Mifflin County state champ Trey Kibe is the big fish in one of the PIAA wrestling championships’ biggest ponds

Penn State commit, Trey Kibe, is the big fish in one of the PIAA wrestling championships’ biggest ponds

Mifflin County wrestler Trey Kibe pauses for a second before acknowledging that, yeah, maybe he has a target on his back at this weekend’s PIAA wrestling championships. He is a returning state champion who is ranked No. 2 in the country at 170 pounds, and he is fresh off making a commitment to Penn State and Cael Sanderson. Kibe is a household name now, and he knows there will be no sneaking up on anyone in the field. […]

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‘I know I can wrestle against these guys’: Penn State wrestling's Jarod Verkleeren looks to surprise entering postseason

‘I know I can wrestle against these guys’: Penn State wrestling’s Jarod Verkleeren looks to surprise entering postseason

“He’s just got a different look in his eye, a little bit more energy. He’s the guy now — we were kind of back and forth there for a little while,” Penn State coach Cael Sanderson said. “Maybe that can be a distraction, but a lot of being successful is just really being focused and clear on what you want. I feel like he’s figured that out the last little while.” […]

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