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Berries celebrate Howland title...

(Cranberry team photo)

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...and a fourth-place finish at Fred Bell
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Brayden McFetridge stands on the awards podium after winning the 215-pound crown at the Fred Bell tourney. He used a last-second takedown and back points to upset top-seeded and defending champ Troy Peterson of McDowell for the 215-pound title. McFetridge is normally a 189-pounder.
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Cranberry's freshman 107-pounder Dalton Wenner has won all three tournament titles he's been in this season. His most recent conquest: the 41-team field in the Fred Bell event on Jan. 28. He previously won the Mid-Winter Mayhem Jan. 14 at IUP and the Howlad, Ohio, Invitational on Jan. 21..

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Franklin's Jonah Heckathorne run action at the Howland invite (Tracy Kockler) 

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Cael Dailey battled back from a loss in his first match to finish fourth at the Fred Bell event. (Richard Sayer)

Cael Dailey was Franklin's lone place-winner in the Fred Bell mat tourney, taking fourth at 114. Jonah Heckathorne and Kadin Karns lost in the fifth round of wrestle-backs.

Knights at a Glance

Cranberry trounced Clarion, 60-9, in the D9 2A Duals before losing to top-seeded  Clearfield, 39-25, in the semis. Brookville won its 10th straight title, 33-26, over the Bison. Stats updated with Saturday's results. Brayden McFetridge, Dalton Wenner and Dane Wenner had pins against Clearfield. Conner Reszkowski won a major and Alex McLaughlin decisioned his opponent. The Berries gave up two forfeits.

Berries at a Glance
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