Weekend Tournament Results

2023 NYSPHSAA Dual Meet Championships
Congratulations to Minisink Valley for making it all the way to the finals at Saturday’s NYSPHSAA Dual Meet Championships in Syracuse! The Warriors fell just short of winning the title for the third season in a row, falling to Section 6 Starpoint by a score of 35-27 in the finals. This is the Minisink’s fifth trip to the state dual meet championships. They have won twice and only have three losses at the tournament – all three losses have been to the eventual champion. Pretty incredible run! Saugerties was the Section 9 Division 2 representative. The Sawyers wrestled tough however lost both dual in their pool so they did not advance to the medal round. Congratulation to both programs!

2023 NYSPHSAA Dual Meet Championships – Results

NYSPHSAA Girls Champion Sara Pauls

2023 NYSPHSAA Girls Wrestling Invitational
Congratulations to Minisink Valley’s Sara Pauls for winning the 107-pound weight class at the inaugural NYSPHSAA Girls Wrestling Invitational. Pauls, only an 8th grader at Minisink, avenged an earlier season loss to Mora Peterson from Islip defeating her 1-0 in the finals. Peterson defeated Pauls in the finals of the Eastern States Classic. Pine Bush’s Brooke Tarshis made it all the way to the finals but had to settle for silver. The other Section 9 state place winners were Minisink Valley’s Keira Filip (4th @ 114), Saugerties’s Savannah Tittlebach (6th @ 114), Minisink Valley’s Jaida Macaluso (4th @ 126), and Libert’s Zoe Kip (4th @ 152). Congratulations to all of our Section 9 female wrestlers – you are trailblazers! This tournament has been “a long time coming” but it finally happened thanks to the work of many very dedicated people – nobody more dedicated than the Macaluso family. Congratulations to all!

2023 NYSPHSAA Girls Invitational – results

2023 Jeff Cuilty Duals

Newburgh 37 Longwood 36
Longwood 49 Warwick 20
Shoreham Wading River 40 Wallkill 31
Shoreham Wading River 63 Warwick 12
Shoreham Wading River 48 Valley Central 18
Shorham Wading River 51 Newburgh 24
North Rockland 40 Wallkill 30
North Rockland 48 Warwick 15
North Rockland 48 Valley Central 29
Newburgh 54 North Rockland 15
Newburgh 39 Wallkill 25
Longwood 54 Valley Central 17
Newburgh 50 Colonie 24
Valley Central 37 Colonie 33

Mahopac Tournament

Pine Bush’s Braydon Pennell was the 189 champion while teammates Gabe McNalley (102) and Logan Pennell (132) placed 2nd. Middletown crowned two champions in Rahmiere Bradley (285) and Fernand Vera-Torres (215).

Mahopac Tournament – full brackets

Edgemont Tournament

Burke’s Frankie Shaw won 1st place at 160 pounds at the Edgemont Tournament!

2023 NYSPHSAA Dual Meet Championships

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Finals – 5:00
Division 1: Starpoint 35 Minisink Valley 27
Division 2: Tioga 49 Central Valley Academy 18

Semifinals – 2:30
Division 1: Minisink Valley 45 East Islip 13
Division 1: Starpoint 36 Wantagh 26
Division 2: Tioga 55 Gouverneur 15
Division 2: Central Valley Academy 45 Canisteo Greenwood 23

Round 1 – Division 1 – 9:00
Mat 1: Minisink Valley 68 Fox Lane 4
Mat 2: Ballston Spa 35 East Islip 32
Mat 3: Wantagh 51 Horseheads 15
Mat 4: Starpoint 54 Cicero North Syracuse 18

Round 1 – Division 2 – 9:00
Mat 5: Tioga 47 Cobleskill-Richmondville 16
Mat 6: Seaford 36 Saugerties 28
Mat 7: Canisteo-Greenwood 45 Saranac 24
Mat 8: Central Valley Academy 45 Pearl River 19

Round 2 – Division 1 – 10:30
Mat 1: Niagara Wheatfield 60 Fox Lane 5
Mat 2: East Islip 46 Hilton 21
Mat 3: Burnt Hills 36 Horseheads 30
Mat 4: Fairport 37 Cicero North Syracuse 16

Round 2 – Division 2 – 10:30
Mat 5: Chautauqua Lake 49 Cobleskill-Richmondville 18
Mat 6: Gouverneur 45 Saugerties 27
Mat 7: John Glenn 57 Saranac 14
Mat 8: Port Jefferson 42 Pearl River 25

Round 3 – Division 1 – 12:00
Mat 1: Minisink Valley 42 Niagara Wheatfield 13
Mat 2: Hilton 36 Ballston Spa 34
Mat 3: Wantagh 54 Burnt Hills 15
Mat 4: Starpoint 36 Fairport 35

Round 3 – Division 2 – 12:00
Mat 5: Tioga 33 Chautauqua Lake 24
Mat 6: Gouverneur 43 Seaford 26
Mat 7: Canisteo-Greenwood 36 John Glenn 32
Mat 8: Central Valley Academy 38 Port Jefferson 21

Date: Saturday January 28, 2023
Location: SRC Arena, Syracuse, NY

Round 1 – 9:00 AM – 8 Mats
Round 2 – 10:30 AM – 8 Mats
Round 3 – 12:00 PM – 8 Mats
Semifinals – 2:30 PM – 4 Mats
Finals – 5:00 PM – 2 Mats

Division 1 Pools – (seeds in parenthesis)
Pool/Mat 1: (1) Minisink – S9, (8) Niagara Wheatfield – S6, Fox Lane – S1
Pool/Mat 2: (4) Ballston Spa – S2, (5) Hilton – S5, East Islip – S11
Pool/Mat 3: (3) Wantagh – S8, (6) – Burnt Hills – S5, Horseheads – S4
Pool/Mat 4: (2) Starpoint – S6, (7) Fairport – S5, Cicero N. Syracuse – S3

Division 2 Pools – (seeds in parenthesis)
Pool/Mat 5: (1) Tioga – S4, (8) Chautauqua Lake – S6, Cobleskill-Rich – S2
Pool/Mat 6: (4) Seaford – S8, (5) Gouverneur – S10, Saugerties – S9
Pool/Mat 7: (3) Canisteo-Green – S5, (6) John Glenn – S11, Saranac – S7
Pool/Mat 8: (2) Central Valley – S3, (7) Port Jeff – S11, Pearl River – S1

2023 NYSPHSAA Girls Wrestling Invitational

It’s been a long time coming but it’s finally happening! This Friday, January 27, 2023, The SRC Events Center in Syracuse, NY will host the inaugural NYSPHSAA Girls Wrestling Invitational!!! Below is the schedule as well as a few links with other important information. Keep in mind that this is an all-digital ticketed event – no tickets are available on-site!


Section 9 Girls Results
107: Sara Pauls (Minisink Valley, 8th)
Rd 16: Pauls f :41 Singh (Shenendehowa)
Quarters: Pauls f 3:26 Zucker (Jericho)
Semis: Pauls dec 11-8 York (Warrensburg/Lake George)
Finals: Pauls dec 1-0 Peterson (Islip)…Sara is your NYS champion

114: Savannah Tittelback (Saugerties, 10th)
Rd 16: Tittelbach f 2:20 Tara (Orchard Park)
Quarters: Tittelbach f 5:11 Drake (Shaker)
Semis: Foufas (Mepham) dec 3-1 Tittelbach
Consi Semis: Craft (Owego) dec 3-0 Tittelbach
5th/6th Place: Drake (Shaker) dec 2-1 Tittelbach

114: Keira Filip (Minisink Valley, 9th)
Rd 16: Filip f 1:27 Hancher (Shenendehowa)
Quarters: Filip f 5:21 McKinney (Lockport)
Semis: Sibble (Bolivar) f 1:57 Filip
Consi Semis: Filip dec 3-2 utb Drake (Shaker)
3rd/4th Place: Craft (Owego) f 2:39

120: Brooke Tarshis (Pine Bush, 11th)
Rd 16: Tarshis f 1:20 Silvestro (Chenango Forks)
Quarters: Tarshis tf 16-1 Taylor (East Rochester)
Semis: Tarshis f 1:36 Satalino (Columbia)
Finals: Diaz (Seaford) f 4:00 Tarshis

126: Jaida Macaluso (Minisink Valley, 9th)
Rd 16: Macaluso f 3:21 Cruz (Coxsackie)
Quarters: Demillio (FFEF) dec 5-0 Macaluso
Consi 8 #2: Macaluso f 1:53 Bonilla (Great Neck South)
Consi 4: Macaluso f 3:52 Miles (Midlakes)
Consi Semis: Macaluso dec 6-4 Farrel (Colonie)
3rd/4th: Demillio (JJEF) maj 11-0 Macaluso

126: Synaida Wheeler (Fallsburg, 12th)
Rd 16: Miles (Midlakes) f :40 Wheeler
Consi 8 #1: Howard (Bellport) f :47 Wheeler

132: Gillian Mills (Saugerties, 12th)
Rd 16: Mills f :49 Kuzmierczak (Holland Patent)
Quarters: Sindoni (Tioga) f 1:16 Mills
Consi 8 #2: Mills f 3:37 Berry (Horseheads)
Consi 4: Triocchi (Bayshore) f 1:00 Mills

138: Meredith Mills (Saugerties, 9th)
Rd 16: Ametrano (Horace Greeley) maj 13-2 Mills
Consi 8 #1: Senik (Niagara Wheatfield) maj 11-0 Mills

152: Zoe Kip (Liberty, 11th)
Rd 16: Kip dec 3-0 Thomas (Iroquois)
Quarters: Gonzalez (Liverpool) f 3:37 Kip
Consi 8 #2: Kip f :58 Sindlinger (Horseheads)
Consi 4: Kip f 1:21 Bliss (Red Creek)
Consi Semis: Kip dec 8-4 Santiago (Cazenovia)
3rd/4th Place: Thomas (Iroquois) dec 9-2 Kip

185: Alexandra Ruiz (Fallsburg, 11th)
Rd 16: Ruiz f :55 Benson (Bay Shore)
Quarters: Pollock (Canandaigua) f :12 Ruiz
Consi 8 #2: DeVantier (Vestal) dec 6-0 Ruiz

235: Patricia Deslandes (Minisink Valley, 10th)
Rd 16: Deslandes f 3:46 Gould (Granville)
Quarters: Durdon (Windsor) dec 2-0 Deslandes
Consi 8 #2: Newton (Niskayuna) f 2:49 Delandes

Date: Friday January 27, 2023
Location: SRC Events Center, Syracuse, NY
Ticketing Information: CLICK HERE – All-Digital – No Tickets at the Gate

12:45 – Opening Ceremonies
1:00 – Round of 16
2:30 – Wrestlebacks
3:15 – Quarterfinals
4:00 – Wrestlebacks
5:15 – Semifinals and Wrestlebacks
6:00 – Consolation Semifinals
6:45 – Finals

Week 8 – Schedule & Results

Tuesday January 24, 2023

Pine Bush 38 Valley Central 36
Beacon 48 Our Lady of Lourdes 24
Beacon vs Monticello
Eldred-Sullivan West 36 Fallsburg 12
Liberty 46 Fallsburg 6
Roy C. Ketcham 54 FDR-Hyde Park 21
Washingtonville 42 Warwick 33

Wednesday January 25, 2023

Beacon @ John Jay East Fishkill

Thursday January 26, 2023

Red Hook 60 Chester 18
Cornwall 40 Saugerties 23
Monticello @ New Paltz
Wallkill @ New Paltz

Friday January 27, 2023

Ellenville @ Burke
Highland vs Onteora
Warwick @ Monroe Woodbury
Monticello @ Rondout Valley

Weekend Tournaments – Schedule and Results

Saturday January, 21

Gene Brigham Tournament champions Minisink Valley

Gene Brigham Memorial Tournament
Host Minisink Valley crowned six champions and placed fifteen wrestlers in the top 4 in winning the 2023 Gene Brigham Memorial Tournament. Winning titles for the Warriors were Luke Greiner (145), Quinten Morgan (160), Andrew Filip (172), Ethan Gallo (215), and Aiden Gove (285)…plus Jaida Macaluso won the 126-pound Girls Division bracket!. Minisink amassed 302 points followed by Bellport with 172, and Burnt Hills with 166. Shenendehowa and Unatego-Unadilla Valley tied for 4th place with 87 team points. Valley Central had two champions in EJ Vass, who won by medical forfeit at 102 over Port Jervis’s Charlie Wylie, and Luke Satriano at 110. Satriano defeated Division 2 hammer Caleb Cole by a score of 8-2 in the finals. Cole, a 4th placed finisher in the D2 state tournament last year, had only one loss on the season coming into today’s tournament and that loss was up at 118. Valley Central had a total of four top-4 place winners and took 6th in the team race. Pine Bush, who finished 7th in the team standings, had one champion in Braydon Pennell at 189. Pennell pinned his way to the title with three falls in 1:56! The Bushmen had three top-4 placers. Port Jervis finished 8th in the team race and had two top-4 finishers while Ellenville placed 9th and had one wrestler place in the top 4. Ethan Gallo was voted MOW and the Aggregate Pin Award was won by Andrew Filip who notched four pins in 6:36.

Bulldog Wrestling Tournament
Highland/Marlboro Results – Top-4 Placewinners
102: Lorenzo Caserto – 1st Place
118: Bradley Gatto – 2nd Place
118: Trevor Coates – 3rd Place
126: Michael Thomas – 3rd Place
145: Reese Greathouse – 2nd Place
152: Quinn Jones – 3rd Place
189: Danny Fratz – 2nd Place

Wallkill DualsCornwall went 5-0 to win the Wallkill Duals!!
Cornwall 42 Warwick 32
Cornwall 36 Wallkill 31
Cornwall 60 Mamaroneck 14
Cornwall 36 Middletown 32
Cornwall 53 Brewster 18
Wallkill 39 Middletown 30
Wallkill 71 Mamaroneck 3
Wallkill 42 Warwick 21
Wallkill 42 Brewster 30

King and Queen Bison Invitational
Newburgh Free Academy finished 2nd in the team race at the King and Queen Bison Invitational in Shaker. The Goldbacks had two individual champions – William Soto at 102 and Joe Ponesse at 172. Kevin Segali placed 2nd at 145, Chris Leggett took 3rd at 189, and Matthew Mercado finished 5th at 126.

Mustang Duals
Goshen went 4-1 at the Mustang Duals in Mount Markham. Jacob Perales, Jackson Brady, and Kyle Kubik all went undefeated for the day.

Goshen 46 Verona-Verona-Sherrill 27
Goshen 45 Beekmantown 26
Goshen 66 Rome Free Academy 12
Goshen 39 Mt. Markham 27
Little Falls 39 Goshen 33

Peekskill Round Robin

Dominick Cossman Duals

Section 9 Individual Rankings – Updated 1/18/23

Several shake ups and weight changes since our last rankings! I am sure that there will be more to come! Believe it or not we are less than a month away from the Section 9 Championships! Enjoy – and as always, please feel free to contact me with any comments or questions!

102 Pounds – Division 1
1. Cooper Merli (Newburgh Free Academy) – freshman
2. William Soto (Newburgh Free Academy) – 8th grade
3. EJ Vass (Valley Central) – 7th grade
4. Marco Futia (Wallkill) – freshman
5. Kelly Sullivan (Monroe Woodbury) – 7th grade

102 Pounds – Division 2
1. Charlie Wylie (Port Jervis) – freshman
2. Santiago Chrisjohn (Saugerties) – 8th grade

With his Eastern States Classic title and Champion of Champions award, NFA freshman Cooper Merli has made it very easy to rank him #1 at 102 pounds in Division 1. He is without question going to be one of the favorites to win a state title in Albany in February. Merli’s biggest competition in Section 9 could be from his teammate, William Soto, who placed 4th at the ESC. Vass and Futia stay at #3 and #4 respectively but we have a new #5 because it appears that Monroe Woodury 7th grader is wrestling more at 110 so we’ve replaced him with his teammate Kelly Sullivan who is also a 7th grader. Sullivan placed 2nd at the Kohl Tournament. Simpson from Minisink, McNally from Pine Bush, and Judd from Warwick are still names to watch here. In the small school division, we had another ESC champion as Port Jervis freshman Charlie Wyle was crowned girls champion at 100 pounds and she’s our #1 in S9 D2 at 102. Chrisjohn from Saugerties remains at #2 here but we need to keep an eye on Marlboro’s Lorenzo Caserto who just won the Highland Round Robin.

110 Pounds – Division 1
1. Luke Satriano (Valley Central) – sophomore
2. Elijiah Brown (Monroe Woodbury) – 7th grade
3. Brady Judd (Warwick) – sophomore
4. Jordan Busby (Newburgh Free Academy) – sophomore
5. Gianni Gennaro (Washingtonville) – 8th grade

110 Pounds – Division 2
1. Gavin Ingrassia (Saugerties) – senior
2. Richard O’Lena (Port Jervis) – junior

Satriano had an awesome ESC and remains top dog at 110 in Section 9 D1. The VC sophomore finished 3rd and avenged his only loss in the tournament in his 3rd/4th match. Monroe Woodbury 7th grader Elijah Brown has been wrestling exclusively at 110 so we are ranking him here for now….and with his head-to-head wins over Judd and Gennaro, he’s breaking in at #2 at 110! Brown defeated our #3 Judd 10-9 and beat #5 Gennaro 12-6. He also took first at the Kohl Tournament. Busby notched a 2-0 win over Gennaro, so he slots in at #4 here. Wallkill’s McCarthy drops to HM for now but he’s definitely in the mix here as is Stetson Terpak from Minisink, Miguel Nieves from Middletown, Keaton Venarchick from Cornwall, and Logan Logan Shultis from Kingston. Our D2 rankings at 110 remain the same however the gap has defintely closed! Our top ranked wrestler, Ingrassia from Saugerties, pinned our #2, O’Lena from Port Jervis, back on 12/19. At the Section 9 Duals on 1/10, Ingrassia defeated O’Lena by a 5-4 margin! Will we see round 3 between these two at the Section 9 D2 finals?

118 Pounds – Division 1
1. Rocco Futia (Wallkill) – senior
2. Nick Weeden (Valley Central) – senior
3. Marco Piazza (Monroe Woodbury) – senior
4. Marco Giumarra (Cornwall) – senior
5. Wyatt Boice (Minisink Valley) – 8th grade
5. Erik Martin Jr. (Middletown) – sophomore

118 Pounds – Division 2
1. Ewan Celestine (Red Hook) – sophomore
2. Bradley Gatto (Highland) – sophomore

Wallkill senior Rocco Futia is looking better and better at 118! Futia picked up some huge wins at the Eastern States and ended up finishing 5th in an extremely tough bracket! Valley Central’s Weeden drops down to 118 and he is our new #2 in D1! Piazza looks very tough and remains #3 here followed by our new #4, Marco Giumarra. The Cornwall senior gave Futia all he could handle, losing 4-2 at the Section 9 Duals and then Giumarra defeated Minisink’s Wyatt Boice the next day. Boice is now at #5 here and he has HM Erik Martin Jr. from Middletown nipping at his heels. Martin has notched a few nice wins recently, namely Perales and Busby, and has earned his way onto the board. Washingtonville’s Jacob Burgos is having a very nice year and should be watched here. Division 2 at 118 just got interesting as Gatto from Highland has dropped down and is our new #2 behind Red Hook’s Celestine who is having a very good year. Alyssa Reed from Port Jervis and Savannah Tittelback from Saugerties have traded pins against each other this year are definitely contenders here and we shouldn’t overlook Nick Laskowski from Rondout Valley because he has wins over both Tittelback and Reed!

126 Pounds – Division 1
1. Griffin Petzold (Warwick) – sophomore
2. Maxim Javorsky (Monroe Woodbury) – senior
3. JoJo Uhrig (Minisink Valley) – 8th grade
4. Matt Mercado (Newburgh Free Academy) – sophomore
5. Richie Degon (Valley Central) – junior

126 Pounds – Division 2
1. Rian Kirker (Red Hook) – senior
2. Justin Harrison (Port Jervis) – sophomore

126 is going to be an awesome weight class to follow at the Section 9 tournament…it’s also the most difficult to rank at this point of the season. Warwick’s Petzold has dropped down to 126 is our new #1 here. Petzold has wins over HM Racz and our new #2, Maxim Javorsky from Monroe Woodbury. Javorsky has been on fire and has posted wins over our #3, JoJo Uhrig from Minisink Valley and our #4 Matt Mercado from NFA. Uhrig had a razor close 1-0 win over Mercado at the S9 Duals. VC’s Richie Degon was the toughest wrestler to rank. He has a win over Petzold a few weeks ago but has a recent loss to Mercado. We have him at $5 but he could very well be the top kid here! Plenty of solid HW wrestlers at 126 including Viktor Banda from Wallkill, Anthony Valicenti from Cornwall, Richard Urena from Pine Bush, and Jacob Perales from Goshen! On the Division 2 side Red Hook senior is our top dog and he is having a great year. Gatto from Highland has dropped to 118, so our new #2 at 126 is Port Jervis sophomore Justin Harrison.

132 Pounds – Division 1
1. Anthony Tresch (Minisink Valley) – sophomore
2. Liam Hayes (Monroe Woodbury) – freshman
3. Logan Pennell (Pine Bush) – sophomore
4. Jacob Roger (Middletown) – junior
5. DJ Aviles (Middletown) – freshman

132 Pound – Division 2
1. Anthony Denier (Saugerties) – senior
2. Shane Cranna (Red Hook) – junior

Tresch from Minisink Valley is having a great season and is our #1 wrestler at 132 in Division 1. Our new #2 is Monroe Woodbury freshman Liam Hayes who had been wrestling at 126 but has been up at 132 since January 4th. Logan Pennell from Pine Bush is very solid at #3 and he is followed by two Middletown wrestlers – Jacob Roger is our #4 and DJ Aviles is our #5. Michael Lombardi from Goshen is having a solid year and is an HM here at 132. Saugerties senior Anthony Denier is continuing to have a great season and is our top wrestler at 132 in Division 2. We have a new #2 here as Red Hook’s Shane Cranna notched a head-to-head over previous #2 Shields, so Cranna is now #2 and Shields is our HM.

138 Pounds – Division 1
1. Jordan Brown (Monroe Woodbury) – senior
2. Alex Greco (Warwick) – senior
3. Zak McKernan (Minisink Valley) – senior
4. Jayden Norris (Middletown) – senior
5. Jude Betancourt (Beacon) – sophomore

138 Pounds – Division 2
1. Demetrius Massey (Red Hook) – senior
2. Vance Dyke (Saugerties) – senior

No changes in either division at 138 but some interesting results. At the ESC, Monroe Woodbury’s Jordan Brown teched Warwick’s Alex Greco in the quarterfinals in a battle of former state place winners. Brown went on to place 3rd at the Classic while Greco went 2-2 and did not place. McKernan from Minisink went 1-2 at ESC and could potentially lock horns with Greco on Friday at the Minisink versus Warwick dual in Slate Hill. Norris stays at #4 while Betancourt stays at #5 but HM Caoili from Cornwall is right in the mix. On the D2 side, Massey from Red Hook and Dyke from Saugerties wrestled in the finals of the Section 9 Duals and it was Massey coming out on top with a 7-5 decision.

145 Pounds – Division 1
1. Luke Greiner (Minisink Valley) – junior
2. Jackson Brady (Goshen) – senior
3. Kevin Segali (Newburgh Free Academy) – senior
4. Michael Rosenblum (Monroe Woodbury) – senior
5. Michael Accardo (Warwick) – junior

145 Pounds – Division 2
1. Michael Franco (Chester) – junior
2. Justin Coiteux (New Paltz) – junior

I have a feeling that 145 and 152 are going to bleed into each other at the D1 S9 tournament in a few weeks! At 145 Luke Greiner from Minisink Valley is the clear favorite and he’s having a great year. Goshen’s Jackson Brady is our #2 here and he had a solid ESC going 2-2 with both losses coming to tournament place winners. Kevin Segali is very solid at #3 followed by our new #4, Michael Rosenblum from MW, and our new #5 Michael Accardo from Warwick. Minisink freshman Zack Filip was ranked here but seems to be wrestling mare at 152 so we moved him up for now. Charlot from MW and Rizzo from Wallkill could also contend here and with his 4-2 loss to Jackson Brady, Middletown’s Zion Joseph has announced himself as a wrestler to watch here! In Division 2 we have a new #1 as Chester’s Michael Franco has dropped down from 152 and notched a 5-2 decision over previous top dog Coiteux from New Paltz. Franco also majored Massey from Red Hook, who bumped up from 138, at the S9 Duals. Greathouse from Marlboro and Isaiah Hockx from Saugerties will make this a very tough weight at the D2 tournament if all four wrestlers stay at this weight!

152 Pounds – Division 1
1. Ibrahim Aljamal (Washingtonville) – senior
2. Zack Filip (Minisink Valley) – freshman
3. Mateo Morell (NFA) – freshman
4. Brandon Carcaterra (Monroe Woodbury) – junior
5. Patrick Cosgrove (Cornwall) – junior

152 Pounds – Division 2
1. Cole Cuppett (New Paltz) – senior
2. Jackson Bucci (Saugerties) – junior

As I mentioned earlier, D1 145 and D1 152 could see some movement between the two weight classes at the Section 9 tournament. With Duke out for the season, this class is wide open! Our previous #1 was Brandon Carcaterra from Monroe Woodbury however, he’s lost two matches since our last ranking and he drops all the way to #4. Ibrahim Aljamal from Washingtonville is having a very good year and he takes over the top spot followed by Minisink freshman Zack Filip who was one of the wrestlers who has recently defeated Carcaterra. Mateo Morell from NFA, also a freshman, notched a nice win over Carcaterra so he’s our new #3. Carcaterra is at #4 and he’s followed by Cornwall junior Cosgrove. Filip also has a win by fall over Cosgrove. In Division 2 we have a clear #1 in Cole Cuppett from New Paltz. Cuppett went 1-2 at the ESC and he has a win by fall over our new #2, Jackson Bucci from Saugerties. Bucci is having a great year and he’s dangerous! Throw Chester’s Tyler Santangelo into the mix and S9 D2 152 will be great to watch in February!

160 Pounds – Division 1
1. Tyler Reed (Cornwall) – senior
2. Quinten Morgan (Minisink Valley) – junior
3. Marco Martini (Wallkill) – senior
4. Isaiah Grant (Monroe Woodbury) – junior
5. Dan Weeden (Goshen) – junior

160 Pounds – Division 2
1. Christian Hockx (Saugerties) – senior
2. Frankie Shaw (Burke) – junior

Cornwall senior Tyler Reed had a very good showing and placed 7th at the Eastern States Classic. Reed’s only two losses at SUNY Sullivan were 5-4 utb to the 3rd place finisher and 10-8 sv to the 4th place finisher. He’s as good as any 160-pound wrestler in NYS. Morgan from Minisink continues to look great and is very solid at #2 followed by Martini from Wallkill who went 1-2 at the ESC. Grant from Monroe gave Morgan all he could handle at the S9 Duals and is at #4 and we have a new #5 in Dan Weeden from Goshen. Weeden has a couple very solid wins this year namely over Yahir Hernandez from Middletown and Musa Algama from Washingtonville who should both be on our radar here. Plus, we cannot overlook Hunter Hecht from NFA who has been ranked previously. No changes in Division 2 at 160. Christian Hockx stays in the top spot followed by Burke junior Frankie Shaw.

172 Pounds – Division 1
1. Andrew Filip (Minisink Valley) – senior
2. Nick Cavallo (Cornwall) – senior
3. Joe Ponesse (Newburgh Free Academy) – senior
4. Logan Serafin (Washingtonville) – senior
5. Michael Loundsbury (Minisink Valley) – senior

172 Pounds – Division 2
1. Marcus Colon (Chester) – senior
2. Nathan Towne (Ellenville) – senior

Having pinned our #2 and #3 ranked wrestlers at 172 withing the past 10 days, Andrew Filip is our clear #1 here. The Minisink Valley senior finished 4th in NYS last year and has his sights set on the top step of the podium this year. Filip placed 2nd at the ESC with his loss coming to Braidon Woodward who is a D2 wrestler. Cavallo from Cornwall is our #2 here. He went 2-2 at the Eastern States and he has two wins this season over our #3 at this weight, Joe Ponesse from NFA. Ponesse won the Kohl Tournament and his only loss in 2023 has been to Filip. Serafin from Washingtonville stays at #4. His only wrestled loss this year has been to Ponesse. Our new #5 this week is Anthony Annacone from Wallkill who is having a great year however we cannot overlook Michael Loundsbury from Minisink Valley, Paul Lamparillo from Goshen, and Nicholas Hansen from Monroe Woodbury. In Division 2 Chester’s Marcus Colon is having a great year and is our #1 at 172. Colon has not lost to a local wrestler, and he just finished 2nd at the Henrick Hudson Tournament. Ellenville’s Nathan Towne has seen limited action this year, but his only loss has been to ranked D1 wrestlers Serafin so we will keep him as our #2 here at 172 D2.

189 Pounds – Division 1
1. Braydon Pennell (Pine Bush) – senior
2. Bryson Tibbs (Middletown) – junior
3. Nick York (Kingston) – senior
4. Chris Leggett (Newburgh Free Academy) – sophomore
5. Liam Scott (Cornwall) – senior

189 Pounds – Division 2
1. Matthew Krauza (Our Lady of Lourdes) – senior
2. Maddox McCormick (Port Jervis) – sophomore

No changes at 189 in either division. Braydon Pennell from Pine Bush is having an awesome season! He pinned his way through the Stan Elinsky Tournament placed 4th at the Eastern States Classic. Pennell also notched a win by pin over our #2 ranked wrestler at 189, Bryson Tibbs from Middletown. Tibbs is having a great season and has some very good wins including pins over Liam Scott from Cornwall and NFA’s Chris Leggett who sits at #4 right behind Nick York from Kingston who’s our #3. York missed most of the season but is wrestling regularly now and has wins over Leggett and Shammgod from MW who is a wrestler to watch here. Our #5 at 189 D1 is the aforementioned Cornwall senior Liam Scott who went 1-2 at the ESC. Our Lady of Lourdes senior Matt Krauza is our top ranked wrestler at 189 D2. Krauza took home the title at the Henrick Hudson Tournament and still has only one loss on the year – the finals of the Mid-Hudson. Krauza’s closest win this year was a 5-4 decision over Port Jervis sophomore Maddox McCormick who is our #2 here. This has the potential to be a great final at the S9 D2 tournament! Akil Williams from Chester cannot be overlooked at this weight!

215 Pounds – Division 1
1. Ethan Gallo (Minisink Valley) – senior
2. Gavin Furst (Cornwall) – senior
3. Fernand Vera (Middletown) – senior
4. Jayden Calloway (Beacon) – junior
5. Dante Joseph (Goshen) – senior

215 Pounds – Division 2
1. Matthew Oosterom (Port Jervis) – junior
2. Charles Batista (Our Lady of Lourdes) – senior

Ethan Gallo has left no doubt over who is the best 215-pound wrestler in Section 9 D1. The Minisink Valley senior just placed 2nd in perhaps the toughest bracket at the Eastern States Classic and has laser focus on garnering his second state title in Albany in February. Gallo’s only loss at ESC was to a nationally ranked D2 wrestler – Gallo himself is ranked 14th in the nation by MatScouts and 12th by FloWrestling. Gavin Furst from Cornwall is our #2 here and he went 2-2 at ESC. Our new #3 at 215 D1 is Fernand Vera from Middletown. Vera has notch recent wins over Jayden Calloway from Beacon and Dante Joseph from Goshen who were previously #3 and #4 but have now dropped to #4 and #5. Equally as dominant on the Division 2 side at 215 is Matt Oosterom. The Port Jervis junior, who placed 5th in NYS last season, went 2-2 at the ESC and had a win by pinfall over Furst from Cornwall. Batista from Our Lady of Lourdes has seen limited action thus far this year but has some solid wins and he was a state qualifier last year so we will keep him at #2 at 215 D2.

285 Pounds – Division 1
1. Stephan Monchery (Middletown) – junior
2. Aiden DeEntremont (Goshen) – senior
3. Rahmiere Bradley (Middletown) – junior
4. Aiden Gove (Minisink Valley) – senior
5. Jesse Corces (Monticello) – senior

285 Pounds – Division 2
1. Logan Ormond (New Paltz) – senior
2. Luke Daniels (Red Hook) – senior

Middletown junior Stephan Monchery just keeps getting better and better! We can add “2023 Eastern States Classic – Champion” to his list of accolades! Monchery not only won the tournament, but he did so in convincing fashion by pinning returning state finalist Sebastian Regis from East Islip in the finals! We have a new #2 at 285 D1 in Aiden DeEntremont. The Goshen senior placed 8th at the ESC and he also notched a win by fall at the Section 9 Duals over previous #2, Rahmiere Bradley from Middletown. Bradley, a 2022 state qualifier, is still having a great season and is now #3 here. Minisink senior Aiden Gove went 2-2 at ESC and cannot be overlooked. He sits at #4 at 285 D1 and Monticello’s Jesse Corces has been extremely impressive but in limited action this year. Corces’s only loss this year has been to Oosterom from Port Jervis. The 285-weight class in S9 D2 could be great to watch in February! Our #1 here is New Paltz senior Logan Ormond who looked great at ESC. Ormond made it all the way to the semis and placed 5th in a very tough bracket. Our 2nd ranked wrestler here is Luke Daniels from Red Hook who recently took 3rd at the Mormile Tournament and then pinned his way through the Scarsdale Tournament.

Week 7 Schedule and Results

Tuesday January 17, 2023

Goshen 64 Our Lady of Lourdes 12
Monroe Woodbury 44 Newburgh Free Academy 26

Wednesday January 18, 2023

Port Jervis 39 New Paltz 34
Goshen 43 Beacon 27
Chester 39 Onteora 30
Wallkill 45 Cornwall 20
Monticello 36 Ellenville 21
Highland 48 Fallsburg 12
Valley Central 42 Washingtonville 36
Red Hook 42 FDR-Hyde Park 30
Minisink Valley 71 Kingston 3
Middletown 49 Pine Bush 18
Saugerties 43 Rondout Valley 16
Burke 36 Eldred-Sullivan West 18
Liberty 39 Burke 30

Thursday January 19, 2023

Washingtonville 55 FDR-Hyde Park 12
Middletown 59 Kingston 18

Friday January 20, 2023

Monroe Woodbury 51 Pine Bush 14 – Braydon Pennell earns career win #100!
Minisink Valley 60 Warwick 7
Newburgh Free Academy 47 Valley Central 24
Chester 72 Burke 6
Eldred-Sullivan West @ Cornwall
Ellenville @ Highland
Fallsburg @ Onteora
Tri-Valley @ Onteora
Port Jervis 54 Rondout 15
Saugerties 42 Red Hook 25 – Rian Kirker earns career win #100!

Week 7 Tournament Results Including Eastern States Classic Recap

Merli, Monchery Shine at Eastern States Classic

2023 ESC Champion Cooper Merli from Newburgh Free Academy

Our Two Champions!
Congratulations to NFA freshman Cooper Merli and Middletown junior Stephan Monchery who both won titles at this weekend’s Eastern States Classic. Merli won the title at 102 pounds and was awarded the Champion of Champions trophy as voted on by the other champions! Monchery capped of the finals by pinning his opponent, a 2022 state finalist, in the first period! Merli, who was the #2 at his weight, recorded a fall and a tech fall on Day 1 before returning Saturday morning and notching a 3-0 win in the quarters and a 9-3 win over 2022 state qualifier Cullen Edwards from Frontier in the semis. Merli then capped off his COC performance with a 5-1 decision over another returning state qualifier, Connor Sheridan from Hauppauge. Monchery’s path to the title at 285 was absolutely dominating! Also a #2 seed at his weight, Monchery received a first round bye then recorded a :41 pin in the R16 to advance to Saturday! In the quarters Monchery pinned Mohonasen’s Cameron Groncki in 3:57 and then notched a semifinal 5-0 win over Connecticut state placer Nuh Adjindoski from Danbury. This set up a much-anticipated finals match-up with returning state finalist Sebastian Regis from East Islip. After feeling each other out for the first :45 seconds, both Monchery and Regis decided to engage one another in upper body and it was Monchery who converted the throw and the pin at the 1:08 mark! Great job and congratulations to Cooper and Stephan!!!

2022 NYS Champ Ethan Gallo

Our Other Finalist from Section 9
Nationally ranked Minisink Valley had two finalists at this year’s Eastern States Classic – Andrew Filip and Ethan Gallo. Filip who placed 4th in NYS last year at 189, has dropped down to 172 this season and made it all the way to the ESC finals. He started the tournament of Friday with two pins, the second one coming over Cornwall’s Nick Cavallo in what could the Section 9 final at 172 next month. In the quarters Filip pinned Mid-Hudson champ Robby Cunningham from Miller Place in 4:58 before notching a 17-8 major decision over Nyack’s Sam Szerlip in the semis. In the finals, Filip locked horns with 2022 NYSPHSAA Division 2 third place finisher Braidon Woodward from Canisteo Greenwood. Filip gave it his all but it was Woodward who took the crown with a 9-1 major decision. At 215, Minisink Valley senior Ethan Gallo absolutely mowed down the competition on his way to the finals. He notched a :10 pin in the Rd 32 and a pin at 1:31 in the R16. In the quarters Gallo pinned NYS D1 state placer Darien Insogna from Ballston Spa and then stuck D2 state finalist Trent Sibble from Bolivar-Richburg in the semis! This set up a final’s showdown between the 2022 state champions from Division 1 and Division 2 – Ethan Gallo from Minisink Valley versus Sam Sorenson from Homer! After a scoreless opening period, Gallo scored a reversal in the second and after a Sorenson escape, it was a 2-1 lead for Sorenson to start the 3rd. A Sorenson escape tied the match, and his takedown and ride out with :45 seconds remaining proved to be the difference. Great match by both wrestlers and a great performance by Filip and Gallo! Minisink, without the services of state champions PJ Duke and Zack Ryder, finished 4th in the team race at this year’s ESC.

Alex Greco and Jordan Brown Square Off!

Our Other Section 9 Placewinners!
Section 9 had several other outstanding performances which led to a total of 11 place winners at this year’s ESC! At 102, Merli’s NFA teammate William Soto placed 4th and had some great wins including a 19-12 win over 2022 NY state tournament qualifier Vincent Graulau and a 7-0 win over Cullen Edwards from Frontier who was also a state qualifier. At 110, Valley Central sophomore Luke Satriano took home the bronze! Satriano lost in the quarters to VA state placer Evan Sanati from Brentsville but then marched back through the consies with wins over D1 NY state 5th Ralph Keeney from Ballston Spa and D2 NY state 3rd Chris Noto from Honeoye Falls-Lima. Satriano then exacted revenge over Sanati in the 3rd place match in a bout where Luke scored 5 points in the final 13 seconds of the 2nd overtime period to turn a 4-2 deficit into a 7-4 victory! At 118 pounds, Wallkill senior Rocco Futia has opened some eyes on the state level with his 5th place performance at this year’s ESC! Futia, a 2022 state qualifier, notched wins at this year’s Eastern States Classic over state qualifier Tomah Gummow from Indian River, state placer Liam English from Cobleskill, and state placer Tyler Whiteley from Burnt Hills! At 138, Monroe Woodbury senior Jordan Brown took home 3rd place honors! Brown, a 2X NYS place winner, had only one loss this weekend and it was a 3-0 loss in the semis to the eventual champion, Nick Lamorte from Rocky Point who placed 4th in NYS last year. Brown had a great tournament and notched wins over former NYS place winner and fellow S9 stud Alex Greco from Warwick as well as Renzo Montalvo from Amsterdam. At 160, Cornwall’s Tyler Reed put the rest of the state on notice with his 7th place showing. Reed lost a heart-breaking sudden victory match to the top seed Jack Forte in the quarters before wrestling back to 7th with a win over Rhode Island state placer Nick Baccala. At 189, Pine Bush senior Braydon Pennell had a great ESC and took home 4th place honors! Pennell’s only losses were to the eventual champion Elijah Diakomihalis from Hilton and eventual 3rd place finisher Kwasi Bonsu from Baldwin. In the consi semis, Pennell notched an impressive pin over 2022 D2 state finalist Ethan Randall from Central Valley Academy! At 285, Section 9 had a total of three place winners – the aforementioned champion Monchery from Middletown as well as Logan Ormond from New Paltz and Aiden DeEntremont from Goshen! Ormond placed 5th at this year’s ESC and notched a few nice victories along the way notably a 5-3 decision over Eagle Academy’s Christian Solano who was a D2 state place winner at last year’s NYSPHSAA tournament! DeEntremont lost in the Round of 16 on Friday but showed a lot of heart and marched all the way back to the medal stand and took 8th place! Congratulations to all of our 2023 Eastern States Classic place winners!

Charlie Wylie getting ready to lock up a cradle!

Section 9 Recap of a Very Exciting Girls Tournament!
In its 2nd year, the Girls Division of the Eastern States Classic did not disappoint! The tournament was very exciting and when all was said and done, 2 Section 9 girls were crowned Eastern States Classic champions! To nobody’s surprise, Port Jervis freshman Charlie Wylie was the champion at 100 pounds! Wylie was the S9 champ last year in the boys division and she dominated the competition on Saturday notching a :33 pin in the semis and a 1:29 pin over Aislin Kellner of Arlington in the finals! Our other local champion was Brooke Tarshis from Pine Bush! Tarshis recorded a 1:12 pin in the semis before notching a :58 win by fall over another Section 9 hammer, Alyssa Reed from Port Jervis! Great job Charlie and Alyssa! At 107, Section 9 had another finalist in Sara Pauls from Minisink Valley! Pauls was leading 6-4 in her finals match before losing by fall in the final second of the 2nd period. At 114, Section 9 had two wrestlers place in the top 4 in Savannah Tittelback from Saugerties and Kiera Filip from Minisink Valley! The 165 pound weight class also had 3 Section 9 girls make the podium! Monica Allen from Middletown made it all the way to the finals before losing to her opponent from Bronx High School of Science while Zoe Kip from Liberty placed 3rd and Stella Torres from Pine Bush placed 4th! Great job to all of the ladies who competed in this year’s Eastern States Classic! You are growing the sport of girls wrestling!!!

Kohl Tournament

Monroe Woodbury’s Elijiah Brown and NFA’s Joe Ponesse Win Titles at Kohl
Congratulations to Monroe Woodbury’s Elijiah Brown and NFA’s Joe Ponesse for winning titles at the Kohl Tournament on Saturday! Brown, only a 7th grader, took home the crown at 110 with via a 9-1 major decision in the finals over Robert Walker of Sayville. Ponesse, an NFA senior, earned his 172-pound title with a 6-5 decision in the finals over Zach Zboray from Huntington. Let’s take a look at all of the other place winners from Section 9.
102: Kelly Sullivan (MW) 2nd place
110: Jordan Busby (NFA) 6th place
132: Liam Hayes (MW) 2nd place
132: Noah Marte (MW) 6th place
138: Anastasios Tzezailidis (Warwick) 4th place
145: Mike Rosenblum (MW) 2nd place
145: Mike Accardo (Warwick) 3rd place
145: Marcus Charlot (MW) 5th place
152: Brandon Carcaterra (MW) 4th place
160: Aaron Bernard (MW) 2nd place
160: Ricky Guzman (Warwick) 3rd place
160: Jackson Frommeyer (Warwick) 6th place
172: Nick Hansen (MW) 6th place
189: Chris Leggett (NFA) 3rd place
189: Eryk Shammgod (MW) 4th place
215: Jake Rooney (Warwick) 6th place
285: Cam Dalton (MW) 4th place
285: Jose Hernandez Rosa (MW) 6th place

Scarsdale Tournament

Timm, Calloway, & Daniels Win Titles at Scarsdale Tournament
Congratulations to Beacon’s Brody Timm and Jayden Calloway, and to Red Hook’s Luke Daniels for taking home gold at the Scarsdale Tournament on Saturday! Timm pinned his way through the 160-pound bracket to win his title while teammate Calloway notched two pins and two decisions to take home top honors at 215. Top seeded Daniels won the crown at 285 with four wins via pinfall! Congratulations to Red Hook for taking 2nd place in the team race! Other Section 9 placer at the Scarsdale Tournament were:
118: Ewen Celestine (RH) 2nd place
126: Rian Kirker (RH) 2nd place
132: Shane Cranna (RH) 5th place
138: Demetrius Massey (RH) 2nd place
138: Jude Betancourt (Beacon) 4th place
145: Jonathan Melitski (RH) 4th place
152: Christian Totman (RH) 4th place
160: Frankie Shaw (Burke) 4th place
189: Alex Khahil (Beacon) 2nd place
189: Cole Nelson (RH) 3rd place
285: Mark Paschal (RH) 3rd place

Highland Round Robin

Congratulations to Washingtonville for taking 1st place at the Highland Round Robin! Arlington took 2nd place, Bethlehem finished 3rd, and Highland finished 4th in the team race!

Highland Top-4 Placewinners:
102: Lorenzo Caserto – 1st place
118: Bradley Gatto – 2nd place
118: Trevor Coates – 4th place
145: Quinn Jones – 2nd place
152: Daniel Holifield – 4th place
189: Logan Allsion – 4th place

2023 Eastern States Classic – Day 2 Matchups and Results

Section 9 advances 13 wrestlers into the quarters and 8 others are still alive in wrestlebacks! All quarterfinal, semifinal, and medal match results will be posted below as well as the consi matches for our local kids!

Medal Matches
Finals 102: Merli (NFA) dec 5-1 Sheridan (Hauppauge)
3rd 102: Barrientos (Starpoint) dec 7-3 Soto (NFA)
5th 102: Edwards (Frontier) fft over Kellison (Newfane)
7th 102: Pote (Danbury) dec 2-0 Silfies (Sem)

Finals 110: Mangano (SWR) dec 4-2 Gursoy (Midwood)
3rd 110: Satriano (VC) dec 7-4 Sanati (Brentsville)
5th: 110: Noto (Honeoye Falls) dec 5-4 O’Brien (Locust Valley)
7th 110: Keeney (Ballston Spa) dec 6-2 Zimmerman (St Joes)

Finals 118: Marlow (Northport) wbf 3:14 Devins (Saranac)
3rd 118: A Clem (Wantagh) dec 10-4 Perez (Ponaganset)
5th 118: Futia (Wallkill) dec 11-10 Gummow (Indian River)
7th 118: English (Colbeskill) dec 6-1 Mcvige (Honeoye Falls)

Finals 126: Joyce (Ponaganset) dec 7-1 Manfredi (Herricks)
3rd 126: Crumpler (Niagara Falls) dec 3-2 Adams (Calhoun)
5th 126: McKissick-Staley (Pittsford) fft Reynolds (Niagara Falls)
7th 126: Sherman (Fairfield) dec 5-2 Winesman (Honeoye Falls)

Finals 132: Fahrbach (Mt. Sinai) dec 3-2 Kwaak (Brentwood)
3rd 132: Gillings (Newfane) dec 11-7 Giuliano (Miller Place)
5th 132: Carlin (Burnt Hills) dec 5-3 Spaulding (Honeoye Falls)
7th 132: Grimsey (Lowville) dec 4-3 Reed (Central Valley)

Finals 138: LaMorte (Rocky Point) dec 5-1 Noto (Honeoye Falls)
3rd 138: Brown (MW) dec 8-2 Bonasera (Wantagh)
5th 138: LaPlante (Starpoint) dec 5-1 Montalvo (Amsterdam)
7th 138: Dimen (Sem) dec 6-3 Stroud (Brentsville)

Finals 145: Catrabone (Williamsville NW) dec 5-0 Hood (Ponaganset)
3rd 145: Van Orden (Wantagh) f 2:38 Havens (Canisteo)
5th 145: Hasch (RCK) dec 8-7 Hicks (Fonda)
7th 145: Avazov (James Madison) dec 10-4 Tyler (Brentsville)

Finals 152: Stewart (Attica-Batavia) dec 8-3 sv Volpe (Hauppauge)
3rd 152: Liess (Sem) f 2:15 Tansey (Colligiate)
5th 152: Way (Gouverneur) dec 3-1 Bogie (Eagle Academy)
7th 152: Foster (Verona) dec 6-4 Caldwell (Starpoint)

Finals 160: LaPlante (Starpoint) dec 4-3 Reall (Ponaganset)
3rd 160: Gregory (Ballson Spa) f :39 Forte (Clarke)
5th 160: Mattei (Herricks) fft Degl (Iona Prep)
7th 160: Reed (Cornwall) dec 3-2 Baccala (Ponaganset)

Finals 172: Woodward (Canisteo) maj 9-1 Filip (Minisink)
3rd 172: Knapp (Algonquin) dec 5-2 Marchesseault (Ponaganset)
5th 172: Meak (Cold Spring) fft over Szerlip (Nyack)
7th 172: Iaquinto (Danbury) dec 5-0 Smith (Saranac)

Finals 189: Diakomihalis (Hilton) f 2:46 Austin (Whitehall)
3rd 189: Bonsu (Baldwin) dec 7-5 Pennell (Pine Bush)
5th 189: Randall (Central Valley) dec 8-6 McDonald (Orchard Park)
7th 189: Berisha (Fox Lane) maj 9-1 Rettig (Ward Melville)

Finals 215: Sorenson Homer) dec 4-2 Gallo (Minisink)
3rd 215: Sibble (Bolivar) dec 5-3 Insogna (Ballston Spa)
5th 215: Duhancik (Stratford) dec 3-2 Velasquez (MacArthur)
7th 215: Diorio (Ponaganset) fft over Day (Salem)

Finals 285: Monchery (Middletown) f 1:08 Regis (East Islip)
3rd 285: Groncki (Mohonason) f 1:30 Adjindoski (Danbury)
5th 285: Ormond (New Paltz) fft over Nixon (Pittsford)
7th 285: Carlsen (Lancaster) f 2:26 DeEntremont (Goshen)

Girls Finals 100: Wylie (Port Jervis) f 1:29 Kelner (Arlington)
Girls 3rd 100: Perro (Noble) f 3:41 Severen (Bethpage)

Girls Finals 107: Peterson (Islip) f 4:49 Pauls (Minisink)
Girls 3rd 107: Elson (Riverdale) 2:51 Gonzales (Fallsburg)

Girls Finals 114: Foufas (Mepham) dec 3-2 Sibble (Bolivar)
Girls 3rd 114: Tittlebach (Saugerties) f 2:52 Filip (MV)

Girls Finals 120: Brooke Tarshis (Pine Bush) f :58 Alyss Reed (Port Jervis)
Girls 3rd 120: Diaz (Seaford) dec 7-0 Robinson (Martin Luther)

Girls Finals 126: Frost (Tamarac) f 3:26 Viera (Rocky Point)
Girls 3rd 126: Rywolt (Stratford) dec 5-2 Bonilla (Great Neck)

Girls Finals 132: Griffith (Gouverneur) f :54 Retell (Tamarac)
Girls 3rd 132: Demetroulas (Putnam Valley) dec 6-0 Robles (Mepham)

Girls Finals 138: Westerberg (Waterloo) dec 7-2 Lints (Duanesburg)
Girls 3rd 138: Evans (West Senaca) f 3:00 DeGroff (Warsaw)

Girls Finals 145: Cuyler (Brentsville) dec 8-6 DeLong (Fair Haven)
Girls 3rd 145: Shepardson (Little Falls) f 4:14 Garcia (White Plains)

Girls Finals 165: Ofri Axman (Bronx) dq over Allen (Middletown)
Girls 3rd 165: Kip (Liberty) dec 7-5 Torres (Pine Bush)

102: Sheridan (Hauppauge) vs Kellison-Neglia (Newfane)
102: Merli (NFA) dec 9-3 Edwards (Frontier)

110: Magnano (SWR) dec 6-2 Noto (Honeoye Falls)
110: Gursoy (Midwood) vs Sanati (Brentsville)

118: Marlow (Northport) maj 11-1 Perez (Ponaganset)
118: Devins (Saranac) dec 6-4 Gummow (Indian River)

126: Joyce (Ponaganset) maj 11-2 Reynolds (Niagara Falls)
126: Manfredi (Herricks) dec 4-3 Crumpler (Niagara Falls)

132: Fahrbach (Mt. Sinai) dec 4-3 Carlin (Burnt Hills)
132: Kwaak (Brentwood) dec 6-5 Spaulding (Honeoye Falls)

138: Noto (Honeoye Falls) dec 3-1 LaPlante (Starpoint)
138: LaMorte (Rocky Point) dec 3-0 Brown (Monroe Woodbury)

145: Catrabone (Williamsville NE) dec 7-5 Hicks (Fonda)
145: Hood (Ponaganset) f 3:51 Masch (RCK)

152: Volpe (Hauppauge) dec 3-2 Liess (Sem)
152: Stewart (Attica) dec 5-1 Way (Gouverneur)

160: LaPlante (Starpoint) tf 16-1 Forte (Clarke)
160: Reall (Ponaganset) fft Mattei (Herricks)

172: Woodward (Canisteo) dec 10-8 Knapp (Algonquin)
172: Filip (Minisink) maj 17-8 Szerlip (Nyack)

189: Diakomihalis (Hilton) dec 9-3 Pennell (Pine Bush)
189: Austin (Whitehall) f 2:57 McDonald (Orchard Park)

215: Sorenson (Homer) maj 9-0 Duhancik (Strafford)
215: Gallo (Minisink) f 5:13 Sibble (Bolivar)

285: Regis (East Islip) f :29 Ormond (New Paltz)
285: Monchery (Middletown) dec 5-0 Adjindowski (Danbury)

Consi of 4 – Section 9 Wrestlers:
102: Soto (NFA) dec 4-0 Pote (Danbury)
110: Satriano (Valley Central) dec 5-3 Keeney (Ballston Spa)
118: Futia (Wallkill) dec 4-1 Liam English (Colbeskill)
160: Gregory (Ballston Spa) dec 5-4 Reed (Cornwall)
285: Nixon (Pittsford) f 3:55 DeEntremont (Goshen)

Consi Semis – Section 9 Wrestlers:
102: Soto (NFA) vs Edwards (Frontier)
110: Satriano (VC) vs Noto (Honeyoe Falls)
118: Futia (Wallkill) vs Perez (Ponaganset)
138: Brown (MW) vs Montalvo (Amsterdam)

102: Sheridan (Hauppauge) dec 5-3 Pote (Danbury)
102: Kellison-Neglia (Newfane) maj 12-4 Soto (NFA)
102: Edwards (Frontier) f 3:14 Barrientos (Starpoint)
102: Merli (NFA) dec 3-0 Andreula (Long Beach)

110: Noto (Honeoye Falls) dec 3-2 Soto (Danbury)
110: Mangano (SWR) dec 5-3 O’Brien (Locust Valley)
110: Sanati (Brentsville) dec 4-2 Satriano (Valley Central)
110: Gursoy (Midwood) dec 6-2 Keeney (Ballston Spa)

118: Marlow (Northport) dec 6-1 Tornambe (Yorktown)
118: Perez (Ponaganset) inj def Campbell (Copiague)
118: Gummow (Indian River) dec 1-0 Mahoney (New Fairfield)
118: Devins (Saranac) dec 5-1 Ramirez (Mahopac)

126: Joyce (Ponaganset) f 1:07 Tripaldi (New Fairfield)
126: Reynolds (Niagara Falls) dec 3-0 McKissik-Staley (Pittsford)
126: Crumpler (Niagara Falls) dec 2-0 J. Clem (Wantagh)
126: Manfredi (Herricks) maj 14-2 Winseman (Honeoye Falls)

132: Fahrbach (Mt. Sinai) dec 7-2 Reed (Central Valley)
132: Carlin (Burnt Hills) dec 6-2 Buttery (Newfane)
132: Kwaak (Brentwood) maj 9-0 Giugliano (Miller Place)
132: Spaulding (Honeoye Falls) dec 11-7 Grimsley (Lowville)

138: Nick Noto (Honeoye Falls) 14-3 Stroud (Brentsville)
138: LaPlante (Starpoint) dec 5-4 Montalvo (Amsterdam)
138: Nick LaMorte (Rocky Point) dec 8-4 Bonasera (Wantagh)
138: Brown (Monroe Woodbury) tf 18-3 Greco (Warwick)

145: Catrabone (Williamsville NE) f 1:09 Carlin (Burnt Hills)
145: Hicks (Fonda) f 2:51 Tyler (Brentsville)
145: Masch (RCK) dec 8-6 McMullen (Bethpage)
145: Hood (Ponaganset) dec 4-3 Leverich (Smithtown)

152: Steward (Attica) tf 17-1 Wheet (Central Valley)
152: Way (Gouverneur) dec 2-1 Bogie (Eagle Academy)
152: Volpe (Hauppauge) dec 7-1 Tansay (Collegiate Academy)
152: Liess (Wyoming Seminary) dec 5-1 Foster (Verona)

160: Forte (Clarke) dec 10-8 sv Reed (Cornwall)
160: Laplante (Starpoint) dec 5-1 Gregory (Ballston Spa)
160: Mattei (Herricks) dec 8-6 Baccala (Ponaganset)
160: Reall (Ponaganset) dec 7-1 Degl (Iona Prep)

172: Woodward (Canisteo Greenwood) f 1:19 Iaquinto (Danbury)
172: Knapp (Algonquin) dec 8-4 Marchesseault (Ponaganset)
172: Filip (Minisink) f 4:58 Cunningham (Miller Place)
172: Szerlip (Nyack) f 1:59 Corwin (Wantagh)

189: Diakomihalis (Hilton) f 1:03 Tibbs (Middletown)
189: Pennell (Pine Bush) f 4:54 Berisha (Fox Lane)
189: McDonald (Orchard Park) dec 4-0 Pinto (Chaminade)
189: Austin (Whitehall) dec 4-3 Randall (Central Valley)

215: Sorenson (Homer) f 2:39 Jones (Mt. Markham)
215: Duancik (Stratford) f 5:56 Diorio (Ponaganset)
215: Sibble (Bolivar) dec 3-1 Day (Salem)
215: Gallo (Minisink) f :52 Insogna (Ballston Spa)

285: Regis (East Islip) dq Bradley (Middletown)
285: Ormond (New Paltz) dec 5-3 Solano (Eagle Academy)
285: Adjindoski (Danbury) dec 4-1 Traynor (New Fairfield)
285: Monchery (Middletown) f 2:58 Groncki (Mohonasen)

Consi Rd 8 #1 – Section 9 Wrestlers:
118: Futia (Wallkill) maj 14-4 Barrientos (Starpoint)
145: Havens (Canisteo) dec 6-2 Greiner (Minisink)
172: Venables (Carmel) dec 4-3 Cavallo (Cornwall)
189: Kwyzwanos (Stafford) dec 4-1 Scott (Cornwall)
215: Oosterom (Port Jervis) f 3:44 Furst (Cornwall)
285: DeEntremont (Goshen) f 3:18 Gove (Minisink)

Consi Rd 8 #2 (Blood Round) – Section 9 Wrestlers:
102: Soto (NFA) f 4:49 Barber (Commack)
110: Satriano (Valley Central) dec 6-0 Hood (Ponaganset)
118: Futia (Wallkill) dec 10-6 Ramirez (Mahopac)
138: Dimen (Sem) f 4:25 Greco (Warwick)
160: Reed (Cornwall) f 2:26 Ricci (Victor)
189: Bonsu (Baldwin) f 3:43 Tibbs (Middletown)
215: Day (Salem) Oosterom (Port Jervis)
285: DeEntremont (Goshen) fft over Bradley (Middletown)