Section 9 Championships – Division 1 Tournament Seeds

Let’s take a look at the top-8 seeds in every weight for this weekend’s Section 9 Championships for the Division 1 tournament. Monroe Woodbury High School will once again serve as host for the Division 1 Championships. Action gets under way at 4:15 on Friday and will pick up again at 11:00 on Saturday with the semifinal round. The top 3 place finishers in each weight class will punch their ticket to the NYSPHSAA Championships in Albany!!!

101 Pounds
1. William Soto (Newburgh Free Academy)
2. EJ Vass (Valley Central)
3. Kelly Sullivan (Monroe Woodbury)
4. Gigi Sullivan (Monroe Woodbury)
5. Anthony Noboa (Middletown)
6. Israel Rosales (Middletown)
7. Garrett Judd (Warwick)
8. Ty Patterson (Wallkill)

108 Pounds
1. Cooper Merli (Newburgh Free Academy)
2. Marco Futia (Wallkill)
3. Jared Lupian Reyes (Middletown)
4. Gabe Simpson (Minisink Valley)
5. Owen Milmore (Washingtonville)
6. Keaton Venarchick (Cornwall)
7. Logan Shultis (Kingston)
8. Juan Landa Cruz (Saugerties)

116 Pounds
1. Brady Judd (Warwick)
2. Jordan Busby (Newburgh Free Academy)
3. Gianni Gennaro (Washingtonville)
4. Santiago Chrisjohn (Saugerties)
5. Liam McCarthy (Wallkill)
6. Greg Schaefer (Goshen)
7. Gabe McNally (Pine Bush)
8. Andrew Smith (Middletown)

124 Pounds
1. Luke Satriano (Valley Central)
2. Viktor Banda (Wallkill)
3. Elijah Brown (Monroe Woodbury)
4. Devin Strothers (Wallkill)
5. Jacob Burgos (Washingtonville)
6. Luke Dakin (FDR-Hyde Park)
7. Justin Noboa (Middletown)
8. Devin Charles (Monroe Woodbury)

131 Pounds
1. Matthew Mercado (Newburgh Free Academy)
2. Jacob Roger (Middletown)
3. Nate Racz (Minisink Valley)
4. Jacob Perales (Goshen)
5. Miguel Nieves (Middletown)
6. Rich Urena (Pine Bush)
7. Xavier Clavell (Cornwall)
8. Max Wickrath (Minisink Valley)

138 Pounds
1. Wyatt Boyce (Minisink Valley)
2. DJ Aviles (Middletown)
3. Griffin Petzold (Warwick)
4. Joseph Uhrig (Minisink Valley)
5. John Naparano (Wallkill)
6. Ivan Duran (Newburgh Free Academy)
7. Maximus Smith (Valley Central)
8. Logan Stipak (Wallkill)

145 Pounds
1. Mason Ketcham (Washingtonville)
2. Anthony Tresch (Minisink Valley)
3. Evan Weeden (Goshen)
4. Jayce Goldberg (Washingtonville)
5. Brandon Carcaterra (Monroe Woodbury)
6. Tom Cafaglione (Wallkill)
7. Christian Turingan (Cornwall)
8. Caeleb Smith (Beacon)

152 Pounds
1. Luke Greiner (Minisink Valley)
2. Logan Pennell (Pine Bush)
3. Ansatasios Tzezailidis (Warwick)
4. Jack Bucci (Saugerties)
5. Michael Accardo (Warwick)
6. Jude Betancourt (Beacon)
7. Liam Hayes (Monroe Woodbury)
8. Omar Martinez (Wallkill)

160 Pounds
1. PJ Duke (Minisink Valley)
2. Isaiah Hockx (Saugerties)
3. Dan Weeden (Goshen)
4. Isaiah Grant (Monroe Woodbury)
5. Mateo Morell (Newburgh Free Academy)
6. Patrick Cosgrove (Cornwall)
7. Manny Garcia (Minisink Valley)
8. Liam Dakin (FDR-Hyde Park)

170 Pounds
1. Quinten Morgan (Minisink Valley)
2. Anthony Annacone (Wallkill)
3. Musa Aljamal (Washingtonville)
4. Ethan Conrow (Pine Bush)
5. Tyler Desotle (Warwick)
6. Tray Bilyou (FDR-Hyde Park)
7. Avery Davis (Beacon)
8. Kayvon Hayes (Newburgh Free Academy)

190 Pounds
1. Zach Filip (Minisink Valley)
2. Keith Henry (Minisink Valley)
3. Chris Herriman (FDR-Hyde Park)
4. Johnny Accardo (Warwick)
5. Paul Lamparillo (Goshen)
6. William Coughlin (Newburgh Free Academy)
7. Ryan Calfe (Valley Central)
8. Nixon Salinas (Beacon)

215 Pounds
1. Bryson Tibbs (Middletown)
2. Christopher Leggett (Newburgh Free Academy)
3. Jacob Dejesus (Washingtonville)
4. Julani Graham (Middletown)
5. Ashton Capen (Monroe Woodbury)
6. Christian Lemus (Wallkill)
7. Timmy Duke (Minisink Valley)
8. Jayden Pressley (Minisink Valley)

285 Pounds
1. Stephan Monchery (Middletown)
2. Rahmiere Bradley (Middletown)
3. Kevin Crowe-Bailey (Minisink Valley)
4. Julian Aviles (Wallkill)
5. Greg Florin (Pine Bush)
6. Jose Hernandez Rosa (Monroe Woodbury)
7. Michael Hennesey (Warwick)
8. Patrick Curran (Pine Bush)

West Point RTC adds Sofia Macaluso

West Point WC recently announced the addition of Minisink Valley grad Sofia

Macaluso to their RTC roster.  Sofia will represent the club at the upcoming U23 Championships and World Team Trials, the Last Chance Qualifier and the Olympic Trials.

Macaluso has won a World Silver medal and is a multiple time All American.

“Adding a wrestler of Sofia’s ability is a huge boost to our RTC.  We have longed to make connections in the Hudson Valley and this is an opportunity to do just that” said Scott Green, WPWC coach.  “We are proud to support women’s wrestling and Sofia fits right into those plans”

Another WPWC athlete, Vayle-rae Baker recently won the senior national championship and will compete for a spot on the Olympic team in April.

Section 9 Championships


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Week 9 Schedule and Results

Monday January 29, 2024

Wallkill 51 Beacon 21
Chester 51 Peekskill 16
Monroe Woodbury 47 Cornwall 6
Warwick 53 FDR-Hyde Park 13
Highland 60 Liberty 15
Middletown 51 Valley Central 15

Tuesday January 30, 2024

Our Lady of Lourdes 36 Highland 33
Saugerties 55 Monticello 9

Wednesday January 31, 2024

Beacon @ Monticello
Chester 57 Burke 12
Goshen 51 Cornwall 24
Eldred @ Fallsburg/Tri-Valley
Sullivan West @ Fallsburg/Tri-Valley
Minisink Valley 61 FDR-Hyde Park 4
Pine Bush 44 Kingston 24
Middletown 36 NFA 27
Monroe Woodbury @ Washingtonville
Red Hook 60 Rondout Valley 12
Wallkill @ Saugerties
Warwick 60 Valley Central 17

Thursday February 1, 2024

Our Lady of Lourdes @ Rondout Valley
New Paltz @ Red Hook

Friday February 2, 2024

Ellenville @ Onteora
Goshen @ Wallkill
Highland Multi Team Meet

NYSPHSAA Dual Meet Championships

Division 1 – Finals – 5:00
Plainedge 40 Minisink Valley 26

Division 1 – Semifinals – 2:30
Minisink Valley 40 North Babylon 18
Plainedge 30 Wantagh 29

Division 1 – Round 1 – 9:00
North Babylon 35 Niagara Wheat 25
Minisink Valley 60 Yorktown 12
Saratoga Springs 32 Horseheads 29
Carthage 37 Middletown 28

Division 1 – Round 2 – 10:30
North Babylon 29 Cicero N. Syracuse 27
Hilton 48 Yorktown 12
Plainedge 43 Saratoga Springs 18
Wantagh 39 Carthage 21

Division 1 – Round 3 – 12:00
Niagara Wheat 31 Cicero N Syracuse 29
Minisink Valley 45 Hilton 17
Plainedge 53 Horseheads 15
Wantagh 40 Middletown 32

Division 2 – Finals – 5:00
Tioga 56 John Glenn 12

Division 2 – Semifinals – 2:30
Tioga 51 Pal-Mac 24
John Glenn 35 Central Valley 30

Division 2 – Round 1 – 9:00
Tioga 51 Cobleskill R-ville 15
Pal-Mac 54 N. Adirondack 15
Port Jervis 41 Gouverneur 19
Central Valley 36 Sleepy Hollow 33

Division 2 – Round 2 – 10:30
Cobleskill R-ville 39 Island Trees 30
Chautauqua Lake 54 N. Adirondack 10
John Glenn 30 Port Jervis 29 – criteria
Clarke 43 Sleepy Hollow 30

Division 2 – Round 3 – 12:00
Tioga 78 Island Trees 0
Pal-Mac 38 Chautauqua Lake 26
John Glenn 39 Gouverneur 26
Central Valley 42 Clarke 27

Other Weekend Tournament Results

Jeff Cuilty Newburgh Duals
Warwick 50 Shoreham Wading River 22
Wallkill 37 Shoreham Wading River 33
NFA 48 Shoreham Wading River 25
NFA 39 Longwood 29
NFA 51 Brewster 15

Edgemont Tournament
FDR-Hyde Park crowned two champions and finished 2nd in the team race at the Edgemont Tournament. Luke Daking took home the title at 124 and Tray Bilyou was your champion at 170. Bilyou won his title by defeating fellow Section 9 wrestler Frankie Shaw from Burke in the finals by a score of 7-5. Other top-6 place winners at the Edgemont Tournament were FDR-Hyde Park’s Brennan Paul (4th @ 145), Chester’s Nick Curci (3rd @ 152), FDR-Hyde Park’s Malakhi Sellers (6th @ 152), FDR-Hyde Park’s Liam Dakin (4th @ 160), Chester’s Ryan Farley (6th @ 160), Chester’s Michael Franco (3rd @ 170), FDR-Hyde Park’s Chris Herriman (2nd @ 190), Chester’s Kwadwo Osei-Kwanin (4th @ 215), FDR-Hyde Park’s Dillon Scott (2nd @ 285), and FDR-Hyde Park’s Cashmiere Curtis (3rd @ 285).

Mahopac Tournament
Pine Bush had 5 wrestlers place in the top-6 at the Mahopac Tournament. Placing for the Bushmen were Rich Urena (3rd @131), Logan Pennell (3rd @ 152), Ethan Conrow (3rd @170), Greg Florin (4th @ 285), and Patrick Currin (5th @ 285).

Ridgefield, CT Tournament
The Wizards were in CT yesterday at the Gary Tiger’s Ridgefield Championship tournament. They crowned 2 champions at
106 🥇 Owen Milmore
215 🥇Jacob Dejesus
Also placing were
113 🥈 Gianni Gennaro
113 5th Joshua Goldberg
138 🥉 Jayce Goldberg
157 🥉 Musa Alijamal
165 6th Tyler Yhun

NYSPHSAA Girls Invitational – Recap

Section 9 had an outstanding showing at the 2024 NYSPHSAA Girls Wrestling Invitational. We crowned two champions and had six other ladies place in the top-6 in their weight class. Huge congratulations to Monroe Woodbury’s Gigi Sullivan and New Paltz’s Rebecca Brennan for taking home gold medals! Sullivan entered the tournament as the #7 seed yet pinned her way through the entire bracket including her :48 win by fall in the finals over defending champ Zoey Jewett from Section 3 General Brown. Brennan, the #6 seed, had to grind her way through her bracket with a pin, a 7-5 sudden victory win, a 3-0 decision before notching a pin at the 5:37 mark in the finals over defending champ Madison Westerberg from Section 5 Waterloo! Great job Gigi and Rebecca!!!

Six other Section 9 ladies earned their way to the podium. At 107 pounds, Minisink Valley’s Keira Filip lost her opening round match but reeled off four straight wins before losing a 2-1 decision in her medal match and took home 4th place honors. Filip’s teammate Sara Pauls made a podium appearance for the second year in a row. The Minisink Valley freshman followed up last year’s championship performance with a gutty 3rd place finish at 114 pounds at this year’s tournament. Pine Bush senior Brooke Tarshis was a finalist at last year’s Girls Invitational and once again only lost one match at this year’s tournament and placed 3rd at 120. Tarshis’s only loss was in the semis to eventual champion Yianna Foufas from Section 8 Mepham. Minisink Valley had another 2X place winner in Jaida Macaluso who placed third at 132 pounds. Macaluso went 4-1 with her only loss coming in the semifinals to eventual champion Mia Collins from Ballston Spa. Liberty senior Zoe Kip went 3-3 at a very tough 152-pound bracket and took home 6th place honors. Minisink Valley’s Patricia Deslandes went 4-1 at 235 pounds and took home the bronze. Her only loss was in the semis to eventual champion Peyton Mullin from Section 5 Dundee.

Congratulations to all of our Section 9 girl wrestlers for laying it all on the line and making history! Girls Wrestling is the fastest growing sport in America and YOU are the reason why!!!

94: Gigi Sullivan (Monroe Woodbury) f :47 Z. Jewett (General Brown)
100: Barone (N. Wheatfield) f 5:19 Severin (Bethpage)
107: Hernandez (Rocky Point) dec 5-2 Sibble (Bol-Rich)
114: Drake (Shaker) f 5:00 Peterson (Bay Shore)
120: Foufas (Mepham) maj 12-3 Viera (Rocky Point)
126: Retell (Tamarac) dec 9-5 Satarino (Columbia)
132: Collins (Ballston Spa) f 3:58 Doxey (Newfane)
138: Griffith (Gouverneur) dec 6-0 Guilmette (Shen)
145: Brennan (New Paltz) f 5:36 Westerberg (Waterloo)
152: Shepardson (Little Falls) f 3:43 Gretzinger (Shen)
165: Palumbo (Pleasantville) f 5:05 Thomas (Iroquois)
185: Sutton (Columbia) f 3:55 Mangual (Carmel)
235: Mullin (Dundee) f 1:05 Laforest (Waverly)

3rd/4th Place – Section 9 Girls
107: Phelps (Sidney) dec 2-1 Filip (Minisink Valley)
114: Pauls (Minisink Valley) f 1:00 Gonzales (Hicksville)
120: Tarshis (Pine Bush) dec 4-2 Diaz (Seaford)
132: Macaluso (Minisink Valley) f 3:39 Maragioglio (Bellport)
235: Deslandes (Minisink Valley) dec 4-0 Durdon (Windsor)

5th/6th Place – Section 9 Girl
152: Gonzales (Phoenix) f 3:34 Kip (Liberty)

94: Gigi Sullivan (MW) f 1:03 F. Jewett (General Brown)
94: Z. Jewett (General Brown) f 1:58 Kelley (Camden)
100: Barone (N. Wheatfield) f 1:25 Bonnie (Phoenix)
100: Severin (Bethpage) dec 14-7 Cozzali (Harrison)
107: Sibble (Bol-Rich) f 1:13 Zucker (Jericho)
107: Hernandez (Rocky Point) f 1:49 Phelps (Sydney)
114: Peterson (Bay Shore) dec 4-2 Pauls (Minisink Valley)
114: Drake (Shaker) maj 12-4 Gonzalez (Hicksville)
120: Viera (Rocky Point) maj 8-0 Diaz (Seaford)
120: Foufas (Mepham) maj 11-2 Brooke Tarshis (Pine Bush)
126: Retell (Tamarac) dec 11-5 Paddock (Chatauqua)
126: Satarino (Columbia) maj 8-0 Hostetler (Warsaw)
132: Doxey (Newfane) dec 5-2 Bonilla (Great Neck South)
132: Collins (Ballston Spa) f 4:00 Jaida Macaluso (Minisink Valley)
138: Griffith (Gouverneur) f :45 Williams (Guilderland)
138: Guilmette (Shenendehowa) dec 8-1 Robles (Mepham)
145: Westerberg (Waterloo) f 2:36 Ortiz (RCS)
145: Rebecca Brennen (New Paltz) dec 3-0 Evans (West Seneca)
152: Gretzinger (Shen) f 1:45 Gonzales (Phoenix)
152: Shepardson (Little Falls) maj 13-5 Santiago (Cazenovia)
165: Palumbo (Pleasantville) f 5:26 Teppley (Harborsfield)
165: Thomas (Iroquois) dec 4-3 utb Sorenson (Homer)
185: Hutton (Columbia) f 4:33 Tamayo (Sweet Home)
185: Mangual (Carmel) f :37 Marshall (UE)
235: Mullin (Dundee) f :50 Patricia Deslandes (Minisink Valley)
235: Laforest (Waverly) maj 12-4 Gonzales (Valley Stream North)

Consi 4 – AKA Blood Round – Section 9 Girls
107: Keira Filip (Minisink Valley) dec 2-1 utb Singh (Shen)
114: Sutton (Marathon) dec 6-5 Savannah Tittleback (Saugerties)
152: Zoe Kip (Liberty) dec 4-2 Carrion (Harborfields)
235: Sochia (Gouverneur) f 2:37 Norma Avila (Middletown)

Consi Semis – Section 9 Girls
107: Filip (Minisink Valley) f 2:37 Zucker (Jerhico)
114: Pauls (Minisink Valley) f 3:20 Sutton (Marathon)
120: Tarshis (Pine Bush) f 2:48 Craft (Owego)
132: Macaluso (Minisink Valley) dec 7-0 Thuman (Lake Shore)
152: Santiago (Cazenovia) f 1:43 Kip (Liberty)
235: Deslandes (Minisink Valley) dec 7-2 Sochia (Gouverneur)

Round of 16Section 9 Girls
94: Gigi Sullivan (Monroe Woodbury) f 3:27 Murdie (Columbia)
94: Jewett (General Brown) f :54 Amelia Patzelt (Minisink Valley)
107: Fanning (SVEC) dec 7-4 Keira Filip (Minisink Valley)
114: Savannah Tittleback (Saugerties) f 1:23 Greene (Niagara Wheatfield)
114: Sara Pauls (Minisink Valley) f 1:55 Paone (Shenendehowa)
120: Brooke Tarshis (Pine Bush) f 2:25 Zorich (Sweet Home)
126: Retell (Tamarac) f 1:55 Kyra Talaniec (Saugerties)
132: Jaida Macaluso (Minisink Valley) f 3:42 Smith (Chautauqua)
138: Santana (Maple Hills) inj over Meredith Mills (Saugerties)
145: Rebecca Brennan (New Paltz) f 1:00 Cogan (Johnson City)
145: Landon (Granville) f :18 Brooke Besson (Minisink Valley)
152: Zoe Kip (Liberty) maj 15-3 Quinn (Gowanda)
185: Vasquez (Bay Shore) f 1:48 Cheyenne Graham (Liberty)
235: Patricia Deslandes (Minisink Valley) dec 8-6 Gregg (Shaker)
235: Norma Avila (Middletown) f 1:38 O’Malley (Tonawanda)

Quarterfinals – Section 9 Girls
94: Gigi Sullivan (MW) f :53 Duro (Shaker)
114: Gonzalez (Hicksville) dec 6-4 Savannah Tittleback (Saugerties)
114: Sara Pauls (Minisink Valley) f 3:59 McCarley (Tonawanda)
120: Brooke Tarshis (Pine Bush) f 1:38 Hodkin (Fredonia)
132: Jaida Macaluso (Minisink Valley) f 3:51 Owen (Horseheads)
145: Rebecca Brennan (New Paltz) dec 7-5 sv Moore (SE)
152: Gonzalez (Phoenix) f 3:14 Zoe Kip (Liberty)
235: Patricia Deslandes (Minisink Valley) f :35 Crofoot (Fulton)
235: LaForest (Waverly) f 1:48 Norma Avila (Middletown)

Consi 8 #1 – Section 9 Girls
94: Amelia Patzelt (Minisink Valley) tf 16-1 Karn (Oneonta)
107: Keira Filip (Minisink Valley) f 3:40 Waite (Fredonia)
126: Toomey (Tioga) f 1:56 Kyra Talaniec (Saugerties)
138: Kennedy (Guilderland) f :37 Meredith Mills (Saugerties)
145: Hidalgo (Walt Whitman) f 1:47 Brooke Besson (Minisink Valley)
185: Duers (Warrensburg) f :17 Cheyenne Graham (Liberty)

Consi 8 #2 – Section 9 Girls
94: Duro (Shaker) f :38 Amelia Patzelt (Minisink Valley)
107: Keira Filip (Minisink Valley) dec 2-0 Moore (Penfield)
114: Savannah Tittleback (Saugerties) tf 17-2 Paone (Shen)
152: Zoe Kip (Liberty) dec 8-2 Van Wormer (Cobleskill)
235: Norma Avila (Middletown) f 1:43 VanGuilder (Hadley)

Minisink Earns At-Large Bid, Joins Middletown and Port Jervis at NYSPHSAA Dual Meet Championships

The 2024 NYSPHSAA Dual Meet Championships at this Saturday, January 27th at the SRC Arena and Events Center on the campus of Onondaga Community College in Syracuse. This is an all-digital ticketed event! Link to purchase tickets.

Division 1 Pool A: Niag Wheat (S6), Cicero N. Syr (S3), N. Babylon (S11)
Division 1 Pool B: Minisink Valley (S9), Hilton (S5), Yorktown (S1)
Division 1 Pool C: Horseheads (S4), Plainedge (S8), Saratoga Springs (S2)
Division 1 Pool D: Middletown (S9), Wantagh (S8), Carthage (S3)

Division 2 Pool A: Tioga (S4), Island Trees (S8), Cobleskill-Rich (S2)
Division 2 Pool B: Pal-Mac (S5), Chautaugua Lake (S6), N. Adirondack (S7)
Division 2 Pool C: Gouverneur (S10), John Glenn (S11), Port Jervis (S9)
Division 2 Pool D: Central Valley (S3), Clarke (S8), Sleepy Hollow (S1)

Semis: Pool A winner vs Pool B winner; Pool C winner vs Pool D winner

Week 8 Schedule & Results

Monday January 22, 2024
Minisink Valley 60 Warwick 9
Port Jervis 78 Liberty 0
Girls-Only Multi Meet @ Minisink Valley (Senior Night)

Tuesday January 23, 2024
Middletown @ Pine Bush

Wednesday January 24, 2024
Pine Bush 42 Beacon 30
Chester 59 Monticello 9
Highland @ Liberty
Rondout Valley @ New Paltz
Red Hook 43 Our Lady of Lourdes 30

Thursday January 25, 2024
Goshen 63 Monticello 12
Monroe Woodbury 38 North Rockland 30
Arlington 61 Red Hook 12

Friday January 25, 2024
Onteora @ Burke
Sullivan West @ Chester
Eldred @ Chester
Fallsburg/Tri-Valley @ Ellenville
New Paltz @ Highland
Red Hook @ Our Lady of Lourdes

2024 NYSPHSAA Girls Invitational @ Onondaga CC, Syracuse, NY
(there will be a separate post for this event later in the week)

Weekend Tournament Results

Wallkill Wins the 2024 Wallkill Duals!
1st place: Wallkill (4-0)
2nd place: Brewster (3-1)
3rd place: Cornwall (2-2)
4th place: Mamaroneck (1-3)
5th place: Ketcham (0-4)

Round 1:
Wallkill 64 Ketcham 12
Mamaroneck 30 Brewster 48
Round 2:
Wallkill 48 Brewster 24
Mamaroneck 21 Cornwall 45
Round 3:
Brewster 30 Cornwall 28
Mamaroneck 38 Ketcham 33
Round 4:
Wallkill 69 Mamaroneck 6
Cornwall 66 Ketcham -1
Round 5:
Wallkill 51 Cornwall 21
Ketcham 6 Brewster 61

Minisink Valley Wins Gene Brigham Memorial
The Warriors crowned six champions and ran away with the team title at the 2024 Gene Brigham Memorial. Winning title for Minisink were Colin Matone (116), Wyatt Boice (138), Anthony Tresch (145), PJ Duke (160), Quinten Morgan (170), and Kevin Crowe-Bailey (285). Port Jervis finished 2nd in the team race and crowned two champs in Maddoc McCormick (190) and Matt Oosterom (215). Valley Central also had two champions in EJ Vass (101) and Luke Satriano (124). Congratulations to Luke for picking up career win #100!

Minisink Valley Results
Port Jervis Results

Middletown Wins the King Bison Tournament
Middletown crowned two individual champs and won the team title at the 2024 King Bison Tournament. Winning gold for Middletown were Bryson Tibbs at 215 pounds and Stephan Monchery at 285.
Middletown Results

Queen Bison Tournament
Saugerties Results

2024 Dames and Devils Scramble
Monroe Woodbury took home four individual titles and had four other finalists at the Dames and Devils Scramble at Columbia HS. Taking home first place hardware for the Crusaders were Kelly Sullivan (101), Elijah Brown (124), Brandon Carcaterra (145) and Liam Hayes (152). Other finalists for Monroe were Devin Charles (124), Jonathan Subacz (170), Ashton Capen (215) and Jada Lee (126, girls). Asanya Barham (145, girls) finished in 3rd place. Burke was also at the Dames and Devils and had one champion in Frankie Shaw at 170 who notched a 13-5 major decision win over Subocz from Monroe Woodbury in the finals.

Goshen Goes 7-2 at the Mustang Duals
The Gladiators had four wrestlers go undefeated and went 7-2 as a team at the 2024 Mustang Duals in Mount Markham. Going undefeated for Goshen were Greg Schaefer (116), Jacob Perales (131), Dan Weeden (160) and Paul Lamparillo (190).
Goshen 46 Mount Markam 30
Whitesboro 36 Goshen 35
Goshen 38 Saranac 29
Goshen 64 Herkimer 12
Goshen 36 New Hartford 34
Goshen 69 Dolgeville 6
Goshen 51 Cooperstown 18
Cazenozia 45 Goshen 21
Goshen 35 Beekmantown 34

Beacon Tournament
Pine Bush finished in 3rd place at the Beacon Tournament!
1st- Rich Urena 131
1st-Ethan Conrow 170
2nd-Griffyn Alfalla 101
2nd-Edward Morley 190
3rd-Gabe McNally 116
4th-Brooke Tarshis 124
4th-Greg Florin 285
5th-Patrick Curren 285
6th-Zack Amon 116

Tri-Valley/Fallsburg at the Guilderland Girls Round Robin
Tri-Valley/Fallsburg Results

Section 9 Individual Rankings – January 19, 2024

We are halfway through January and many (but not all) of our wrestlers have reached their end of year weights! The Eastern States Classic and the Section 9 Duals have caused several big changes from our last edition of rankings! Enjoy!

101 Pounds – Division 1
1. William Soto (NFA, 9)
2. EJ Vass (Valley Central, 8)
3. Kelly Sullivan (Monroe Woodbury, 8)
4. Gigi Sullivan (Monroe Woodbury, 7)
5. Anthony Noboa (Middletown, 9)

101 Pounds – Division 2
1. Charlie Wylie (Port Jervis, 10)
2. Justin Jones (Port Jervis, 7)

In a rematch of the Mid-Hudson finals, Soto of NFA wins the Eastern States Classic with a 9-2 win over Vass from Valley Central. They remain #1 and #2 but Vass did close the gap a little in their dual meet bout a few days later and only lost 7-1. All signs point towards an awesome S9 D1 final match between these two hammers! Our #2 is Kelly Sullivan from MW who has dropped three matches since our last rankings, but they were all at 108 and all three opponents are state-ranked kids. Gigi Sullivan from MW is having an awesome year and has moved up to #4 followed by our new #5 Anthony Noboa from Middletown who notched a win over previously ranked Garrett Judd from Warwick. Judd will definitely remain a contender here as will Griffyn Alfalla from Pine Bush who is putting together a very solid season. We have a new #1 in D2 at 101 because defending S9 champion and state place winner Charlie Wylie from Port Jervis competed at 101 for the Eastern States Classic. Wylie went 2-2 at the ESC and did not place but she is still the clear #1 here. Wylie’s teammate Justin Jones is #2 here and had a hard fought 5-4 win over previous #1 Matteo Walsh from Rondout Valley who definitely one to watch at this weight.

108 Pounds – Division 1
1. Cooper Merli (NFA, 10)
2. Marco Futia (Wallkill, 10)
3. Jared Lupian-Reyes (Middletown, 11)
4. Gabe Simpson (Minisink Valley, 10)
5. Logan Shultis (Kingston, 11)

108 Pounds – Division 2
1. Everett Giorgio (Red Hook, 9)
2. Carmello Massey (Red Hook, 9)

Defending state champion Cooper Merli from Newburgh Free Academy made it all the way to the finals of the ESC and is our clear #1 at 108 in D1. Our #2 here is Marco Futia from Wallkill. Futia went 3-2 and advanced to the blood round at the Eastern States. His two losses were to the 5th and 6th place finishers. Middletown’s Jared Lupian Reyes is your new #3 with his impressive win over Gabe Simpson from Minisink Valley who drops down to #4. Kingston’s Logan Shultis remains in the #5 spot!. This weight has some excellent depth with wrestlers like Owen Milmore from Washingtonville, Juan Landa Cruz from Saugerties, and Gabriel McNalley from Pine Bush all in the medal hunt. With Wylie dropping down to 101 on the Division 2, side we have a new #1 in Everett Giorgio from Red Hook. Giorgio earns the top spot via an impressive 14-8 win over his teammate Carmello Massey who remains in the #2 spot here.

116 Pounds – Division 1
1. Brady Judd (Warwick, 11)
2. Gianni Gennaro (Washingtonville, 9)
3. Santiago Chrisjohn (Saugerties, 9)
4. Jordan Busby (NFA, 11)
5. Greg Schaefer (Goshen, 10)

116 Pounds – Division 2
1. Bradley Gatto (Highland, 11)
2. Lorenzo Caserto (Marlboro, 9)

Warwick’s Brady Judd has dropped down to 116 and takes over the #1 spot here. Judd went 0-2 at ESC but that is no reflection on the year he is having – the ESC is a brutal tournament. Judd has a few wins over other ranked wrestlers here but has yet to face the wrestler who was our previous #1, Gianni Gennaro from Washingtonville who is having a great year. At #3 we have Santiago Chrisjohn from Saugerties. Chrisjohn has several quality wins this year as has our #4 here, Jordan Busby from Newburgh Free Academy. Busby’s only loss since our last ranking was a 7-0 decision to our new #1 Judd. A few others to watch here at 116 D1 are Andrew Smith from Middletown, Colin Matone from Minisink Valley and Liam McCarthy from Wallkill. We have a new #1 at 116 D2 in Bradley Gatto. The Highland junior recently won the Highland Round Robin. Dropping to the #2 spot here is Lorenzo Caserto from Marlboro who is putting together a very nice station. Andrew Roberts from Port Jervis will also be in the mix here.

124 Pounds – Division 1
1. Luke Satriano (Valley Central, 11)
2. Viktor Banda (Wallkill, 12)
3. Elijah Brown (Monroe Woodbury, 8)
4. Myles Amell (Saugerties, 10)
5. Devin Strother (Wallkill, 11)

124 Pounds – Division 2
1. Justin Harrison (Port Jervis, 11)
2. Ewen Celestine (Red Hook, 11)

Huge overhaul in our 124-pound rankings. We have a new top-2 in D1 and a new #1 in D2! Defending state champion Luke Satriano from Valley Central has dropped down to 124 and is our new #1 in Division 1. Satriano took 4th place at the Eastern States Classic in what many are calling the deepest weight class in tournament history. Also coming down to 124 is Wallkill’s Viktor Banda and he takes over our #2 ranking here. Banda is a dangerous wrestler with several quality wins this season including two pins over our #3 wrestlers here, Elijah Brown from Monroe Woodbury. Brown competed in the Kohl Tournament and won the title at 124. Our #4 at 124 D1 is Myles Amell from Saugerties. Amell also has several quality wins this year and will definitely be a contender for a birth to the state tournament in Albany. Banda’s teammate Devin Strother is having a very good season and is our #5 ranked wrestler here and we can’t overlook Justin Noboa from Middletown, Vincent Coppola from Minisink Valley, Jacob Burgos from Washingtonville, or Luke Dakin from FDR Hyde Park. On the Division 2 side we have Port Jervis junior coming down to 124 and taking over the #1 spot. Harrison earns the top spot here by beating Red Hook’s Ewen Celestine 8-6 at the Section 9 Duals D2 finals. This could be a great rematch for the D2 title where only the winner goes to Albany!

131 Pounds – Division 1
1. Matthew Mercado (NFA, 11)
2. Jacob Roger (Middletown, 12)
3. Nate Racz (Minisink Valley, 10)
4. Jacob Perales (Goshen, 12)
5. Richard Urena (Pine Bush, 12)

131 Pounds – Division 2
1. Reese Greathouse (Marlboro, 12)
2. Nick Laskowski (Rondout Valley, 12)

One of the most improved wrestlers in Section 9 over the past year is Matt Mercado from NFA and he is our new #1 at 131 pounds. Mercado only has two losses thus far this season and they were both at the Eastern States Classic where he went 2-1. His one win was a 5-4 decision over Middletown’s Jacob Roger who has dropped down from 138 and is our new #2 here. Roger had a win by fall over former #2 Nate Racz from Minisink Valley who is now our #3 here. Racz went 3-2 and looked solid at the ESC. Goshen’s Jacob Perales is our #4 here and we have a new #5 in Richard Urena from Pine Bush who is having a very solid 2023-2024 campaign. On the D2 side we still have Marlboro’s Reese Greathouse as our #1 ranked wrestler. Greathouse wrestled tough at the ESC and finished 1-2. Rondout Valley senior Nick Laskowski who went 4-1 at the Highland Round Robin has entered our rankings as #2 at 131 pounds in D2.

138 Pounds – Division 1
1. Wyatt Boice (Minisink Valley, 9)
2. Daniel Aviles (Middletown, 10)
3. Griffin Petzold (Warwick, 11)
4. Joseph Uhrig (Minisink Valley, 9)
5. Maximus Smith (Valley Central, 9)

138 Pounds – Division 2
1. Thomas Shields (Onteora, 12)
2. Markus Ferrara (Port Jervis, 9)

Division 1 at 138 pounds is another weight class with a few major changes! Based on his performance at the Eastern States Classic, Wyatt Boice is our new #1. Boice, a freshman at Minisink Valley, trades places with Warwick’s Griffin Petzold who now sits at #3 here. Boice battled very tough in every match and ended up taking 6th place in a very tough bracket at ESC where he took three losses. He lost 5-2 to the eventual runner-up, 8-6 to the 3rd place finisher, and 2-0 in his 5th/6th medal match. He was as good as any wrestler in his bracket. Petzold was also at ESC going 1-2. He’s having a great season and is definitely going to be in the mix for the Section 9 title at this weight. Our new #2 is Middletown sophomore Daniel Aviles who has dropped down from 145. Aviles wrestled well at the ESC and made it to day 2 however he was forced to medically forfeit his first match on Saturday and then notched a win over Petzold in the Section 9 Duals semis. Minisink Valley freshman Joseph Uhrig is having a very good year and sits at #4 here followed by Valley Central freshman Maximus Smith who is our #5. No changes at D2 138 with Onteora’s Thomas Shields holding on to the top spot followed by Port Jervis freshman Markus Ferrera. Rondout Valley’s Jackson Barcone could get into the mix here so we should keep an eye on him.

145 Pounds – Division 1
1. Mason Ketcham (Washingtonville, 11)
2. Anthony Tresch (Minisink Valley, 11)
3. Liam Hayes (Monroe Woodbury, 10)
4. Anastasios Tzezailidis (Warwick, 10)
5. Evan Weeden (Goshen, 10)

145 Pounds – Division 2
1. Justin Coiteux (New Paltz, 12)
2. Anthony Theodore (Port Jervis, 11)

Washingtonville junior Mason Ketcham dropped down to 145 and placed 3rd at the Eastern States Classic earning him the #1 ranking at 145 in Division 1. The wrestler he unseated at #1 is Anthony Tresch from Minisink Valley. Tresch was also at ESC and lost in the blood round however he did have a early round win over the wrestler who placed 8th and he only lost 3-0 to the eventual champion Joe Manfredi from Herricks. A showdown between Ketcham and Tresch could be a great match! This weight is not a two-dog race – our #3, Liam Hayes from MW, and #4, Anastasios Tzezailidis from Warwick, are both very game! Evan Weeden from Goshen sits at #5 and will definitely be in the mix here as will Brennan Paul from FDR Hyde Park and Michael Cantania from Valley Central. No changes on the Division 2 side with Justin Coiteux from New Paltz holding on to the #1 slot with Port Jervis junior Anthony Theodore coming in at #2.

152 Pounds – Division 1
1. Luke Greiner (Minisink Valley, 12)
2. Logan Pennell (Pine Bush, 11)
3. Jack Bucci (Saugerties, 12)
4. Michael Accardo (Warwick, 12)
5. Isaiah Grant (Monroe Woodbury, 12)

152 Pounds – Division 2
1. Quinian Jones (Highland, 11)
2. William Curreri (Port Jervis, 9)

MV senior Luke Greiner placed 4th at the ESC and remains our top ranked wrestler at 152 pounds in Division 1. Greiner lost to the wrestlers who placed 2nd and 3rd and had wins over the 6th, 7th, and 8th place finishers – that’s 5 matches against ESC place winners in two days! Pine Bush’s Logan Pennell also had a good showing at the ESC. He went 3-2 and made it to the blood round. Pennell sits at #2 here and is followed by Saugerties senior Jack Bucci. Bucci placed 4th at the Oneonta Rotary Tournament and faced some stiff competition along the way. Our new #4 at 152 is Michael Accardo from Warwick who is putting together a very solid season followed by Monroe Woodbury’s Isaiah Grant who sits at #5 here. Grant’s Crusader teammate Brandon Carcaterra will definitely be in the medal hunt at the Section 9 tournament. Highland’s Quin Jones remains our top ranked wrestler for D2 at 152 followed by our new #2 William Curreri from Port Jervis. Another Port Jervis wrestler Dylan Fox notched an 8-5 win over previous #2 Patrick Nolan from Ellenville – both will definitely be in the hunt here.

160 Pounds – Division 1
1. PJ Duke (Minisink Valley, 11)
2. Isaiah Hockx (Saugerties, 12)
3. Dan Weeden (Goshen, 12)
4. Matteo Morell (NFA, 10)
5. Musa Aljamal (Washingtonville, 12)

160 Pounds – Division 2
1. Ryan Ross (Port Jervis, 12)
2. Michael Franco (Chester, 12)

Our #1 wrestler at 160 pounds in D1 is Minisink Valley junior PJ Duke who is without question one of the top-10 pound-for-pound wrestlers in the nation. Duke, ranked #1 in the nation at 157, won the title at the ESC and did so by defeating another wrestler ranked in the top-10 in the nation at his weight, Cameron Catrabone from Section 6 Williamsville NE. We have a new #2 at this weight in Isaiah Hockx from Saugerties. Hockz recorded a 4-0 win over previous #2 Gan Weeden from Goshen. Weeden dropps to our #3 position followed by Matteo Morell from NFA who is putting together a very solid season. Our new #5 at this weight is Washingtonville’s Musa Aljamal who has dropped down from 170 pounds. Liam Dkin from FDR Hyde Park is one to watch here as well! No changes in Division 2 with Port Jervis senior Ryan Ross holding down the top spot followed by Chester’s Michael Franco. Ross had a nice showing at the ESC where he went 3-2 and made it to the blood round.

170 Pounds – Division 1
1. Quinten Morgan (Minisink Valley, 12)
2. Ethan Conrow (Pine Bush, 12)
3. Jonathan Subocz (Monroe Woodbury, 12)
4. Anthony Annacone (Wallkill, 12)
5. Tray Bilyou (FDR Hyde Parke, 12)

170 Pounds – Division 2
1. Ivan Figueroa (Port Jervis, 12)
2. Frankie Shaw (Burke, 12)

Minisink Valley senior Quinten Morgan holds on to the top spot here but this weight class is wide open. Our former #2 Annacone from Wallkill was teched by Subocz from Monroe but then Subocz was pinned by Conrow from Pine Bush. Annacone drops all the way to #4 this week however he lost a 3-2 nail biter to Morgan at the Section 9 Duals semis. Conrow moves all the way up to #2 and Subocz is our new #3. Entering the 170 pound rankings at #5 is Tray Bilyou from FDR Hyde Park who narrowly lost to Annacone at the Mid-Hudson and is having a great season. We also need to keep an eye on Avery Davis from Beacon who wrestled a tough match against Bilyou at Mid-Hudson losing 4-1. This will be a great weight class to follow at the Section 9 Tournament! Port Jervis senior Ivan Figueroa has dropped down from 190 and takes over the #1 spot at 170 in Division 2. Burke’s Frankie Shaw slides down to #2 and we should definitely keep our eyes on Chester sophomore Elvin Momanyi.

190 Pounds – Division 1
1. Bryson Tibbs (Middletown, 12)
2. Zachary Filip (Minisink Valley, 10)
3. Julani Graham (Middletown, 10)
4. Johnny Accardo (Warwick, 12)
3. Chris Herriman (FDR-Hyde Park, 12)
4. William Coughlin (NFA, 10)
5. Ryan Calfe (Valley Central, 12)

190 Pounds – Division 2
1. Maddox McCormick (Port Jervis, 11)
2. Cole Matteson (Onteora, 11)

The 190-pound D1 ranking had quite a shake-up when Middletown’s Bryson Tibbs dropped down from 215 and is our new #1 here. Tibbs earned his top ranking with a hard fought 5-3 win over previous #1 Zach Filip from Minisink Valley in the Section 9 Duals finals. Tibb’s teammate Julani Graham enters the rankings this week on the heels of an impressive 8-5 win over former #2 Johnny Accardo from Warwick at the Section 9 Duals semis. Accardo now sits at #4 here followed by FDR Hyde Park’s Chris Herriman who is our #5 this week. There are a few others who we definitely need to watch at this weight including William Coughlin from NFA and Ryan Calfe from Valley Central. With Figueroa from Port Jervis dropping down to 170, his teammate Maddox McCormick becomes the new #1 at 190 in D2. Cole Matteson from Onteora enters the rankings this week as our #2 here and is having a good season!

215 Pounds – Division 1
1. Christopher Leggett (NFA, 11)
2. Ashton Capen (Monroe Woodbury, 10)
3. Christian Lemus (Wallkill, 12)
4. Timmy Duke (Minisink Valley, 10)
5. Jayden Pressley (Minisink Valley, 10)

215 Pounds – Division 2
1. Matt Oosterom (Port Jervis, 12)
2. Logan Storey (Onteora, 12)
2. Kwadwo Osei-Kwanin (Chester, 11)

With Tibbs dropping down to 190, NFA junior Christopher Leggett takes over the #1 spot at 215 in Division 1. Leggett is having an outstanding year – 2nd at the Mid-Hudson, 4th at the Eastern States! He also has a win by fall over our 2nd ranked wrestler here, Ashton Capen from Monroe Woodbury. Capen is also having a very solid year and has a win over our new #3, Christian Lemus from Wallkill. Lemus has a win by fall over our #4, Timmy Duke from Minisink and we have a new #5 – Duke’s Minisink Valley teammate Jayden Pressley! Jacob DeJesus from Washingtonville has returned to action and can definitely find himself on the board very soon. He will be in the medal hunt at the Section 9 tournament. On the D2 side returning state place winner Matt Oosterom is the clear #1. The Port Jervis senior has his sights set on a higher step of the podium in Albany this year. Our new #2 in D2 at 215 is Logan Storey from Onteora. Storey earned the ranking by notching a pin over previous #2 Kwado Osei-Kwanin from Chester who is one to watch here.

285 Pounds – Division 1
1. Stephan Monchery (Middletown, 12)
2. Rahmiere Bradley (Middletown, 12)
3. Kevin Crowe-Bailey (Minisink Valley, 11)
4. Julian Aviles (Wallkill, 10)
5. Gregory Florin (Pine Bush, 11)

285 Pounds – Division 2
1. Mark Paschal (Red Hook, 12)
2. Nick Oosterom (Port Jervis, 9)

Middletown’s Stephan Monchery, who recently committed to wrestle at the University of Buffalo, just won the Eastern States Classic and now has his sights set on a state title this season. He is the clear #1 here. His teammate, Rahmiere Bradley, is our #2 at 285 D1 and he also has the potential to place very high in Albany this year. Bradley also placed at the ESC. Our #3 this week is Kevin Crowe-Bailey from Minisink Valley. Crowe-Bailey continues to improve and has two wins over our #4 here, Julian Aviles from Wallkill. Aviles was the 285-pound champion at the Mid-Hudson Tournament! Our new #5 this week at 285 D1 is Greg Florin from Pine Bush who is putting together a very solid season. Honorable mention Jaheel Wilson from NFA should not be overlooked and will definitely be in the medal hunt in mid-February. Red Hook’s Mark Paschal placed 5th at the Mid-Hudson and has pinned every opponent since then. He remains our #1 wrestler at 285 D2 followed by Port Jervis freshman Nick Oosterom.