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Playoff-Bound Wildcats Mentor Elementary Wrestlers


Assistant wrestling coach Richard E. Shnyder puts youngsters through a workout during an informal clinic.
Assistant wrestling coach Richard E. Shnyder puts youngsters through a workout during an informal clinic.
Tyler Myers, of Centre Hall, takes the upper hand on his way to a 5-2 decision at 157 pounds.
Tyler Myers, of Centre Hall, takes the upper hand on his way to a 5-2 decision at 157 pounds.
Ryan Hart, of Wyalusing, posted a decisive 11-2 win in the 133 weight class.
Ryan Hart, of Wyalusing, posted a decisive 11-2 win in the 133 weight class.
Elementary wrestlers get some tips from Logan A. Gresock, a construction management major and award-winning Wildcat student-athlete.
Elementary wrestlers get some tips from Logan A. Gresock, a construction management major and award-winning Wildcat student-athlete.
Daniel Frankenfield, of Dushore, ultimately coasted to an 8-3 comeback victory at 174.
Daniel Frankenfield, of Dushore, ultimately coasted to an 8-3 comeback victory at 174.

Prior to the start of Tuesday night’s Penn College wrestling match, the team hosted more than 20 wrestlers from Central Elementary School in South Williamsport. The Wildcats gave the young wrestlers some pointers and moves, and invited them to run out onto the mat during the team’s warm-up. The match against Penn State DuBois brought Penn College its first Penn State University Athletic Conference loss of the season, but not without strong showings from junior Tyler Myers and freshmen Ryan Hart and Daniel Frankenfield (all pictured). The Wildcats travel to Penn State this weekend for the United States Collegiate Athletic Association/PSUAC Invitational.
Photos by Larry D.Kauffman, digital publishing specialist/photographer, and Jami L. Hughes, coordinator of intercollegiate athletics and sports information

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