|Upper Perkiomen’s Wolfgang McStravick, top, won by pin at 145 to help the Indians defeated Methacton, 35-29, Saturday in PAC-10 wrestling action. (File photo by Barry Taglieber)|
By Don Seeley
RED HILL — Thanks to the flu bug, quite a few area wrestling teams have been huffing and puffing this past week. Thanks to a strange flurry of injuries, some of those same teams are feeling their share of aches and pains, too.
Needless to say, coaches have been forced to shuffle their lineups.
Included in the bunch were Upper Perkiomen’s Tom Hontz as well as Methacton’s A.J. Maida, who were wheeling and dealing throughout Saturday morning’s Pioneer Athletic Conference match.
For the record, Hontz came up with the better hand, or enough of one for a narrow 35-29 decision of the visiting Warriors in what has become one of the most competitive series in the PAC-10 in recent years.
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