The Tool City Tournament has a long tradition of boosting wrestlers to the next level.
Over the course of two days, several wrestlers got a chance to test their mettle against some top and unusual opponents.
Penns Valley High traveled from way out passed State College and they came away with the team crown.
This gave area wrestlers a chance to know the talent out there.
Titusville came in third overall in the team standings with three champions.
Trenton Rodgers upset Colten Shunk of Penns Valley at 133 with a pin at 1:25.
Nate Stearns held on for a 4-3 win over freshman Cash Morrell of Cochranton at 139.
Expected champion Brock Covell pinned Ethan Fetterolf of Penns Valley in 2:41 in the 172 bout.
Other wrestlers taking home medals for Titusville included fourth-place finishes from Gavin Donaldson (145), and Landen Wolfkiel (152).
Sawyer Wolfkiel (107), JJ Miller (160), and Kameron Mong (189) finished in sixth place.
Top finishers for Maplewood were Cadyn Shetler, 114, third; Chase Blake, 127, third; and Zayne Smith, 189, eighth.
Other Crawford County athletes in the finals included Ben Fuller, Meadville, 107, first; Carter Beck, Saegertown, 114, first; Caleb Anderson, Meadville, 121, second; Hunter Gould, CASH, 127, first; Gunnar Gage, Cambridge Springs, 145, first; Collin Hearn, CASH, 160, first; Ty Tidball, Meadville, 189, second; and Porter Brooks, Saegertown, 215, second.
To review all the brackets and placings, go online to FloWrestling.
Pictures from the action earlier on Saturday can be found under the Sports tab.
Highlights off the tournament trophies on a table created a little bokeh in this action shot.
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