SF wrestlers make history in Hershey

The Rams win three medals for the first time at states.

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From left, junior Joey Milano (fourth at 182 pounds), junior Jack McGill (seventh at 152), and senior Louis Carbajal (eighth at 195) won state medals at the PIAA Wrestling Championships in Hershey on March 7.

Staff Report

Spring-Ford wrestlers grabbed history at the PIAA Class AAA Wrestling Championships on Saturday at the Giant Center in Hershey.

Junior Joey Milano (fourth at 182 pounds), junior Jack McGill (seventh at 152), and senior Louis Carbajal (eighth at 195) all won state medals, marking the first time in program history that the Rams registered three medalists at states.

The fourth-place medal is the second straight for Milano, while McGill and Carbajal are first-time state medalists. Dominic Ortlip (106) and Quinn Tobin (132) also earned trips to states for Spring-Ford.

The Rams finished 18th in the team standings, continuing a tremendous season that saw them win the Pioneer Athletic Association team title and the District One Duals crown. Coach Tim Seislove earned Class AAA Wrestling Coach of the Year honors. Seislove is the first Spring-Ford coach to receive the award.