Heading into the District 1-AAA Duals with a 14-2 record and the No. 2 seed in the tournament, Spring-Ford had to feel pretty good about its chances against a solid Central Bucks South team in the opening round. Whether it was confidence or talent or a mixture of both, the Rams are going on to Round 2.
Spring-Ford did not have much trouble with the Titans, who had to wrestle in to this match, winning 48-16. The Rams showed their breadth of talent throughout the weight classes and wrestled as their record would suggest they should.
“The kids did a pretty good job,” Spring-Ford coach Tim Seislove said. “It was a long drive over here, a long day, but they went out and took care of business.”
The Rams took two of the first three bouts. Jimmy Frank (106) needed overtime to win a decision over Kyle Murphy 6-4, while Ryan Hayes had Spring-Ford’s first pin of the day at 113. CB South won a decision at 120, but after that is when Spring-Ford went on its best run.
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