Franklin High School had five wrestlers qualify for the District 10 AA tournament after placing in the top seven at the Section 2 competition Friday and Saturday at Sharon High School.
Sophomore Cael Dailey had the highest finish for the team, taking second place in the 106-pound bracket. He will be joined at the D-10 tournament by teammates Kadin Karns, junior, fourth place, 215 pounds; Jonah Heckathorne, junior, fifth place, 160 pounds; Cael Ziegler, senior, sixth place, 152 pounds; and Kanyon Crawford, freshman, sixth place, 285 pounds.
The District 10 AA tournament is scheduled for Friday and Saturday at Sharon High School.
Dailey will face Elijah Lazar of Girard; Ziegler will meet Clay Thomas of Union City; Heckathorne will meet Gregory Roae of Maplewood; Karns will be against John Duran of Fort LeBoeuf; and Crawford will wrestle Zachary Baldwin of Girard.
A complete list of the District 10 AA brackets is available online at http://live.pa-wrestling.com/.
The Titusville High School wrestling squad moves forward into the districts with all its team aqualify as the squad took fourth place in the Section 2 contest.
Junior Brock Covell, who went into the tournament as the third seed, led the Rockets by taking the top of the 172-pound division. He will receive a bye in the first round of the District 10 AA tournament when it kicks off Friday.
The team had second-place finishes from sophomores Trenton Rodgers at 126 pounds and Kaleb Brunst at 189 pounds, and senior Lodge Nosko at 285 pounds.
Also moving on to districts are sophomores Nate Stearns (132}, Gavin Donaldson (138) and Landon Wolfkiel, (145) and freshman Jaxson Covell (152), who all finished in fourth place, as well as senior Kolin Baker (215) who finished in sixth place.
Conneaut Area High School may have only had five wrestlers in the competition, but they had two champions. Sophomore Hunter Gould took the 120-pound bracket and Collin Hearn finished in first place at 160-pounds. They will be joined in the district tournament by Will Schell, sophomore, sixth place, 126 pounds; Mitchell Blood, freshman, seventh place, 138 pounds; and Logan Groover, sophomore, seventh place, 152 pounds.
The Cranberry wrestling team, which includes athletes from Oil City, will be back in action next weekend as well. The squad will compete in the District 9 AA tournament Saturday at Clarion University.
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