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PA Schoolboy Team (born 2002 or 2003) are in need of wrestlers at the following weights 160 lb, 175 lbs, 190 lbs, 210 lbs and 265 lbs. Please contact Van Plocus at 814-590-4700 or email: if Interested.



Spencer Lee and Jordan Wood Make Freestyle Junior World Team

Two Pennsylvania wrestlers qualified for the 2016 United States Freestyle Junior World Team on Saturday in Fort Worth, Texas. Both Spencer Lee (Franklin Regional / Iowa) and Jordan Wood (Boyertown Area / Lehigh) each wrestled their way to a spot on the Junior World Team on the first day of competition. Photos of Lee and Wood by Bill Rudick for PA Power Wrestling.

2015 Junior World Champion Spencer Lee will be returning to the World Championship at 50 KG where last year he dominated the World’s best wrestlers en route to a World Championship. Lee, who recently joined Titan Mercury WC, only had to get through one wrestler to claim the spot at 50 KG/110 lbs. In the best-of-three finals “The Kid” had no trouble with Colorado’s Mosha Schwartz defeating him by tech-fall (10-0) in two straight matches.

Spencer will be in the hunt for his second straight, and third overall, World Championship Title in his young career. The Franklin Regional junior, who recently committed to compete for the Iowa Hawkeys in college, will travel to Macon, France in late August 2016 in a special event for Spencer. For a long time Spencer has been looking forward to this Tournament as his mother, Cathy Lee, is a native of France.

Boyertown Area senior Jordan Wood made a triumphant return to the mat after suffering a season ending shoulder injury back in March 2016. The 2015 PIAA State Champion competed at 120 KG/264 lbs. and had to get through the challenge tournament first before competing in the best-of-three finals with USAW Junior National Champion Rylee Streifel (Minnesota Storm). Jordan had to get past two fellow Pennsylvania Wrestlers along the way defeating Joey Goodhart (Drexel / Hempfield) in the semifinals (9-2) and then in the challenge tournament finals he downed Jake Gunning (Buffalo / Liberty) in a close (5-4) bout. The win over Gunning placed Wood in the finals against Streifel, a Minnesota Gopher freshman, who earned an automatic bid into the best-of-three finals after he won the Junior Nationals in Las Vegas last month. In the first match Wood picked up a (5-0) win and secured his spot on the World Team with a tech-fall (11-0) in match number two.

Like Spencer Lee, Jordan is no stranger to International competition as the high school senior and Lehigh recruit was a 2014 Cadet World Silver Medalist.

On Sunday several additional Pennsylvania wrestlers will be competing for a spot on the Junior World Team. Below is a look at PA’s results from Saturday and a list of Sunday competitors. Visit TrackWrestling for full information.



All Fargo Qualifiers need to fill in the information for the Media Guide as soon as possible. You will be required to fill in all the data fields. We will also be taking a photo of each wrestler for insertion into media guide we will either do that at States or when you arrive in camp.

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To our PAWF Wrestlers and Families THANK YOU FOR A GREAT SEASON. Results from 2016 Championship have been posted. Good Luck to those wrestlers moving on to our National Duals Teams and National Championships.




Young Guns Blue wins the 2016 Kids Club Duals Championship with a 60-18 win over Banditos (VA). Placing 3rd was Law with a 49-19 victory over Weaver Elite.


Tate Nichter 2016 Outstanding Wrestler


The Junior Club Duals were held on Mother's Day Sunday May 8 at Timothy Breidegam Fieldhouse located on the Morvan College campus and once again Young Guns Blue came away with the Title again this with a 50-17 win over Eclipse from NJ. Young Guns Red finished in 4th place losing the third place match to Weaver Elite 37-29. Rounding out the top 8 were Buxton School of Wrestling with a 46-24 win over Southern Maryland and in the 7th and 8th place match North Allegheny prevailed over Mohawk.  The Outstanding Wrestler was from Young Guns Blue and was Luke Kemerer. 

2016 Junior Duals Champions Young Guns Blue

OW Luke Kemerer and the Young Guns Coaches


Phil Portuese Northeast Regional

PAWF was the host for the Northeast Regionals and it was a record breaking tournament again this year. There were a total of 1801 wrestlers with 1169 in Freestyle and 632 in Greco see breakdown below. PA also advanced 159 Freestyle (36 Champions) and 132 Greco (40 Champions) to National Championships see breakdown below.  A special THANK YOU Toni Black and her Concession team, Lisa Doggett and her Hospitality team, the Registration team and Rollie Stillings for her booming voice doing the announcing. The PAWF Family put on another great show. 

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  Breakdown of Entries              
  Freestyle Greco     Wrestlers advancing to National Championships
Division Count Count              
Bantam 15 13     Freestyle Champions Greco Champions  
Intermediate 46 28   KIDS 80 19 65 19  
Novice 89 60   CADETS 30 9 38 11  
Schoolboy 179 122   JUNIORS 27 3 27 9  
Cadet Men 320 203   UNIVERSITY 14 2 2 1  
Junior Men 347 192   WOMEN JUNIOR 8 3 X X  
University Men 153 14     159 36 132 40  
Cadet Women 0 0              
Junior Women 20 0              
University Women 0 0              
  1169 632              




Attention all mat officials & pairing officials! Pennsylvania is requiring us to pass a child abuse background b4 we can renew our USWOA licenses.You MUST provide verification of this b4 TC Logic will approve your USWOA license.

You will need to get the following clearance:
Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance you need to go to site and create an account and get a log in. Once you get log in information then you can submit that information.


USA Wrestling is excited to announce that we are adding an online bronze certification course to supplement the in-person classes.

 Some of our coach members might have difficulty driving long distances to a bronze class or the dates/times may not fit into their schedule so we’ve launched this online course to help meet their needs. 

 The online course can be taken by starting your coaches off at this link:  

Online cost is $80.