Great Valley vs Phoenixville – Match Preview

Tonight’s match features the Great Valley Patriots vs. the Phoenixville Phantoms. Great Valley enters tonight’s contest with a dual meet record of 2-1. During the Knights Duals at Academy Park HS on 12/10, the Patriots beat Kennett and Pottsgrove High Schools while narrowly losing to Bensalem High School.  Great Valley’s head coach is Mike Semar and the assistant coaches are Andrew Hoffman and Adam McNabb. Phoenixville wrestlers participated in the New Hope-Solebury tournament on 12/10 and captured 9th place at the event. Since this was an individual tournament, tonight’s match will be Phoenixville’s first dual meet of the season. In Saturday’s tournament, Phoenixville had two wrestlers advance to the finals with senior wrestler Tanner Romance capturing the title at 195.

 

gv

Fr Caniglia, Dominick
Fr Capetola, Casey
Fr Crane, Slade
So DiSanto, Andrew
So Doninguez, Izri
Jr Driscoll, Pat
Fr Greiser, Ryan
Sr Hilditch, Dawson
Fr Humphreys, Tyler
Fr Juarez-Neri, Eduardo
Jr Lafferty, Tyler
Sr Lynch, Emmet
Fr Maloney, Sean
Fr Maurer, Myles
Fr Moore, Davis
Fr Muscella, Graham
Jr Neale, Dylan
So O’Neil, Joe
So Paolella, Nathan
So Sanchez, Gabe
So Seeley, Ethan
So Semar, Jack
Fr Thornton, Keefe
Sr Travers, Seamus
Fr Weissman, Stephen
Jr Wilson, Luke
Sr Zupito, Jared

pville

So Becker, Brennan
Jr Burton, Isaiah
So Christopher, Emmett
So Delancey, Mason
Sr Duff, Nate
Sr Evans, Aidon
Sr Fell, Thomas
Fr Franzone, Angelo
So Hammaker, Jim
Sr Kain, Michael
Fr Krause, Bobby
Jr Myers, Liam
Fr Parento, Brandon
Jr Perez, Patricio
So Piazza, J.R.
Sr Romance, Tanner
Jr Schlag, Carsten
Fr Stevenson, Anthony
Jr Thompson, Bryce
Jr Velasco, Angel
Jr Velasco, Gabriel
Jr Wallence, Michael
Sr Walters, Mason
So Washington, Alex
Sr Washington, Corey
Fr Williams, Ian
Fr Yeager, Troy

 

Fun Fact: 

Great Valley and Phoenixville have worked together over the years to promote the sport of wrestling.  During the 2007-2008 wrestling season, the Great Valley youth wrestling team was struggling with getting kids to participate in the sport.  The Phoenixville Youth program was thriving during the same season with numerous coaches and wrestlers on their squad.  To assist Great Valley, Phoenixville in a spirit of cooperation opened its doors to allow the Great Valley Youth team to practice with its team.  Today, a couple of these fortunate Great Valley athletes will be wrestling this evening.  Years prior, the situation was reversed when the Great Valley youth team welcomed the Phoenixville Youth team to its practices.

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