Saranac recorded nine pins Wednesday night and defeated AuSable Valley 78-12 on opening night in the CVAC.
Saranac is expected to be a serious challenger this season.
A number of Section VII wrestlers have qualified for the National Greco-Roman and Freestyle Wrestling Championships.
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Troy Seymour went 6-3 at the National High School Coaches Association Senior Wrestling Championships and earned All-American honors.
Peru's Troy Seymour takes top honor in CVAC wrestling; NAC's Justin Kellett named Sportsman of the Year.
Peru's Troy Seymour finishes third
Peru's Troy Seymour captures third place; Peru's Nick Forget takes fifth, while Beekmantown's Gage Bourdeau finishes sixth.
Peru's Nick Forget (126) and Troy Seymour (170), along with Beekmantown's Gage Bourdeau (182), advanced to today's semifinals by each winning two matches.
Section VII wrestlers short on experience this season with only seven previous sectional winners in the group.
Indians have six wrestlers win their championship matches to hold of Saranac in the Section VII Wrestling Championship.
The Indians will look to add a Section VII title to their CVAC championship in wrestling today at Saranac.