BOILING SPRINGS 50 SHIPPENSBURG 25
120: Dylan Ramsey (Sh) maj. dec. Andrew Stafford 14-2. 126: Collin Nester (BS) pinned Owen Diehl 1:28. 132: Jack Coulston (BS) pinned Kohl Holderbaum. 138: Ian Reed (Sh) pinned Ben Garman 1:35. 145: Kollin Myers (BS) pinned Avian Vazquez :51. 152: Kaiden Karper (BS) maj. dec. Sterling Shetter 19-7.160: Zach Martin (BS) pinned Philip Torres 1:14. 170: Nick Kostyak (BS) won by forfeit. 182: Colby Tennyson (BS) won by forfeit. 195: Colton Musser (Sh) pinned Josh Martin 3:42. 220: Cole Forrester (Sh) dec. Austin Taylor 7-3. 285: Damon James (BS) pinned Michael Smith 1:53. 106: Austin Mahoney (BS) maj. dec. Tristyn Keefer 13-4. 113: Jeffery Russell (Sh) pinned Mason Herrera :51.
The Greyhounds took on their chief rival for the Mid-Penn Colonial crown Thursday night on opening night but fell behind early and dropped a 50-25 decision to host Boiling Springs.
Sophomore Dylan Ramsey got the Greyhounds out quickly with a 14-2 major decision over Andrew Stafford but the Bubblers responded with back to back pins by Collin Nester and Jack Coulston to take a 12-4 lead.
Shippensburg’s Ian Reed slowed the bleeding down with a 1:35 pin at 138.
The Bubblers won the next five weights, all on bonus points. Two pins and two forfeits and major decision by Kaiden Karper and the Bubblers led 40-10.
Colton Musser and Cole Forrester won by pin and decision respectively to cut the deficit to 21 at 40-19.
Damon James and Austin Mahoney picked up a pin and major decision for the Bubblers before Jeffrey Russell rounded out the match with a 51 second pin for the Greyhounds to round out the match.
Both teams return to action Friday as the Bubblers will head to the King of the Mountain tournament at Central Mountain and the Greyhounds will head to Carlisle as one of the favorites at the Carlisle Tournament.