Parker (32-3) surged through a tightly contested weight class to bring home gold medals in the sectional, district, and regional tournaments. Parker topped third-place state finisher Jakob Campbell in an early-season matchup at the King of the Mountain. Parker's 32-win sophomore season featured 15 pins and four major decisions.
Steffenino (39-2) finished his final year at Upper Perkiomen by winning his first championships in the district and regional tournaments. In his second trip to states, he topped Northampton sophomore Daniel Moran (34-7) in the third-place match.
Gulotta (35-11) amassed a 147-38 career record. The four-time state medalist took sixth in his final trip to states and brought home his fourth straight top-three finish in districts and his second straight regional championship.
Cummings (49-4) reeled off his third-consecutive season with more than 40 wins, and took home championship medals in the sectional, district, and regional tournaments. In his second trip to Hershey, Cummings placed fourth in the state tournament. With 134 career wins, Cummings is the winningest junior wrestler in District 1.
Cronin (36-3) built on a 27-win freshman campaign by claiming first-place finishes in the sectional, district, and regional tournaments. Cronin's only regular-season loss came to Downingtown East's Wade Cummings, who is also a member of the first team.
D'Orsaneo (42-7) put together his best year en route to a fifth-place finish in the state tournament. He claimed his third straight district championship and his second straight regional crown. D'Orsaneo, who placed fifth in states, finished his career with 135 wins.
Barth (36-2) took home district and regional championships in his final year and also became a four-time sectional champion. Barth entered the state tournament with a 34-match undefeated streak but failed to place after losses to Pennsboro's Alex Klucker and Mifflin County's Hayden Hidlay.
Endy (34-4) had 33 consecutive wins in a senior season that resulted in sectional and district championships. The Port Richmond native took fourth in regionals. Endy's year featured 20 pins and three major decisions.
Krauss (46-5) came out on top in both the sectional and district championships. In the state tournament, Krauss avenged a regional tournament loss to
Sun Valley's Alex Elliot.
Gentile (47-6) became a two-time sectional, district, and regional champion during a strong campaign that featured 23 pins in his 47 wins. Gentile placed fifth in the state.
A two-time state tournament qualifier, Wilson (34-5) placed fourth at Hershey after failing to place his junior season. He took titles in both the district and regional tournaments. Wilson recorded 22 pins in 39 matches and had five major decisions.
After a nine-win sophomore year, Ferrizzi enjoyed a breakout junior season (38-7) in which he recorded 20 pins. He claimed titles in both the district and regional tournaments, and finished second in the sectional tournament. Ferrizzi entered his first trip to Hershey with 19 consecutive wins before losing two straight matches in the state tournament.