Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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Callendar leads C.R. North at Rock Duals

Tyler Callendar had an impressive outing Saturday afternoon as he helped host Council Rock North win all four of its matches at the Jack Callendar Memorial Rock Yard Duals, named after Tyler’s late father. Callendar, a junior, wrestled for the first time this season and won all four of his bouts by pin. He is the defending 220-pound District 1 North AAA champ. The Indians knocked off four New Jersey teams: Absegami, Lower Cape May, St. Augustine Prep, and Williamstown. The three other Pennsylvania teams (Council Rock South, Germantown Academy and Pennsbury) also swept the New Jersey schools. C.R. South was led by Tom Shaatiel’s four wins. Against Williamstown, Shaatiel moved up from 160 pounds to 170 pounds and posted a 1-minute pin. Dan and Lucas Martoccio also recorded four wins to aid the Golden Hawks, Dan Martoccio won twice at 113 and twice at 120. Lucas won twice at 145 and 152 pounds.

Callendar leads C.R. North at Rock Duals

 

Tyler Callendar had an impressive outing Saturday afternoon as he helped host Council Rock North win all four of its matches at the Jack Callendar Memorial Rock Yard Duals, named after Tyler’s late father.
Callendar, a junior, wrestled for the first time this season and won all four of his bouts by pin. He is the defending 220-pound District 1 North AAA champ.
The Indians knocked off four New Jersey teams: Absegami, Lower Cape May, St. Augustine Prep, and Williamstown. The three other Pennsylvania teams (Council Rock South, Germantown Academy and Pennsbury) also swept the New Jersey schools.
C.R. South was led by Tom Shaatiel’s four wins. Against Williamstown, Shaatiel moved up from 160 pounds to 170 pounds and posted a 1-minute pin.
Dan and Lucas Martoccio also recorded four wins to aid the Golden Hawks, Dan Martoccio won twice at 113 and twice at 120. Lucas won twice at 145 and 152 pounds.

 

Tyler Callendar had an impressive outing Saturday afternoon as he helped host Council Rock North win all four of its matches at the Jack Callendar Memorial Rock Yard Duals, named after Tyler’s late father.

Callendar, a junior, wrestled for the first time this season and won all four of his bouts by pin. He is the defending 220-pound District 1 North AAA champ.The Indians knocked off four New Jersey teams: Absegami, Lower Cape May, St. Augustine Prep, and Williamstown. The three other Pennsylvania teams (Council Rock South, Germantown Academy and Pennsbury) also swept the New Jersey schools.

C.R. South was led by Tom Shaatiel’s four wins. Against Williamstown, Shaatiel moved up from 160 pounds to 170 pounds and posted a 1-minute pin. Dan and Lucas Martoccio also recorded four wins to aid the Golden Hawks, Dan Martoccio won twice at 113 and twice at 120. Lucas won twice at 145 and 152 pounds.

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