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michael kors outlet online commentsBoiling Springs puts six in the Southeast-AA Regional semifinal round, has good chance to advance eight to states Grant Bond is one of six Boiling Springs wrestlers to advance to the semifinals of the PIAA Southeast-AA Regional tournament at Wilson High School. (Mark Pynes | mpynes@pennlive.com) Jeremy Elliott | jelliott@pennlive.com on February 28, 2014 10:39 p.m. AA SE Regional wrestling essentials WEST LAWN: It's not eight finalists, but it's not bad. Boiling Springs continued its early round tournament success Friday during the PIAA Southeast-AA Regional quarterfinals. Rod Wright's Bubblers went a stout 6-2, advancing better than half of their regional lineup into Saturdays semifinals, which begins at 9:45 a.m. It's pretty good, Wright said. I thought we could have had a couple more and should have had a couple more. But you have all decent kids here. You have to bring it every match. Early in the round, the Bubblers were the dominant team in their matches. Korbin Myers (120) earned a win over Hamburg's Sean Stanish by injury default. At the time of the injury, the Bubblers junior had the match well in hand. Grant Bond (126) followed it up with 15-0 tech fall in 4:15 over Palisades' Tyler Marsh. Kyle Shoop (132) followed with an equally impressive four-minute tech fall over Catasauqua's Jacob Rusnuck by a 16-0 score. Next up was John Vaughn. The Bubblers junior wasted little time asserting himself, sticking Notre-Dame of Green Pond's Reese Cornish in 1:23. We work hard, Wright said. We do a lot. This just doesn't fall off the tree, and we catch it. We climb the tree and work at it. It paid off to the tune of two more semifinalists and a second-place standing in the team chase to Bethlehem Catholic. Connor Murphy (160) turned in a workmanlike 10-4 decision over North Schuylkill's Garet Grove. Kyle Taylor (195) rounded out the semifinalists with a 2-1 tiebreaker decision over Saucon Valley's Justin Blobe. Tyler Kauffman (152) and Noah Davis (285) dropped semifinal matches but are still alive in consolations with a crack at states. There are tough matches coming up, Wright said. It's going to be fun, and there are going to be some great semifinals. We had a good semifinal round last week, and we hope we can do it here and wrestle to our potential. Continued Wright, It's not the end of the world. It's all about finishing in the top five and moving on. We just have to keep wrestling to make that goal come true. Related Links:Related Stories