Indians pin down a championship in an elite field

Unionville set the mark and hit the road as Trojans and Pioneers battle to decide title  By Dave Conard  Sports Editor,


Unionville's John Hartz puts Avon Grove's Matt Capenter to the mat in action Friday night

LOWER POTTSGROVE—Sometimes you need a little help from your friends, occasionally even ones you don’t know that entirely well.

Friday night was no exception as the Indians used a four pin effort in their final match, to emerge from the Pottsgrove Falcons challenge, which encompasses two weekends and involves a field of eight elite wrestling programs from all over the district, with the championship hardware.

This will come as news to even the Unionville players and coaches as they were recuperating on the bus en route back to Kennett Square, when their new best friend Wissahickon heavy weight Kevin Yannes held on to claim a 3-2 win over Conestoga’s Robbie Campbell in the final bout of the evening to give the Trojans a share of the team championship with 148 points.

Entering the final two minutes of the tournament Conestoga held a 146.5 to 146 lead over Wissahickon, with Unionville in the clubhouse so to speak and Campbell Knotted with Yannes at two points each, through the first two rounds.

Check back with the for complete stats, stories and players and coaches comments from the two week classic, as well as a feature on senior Scott Seidenberger, who entered the hallowed ground that is the Unionville top ten all time in wins list, with his 77th and 78 th career win Friday night.


Unionville        148.00

Wissahickon    148.00

Conestoga            146.50

North Penn      146.50

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