High School Sports

Campus Corner: Bellefonte’s Trevor Corl off to hot start for Lycoming wrestling

Bellefonte’s Trevor Corl, right, facing Central Mountain’s Brandon Miller in 2015, was named the Mid Atlantic Conference Wrestler of the Week on Monday competing for Lycoming.
Bellefonte’s Trevor Corl, right, facing Central Mountain’s Brandon Miller in 2015, was named the Mid Atlantic Conference Wrestler of the Week on Monday competing for Lycoming. CDT photo file

Lycoming wrestler Trevor Corl won his third tournament title of the season last week and has been named the Middle Atlantic Conference Wrestler of the Week.

In taking the 149-pound crown, the Bellefonte graduate posted a pair of pins, two technical falls and a 3-1 sudden victory at the RIT Invitational.

A junior, Corl is off to a 17-1 start this season.


Cory Hazel (Penns Valley, Lock Haven) is 5-4 at 184 pounds. Lock Haven is 1-0 after upsetting Rutgers 22-16. Hazel dropped a 4-2 sudden victory decision to Jordan Pagano in that meet.

Jay Prentice (Philipsburg-Osceola, PSU-DuBois) has a pair of wins at 184 pounds.


Zach Engle (Penns Valley, Juniata) has played in four games without scoring and averages 0.8 rebounds and 0.3 blocks. Juniata is 5-0.

Bryan Sekunda (State College, Stony Brook) averages 7.9 points per game. He has 18 rebounds, 16 assists and one block. Stony Brook is 3-5.

Trey Butterworth (Bald Eagle Area, PSU-Altoona) has played in one game. Altoona is 4-3.

Jalyn Shelton-Burleigh (State College, Lock Haven) has a 4.9 scoring average with 26 rebounds, five assists and three steals. Lock Haven is 1-6.

Kyla Irwin (State College, UConn) has four rebounds, three assists, a steal and a 1.4 scoring average. The No. 1 Huskies are 7-0.

Jess Book (Bellefonte, Grove City) has 11 points, 11 rebounds, three assists and two steals. Grove City is 2-4.

Cass Book (Bellefonte, Grove City) has six rebounds and two assists in five games.


Ian Schrock (State College, Gettysburg) placed third in the 200-yard backstroke in 1:57.84, eighth in the 100 butterfly in 54.62, seventh in the 100 backstroke in 54.74 and swam on the third-place 400 medley relay team that was timed in 3:32.99 at the Gettysburg Invitational.

Hannah Finton (State College, Susquehanna) swam on the 800 freestyle relay team that placed fifth at the Gettysburg Invitational.

Seth Erdley (State College, St. Bonaventure) was 15th in the 200 backstroke in 2:00.20 and 18th in the 100 backstroke in 55.24 at the Zippy Invitational at Akron.

Ben Gingher (State College, Eastern Michigan) was part of the winning the 200 medley relay in 1:30.79 and the 400 medley relay in 3:18.78 at the EMU Invitational.


Jon Seligman (State College, Lehigh) finished the year with 19 solo tackles and six assists, and had an interception. Lehigh lost to Stony Brook 59-29 in the first round of the NCAA FCS championship to finish 5-7.

Pete Haffner (State College, Lehigh) had sight solo tackles and five assists.

Patrick Irwin (State College, Stony Brook) saw action in two games in the final season of his career but did not record any stats. Stony Brook (10-3) lost 26-7 to James Madison on Saturday in the second round of the NCAA FCS championship.

Brent Graham (State College, UConn) averaged 38.8 yards per punt on 63 punts for the Huskies, who finished 3-9.


Mac Schailey (State College, Widener) was named an MAC sportsmanship winner. The award goes to the athlete who shows great character and demonstrates sportsmanship on and off the field. He’s a junior.


Taylor Leath (State College, North Carolina) earned second-team All-ACC after completing the season leading the Tar Heels with 336 kills, was second with 228 digs and added 20 aces. North Carolina finished 14-14.