103 – Jacob Craig, freshman, Hill School
112 – Shane Reynolds, senior, Spring-Ford
120 – Quinn Tobin, junior, Spring-Ford
126 – Paul Kakos, junior, Perkiomen Valley
132 – Isaiah Tucker, junior, Norristown
138 – Antonio Petrucelli, junior, Owen J. Roberts
145 – Cole Meredith, senior, Owen J. Roberts
152 – Daniel Mancini, senior, Owen J. Roberts and Ryan Vulakh, senior, Pope John Paul II
160 – Connor Quinn, junior, Owen J. Roberts
170 – Chase Smith, senior, Spring-Ford
182 – Joey Milano, sophomore, Spring-Ford
195 – Jacob Miller, senior, Boyertown
220 – Tonee’ Ellis, senior, Methacton
285 – Sean Brogan, junior, Spring-Ford
103 – Julien Maldonado, sophomore, Boyertown and Matt Vulakh, sophomore, Pope John Paul II
112 – Gavin Richards, freshman, Daniel Boone
120 – David Forrest, junior, Owen J. Roberts
126 – Mike Milkowich, freshman, Upper Perkiomen
132 – Demond Thompson, senior, Pottstown
138 – Jack McGill, sophomore, Spring-Ford
145 – Zach Rozanski, junior, Upper Perkiomen
152 – Brett Breidor, senior, Boyertown
160 – Evan Mortimer, junior, Boyertown
170 – Ricky McCutchen, senior, Owen J. Roberts
182 – Tijear Brittingham, junior, Norristown
195 – Jack Files, senior, Pope John Paul II
220 – Avery Shivak, junior, Pottsgrove
285 – Lakine Wallace, senior, Norristown
Boyertown: Alan Alexander, Kade Davidheiser.
Daniel Boone: J.T. Hogan, Colby Pyle, Stephen Spitko, Chase Stehman.
Hill School: Sam Beckett.
Methacton: Osvaldo Carbajal, Jorge Carmona, Tonee’ Ellis, Kibwe McNair, Roman Moser.
Owen J. Roberts: Austin Boaman, Tommy Dempsey, Josh Jackson.
Perkiomen Valley: Luke Ricci, Austin Rowley.
Phoenixville: Dave Polanki, Alex Washington.
Pottsgrove: Manny Allen, Shane Caffrey, Josh Cerrito, Stephen Henley, Tony Lindgren, Zach Van Horn.
Pottstown: Julianna Figueroa, Destyn Snyder.
Spring-Ford: Louis Carbajal, Alex Johns, Zach Needles, Dirk Nugent.
Upper Merion: Collin Power.
Upper Perkiomen: Joey Carpenter, Matt Martin, Matt Milkowich
COACH OF THE YEAR
Tim Seislove, Spring-Ford
Seislove led the Rams to 21-6 dual-match record and 4-1 mark in the Pioneer Athletic Conference’s Liberty Division. His team repeated as District 1-AAA Duals runner-up, then went 2-2 in PIAA Class AAA Duals. Spring-Ford was team champion of District 1-AAA North tournament and third in South East AAA Regional; it had four wrestlers qualify for PIAA Class AAA Tournament at Hershey, with Joey Milano finishing fourth at 182.
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