Wilkes University had three individual champions and King’s College had one at the Metropolitan Conference Championships Sunday at York College.
Capturing championships for Wilkes were Josh Pauling (133 pounds), Erik Smith (149) and Zach Pizarro (197). Mike Reilly won at 174 pounds for the Monarchs.
Wilkes won the conference title, edging out The College of New Jersey, 98-86.5
Additionally, Wilkes had Shaun Farnham (125), Anthony Dattolo (141), Buddy Gouger (184) and Drew Feldman (285) finish second. The Monarchs had Zach Wilkinson (184) place third and Chris Rash (285) place fourth.
Reilly, a sophomore, was named the tournament’s outstanding wrestler.
All champions from the tournament will advance to the Division III National Championships.
Wyoming Seminary tied Northwood School (Lake Placid, N.Y.), 2-2, in a game played at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
After giving up two power-play goals in the first period, the Knights battled back in the second. Senior Kris Arvanitakis scored first, converting on a 5-on-3 power play. Senior B.J. Brown and junior Lukas Bilek assisted.
In the third period, Sem’s leading scorer — Kazuma Iwamoto — scored on a drive to the net that was assisted by junior Tyler Skroski. Goalie David Aman stopped 36 of 38 shots.
INDIANAPOLIS — Marvin Harrison’s reluctance to take a pay cut could mark the end of his career in Indianapolis.
Earlier Sunday, Colts president Bill Polian told reporters at the NFL’s annual scouting combine that the team was trying to rework Harrison’s deal to lower his salary cap number from approximately $13.4 million, the highest number of any receiver in the NFL.