Ryan Bosso competed at the Edinboro Open where he finished 1-1 after spending most of the season out with an injury...Earned a major decision in his first victory, defeating Lock Haven's George Ester, 17-6.
Bosso didn't wrestle for the Panthers because of a knee injury.
Bosso was a two-time section champion and two-time district place winner...Recorded 101-19 for his high school career and 6-2 during his senior year under coach Steve Hess...Placed fifth at the PIAA-AAA State Championships...Two-time Lancaster/Lebanon champion...Two-time selection for first team All-Star Wrestling (Lancaster/Lebanon)...Received the 2004 Penn Manor Comet Award for wrestling...Led his team to two sectional championships...Honored with the Outstanding Wrestler Award and Iron Man Award in 2005...Set world records in squat, bench, dead lift and overall (lifted 7.18 times his body weight)...Competed in football and lacrosse...Recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizenship Award, Penn Manor Family and Consumer Science Senior Award and the Lancaster Lebanon County Family and Consumer Science Scholarship.
Born January 28, 1987...Son of Vincent and Valerie Bosso...Has two brothers...A clinical dietetics and nutrition major.
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