Week 6 nominees for Army STRONG Wrestler/Wrestling Coach of the Year

A& PA Staff Report

Nominations are now online for Week 6 of the Army STRONG Wrestler/Wrestling Coach of the Year for Pennsylvania, honoring Pennsylvania’s best high school wrestlers and coaches. Anyone can vote for the weekly winner online at http://www.TheSportsFlash.com. Voting ends at 9 p.m. EST on Thursday, Jan. 27. Winner announced on Friday, Jan. 28.

Nine students were nominated from the following high schools. To vote for your favorite wrestler, please visit http://www.thesportsflash.com/ARMY-WRESTLING-PA-WK1.htm
or e-mail your vote to ArmySTRONG.PA@TheSportsFlash.com with the name of your wrestler.

  1. Patrick Bewak of Hempfield Area SHS (1E1K) is 19-4 on the season and 115-40 for his career.  Earlier this season, Bewak won his first Westmoreland County Wrestling Tournament title, winning the 119-pound weight-class championship.    


  1. Sean Bise of East Pennsboro Area SHS (1E2F) collected his 100th career victory, going 5-0 at the Juniata Duals, pushing his career record to 101-34. 


  1. Garrett Hammond of Chambersburg Area SHS (1E2B) went 5-0 at the Gettysburg Duals, earning the fastest falls honor, recording four pins in just 4:54.


  1. Zach Horan of Nazareth Area HS (1E9C) improved to 26-0 this season with a 4-3 win over Walsh Jesuit’s Johnni DiJulius, a two-time state champion in Ohio.  The win helped Nazareth Area to a 48-23 win. 


  1. Michael Innes of Chartiers-Houston HS (1E5W) won the gold at 145 at the Tri-County Tournament, helping his team to a 3rd-place finish in the event.


  1. Bobby Manning of West Perry SHS (1E2D) beat Mt. Union’s Blake Morder, 6-2, at the Juniata Duals to win his 100th career match.  


  1. Zach Nye of East Pennsboro AREA SHS (1E2F) wrestles in the heavyweight division and sent 5-0 at the Juniata Duals, improving to 128-13 in his prep wrestling career.  


  1. Aaron Toth of Charleroi Area HS (1E1M) won his second title at the Burgettstown Tournament, winning the 125-pound title with a 4-3 win over Chartiers-Houston’s Andrew Vernau in the final.  


  1. Joe Welk of Solanco HS (1E3A) won the title at 152-pounds at the Lancester-Lebanon League Wrestling Tournament, knocking off previously unbeaten Dylan Killian of Anneville-Cleona in the final, 12-5.  With the win, Welk improved to 17-3 this season. 

Six coaches were nominated from the following high schools. To cast your vote, go to http://www.thesportsflash.com/ARMY-WRESTLING-PA-WK1.htm.

  1. Vince DeAugustine of Hempfield Area SHS (1E1K) clinched the Section 2A-AAA title with a    37-28 win over Connellsville.  Hempfield is 13-2 this season and 4-0 against subsection opponents.  


  1. Jeff Sweigard of Central Dauphin SHS (1E3D) led his team to a 62-3 win over previously unbeaten Carlisle, improving to 11-0, 5-0 in the Mid-Penn Commonwealth Conference.  


  1. David McCollum of Bermudian Springs HS (1E2M) helped his team improve to 22-0 with a 50-18 win over Eastern York.


  1. Chuck Tursky of Kiski Area HS (1E4V) helped his team earn a subsection title with a 36-33 win over Central Catholic to win the Section 1A-AAA finale for both teams, improving to 10-0 this season.


  1. Tony Miller of Spring Grove Area HS (1E2M) earned his 200th career victory, a 46-12 win over Red Lion.  Miller improved to 200-52 in 14 seasons at Spring Grove. 


  1. Ryan Yates of Burrell HS (1E4V) coached his squad to the team-title at the Brookville Duals, beating Ridgway (56-15), Mercer (61-15), Northern Lehigh (42-30), Reynolds (39-21), and defending state champion Fort LeBoeuf (46-22).   


Remember: You can nominate and vote for your students and coaches on a weekly basis.

To nominate and vote for your favorite Army Strong Wrestler/Coach, please visit http://www.thesportsflash.com.


About armystrongpa

Welcome to the United States Army Harrisburg Recruiting Battalion. The “Steel” battalion is a proud organization dedicated to supporting the important mission of recruiting for “America’s Army.” Your assignment as a recruiter in the great state of Pennsylvania will be an extremely challenging and rewarding experience for you, both professionally and personally. With over 200 community-based professionals located in communities throughout Pennsylvania who share the same concerns as do all responsible citizens regarding the future of America’s youth. In particular, we want to help students stay in school, remain drug-free, be physically fit, and realize their potential to become productive members of society.
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