Boone wrestling gets by Mifflin
DANIEL BOONE 34, GOV. MIFFLIN 28>> At Shillington Jan. 3, Stephen Spitko and Gavin Richard recorded pins to lead the Blazers (4-0) past the Mustangs (3-1). Michael Raab and Dylan Kohl recorded pins for Gov. Mifflin.
The Blazers’ success in the lower weights saw them build an 18-0 lead before Raab’s pin at 132 and then a 31-6 lead after Daniel Drumheller’s decision at 138, JT Hogan’s forfeit win at 145 and Devin Dolla’s major at 152.
In the Mustangs’ late push, Jacob Blanski (tech fall at 170) and Takoda McNeil (major at 195) had bonus-point wins.
RAIDER DUALS >> On Jan. 5, Daniel Boone rolled to the championship of duals competition at Twin Valley. The Blazers handled Kennard Dale (59-13), ELCO (48-24), Oxford Area (39-22) and Penn Wood (720) before closing out with a 34-18 victory over Reading.
A sweep of the final three weights by Devin Dolla (152), Josh Smith (160) and Colby Pyle (170) enabled Boone to complete the sweep. Pyle scored a one-minute pin to put the match out of the Red Knights’ reach.
WILSON 58, DANIEL BOONE 49 >> At Birdsboro Jan. 3, Evin Timochenko scored seven of his 16 points and Stevie Mitchell scored six of his 15 in the first quarter as the Bulldogs jumped out to an early lead and held off the Blazers.
Chaunce Johnson scored a game-high 20 points for Daniel Boone. DANIEL BOONE 64, YORK COUNTRY
DAY 36 >> At York Jan. 5, Chaunce Johnson scored 26 points and Jared Tranovich had a careerhigh 22 to lead the Blazers (6-6) over the Greyhounds.
Logan Hinkle kicked in with eight points for Boone, which held a 37-17 lead at halftime. READING HIGH 52, EXETER 49 >> At Reiffton Jan. 3, Jose Brea hit the
tie-breaking free throw late and the Red Knights held on to top the Eagles.
The score was tied 49-49 with 2:19 to go and neither team was able to connect from the field the rest of the way. Reading’s Wesley Butler scored eight of his gamehigh 14 points in the third quarter and Daniel Colter added 10. Kyle Holmes led Exeter with 12 points and Wesley Murray had 10.
EXETER 48, WARWICK 37 >> At Reiffton Jan. 5, Alex Javier scored 19 points, including four 3-pointers, as the Eagles (5-4) topped the Warriors.
Joe Rohrbach kicked in with another eight for Exeter. MUHLENBERG 55, GOV. MIFFLIN
46>> At Laureldale Jan. 3, Mikai Washington led the way with 17 points and the Muhls got off to a fast start and beat the Mustangs. Nelson Colon added 14 points for Muhlenberg. Bryce Harman had 15 points and CamRon Stewart 14 for Gov. Mifflin.
GOV. MIFFLIN 52, MUHLENBERG 15 >> At Shilllington Jan. 4, Destiny White scored 15 points, including two 3-pointers, as the Mustangs defeated the Muhls.
Stella Mollica had 10 and Ta’Shonna Wright-Gaskins each chipped in nine for Mifflin. Taylor Walker led Muhlenberg with seven points. FLEETWOOD 39, DANIEL BOONE 25 >> At Fleetwood Jan. 4, Kayla Schlegel had eight points to lead the Tigers over the Blazers.
Courtney Gabbett had 12 points to lead Boone. LINDEN HALL 62, DANIEL BOONE 40
>> At Birdsboro Jan. 5, Courtney Gabbett matched her season high with 19 points but the Blazers (46) lost to Linden Hall.
Skylar Emory also hit double figures for Boone, scoring 12. READING HIGH 49, EXETER 26 >> On Jan. 4, Jasmine Perez had 17 points, including two 3-pointers, Nary Matias added 10 points and Shakema Fenner contributed eight as the Red Knights defeated the Eagles (5-5).
Jordan Davis led Exeter with seven points. CONRAD WEISER 34, EXETER 25 >> At Robesonia Jan. 5, Derra Townes scored 17 points to lead the Scouts over the Eagles (5-6). Michelle Mesquita kept the game close for Exeter, leading her team in scoring with 15 points.
DANIEL BOONE 2, WYOMISSING 1 >> At Jay Lanes Jan. 2, Alex Horton’s 678 series led the Blazers in their match with the Spartans.
Zach Whalen rolled a 597 to help Boone (9-6) outscore Wyomissing 2,964-2,874. Spencer Witzel followed with a 570.
EXETER 3, CONRAD WEISER 0 >> At Hiester Lanes Jan. 2, Ethan Reimert rolled a 649 series as the Eagles swept their match with the Scouts.
Luke Reaval followed with a 594 for Exeter, which outscored CW 2,835-2,528.
GOV. MIFFLIN 2, WILSON 1 >> At Berks Lanes Jan. 2, the 600 series of Kevin Baver and Matthew Latham keyed the Mustangs in their match with the Bulldogs.
Baver rolled a 655 for Mifflin, which held a 3,073-2,956 edge in team scoring. Latham followed with a 643.
DANIEL BOONE 3, WYOMISSING 0 >> At Jay Lanes Jan. 2, the Blazers continued their strong run in the 2018-19 season by blanking Wyomissing.
Boone (12-3), which headed the team scoring 2,552-2,335, was led by Alyssa Blood’s 640 series. Amanda Marley followed with a 569, and Mollie Maggs at 500.
EXETER 3, CONRAD WEISER 0 >> At Reiffton Jan. 2, Hailee shollenberger and Megan Myers led the way for the Eagles in their match with the Scouts.
Shollenberger had the day’s high series, a 553, while Myers followed with a 541.
GOV. MIFFLIN 3, WILSON 0 >> At West Lawn Jan. 2, Emily Garl rolled a 697 series to lead the Mustangs in their match with the Bulldogs.
Emily Breidegam and Alyssa Breidegam also had 600 series for Mifflin, rolling a respective 655 and 651. The Mustangs posted a team point differential of 3,1032,399.
GOV. MIFFLIN 95, MUHLENBERG 90 >> At Laureldale Jan. 2, the two-win outings of Aiden McCurley and Shane Stauffer proved key for the Mustangs to hold off the Muhls in their Central Penn League meet.
McCurley won the 200 IM (2:00.98) and 100 fly (54.92), with Stauffer doing the same in the 50 free (22.45) and100 back (57.81). Stauffer also swam the lead leg on GM’s winning 200 medley relay, teaming up with Jake Novotny, Matthew Brown and Aidan Hassler to clock a 1:47.88. GOV. MIFFLIN 102, CENTRAL YORK 83>> At York Jan. 4, Caden Blandford figured in on three first-place finishes for the Mustangs in their non-league meet with Central York.
Blandford won the 200 free (1:54.02) and 100 fly (57.95) while swimming a leg of Mifflin’s winning 400 free relay (3;22.04). Shane Stauffer (50 free, 22.54) was part of the Mustangs’ 200 medley and 400 free (3:22.04) relays.
GOV. MIFFLIN 127, MUHLENBERG 49>> At Laureldale Jan. 2, Av Enriquez figured in on four of the Mustangs’ race victories as they outswam the Muhls in their Central Penn League meet.
Enriquez headed the 200 free (1:56.49) and 100 back (1:03.83). She also swam legs of Mifflin’s winning 200 medley relay (1:53.44) and 400 free relay (3;45.39). GOV. MIFFLIN 106, CENTRAL YORK
80>> At York Jan. 4, Emma Steckiel and Becca Brown each figured in on four first-place finishes for the Mustangs in their non-league meet with Central York.
Steckiel won the 200 free (1:53.83) and 100 back (1:01.44) in addition to swimming legs of Mifflin’s winning 200 free (1:37.79) and 400 free (3:39.11) relays.
Brown headed the 20 free (24.48) and 100 free (53.71) while also participating on GM’s winning relays.
Daniel Boone’s Gavin Richard had a pin in the Blazers’ 34-28 win over Gov. Mifflin on Jan. 3.