit victories were Styers Oden (106), Anson Wagner (215) and Jaxson Pupo (285).

Rounding thing out with decisions were Blake Aumiller (132), Deakon Schaeffer (145) and Parker Kearns (152).

The Mounties only win came at 138-pounds when Marcus Gable pinned Lucas Sheetz at 1:06.

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