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Hawks look to take down Burgettstown

HAWK PRIDE IS REAL as the wrestlers pose for a group pic at the Southmoreland Tournament after Luke Montgomery was crowned champion.

HAWK PRIDE IS REAL as the wrestlers pose for a group pic at the Southmoreland Tournament after Luke Montgomery was crowned champion.

Shawn O'Mara

HAWK PRIDE IS REAL as the wrestlers pose for a group pic at the Southmoreland Tournament after Luke Montgomery was crowned champion.

Shawn O'Mara

Shawn O'Mara

HAWK PRIDE IS REAL as the wrestlers pose for a group pic at the Southmoreland Tournament after Luke Montgomery was crowned champion.

Anthony Chiccitt, Deputy Sports Editor

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The wrestling team (3-6) is traveling to Burgettstown Friday and Saturday for a tournament. They will face off against many other teams that they don’t get to see very often, who are not from around the area, but also some familiar foes.

Coming off of a tough loss in a section match against a very solid Mt. Lebanon team, the Hawks are looking to bounce back and compete at a high level this weekend.

Junior Parker Loera said, “We are going to get some quality matches and a lot of mat time, so it should be a good test.” Loera wrestles in the 138-pound weight class.

Junior Luke Montgomery (195-pounds) is hot off of a first-place finish at the Southmoreland Tournament, from which he was named the “Trib Live High School Network Wrestler of the Week.” This means he was chosen to have the best performance in all of the WPIAL for that week, which is pretty impressive for his first action of the year. He will look to build off of it and compete for another tournament win this weekend.

Good luck to the Hawks as they leave Friday for the start of the tournament, from which they look to bring home several place winners to Bethel.

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