Saturday January 15, 2022
Kohl Tournament @ Suffern HS (Section 1)
Minisink Valley – Team Champions
102: Joseph Uhrig – 3rd
110: Wyatt Boice – 3rd, Joseph Sullivan – 5th
118: Sofia Macaluso – 2nd
126: Anthony Tresch – CHAMPION
132: Zak McKernan – CHAMPION, Zack Filip – 2nd
138: Liam Holmes – 6th
145: Luke Greiner – CHAMPION
160: George Racz – CHAMPION, Quinten Morgan – 5th
285: Aiden Gove – 5th
Monroe Woodbury – 4th in Team Race
102: Devin Charles – 5th
110: Liam Hayes – 4th
118: Maxim Javorsky – 3rd
126: Grant Barczak – 2nd, Marco Piazza – 4th
138: Jordan Brown – CHAMPION
145: Brandon Carcaterra – 4th
172: Mike Zrelak – 2nd
189: Eryk Shammgod – 4th
172: Nick Dicurcio – 4th
John S. Burke
152: Frankie Shaw – 6th
172: Justin Mazzie – 6th
285: David Valentin – 6th
Highland, Washingtonville, New Paltz, Liberty, Rondout Valley, Marlboro, and FDR Hyde Park all competed in the 11-team Highland Round Robin Tournament. Washingtonville finished 3rd in the team race and crowned 2 champions in Andrew Marchese (132) and Justin Callahan (215). Host team Highland took 5th in the team race and crowned 3 champions in Chris Gatto (126), Logan Zehr (138), and Logan Smith (160). New Paltz had one champion, Cole Cuppett (152), and placed 7th followed by FDR Hyde Park who finished 8th in the team race and crowned a champion at 102 in Luke Dakin.
Click below for full tournament results!
Joe McCloe Memorial Duals
Congratulations to Middletown going a perfect 5-0 and winning the title at the 2022 Joe McCloe Memorial Duals. Stephan Monchery went a perfect 5-0 for the Middies notching 3 first period pins and receiving 2 forfeits. Congratulations Middletown!!!
Rd 1: Middletown 78 Whitney Point 0
Rd 2: Middletown 54 Vestal 15
Rd 3: Middletown 47 Corning 28
Semis: Middletown 52 Waverly 20
Finals: Middletown 48 Oxford-Green 26
Full Middletown Results
Phoenix Mid-Winter Classic
Goshen had 8 wrestlers place in the top 6 and finished 3rd in the team race at the Phoenix Mid-Winter Classic. Leading the way for the Gladiators were Max Winkler (189) and Dom Siracusa (285). Both wrestlers made it to the finals however both ran into some tough competition and needed to settle for silver. Winkler had the unfortunate task of wrestling Kole Mulhauser of Section 3 Central Square in the finals. Mulhauser, a Princeton commit, is currently ranked 8th in the nation by FloWrestling. Siracusa had to lock horns with Nick Rogers of Section 3 General Brown. Rogers, who is considered one of the favorites to win the 285 pound D2 state title in Albany, used a second period reversal to secure a 2-0 win over Siracusa. The other top-6 placers for Goshen were Joe Minnies (3rd @ 110), Jackson Brady (4th @ 138), Dante Joseph (5th @ 189), Declan Bernhardt (4th @ 215), Kyle Kubik (5th @ 215), and Aiden DeEntremont (3rd @ 285).
Minisink Valley only sent five wrestlers to the Schenectady Invitational – all five came home with first place trophies! Winning title for the Warriors were Eric Tigue at 152, Zack Ryder at 160, Mikey Altomer at 172, Andrew Filip at 189, and Ethan Gallo at 215. Gallo’s finals match was a highly anticipated showdown with Ryan Stein from Section 2 Shaker. Stein along with Gallo are considered two of the top 215-pound wrestlers in NYS D1. The bout did not live up to expectations as Gallo pinned his Section 2 foe in 1:39. Despite only entering five wrestlers in the tournament, the Warriors finished 3rd in the team race with 134 points. Burnt Hills (13 wrestlers) won the tournament with 166 points and Shenendehowa (10 wrestlers) placed 2nd with 152 points. Great job Minisink!
Full Minisink Results