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Young rebounds for victory, Bowers wrestles well but bows out of PIAA first day

March 8, 2013

Punxsy's Joel Bowers (left) holds the advantage as part of his District IX winning match against Clearfield's Noah Cline February 23 in Clarion. Bowers produced two strong bouts on Thursday but fell short and bowed out of the PIAA AAA Wrestling Championships in Hershey. (File photo by Chris Myers of The Spirit)

HERSHEY — The wrestling competition does not come at any higher scholastic level than at the Pennsylvania state championships.

Punxsy’s state qualifying duo proved it belonged on the first day of the PIAA AAA Championships at Hershey.

On Thursday, Kaleb Young (126) rebounded from down a point with 40 seconds left for five points to pull out a 10-6 win over Boyertown’s Eddie Kriczky.

Young's elder teammate, Joel Bowers, produced a pair of solid efforts but came up just short in his run at states.

For a full recap of the opening day's action, see Friday's print edition of The Spirit.

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