Some of the area's top wrestlers have advanced to the semifinals at the PIAA Wrestling Championships.
Kennard-Dale's Chance Marsteller, the nation's top high school wrestler, scored a tech fall in 3:20 (19-4) over Academy Park's Abner Thompson at 160 in Class AAA.
Another defending PIAA champion, Garrett Hammond of Chambersburg earned a tech fall in 2:48 (16-0) over Brendan Burnham of Pine Richland.
Cedar Cliff's Chris Vassar reached the semis for the second straight year, beating Matt Hammerstone of Crestwood 6-3 at 145 pounds.
Central Dauphin's Tyson Dippery won his 182nd career match, setting a new school record, with a tech of Josh Ortman of Parkland, 15-0 at 3:29 in the 138 pound quarterfinals.
Central York freshman Dylan Chatterton advances at 106 with a pin in 1:44 against Michael Scheetz of Northampton.
In Class AA, Adam Geiger of Trinity, who will play football at Penn State, advanced to the 195 lb. semifinals with a 15-7 major decision over Skylar Ebner of Muncy.