Week 1 Schedule and Results

Tuesday December 6, 2022
Burke vs Dover
Burke vs Pawling
Our Lady of Lourdes vs Dover
Our Lady of Lourdes vs Pawling

Wednesday December 7, 2022
Pine Bush @ Minisink Valley
Beacon @ Valley Central
Burke @ Port Jervis
Chester @ Our Lady of Lourdes
Newburgh Free Academy @ Cornwall
Ellenville @ Rondout Valley
New Paltz @ Fallsburg Tri-Valley
Washingtonville @ Goshen
Kingston @ Warwick
Middletown @ Wallkill
Monticello vs Liberty, Eldred, Sullivan West

Thursday December 8, 2022
Onteora @ Red Hook

Friday December 9, 2022
Beacon @ Chester

Opening Weekend Tournaments!!!

The 2022-2023 is finally here!!! Each week there will be at least two posts on this site. One post will have the schedule and results for the weekend tournaments and the other post will have the schedule and results for the weekly dual meets. The information is collected through the schedules posted on TrackWrestling. If there are any inaccuracies in the posts, please email me at sectionixwrestling@gmail.com so I can edit the schedule. Let’s have a great season Section 9!!!

Friday & Saturday – 12/2 & 12/3

Mark Stephens Classic @ Horseheads (Section 4)

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Round 1:
Monroe Woodbury 58 Penfield 12
Canisteo Greenwood 51 Middletown 21
Round 2:
MW 55 Horseheads 14 … JB techs state qualifier Owen 18-2
Middletown 33 Bolivar 31 … NYS finalist Sibble 8-4 over Monchery
Round 3:
Monroe Woodbury 63 Middletown 12
Round 4:
Monroe Woodbury 60 Waverly 12
Horseheads 42 Middletown 22
Round 5:
Monroe Woodbury 48 Bolivar-Richburg 27
Middletown 39 Hornell 30
Round 6:
Monroe Woodbury 57 Hornell 15
Middletown 42 Penfield 21
Round 7:
MW 41 Canisteo Greenwood 19 – JB tf D2 state placer Havens
Waverly 42 Middletown 36

Columbia Blue Devils Duals @ Columbia (Section 2)
Day 1:
Newburgh Free Academy 48 Christian Brothers Academy 30
Newburgh Free Academy 42 Guilderland 33
Newburgh Free Academy 43 Tamarac 30
Day 2:
Newburgh Free Academy 63 Ichabod Crane 12
Newburgh Free Academy 57 Maple Hill 18
Newburgh Free Academy 51 Beekmantown 24
Newburgh Free Academy 47 Columbia 24

Saturday – 12/3

Lance Golubinski Memorial Duals @ Goshen HS
Round 1:
Goshen 63 Kingston 12
Longwood over Tappan Zee
Nanuet 39 Warwick 29
Saugerties 66 RCK 3
Round 2:
Goshen 45 Tappan Zee 27
Longwood 66 Kingston 12
Saugerties 66 Nanuet 4
Warwick 53 RCK 21
Round 3:
Longwood 53 Goshen 18
Tappan Zee vs Kingston
Saugerties 45 Warwick 19
Nanuet 53 RCK 21

Championship Semifinals:
Longwood 45 Nanuet 21
Saugerties 42 Goshen 36

Consolation Crossover:
Warwick 60 Kingston 18
Warwick 39 Tappan Zee 33
Tappan Zee 57 RCK 18
RCK 63 Kingston 9

3rd Place Match:
Goshen 46 Nanuet 24

Championship Match:
Longwood 49 Saugerties 21

Ballston Spa Dual Meet Tournament @ Ballston Spa (Section 2)
Minisink Valley 66 Glens Falls 6
Minisink Valley 77 Watervliet 0
Minisink Valley 70 Warrensburg 6
Minisink Valley 60 Hudson Falls 18
Minisink Valley 51 Ballston Spa 15

Ballston Spa 47 Red Hook 28
Glen Falls 36 Red Hook 28
Hudson Falls 39 Red Hook 33
Red Hook 47 Niskayuna 21
Warrensburg 36 Red Hook 30

Saturday & Sunday – 12/3 & 12/4

Bethlehem Round Robin Tournament @ Bethlehem HS (Section 2)
Wallkill Results:
The Panthers finished its two day round robin competition in Bethlehem today with 9 place finishers in the top 3.

102: Marco Futia 🥈
118: Cooper Grossi 🥈
118: Devin Strother 🥉
126: Rocco Futia 🥇
132: Viktor Banda 🥇
138: Cameron Lopez 🥈
152: George Thomas 🥉
160: Marco Martini 🥈
172: Anthony Annacone 🥈

Others that battled for Wallkill and picked up multiple wins were Liam McCarthy (5 wins), John Naparano (3 wins), Matt Rizzo (3 wins), Ben Buchalter (5 wins) and Christian Lemus (4 wins).

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2022-2023 Preseason Rankings!!!

It’s that time of the year! The high school wrestling season has begun and that means it’s time for preseason rankings! As I have done in the past, the first few rankings will combine our Division 1 and Division 2 wrestlers. Once we have a few weeks of results to analyze, the rankings will be separated into Division 1 and Division 2. Please remember that rankings mean nothing! The purpose of rankings is to generate a buzz about the sport that we love! All that really matters is what happens on the mat! If I have made any glaring omissions or if you do not agree with my rankings, please feel free to email me at sectionixwrestling@gmail.com.

102 Pounds
1. Charlie Wylie (Port Jervis, 9th)
2. William Soto (Newburgh Free Academy, 8th)
3. Garrett Judd (Warwick, 8th)
4. Kelly Sullivan (Monroe Woodbury, 7th)
5. EJ Vass (Valley Central, 7th)
Defending Section 9 D2 champ Wylie will have another incredible season! She is tough and can compete with any 102 pound wrestler in Section 9 – D1 or D1, boy or girl! Soto has had a great preseason and will make an immediate impact for the Goldbacks this year. Judd, Sullivan, and Vass have a ton of talent and will be fun to watch this season.

110 Pounds
1. Cooper Merli (Newburgh Free Academy, 9th)
2. Marco Futia (Wallkill, 9th)
3. Elijah Brown (Monroe Woodbury, 7th)
4. Gabriel McNally (Pine Bush, 10th)
5. Gabe Simpson (Minisink Valley, 9th)
Merli was a state qualifier last year and came was one win away from placing at the state tournament. Futia placed 3rd in S9 last year and has been busy in the off season. Brown is very talented as are last year’s JV champ McNally and MV’s Simpson.

118 Pounds
1. Luke Satriano (Valley Central, 10th)
2. Wyatt Boice (Minisink Valley, 8th)
3. Brady Judd (Warwick, 10th)
4. Joseph Uhrig (Minisink Valley, 8th)
5. Marco Piazza (Monroe Woodbury, 12th)
Satriano finished 4th in NYS last season and has his sights set on a higher step on the podium in 2023! Boice was a state qualifier last year and is poises for another strong season. Uhrig beat Judd 2X last season but Judd beat him at Sections and finished higher so I have Judd #3 and Uhrig #4. Piazza will be very tough at 118!

126 Pounds
1. Nick Weeden (Valley Central, 12th)
2. Rocco Futia (Wallkill, 12th)
3. Matthew Mercado (Newburgh Free Academy, 10th)
4. Liam Hayes (Monroe Woodbury, 9th)
5. Joe Sullivan (Minisink Valley, 10th)
Weeden was out S9 D1 champ last season and won a match at states. Futia was a state qualifier last season and went 2-2 and the state tournament. Mercado, Hayes and Sullivan all had very good seasons and will be in the hunt this year!

132 Pounds
1. Anthony Tresch (Minisink Valley, 10th)
2. Rian Kirker (Red Hook, 12th)
3. Griffin Petzold (Warwick, 10th)
4. Viktor Banda (Wallkill, 11th)
5. Jacob Roger (Middletown, 11th)
Tresch was our S9 D1 champ last year and notched a win in Albany. He has worked hard this past off-season and has his sights set on the podium in February. Kirker has been to Albany and is looking to get back there this season. Petzold, Banda, Roger and HM Maxim Javorky from Monroe Woodbury are all tough and should not be overlooked!

138 Pounds
1. Alex Greco (Warwick, 12th)
2. Zak McKernan (Minisink Valley, 12th)
3. Richie Degon (Valley Central, 11)
4. Jayden Norris (Middletown, 12)
5. Demetrius Massey (Red Hook, 12)
Former state place winner Greco is looking to finish his high school career with another state medal. McKernan was a state qualifier last year and went 2-2 in Albany. Degan and Norris are very scrappy, and Massey will be tough to beat in the D2 side!

145 Pounds
1. Jordan Brown (Monroe Woodbury, 12)
2. Luke Greiner (Minisink Valley, 11th)
3. Justin Coiteux (New Paltz, 11th)
4. Jackson Brady (Goshen, 12th)
5. Liam Holmes (Minisink Valley, 11th)
This weight is loaded! Brown is a 2X state place winner who might take the top prize in Albany this year! Greiner and Coiteux are both returning S9 champs who who went 1-2 at states. Holmes and Brady are very tough!

152 Pounds
1. PJ Duke (Minisink Valley, 10th)
2. Cole Cuppett (New Paltz, 12th)
3. George Thomas (Wallkill, 12th)
4. Tyler Desotle (Warwick, 11th)
5. Michael Accardo (Warwick, 11th)
Duke is a 2X state champion and is ranked in the top 3 in the nation by both Flo and MatScouts so I guess we will make him #1 here. PJ is as good as we have ever seen and he’s just a sophomore! Cuppett was the S9 D2 champ last season and is hoping to find his way to the podium in Albany in February. Thomas, Desotle, and Accardo had very good season’s last year and will be tough to beat this year!

160 Pounds
1. Tyler Reed (Cornwall, 12th)
2. Ryan Ross (Port Jervis, 11th)
3. Reece Greathouse (Marlboro, 11th)
4. Marco Martini (Wallkill, 12th)
5. Ibrahim Aljamal (Washingtonville, 12th)
Reed was a state qualifier at 152 last season and went 2-2 in Albany last year! Ross was the D2 champ at 145 last year and he also went 2-2 at states! Greathouse will surprise some people this year and don’t look past Martini and Aljamal!

172 Pounds
1. Joseph Ponesse (Newburgh Free Academy, 12)
2. Nick Cavallo (Cornwall, 12th)
3. Christian Hockx (Saugerties, 12th)
4. Logan Serafin (Washingtonville, 12th)
5. Quinten Morgan (Minisink Valley, 11th)
Pretty wide-open weight class here but Ponesse get the nod at the top spot to start the year. Cavallo, Hockx, and Serafin were all very solid last year and we should keep an eye on Morgan from MV who is very tough!

189 Pounds
1. Zack Ryder (Minisink Valley, 11th)
2. Andrew Filip (Minisink Valley, 12th)
3. Braydon Pennell (Pine Bush, 12th)
4. Bryson Tibbs (Middletown, 11th)
5. Christopher Leggett (Newburgh Free Academy, 10th)
When you are a 2X state champion, a World Bronze medalist, and ranked #2 in the nation by both Flo and MatScouts, I guess you are a pretty safe bet to be #1 in our rankings! Ryder has committed to Penn State and is a dominating wrestler. His teammate Filip finished 4th in NYS last year so he is our #2 followed by Pennell who was a state qualifier and gave Filip all he could handle in the S9 finals! Tibbs was also a state qualifier up at 215…this weight is loaded! Leggett had a very good year and will definitely be in the mix this year!

215 Pounds
1. Ethan Gallo (Minisink Valley, 12th)
2. Matthew Oosterom (Port Jervis, 11th)
3. Gavin Furst (Cornwall, 12th)
4. Nick York (Kingston, 12th)
5. Eryk Shammgod (Monroe Woodbury, 12th)
Gallo was the NYS champion at this weight last year and is poised for a repeat performance! Not too shabby for a 3-sport athlete who only wrestles a few months out of the year! Oosterom was a D2 state placer last season and will look to ascend to a higher step on the medal stand this February! Furst, York and Shammgod will all have very good season this year!

285 Pounds
1. Stephan Monchery (Middletown, 11th)
2. Rahmiere Bradley (Middletown, 11th)
3. Logan Ormand (New Paltz, 12th)
4. Charles Batista (Our Lady of Lourdes, 12th)
5. Aiden DeEntremont (Goshen, 12th)
Monchery placed 5th in NYS last season and will definitely be in the hunt for a state title this year. His teammate Bradley was also a state qualifier last year and might surprise some wrestlers this year – he’s tough! Ormand was our D2 champ last year and went 1-2 in Albany. He might find his way to the medal stand this year, but he’ll need to get past Batista who was a D2 state qualifier for S1 last year. DeEntremont finished the year strong last year and should not be overlooked!

Results – Section 9 Wrestlers in College

Keystone Classic

157 – Tommy Askey (Appalachian State, Pine Bush)
Rd 32: Askey maj 13-2 Foster (George Mason)
Rd 16: Askey maj 13-4 Alvarez (Franklin & Marshall)
Quarters: Askey dec 3-2 Ulrey (Virginia Tech)
Semis: Artalona (Penn) dec 5-4 Askey
Consi Semis: Askey dec 5-1 Kilic (Arizona State)
3rd/4th: Askey dec 3-1 Bond (Appalachian State)…Tommy takes 3rd!!

165 – Evan Barczak (Drexel, Monroe Woodbury)
Rd 23: Barczak tf 22-6 Ritacco (Sacred Heart)
Rd 16: Barczak maj 10-2 Ridge (UPenn)
Quarters: Barczak maj 8-0 Bost (Appalachian State)
Semis: Barczak dec 3-1 Kim (Harvard)
Finals: Brady (Virginia Tech) dec 5-3 Barczak…Evan takes 2nd!

Albion Invitational

123 Women’s – Sofia Macaluso (East Stroudsburg, Minisink Valley)
Quarters: Macaluso tf 13-0 Keesey (Hiram)
Semis: Macaluso f :29 Cancelmo (East Stroudsburg)
Finals: Macaluso f 1:54 Oberst (Albion)….Sofia is your champ!!!

130 Women’s – Mia Macaluso (East Stroudsburg, Minisink Valley)
Quarters: Macaluso f 1:14 Markoutsis (Aurora)
Semis: Macaluso f 1:04 Ruiz (Albion)
Finals: Janiak (Aurora) dec 16-12 Macaluso – Mia takes 2nd!!

149 Men’s – Brian Lombardi (East Stroudsburg, Minisink Valley)
Rd 32: Lombardi tf 20-5 Delgado (Henry Ford College)
Rd 16: Lombardi dec 3-2 Leko (Otterbein)
Quarters: Lombardi maj 14-2 Reilly (Aurora)
Semis: Remolina (East Stroudsburg) dec 6-4 Lombardi
Consi Semis: Falleni (East Stroudsburg) dec 6-3 Lombardi
5th/6th Place: Lombardi maj 14-0 Milanovich (Ohio Wesleyan)…Brian takes 5th!

184 Men’s – Max Winkler (East Stroudsburg, Goshen)
Rd 16: Winkler f :54 Kline (Rochester University)
Quarters: Winkler dec 4-3 DeBaillie (Augustana)
Semis: McDaniel (Albion) dec 10-5 Winkler
Consi Semis: Mullinax (Aurora) dec 5-2 Winkler
5th/6th Place: Winkler maj 12-2 Nelson (Cornerstone)…Max takes 5th!

Black Knight InvitationalArmy Results and Tommy Maddox

125 – Ethan Berginc
Rd 16: Berginc dec 7-3 Moon (Hofstra)
Quarters: Berginc dec 5-1 Spidle (Central Michigan)
Semis: Berginc dec 4-2 Steen (Penn State)
Finals: Berginc dec 3-1 Moran (Indiana)…Ethan is your champ!!!

125 – Charles Farmer
Rd 16: Farmer dec 9-6 Shindledecker (Penn State)
Quarters: Phaturos (Campbell) dec 3-2 Farmer
Consi 8 #2: Farmer dec 8-5 Vines (Columbia)
Consi 4: Farmer dec 3-2 Moon (Hofstra)
Consi Semis: Steen over Farmer (No Contest)
5th/6th: Farmer dec 4-2 Adams (Buffalo) …Farmer takes 6th!

133 – Tommy Maddox (Buffalo, Washingtonville)
Rd 16: Rhone (Bloomburg) maj 8-0 Maddox
Consi 8 #1: Maddox dec 5-1 Cabanillas (Brown)
Consi 8 #2: Maddox med fft Liardi (Hofstra)
Consi 4: Franco (Army) f 4:13 Maddox

133 – Rich Treanor
Rd 16: Treanor dec 9-4 Cabanillas (Brown)
Quarters: Rhone (Bloomsburg) dec 6-2 Treanor
Consi 8 #2: Treanor dec 7-5 Minnick (Buffalo)
Consi 4: Treanor f :34 Adrian (Brown)
Consi Semis: Porter (Indiana) NC over Treanor
5th/6th Place: Franco (Army) dec 3-2 Treanor…Treanor takes 6th!

133 – Ryan Franco
Rd 16: Franco dec 3-2 Bush (Buffalo)
Quarters: Porter (Indiana) dec 4-0 Franco
Consi 8 #2: Franco f 5:57 Thorton (Indiana)
Consi 4: Franco f 4:13 Maddox (Buffalo)
Consi Semis: Zaccone (Campbell) NC over Franco
5th/6th Place: Franco dec 3-2 Treanor (Army) …Franco takes 5th!

141 – Julian Sanchez
Rd 16: Sanchez tf 20-4 Casey (Hofstra)
Quarters: Hanna (Campbell) dec 7-5 Sanchez
Consi 8 #2: Sanchez dec 4-0 Merritt (Central Michigan)
Consi 4: Morris (Army) med fft Sanchez

141 – Mark Montgomery
Rd 16: Hoyle (Hofstra) dec 6-3 Montgomery
Consi 8 #1: Montgomery maj 11-1 Cassidy (Bloomsburg)
Consi 8 #2: Morris (Army) dec 9-3 Montgomery

141 – Tyler Morris
Rd 16: Morris dec 4-1 Duschek (Columbia)
Quarters: Bartlett (Penn State) maj 20-7 Morris
Consi 8 #2: Morris dec 9-3 Montgomery (Army)
Consi 4: Morris med fft Sanchez (Army)
Consi Semis: Rooks (Indiana) NC over Morris
5th/6th Place: Hoyle (Hofstra) dec 5-4 Morris..Tyler takes 6th!!

149 – Matt Williams
Rd 16: Williams dec 3-1 Rivera (Campbell)
Quarters: Williams de 5-3 Shrader (Central Michigan)
Semis: Lovett (Central Michigan) dec 10-3 Williams
Consi Semis: Williams NC over Burgess (Buffalo)
3rd/4th Place: Rooks (Indiana) dec 6-2 Williams…Matt takes 4th!

149 – Logan Brown
Quarters: Rooks (Indiana) dec 8-4 Brown
Consi 8 #2: Rivera (Campbell) dec 2-1 Brown

157 – Nate Lukez
Rd 16: Lukez dec 4-1 Rotkvich (Indiana)
Quarters: Lukez dec 9-3 Wachter (Central Michigan)
Semis: Haines (Penn State) dec 7-4 Lukez
Consi Semis: Lukez NC over McDaniel (Army)
3rd/4th Place: Lukez dec 7-3 Munson (Central Michigan)

157 – Tanner Craig
Rd 16: Gilcher (Indiana) maj 12-2 Craig
Consi 8 #1: Craig f 1:45 Leandreau (Hofstra)
Consi 8 #2: Nation (Campbell) f 1:20 Craig

157 – Trae McDaniel
Rd 16: Haines (Penn State) dec 8-2 McDaniel
Consi 8 #1: McDaniel maj 10-2 Balistrini (Bloomsburg)
Consi 8 #2: McDaniel dec 7-4 Gilcher (Indiana)
Consi 4: McDaniel f 2:08 Rotkvich (Indiana)
Consi Semis: Lukez (Army) NC over McDaniels
5th/6th Place: Nation (Campbell) dec 7-4 McDaniels

165 – Dalton Harkins
Rd 16: Harkins dec 6-4 Augustine (Campbell)
Quarters: Harkins dec 3-1 Berkovich (Columbia)
Semis: Lee (Penn State) dec 4-3 Harkins
Consi Semis: Harkins NC over Grover (Buffalo)
3rd/4th Place: Harkins dec 3-1 Hubbard (Central Michigan)…Dalton takes 3rd!

165 – Christian Hunt
Rd 16: Lillard (Indiana) dec 4-1 Hunt
Consi 8 #2: Hunt dec 5-2 Berkovich (Columbia)
Consi 4: Hunt dec 7-2 Simington (Hofstra)
Consi Semis: Hubbard (Central Michigan) NC over Hungt
5th/6th Place: Hunt dec 5-2 Grover (Buffalo)

174 – Ben Pasiuk
Rd 16: Pasiuk f 3:55 DeRosa (Bloomingburg)
Quarters: Pasiuk maj 9-1 Rees (Campbell)
Semis: Pasiuk dec 10-5 Cramer (Central Michigan)
Finals: Washington (Indiana) dec 16-9 Pasiuk..Ben takes 2nd!

174 – Dillon Sheehy
Rd 16: Sheehy f :53 Benedetti (Bloomsburg)
Quarters: Petite (Buffalo) dec 2-0 Sheehy
Consi 8 #2: Sheehy maj 13-3 Conrad (Brown)
Consi 4: Sheehy med fft McGill (Columbia)
Consi Semis: Cramer (Central Michigan) NC over Sheehy
5th/6th Place: Rees (Campbell) dec 3-1 Sheehy…Dillon takes 6th!

184 – Sahm Abdulrazzaq
Rd 16: Abdulrazzaq maj 12-3 Harris (Indiana)
Quarters: Abdulrazzaq dec 9-5 Tuttle (Bloomingburg)
Semis: Hoose (Buffalo) dec 3-1 Abdulrazzq
Consi Semis: Abdulrazzq NC over Cushman (Central Michigan)
3rd/4th Place: Ball (Penn State) dec 4-3 Abdulrazzq…Sahm takes 4th!

184 – Walker Stephenson
Quarters: Ferriera (Hofstra) tf 20-5 Stephenson
Consi 4: Cushman (Central Michigan) dec 6-3 Stephenson

184 – Dom Falcone
Rd 16: Cushman (Central Michigan) dec 3-2 Falcone
Consi 8 #2: Falcone dec 3-2 Tuttle (Bloomingburg)
Consi 4: Karpinski (Army) dec 3-1 Falcone

184 – Cole Karpinski
Quarters: Hoose (Buffalo) dec 7-2 Karpinski
Consi 4: Karpinski dec 3-1 Falcone (Army)
Consi Semis: Ball (Penn State) NC over Karpinski
5th/6th Place: Cushman (CMU) dec 8-1 Karpinski..Cole takes 6th!

197 – Kyle Swartz
Rd 16: Wolk (Brown) dec 11-4 Swartz
Consi 8 #1: Hoselton (Campbell) f 6:55 Swartz

197 – Danny Lawrence
Rd 16: Cochran (Penn State) maj 13-1 Lawrence
Consi 8 #1: Sollars (Indiana) dec 6-1 Lawrence

197 – Wolfgang Frable
Rd 16: Rogers (Hofstra) tf 23-8 Frable
Consi 8 #1: Wood (Central Michigan) dec 3-1 Frable

285 – Kade Carlson
Rd 16: Carlson f 1:07 Sans (Hofstra)
Quarters: Caves (Central Michigan) dec 4-1 Carlson
Consi 8 #2: Kaminski (Indiana) maj 8-0 Carlson

285 – Austin Kohlhofer
Rd 16: Kohlhofer tf 17-1 Mukai (Brown)
Quarters: Ghadiali (Campbell) maj 18-6 Kohlhofer
Consi 8 #2: Kohlhofer dec 6-2 McChesney (Columbia)
Consi 4: Kaminski med fft Kohlhofer

ECWC Championships @ Oswego State

125 – Liam Bullock (Brockport, Chester)
Rd 32: Bullock f 2:35 Farley (Oneonta)
Rd 16: Bullock f 2:05 Muriel (Ithaca)
Quarters: Bullock dec 6-4 sv Santore (Oswego)
Semis: Bullock dec 4-3 Berstler (Penn College of Tech)
Finals: Bullock MFF over Haycook (Ithaca)…Liam is your champ!

149 – Josh Sam (RIT, Middletown)
Rd 32: Goodrich (Penn College of Tech) maj 11-3 Sam
Consi 16 #2: Jens (Penn College of Tech) dec 3-1 Sam

157 – Nick Ross (Cortland, Onteora)
Rd 32: Ross f 1:06 Johnson (Oswego)
Rd 16: Ross f 1:56 Grodzki (RIT)
Quarters: Jones (Ithaca) dec 11-6 Ross
Consi 8 #2: Ross maj 17-1 Esterbrook (Penn College of Tech)
Consi 4: Rosario-Beato (Ithaca) inj def 1:55 Ross

165 – George Racz (Alfred State, Minisink Valley)
Rd 16: Gray (Ithaca) f :56 Racz
Consi 8 #1: Racz f 4:57 Pena (Oneonta)
Consi 8 #2: Sergi (Oneonta) f 2:19 Racz

165 – Elijah Timbrouck (Alfred State, Kingston)
Rd 16: Rd 16: Sergi (Oneonta) maj 11-2 Timbrouck
Consi 8 #1: Hecht (Ithaca) dec 14-8 Timbrouck

174 – Adonis Morano (Oneonta, Middletown)
Rd 16: Morano f 1:12 Miller (St. John Fisher)
Quarters: Morano f 6:35 Zenie (Brockport)
Semis: Crygas (Oneonta) tf 16-1 Morano
Consi Semis: Parker (Ithaca) maj 12-2 Morano
5th/6th Place: Morano med fft over Zenie (Brockport)…Adonis takes 5th!

174 – Steven Felice (Oswego, Monroe Woodbury)
Rd 16: Zenie (Brockport) maj 12-0 Felice
Consi 8 #1: Felice f 2:30 Miller (St. John Fisher)
Consi 8 #2: Balent (RIT) f 2:49 Felice

184 – Nick Florin (Oneonta, Pine Bush)
Rd 16: Florin dec 9-4 Coon (St. John Fisher)
Quarters: Eames (Brockport) f 2:26 Florin
Consi 8 #2: Goodemote (Cortland) f 1:04 Florin

197 – Jeremy Mazzella (Ithaca, Warwick)
Rd 16: Mazzella f 1:55 Sutliff (Penn College of Tech)
Quarters: Mazzella dec 8-1 Cascen (Oswego)
Semis: Sullivan (Brockport) dec 6-3 Mazzella
Consi Semis: Mazzella dec 10-3 Franco (Brockport)
3rd/4th Place: Ilges (Alfred State) dec Mazzella…Jeremy takes 4th!

285 – Joey Yanis (Brockport, Minisink Valley)
Rd 16: Yanis dec 7-0 Arriaza (Oswego)
Quarters: Yanis f 2:49 Renfrew (Alfred State)
Semis: Yanis dec 4-1 Albrecht (Alfred State)
Finals: Pine (Oneonta) dec 3-1 sv Yanis…Joey takes 2nd!

Other results from S9 Grads….
Matt Morris (Millersville, Red Hook) went 0-2 @ Shorty Hitchcock
Kole Brower dec 11-7 Tommy Maddox (Buffalo, Washingtonville) @ Armbar
Greg Fischer (Wesleyan, NFA) went 1-2 at Doug Parker
Jordan Suarez (Johnson & Wales, Minisink Valley) went 1-0 at Scotty Woods Duals

S9 in College – Week 2

Congratulations to Washingtonville graduate and current University of Buffalo wrestler Tommy Maddox for winning his pool at the Journeymen Collegiate Classic. Wrestling at 133 pounds, Maddox notched a 3-1 win over Army’s Jake Staud, a pin of Sacred Heart’s John Lafferty, and an 8-5 victory over Pitt-Johnstown’s Byron Daubert! Congratulations on a great day Tommy!

Army West Point @ The Journeymen Collegiate Classic

125 – Ethan Berginc finished 2-0 and won his pool
125 – Chalie Farmer finished 1-1 and took 3rd in his pool
133 – Daniel Urochuck went 0-3 in his pool
133 – Jake Staud went 0-3 in his pool
141 – Mark Montgomery went 2-2 and placed 3rd in his pool
141 – Eddie Hummel went 3-1 and won his pool!!!
141 – Shane Percelay went 3-0 and won his pool!!!
141 – Tyler Morris went 3-0 and won his pool!!!
149 – Logan Brown went 0-2 in his pool
149 – Matt Williams went 0-2 in his pool
149 – Cole Stone went 1-3 in his pool
149 – Zach Keal went 2-1 and placed 2nd in his pool
149 – Mark Mentz went 1-2 and placed 3rd in his pool
157 – Nate Lukez went 2-1 and placed 3rd in his pool
157 – Trae McDaniel went 2-1 and took 2nd in his pool
157 – Tanner Craig went 3-0 and won his pool!!!
165 – Dalton Harkins went 1-2 and placed 3rd in his pool
165 – Christian Hunt went 0-3 in his pool
165 – Joe Metz went 1-2 and placed 4th in his pool
165 – Kent Combs went 1-2 and placed 5th in his pool
174 – Dillo Sheehy went 2-1 and placed 2nd in his pool
184 – Sahm Abdul-Razzaq went 2-1 and placed 2nd in his pool
184 – Walker Stevenson went 2-1 and placed 2nd in his pool
197 – Danny Lawrence went 1-2 and placed 4th in his pool
197 – Kyle Swartz went 1-2 and placed 5th in his pool
197 – Wolfgang Frable went 2-0 with a NC and won his pool
197- Eli Pack went 2-0 with a NC and won his pool
197 – Thomas Godbee went 2-1 and placed 3rd in his pool
285 – Paul Robinson went 1-2 and placed 4th in his pool
285 – Cade Karlson went 1-2 and placed 5th in his pool
285 – Austin Kohlhofer went 3-0 and won his pool!!!!

Jonathan Kaloust Bearcat Open @ Binghamton University

125 – Marco Vespa (Penn State, Monroe Woodbury)
Rd 16: Bruce (Franklin & Marshall) f 5:31 Vespa
Consi 16 #2: Schafer (West Virginia) f 2:53 Vespa

285 – Ryan Ellefsen (SUNY Sullivan, Goshen)
Rd 16: Wolfgram (West Virginia) f 4:52 Ellefsen
Consi 16 #2: McChesney (Columbia) f 3:10 Ellefsen

Army Prep brought 9 wrestlers to the Bearcat Open and were led by Evan Anderson who placed 4th at 285! Anderson went 2-2 on the day and posted wins over Bucknell’s Dorian Crosby and Spartan Combat’s Ashton Davis! Also competing at the tournament for the Black Knight Prep wrestlers were Noah Tonsar (0-2 @ 125), Brayden Basile (2-2 @ 141), Gunner Filipowicz (4-2 @ 165), Micah Hunau (1-2 @ 165), Oscar Aranda (1-2 @ 165), Dakota Lee (1-2 @ 165), Lucas Stoddard (2-2 @ 285), and Gage Cook (0-2 @ 285).

Oswego State 24 Brockport 19Minisink Valley graduate Joey Yanis notched a 6-0 win for Brockport wrestling at 285 while Chester grad Liam Bullock, who also wrestles for Brockport, suffered a loss by fall wrestling at 125.

Army West Point @ WrangleMania

Round 1: Army 39 Sacred Heart 0
Round 2: Nebraska 25 Army 9

152 Pound Super Bout
PJ Duke (Minisink Valley) dec 4-3 Ladarion Lockett (Stillwater, OK)

Appalachian State Invitational

157 – Tommy Askey (Appalachian State, Pine Bush)
Rd 16: Kellar (Ohio) tf 16-0 Askey
Consi 8 #1: Askey dec 10-4 Dion (Gardner Webb)
Consi 8 #2: Thompson (Ohio) maj 13-5 Askey

Roger Williams Invitational

125 – Greg Fischer (Weselyan, Newburgh Free Academy)
Rd 16: Fischer dec 5-4 DuBois (Roger Williams)
Quarters: Schulz (Wisconsin – Eau Claire) dec 6-0 Fischer
Consi 8 #2: Dinerman (Roger Williams) dec 7-5 Fischer

133 – Drew Marchese (Castleton, Washingtonville)
Rd 16: Marchese maj 12-1 Tringali (Roger Williams)
Quarters: Fry (Johnson & Wales) dec 8-6 Marchese
Consi 8 #2: Marchese tech 19-2 Torres (Johnson & Wales)
Consi 4: Ford (Southern Maine) f 6:59 Marchese

141 – Jordan Suarez (Johnson & Wales, Minisink Valley)
Rd 16: Lombard (Roger Williams) dec 4-2 Suarez
Consi 16 #2: Suarez f 1:09 Taylor (Castleton)
Consi 8 #1: Gruen (Coast Guard) maj 14-2 Suarez

Racich Rumble

125 – Nicolo Ricciuto (York, Valley Central)
Rd 16: Adams (Ursinus) tf 21-6 Ricciuto
Consi 16 #2: Ricciuto dec 7-6 Santariello (St. John Fisher)
Consi 8 #1: Richard (Delaware Valley) tf 18-1 Ricciuto

157 – Nick Ross (Cortland, Onteora)
Rd 32: Ross tf 16-1 Coppola (St. John Fisher)
Rd 16: Furman (NYU) dec 2-1 Ross
Consi 16 #2: Sheehan (St. John Fisher) med fft Ross

174 – Pat Ross (Cortland, Onteora)
Rd 64: Kravits (King) dec 3-0 Ross
Consi 32 #2: Ross dec 13-7 Eddinger (Messiah)
Consi 16 #1: Ross tf 22-7 LeStrange (St. John Fisher)
Consi 16 #2: Ross f 1:55 Downey (Ursinus)
Consi 8 #1: Barker (Cortland) dec 12-5 Ross

174 – Devin Doty (Wilkes, Minisink Valley)
Rd 64: Paul (Johns Hopkins) f 1:26 Doty
Consi 32 #2: Edmondson (WPI) f 1:12 Doty

Tiger Style Invite

165 – Evan Barczak (Drexel, Monroe Woodbury)
Rd 16: Barczak tf 16-0 Cannedy (Little Rock)
Quarters: Barczak maj 8-0 Best (Maryland)
Semis: O’Toole (Missouri) f 7:00 Barczak
Consi Semis: Barczak f 2:15 Davis (Little Rock)
3rd/4th Place: Barczak de 7-1 Walsh (Drexel)..Evan takes 3rd!!!

Section 9 Wrestlers in College – Opening Week 11/2 – 11/6

East Stroudsburg Open – Men & Women
109 – Kaitlyn Potter (Elmira, Eldred)
Rd 16: Korredor (King) tech 10-0 Potter
Consi 8 #1: Potter tech 13-2 Bloom (Alvernia)
Consi 8 #2: Ortiz (unattached) f 1:03 Potter

116 – Abby Duke (Elmira, W. Sem but resides in Minisink)
Rd 16: Duke f 1:06 Hoyos (ESU)
Quarters: Duke dec 6-1 Moniz (Sacred Heart)
Semis: Chavez (King) f :17 Duke
3rd/4th: Duke tech 15-2 Dunn (ESU)…Abby takes 3rd!!

123 – Sofia Macaluso (ESU, Minisink Valley)
Rd 16: S. Macaluso f :37 Keesey (Hiram)
Quarters: S. Macaluso f 2:38 Foard (Wyoming Seminary)
Semis: Macaluso dec 9-3 Mendoza (King)
Finals: Baker (King) dec 6-6 criteria Macaluso…Sofia takes 2nd!

130 – Mia Macaluso (ESU, Minisink Valley)
Rd 16: M. Macaluso f :37 Bazemore (Gannon)
Quarters: M. Macaluso tech :25 Smith (Hiram)
Semis: Macaluso tec 10-0 :23 Buck (Tiffin)
Finals: DeLawder (King) techs 18-7 Macaluso…Mia takes 2nd!

141 – Matt Morris (Millersville, Red Hook)
Quarters: Johnson (AIC) dec 4-0 Morris
Consi 4: Wickramaratna (Kutztown) f 4:13 Morris

149 – Brian Lombardi (ESU, Minisink Valley)
Rd 16: Alicea (Kutztown) dec 16-10 Lombardi
Consi 8 #1: Lombardi dec 5-1 Vension (Centenary)
Consi 8 #2: Lombardi f 6:02 Mangiafico (AIC)
Consi 4: Remolina (ESU) dec 3-1 Lombardi

157 – Pedro Rosales (ESU, Middletown)
Rd 16: Morth (AIC) f 3:13 Rosales
Consi 16 #2: Lallkissoon (unattached) dec 5-2 Rosales

165 – Justin Halbert (ESU, Highland)
Rd 16: Halbert dec 13-7 Williams (AIC)
Quarters: Horton (Kutztown) f 4:12 Halbert
Consi 4: Kimbor (Kutztown) f 1:59 Halbert

184 – Max Winkler (ESU, Goshen)
Rd 16: Mackiernen (AIC) dec 6-2 Winkler
Consi 8 #1: Winkler dec 6-4 Llanas (Centenary)
Consi 8 #2: Lee (ESU) f 2:37 Winkler

Clarion Open
133 – Tommy Maddox (Buffalo, Washingtonville)
Rd 16: Maddox maj Martinec (Clarion)
Quarters: Norris (Purdue) dec 10-5 Maddox
Consi 8 #2: Carter (Gardner Webb) dec 7-2 Maddox

285 – Ryan Ellefsen (SUNY Sullivan, Goshen)
Rd 16: Griess (Navy) f 4:03 Ellefsen
Consi 16 #2: Ellefsen f 4:28 Gabriel (Maryland)
Consi 8 #1: Ellefsen f 2:31 Boggan (Kent)
Consi 8 #2: Ellefsen f 5:32 Semenenko (Brown)
Consi 4: Chapman (Clarion) dec 8-2 Ellefsen
7th/8th: Ellefsen NC Sottolano (Edinboro)….Ryan places top 8!!!

Lycoming Invitational
157A Fresh/Soph – Nick Ross (Cortland, Onteora)
Rd 1: Ross f 1:03 Coppola (St. John’s Fischer)
Rd 2: Ross f :13 Cirincione (Oneonta State)
Rd 3: Ross maj 21-9 Choback (York)

174B Fresh/Soph – Pat Ross (Cortland, Onteora)
Rd 1: Ross maj 16-3 Berry (Elmira)
Rd 2: Ross f :42 Ramos (Oneonta State)
Rd 3: Ross dec 3-2 Callahan (Otterbein)

174 Junior/Senior – Adonis Morano (Oneonta, Middletown)
Rd 1: Barker (Cortland) f 4:40 Morano
Rd 2: Sauer (Oneonta State) dec 8-3 Morano
Rd 3: Morano f :21 Haubner (St. John’s Fischer)

197 Junior/Senior – Steven Gazzillo (Cortland, Cornwall)
Rd 1: Setliff (Otterbein) f 2:38 Gazzillo
Rd 2: Crebs (Lycoming) f :52 Gazzillo
Rd 3: Gazzillo f 2:19 Thomas (Otterbein)

Princeton Open
285 – Will Leonard (Presbyterian, Cornwall)
Quarters: Enderson (Army Prep) dec 4-0 Leonard
Consi 8 #2: Cook (Army Prep) dec 3-1 Leonard

Ithaca Invitational
133 – Andrew Marchese (Castleton, Washingtonville)
Rd 32: Blaess (Baldwin Wallace) maj 13-3 Marchese
Consi 16 #1: Marchese tf 16-0 Merola (Norwich)
Consi 16 #2: Marchese maj 19-8 Cope (Western New England)
Consi 8 #1: Marchese tech 18-3 Montiero (Western New England)
Consi 8 #2: Marchese med fft Mendez-Membreno (Springfield)
Consi 4: Marchese dec 9-2 Weaver (Delaware Valley)
Consi Semis: Gonyea (Castleton) dec 4-3 Marchese
5th/6th Place: Marchese dec 5-2 Kelly (Delaware Valley)…Drew takes 5th!

141 – Jordan Suarez (Johnson & Wales, Minisink Valley)
Rd 32: Suarez f 2:05 Rovnak (Muskingum)
Rd 16: Steward (Springfield) f 3:35 Suarez
Consi 16 #2: Suarez maj 10-2 Saylor (Oswego State)
Consi 8 #1: Suarez dec 11-6 Harvey (Delaware Valley)
Consi 8 #2: Garcia (Johnson & Wales) dec 12-10 Suarez

174 – Steven Felice (Oswego State, Monroe Woodbury)
Rd 16: Glaropoulos (Western New England) maj 12-0 Felice
Consi 16 #2: Felice dec 8-7 Saeturn (Norwich)
Consi 8 #1: Cooper (Johnson & Wales) dec 8-3 Felice

197 – Jeremy Mazzella (Ithaca, Warwick)
Rd 32: Cascen (Oswego State) dec 9-3 Mazzella
Consi 16 # 1: Mazzella maj 13-4 Durkin (Western New England)
Consi 16 #2: Mazzella f :38 Daniel (Oswego State)
Consi 8 #1: Mazzella f 2:19 Jennings (Castleton)
Consi 8 #2: McLaughlin (Western New England) maj 10-2 Mazzella

285 – Devin Dixon (Castleton, New Paltz)
Rd 32: Flynn (Delaware Valley) f 2:11 Dixon
Consi 16 # 1: Boahen (Western New England) maj 17-7 Dixon

Southeast Open
157 – Tommy Askey (Appalachian State, Pine Bush)
Rd 32: Askey dec 6-5 Ulrey (Virginia Tech)
Rd 16: Askey tech 19-4 Hockensmith (Franklin & Marshall)
Quarters: Askey dec 3-1 Roberts (West Virginia)
Semis: Dowling (West Virginia) dec 3-1 sv Askey
3rd/4th Place: Hornfeck (W. Virginia) dec 4-3 Askey… Tommy takes 4th!

Adrian Invite
165 (Fresh/Soph) – George Racz (Alfred State, Minisink Valley)
Rd 32: Racz f 2:37 Labon (Henry Ford College)
Rd 16: Morris (Wabash) dec 10-5 Racz
Consi 8 #1: Racz f 1:02 Keefe (Pittsburgh-Bradford)
Consi 8 #2: Bautista (Adrian) dec 15-11 Racz

165 (Fresh/Soph) – Elijah Timbrouck (Alfred State, Kingston)
Rd 32: Timbrouck dec 7-4 Hendricks (Wabash)
Rd 16: Bautista (Adrian) maj 11-3 Timbrouck
Consi 16 #2: Timbrouck fft over Beenie (Adrian)
Consi 8 #1: Mansfield (Cornerstone) dec 10-6 Timbrouck

Mount Union Invitational
125 – Liam Bullock (Brockport, Chester)
Rd 16: Bullock maj 16-4 Tillet (Mount Union)
Quarters: Samano (Ferrum) dec 14-10 Bullock
Consi 8 #2: Bullock f 2:25 Ortlip (West Liberty)
Consi 4: Bullock f 2:37 Gabler (Gannon)
Consi Semis: Bullock dec 8-6 Gonzalez (West Liberty)
3rd/4th Place: Bullock f 1:07 Proctor (Ferrum)…Liam takes 3rd!!!

285 – Joe Yanis (Brockport, Minisink Valley)
Rd 16: Yanis f 2:57 Ryder (Mount Union)
Quarters: Dixon (Ferrum) dec 3-1 Yanis
Consi 8 #2: Yanis f :50 Mills (Mount Union)
Consi 4: Yanis maj 10-1 Ray (Ferrum)
Consi Semis: Yanis maj 10-2 Brownlee (Ohio Northern)
3rd/4th Place: Reese (Gannon) med fft Yanis… Joey takes 4th!!

Ned McGinley Invitational
125 – Nicolo Ricciuto (York, Valley Central)
Rd 16: Dinerman (Roger Williams) dec 8-3 Ricciuto
Consi 16 #2: Ricciuto f 2:35 Lamb (Waynesburg)
Consi 8 #1: Schifter (Scranton) dec 8-1 Ricciuto

149 – Josh Sam (RIT, Middletown)
Rd 32: Sam tech 17-2 Hughes (Wilkes)
Rd 16: Chavez (NYU) maj 17-5 Sam
Consi 16 #2: Sam dec 7-0 Grater (Wilkes)
Consi 8 #1: Sam med fft Lightfoot (NYU)
Consi 8 #2: Williams (Roger Williams ) med fft Sam

174 – Devin Doty (Wilkes, Minisink Valley)
Rd 16: Dougherty (RIT) f 1:29 Doty
Consi 16 #2: Cardozo (Roger Williams) tech 15-0 Doty

Dual Meets
East Stroudsburg – Men 41 Springfield 9
Brian Lombardi (ESU, Minisink Valley) won by pin at 141 pounds

Elmira College 25 East Stroudsburg – Women 22
Sofia and Mia Macaluso (ESU, Minisink Valley) both won by forfeit

East Stroudsburg – Women 31 Western New England 12
123: Sofia Macaluso wbf over Victoria Orender
136: Mia Macaluso wbf over Samantha Groncki

2022-2023 Army West Point Wrestling Preview – 197 & HWT

A combination of youth and experience will be the recipe at the big weights, as Army preps for their season opener on Sunday at home vs Oregon State! I hope to see everyone there!!!

197 Pounds

Lawrence
Daniel Lawrence

Three PA products are all options at this weight, with junior Daniel Lawrence the projected starter. He was 15-8 last year at 184 and makes the move up in an attempt to secure a starting role. He will be challenged by Georgia product Tom Godbee who was 11-9 at this weight last year. Keystone staters Kyle Swartz and Wolfgang Frable are options, as well as Eli Pack who was at USMAPS last year.

Heavyweight

Carlson
Kade Carlson

Utah product Kade Carlson is back after winning matches at the EIWA tourney last year. He was 14-7 in his freshman campaign. Senior Paul Robinson will be a threat here as well, he brings a 23-19 overall record into his final year. Black Knight fans should be excited for the arrival of freshman Austin Kohlhofer, an Ohio product who was the 5th ranked HS HWT in the nation last year. Clearly the upper weights are a strength for Coach Ward and the Knights

2022-2023 Army West Point Wrestling Preview – 174 & 184

174 Pounds

Pasiuk
Captain Ben Pasiuk

Junior Captain Ben Pasiuk returns after two consecutive trips to the NCAA Tourney. He is a former EIWA champ and looks to improve on a season where he won bouts at the NCAAs. The Ohio native begins the season ranked #21 in the nation.

184 Pounds


Sahm Abdul- Razzaq is the projected starter for the Black Knights. He saw duty here last year, recording a key win in the team’s victory over Lehigh. Abdul- Razzaq finished last year 12-9 and enters his senior season 36-22 overall.

Kevin Ward has ample depth in this weight range, with veterans like Dom Falcone

Abdulrazzaq
Sahm Abdul-Razzaq

and Walker Stephenson ready to go. Rookie Cole Karpinski was a PA state runner-up. Another junior who will push for time is Dillon Sheehy, who moves into this weight range from 157 last year.

2022-2023 Army West Point Wrestling Preview – 157 & 165

With the 2022-2023 season about to kick off, let’s look at our next two weight classes – 157 and 165! The Army West Point wrestling season begins on Sunday November 6th in Christl Arena with The Black Knight Scramble where the Army will lock horns in dual meets against Oregon State, Queens University of Charlotte, and LIU. Oregon State is currently ranked #23 in the nation!

157 Pounds

Lukez
Nate Lukez

Nate Lukez is back, and the team captain opens the season in the national rankings at #29. The PA native will look to climb the ladder again some tough competition right out of the gate. Tanner Craig, another junior, is a viable option for Coach Ward here as well. Keep your eye on freshman Trae McDaniel- who could very well win the spot. He was 17-5 at Prep last year. Caden Blust, Kenny Kaiser and Ryan Alvarado could also compete here.

165 Pounds

Harkins
Dalton Harkins

Dalton Harkins had a strong freshman season and is back at this weight. He spent much of the year in the national rankings and posted 24 wins. Senior captain Christian Hunt will also look to break into the lineup after a season as a spot starter. Joe Metz and freshman Kent McCombs are also available.