Reynolds wrestling team captures fifth straight state championship

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The Raiders topped Southern Columbia in the state final in their fourth-straight meeting at the state championships

CUMBERLAND VALLEY, Pa. (WKBN) – The Reynolds High School wrestling team topped Southern Columbia 31-22 in the Class 2A Team State Championships Saturday afternoon. It is the Raiders fifth straight state title.

Reynolds fell behind Southern Columbia 13-0 in the finals before rallying for the win.

Kaden Berger (160), Cole Toy (215), Rocco John-Daniello (285), Logan Hammerschmidt (106), Chase Bell (113), Liam Foore (120), Gary Steen (126) and Kane Kettering (132) picked up wins for Reynolds in the final against Southern Columbia.

The senior class of the Raiders finish with four state titles and a record of 83-2 in duel meets.

Fans of the team welcomed them back home following their win.

“Felt great. We came together as a family at the state tournament and coming together at the right time and it just feels great to be one of the first teams to bring back five straight, so it feels great,” said Kaeden Berger, one of the wrestlers.

Afterwards, the team got to enjoy a firework show, a memory that many of the wrestlers won’t forget.

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