Arujau, DePrez Earn Dominant Wins as Team USA Prevails at the Pittsburgh Wrestling Classic
March 25, 2017


Team USA was victorious at the Pittsburgh Wrestling Classic on Saturday in Pennsylvania, with a pair of New York standouts contributing dominant wins.

With Team PA leading 6-0 after the first two bouts, Louie DePrez of Hilton took the mat at 182 pounds against Travis Stefanik. DePrez picked up a takedown with a go behind and rode out the remainder of the first period for a 2-0 advantage. He added a pair of TDs and an escape over the remaining four minutes to earn a 7-1 triumph which put Team USA on the board.



160: Jacob Oliver (PA) dec Jake Allar (USA), 16-11
170: Mikey Labriola (PA) dec Kaleb Romero (USA), 3-2
182: Louie DePrez (USA) dec Travis Stefanik (PA), 7-1
195: Jacob Warner (USA) dec Jake Woodley (PA), 5-3
220: Chase Singletary (USA) dec Cole Nye (PA), 7-3
285: Trent Hillger (USA) dec Brendan Furman (USA), 3-0
120: Gavin Park (PA) dec Brandon Courtney (USA), 10-5
126: Austin DeSanto (PA) maj Justin Mejia (USA), 18-5
132: Vito Arujau (USA) maj Brian Courtney (PA), 12-2
138: Tanner Litterell (USA) win by fall Max Murin (PA)
182: Nino Bonaccorsi (PA) maj Jacob Hart (USA), 12-2
145: Austin O'Connor (USA) win by fall Jarod Verkleeren (PA)
152: Cameron Coy (PA) dec Quentin Hovis (USA), 3-1