|The first year, a 10-team dual meet tournament was held with Easton defeating the host Council Rock South team 37-24 with a finale that included 5 wrestlers who combined for 10 state titles. Parkland was 3rd.
|Council Rock South
|The hosts won the first year with an individual tournament format by outlasting Paulsboro NJ and 22 other teams. Bethlehem Catholic & Parkland finished best of the local participants with 1 champ each to finish 7th & 8th, respectively.
|Wyoming Seminary made their 1st appearance and won the team title with two champs. Council Rock South was 2nd. Becahi's Ziad Haddad won his 2nd title.
|Behind the Alton twins, Central Mountain edged Wyoming Seminary for the team title. Council Rock South was 33rd and Phillipsburg was 4th; Bethlehem Catholic was 7th.
|With eight finalists and 4 champs, the Wyoming Seminary Blue Knights were back on top. Central Mountain was 2nd with 5 champs and Parkland was 3rd. In a battle of future NCAA champs, Line Mountain's Zain Retherford nipped Becahi's Darian Cruz 1-0 in the 103-pound final.
|The field expanded to 32 teams and some national powerhouses joining the line-up. The Hawks lost the first three bouts in the finals but won the team race. CRS Billy Rappo nipped Darian Cruz 4-3 and Line Mountain's Zain Retherford edged Zeke Moisey 6-4; Randy Cruz was 2nd at 119. Parkland had 3 finalists to finish 2nd including champ Mike Ottinger at 160.
|In a field that included 14 state champs, Bethlehem Catholic repeated their team title. Randy Cruz & Elliot Riddick won titles for the Hawks while Ray ODonnell of Saucon Valley won the 195-pound title. Central Mountain's Brill Brill became the first 3-time champ.
|The competition was even better in 2013 with 21 state champs, 72 state place winners and 8 National Prep placers. Solanco's Thomas Haines became the second 3x ETR champion, and Parkland had seven placers on their way to their 1st team crown. Northampton's Zach Valley was the only local champ at 120.
|Blair Academy made their 1st appearance at ETR and dominated the field to win the team title with 4 champs. Lehigh Valley teams had a fine showing as Bethlehem Catholic was 2nd with 4 champs (Jake Riegel, Luke Karam, Zeke Moisey & Andrew Dunn) and Parkland was 3rd with Nezar Haddad winning at 195. Solanco's Thomas Haines became the 1st 4-time ETR champ.
|The Golden Hawks had 4 champs to reclaim the team title. Jake Riegel and Andrew Dunn repeated and were joined by Stephen Maloney and Mike Labriola. Stroudsburgs John Jakobsen won the 182-pound title. Anthony Cefelo of Hanover Park was named OW after edging Luke Karam 3-2 to win a bracket that featured 5 nationally ranked wrestlers.
|Belle Vernon had 2 champs and won the team title. Parkland, Northampton and Liberty finished 6-7-8 in the team race. Brandon Kassis won for the Trojans while Julian Chlebove & Dan Moran (who was named OW after defeating 2-time National Prep champ Joey Prata) won for the Kids. Liberty also had 2 champs in K.J. Fenstermacher and Andrew Gunning while Stroudburg's John Jakobsen won his 2nd title.
|Malvern Prep had two champs to win the team title. Northampton's K.J. Fenstermacher won his 2nd title while Julian Chlebove was nipped in the finals. The Kids had 6 medalists to finish 3rd while Easton had four.
|After a several year absence from the ETR, Becahi was back and finished back on top in probably the most competitive team race ever. The Hawks had 8 placers including 4 runner-ups as they edged Cincinnati LaSalle by 1.5 points to win the team title. Delbarton with 4 champs was only 4 points back. Easton was 8th with 3 placers. Parkland had the only local champ in Brandon Kassis who won his 2nd title.
|The top 3 finishers were the same and finished in the same order - Bethlehem Catholic, Cincinnati LaSalle and Delbarton. The Golden Hawks had 2 champs in Ryan Anderson & Luca Frinzi were able to win by 7 points this time. Northampton finished tied for 5th as Julian Chlebove (beating Becahi's Kenny Herrmann) was champ. Stroudsburg finished 9th.
|Malvern Prep won their 2nd title with 2 champs & 7 placers. Notre Dame had 4 champs to finish 2nd while Bethlehem Catholic was 3rd with 2 champs, and Northampton was 5th. Brett Ungar, Brandan Chletsos, Ryan Crookham & Andrew Cerniglia won titles for the Crusaders while Kenny Herrmann & Cole Handlovic won for the Hawks.