Pins by Francisco Santos and John Lewis closed out host Lincoln's 48-21 Public League wrestling win over visiting Olney on Wednesday.
Santos pinned his opponent in the second period at 189 pounds, while Lewis needed only 33 seconds to deck John Whitehead in the heavyweight bout.
Olney got a first-period pin from Luis Otero (112) and a second-period pin from Nelson Hernandez (152).
In other league matches:
Northeast got first-period pins from heavyweight Luis Ortiz and 160-pounder Tony DiPietro in a 67-12 win over visiting Franklin Towne Charter.
Michael Wayne, Mike McGlashen, Darrell Bailey, Giuseppe Marrero, Albert Hellmig, and Ibrighim Ibriginob all earned pins for host Washington in a 52-25 win over Frankford.
The Pioneers got pins from Kenyatta Lloyd, David Domenech, and Ricardo Calcano.
Host Edison topped Central, 44-31, as Lender Vega's first-period pin of Walter Shaw clinched the match for the Owls.
Catholic. Father Judge won at Conwell-Egan, 71-6, with the highlight being the first varsity win for sophomore Jack Eltman. Competing at 135 pounds, Eltman won his bout, 7-2.
Another highlight for the Crusaders was the performance of David White at 119 pounds; he registered a third-period pin, one of six pins on the night for the Crusaders. The only bout the Eagles won came at 140 pounds.
Bicentennial. Host New Hope-Solebury benefited from three first-period pins and a major decision in a 52-25 win over Bristol.
Central. Host Marple Newtown got consecutive pins from Dan Pcsolyar (189), Ken Smith (215) and Christian Whiteside (285) to highlight a 48-30 win over Radnor. Pcsolyar's pin was the quickest (49 seconds).
Radnor's Dariel Peniazek recorded a 15-second pin at 135.
Andy Sharpe's third-period pin in the 145-pound bout gave host Conestoga an insurmountable lead in a 39-36 win over Penncrest. Sharpe's six points gave the Pioneers a 39-30 lead.
Haverford High got consecutive falls from Wyatt Martin (112) and Joey Jones (119) and later in the match from Matt Scherer (171) and Dylan Hewitt (189) to beat host Springfield (Delaware County), 44-21.
Pioneer Athletic. Host Boyertown got three pins and two decisions in five bouts in the middle of the match to seal a 49-18 win over Pope John Paul II.
With the match tied at 12-12, the Bears started the run with Cole Speilman's third-period pin of Rich Heid at 130 pounds. David Waight followed that with a second-period pin at 135 pounds before decisions by Peter Jones (140) and Joe Bradley (145) preceded a Jon Neiman pin at 152 pounds.
By then, Boyertown had a 36-12 lead.
Nonleague. Pennsbury's Jason Bing (103) was one of five Falcons to register a fall in a 46-27 win over visiting Interboro.
Ryan Sellman's first-period pin at 160 closed out Spring-Ford's 40-20 win at Quakertown.