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Mercury All-Area: 2020-21 Wrestling Teams

First Team

106: Cole Smith, So., Spring-Ford

113: Dominic Ortlip, Jr., Spring-Ford

120: Jay Maldonado, Sr., Boyertown

126: Stephen Spitko, Sr., Daniel Boone

132: Kelly Kakos, So., Perkiomen Valley

138: Chance Babb, Jr., Boyertown

145: Gavin Pascoe, So., Perkiomen Valley

152: Alan Alexander, Jr., Pope John Paul II

160: Jack McGill, Sr., Spring-Ford

172: Tucker Hogan, Fr., Daniel Boone

189: Joey Milano, Sr., Spring-Ford

215: Grant Euker, So., Perkiomen Valley

285: Manny Allen, Sr., Pottsgrove

Second Team

106: Gavin Sheridan, Fr., Boyertown

113: Luke Heimbach, So., Boyertown

120: Gavin Richard, Jr., Daniel Boone

126: Ayden Cheng, Sr., Upper Merion

132: Mason Karkoska, So., Owen J. Roberts

138: J.T. Hogan, Jr., Daniel Boone

145: Ryder Gehris, Fr., Boyertown

152: Zach Needles, Sr., Spring-Ford

160: Brody Borkowski, Jr., Methacton

172: Owen Koch, Jr., Phoenixville

189: Anthony Bauer, Sr., Boyertown

215: Tommy Flud, So., Upper Perkiomen

285: Richard Nathan, Sr., Owen J. Roberts

Honorable Mention

Boyertown: Dom Sheridan, Asher Sigler.

Methacton: Grant Baker, Damian Moser.

Owen J. Roberts: Cole Bechtel, Matthew Englehardt, Sam Gautreau, Dysen Neil, Brady Quinn.

Perkiomen Valley: Nathan Gey, Luke Ricci.

Phoenixville: Justin Meyers.

Pottsgrove: Trenton Allen, Dominic DeMeno, Tony Lindgren, Shane Caffrey.

Pottstown: Julianna Figueroa, Devon Green.

Spring-Ford: Augustus Carfagno, Xavier Cushman, Quinn Smith.

Upper Perkiomen: Joey Carpenter, Keaton Durning, Matt Milkowich, Branden Rozanski.

COACH OF THE YEAR

Tim Seislove, Spring-Ford

Led Rams to 14-1 dual-match record, Pioneer Athletic Conference championship and first place at District 1-AAA South and South East AAA Regional tournaments. Spring-Ford placed third in PIAA Class AAA Duals, a 32-28 loss to Central Dauphin in the semifinal round its lone setback of the season. Joey Milano became the program’s first state champion (189) and Jack McGill added a silver-medal performance at 160, lifting team to sixth place in the team standings from a field of 64 schools.

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