Bristol's two first-period pins turned out to be the difference in a 36-24 Bicentennial Athletic League wrestling win at Phil-Mont Christian Wednesday.
The league opener for both schools was a back-and-forth contest until Tom Kelly, a senior, pinned Ted Eckel in the first period of their 112-pound bout.
Teammate Randy Cope put the match away for the Warriors by decking Ryant Robert with five seconds left in the first period.
The match featured an anomaly with no bouts ending in a decision. All 13 matches were either won by a fall or a forfeit.
Friends Schools. Chris Callans pinned Dustin Hill in the first period of the 140-pound bout to propel Friends' Central to a 47-15 win at Abington Friends.
Another key win for the Phoenix came at 130, when Kerry Snider registered a major decision over Jake Segal, 9-0.
Public. Carlos Noisette got Olney off to a good start with a third-period pin at 145 pounds as the Trojans handled visiting Kensington, 60-6.
The match started at 130, and Noisette's pin made the team score 12-6. Olney won 10 straight bouts after that.
The Trojans (2-0) beat Franklin Towne Charter last week.
Northeast won its second straight, making the short trip down Cottman Avenue for a 73-0 win at Lincoln. Evan Wagonfield (152) earned a third-period pin, and Rich Wendler (171) pinned his foe in the second period.
Washington overwhelmed visiting Franklin Towne Charter, 51-18, getting consecutive first-period pins from Christian Mazza, Daniel Karmize, and Jamie Marrero between 145 and 160.
Nariman Lomidze pinned Anton Medford (1 minute, 9 seconds) in the 215-pound bout.
Catholic. St. Joseph's Prep beat visiting rival Roman Catholic, 45-30, but had to wait until near the end of the match to do it as Paul Johnson pinned Sam Baron-Harris in the third period of the heavyweight bout.
The win rendered the final two bouts of the evening meaningless.
The matched opened at 119.
The Hawks registered seven pins prior to that one, none more impressive than Mike Delsignore's first-period decking of Roman Catholic's Matt Niemiein in the 130-pound bout.
North Catholic compiled six pins in a 67-9 win over visiting Cardinal O'Hara. The Falcons (1-0) closed out the match with a 36-second pin by Erik Stankiewicz at 119. They also got pins from Anthony White, Tim Maguire, A.J. Vizcarrondo, and Jeremy Reith.
Central. Ben Auerbach's third-period pin of Kelly Bertelvie at 103 pounds clinched host Haverford High's 37-27 win over Springfield (Delaware County).
Zach Geanotes pinned Alex Csop in 35 seconds at 130 to clinch host Harriton's 40-34 win over Strath Haven. Teammate Manos Attaliadis pinned Brandon McCullough (29 seconds) in the heavyweight bout.
Suburban One American. Joey Pierce (171) and heavyweight Marcus Robbins were among those earning pins for Norristown in its 72-9 win at Cheltenham.
Pioneer Athletic. Perkiomen Valley used a strong performance from its heavier weights to record a 56-21 win at Pottstown. The Vikings built a 24-3 lead after the start of the match (152), partly because of pins at 189 from Bobby Strickland and 215 from Lou Fioravanti at 215. They opened the match by getting two forfeits.
Nonleague. Two Friends Schools League teams, Abington Friends and Friends' Central, beat Solebury School by identical 48-12 scores in a double-dual match at Abington Friends.
Remy Yong's 2-0 decision at 130 proved to be a key one for host Haverford School in a 42-30 win over Glen Mills. Teammates Daniel Tornetta (125) and Dylan Hewitt (152) registered pins for the Fords.
Guard Devonte Newbill scored 30 points and took home the MVP trophy for Strawberry Mansion in a 60-55 win over host Glen Mills in the finals of the Glen Mills Tournament.
Suburban One American. Jaylen Bond scored 29 points to lead Plymouth Whitemarsh to an 81-37 win at Upper Moreland.
A.J. Picard's 19 points helped host Souderton fly past Cheltenham, 63-58.
Friends Schools. Dominic Morris paced a balanced scoring attack with 17 points for host Friends' Central in a 71-45 win over Germantown Friends. Amille Jefferson added 16, Travis Robinson 13, and Devin Coleman 11 for the Phoenix.
Nonleague. At Philadelphia University, Joe Nardi scored 26 points as St. Joseph's Prep pulled away for a 60-49 win over Germantown Academy.
Kevin Mulquin and Josh Heyliger each scored 13 points to lead host Hill School past Penn Charter, 55-43. The Quakers were paced by Princeton-bound Tom Noonan, who scored 19 points.
Mark Wilmer, a 6-6 forward, scored 36 points and added 11 rebounds as host Prep Charter outlasted North Catholic, 92-80.
Nick Griffin's putback of a missed shot as time expired at the end of regulation gave Delco Christian the opening it needed to beat host Interboro, 54-51, in three overtimes. Jordan Sbraccia led the Knights with 16 points.
Matt Powers, a 6-foot-1 wing guard, knocked down four three-pointers on the way to 36 points to lead host CAPA past Science Leadership Academy, 68-53. Powers had 41 in a game last winter.
Brett Nagle's 16 points led host Friends Select past Community Academy of Philadelphia, 54-22.
Ray Jaggon and Jabreil McLeod each scored 18 points for Olney in its 63-55 win at Hope Charter. The Cannons, who play their games in West Oak Lane, were led by Steve Randall's 27 points.
Isaiah Baker's 18 points and 12 rebounds powered host Episcopal Academy past Phelps, 59-52. The key quarter for the Churchmen was the first, when they outscored the Lions, 15-7.
Palumbo's Anthony Wallace scored 23 points in a 61-53 win over Swenson.
St. Basil's halftime adjustments on the defensive chalkboard helped make the difference in a 50-36 Association of Catholic Academies win over visiting Sacred Heart.
The Panthers, who had been playing a man-to-man defense in the first half, switched over to a 2-3 zone at the beginning of the third quarter, and that keyed an 16-7 run that put the game away.
Jacqui Thompson led the Panthers with 18 points.
Inter-Ac. Agnes Irwin got 12 points from Shannon Williford in a 46-27 win at Baldwin.
Bicentennial. Emily Steiger scored 16 points and Sarah Asher added 11 as Phil-Mont Christian earned a 40-31 win at Plumstead Christian. Keri Roberts led the Panthers with 12 points.
Penn-Jersey. Teharah Worrell scored 22 points for Mercy Vocational in a 42-35 win at International Christian. Worrell keyed a 15-8 run in the fourth quarter that determined the outcome.
Linette Young added 12 points for the Monarchs, who evened both their overall (3-3) and Penn-Jersey League (2-2) records.
Nonleague. Edison held off a late charge from visiting Franklin Learning Center to come away with a 51-48 win. The Owls watched as the Bobcats went on an 18-8 fourth-quarter run to close to within three points in the final quarter, thanks, in part, to Kellie Wilson's 14 points. Franklin Learning Center dropped to 1-1.
Hill School got 17 points from Brittany Adamski and 15 more from Ellen Dvorak in a 59-40 win over visiting Germantown Friends.
Katie Gibbs scored only seven points, but she chipped in with a game-high 13 rebounds and 11 of those came in the first half when the Blues forged out to a 33-18 lead. Dvorak finished with eight rebounds for Hill School. Shelby Tucker's 14 points paced the Tigers (1-4).
In a game between perennial powers from their respective leagues, Chester of the Del-Val League ran past University City of the Public League, 71-54, behind Karen Flagg, who finished with 23 points. Flagg scored 10 of her points in the third quarter, when the Clippers went on a 25-12 run. Antoinette Robinson led the Jaguars with 21 points.