Boys Varsity Wrestling · Shaler’s Sullivan chasing more titles during senior wrestling season
Shaler Area is proud to announce four high school students signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, Nov. 14, to continue their athletic careers post high school. Kelsey Cordera committed to Edinboro University to play softball; Olivia DeLeonibus committed to Seton Hill University to play soccer; Zach Hernon committed to Alderson Broaddus University to play
Shaler wrestler Sullivan commits to Pitt
On May 24th at the Shaler Area High School gymnasium, 8 Titans representing 5 sports signed their intention of pursuing their sport at the next level. Those athletes were as pictured Left to Right: Back Row: Parker Kilgore: Grove City College, Football Jake Newport: Allegheny College, Football Dylan Winters: Waynesburg University, Wrestling Jon Ramsey:
Ryan Sullivan won the 113 pound PIAA state title today in Hershey, PA. Sullivan defeated Killian Delaney of W.C. Henderson 4-3 in the finals. He is the first wrestling state champion at Shaler Area in over a decade.
Ryan Sullivan won a tough championship final 2-1 over Bonuro of Moon. He will be joined by teammate Garret Reinsfelder at the PIAA Wrestling Championships, this coming weekend March 8-11 in Hershey PA. Reinsfelder lost to Coy of Penn Trafford in the Semi-Finals but battled back to place 3rd at the 132 pound division.
Two titan wrestlers captured Section 3 Titles this Saturday. Ryan Sullivan and Garrett Reinsfelder both were victories in their championship match. Sullivan won a 6-2 decision over Junko of North Allegheny and Reinsfelder decisioned Amelio of Seneca Valley 7-5 to take the crown. Ryan and Garrett will be joined by Ian Scarberry who placed third
Ron D’Amico continued his battle back in the state consolation bracket winning again in the third round of the consolation bracket. He still has opportunity to work back to third place.
Ron D’Amico won his second round consolation bout, he will have another match this evening vs. Jake Slinger of Upper St. Clair. Ryan Sullivan will face off against Max Mendez of Council Rock tomorrow for a chance to advance to the 106 lb title match.