A school record seven 'Cat grapplers visited the dais this past weekend at the District Two Championships. All of these wrestlers are now qualified for the Northeast Regional tournament, which is slated to begin Friday at Williamsport.


West-ern Wayne continued its historic wrestling campaign this weekend at the District Two Championships.

Under the watchful eyes of Coach Dante Terenzio, the ‘Cats clawed their way to a 4th place finish in the overall Class AA standings.

In addition to this fine team showing, Western Wayne also advanced seven wrestlers to regionals.

Morgan Fuller, Beau Fuller, Joseph Ingaglio, Matt Rosensweet, Conner Rosen-sweet, Garrett Enslin and Manny Mirailh will all represent the school at this year’s event...which gets underway Friday evening at Willamsport Area.

“Seven is the most we’ve ever gotten through to regionals in school history,”  said Coach Terenzio. “I’m very happy with that number. As far as the team score goes, we probably could’ve done a little better, but the main goal is getting kids to regionals. So, I’m fine with 4th place.”

By the Numbers
Morgan Fuller got the ball rolling with a 3rd place finish at 132. Fuller pinned Trail’s Billy Lee in the bronze medal bout (3:33).

Beau Fuller earned his trip to regionals with a 3rd at 152 pounds. Fuller closed out his weekend by clamping Valley View’s Michael Cipilewski (2:22).

Joseph Ingaglio, who suffered an early loss at 285, battled his way back to a 3rd place finish. He defeated Carl Zielinski 2-0 in the consolation final.

Four Wildcats advanced to the district title tilts, but Conner Rosensweet was the lone gold medalist. Conner went undefeated for the weekend and sealed the deal on his individual crown via a 5-1 decision over Pedro Bracero of Nanticoke Area.

“I knew that Conner had it in him,”?Coach Terenzio said. “He’s so strong and so physical, he just overpowers most of his opponents.”

Mirailh finished up with a 3rd place showing at 145 pounds. Enslin sewed up his trip to regionals with a thrilling 1-0 decision over Marvess Rosiak of Trail.

Matt Rosensweet put up a valaint fight against state ranked Eric Laytos in the finals, but eventually absorbed a 12-4 setback.