Mike Kalosky (106 pounds) and Robert West (195) recorded pins as Trinity rolled to a 42-28 victory against visiting Waynesburg in Class AAA Section 4A.
The victory gives the Hillers a 4-0 record in the subsection and sets up a Jan. 15 showdown with four-time WPIAL champion Canon-McMillan. The Big Macs improved to 4-0 with a 62-12 win at Chartiers Valley.
"It's been a while since Trinity and Canon-McMillan met for first place in the section," Trinity coach Mark Powell said. "Canon-Mac is obviously the team to beat in the section and the WPIAL, but we're looking forward to the challenge of traveling to Canonsburg next Wednesday."
Other Class AAA matches
n No. 10 Hempfield improved to 3-1 in Section 1B with a 38-23 win at Penn-Trafford. The Warriors fell to 1-3 in the subsection. Matt Dean (113), Mason Luckiewicz (120), Chris Demorest (126) and Cameron Kistler (285) had pins for Hempfield.
n Peters Township's Section 2B showdown with visiting Bethel Park was postponed until Jan. 14 due to a water line break at the school. The match, which was billed as the second annual "Match for a Marine," is also serving as a fundraiser for Marine Sgt. Doug Vitale, who lost both legs while serving in Afghanistan. All proceeds from the match will be given to the Vitale family.
n No. 3 Jefferson-Morgan clinched first place in Section 2A with a 50-21 win against No. 5 Bentworth. The Rockets improved to 4-0, while the Bearcats dropped to 2-1. Aaron Mylan (113), John Demaske (138), Trevor Kniha (145), Ryan Zalar (160) and Ian Wolfe (285) had pins for the Rockets. Hunter Neely (106) and Tyler Mitchell (132) had falls for the Bearcats.
n No. 4 Burgettstown clinched first place in Section 1B with a 48-24 victory against visiting Ellwood City. The Blue Devils improved to 4-0 while the Wolverines dropped to 2-1. Darrel Bailes (113), Austin McDermitt (126), Jake McKee (160), Tristan Nicholson (170), Brad Hucik (182) and Brandon Hucik (285) had pins for Burgettstown. Brad Grinnen (195) and Mike Sinclair (220) had falls for Ellwood City.