Northwestern's wrestling team cruised to an easy win over Schuylkill Haven on Saturday.

WRESTLING

Northwestern-Schuylkill Haven

Northwestern used four pins and four forfeits to help gain a 61-15 non-league wrestling win over Schuylkill Haven.

Quentin Bernhard (120 pounds) and Andrew Sorensen (160) both registered falls in the first period, while the Tigers also received pins from Jerret White and Joseph Colucci.

Mitchell Evans added a major decision at 170.

Northwestern 61, Sch.Haven 15

106 - Jarret White (NW) pinned Dalton Werley in 3:09.

113 - David VanBlargan (NW) won by forfeit.

120 - Quentin Bernhard (NW) pinned Ray Whah in 1:53.

126 - Trevyn Fessler (SH) dec. Jason Hottinger, 9-2.

132 - Shay Mattern (SH) pinned Hanny Awadallah in 1:28.

138 - Joseph Colucci (NW) pinned Wolfgang Hafer in 3:13.

145 - Cole Moyer (NW) pinned Christopher Seiler in 1:29.

152 - Zach Hunsberger (NW) won by forfeit.

160 - Andrew Sorensen (NW) pinned Brandon Edelman in 1:37.

170 - Mitchell Evans (NW) major dec. Jack Hower, 14-4.

182 - Michael Ortiz (NW) dec. Todd Zimmerman, 8-6.

195 - Alexander Russo (NW) won by forfeit.

220 - Jacob Murray (NW) won by forfeit.

285 - Nathaniel Kramer (SH) won by forfeit.

District 11

Team Duals

Class AAA

Easton earned its fourth consecutive team championship by posting a 28-26 comeback win over Parkland.

The Red Rovers, who defeated Stroudsburg in the semifinals, trailed by a 16-3 score before rallying for the victory.

Easton received a fall from Evan DiSora at 160 pounds and majors from Ethan Lizak (113) and Anthony Parisi (120).

Parkland reached the finals by defeating Liberty in the other semifinal match.

Both teams advanced to the upcoming state tournament.

Class AA

Bethlehem Catholic rolled to its third straight district title by overwhelming Saucon Valley, 53-9.

The Golden Hawks, who defeated Pen Argyl to reach the finals, won 12 of the 14 bouts in the finals.

Included in those victories were falls by Luke Karam (106 pounds), Cole Karam (113), Zeke Moisey (126), Ryan Todora (138) and Nick Cortopassi (170)

Saucon reached the finals by beating Palisades in the semis.

Both teams advance to states.