Towanda third after one day at Windsor Tournament
The Towanda Black Knights sit in third place after day one at the Windsor Tournament with 53 points, two behind Union-Endicott and 10.5 behind Huntington.
Unatego is fourth and Chenango Forks is fifth. Waverly is ninth with 27 points.
At 106, Jared Lines of Towanda is in the semifinals, defeating Ithaca's Declan Levine by fall in 56 seconds in the quarters.
Towanda's Kyle Blascak dropped his quarterfinals match by fall in 1:03 at 113, while at 120 Nick Secules won 4-2 over second-seeded Logan Robinson of Walton to reach the semifinals.
At 126, Towanda's Nick Sutton fell to Corey Jamison of Huntington by fall in 3:08 and at 132, Terrick Vargason of Towanda beat Kyle Rous of Unatego 11-2 in the opening round and won 4-2 over Carl Rouse of Chenango Forks in the quarterfinals.
At 138, Towanda's Steven Yates fell by fall to Connor Lapresi of Lansing in 1:06 in the opening round, while at 145, Breycin Fulmer of Towanda fell to Trevor Parrish of Greene by fall in 3:51 in the quarters.
Towanda's Justin Sheets fell to Canandaigua's Mitch Fisher 5-1 in the opening round at 152 and at 160, Towanda's Justin Hunsinger fell to John Mallouck of Huntington 6-5 in the quarters.
At 170, Towanda's Cole Sexton fell by fall in 1:55 to Union-Endicott's Nathan Bomysoad and at 182, Dan Miller of Towanda fell to Tristian Roche of Susquehanna Valley by fall in 2:46.
At 195, Dakoatah Manning is in the semifinals after pinned Kyle Zahradka of Corning in 1:43.
Towanda's Logan Terry won by major decision 10-0 at 220 over Bradley Bean of Unatego, then fell in the quarterfinals to Nick Lupi of Huntington by fall in 2:54.
At 285, Towanda's Talon Curry is in the semifinals after pinning Joe Silvanic of Chenango Forks in 1:46 and Mike Gould of Ithaca in 1:48.
"I was fairly pleased with the way we wrestled today," Towanda coach Bill Sexton said. "We had a couple kids put themselves in the semis with a good effort. I thought Lines wrestled really well. I was really pleased with Nick Secules, beating the two seed to get into the semifinals and Talon Curry with the two falls did a very good job and I thought Terrick Vargason wrestled really well.
"I thought Dakoatah did a nice job to, he went out got an early takedown, and he was able to turn the kid and put him away. It was a nice start for a sophomore wrestling at 195. We are Hoping to keep pushing things along in the semis and try and get some guys into the finals."
Three Waverly wrestlers are alive in the championship round of the Windsor Tournament, advancing to Friday's semifinals.
At 220, Ryan Wolcott pinned Allen Michael Rios of Chenango Forks in 43 seconds to advance and at 160 Brandon Ellers pinned Jared Haskell of Susquehanna Valley in 3:59 to advance, while at 138 Austyn Bostwick won 9-6 over Vinny Romeo of Canandaigua.
At 113, Jon Bidlack was 1-1 on the day, defeating Caleb Simmons of Unadilla Valley by fall in 1:59, before falling to Chenango Forks' Kyle Kelly by fall in 25 seconds.
Kacey Madigan was 1-1 at 126, defeating Chris Abernatha of Corning 5-0 and falling to Will Koll of Lansing by fall in 2:58.
Zach Gingerich was 0-1 at 132 falling to Jesse Griswold of BGA by fall in 29 seconds and at 145, Joseph Peters was 0-1 falling to Brandon Mendez of Huntington by fall in 3:40.
Wally Henzelman was pinned at 152 by Ithaca's Ian VanVallen in 1:37 and at 182, Jordon Huck lost 14-7 to Andy Martinez of Liberty, while at 195 Jeff Klossner lost 6-2 to Alex Avolio of Union-Endicott.
All the wrestlers who lost on Thursday are alive in wrestlebacks.
Wrestlebacks start at 9 a.m. and the semifinals are at 10 a.m.