It was all that and more despite the Indians going without injured veterans Dylan Steffenino and Daron Pijanowski and the Bears going without the ill Dylan and Jordan Wertz.
Enough to keep a boisterous gang of fans on the edge of their collective seats, too.
And certainly enough to throw the Pioneer Athletic Conference picture out of focus now with defending champion Owen J. Roberts and Spring-Ford still unbeaten, and Boyertown, Methacton, Perkiomen Valley and, of course, Upper Perkiomen jammed right behind with one loss apiece.
“Our whole team came together, that’s the whole reason we won,” said McStravick, who improved to 22-3 with his second-period pin. “Honestly, this (result) does surprise me, but I love it when it happens.
“I think I got the ball rolling with my pin, but I knew I had to pin. Then (Fellman) got his pin and it just seemed to get our whole team rolling.”
Boyertown (2-1, 6-3 overall) would get a decision from Gregg Harvey (152) to get on the board. Then Weeks nearly blew a 10-4 lead when Garrett Abare reversed him to his back and, with a penalty point for calling for injury time while on his back, got even at 10-10. But on the restart, Abare chose neutral and it was a point Weeks denied him to make up.
The Bears would work back to the initial stalemate at 15-15 when Cody Richmond pinned at 170 and Gray Garber accepted a forfeit at 182. Then Cook’s pin was offset by freshman Jordan Wood’s pin at 220 to produce the second and final stalemate at 21-21.