Bulldogs Nip Eagles

REIFFTON, PA – The long and storied rivalry between the Exeter Eagles and Wilson Bulldogs was renewed once more on the mat in Exeter’s gym. Both teams threw their records out the window, and settled it toe-to-toe Tuesday night. The Bulldogs brought their unblemished league record in, while the struggling Eagles had only one league win entering last night’s dual. Starting the dual at 106 pounds, the Eagles ran off 6 straight victories for a 26-0 margin. Leading off for the Eagles, Joey Asterino (FR, 106) survived a late comeback attempt to hold on for an 8-7 victory. Jevin Guldin (SO, 113) used a first-period 5-point headlock, and pitched a shutout for a 5-0 victory.

Patrick Borja (SO, 120) was a winner by fall at the midway point (3:09). Roland Entzminger (SR, 126) looked solid in his debut at 126-pounds, as he scored two takedowns and a series of tilts to secure a 15-0 technical fall early in the third period. Brandon Borton (SR, 132) needed just :49 seconds to win by pin and Nick Nettleton (FR, 138) avenged a lopsided 14-3 loss just 3 days earlier with a solid 8-5 decision over Wilson’s Alex Sensenig.

In the remaining 8 bouts, Exeter only managed 2 more wins. Losses by Yousef Abdulsadek (JR, 145) and Chase Guldin (SR, 152) at 160-pounds were compounded by Exeter forfeits at 152, 170, 182, and 195. Exeter would trail 34-26 with just two bouts remaining. Robbie Unruh (JR, 220) would take the 4th meeting of the year against Wilson’s Bruce Vaughan, in a rematch of the BCIAA County Final, by a score of 7-6. Tim Furman (SO, 285) would put a scare into the Wilson crowd, nearly catching Ian Brightbill on his back late in the bout; however, he’d only come away with a 7-6 decision.

Once again, the Eagles came up just short, losing their second county dual in 7 days by a collective 3 points. However, overshadowed by the team loss were several solid individual performances. The Eagles rebound tonight on the road at Oley Valley. The varsity will get underway at 6:30 PM. This weekend, Exeter hosts their Blue/White Duals where you can see the boys battle in 5 dual meets throughout the day. #workday #whosnext

Unruh Golden, Eagles 4th In County

READING, PA – Exeter Wrestling took to the mats and Reading High School’s Geigle Complex as the 3x Defending BCIAA Champions this past Friday and Saturday. Based on earlier performances within the county, coming home with a 4th consecutive title was more than highly improbable. However, the team battled, and wrestled well on their way to a 4th place finish in the county. Not bad for a team laden with underclassmen.

Robbie Unruh
Unruh earning near fall points in his final.

The Eagles arrived at their 4th place finish by placing 8 of the 11 entered wrestlers. Leading the way was junior 220-pounder Robbie Unruh. Coming out of the 3-seed, Unruh used two first period pins to advance to his first county finale. Unruh’s opponent, from the upper half of the bracket, was familiar foe Bruce Vaughan of Wilson. The two had already split a pair of bouts this season, setting the stage for what most thought would be a highly contested dogfight. Unruh had other plans. Unruh would score a takedown in the first 10 seconds of the bout, and add a pair of near fall points to post a 4-0 lead after just 30 seconds. The points would continue to come in, as Unruh would ride an 11-1 victory to the top tier of the podium.

Chase Guldin (SR, 152) was the Eagles’ only other finalist. Guldin advanced to the final by way of a second period fall and 12-0 major decision. He would also meet a Wilson opponent – Brandon Connor, ranked #11 in the State. Guldin would come up short in his campaign to win a title, losing by major decision.

Allen Cisneros
Allen on the podium.

Other wrestlers placing in the tournament were 3rd place finishers Jevin Guldin (SO, 113) and Brandon Borton (SR, 132) and 5th place finishers Joey Asterino (FR, 106), Patrick Borja (SO, 120), Nick Nettleton (FR, 138) and Allen Cisneros (JR, 195). The Eagles have a busy week on tap as they’ll renew their rivalry with Wilson at home on Tuesday, January 15 @ 6:30 PM. They will travel to Oley Valley on Wednesday for a 6:30 start, and host their annual Blue/White Duals on Saturday. #workday #whosnext

Reading Outduels Eagles

RIEFFTON, PA – The Exeter Eagles continued their dual meet struggles through the Berks I division. Once a mainstay at the top of the standings, the Eagles are now just 1-3 in Berks I after dropping a hard to swallow 37-36 dual against the Red Knights. The bout started at 138-pounds where the Red Knights forfeited to Roland Entzminger (SR, 132). Nick Nettleton (FR, 138) bumped up a weight class to square off against Reading’s highly-touted Elijah Ortega. Nettleton’s was unable to break Ortega’s position and dropped a 5-0 shutout.

Johnny Miller
Miller working for a takedown.

The Red Knights would again forfeit, this time to Chase Guldin (SR, 152) at 152-pounds, leading up to a matchup between Johnny Miller (FR, 160) and sophomore Marlowe Bowen. After surrendering the first takedown, Miller tied the bout with a reversal late in the first period. From that point forward, it was all Miller scoring on his way to a 6-2 victory. Exeter 15, Reading 3. The next three bouts saw the Eagles on the short end of a 2 for 1 forfeit sequence, as Reading accepted forfeits at 170-pounds and 182-pounds before returning the favor to Allen Cisneros (JR, 195) at 195-pounds.

Robbie Unruh (JR, 220) scored early and often before putting the finishing touches on the Red Knights’ Mahoney Davis midway through the second period. Exeter 27, Reading 15. The next two bouts would swing the Red Knights’ way, as Tim Furman (SO, 285) was caught early on his back surrendering the fall, and Joey Asterino (FR, 106) was manhandled giving up a 10-1 major decision putting Reading back in striking distance. Exeter 27, Reading 25.

Jevin Guldin (SO, 113) and Brandon Borton (SR, 132) would sandwich a pair of Reading pins with a technical fall and major decision, respectively, to end the dual with Exeter coming up on the short end of a 37-36 loss. The Eagles will do battle this weekend at Reading’s Geigle Complex on Friday and Saturday in the BCIAA Individual Tournament, and return to their dual schedule next week with back-to-back dates against Wilson (1/15) at home and Oley Valley (1/16) on the road. #workday #whosnext

Eagles Go 4-1 at Octorara Duals

PARKESBURG, PA – The Exeter wrestling team had a productive day on the mats at Octorara, posting a 4-1 record on the day finishing in 3rd place. Going undefeated on the day for the Eagles were Joey Asterino (FR, 106), Nick Nettleton (FR, 138), Connor Lender (SO, 145) and Robbie Unruh (JR, 220). The Eagles faced off in their pool against Octorara, West Chester Henderson, Hatboro-Horsham and Pottstown.

Joey Asterino
Asterino with a cement job.
Connor Lender
Lender sprawling.
Nick Nettleton
Nick after winning.
Robbie Unruh
Unruh with the fall.

Opening up with Octorara, the Eagles got off to a quick start with back-to-back pins from Jevin Guldin (SO, 113) and Patrick Borja (SO, 120). Octorara would close the gap to 12-10 with a pin and major decision before the Eagles would go on a 4 match run behind a fall from Chase Guldin (SR, 152), major decisions from Brandon Borton (SR, 132) and Connor Lender (SO, 145), and a decision from Nettleton. The Eagles would close out the 40-31 victory winning 2 of the final three bouts – a :46 second fall from Unruh and a technical fall from Asterino.

Brandon Borton
Borton back from his injury.

West Chester Henderson wasn’t impressed with the Eagles win. The eventual champions of the event dismantled the Eagles by way of a 57-17 shellacking. Posting victories for Exeter were Asterino (9-5), Unruh (tech fall), Nettleton (pin) and Lender (9-3). Pottstown’s team was banged up by the third round, and the Trojans could only contest four bouts against the Eagles. The highlight of the bout was Allen Cisneros (JR, 195) picking up his first career win by a score of 4-1. Also winning for Exeter was Cody Schabener (FR, 126) with a 15-0 shutout technical fall. The Eagles collected 9 forfeits in the dual to push the final to 56-15.

Hatboro-Horsham would be the final hurdle in pool competition. A 46-34 win put the Eagles in 2nd place in their pool. Winning by fall for the Exeter were Joey Asterino, Jevin Guldin, Roland Entzminger (SR, 132), Brandon Borton, Nick Nettleton, and Robbie Unruh. The final opponent would be none other than Coach Tom Watts’ high school Perkiomen Valley. The Eagles would score bonus points in all 9 of the bouts they won, en route to a 50-30 victory. Winning by fall for Exeter were Joey Asterino, Jevin Guldin, Patrick Borja, Cody Schabener, Brandon Borton, and Robbie Unruh. Roland Entzminger and Chase Guldin added technical falls, and Nick Nettleton ran up a 22-9 major decision.

The Eagles get back to work at home on Wednesday, January 9 at 6:30 PM. They’ll face off against league rival Reading High. The Junior High will compete against Reading at 4:30 PM. #workday #whosnext

4 Eagles Medal at Holiday Tourney

LANCASTER, PA – The Eagles took to the mat at the 18th Annual Conestoga Valley Holiday Classic over winter break on December 28 & 29. The Eagles came home with 4 medals, led by Jevin Guldin (SO, 113) and his 4th place finish. Day one of the tournament featured 11 Eagles in action, ultimately whittling down to 4 by the end of the day. Guldin used a pair of technical falls and one pin en route to his 4th place finish. Chase Guldin (SR, 152) finished in 6th place behind a pair of decisions and one technical fall.

Chase Guldin
Chase working a power half.
Robbie Unruh
Robbie handfighting.

Rounding out the medal count were Joey Asterino (FR, 106) and Robbie Unruh (JR, 220) taking home 7th place finishes. Asterino had 3 decisions in the tourney, including one win in sudden victory. Unruh used a variety of wins in the two day event, winning by decision, major decision and fall. The Eagles get back to work this Saturday, January 5 @ 9:15 AM. They will participate in the Octorara Duals in Parkesburg. Scheduled competitions for the team are Octorara, West Chester Henderson, Hatboro-Horsham, and Pottstown. The Eagles receive a bye in the first round, so expect action to start around 10:45. #workday #whosnext

Eagles Get Caught By Mifflin

Connor Lender
Lender in on a leg.

SHILLINGTON, PA – The Exeter Eagles undoubtedly know they’re weaker up top. That may be an understatement. It’s not so much the lack of talent, as it is the lack of bodies. So, with the dual starting midway through the lineup at 145, Exeter was expecting to need a run to come from behind. Well, the run happened, and then didn’t…. over and over, in a 54-25 loss to host Governor Mifflin. Connor Lender (SO, 145) got the Eagles on the board out of the gate with a tight 5-4 victory led by his conditioning and attacks from his feet. Chase Guldin (SR, 152) looked to have the Eagles heading in the right direction, with a quick takedown and 2-0 lead. As quickly as the lead was earned, it was lost, as Guldin was reversed to his back and stuck for the fall in the first period. GM 6, Exeter 3.

Yousef Abdelsadek (JR, 160) tried to fill the gap left by illness, but was outsized and outgunned as he would lose by fall. Brian Levan (JR, 170) also lost by fall, pushing the Mustangs lead to GM 18, Exeter 3. Then you have the holes in the lineup. 182 and 195, Exeter would surrender forfeits before Robbie Unruh (JR, 220) went out and hustled his way to a 13-5 major decision. GM 30, Exeter 7. Tim Furman (SO, 285) was outmatched against Governor Mifflin’s Senior returning State Qualifier, and dropped another bout by fall leaving Exeter in a 29 point deficit at the turn – GM 36, Exeter 7.

Jevin Guldin
Jevin securing the fall.

It was at this point that visions of the 2017 dual came to mind – also at Governor Mifflin – that saw the Eagles post falls at 120, 126, and 132 to secure a one point victory. The rebound started as planned as Joey Asterino (FR, 106) picked up a first period fall, followed by Jevin Guldin (SO, 113) picking up a fall of his own. Things seemed to be falling in line, as the Eagles were within striking distance, GM 36, Exeter 19. Patrick Borja (SO, 120) was well on his way to continuing the run, with an 8-3 lead, when he was reversed early in the period and caught on his back for the fall. Much like Chase Guldin’s bout, again, Borja was a heavy favorite – coming off a 14-1 victory over the same opponent just 6 days earlier. GM 42, Exeter 19.

Cody Schabener (FR, 126) was matched up in one of the highly anticipated swing bouts of the evening. Down 1-0 in the third, Schabener took bottom. About 30 seconds in, Schabener looked to be poised for a reversal and 2-1 lead when he too was put to his back and caught for the fall. GM 48, Exeter 19. Stop me if you’ve heard this one before…. Roland Entzminger (SR, 132) looked dominant on his feet through the first period, taking a 6-2 lead into the second period. Choosing bottom, Entzminger was turned in the first minute, and never recovered, dropping yet another fall to the Mustangs. GM 54, Exeter 19.

Nick Nettleton
Nettleton finishin a takedown.

Finally, Nick Nettleton (FR, 138) came to stop the bleeding. Nettleton worked tirelessly on his feet scoring several takedowns, ultimately turning his opponent and securing the fall in the final bout. GM 54, Exeter 25. Exeter gets back in action after the holiday with the Conestoga Valley Holiday Classic in Lancaster. The wrestlers will compete Friday and Saturday in a double-elimination individual tournament. #workday #whosnext

Eagles Out-Man Muhls

REIFFTON, PA – The Exeter Wrestling team moved their dual meet record to 1-1 with a 67-12 parade of forfeits against the Muhlenberg Muhls, which featured just 4 contested bouts. Patrick Borja (SO, 120) built a lead with a takedown and a couple of tilts before running an arm bar to secure a first period fall in 1:36 over the Muhls’ Edgar Holland. Cody Schabener (FR, 126) looked to have things under control with a lead before getting caught in a headlock for a reversal and fall at 1:53 of the first period.

Johnny Miller
Miller looking for a takedown.

Nick Nettleton (FR, 138) used an arsenal of takedowns to outpace Edward Scheck with a 17-6 major decision. In the last bout of the evening, Johnny Miller (FR, 160) bumped up to 170-lbs. to take on the Muhls’ Fernando Gonzalez. Miller would surrender the first takedown of the bout before locking things down. An escape and takedown in the first put Miller on top 3-2 at the end of 1. Miller would pitch a shutout for the remaining two periods and go on to win 6-2. Receiving forfeits for the Eagles were Jevin Guldin (SO, 113), Roland Entzminger (SR, 132), Connor Lender (SO, 145), Chase Guldin (SR, 152), Bryan Levan (JR, 160), Xavian Rivera (JR, 195), Robbie Unruh (JR, 220) and Tim Furman (SO, 285). Muhlenberg scored their other 6 points by way of forfeit at 182 pounds.

Molly Lubenow
Molly Lubenow accepting her award from Coach Harner.

Prior to the dual meet, Exeter Youth Wrestling partnered with the high school team for their annual “Big Brother” night. The name may look for a change in the future, as Molly Lubenow became the first female winner of the Ricky Ricketts award, presented to the youth wrestler that best embodies the spirit and high-character expected of Exeter Wrestling athletes. Exeter heads into the holiday after their dual meet this Friday, 6:30 PM at Governor Mifflin Intermediate School. #workday #whosnext

Young Eagles Lead Way at Penn Manor

Millersville, PA – Exeter’s grapplers headed to Lancaster County over the weekend to compete in the Penn Manor Tournament. As first year participants, we were all unsure of what to expect. A tough tournament that features teams from all over PA – and some from as far as West Virginia – the Eagles were anxious to test their mettle against the opposition. A successful day one of the tournament had all 10 Exeter entries returning to compete for day 2. On Day 2, the herd would thin, but at the end of the day, Exeter would secure a Top 10 finish (26 teams) and have 6 medalists.

Joey Asterino
Asterino looking for a takedown.
Jevin Guldin
Jevin with a headlock.

Joey Asterino (FR, 106) would be the first medalist for the Eagles on the day. Asterino advanced to the semifinals with a pair of 1-point victories, including an exciting 8-7 come from behind win in the opening round. In the semis, he was thrown around by Manheim Township Junior Micah Sams losing by fall. He would drop the consolation semifinal to set up a rematch of his quarterfinal. This time, instead of a 1-point win, Asterino would go on to win by an 11-4 decision and take home a 5th place medal.

Jevin Guldin (SO, 113) was next up for the Eagles. Guldin opened the tournament with a quick fall before running into Council Rock North’s Kyle Hauserman, currently ranked #5 in the state. Guldin would lose by fall, but bounce back winning his next 3 of 4 bouts by fall, including an exciting spladle over cross-town rival Wilson’s Kelvin Rodriguez in the 5th place bout.

Pat Borja
Borja finishing a double.
Nick Nettleton
Nettleton sprawling.

Patrick Borja (SO, 120) kept the ball rolling for the lightweights. Borja opened the tournament with a convincing 8-2 decision over Bayard-Rustin’s Nate Johnson before being upended by #2 seed Adam Jacob of East Pennsboro. Down in the consolation bracket, Borja would square off against Governor Mifflin’s Joe Irizarry in the blood round. Borja sent Irizarry home with a dominating 14-1 victory. Borja would drop a tight 2-0 loss to Penn Manor’s Stefanick to set up a rematch of his opening bout with Johnson. Borja would take home the 7th place medal with a win by fall in the second period.

Nick Nettleton (FR, 138) got out of the first round with an 8-2 win before hitting #4 seed Jared Bair of New Oxford. Nettleton was relentless in a physical bout, but came up on the short end in an 11-4 loss to the eventual 3rd place finisher. Nettleton would then rattle off 3 straight wins by fall in the consolation bracket, before getting stopped by Ryan Scicchitano of Cedar Crest. In the 7th place bout, Nettleton would win by Medical Forfeit.

Connor Lender
Lender after a victory.
Chase Guldin
Chase celebrating after the fall.

Connor Lender (SO, 145) was Exeter’s other semifinalist, advancing by way of 18-8 major decision and an injury default. Lender would be sent to the consolation bracket at the hands of Souderton’s Tyler Williams – a returning PIAA AAA 6th Place Medalist. Lender would drop his consolation semifinal by a 9-7 margin, and rebound with an 8-5 victory over Penn Manor’s Chad Mowbray for 5th place.

The final medalist was Exeter’s lone upper-classman to make the podium. Chase Guldin (SR, 152) would open the tournament with a sloppy 11-4 loss at the hands of Council Rock North’s Sam Hayes. Guldin would then take the long road running off 3 wins – 2 falls and a 4-2 decision – to set up a rematch with CRN’s Hayes. This time, Guldin showed better focus, creating a scramble and sticking Hayes for the fall in just 52-seconds. The win would advance Guldin to the consolation final where he’d lose by fall to Souderton’s Connor Trowbridge and settle for a 4th place medal.

Also competing for the Eagles were:
126 – Cody Schabener, Fr. (3-2)
132 – Charles Williams, Jr. (2-2)
220 – Robbie Unruh, Jr. (2-2)
285 – Tim Furman, So. (1-2)

The Eagles are back in action on Wednesday at Home for Big Brother Night as they host Muhlenberg at 6:30 PM. They then travel to Governor Mifflin on Friday for a 6:30 meeting with the Mustangs. #workday #whosnext

Blazers Top Eagles

Birdsboro, PA – The Eagles and Blazers renewed their heated rivalry on Wednesday night in what was expected to be a nail biter. The stands were packed for the neighborly showdown, and the athletes didn’t disappoint, as Boone won a tight 39-28 dual where every point mattered. The bout started off with Patrick Borja (SO, 120) battling Boone’s Chase Stehman – a transfer from Boyertown. Stehman set the pace early, and scored often. Borja remained within striking distance for most of the match, but was unable to catch him, despite nearly sticking him late in the third period. Boone 3, Exeter 0.

Charles Williams
Williams looking for the pin.

Cody Schabener (FR, 126) took on Canton Dolla. Schabener was clearly the less experienced wrestler on the mat, but continued to battle off his back several times before succumbing to a technical fall early in the third. His efforts saved Exeter a valuable team point, heading into 132. Boone 8, Exeter 0. Charles Williams (JR, 132) was filling in for Roland Entzminger (SR, 132) who was out with an illness. Williams’ long lanky style wasn’t much of a match for Boone’s Sam Zummo through the first half of the match. However, Williams’ persistence would wear on Zummo as he executed a slick ankle pick to take the lead mid-3rd period. Williams opted for a cradle to try and turn him, but ultimately went to a trusty half–nelson to run Zummo to his back and lock up a fall in the waning seconds of the bout. Boone 8, Exeter 6.

Nick Nettleton (FR, 138) would line up across Daniel Boone’s highly touted freshman J.T. Hogan. Hogan entered the season as PA Power Wrestling’s #19 Freshman in the state! Nettleton seemed less than impressed, attacking from the initial whistle. Hogan’s headlock on the edge of the mat would get him 2 points in the first. The scoring would slow, as the wrestlers traded escapes leading to a 3-1 score in the middle of the 3rd period. Nettleton would press the action, but Hogan’s position and counter on a late shot would score another takedown and lock up a 5-1 decision for Boone’s Freshman Phenom. Boone 11, Exeter 6.

Connor Lender
Lender in on a takedown.

Exeter would begin to gain momentum heading through the upper weights, as Connor Lender (SO, 145) used a series of well timed takedowns to take a 15-7 major decision over Mike Elphick. Boone 11, Exeter 10. Chase Guldin (SR, 152) would provide the upper-classman leadership for the team in a tight dual. Guldin would counter everything Terrell Sanders could throw his way, and ultimately used a wrenching power-half from the top position to level Sanders’ shoulders for a fall in the mid-2nd . Exeter would take its first lead of the night, Exeter 16, Boone 11. At 160, Freshman Johnny Miller (FR, 160) took on Boone’s Devin Dolla in a high-scoring affair. Dolla scored an early takedown, and locked up cradle after cradle on Miller to build a lead. However, Miller refused to break under Dolla’s pressure and continued to battle – keeping the loss to a decision with a 13-6 score. Exeter 16, Boone 14.

The Eagle’s Brian Levan (JR, 170) battled Boone’s Josh Smith in a lopsided 10-0 loss. Levan gave every bit of fight he had to fend off Smith’s attempts to turn him for the fall. Boone would bounce back on top 18-16. The Eagles and Blazers would swap forfeits at 182 and 195, with Xavian Rivera (JR, 182) bumping up to take the forfeit at 195. Robbie Unruh (JR, 220) would make quick work of his opponent at 220 pounds, with an exciting 14-second fall. Pushing the Eagles to a 28-24 lead with 3 bouts remaining. Boone would go 3-0 in the remaining three bouts as Tim Furman (SO, 285) and Joey Asterino (FR, 106) would surrender falls – putting the dual out of reach at 36-28. Jevin Guldin (SO, 113) tried mightily to track down Boone’s Gavin Richards, but was unable to catch him – giving up a takedown in the last seconds of regulation to drop a 3-1 decision. Final score: Daniel Boone 39, Exeter 28.

The Eagles head back onto the mat this weekend at the Penn Manor Tournament. Wrestling will begin Friday @ 5:30 and will begin at 9:30 AM on Saturday. Both the Varsity and Junior Varsity (Saturday Only) will compete this weekend. #workday #whosnext

Young Eagles Take Flight At CV Kickoff Classic

Lausch Wrestling Room
Guldin on the podium.

Mechanicsburg, PA – The Exeter wrestling team has said farewell to many seniors over the past two years – roughly 20! With that type of change over, you’re looking at seeing some young faces enter the lineup. The Eagles took to the mats with 8 of 11 wrestlers being sophomore or freshman this weekend, in what’s considered one of the most competitive opening tournaments in the state. And, overall, the Eagles impressed. Exeter was led by upper classmen Chase Guldin (152, SR) and Robbie Unruh (220, JR) taking home the only hardware, 4th and 6th, respectively.

Chase Guldin kicked off his senior campaign with a 2nd period fall over Canon-Macmillan’s Blake Joseph. In the quarterfinals, Guldin met Wilson’s Brandon Connor (#13 in PA @ 145 lbs). Guldin continued to push the pace and battle, but came up on the short end of a 9-4 decision. Guldin would advance through the consolation bracket with a win sandwiched between two forfeits to set up a showdown for 3rd place with Council Rock South’s Eric Woloshyn. Guldin would drop a decision and settle for 4th place.

Robbie Unruh travelled out to Mechanicsburg to see his season get started against another Wilson wrestler, Bruce Vaughan. Off to a slow start, Unruh would ultimately grind out a 1-point decision to advance to the quarterfinals where he’d lose by fall to Dylan Rodenhaber of Red Land. Unruh would win his next two consolation bouts before being upended by top seed Stephen Schott of Nazareth. In the 5th place bout, Robbie saw the match slip away at the end of the third period, and found himself on the podium in 6th place.

Overall, the team performed at or above expectations – advancing 9 of their 11 entries to the second day of the tournament. The kids wrestled hard, but ultimately they showed their youth, as many came up just one win shy of a podium finish. Exeter will open their dual meet season with Daniel Boone this Wednesday, December 12 at Daniel Boone High School, 6:30 PM start, following the Junior High’s dual with Boone. They will be back in action again this coming weekend for a 2-day tournament at Penn Manor High School Friday & Saturday. #Workday #WhosNext

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