"When we wrestled earlier this year it was very close and came down to the end," Borland said. "It was tied up and he got a takedown on me with two seconds left. I'm really looking forward to wrestling him again. It was a good experience the last time, even though I lost."
If Borland can avenge the loss, he will capture his first Hub Cup title.
"Winning this tournament in my last year would really mean a lot to me," said Borland, who finished third last year. "I've been pushing myself a lot harder because I really want this one."
Other Hubs still alive in the hunt for a championship are Delon Agee and Jim Eichelberger. North hasn't had a Hub Cup champion in four years.
"I like our chances," Borland said. "We worked hard in practice this week because it's our own tournament. We want to do well in front of our fans."
Agee takes on top-seed Jason Edwards from Northwest for a spot in the 119-pound championship final. Eichelberger will face second-seed Cory Wright from Beall at 140.
The other two Washington County wrestlers still alive for a championship are Williamsport's Earl Neville and Cody Trumpower.
The second seed at 119, Neville will meet Eddie Obendorfer of Damascus in the semifinal, which could set up a potential county final in the championship between Agee and Neville.
Trumpower, the fourth seed at 145, will face Steve Byington of Thomas Johnson, the top seed, in the semis.
Greencastle has three wrestlers still alive - Jere Woolcock at 135, Nichols at 171 and Kyle Hansen at 215.
All of the wrestlers for South Hagerstown, the other area team at the tournament, are battling in the consolation rounds. Derik Boerstler (125), Jason Waybright (171) and Chris Bell (285) notched opening-round wins before losing in the quarterfinals.
"It's tough to tell in these (tournaments) because everyone is from all around," said South coach Ralph Stottlemyer. "You have different competition levels at different places and it's always tough."
As it stood through the championship quarterfinals, Greencastle was the leading area team in sixth place (46 points). North was ninth (42 1/2), Williamsport 10th (34) and South was last (7).