Courier Times Wrestling Golden Team

by Drew Markol, Bucks County Courier Times

Posted on March 30, 2020

Article originally appeared here:
https://www.buckscountycouriertimes.com/sports/20200329/courier-times-wrestling-golden-team

106 - Cavan Kinne, Council Rock South junior

In just his second year on varsity, he qualified for the PIAA tournament and put together a 36-14 record, netting 15 more wins than his sophomore season. He won the PIAA District One-East title and finished third at the Southeast Regional tournament to qualify for Hershey, where he won his first consolation match before being eliminated.

113 - Ryan Kelly, Conwell-Egan junior

He had a 29-11 record this season and qualified for the PIAA tournament by winning the District One/12 title and finishing fourth at the Southeast Regional tournament. He helped the Eagles reach the PIAA Class 2A District One/12 Dual-Meet tournament championship match, where they lost to Faith Christian. He spent his freshman season wrestling at Bristol before transferring to Conwell-Egan.

120 - Kyle Hauserman, Council Rock North junior

A two-time, first-team Golden Team selection, he had a 35-4 record this season and qualified for his third straight PIAA tournament. He placed fourth in Hershey after winning a bronze medal at the state tournament last season. He was one of four Indians to win a PIAA state medal and also helped them place fifth in the PIAA Class 3A state team standings. He heads into his senior season with a whopping 116 career wins and just 19 losses.

126 - Luke Lucerne, Council Rock North senior

He had a 31-4 record this season, qualified for his fourth straight PIAA tournament and won his third state medal by placing third after finishing fourth a season ago. He was one of four Indians to win a PIAA medal and also helped them place fifth in the PIAA Class 3A state team standings. He will wrestle collegiately at the United States Naval Academy.

132 - Zac Martin, Neshaminy junior

He had a 35-5 record this season and qualified for his third straight PIAA tournament and won his first state medal by placing sixth. He also won his first PIAA District One-East title and his first Southeast Regional title to qualify for Hershey. He's had 33-plus victories in each of his three seasons. He heads into his senior year with a 105-31 record with 42 pins.

138 - Hunter Mays, Conwell-Egan sophomore

After missing his freshman season due to injury, he put together a superb first varsity year by finishing with a 37-5 record and qualifying for the PIAA tournament. He won a PIAA District One/12 title and placed second at the Southeast Regional to qualify for Hershey. He helped the Eagles get to the PIAA Class 2A District One/12 Dual-Meet tournament championship match, where they lost to Faith Christian.

145 - Connor Eck, Bensalem junior

He had a 38-5 record this past season and qualified for his first PIAA tournament. He won a PIAA District One-East title and was second at the Southeast Regional tournament. He spent his freshman season at Bensalem before transferring to Archbishop Wood for his sophomore year and then returning to Bensalem as a junior. He enters his senior season with 88 career victories with 32 pins.

152 - Cameron Robinson, Council Rock North senior

A four-time PIAA qualifier and three-time PIAA medalist, he is the Courier Times' Golden Team Wrestler of the Year for the second straight season. He finished fifth in Hershey as a sophomore and placed second at states as both a junior and a senior. He finished his career with 152 victories and never had fewer than 35 wins in a season. He will wrestle at Iowa State University.

160 - Dillon Sheehy, Council Rock North senior

A two-time, first-team Golden Team selection, he had a 42-7 record this season, qualified for his third straight PIAA tournament and won his first state medal by placing seventh. He was one of four Indians to win a PIAA medal and also helped them place fifth in the PIAA Class 3A team standings. He finished his career with 129 victories. He will wrestle at the United States Military Academy.

170 - Gunner Spain, Neshaminy senior

He had a 37-11 record this season and qualified for his first PIAA tournament. He won a PIAA District One-East title and placed second at the Southeast Regional tournament to qualify for Hershey, where he won two matches. He finished his career with 100 victories and 56 pins, winning 67 matches over his last two seasons. He is also an accomplished MMA fighter.

182 - Giani Gilch, Council Rock South senior

A two-time, first-team Golden Team selection, he had a 39-11 record this season and qualified for his third straight PIAA tournament. He won his second consecutive PIAA District One-East title and placed third at the Southeast Regional tournament to qualify for Hershey. He finished his career with 106 wins and 58 pins despite winning just eight times as a freshman.

195 - Davis Lee, Pennsbury senior

He is the rare two-time, first-team Golden Team selection that was selected at a lower weight class the second time as last year he received the honor at 220 pounds. He had a 30-7 record this season and won his second straight PIAA District One-East tournament before placing sixth at the Southeast Regional tournament. He finished his career with a 112-29 record and a whopping 67 pins.

220 - Charley Mininger, Archbishop Wood senior

He came back to wrestling after missing his junior season with a knee injury. He had a 12-4 record this season and won a Philadelphia Catholic League title and placed second at the PIAA District 12 tournament to advance to the Southeast Regional tournament. He was also a standout football player for a Vikings team which won the PIAA Class 5A title in December. He will play football in college at West Chester University.

285 - John Klewin, Bensalem senior

A two-time, first-team Golden Team selection, he had a 34-5 record this season and qualified for his second straight PIAA tournament. He placed second at the PIAA District One-East tournament and third at the Southeast Regional tournament for the second straight year to qualify for Hershey. He finished with 98 career victories and 58 pins despite not wrestling as a freshman.

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