SOUTH DAYTON - Fredonia had seven wrestling champions en route to winning the annual Pine Valley Invitational on Saturday.
Tyler Cassidy (132), Pat McCarthy (113), Jude Gardner (145), Nick Nocek (195), Zack Buckley (170), Dakota Gardner (126) and Chris Saden (220) all won their classes for Fredonia.
Cassidy defeated Brandon Winter of Franklinville at 132 pounds, McCarthy beat Philip Tripi of Holland at 113 pounds, Jude Gardner prevailed over Nick Scheer of East Aurora at 145 pounds, Nocek took care of Patrick O'Brien of Springville at 195 pounds and Buckley whipped Shawn Nerthling of Fairview, Pa., at 170 pounds.
Rounding out the titles for Fredonia were Dakota Gardner over Nick Winter of Franklinville at 126 pounds and Saden over Brian Kerwin of Wilson at 220 pounds.
Recording wins for the Falconer B team, which placed second, were Ricky Griffith in the 99 pound match over Vince Tripi of Holland, Javen Newman in the 285-pound bout over D.J. Hamrick of Westfield-Ripley-Chautauqua Lake and Jacob Peru in the 106-pound match over teammate Dylan Ingrao.
Nick Sandy of Cattaraugus-Little Valley-Pine Valley was victorious at 152 pounds after dropping Sean Sluberski of Fredonia.
Franklinville finished third among 11 teams followed by Cattaraugus-Little Valley-Pine Valley, Fairview, East Aurora, Westfield-Ripley-Chautauqua Lake, Wilson, Allegany-Limestone, Holland and Springville.
Other finishes for Falconer were Austin Ormond (120) third, and Cameron Page (99), Mike Waddington (113), Scott Green (126) and Zak Mata (132) all came in fourth.
Nate Lazickas of East Aurora (120 pounds) was named the most outstanding wrestler.
99: Ricky Griffith (Fal. B)) d. Vince Tripi (Holland).
106: Jacob Peru (Fal. B) d. Dylan Ingrao (Fal. B).
113: Pat McCarthy (Fred.) d. Philip Tripi (Holland).
120: Nate Lazickas (East Aurora) d. Zach Bierdeldt (A-L)
126: Dakota Gardner (Fred.) d. Nick Winter (Franklinville).
132: Tyler Cassidy (Fred.) d, Brandon Winter (Franklinville).
138: Pat Defoe (Fred.) d. Julius Woma (Fred.).
145: Jude Gardner (Fred.) d. Nick Scheer (EA).
152: Nick Sandy (Catt-LV-PV) d. Sean Sluberski (Fred.).
160: Johnathan Anderson (Fair.) d. Alex Kellly (Catt-LV-PV)
170: Zach Buckley (Fred.) d. Shawn Nerthling (Fair.).
195: Nick Nocek (Fred.) d. Patrick O'Brien (Springville).
220: Chris Saden (Fred.) d. Brian Kerwin (Wil.).
285: Javen Newman Fal.) d. D. J. Hamrick (WRCL).
99: Max Kilijanski (EA) d. Jake Lipert (A-L).
106: Jovany Ruiz (Fred.) d. Blaine Berg (Falc.).
113: Devon Wesolek (Fred.) d. Mike Waddington (Falc.).
120: Matt Bacher (Franklinville) d. James Herr (Holland).
126: Logan Martin (Cattaraugus-LV-PV) d. Scott Greene (Falc.).
132: Jordan Kayes (A-L) d. Zak Mata (Falc.).
138: Dylan Rhinehart (Catt-LV-PV) d. Dylan Gross (WRCL).
145: Anthony Minneci (Fair.) d. Eric Michaels (Franklinville).
152: Billy Fleming (Catt-LV-PV) d. Brandon Teboe (Falc.).
160: Chase Wheeler (Wil.) d. Justin Stephenson (Wil).
170: Alex Stalker (Catt-LV-PV) d. Chris Dolling (Catt-LV-PV).
195: Alex Swan (WRCL) d. Carl Ratzel (Franklinville).
220: Ryan Cardman (Fair.) d. Dean Cole (Franklinville).
285: Patrick Garvey (EA) d. Dillin Dash (Franklinville).
AMHERST - Nolan Hunt won a wrestling championship for Westfield-Ripley-Chautauqua Lake at the annual Joe Shifflett Invitational at Sweet Home on Saturday.
Hunt took all four matches at 132 pounds and capped it off by outlasting Tim Datillo of Victor, 20-12.
Trevor Enterline, also from WRCL, wasn't so fortunate in his title match as he was pinned at 220 pounds by Ethan Renosa of Victor in 3:59. Enterline won his two previous matches.
Kale Gilbert came in fourth for WRCL at 132 pounds, while teammates Roger Williams was fifth at 120 pounds, and Damon Raynor at 126 pounds and Tyler Furlow at 182 were each sixth.
Victor was the runaway winner with 264 points among the 11-team field. Niagara Wheatfield and Starpoint tied for second place with 179 points while Kenmore West was fourth with 173 points and Iroquois was fifth with 170 points.
Westfield-Ripley-Chautauqua Lake was eighth with 93 points and Portville was ninth with 75 points.
Pat Welling (126) of Iroquois was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler.