Great Valley not only won its own wrestling tournament yesterday, but also crowned five individual champions in the process.
At 145 pounds, Tony Pisciella decisioned Downingtown West's Anthony Madanat, 3-1. That was followed by a win by teammate Dominic DeRobertis, who decisioned Kennett's Justin Phillips, 9-0. At 160, Great Valley's Justin Schnellenger pinned Souderton's Peter Jenne in the first period.
Other Great Valley champions were Kyle Liberato (125) and Carl Buchholz (215).
Southeastern Pennsylvania Classic.
At Spring-Ford, Hatboro-Horsham's three individual champions were enough to edge Wilson for the team title. Matt Harkins (112) and Nick Lynch (140) posted third-period pins, and heavyweight Alex Myers decisioned Perkiomen Valley's Chase Godfrey, 4-3.
William Tennent Duals.
The host Panthers needed only four wins to earn the title by 56-15 over Northeast.
Alex Hughes and Zach Wintrop combined for only six points but scored four of them when needed to give host Friends Select the championship with a 53-51 win over Nueva Esperanza in the final of its own tournament.
Hughes and Wintrop made layups in the final minute to help the Falcons (2-0) erase a 51-49 deficit. Friends Select's Corey Smith was named MVP.
Archbishop Wood beat the host Ghosts, 47-36, in the title game behind MVP Tim Fahy's 13 points.
Rahlir Jefferson's 16 points and 11 rebounds powered the host Clippers past Imhotep Charter, 56-39, for the title.
Calvary Baptist Tournament.
Nick Will's 15 points in a 46-45 win over visiting Moravian Academy earned both the title for the host school and an MVP trophy for Will. Teammates Justin Zamroz and Justin Nichols also made the all-tournament team.
Aaric Murray scored 20 points and added 17 rebounds for Glen Mills in a 64-36 win over University City.
MVP Eric Daley hit a reverse layup with 40 seconds left to give the host Hatters a 40-39 victory over Council Rock North for the title.
Rock the Rim Classic.
At Plymouth Whitemarsh, Jake Cohen scored 24 points and was named MVP for Conestoga in a 50-43 win over the host Colonials.
Communications Tech forced 22 turnovers in a 72-58 title-clinching win over Chichester.
MVP Dehaven Brown scored 19 points as Frankford defeated Cheltenham, 61-57, for the crown.