YearTeam ChampionSummary
1994Walsh JesuitThe hosts won the first tourney which included 15 teams. The Walsh team won the state title later that year setting a record for team points that would stand for a decade. San Jose Ind. Eric Guerrero tops future 4-time NCAA AA and champ Joe Heskett of Walsh 6-2 at 135. The Big3 of Northampton, Nazareth and Easton all made the trip to Ohio and place 2nd, 3rd and 5th, respectively. The Kids had 7 finalists and 3 champs in Denny Liberto, Dave Emili & Craig Fenstermacher. Nazareth crowned 2 champs in Dave Cote and Travis Doto.
1995Blair AcademyIn their first year in the tourney, Blair topped the hosts by 24 points. Nazareth, Easton and Northampton finished 3rd, 4th and 6th, respectively. Nazareth placed 8 but had no champs. The Rovers Chris Kelly, Bryan Snyder and Gary Rute finished 1st while Jamarr Billman dropped a 7-5 bout to Walsh's Sonny Marchette. The Kids' Rick Umstead won at 189.
1996St. Edward’sSt. Edward's topped Blair by 17 points. Only Easton made the trip to Ohio and made it pay off again by finishing 3rd. Bryan Snyder and Jamarr Billman (who reversed his loss to Sonny Marchette 6-5) won titles.
1997St. Edward’sSt. Edward's ran away with the team title. Parkland and Liberty were first-time competitors and placed 4th and 6th. Derek Jenkins and Chris D'Amico won titles.
1998Blair AcademyWith 4 team champs, Blair outdistanced St. Ed's by 9 points. No Lehigh Valley teams participated.
1999St. Edward’sSt. Edwards had five champs to win the title over Blair by 90+ points. No Lehigh Valley schools participated.
2000St. Edward’sSt. Ed's won their 4th title in 5 years; no Lehigh Valley schools participated.
2001Blair Academy"The nation is up, and the nation is here!" said Walsh Coach Bill Barger when describing the competition. Blair won a competitive tourney over Great Bridge Va and St. Edward’s. Parkland had several placers to come in 12th; Northern Lehigh was 21st.
2002Blair AcademyBlair again won the team title, but St. Paris Graham jumped over Great Bridge and St. Edward's who rounded out the top 4; Parkland and Northern Lehigh finished 17th and 18th as the Trojans' Brad Herman was 2nd at 152.
2003Blair AcademyBlair cruised to the team title over new participant Brandon FL; Northern Lehigh was the only local participant.
2004Blair AcademyBlair edged Great Bridge 213.5-212 to win the team title; no Lehigh Valley schools participated.
2005Blair AcademyBlair was again challenged but managed to hold off St.Edward's to win their 5th straight team title by 4 points. No Lehigh Valley schools participated.
2006St. Edward’sSt. Paris Graham's David Taylor edges Monroeville's Logan Stieber 7-3 at 103 in a battle of future NCAA legends. St. Edward's broke Blair's winning streak 260-237. Upper Perk was 10th.
2007St. Paris GrahamSt. Paris Graham became the first team in 13 years other than Blair Academy & St. Edward's to win the team title. No Lehigh Valley schools participated.
2008Blair AcademyDavid Taylor becomes first wrestler to win 4 Ironman titles. Blair Academy was back on top in the 58-team tournament. Blue Mountain placed 5 wrestlers to finish 6th.
2009Blair AcademyBlair repeated their previous year win and outdistanced St. Paris Graham and St. Edward's with Wyoming Seminary and Central Mountain rounding out the top 5. Blue Mountain was 27th with 2 place winners.
2010St. Paris GrahamSt. Paris Graham was back on top by edging Blair 198-192. Bethlehem Catholic made their first trip to Cayuga Falls. In a battle of future NCAA champs, Nathan Tomasello nipped Darian Cruz 2-1 at 103. The Hawks finished 7th while Blue Mt. was 38th.
2011Blair AcademyIt was Blair-St. Edward's-St. Paris Graham as the top 3 in the team race. Blair won by a 12-point margin. Bethlehem Catholic finished 6th as Randy Cruz upset #1 Mark Grey from Blair Academy to win the 132-pound title. Darian Cruz, Zeke Moisey and Elliot Riddick all finished 3rd.
2012Blair AcademyBlair cruised to the Ironman team title. No Lehigh Valley teams participated.
2013Blair AcademyBlair Academy topped St. Paris Graham to win their 3rd straight title. No Lehigh Valley teams participated.
2014St. Paris GrahamSt. John Bosco Cal's Zahid Valencia becomes only the 2nd wrestler to win 4 Ironman titles by defeating future fellow NCAA champ, Myles Martin of McDonough School, MD 2-2 UTB. Other champs included Spencer Lee, Michael Kemerer, Isiah White, Alex Marinelli and Anthony Valencia. St. Paris Graham upended Blair by 20+ points to win the team race. No Lehigh Valley teams participated.
2015Wyoming SeminaryWyoming Seminary became only the 5th team to win the team title in the tourney's history. No Lehigh Valley teams participated.
2016Blair AcademyBlair was back on top and after a number of years of no Lehigh Valley teams participating, both Bethlehem Catholic & Nazareth made the trip with good results. The Hawks placed 5th as Niko Camacho was 1st and Ryan Anderson & Mike Labriola both finished 2nd. Nazareth was 9th as Sammy Sasso was 1st and Travis Stefanik was 2nd.
2017Blair AcademyBlair easily won the team title. Bethlehem Catholic had two place winners to finish 11th.
2018Blair AcademyBlair Academy with 2 champs & 3 runner-ups topped Wyoming Seminary by 100 points to win the team title while Bethlehem Catholic was tied for 3rd. Becahi's Ryan Anderson won the 145-pound title.
2019Wyoming SeminaryWyoming Seminary had 3 champs and a runner-up to outdistance Blair Academy. Notre Dame was 7th as Brett Ungar, Ryan Crookham & Andrew Cerniglia finished 2nd. Bethlehem Catholic had 2 placers to finish 15th.

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