Another tough blow for Corry’s Ryan Morris.

Battling injuries and finally getting back on the wrestling mat, the former PIAA runner-up was in the spotlight at Gannon University’s PSAC match at East Stroudsburg.

Wrestling at 197 pounds, Morris needed a big win since the Golden Knights were trailing, 20-16. The ex-Beaver was leading 5-4 in the third period.

That’s when he was slammed by his opponent, who was disqualified.

That gave Gannon six points and the win, 22-20.

Now that bad news. 

Morris was knocked out briefly during his match. When he came to he didn't know where he was or what was going on. He was taken to the hospital by ambulance.

The CT scan was negative for a bleed, but he suffered a concussion. He reportedly had a horrible headache and will go into the concussion recovery program before he can return to the mat.

His parents brought him home from the hospital the next day.

• The Penn State Behrend women's basketball defeated Hilbert 59-56 Monday in an AMCC game.

The Lady Lions (8-8, 6-3 AMCC) got an unconventional three-point play from Clymer’s Dani Reinwald to take a 57-54 lead.

Reinwald finished with nine points and 11 rebounds, eight defensive. She was 3 for 10 from the field and 3 for 5 at the foul line. She made six steals and had one block in 28 minutes played.

On Saturday, Mt. Aloysius defeated visiting Behrend 60-52. Reinwald had eight points and 15 boards. She was 3 for 14 from the floor, 2 for 2 at the foul line in 27 minutes played.

• The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford men's basketball team had its three-game win streak snapped Saturday falling 73-70 at La Roche. 

Eric Matheson led the Panthers (now 5-10 overall, 4-4 in the AMCC) in scoring with 26 points. Corry freshman Jon Haenel was 0 of 1 from the field.


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