The Lackawanna League Division I and II wrestling titles have come down to the last day of the season with undefeated Delaware Valley (3-0) and West Scranton (3-0) facing off tonight at 6:45 at West Scranton High School for the Division I crown. Honesdale (6-0) and Western Wayne (6-0) will battle for the Division II title tonight at 6 in a tri-match at Mountain View High School.

Delaware Valley has eight division titles over the past nine years. Honesdale is the defending Division II champ after snapping Western Wayne’s 52-match league win streak and run of seven straight division crowns.

Earlier in the season, a few wrestlers on both sides faced off in the later rounds of the Lackawanna League championships Dec. 16. Here’s a look at those matches and some things to watch for:

 

 

DELAWARE VALLEY vs. WEST SCRANTON

 

 

Delaware Valley’s Andrew Kidd, right, tries to gain control of West Scranton’s Jeremy Seymour’s right leg during the 182-pound final of the Lackawanna League championships Dec. 17. (Joe Baress / Staff Photo)

 

 

At the Lackawanna League championships, West Scranton’s Jeremy Seymour battled Delaware Valley’s Andrew Kidd to a tie in the 182-pound final before getting a takedown with nine seconds left in the third period to win the match, 6-4, and capture the title.

Both wrestlers have been key to their teams this season. Seymour won the 182-pound crown at the Tunkhannock Holiday Classic, defeating Tunkhannock’s Connor Munley, 1-0, in the final. He also has a win over All-Region wrestler Tyler Neglia, of Wallenpaupack, by a 6-3 decision.

Kidd went 5-0 at the Parkland Duals. He also defeated Scranton’s Brandon Crusen, who finished second at the league tournament, by pin in 3:40 during a Division I league match. The win started a stretch of six straight pins that propelled the Warriors to a 54-21 win over the Knights. Kidd also topped Neglia in a 5-0 decision.

Both have wrestled at 182 and 195 pounds during the season so a rematch could be in place.

 

 

Delaware Valley’s Joey Porco, center, wears his gold medal on the medal stand after capturing the Lackawanna League championship at 113 pounds Dec. 16. West Scranton’s Tony Caramanno, left, finished second and Montrose’s Andrew Rosevear earned the bronze. (Joe Baress / Staff Photo)

 

Delaware Valley’s Joey Porco topped West Scranton’s Tony Caramanno by major decision (9-1) to capture the 113-pound title at the Lackawanna League championships.

 

 

HONESDALE vs. WESTERN WAYNE

 

 

At 182 pounds, Honesdale’s Jake Kabonick pinned Western Wayne’s Derek Swoyer at 4:41 for third place at the Lackawanna League championships. Kabonick has been solid for Honesdale, while getting a tough draw at 182 pounds. He has losses to some of the best in the league, Kidd in the semifinals at the league championships and Seymour in a nonleague match. Among six league matches and two nonleague matches, he’s collected four pins, including two in Tuesday’s Division II tri-match with Lackawanna Trail and Elk Lake.  

At 285 pounds, Western Wayne’s Jack McAllister topped Honesdale’s Ken Huber by a 5-2 decision for fifth place at the Lackawanna League championships. McAllister has moved down in weight to 220 pounds, while Huber has stayed put so there probably won’t be a rematch.

 

 

Western Wayne’s Cole Fuller tops NE Bradford’s Dawson Brown in a 5-0 decision to capture the Tunkhannock Holiday Classic title at 220 pounds. (John Lund / Staff Photo)

 

 

Western Wayne’s Cole Fuller didn’t wrestle at the league championships, but is on a tear, helping lead the Wildcats to an undefeated league mark. The All-Region wrestler had a pair of pins in Tuesday’s matches against Valley View and Montrose to set up the winner-take-all division championship, and earned pins at 285 pounds in the four other league matches. He also won the 220-pound title at the Tunkhannock Holiday Classic with a 5-0 decision over NE Bradford’s Dawson Brown.

Honesdale won the team title at the Lackawanna Trail Duals.