|Host Hawks have 6 champs to dominate inaugural tournament. The first tournament featured primarily catholic schools, including the local hosts, Notre Dame and Allentown Central Catholic. 3 of 9 teams were unable to participate due to inclement weather after the tourney was delayed for a day.
|With 5 champs, Becahi outdistanced new entrant Northampton, who had 3 champs for the crown.
|Hawks dominated the action by claiming 7 titles to win easily over Notre Dame.
|With the field expanding to 15 teams, Parkland in their 2nd year & Northampton challenged the hosts early. Becahi won again with 5 champs.
|Nazareth and Freedom joined the field and immediately provided increased competition. The Blue Eagles had 5 champs to dethrone the Hawks.
|The Blue Eagles led early with 8 semi-finalists and repeated by a 102-88 count over the hosts. Freedom's Rich McIntyre was OW.
|Parkland led early, but Bethlehem Catholic had five champions to win the team title.
|Port Jervis, NY and the Banach brothers were the highlight of the tournament as Ed, Steve and Lou all won titles. Parkland and Bethlehem Catholic each had 3 champs to match Port Jervis, but it was Freedom and great team balance that claimed the top spot.
|Port Jervis NY
|Ed and Lou Banach led a group of 5 champs for Port Jervis who finished 1st. Nazareth and Bethlehem Catholic each had 3 champs to finish 2nd and 3rd, respectively.
|Rich Santoro won the toughest weight class by defeating Notre Dame's Doug Collina and Freedom's Rick Negrete. The Hawks had 2 more champs to outpace Port Jervis. Parkland had 3 champs.
|With one champ & 4 runner-ups, Freedom nipped Becahi by 1 point to win the team title. Northampton's Dave Kistler was named OW after defeating Freedom's Charlie Brita 15-13 at 126.
|The hosts had 4 champions to run away with the team race. Freedom and Allen each had two champs.
|The Hawks were matched by Freedom with 3 champs, but they still managed to easily win the team title.
|With Becahi and Northern Lehigh locked in a tight battle for the top spot, Pat Santoro's upset of Jim Milot at 112 was a key to the Hawks winning their 3rd team title in a row. Northern Lehigh's Larry Rehrig upended the #1, #2 and #4 seeds at 105 to the title.
|Coach Don Schleicher's Canaries were the surprise winner with 4 finalists and 2 champs. Northampton's Joe Billy defeated Allen's Felix Rosado 5-5, 3-0 OT at 119, and Matt Gerhard defeated Bullis' National Prep School runner-up, Mike Wittenburg, 10-5.
|The Blue Eagles won their 1st team title in 10 years as they edged Salesianum, DE, Allen & Northampton. Nazareth had 3 champs and got an assist from Catty's Chris Henry.
|The Kids captured their first Xmas City title with 6 runner-ups to edge Nazareth as the classic rivalry between the teams was emerging. Allen and Northern Lehigh each crowned 3 champs.
|Northampton had 4 champs to cruise to the team title. Upper Perk crowned champs in the 1st 3 weights.
|Nazareth won the head-to-head match ups 3-2, but Northampton won the team title 235-217 as they crowned a total of 4 champs.
|The Blue Eagles broke the Kids' streak by outscoring them 225-209 despite the Kids crowning 6 champs. The finals featured a series of upsets - Rian Youwakim over Upper Perk state runner-up, Jason Marks, 7-4 at 112; UPs Brad Rozanski escaped with one second left to upset Nazareth state champ, Brad Silimperi, 3-2 at 119; and the Kids' Don Suranofky topped two-time state champ, Dave Foley, 8-7 at 125.
|Nazareth's strong senior class led the way as the Blue Eagles had 5 champs to repeat as team champs.
|The rivalry continued as the Kids nipped Nazareth by ½ point to win the team title with 8 placers. The Blue Eagles had the most champs with 3 while the Werkheiser brothers won titles as Wilson was 3rd with Kyle nipping Steve Herceg 4-3.
|With 5 champs, the Blue Eagles outpaced the Kids by almost 40 points for the title while Tri-Valley and Dieruff were a surpising 3rd and 4th. At 125, Dan Tashner trailed Wilsons Brian Klass 9-3 before roaring back with a five-point play and takedown with five seconds left to win 11-10.
|With 8 finalists and 6 champs, Northampton took the team title. The finals were among the most exciting in tournament history with a series of fantastic finishes and upsets.
|Northampton had a strong team performance by placing 12 of 13 wrestlers, nine finalists and six champions. Nazareth surpassed rookie Coach Pete Stoelzl's Pen Argyl squad for 2nd place.
|With Northampton jumping to the newly formed Bethlehem Holiday Classic, the 10 year rivalry in the Christmas City tournament between the Kids and Blue Eagles ended. Nazareth crowned 9 champs and scored almost 300 points. Bangor was 2nd.
|With Nazareth not competing due to an ambitious dual schedule, it was a wide open field for who would claim the '95 team title. Tri-Valley rallied from 4th to take the title over Stroudsburg.
|Northern Lehigh won their 1st team title with three champs to outpoint Schuylkill Valley and Tr-Valley.
|The Bulldogs repeated with five champs as Josh Herzog, Keith Blose & Cory DeBias all repeated.
|After crowning a combined 8 champs the prior two years, the Bulldogs were still able to win the team title with no champs but a balanced performance. Octorara was 2nd, and Dieruff was 3rd with 2 champs including the only champ to repeat in Andy Storck.
|3-time defending champ, Northern Lehigh, moved across town to the Hurricane Classic. It was Blue Mountain who filled the void and easily won the team title with 3 champs. Bangor was 2nd.
|Stroudsburg's Andy Ludlow (189) and Mike Yetter (Hwt) won titles as the Mounties defeated Lehighton 146-138 for the team title in the 31-team field.
|Scott Heckman's title and team depth led the Slaters to be the 4th different team champ in 4 years. Emmaus, Blue Mountain, Quakertown & Stroudsburg finished within 5 points of each other in the next 4 spots.
|Emmaus had 2 champs to win its 1st ever Christmas City title as they edged West Scranton and East Stroudsburg South in the team race.
|Quakertown led Schuylkill Valley by a single point entering the finals, but went 5-for-5 in the final round to pull away & win the title.
|Schuylkill Valley was the 7th different team champ in 7 years. Port Jervis was 2nd and host Bethlehem Catholic was 3rd with champs in the 1st 4 weights.
|Port Jervis NY
|After a 2nd place finish the year before, Port Jervis, won the team title - a fete they had not accomplished since the Banach brothers were on the roster. Port Jervis had 4 finalists; East Stroudsburg South was 2nd.
|The hosts were back and won their 1st tourney since 1982 with 4 champions. LaSalle College HS was 2nd.
|The Panthers cruised to the team title and saw soph Colin Shober named OW. Port Jervis was a solid 2nd followed by Bethlehem Catholic and East Stroudsburg South.
|S.V. repeated with 4 champions, and Colin Shober won his 3rd OW award. Becahi, under 1st year Coach Jeff Karam, also had 4 champions (including freshmen Randy Cruz & Elliot Riddick) to place 2nd.
|Bethlehem Catholic's youth prevailed in a tight battle with 2-time defending champ Schuylkill Valley. The Hawks had 5 champions while the Panthers had 3 champs including Colin Shober who won his 4th. Whitehall had 2 champs to finish 3rd.
|The Hawks won 8 of 9 final bouts to easily take the team title in the 21-team field. Schuylkill Valley was again 2nd.
|With 7 champs, Becahi easily won the tourney for the 3rd year in a row. Palmerton was 2nd. Randy Cruz upended 2009 state champ Arty Walsh of Schuylkill Valley 1-0. Dieruff's Jovon Reyes won the Huskies 1st individual title since the mid-90s.
|In another dominate performance, the Golden Hawks had 8 champs (including the Karam twins) and 12 finalists in all. Becahi more than doubled runner-up Schuylkill Valley in the team score.
|The hosts won their 5th straight title with 5 champs including OW Zeke Moisey. Dieruff surprised with a strong performance to finish 2nd with 3 champions.
|The Hawks went 7-for-7 in the finals to easily win the team title. Upper Perkiomen finished 2nd.
|Fans remembered Becahi tournament founder/namesake and former coach Tony Iasiello who passed away the previous July. The Hawks honored TI by winning their 7th straight title with 8 champs. They were followed by Cranford and Blair Academy in the team standings.
|Becahi had 5 champs including Cole Handlovic who beat ESS' Patrick Gould in the 126-pound final. Athens & Cranford rounded out the top 3.
|With 11 finalists and 6 champs, host Becahi cruised to the team title. East Stroudsburg South was 2nd.
|The Hawks made it 10 in a row as they crowned 6 champions to more than double up 2nd place Emmaus.
|With 7 champs including a quartet from 132-152, Bethlehem Catholic won another title. Faith Christian was 2nd.