All-Intelligencer Wrestling First Team

by Drew Markol, The Intelligencer

Posted on March 30, 2020

Article originally appeared here:
https://www.theintell.com/sports/20200329/all-intelligencer-wrestling-first-team

106 - Teague McCormack, Central Bucks West sophomore

He made a significant jump from his freshman to sophomore seasons by winning 10 more matches and advancing to the PIAA Southeast Regional tournament, where he placed third at the PIAA District One-East tournament. He finished the season with a 31-4 record and 18 pins after going 21-12 as a freshman, and enters his junior season with 52 career wins.

113 - A.J. Stayton, Faith Christian freshman

He burst onto the scene in a big way by winning 32 matches. He also captured a PIAA Class 2A District One/12 title and then placed fourth at the Southeast Regional tournament to qualify for the PIAA tournament. He helped the Lions claim their third straight PIAA District One Class 2A Dual-Meet tournament title with a win over Conwell-Egan in the championship match.

120 - Chris Kim, Germantown Academy senior

He is the rare three-time, first-team All-Intelligencer selection and also a four-time, first-team all-Inter-Academic League selection. He will be considered one of the top wrestlers to ever go through the Germantown Academy program. He was a three-time National Prep tournament place-winner and a National Prep tournament runner-up as both a sophomore and a junior.

126 - Christian Colman, Germantown Academy junior

He has shown remarkable consistency in his three seasons with the Patriots by winning 30-plus matches each year. He placed third at the National Prep School tournament, the highest place finish of any Germantown Academy wrestler. He was a first-team all-Inter-Academic League selection and enters his senior season with 98 career victories.

132 - T.J. England, William Tennent senior

He is a two-time All-Intelligencer first-team selection. He won 34 or more matches in each of his four seasons while never losing more than seven matches. He was a two-time PIAA qualifier and advanced to Hershey this season by placing second at the Southeast Regional tournament. He spent his first two seasons wrestling at Archbishop Wood before transferring to William Tennent.

138 - William Morrow, North Penn sophomore

He made a big jump from his freshman to sophomore years by qualifying for the PIAA tournament this season after not making it out of the district tournament as a freshman. He finished his sophomore season with a 28-9 record and placed fifth at the Southeast Regional tournament to qualify for Hershey. He heads into his junior season with 53 career victories. Of those 53, 30 have come by fall.

145 - Shane Kibler, Abington sophomore

Another sophomore that made a huge jump in his second varsity season, Kibler qualified for the PIAA tournament after not making it out of the district tournament as a freshman. He finished his sophomore season with a 33-10 record (with 20 pins) and placed fifth at the Southeast Regional tournament to qualify for Hershey. He already has 62 career wins with 34 coming by fall.

152 - A.J. Tamburrino, Hatboro-Horsham senior

He was selected as The Intelligencer's Wrestler of the Year after picking up his second straight PIAA tournament medal earlier this month. The United States Naval Academy commit went 40-5 this past season and placed fifth in Hershey. A year ago, he won a bronze medal at the PIAA state tournament. He finished his career with 126 wins against just 14 losses.

160 - Max Schultz, Faith Christian senior

He will be considered one of the top wrestlers to go through the Faith Christian program. He was a two-time PIAA Class 2A District One/12 champion and a two-time PIAA qualifier. This past season, he went 37-10 (with 19 pins), won a district title and placed fourth at the Southeast Regional to qualify for Hershey. He finished his career with 115 victories and 56 falls.

170 - Jarret Niedosik, North Penn senior

He is a two-time All-Intelligencer first-team selection. He went 36-8, with 17 pins and qualified for the PIAA tournament after placing third at the District One-East tournament and fourth at the Southeast Regional tournament. In three varsity seasons he compiled 84 victories with 36 of them coming by pin. He had back-to-back 30-plus win seasons as a junior and senior.

182 - Luke Duthie, Germantown Academy junior

He was a first-team all-Inter-Academic League selection. This past season, he had a 22-5 record and placed seventh at the National Prep School tournament - one of four Germantown Academy wrestlers to do so. He spent his freshman season wrestling at La Salle High before transferring to Germantown Academy as a sophomore. He enters his senior season with 53 career victories.

195 - Logan Green, Pennridge senior

He is a two-time All-Intelligencer first-team selection and was a second-team selection as a sophomore. This past season, he had a 34-8 record and qualified for the PIAA tournament for the second straight season. He placed second at the District One-East tournament and third at the Southeast Regional tournament. He finished his career with 99 victories with 52 of them coming by pin.

220 - Logan Flynn, Hatboro-Horsham senior

He is a two-time All-Intelligencer first-team selection and was a second-team selection as a sophomore. This past season, he had a 35-8 record and qualified for the PIAA tournament for the first time. He placed second at the District-One East tournament and third at the Southeast Regional tournament. He finished his career with 99 victories with 48 of them coming by pin.

285 - Jeremy McGuigan, Quakertown senior

He only wrestled this season, but he made the most of it by compiling a 43-8 record with 31 pins. He also won a PIAA District One-East title. He helped the Panthers capture the Suburban One League Continental Conference title and also reach the PIAA Class 3A District One Dual-Meet tournament title match, where they fell to Spring-Ford.

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