2019 Pittsburgh Wrestling Classic Teams Finalized

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The teams and rosters for this year's Pittsburgh Wrestling Classic have been finalized! Check out all Team Pennsylvania and all the competing athletes below.

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Friday March 15th | 6:00 PM Eastern

This year's PA All-Star Team is led by #1 Ryan Anderson at 145 and #2 Carter Starocci at 182. Also included are #3 Ryan Vulakh at 152 and #8 Julian Chlebove at 132.

The event will begin on Friday evening at 6PM eastern with Team WPIAL taking on Team New York. The WPIAL squad will be led by state runners-up Colton Camacho, Christian Clutter, and Jake Slinger.

Team WPIAL

113: Marino Angelicchio, Greater Latrobe

120: Kyle Burkholder, Hempfield

126: Kenny Hayman, Canon-McMillan

132: Colton Camacho, Franklin Regional

138: Nick Coy, Penn Trafford

145: John Rocco Kazalas, Quaker Valley

152: Cam Connor, Kiski Area

160: Colby Morris, Waynesburg

170: Christian Clutter, McGuffey

182: Scott Joll, Belle Vernon

195: John Vargo, Bentworth

220: Ogden Atwood, Armstrong

285: Jake Slinger, Upper St. Clair


Team New York

113: Terry Adams, Monsignor Farrell

120: Jimmy Ryan, Monsignor Farrell

126: Tyler Kellison, Christian Brothers Academy

132: Alex Sampson, Victor

138: John Worthing, Tioga

145: Hunter Shaut, Central Valley Academy

152: Zach Lawrence, Duanesburg

160: Charlie Grygas, Duanesburg

170: Aaron Wolk, Horace Greeley

182: Patrick Welsh, Olean

195: Robbie Penhollow, Falconer

220: Will Leonard, Cornwall

285: Joey Slackman, Commack

The main event is slated to begin at 8PM. The match order is not known at this time and will be finalized before Friday's action begins.

PA All-Stars

113: Beau Bayless, Reynolds

120: Sean Pierson, Nazareth

126: Darren Miller, Kiski Area

132: Julian Chlebove, Northampton

138: Jacob Early, Hopewell

145: Ryan Anderson, Bethlehem Catholic

152: Ryan Vulakh, Pope John Paul II

160: Daniel Mancini, Owen J. Roberts

170: Edmond Ruth, Susquehanna Township

182: Carter Starocci, Cathedral Prep

195: Donovan Ball, Cedar Cliff

220: Jacob McMaster, Greenville

285: Kawuan Deboe, Cathedral Prep


USA All-Stars

113: Kurt McHenry, St. Paul’s (MD)

120: Eric Barnett, Hortonville (WI)

126: Mike Colaiocco, Blair Academy (NJ)

132: Luke Baughman, Wadsworth (OH)

138: JoJo Aragona, Pope John XXIII (NJ)

145: Kevon Davenport, Detroit Catholic Central (MI)

152: Cameron Amine, Detroit Catholic Central (MI)

160: Zach Lawrence, Duanesburg

170: Julian Ramirez, Blair Academy (NJ)

182: Abe Assad, Glenbard North (IL)

195: Devin Winston, Park Hill (MO)

220: Owen Trephan, Blair Academy (NJ)

285: John Birchmeier, Broad Run (VA)

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