Meadville and Titusville have three wrestlers each in the finals. Saegertown and CASH are sending two a piece. Penns Valley has a commanding team lead and has five wrestlers in the finals. The Parade of Champions is slated for 4:30 p.m.
Meadville's Ben Fuller will face Adika Fiscus of Warren at 107 pounds. Both won their semis by fall.
At 114 Carter Beck of Saegertown will face Penns Valley's Jack Darlington.
Caleb Anderson of Meadville will face Penns Valley's Braydon Lisowski at 121.
At 127, CASH's Hunter Gould takes on Howland's Adam Hackman
Trenton Rodgers, Titusville's 133-pounder will take on Penn Valley's Colten Shunk.
An all-local final at 139 will feature Nate Stearns of Titusvellie against Cash Morrell of Cochranton.
Cambridge Springs's lone finals contender Gunnar Gage will face Westmont Hilltop's David Ray at 145.
There are no local wrestlers at 152 with Penn Valley's Ty Watson facing Girard's Story Buchanan.
CASH's second finals contender, Collin Hearn will square off at 160 against Union City's Clay Thomas.
Titusville's Brock Covell cruises into the finals to face yet another Penns Valley wrestler Ethan Fetterolf at 172
Ty Tidall of Meadville will take on Seneca's Ryan Miller in the 189-pound bracket.
Saegertown's big Porter Brooks looks for a Tool City Championship at 215 against Girard's Abe Keep.
Finishing off the finals at 285 at two out-of-towners Jacob Baxter of Howland, Ohio who will take on Girard's Zach Baldwin.
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