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Frankenfield Takes Second as Wildcats Compete at Jamestown
JAMESTOWN, N.Y.. – In their final tune-up before Sunday’s Penn State University Athletic Conference/United States Collegiate Athletic Association Championships, Pennsylvania College of Technology wrestlers competed last Sunday in the Jayhawk Open at Jamestown, N.Y., Community College and Wildcat Dan Frankenfield recorded a second-place finish in the 174-pound weight class.
Frankenfield, of Dushore, posted three wins – a pin and two decisions -- before falling to Austin Weigel of the University at Buffalo, 4-1, in the finale.
Also for Penn College, Kyle Sunseri, of Athens, went 4-2, including two wins by fall, and finished fourth in the 149-pound division; Aaron Doll, of Glen Rock, went 1-2 and placed fourth at 125 and Dalton Deimler, of Middletown, was 0-1 and finished sixth, also at 125.
Other Wildcat wrestlers and their tournament records include: Joe Champluvier, of Laceyville, at 157 (2-2); Tanner Leid, of Terre Hill, at 157 (1-2); Taylor Porter, of Milton, at 157 (3-2); Cesar Gonzalez, of Woodbridge, Va., at 157 (0-2); Mike Failla, of Beach Lake, at 197 (1-2); and Pat Fitzgerald, of Port Royal, at 197 (2-2). Champluvier and Fitzgerald each had one win by fall for the day.
“It was a good tournament for us in many ways. A couple of guys really wrestled up, like I had been looking for them to do. … I think they’re sort of finding their heart in that they didn’t really stop wrestling, kept wrestling, tried to wrestle through it and I think it’s really going to help us in the postseason,” Wildcats coach Schuyler Frey said.
Looking ahead to Sunday and the PSUAC/USCAA Invitational Championships at Penn State’s Rec Hall, Frey said, “Dan (Frankenfield) is wrestling really well, Kyle Sunseri really has turned the corner the last couple of weeks and my 157 pounders just continue to battle hard. … I hope we can build on what we did this past weekend and get six, eight, 10 place-winners.”
Action on four mats Sunday begins at 11 a.m. Doors open at 8 a.m.
125: Paul Deitz (Gannon) tech. fall Dalton Deimler, 18-2
125: Dillion Stowell (Brockport) pinned Aaron Doll, 1:25
125: Aaron Doll (PC) win by med. ff. Dalton Deimler
125: Corey Hollister (Buffalo) pinned Aaron Doll, 6:00
125: Pat McCarthy (Jamestown) win by med. ff. Dalton Deimler
149: Kyle Sunseri (PC) pinned Tom Liuzzo (unattached), 4:00
149: Kevin Strong (Niagara CC) pinned Kyle Sunseri, 2:48
149: Kyle Sunseri (PC) pinned William Sischo (Jamestown), 6:21
149: Kyle Sunseri (PC) dec. Devone Aldegren (Jamestown), 6-0
149: Kyle Sunseri (PC) win by med. ff. Phil Marra (PSU NK)
149: Lucas Ciancamino (Cortland) dec. Kyle Sunseri, 6-3
157: Joe Champluvier (PC) pinned Colin Austin (PSU NK), 6:42
157: Tanner Leid (PC) dec. Barry Hart (Niagara CC), 4-3
157: Jake Kondrick (Gannon) dec. Taylor Porter, 8-6
157: Casey Lanave (Cortland) pinned Joe Champluvier, 1:13
157: Ty Schoffstall (Edinboro) dec. Tanner Leid, 14-5
157: Jude Gardner (Niagara CC) pinned Cesar Gonzalez, 3:52
157: Taylor Porter (PC) maj. dec. Ian Lipford (Gannon), 13-2
157: Jake Himes (PSU Dubois) maj. dec. Cesar Gonzalez, 11-0
157: Taylor Porter (PC) tech. fall Colin Austin (PSU NK), 16-1
157: Ty Haines (PSU Dubois) dec. Tanner Leid, 3-2
157: Joe Champluvier (PC) dec. Jake Himes (PSU Dubois), 5-4
157: Taylor Porter (PC) pinned Mike Southwick (Jamestown), 3:50
157: Ty Haines (PSU Dubois) maj. dec. Joe Champluvier, 12-3
157: Garrett Smith (Gannon) maj. dec. Taylor Porter, 8-0
174: Dan Frankenfield (PC) pinned Nicholas Geary (Pitt WC), 0:53
174: Dan Frankenfield (PC) dec. Josh Reed (Cortland), 11-6
174: Dan Frankenfield (PC) dec. Bryan McCoy (Jamestown), 5-0
174: Austin Weigel (Buffalo U) dec. Dan Frankenfield, 4-1
197: Hunter Proctor (Mercyhurst NE) dec. Mike Failla, 9-5
197: Pat Fitzgerald (PC) pinned Tyler Aitcheson (Jamestown), 4:36
197: Mike Failla (PC) dec. Tighe Woods (PSU DuBois), 6-4
197: Anthony Petrella (unatt.) pinned Pat Fitzgerald, 1:46
197: Brian Curless (Cornell) pinned Mike Failla 3:00
197: Pat Fitzgerald (PC) dec. Matt Bruskin (Pitt WC), 11-9
197: Brian Curless (Cornell) pinned Pat Fitzgerald, 0:15
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