The 2012 Warwick wrestling team has proved that last year was no fluke. The Wildcats dominated the competition and was once again crowned the Section 9 Wrestling D1 Tournament Champions. Warwick had eight finalists, crowned five champions, and outscored second place Monroe Woodbury by over 50 points. They also captured all of the individual awards as Kyle Wierzbicki was chosen as MOW and also received a share of the Mike DeCapua award for Most Exciting Match of the Night for his 15-6 victory over Port Jervis’ Bret Sauschuck. Seventh-grader Ryan Ferro received the Cody Terry Award for the best first year varsity wrestler. Ferro placed second to Cornwalls TJ Kreider at 113 pounds.
99: Gerald Daly (Minisink Valley) pin Vinny Vespa (Monroe-Woodbury) :53
106: John Stramiello (Pine Bush) d. Mike Raccioppi (Minisink Valley) 3-1
113: T.J. Kreider (Cornwall) d. Ryan Ferro (Warwick) 10-1
120: Justin Corradino (Warwick) pin Bryan Mongiello (Washingtonville) 1:42
126: Tom Murphy (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Brett Johnson (Cornwall) 7-3
132: Luke Roth (Cornwall) d. Tom Wightman (Warwick) 12-4
138: Shane Connolly (Warwick) pin Dylan Muller (Port Jervis) 3:53
145: Kyle Wierzbicki (Warwick) d. Bret Sauschuck (Port Jervis) 15-6
152: Ryan Bedross (Warwick) d. J.P. Vandercliff (Monroe-Woodbury) 7-2
160: Dan DeCarlo (Port Jervis) d. Pat Sause (Pine Bush) 7-2
170: Colin Casey (Washingtonville) tech. fall Kyle McGuire (Newburgh Free Academy) 18-3, 5:00.
182: Bilal Hasan (Valley Central) d. Anthony Sannella (Minisink Valley) 10-4
195: Deon Edmond (Kingston) d. Pavel Gorelov (Warwick) 3-2
220: Connor Leavell (Warwick) d. Shane Hanlon (Minisink Valley) 8-0
285: Ethan Stanley (Saugerties) d. Seth Stauble (Kingston) 5-2