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EMIGSVILLE — When it comes to wrestling, there’s only one thing on Dalton Rohrbaugh’s mind this year — winning a state title.
A year after a disappointing 1-2 record at the PIAA event in Hershey, Rohrbaugh can’t help but think of those two losses, day after day. They’re fueling the Spring Grove standout as he embarks on his senior campaign, two years after placing third at states as a sophomore.
Part of that motivation has led Rohrbaugh to the weight room. While it would seem logical for wrestlers to get stronger, for Rohrbaugh it isn’t that simple.
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