Boys Varsity Wrestling · Varsity Wrestling defeats Penn-Trafford, secures playoff spot
Boys Varsity Wrestling · Knights wrestlers named Trib HSSN team of the week!
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Boys Varsity Wrestling · Boys Varsity Wrestling beats Franklin Regional 50 – 24
Boys Varsity Wrestling · Kurtis Phipps captures second Powerade title in 3 years (article by Tribhssn)
Kurtis Phipps secured his second Powerade title- this one at weight class 120 yesterday at Canon-McMillan High School. Read the full article here: Powerade wrestling finals
Boys Varsity Wrestling · Boys Varsity Wrestling beats Pittsburgh Central Catholic 69 – 9
Boys Varsity Wrestling · DeAugustine and Marshall to be Inducted into PWCA Hall of Fame
Norwin is proud to have two of its own be inducted into the Pennsylvania Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2019. The PWCA will celebrate its 50th Anniversary and current Varsity Head Coach, Vince DeAugustine and former Head Coach, Floyd Marshall are set to be inducted. Bios for each are as follows: Vince DeAugustine
Boys Middle School Wrestling, Boys Varsity Wrestling · Norwin Wrestling Boosters to Host Golf Outing
The Norwin Wrestling Boosters will be hosting a Golf Outing on August 10th at Manor Valley Golf Course. For general/registration/sponsorship information, click below to view the official flier. 2018 Norwin Wrestling Golf Outing
Boys Varsity Wrestling · Tribune Review: Phipps Named Trib HSSN Wrestling All-Star
Information Courtesy of Tribune Review: For Full Article and/or Trib Live Version Click Here KURTIS PHIPPS Norwin, so., 106 pounds 2017-18 record: 39-1 The two-time WPIAL champion finished second in the state, falling to Seneca Valley freshman Alejandro Herrera-Rondon, 1-0, in ultimate tiebreaker. He defeated Herrera-Rondon, 1-0, in the WPIAL finals. Career record: 75-6.
Boys Varsity Wrestling · Phipps finishes 2nd at PIAA Wrestling Championships
Information Courtesy of Tribune Review: For Full Article and/or Trib Live Version Click Here HERSHEY — The sweetest place on Earth turned sour for Westmoreland County wrestlers at the PIAA Class AAA wrestling championships Saturday. Three close losses, including one controversial call, left the wrestlers and their coaches with a bad taste in their mouths from