Week 3 Results & Highlights

Minisink Valley 54 NFA 21 
Monroe Woodbury 54 Valley Central 21 
Cornwall 60 Kingston 22 
Warwick 50 Saugerties 27 
Pine Bush 52 Washingtonville 36 
Red Hook 53 New Paltz 33 
Chester 52 Rondout Valley 30 
Tappan Zee 64 Goshen 23 
Middletown 40 Pearl River 37 
Port Jervis 66 Ellenville 12
Highland 48 E/L/SW 39
Highland 67 Monticello 12

Week 3 Highlights….
MV vs NFA had a few great matches highlighted by MV’s Adam Fenner’s 2-1 UTB win over Caleb Williams at 285 and Ethan Gallo’s 6-0 win over NFA’s Connor Leggett at 160.  MW vs VC provided us with some excitement at several weights including 99, 220, and 285!  MW’s Richie Toledo topped Nicolo Riccuto 8-7 at 99, VC’s Mark Crisfield pinned defending 195 S9 champ Sam Santander at 220 and MW heavyweight Preston Havison pinned VC’s Bryce Moore in a battle of returning S9 placers! Cornwall vs Kingston had a few good bouts highlighted by Cornwall’s Luke Wojehowski recording a wbf over Kingston’s Hayden Barley at 195.  Over in Warwick we had a great bout at 182 where Will Noteboom topped Saugerties’ Graeme Knissel 8-2! In Pine Bush, Nick Florin made his 2018-2019 debut in style by recording an 9-0 major over a very tough Vincent Gennaro from Washingtonville at 152. In New Paltz we saw a Red Hook’s Matt Morris continue to roll at 113 notching a wbf over returning placer Elliot Crocco! In perhaps the most anticipated D2 match of the night we saw Rondout Valley’s Nikko Walsh defeat Chester’s Liam Bullock 10-3 at 126 pounds! Over in Goshen, Tierney and Fini both looked sharp in their wins at 113 and 152 respectively. And on Tuesday, Middletown defeated Pearl River and a few Middies notch good wins including Ivan Colon at 113, Armel Duke at 220 and Steven Monchery at 285!

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  1. Mike love what you do and respect your dedication to this page, without you it does not exist, but i do have one request. Is it possible to have the latest results for individual ranking come up first. if you come on to this page and hit rankings everything from as far back as 2011 comes up. It would be great to have a link to past rankings and have searches come up to the most recent. Once again it’s a just a thought and nothing more, I do understand how much you give and i am grateful for that.

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