There's only one local match that I know of. (And I didn't know it was wrestled until Odoyel Rules pointed it out to me today). But it was a good one.
Somerset 32, Northern Bedford 31
220-Eric Grace, NB, forfeit.
285-Chase Ott, NB, forfeit.
106-Brandon Defibaugh, NB, forfeit.
113-Garret Foster, S, maj. dec. Trey Childers, 17-6.
120-Damian Jano, S, pinned Jared Helsley, 1:05.
126-Sheldon Wagner, S, pinned Judah Gouchnour, 3:05.
132-Mason Replogle, NB, dec. Jon Fabian, 8-2.
138-Damian Corle, NB, maj. dec. Daniel Talley, 10-0.
145-Drew Gartland, NB, dec. Mike Laue, 4-0.
152-Kody Williams, S, dec. Ty Bechtel, 7-6.
160-Landon Lohr, S, maj. dec. Lucas Kolinchak, 10-2.
170-Duelin Douglas, NB, dec. Thomas HOcket, 3-2.
182-Logan Eller, S, dec. Justin Brunner, 5-2.
195-Jacob Nickelson, S, pinned Derick Eichelberger, 1:15.
Records: Somerset 5-5, Northern Bedford 8-4.
Analysis: This match is sort of Somerset's season in microcosm: A very rough start followed by a big comeback. The Eagles, who started the season 0-4, gave up three forfeits to start the dual. They rebounded from the 18-0 deficit to take their first - and only - lead of the night when Jake Nickelson pinned Derick Eichelberger at 195 pounds. In between there were some good matches, including Mason Replogle's decision of Jon Fabian at 132 and Drew Garland's 4-0 win over Mike Laue at 145.
There was one match that I'm sure a number of District 6 fans will be interested in, and that was Brookville beating West Branch 34-33. You can find a story from the Clearfield Progress and box score here.