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Mercury All-Area: 2021-22 Wrestling Teams

First Team

106: Dean Houser, So., Daniel Boone
113: Cole Smith, Jr., Spring-Ford
120: Gavin Sheridan, So., Boyertown
126: Quinn Smith, Jr., Spring-Ford
132: Matthew Englehardt, Sr., Owen J. Roberts
138: Kelvin Griffin, Sr., Hill School
145: Chance Babb, Sr., Boyertown
152: J.T. Hogan, Sr., Daniel Boone
160: Alan Alexander, Sr., Pope John Paul II
172: Tucker Hogan, So., Daniel Boone
189: Owen Koch, Sr., Phoenixville
215: Dominic DeMeno, Jr., Pottsgrove
285: Cole Euker, Fr., Perkiomen Valley

Second Team

106: Gus Smith, Fr., Spring-Ford
113: Luke Heimbach, Jr., Boyertown
120: Robert Pavlek, Fr., Hill School
126: Hunter Sloan, Jr., Hill School
132: Henry Ritts, So., Hill School
138: Kelly Kakos, Jr., Perkiomen Valley
145: Ryan Lepore, Sr., Spring-Ford
152: Anthony Attilio, Jr., Spring-Ford
160: Colby Isabelle, Jr., Hill School
172: Dillon Bechtold, So., Owen J. Roberts
189: Kyle Huston, Sr., Spring-Ford
215: Josh Cancro, Jr., Methacton
285: Luke Cawley, Sr., Hill School

Honorable Mention

Boyertown: Beck Babb, Ryder Gehris, Dom Sheridan, Shane Stankina
Daniel Boone: Gavin Richard
Hill School: Zak Zindle
Methacton: Levi Borkowski, Ryan Hayes, Damian Moser, Matty Shumaker, Joey Simko
Norristown: Chris Carter, Doug Cawley, Todd Picard, Eric Whitt
Owen J. Roberts: Quinn Carr, Sam Gautreau, Mason Karkoska, Frankie McCoy
Perkiomen Valley: Carter Euker, Grant Euker, Patrick Lamirande, Carson Pascoe, Gavin Pascoe, Luke Ricci
Phoenixville: Roman Ciavarelli, Kael Gilbert, Justin Meyers
Pope John Paul II: Brady Pires, Nick Togno
Pottsgrove: Trenton Allen, Matt Bechtel, Bryce Caffrey, Shane Caffrey, Nathan Gillin
Pottstown: Mia Bumbarger, Devon Green, Malachi Jones, Xiyah Robinson
Spring-Ford: Ryan Horvath, Dominic Ortlip
Upper Merion: Casey Lamey
Upper Perkiomen: Brandon Godshall, Brandan Rozanski. Gabriel Tulone

Coach of the Year

Tim Seislove, Spring-Ford

Despite the graduation of a talented 2021 class headed by grapplers like state champion Joey Milano and PIAA runner-up Jack McGill, the Rams (19-5) swept Pioneer Athletic Conference opponents en route to a 6-0 mark and was first in the conference’s individual tournament team standings, aided by three champions among seven finalists. Spring-Ford was third in the District 1-AAA Duals Tournament and won the District 1-AAA North tourney with four champions among five finalists and a total of 11 medalists.

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