NYSPHSAA Dual Meet Championship – The Road to #1

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For the first time ever, the NYSPHSAA has a sanctioned dual meet championship to determine who are the best large school and small school teams in NYS. The one-day tournament will be held on Saturday 1/27 at the SRC Arena on the campus of Onondaga Community College in Syracuse. To qualify for the tournament, a team have won their Sectional Dual Meet Championship or receives a wildcard.  Three D1 wildcards and one D2 wildcard have been selected to round out the field.  Each division has 12 teams – 4 pools of 3 teams.  Pool winners will advance to the semis and finals to determine who is #1!

Division 1 Pools: 
Pool 1: #1 Wantagh, #8 Elmira, Fox Lane
Pool 2: #2 Minisink Valley, #7 Lancaster, Horseheads
Pool 3: #3 Spencerport, #6 Jamesville, Rocky Point
Pool 4: #4 Fulton, #5 Hilton, Shenendehowa

Division 2 Pools:
Pool 1: #1 Locust Valley, #8 Warrensburg, Peru
Pool 2: #2 Mt. Sinai, #7 Falconer, Gouverneur
Pool 3: #3 Central Valley, #6 Tioga, Port Jervis
Pool 4: #4 Norwich, #5 Canisteo-Greenwood, Pearl River

Pool Schedules for Minisink Valley and Port Jervis
9:00 – MV vs Lancaster (mat 4); PJ – bye
10:30 – MV vs Horseheads (mat 4); PJ vs Central Valley (mat 7)
12:00 –  MV – bye; PJ vs Tioga (mat 7)

2:30 – Semifinals
6:00 – Finals

Section Division 1 Division 2
Section 1 Fox Lane  Pearl River
Section 2 Shenendehowa  Warrensburg
Section 3  Fulton  Central Valley
Section 4  Elmira  Norwich
Section 5 Spencerport  Canisteo-Greenwood
Section 6  Lancaster  Falconer
Section 7  no entry  Peru
Section 8  Wantagh  Locust Valley
Section 9 Minisnk Valley Port Jervis
Section 10  no entry  Gouverneur
Section 11  Rocky Point  Mt. Sinai
Wildcard #1  Jamesville-Dewitt  Tioga
Wildcard #2  Hilton  N/A
Wildcard #3  Horseheads  N/A

Weekend Tournaments and Results

Friday 1/19/2018 & Saturday 1/20/2018

Highland, Pine Bush, Saugerties, Valley Central, and Washingtonville at Beacon Bulldog Tournament

Valley Central crowned two champions and won the team title at the Beacon Bulldog Tournament. Ray Napolitano was the champ at 152 while Collin Cummings took home the title at 160. Pine Bush also crowned two champs in Tommy Askey at 132 and Chris Tremper at 182.  The Bushmen finished 4th in the team race. Kingston finished in 8th place while Saugerties took 9th and crowned 2 champs – Graeme Knisell at 170 and Anthony Owen at 220. Washingtonville finished 10th and Highland crowned a champ, Mat Malherio at 138, and finished 11th in the team race.  Marlboro and Monticello finished 13th and 14th respectively.

2018 Beacon Tournament Final Brackets
2018 Beacon Tournament Finals Summary
2018 Beacon Tournament Team Standings

Saturday 1/20/2018

Minisink Valley, Middletown, Goshen, Red Hook, Rondout Valley, and Burke at Gene Brigham Tournament @ Minisink Valley Middle School

Minisink Valley ran away with the team title scoring 351 points and crowned 9 champions at the 2018 Gene Brigham Tournament. Winning title for the Warriors were Nick Picariello (106), Mia Macaluso* (120), Sean Savacool (126), Connor Greiner (132), Dom Vetrano (138), Timmy Ganuncio (170), Joey Yanis (182), Anton Juncaj (195), and Adam Fenner (220). Middletown came in 2nd in the team race with 123 points and crowned two champions – Justin Morales at 99 and Jose Velazquez at 152. Red Hook was 3rd in the team race with 100 points and had the 160 pound champion in Tristen Schiafo.  Ian Houck from Rondout Valley was the champion at 145 avenging his loss at ESC against MV’s Vinny Vetrano in the finals.  Connor Greiner was selected MOW and Joey Yanis won the pin title (4 pins in under a minute)!

* The biggest news of the day however was the result at 120 pounds where Minisink Valley’s Mia Macaluso became the first girl in the history of Section 9 wrestling to win an individual tournament! Congratulations Mia…Great Job Mia Mac!!!!

Other Section 9 placers were…
Minisink Valley: Andrew Filip 4th @ 99, Joe Habert 3rd @ 106, Jordan Suarez 2nd @ 113, Brian Lombardi 3rd @ 113, Frankie Hauber 2nd @ 138, Vinny Vetrano 2nd @ 145, Nick Alboroz 3rd @ 145, Jace Hircsh 2nd @ 152, Chris McLauglin 3rd @ 152, Matt Rajnert 2nd @ 160, James Udasco 4th @ 160, Donnie LeBlanc 2nd @ 220, Andrew Fenner 2nd @ 285

Middletown: Moises Diaz 4th @ 113, Destin Morano 3rd @ 160, Tyshawn Moody 4th @ 170, Elijah Babb 3rd @ 195, Bruce French 3rd @ 220, True Allah Clark @ 220, Armel Duke 4th @ 285

Red Hook: Matt Morris 2nd @106, Ryan Hobson 2nd @195, Liam Dietrich 3rd @285

Goshen: John Alejo 3rd @ 120, Dan Mandic 4th @ 145, and Kyle Dahowski 4th @ 195

Rondout Valley: Nikko Walsh 3rd @ 99, Timmy Perira 4th @ 106

John S. Burke: Brendan Douthit 4th @ 138, James Shaw 4th @ 152

Wallkill, Port Jervis, Warwick, and Cornwall @ Wallkill Duals

Round 1:
North Rockland 37 Warwick 35
Round 2:
Wallkill 66 North Rockland B 19
Round 3:
North Rockland 49 Wallkill 33
Warwick 69 North Rockland B 9
Round 4:
North Rockland 63 North Rockland B 12
Round 5:
Wallkill 42 Warwick 39
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                      1st- Port Jervis (5-0)
                      2nd- North Rockland (4-1)
                      3rd- Cornwall (3-2)
                      4th- Wallkill (2-3)
                      5th- Warwick (1-4)
                      6th- North Rockland B (0-5)

 

Monroe Woodbury, New Paltz @ Kohl Invitational
Monroe Woodbury placed 11 wrestlers in the top 6 at the Kohl Tournament including 7 finalists and 4 champions.  Placing for the Crusaders were: Richie Toledo (3rd @ 99), Jack Kohrs (2nd @ 106), Dylan Earl (1st @ 113), Marco Vespa (1st @ 120), Shamar Johnson (4th @ 126), Max Wernicki (4th @ 132), Joe McGinty (2nd @ 138), Julian Campofiori (2nd @ 145), Mike Paravati (6th @ 170), David Strauss (1st @ 220), and Preston Havison (1st @ 285). Monroe finished 2nd in the team race behind Bristol Eastern from Connecticut. New Paltz also had 6 wrestlers place at the Kohl led by finalist Ethan Palanca who lost to Vespa in the 120 pound final. Also placing for New Paltz were Elliot Crocco (6th @ 106), Aiden Cuppett (5th @ 113), Brian Kenney (4th @ 170), Devon Dixon (3rd @ 220), and Evan Jansen (5th @ 285).

Washingtonville @ Wrangle in the Plains
Washingtonville had 4 wrestlers compete at Shenendehowa’s Wrangle in the Plains tourney this weekend. Andrew Marchese 2nd Place at 99, Tom Maddox 3rd Place at 126, Thomas Moriarty 4th place at 182 and Ben Santarpia 5th Place at 182.

 

 

Section 9 Rankings – 1/16/18


Section 9 Wrestling

Individual Rankings – Combined D1/D2
January 16, 2018

 

Here are our first rankings after the Eastern States Classic!  At this point we have a pretty good idea about which weight everyone is going.  There will inevitably be some changes towards the end of the year as wrestlers and coaches put themselves in the best position position to win a Section 9 title and a trip to the NYS tournament in Albany on 2/23 & 2/24!  Here we go!!!  As always, respectful comments and suggestions are always welcomed and appreciated at sectionixwrestling@gmail.com. Enjoy!

99 Pounds
1. Justin Morales – Middletown, sophomore
2. Nikko Walsh – Rondout Valley, freshman
3. Christian Prokosch – Cornwall, senior
4. Andrew Marchese – Washingtonville, 8th grade
5. Evan Hewitt – Minisink Valley, freshman
6. Matt Davis – Wallkill, freshman

Morales drops to 99 and makes a statement by placing 8th at the ESC including a 6-2 win over previous #1 Walsh who also had a good tournament and was one win away from placing.  Prokosch, Marchese, Hewitt, and Davis all remain in the same order as last ranking and round out 3-6.  There is some others to keep an eye on here specifically Casey Lennon from VC, Richard Toledo from MW, Grant Barczak from MW, and Joey Curreri from Eldred/Liberty/Sullivan West.

106 Pounds
1. Greg Fischer – NFA, senior
2. Nick Picariello – Minisink Valley, sophomore
3. Jacob Chenier – Kingston, sophomore
4. Drew Greco – Warwick, freshman
5. Matt Morris – Red Hook, sophomore
6. Dylan Tierney – Goshen, junior

Fischer bounced back from an 11-0 loss to Suarez (@ 113) at the Section 9 Duals by having an awesome ESC placing 6th in an absolutely loaded field! The 2017 state qualifier recorded a pin over Len Balducci, a 5th place finisher at last year’s NYS tournament. Picariello also had a nice ESC making it to Day 2 and he was also a finalist at the Chris Hernandez Tournament so he stays #2. Chenier, Greco, and Morris stay in the same order and Goshen junior Dylan Tierney enters the rankings at #6!

113 Pounds
1. Dylan Earl – Monroe Woodbury, senior
2. Jordan Suarez – Minisink Valley, sophomore
3. Ryan Burgos – Monroe Woodbury, junior
4. Hunter Brown – Warwick, senior
5. Eric Tigue – Port Jervis, 8th grade
6. Derek Ellison – Wallkill, junior

Earl maintains the #1 spot at 113 with a head-to-head over Suarez in the S9 Duals finals.  No reason to change anyone else here. Suarez had an impressive 11-0 win over Fisher (#1 @ 106) . Tigue did wrestle at 106 for the ESC but it’s a +4 tournament but we’ll definitely keep an eye on his future weigh-ins!

120 Pounds
1. Marco Vespa – Monroe Woodbury, junior
2. Brandon DeLaRosa – Newburgh Free Academy, junior
3. Ethan Palanca – New Paltz, freshman
4. Joey Amato – Port Jervis, sophomore
5. Patrick Ross – Onteora, freshman
6. Liam Bullock – Chester, junior

Vespa dnp at ESC but his losses were to the eventual 3rd and 5th place finishers – he’s still the guy to beat at 120 in S9. DeLaRosa has been out resting an injury but stays at #2 but we have a new #3 in Palanca. The New Paltz freshman drops down to 120 and his wins over Ross and Amato this season earn him his ranking here.  Amato pinned Ross at the S9 Duals and jumps up to #4. Bullock took 3rd at the Sailor Tournament and is #6 at 120.

126 Pounds
1. James Faison – Wallkill, sophomore
2. Tom Maddox – Washingtonville, junior
3. Matthew Romano – Valley Central, sophomore
4. Luke Fischer – Newburgh Free Academy, sophomore
5. Sean Savacool – Minisink Valley, sophomore
6. Nick Ross – Onteora, freshman

Faison has been resting an injury but stays at #1 for now.  Maddox keeps impressing and notched another win over Romano in a recent dual. Fischer and Savacool remain in the same order but now at #4 and #5 and our new #6 is Onteora freshman Nick Ross who recorded an impressive 11-5 win over Sauschuck recently at 132!

132 Pounds
1. Connor Greiner – Minisink Valley, senior
2. Tommy Askey – Pine Bush, sophomore
3. Carson Sauschuck – Port Jervis, senior
4. Max Wernicki – Monroe Woodbury, sophomore
5. Hunter Phillips – Valley Central, junior
6. Trevor Faveron – Onteora, senior

No reason for change at 132. Greiner has looked great and placed 8th at the ESC notching 2 wins over state placewinners. Askey has looked very tough since his return to action finishing 3rd at the Mid_Hudson, 3rd at the Shoreline and notched head-to-head win  over #5 Phillips. Wernicki has also looked good and had a win over Phillips who remains at #5 with Faveron at #6.

138 Pounds
1. Dom Vetrano – Minisink Valley, senior
2. Joe McGinty – Monroe Woodbury, sophomore
3. Frank Fea – Goshen, senior
4. Dylan Greer – Pine Bush, senior
5. Nate Ross – Onteora, sophomore
6. Mat Malherio – Highland, junior

No changes at 145 either!  Vetrano was looked great since our last rankings…he pinned #2 McGinty at the S9 Duals and he placed 7th at the Eastern States Classic. McGinty placed 2nd at the Shoreline and looks very tough. Fea lost a close match at ESC before forfeiting in consies but he stays put as does Greer who has not wrestled since the Mid_Hudson. Ross and Malherio are both continuing to have solid seasons and round out the top 6.

145 Pounds
1. Steve Gazzillo – Cornwall, junior
2. Vinny Vetrano – Minisink Valley, senior
3. Ian Houck – Rondout Valley, senior
4. Carter Stewart – Monroe Woodbury, senior
5. Nick Florin – Pine Bush, junior
6. Zach Chartrand – Onteora, senior

Cornwall’s Steven Gazzillo posted a head-to-head win over defending S9 champion Vinny Vetrano and is your new #1 at 145.  Vetrano drops to #2 and had a win over #3 Houck at the ESC  and over Monroe Woodbury’s Carter Stewart at S9 Duals who is your new #4 here. Florin and Chartrand are at #5 and #6 rounding off a very tough weight!

152 Pounds
1. Tyler Serafini – Newburgh Free Academy, junior
2. Tristen Schiafo – Red Hook, senior
3. William Harrison – Port Jervis, junior
4. Joe Pushman – Wallkill, senior
5. Joe Velazquez – Middletown, sophomore
6. Nick Albornoz – Minisink Valley, sophomore

Serafini was one match away from placing at ESC and both losses were to placewinners. Schiafo drops down to 152 and is your new #2. Harrison continues to look very good as does Pushman who are #3 and #4 respectively. Middletown sophomore is at #5 and your new #6 at 152 is Nick Albornoz from Minisink Valley.

160 Pounds
1. Shaun Burgos – Pine Bush, senior
2. Griffin Roddy – Port Jervis, senior
3. Graeme Knisell – Saugerties, sophomore
4. Destin Morano – Middletown, junior
5. Pasquale Satriano – Valley Central,
6. Jace Hirsch – Minisink Valley, freshman

Burgos has been awesome since our last ranking!  He was a Shoreline finalist losing to Section 1 stud Grippi and he also defeated Ganuncio (#2 @ 170) at ESC. Roddy is putting together a nice year and he is #2 and Gnisell from Saugerties comes all the way down from 182 and is our #3 here. Morano from Middletown moves up to #4. Satriano from VC and Hirsch from MV enter the rankings at #5 and #6 respectively.

170 Pounds
1. Dillon Ross – Onteora, senior
2. Timmy Ganuncio – Minisink Valley, senior
3. Jason Butler – Port Jervis, senior
4. Matt Bucci – Saugerties, junior
5. Collin Cummings – Valley Central, senior
6. Brian Mascaro – Wallkill, senior

Ross continues his incredible season and takes 5th at the ESC.  His only loss to a NYS D2 wrestler was a 3-2 decision to Ross McFarland – Ross is definitely in contention for a state title this season! Ganuncio continues to impress and sits firmly at #2 while PJ’s Butler stays at #3. Bucci, Cummings, and Marcaro round out the top 6 in what should prove to be a very exciting weight class to follow.

182 Pounds
1. Joe Yanis – Minisink Valley, senior
2. Anthony Owen – Saugerties, junior
3. Ben Santarpia – Washingtonville, senior
4. Chris Tremper – Pine Bush, senior
5. Alex Miller – Newburgh Free Academy, senior
6. Luke Wojehowski – Cornwall, junior

Yanis is the clear #1 here after his 4th place finish at the ESC.  The MV senior will definitely be in the conversation for a state title at this weight in February. Owen from Saugerties drops down to 182 and takes over the 2nd slot followed by  Santarpia from Washingtonville who is putting together a great season. Tremper, Miller, and Wojehowski are all having very solid seasons and round out the to 6 at 182!

195 Pounds
1. Maxx DeCapua – Newburgh Free Academy, sophomore
2. Sam Santander – Monroe Woodbury, junior
3. Julius Oquendo – Middletown, senior
4. Andrew Wierzbicki – Warwick, senior
5. Anton Juncaj – Minisink Valley, junior
6. Raven Aumick – Port Jervis, senior

DeCapua looked great at the Eastern States Classic and took home 6th place honors. Santander is due to return from injury soon and remains #2 while Oquendo, Wierzbicki, and Juncaj holds spots 3 through 5. Based on his very nice win over Hobson from Red Hook at the S9 Duals, Raven Aumick from Port Jervis enters the rankings at #6.

220 Pounds
1. Will Leonard – Cornwall, junior
2. David Strauss- Monroe Woodbury, junior
3. Mark Crisfield – Valley Central. junior
4. Adam Fenner – Minisink Valley, freshman
5. Daniel Banegas – NFA, senior
6. Hayden Barley – Kingston, junior

Will Leonard cemented his #1 ranking at 220 with a very impressive run that led the Cornwall junior to 4th place honors. Strauss from MW stays at #2 with his head-to-head wins at the S9 Duals over Crisfield from VC and Adam Fenner from MV who are at #3 and #4 respectively. NFA senior Banegas enters the rankings at #5 while Barley from Kingston drops to #6 due to inactivity.

285 Pounds
1. Andrew Fenner – Minisink Valley, senior
2. Liam Dietrich – Red Hook, sophomore
3. Preston Havison – Monroe Woodbury, junior
4. Bryce Moore – Valley Central, junior
5. Caleb Williams – Newburgh Free Academy, junior
6. James Oosterom – Port Jervis, sophomore

Fenner looked very good at ESC and finished 5th on the medal stand. Dietrich stays at #2 but Havison and Moore flip flop after the MW junior’s win over his VC foe at the S9 Duals. Williams from NFA and Oosterom from PJ remain in the #5 and #6 slopts at 295.  This weight could prove to be very exciting at the S9 Tournaments for both D1 and D2!

2018 Eastern States Classic – Finals and S9 Medal Winners

Top 5 Teams
1. Wyoming Seminary – 216 points
2. Wantagh – 95 points
3. Minisink Valley – 86 points
4. Long Beach – 73 points
5. Jamesville-Dewitt – 69.5 points


Lightweight MOW:
  Beau Bartlett (Wyoming Seminary)
Middleweight MOW: Jacori Teemer (Long Beach)
Heavyweight MOW: Tyler Barnes (Ballston Spa)
Champion of Champions: Beau Bartlett (Wyoming Seminary)

Most Pins: Beau Bartlett (Wyoming Seminary) 5 pins

Team Sportsmanship Award: Horace Greeley

Finals
99: Stevo Poulin (Shen) wbf 5:08 Mason Bush (CVA)
106: Matt Griffin (Jamesville) wbf 3:43 Jordan Titus (C. Mor)
113: Nick Botello (Sem) dec 6-2 sv Dylan Ryder (HHHW)
120: Adam Busiello (ESM) dec 8-3 Anthony Sciotto (RP)
126: Beau Bartlett (Sem) wbf 4:53 Orion Anderson (S-Ville)
132: Jack Davis (Sem) dec 10-7 Justin Vines (Wantagh)
138: Chris Gomez (Pat-Med) dec 5-2 J. Spadafora (HHHE)
145: Frankie Gissendanner (Pen) 12-3 Kyle Mosher (South)
152: Jacori Teemer (LB) dec 9-5 Matt Gripp (Fox Lane)
160: Jake Silverstein (Haup) dec 3-0 Chris Barker (Fairport)
170: Tyler Barnes (Ballston Spa) dec 8-2 Paul Calo (Southington)
182: Jake Logan (New Roch) dec 5-4 Jacob Ferriera (H. Greeley)
195: Austin Cooley (Sem) dec 7-5 sv Jonathan Loew (Wantagh)
220: Joe Benedict (Sandy Creek) wbf 1:18 Halil Gecaj (JJCR)
285: Joey Slackman (Commack) dec 6-4 Tony Cutrie (Sem)

Section 9 Medal Winners
99: Justin Morales (Middletown) 8th
106: Greg Fischer (NFA) 6th
132: Connor Greiner (Minisink Valley) 8th
138: Dom Vetrano (Minisink Valley) 7th
160: Shaun Burgos (Pine Bush) 7th
170: Dillon Ross (Onteora) 5th
182: Joey Yanis (Minisink Valley) 4th
195: Maxx DeCapua (NFA) 6th
220: Will Leonard (Cornwall) 4th
285: Andrew Fenner (Minisink Valley) 5th

2018 ESC – Semifinals and S9 Placewinners

99 Pounds
Mason Bush (CVA) dec 4-0 D. Geislinger (Norwich)
Stevo Poulin (Shen) dec 14-7 Matt Schrieber (Hor. Gr.)

106 Pounds
Jordan Titus (Center Moriches) dec 5-1 Anthony Noto (H. Falls-Lima)
Matt Griffin (Jamesville) dec 10-5 Ivan Garcia (Port Chester)

113 Pounds
Dylan Ryder (HHHW) maj 11-2 Marek Bush (CVA)
Nick Botello (Sem) dec 5-2 Drew Minch (Sem)

120 Pounds
Adam Busiello (ESM) wbf  1:20 Ryan Jack (Danbury)
Anthony Sciotto (Rocky Point) wbf 2:39 Sal Jones (LI Lutheran)

126 Pounds
Beau Bartlett (Sem) wbf  Michael Gonyea (Columbia)
Orion Anderson (Schyulerville) dec 9-4 M. Ortiz (New Milford)

132 Pounds
Jack Davis (Sem) dec 13-7 Cahal Donovan (Marcellus)
Justin Vines (Wantagh) dec 4-3 Willie McDougald (Niagara Falls)

138 Pounds
J. Spadafora (HHHE) dec 6-3 Donald Wood (Center Moriches)
Chris Gomez (Patch-Med) dec 11-3 A. Sobotker (N. Babylon)

145 Pounds
Frankie Gissendanner (Penfield) wbf  1:20 Philpotts (HP)
Kyle Mosher (South East) dec 3-0 Bokina (Mat)

152 Pounds
Jacori Teemer (Long Beach)  14-6 Ryan Luth (Foran)
Matt Grippi (Fox Lane) dec 2-1 C. Kropman (Pen)

160 Pounds
Jake Silverstein (Hauppauge) dec 3-1 Abdulrazak (Woodridge)
Chris Barker (Fairport) dec 4-2 Jacob Nolan (Saranac)

170 Pounds
Tyler Barnes (Ballson Spa) wbf  1:12 Davis Miele-Estrella (N. Bab)
Paul Calo (Southington) dec 7-6 Ross McFarland (Phoenix)

182 Pounds
Jake Logan (New Rochelle) dec 7-3 Chance Lapier (Ausable Valley)
Jake Ferriera (HG) dec 7-5 Joey Yanis (Minisink Valley)

195 Pounds
Jonathan Loew (Wantagh) dec 7-4 Elijah Rodriguez (Long Beach)
Austin Cooley (Sem) wbf 1:20 Doug Simmons (Canastota)

220 Pounds
Joe Benedict (Sandy Creek) wbf 1:06 Boaz Smart (Bellmore JFK)
Halil Gecaj (JJCR) dec 7-5 Michael Doggett (Sem)

285 Pounds
Joey Slackman (Commack) wbf 2:27 Trentyn Ruppert (Newark Valley)
Tony Cutrie (Sem) dec 6-3 Anthony Robinson (Starpoint)

Section 9 Medal Winners
99: Justin Morales (Middletown)
106: Greg Fischer (NFA)
132: Connor Greiner (Minisink Valley)
138: Dom Vetrano (Minisink Valley)
160: Shaun Burgos (Pine Bush)
170: Dillon Ross (Onteora)
182: Joey Yanis (Minisink Valley)
195: Maxx DeCapua (NFA)
220: Will Leonard (Cornwall)
285: Andrew Fenner (Minisink Valley)

2018 ESC – Quarterfinal Matchups Plus Section 9 Wrestlers Alive in Wrestlebacks

Section 9 has 11 wrestlers in the quarters and several others still wrestling back in the consies.  In the team race, Minisink Valley sits in 2nd place behind national power Wyoming Seminary. Wrestling will begin at 11:30 today due to the two hour delay.  Live brackets are available on FloArena plus every results from the quarterfinal, semis, and finals will be posted here!

 

Quarterfinal Match-Ups

99 Pounds
Mason Bush (CVA) maj 13-3 Nikko Walsh (Rondout)
D. Geislinger (Norwich) dec 5-3 C. Schubert (Williamsville)
Matt Schrieber (Hor. Gr.) dec 16-8 Rocco Camillaci (Hilton)
Stevo Poulin (Shen) dec 3-0 Luke Smith (Hauppauge)

106 Pounds
Anthony Noto (H-Falls-Lima) dec 4-0 Greg Fischer (NFA)
Jordan Titus (Center Mor) dec 13-7 Len Balducci (Pleasantville)
Ivan Garcia (Port Chester) dec 3-2 Josiah Encarnacion (Want)
Matt Griffin (Jamesville) dec 6-2 Terry Adams (Mon Farrell)

113 Pounds
Dylan Ryder (HHHW) dec 5-0 Chris Gannone (ESM)
Marek Bush (CVA) dec 7-0 Chandler Merwin (Walton)
Drew Munch (Sem) dec 18-5 Myles Griffin (Jamesville)
Nick Botello (Sem) wbf 3:17 Jon Charles (CVA)

120 Pounds
Adam Busiello (ESM) maj 15-2 Keith Cassar (Oyster Bay)
Ryan Jack (Danbury) dec 9-2 Marco Vespa (MW)
Sal Jones (LI Lutheran) maj 11-1 Austin Seargant (Fairport)
Anthony Sciotto (Rocky Point) wbf :33 Ryan Burgos (Hilton)

126 Pounds
Beau Bartlett (Sem) wbf Matt Campo (Mt. Sinai)
Mike Gonyea (Col) dec 5-3 sv Justin McDougald (N. Wheat.)
M. Ortiz (New Milford) vs Kyle Fields (Danbury)
Orion Anderson (S-Ville) wbf V. Perlleshi (Pleasantville)

132 Pounds
Jack Davis (Sem) dec 8-2 Nick Young (Alexander)
Cahal Donovan (Marcellus) maj 13-3 Luke Bokina (Matt)
W. McDougald (N. Falls) maj 10-2 Raf Lievano (Ward Mel)
Justin Vines (Wantagh) dec 7-2 D. Berkowich (Poly Prep)

138 Pounds
Donald Wood (C. Mor) dec 10-6 Garrett Bauer (Jamesville)
Jon Spadafora (HHHE) dec 12-8 Colin Realbuto (Iona Prep)
A. Sobotker (N. Bab.) dec 10-7 Dom Vetrano (Minisink Valley)
Chris Gomez (Patch Med) dec 5-4 Ian McKenna (New Hart)

145 Pounds
Frankie Gissendanner (Pen) maj 15-4 Zach Lawrence (D-Burg)
TJ Philpotts (Holland Patent) over A Kovacs (Danbury) wbf 5:47
Kyle Mosher (South East)  dec 3-1Hunter Shaut (CVA)
Jack Bokina (Mattituck) dec 11-10 Kiernan Shanahan (Shen)

152 Pounds
Jacori Teemer (Long Beach) wbf 5:02 Dan Bogie (Eagle Acad)
Ryan Luth (Foram) dec 4-3 John Petretti (SWR)
Cooper Kropman (Penfield) dec 4-1 Benny Baker (Sem)
Matt Gripp (Fox Lane) dec 8-2 Ryan Stencel (Lancaster)

160 Pounds
Jake Silverstein (Haup) maj 13-3 Nick Herringshaw (Hol. Pat.)
S. Abdulrazak (Woodridge) maj 12-2 E. Sweeney (Nisky)
Chris Barker (Fairport) dec 5-3 A. Wolk (H. Greeley)
Jacob Nolan (Saranac) maj 11-2 S. Burgos (Pine Bush)

170 Pounds
Tyler Barnes (B. Spa) wbf 1:25 J. Langan (Wantagh)
D. Miele-Estrella (N. Babylon) dec 3-2 J. Stefanowicz (Sem)
Paul Calo (Southington)  wbf 5:49 Ty Rifanburg (Norwich)
Ross McFarland (Phoenix) dec 3-2 Dillon Ross (Onteora)

182 Pounds
Jake Logan (New Rochelle) maj 23-9 V.Marzano (Poly Prep)
Chance Lapier (A. Valley) dec 5-3 Brennen Slater (Norwich)
Jake Ferriera (H. Greeley) wbf 4:00 Sam Deprez (Hilton)
Joey Yanis (Minisink Valley) wbf 3:56 Odean (GS Campus)

195 Pounds
E. Rodriguez (Long Beach) wbf 6:00 Johnny Santos (Fox Lane)
Jon Loew (Wantagh) dec 5-1 J. Andreesen (Lancaster)
D. Simmons (Canastota) maj 14-2 R. Melvin (Nisky)
A. Cooley (Sem) maj 23-9 Maxx DeCapua (NFA)

220 Pounds
Joe Benedict (Sandy Creek) wbf 1:11 Mark Crisfield (VC)
Boaz Smart (Kennedy) dec 4-2 A Lilly (New Rochelle)
H. Gecaj (New Rochelle) dec 6-1 Will Leonard (Cornwall)
Michael Doggett (Sem) dec 13-2 M. Babbcort (Wingate)

285 Pounds
Joey Slackman (Commack) med fft Deonte Wilson (Amityville)
T. Rupert (New. Valley) wbf 3:09 Andrew Fenner (Minisink Valley)
A. Robinson (Starpoint) dec 4-3 B. Wood (Walton)
T. Cutrie (Sem) wbf :49 T. Nagosky (Smithtown West)

Section 9 Wrestlers Alive in Wrestlebacks
99: Justin Morales (Middletown)
Morales vs Lopez (Long Beach)
106: Nick Picariello (Minisink Valley)
Robin (Arlington) vs Picariello
113: Dylan Earl (Monroe Woodbury)
Earl vs Demasco (Commack)
132: Connor Greiner (Minisink Valley)
Greiner vs Sams (Putnam Valley)
138: Joe McGinty (Monroe Woodbury)
Gray (Warsaw) vs McGinty
145: Vinny Vetrano (Minisink Valley)
Vetrano vs Kievman (Sem)
145: Steve Gazzillo (Cornwall)
Warren McDougald (NW) vs Gazzillo
152: Tyler Serafini (NFA)
Serafini vs Bogdan (Albany Academy)
160: Timmy Ganuncio (Minisink Valley)
Ganuncio vs Harington (Phoenix)
195: Ryan Hobson (Red Hook)
Grigalishvili (JM) vs Hobson
220: David Strauss (Monroe Woodbury)
Rogers (Clarstown South) vs Strauss
220: Adam Fenner (Minisink Valley)
Fenner vs Knote (ESM)

Section 9 Duals – Semis and Finals

Minisink Valley and Port Jervis Champs at Section 9 Duals!!!

Congratulation to Minisink Valley and Port Jervis for capturing the D1 and D2 titles, respectively, at this year’s Section 9 Duals Championships.  Minisink won their title by defeating rival Monroe Woodbury in the finals by a score of 56-16.  In their first year competing in the small school division, Port Jervis won the D2 title by beating Red Hook 45-25 in the finals.  In winning the titles, both teams punched their ticket to the inaugural NYSPHSAA Dual Meet Championships taking place on 1/27 in Syracuse. Congratulations to the Warriors and Red Raiders!!!

Wednesday 1/10 @ Minisink Valley – Semis and Finals

Division 1 and Division 2 Finals
D1: Minisink Valley 56 Monroe Woodbury 16
D2: Port Jervis 45 Red Hook 25

Divison 1 Semifinals
Minisink Valley 66 Newburgh Free Academy 13
Monroe Woodbury 47 Valley Central 21

Section 9 Duals – Results

Tuesday 1/9 @ NFA Site – Division 1 Tournament

Round 16 – 5:00
Minisink Valley – bye
Cornwall – bye
Middletown -bye
NFA – bye
Quarterfinals – 6:30
Minisink Valley 70 Cornwall 12
NFA 42 Middletown 25

Tuesday 1/9 @ Pine Bush Site – Division 1 Tournament

Round 16 – 5:00
Pine Bush – bye
VC 52 Washingtonville 22
Wallkill 40 Warwick 25
Monroe Woodbury – bye
Quarterfinals – 6:30
Valley Central 56 Pine Bush 19
Monroe Woodbury 63 Wallkill 15

Tuesday 1/9 @ Port Jervis Site – Division 2 Tournament

Quarterfinals – 6:00
Port Jervis 52 Onteora 12
Eldred/Liberty/Sullivan West over Highland
Red Hook 66 Chester/Tuxedo 18

Semifinals – 7:30
Red Hook advances to finals (New Paltz dropped out)
Port Jervis 55 Eldred/Liberty/Sullivan West 24

Wednesday 1/10 @ Minisink Valley – Semis and Finals

Divison 1 Semifinals – 5:30 (2 mats)
Minisink Valley vs Newburgh Free Academy
Monroe Woodbury vs Valley Central

Division 1 and Division 2 Finals – 7:00 (2 mats)
D2: Port Jervis vs Red Hook

**Please remember the there will be a canned food drive at Minisink Valley for Day 2 of the Section 9 Duals.  Please consider bringing a canned or boxed food item for donation.  All contributions will go to food banks to help some of the less fortunate families in the Hudson Valley.**