S9 Results From the Journeymen World Classic

Drexel bound Evan Barczak

Several Section 9 wrestlers competed in the Journeymen World Classic on Saturday.  This freestyle event showcased some of the best talent from not only the USA but from several other countries as well!

Evan Barczak – 3rd Place in the 152A Pool
The Drexel bound Monroe Woodbury senior went 3-1 and took 3rd place in the top pool at 152 pounds.  He recorded convincing victories over NYS place winners Matt Grippi and Zach Lawrence before dropping a close match to Phil Conigliaro of MA.  In his medal match, Barczak teched Canadian wrestler Gunnar Sales 14-4 to take home bronze!

This weight was won by 4X NYS champion Yianni Diakomihalis who made his return to action from elbow surgery in convincing fashion.  The 2X Cadet World Champion notched a :20 wbf, a :35 tech, a :39 tech and then a 10-0 1st period tech over Conigliaro in the finals!  Welcome back Yianni!

Marco Vespa – 8th Place in the 120A Pool
This pool was loaded but Marco wrestled hard and finished 8th out of 12 wrestlers. To put it in perspective, the 9th, 10th, and 11th place finishers in 120A finished 5th, 3rd, and 3rd respectively in the NYS tournament this year (Gonyea, Redding, Sciotto).  Vespa went 1-3 on the day with his win coming by pin over Michigan state champ Corey Gamet.

Noah Curreri – 3rd Place in the 170B Pool
The Eldred senior went 3-2 on the day and took 3rd place in the B pool at 170 pounds.  Curreri, who will be wrestling at Queens University for newly hired head coach Ken Chertow in the fall, recorded impressive wins over Ryan Devivo (13-8) and Bryson Alsteen (10-4).

Dylan Earl – 2rd Place in the 120B Pool
The NYS placer from Monroe Woodbury took 2nd out of 5 wrestlers in a very tough 120B pool.  His only loss was to Joseph Manginelli from NJ.  Earl notched wins over Ethan Ferro, Stone Lewis, and Pedro Quiros and won by fft finishing 4-1 for the day!

Joe McGinty – 7th Place at 132A
This weight had only one pool and it was pretty loaded!  The Monroe Woodbury freshman wrestled hard but lost both of his matches for the day.  This was definitely a great learning experience for McGinty though.

The Bald and Fat Classic Wrestling Tournament

As part of the non-profit Pearl River Wrestling Association, we are giving back to our community by Hosting the Bald and Fat Classic Wrestling tournament in Pearl River, NY. This tournament is dedicated to help support Liam through his recovery process.

Liam Frawley has, for the past 11 years been the Athletic Director for South Orangetown Central School District.

Now, he needs our help.

Last year, Liam suffered through a traumatic brain aneurysm shortly after climbing Mount Washington with his son. He is currently facing a very long and painful rehabilitation and needs all the support he can get.

This tournament is 19+ and is geared for guys who just want to get on the mat after a long time off. Its for those who love the sport of wrestling and everything it teaches. Families and wrestlers from all around will be attending this event to watch their loved ones wrestle and have fun for a good cause. Most of all it’s a fundraiser for Liam, and is  designed specifically to be a fun and rewarding day of friendly competition for the whole community to participate in.

On behalf of the Pearl River Wrestling Association, it is my pleasure to extend an invitation to you to The Bald & Fat Classic wrestling tournament. Your friends, family, and anyone involved in your community is invited to this event. This will be a great event filled with food, friends, family, and of course… wrestling!

If you are not able to attend or participate in the tournament I would greatly appreciate if you could share Liam’s story with your community. As the athletic director, your support is invaluable and can help us raise our profile, increase our attendance, and make this a successful event.

WHERE: At Pearl River High School in Pearl River, NY
WHEN: May 13, 2017 9:30AM

To learn more about Liam Frawley and our fundraiser the Bald and Fat Classic, please visit www.pearlriverwrestling.com/BFC for details, sign up information and more.

Weekend Recap…Busy Week For Local Wrestlers

Pinning Down Autism
Congratulations to Goshen senior Ryan Ellefsen and Monroe Woodbury sophomore Marco Vespa for being selected to represent Team NY at this year’s Pinning Down Autism All-Start Duals!  This year’s event was a tri-meet between New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.  Team NJ put together the most decorated team in the field and rolled through the competition defeating NY by a score of 41-9 and Team PA 44-13.  Team PA defeated NY by a score of 28-24.  Both local had a tough day going a combined 0-4 but it was an honor to be selected for the team and for suporting a great cause!

Gene Mills Eastern Nationals
I went through the brackets to identify 1st and 2nd place finishers from Section 9. My apologies if I missed anyone…please feel free to add in comments or email me at sectionixwrestling@gmail.com.

90: Nikko Walsh (Rondout Valley) – 2nd Place
UNL: Adam Fenner (Minisink Valley) – 1st Place

185: Joey Yanis (Minisink Valley) – 1st Place
UNL: Andrew Fenner (Minisink Valley) – 2nd Place

160: Tristen Schiafo (Red Hook) – 2nd Place
195: Joey Yanis (Minisink Valley) – 1st Place
285: Andrew Fenner (Minisink Valley) – 2nd Place

MAWA Districts @ Middletown HS
Middletown High School hosted a MAWA North District tournament on Saturday. Click HERE for full results!

Noah Curreri Takes 6th at FloNationals!!!

2017 Flo All-American Noah Curreri

Congratulations to Eldred wrestler Noah Curreri for taking 6th place at 160 pounds at FloNationals!  Curreri went 5-3 in an extremely competitive bracket which was won by Trent Hidlay from PA, the #3 ranked 160 pounder in the nation!  All three of Curreri’s losses were to wrestlers who also placed (#2, #4, and #5).  Curreri is also a 2X NYS placewinner and finished 2nd in Albany this year. Awesome job Noah!

Monroe Woodbury junior Dylan Earl also competed this weekend and went 1-2!  Great job Dylan!

Below are the results for both Noah and Dylan.

Dylan Earl (Monroe Woodbury)
Rd 32: Earl dec 9-6 Seibert (unattached)
Rd 16: Rohrbaugh (Team Nauman) wbf 3:15 Earl
Consi Rd 16 #2: Witmer (Bison Legend) tech 16-0 Earl

Noah Curreri (Eldred)
Rd 64: Curreri dec 8-1 Bradley (Athens)
Rd 32: Curreri dec 4-3 Giantonio (VA Elite)
Rd 16: Curreri maj 11-1 Dempsey (Flat River Wrestling)
Quarters: Hastings (unattached) maj 9-0 Curreri
Consi Rd 8 #2: Curreri  dec 12-5 Kata (Seagulls)
Consi Rd 4: Curreri dec 5-4 Giantonio (VA Elite)
Consi semis: Tiongson (Ground Control) dec 8-3 Curreri
5th Place Match: Cuomo (Iowa Style) dec 3-0 Curreri

Earl and Curreri at FloNationals

Dylan Earl (Monroe Woodbury)
Rd 32: Earl dec 9-6 Seibert (unattached)
Rd 16: Rohrbaugh (Team Nauman) wbf 3:15 Earl
Consi Rd 16 #2: Witmer (Bison Legend) tech 16-0 Earl

Noah Curreri (Eldred)
Rd 64: Curreri dec 8-1 Bradley (Athens)
Rd 32: Curreri dec 4-3 Giantonio (VA Elite)
Rd 16: Curreri maj 11-1 Dempsey (Flat River Wrestling)
Quarters: Hastings (unattached) maj 9-0 Curreri
Consi Rd 8 #2: Curreri  dec 12-5 Kata (Seagulls)
Consi Rd 4: Curreri dec 5-4 Giantonio (VA Elite)
Consi semis: Tiongson (Ground Control) dec 8-3 Curreri
5th Place Match: Cuomo (Iowa Style) dec 3-0 Curreri

Barczak, Elfstrum, and Ellefsen Place at Senior Nationals!

Photo by Lisa Elfstrum

Congratulations to Evan Barczak, Kendall Elfstrum, and Ryan Ellefsen for achieving All-American status at the 2017 NHSCA High School Nationals in Virginia Beach!  All three seniors will be wrestling at the Division 1 level in the fall!  Barczak will be attending Drexel, Elfstrum is going to Princeton, and Ellefsen will be taking his skills to Clarion.

Barczak, who attends Monroe Woodbury, finished 5th at 160 pounds this weekend.  He went 6-2 at a 160 pound weight class that had 88 wrestlers in the bracket!   Elfstrum was S9’s highest place winner with his 3rd place finish at 182 pounds!  Also a Crusader. Kendall went 6-1 with his only loss was a 1-point loss in the semis to Michael Battista who finished 2nd. Elfstrum won the NYS chamionship at 195 pounds last month!  Goshen senior Ryan Ellefsen went 7-2 at 220 pounds and took 5th place.  He lost in the Round of 32 and battled all the way back to the podium!  Great job all three young men!

Fea and Fenner Take Medal Stand in Middle School Division
Also a big congratulations to Nicky Fea (Goshen) and Adam Fenner (Minisink Valley) for placing in the NHSCA Middle School Division!  Fea came in 2nd at 85 pounds dropping a very exciting 6-4 sudden victory decision in the finals to fellow New Yorker Stevo Poulin. Fenner dropped his opening round match but wrestled back tough and finished the day 4-2 and took 5th place at 230 pounds!  Great job boys!

NHSCA Nationals

27 Local Wrestlers Entered For Nationals in Virginia Beach

Best of luck to all of the Section 9 wrestlers who are competing at this weekend’s NHSCA Middle School and High School Nationals in Virginia Beach.  Match by match results for all local wrestlers below!

113 – Tyler Lynch (Minisink Valley)
Rd 32: Dabelko (CO) dec 12-9 Lynch
Consie Rd 16 #1: Lynch wbf 1:02 Lenz (WA)
Consie Rd 16 #2: Lynch wbf 3:40 Cerillo (FL)
Consie Rd 8 #1: Lynch dec 1-0 Rivera (NY)
Consie Rd 8 #2: Pacheo (CA) dec 4-0 Lynch
160 – Evan Barczak (Monroe Woodbury)
Rd 64: Barczak maj 11-2 Welham (CO)
Rd 32: Barczak maj 13-3 Kinsey (NC)
Rd 16: Barczak maj 12-3 Rocco (PA)
Quarterfinals: O’Reilly (MN) dec 6-5 Barczak
Consie Rd 8 #2: Barczak dec 5-1 Curreri
Consie Rd 4: Barczak dec 5-1 Discher (UT)
Consie Semis: Johnson (NC) dec 2-1 Barczak
5th Place Match: Barczak dec 6-1 Mosca (NY)
160 – Noah Curreri (Eldred)
Rd 64: Glasgow (NJ) maj 13-5 Curreri
Consie Rd 64: Curreri dec 8-3 Small (FL)
Consie Rd 32 #1: Curreri dec 6-0 Corwin (NC)
Consie Rd 32 #2: Curreri tech 17-1 Cornish (NC)
Consie Rd 16 #1: Curreri dec 3-1 Vernaza (FL)
Consie Rd 16 #2: Curreri dec 3-2 Deffenbaugh (FL)
Consie Rd 8 #1: Curreri dec 14-8 Carpenter (VA)
Consie Rd 8 #2: Barczak dec 5-1 Curreri
182 – Kendall Elfstrum (Monroe Woodbury)
Rd 64: Elfstrum maj 17-7 Ashway (GA)
Rd 32: Elfstrum dec 8-7 Crislip (OH)
Rd 16: Elfstrum dec 4-1 Heywood (UT)
Quarterfinals: Elfstrum dec 6-0 Surich (NJ)
Semifinals: Battista (VA) dec 10-9 Elfstrum
Consie Semis: Elfstrum dec 7-2 Loomer (CA)
3rd Place Match: Elfstrum dec 4-3 Walton (NJ)
220 – Ryan Ellefsen (Goshen)
Rd 64: Ellefsen dec 6-0 Cobbs (VA)
Rd 32: Pomeroy (WV) dec 8-6 Ellefsen
Consie Rd 16 #1: Ellefsen wbf 1:49 Roucher (VT)
Consie Rd 16 #2: Ellefsen wbf 2:09 Mason (IL)
Consie Rd 8 #1: Ellefsen dec 7-0 Walters (PA)
Consie Rd 8 #2: Ellefsen for Knighton-ward (NY)
Consie Rd 4: Ellefsen wbf 1:29 Marcano (FL)
Consie Semis: Lacombe (NJ) dec 8-3 Ellefsen
5th Place Match: Ellefsen wbf 3:53 Green (WA)

126 – Connor Greiner (Minisink Valley)
Rd 128: Greiner wbf 2:53 Schell (CT)
Rd 64: Attasouav (MA) dec 7-1 Greiner
Consie Rd 64: Greiner maj 11-0 Paul (VA)
Consie Rd 32 #1: Greiner wbf 3:02 Crockett (AK)
Consie Rd 32 #2: Greiner dec 7-1 Sams (NY)
Consie Rd 16 #1: Gonzales (CO) dec 6-0 Greiner
132 – Vinny Vetrano (Minisink Valley)
Rd 128: Vetrano dec 7-5 Taylor (WV)
Rd 64: Ervin (KY) dec 8-2 Vetrano
Consie Rd 64: Vetrano dec 5-0 Cascione (FL)
Consie Rd 32 #1: Vetrano maj 13-0 Shelbourne (VA)
Consie Rd 32 #2: Isbrandt (OH) dec 5-1 Vetrano
138 – Dom Vetrano (Minisink Valley)
Rd 128: Vetrano maj 12-0 Andrews (RI)
Rd 64: Garcia (AZ) wbf 1:33 Vetrano
Consie Rd 64: Vetrano dec 3-1 Grigsby (ID)
Consie Rd 32 #1: Vetrano maj 12-0 Brady (FL)
Consie Rd 32 #2: Vetrano dec 2-1 Mehaffney (PA)
Consie Rd 16 #1: Vetrano dec 1-0 Sellmer (IN)
Consie Rd 16 #2:  Vetrano dec 5-2 Stika (OH)
Consie Rd 8 #1: Vetrano dec 6-5 Daub (NC)
Consie Rd 8 #2: Johnson (KY) dec 8-2 Vetrano
152 – Dillon Ross (Onteora)
Rd 64: Price (NC) dec 3-2 Ross
Consie Rd 64 #2: Ross maj 11-0 Hajduck (GA)
Consie Rd 32 #1: Ross dec 6-1 Lucas (AK)
Consie Rd 32 #2: Ross dec 4-3 Hill (AL)
Consie Rd 16 #1: Ross dec 2-1 Barrett (CT)
Consie Rd 16 #2: Miller (VA) dec 6-0 Ross
160 – Shaun Burgos (Pine Bush)
Rd 128: Burgos dec 14-10 Barr (PA)
Rd 64: Bylick (FL) wbf 1:07 Burgos
Consie Rd 64 #2: Burgos wbf :35 Hussar (OH)
Consie Rd 32 #1: Burgos dec 12-7 Murray (SC)
Consie Rd 32 #2: Kennedy (VA) dec 11-4 Burgos
170 – Timmy Ganuncio (Minisink Valley)
Rd 128: Barth (OH) dec 7-4 Ganuncio
Consie Rd 64 #2: Ganuncio dec 11-5 Parrish (NY)
Consie Rd 32 #1: Ganuncio dec 8-5 Kohlins (GA)
Consie Rd 32 #2: Ganuncio dec 7-4 Larkin (MN)
Consie Rd 16 #1: Dickman (FL) dec 6-4 Ganuncio
170 – Adonis Morano (Middletown)
Rd 64: Morano dec 3-1 Cooper (MT)
Rd 32: Forrester (GA) maj 14-6 Morano
Consie Rd 32 #2: Kugg (NY) dec 6-2 Morano
182 – Joey Yanis (Minisink Valley)
Rd 64: Yanis wbf 4:51 Seeney (KY)
Rd 32: Yanis wbf 5:00 Little (GA)
Rd 16: Steefen (MN) dec 3-2 Yanis
Consie Rd 16 #2: Matheny (VA) dec 6-2 Yanis
285 – Andrew Fenner (Minisink Valley)
Rd 32: Fenner dec 3-1 Mantalvo (VA)
Rd 16: Ridley (GA) wbf 5:25 Fenner
Consie Rd 16 #2: Fenner wbf 2:24 Sidle (NJ)
Consie Rd 8 #1: McWilliams (IN) dec 2-0 Fenner

120 – Marco Vespa (Monroe Woodbury)
Rd 128: Caruso (DE) wbf 5:28 Vespa
Consie Rd 64: Castle (IL) fft Vespa
126 – Nick Curreri (Eldred)
Rd 128: Peterson (WA) dec 8-4 Curreri
Consie Rd 64: Thompson (NJ) dec 5-0 Curreri
126 – Frank Fea (Goshen)
Rd 64: Garcia (IN) dec 5-3 Fea
Consi Rd 64: Fea wbf 1:59 Shook (NC)
Consie Rd 32 #1: Fea dec 10-5 Marquez (NM)
Consie Rd 32 #2: Spadafora (NY) dec 6-4 Fea
132 – Nick Albornoz (Minisink Valley)
Rd 64: Albornoz wbf :35 Canrobert (NC)
Rd 32: Rolle (OK) wbf :55 Albornoz
Consi Rd 32 #2: Albornoz maj 14-0 Eure (MD)
Consie Rd 16 #1: Karst (WY) wbf 3:50 Albornoz
145 – Steven Gazzillo (Cornwall)
Rd 128: Fasano (CO) dec 8-4 Gazzillo
Consie Rd 64: Gazzillo wbf 2:50 Krause (NY)
Consie Rd 32 #1: Villarreal (CA) dec 8-1 Gazzillo
152 – Kraig Thomas (Wallkill)
Rd 128: Thomas wbf 5:09 Carr (WV)
Rd 64: Podsednick (MD) maj 14-0 Thomas
Consie Rd 32 #1: Thomas dec 5-1 Robert (CT)
Consie Rd 32 #2: Thomas dec 5-4 Barnes (NC)
Consie Rd 16 #1: Selmi (ND) dec 4-2 Thomas
182 – Will Leonard (Cornwall)
Rd 32: Nutt (NJ) dec 10-4 Leonard
Consie Rd 32 #2: Leonard wbf 2:16 McCubbin (VA)
Consie Rd 16 #1: Leonard dec 4-2 Hauser (TN)
Consie Rd 16 #2: Leonard dec 5-4 Watts (GA)
Consie Rd 8 #1: Noonan (PA) maj 9-1 Leonard

106 – Nick Picariello (Minisink Valley)
Rd 128: Liptzen (NJ) dec 7-2 Picariello
Consie Rd 64 #1: Sciotto (NY) wbf 3:52 Picariello
126 – Nate Ross (Onteora)
Rd 128: O’Brien (UT) wbf 2:30 Ross
Consie Rd 64 #2: Crater (NJ) maj 9-0 Ross

Middle School
85 – Nick Fea (Goshen)
Rd 32: Fea wbf :23 Nicholas (PA)
Rd 16: Fea wbf :22 Holt (WV)
Quarterfinals: Fea dec 3-0 Holloway (VA)
Semifinals: Fea dec 6-0 Schubert (NY)
Finals: Poulin (NY) dec 6-4 sv Fea
105 – Pat Ross  (Onteora)
Rd 32: Ross dec 4-2 Cortez (SC)
Rd 16: New (AL) dec 6-2 Ross
Consie Rd 16 #2: Nichols (CT) maj 11-0 Ross
105 – Nick Ross (Onteora)
Rd 64: Alanis (AZ) maj 11-1 Ross
Consie Rd 32 #2: Ross wbf :47 Mangan (PA)
Consie Rd 16 #1: Araoz (NY) maj 8-0 Ross
230 – Adam Fenner (Minisink Valley)
Rd 16: Horner (NJ) dec 2-0 Fenner
Consie Rd 8 #1: Fenner wbf 1:53 McCallop (NC)
Consie Rd 8 #2: Fenner wbf 1:47 Betancur (RI)
Consie Rd 4: Fenner dec 3-1 Harden (MD)
Consie Semis: Horner (NJ) wbf Fenner
5th Place Match: Fenner wbf 4:52 Hill (VA)

Faison, Yanis and Ellefsen Win Titles at NYWAY States

Congratulations to Wallkill freshman James Faison, Minisink Valley junior Joey Yanis and Goshen senior Ryan Ellefsen for taking home titles at the NYWAY State Championships this past weekend.  Faison pinned his opponent in the finals while both Yanis and Ellefsen needed to knock off NYS placewinners in order to capture the top spot!

Faison won hard fought matches in the quarters and semis by scores of 2-1 and 3-0 respectively before imposing his will in the finals and pinning Matt McKewin in 2:46!  Faison was a Section 9 finalist this season at 120 pounds.

Yanis was crowned champion at 184 pounds after recording a resounding victory over Matt Cicco by a 13-3 margin.  Cicco finished 3rd in D1 NYS this past season at 182 pounds.  Yanis also defeated Cicco earlier this season at the Eastern States Classic.

Ellefsen squared off in the 220 pound finals against 2X NYS D2 finalist Joe Benedict and when the final whistle blew, the Clarion bound Goshen native was the 4-0 victor.  Ellefsen finished 3rd in NYS this season and was a finalist at 220 last year.

Minisink Valley JV wrestler Grace Pauls also took home gold!  The Warrior freshman notched a pair of first period pins in capturing the 128-141 pound girl’s division!

There were several other Section 9 wrestlers who competed at NYWAY states – all ages, boys and girls.  Congratulations to everyone who competed – special congrats to those who won or placed at their weight.

2017 NYWAY States Placewinners

Full tournament results can be found at www.trackwrestling.com …. Events … 2017 NYWAY State Championships.

Friends of Section 9 Awards Banquet

A Great Banquet Highlighted by Tributes to Retiring Wallkill Coach Jeff Cuilty

Jeff Cuilty (right) being congratulated by his former wrestler and Assistant Coach at NFA Chris Leggett

The Friends of Section 9 held their annual awards banquet last night at Kuhl’s Highland House in Middletown.  Plaques were given to the top 4 D1 placewinners and the top 2 D2 placewinners.  There were also several special awards handed out (listed below).  The highlights of the evening, however, were the  tributes given to Jeff Cuilty by his colleagues.  Coach Cuilty who is retiring from coaching after an illustrious 37 year career that has landed him in the NYS Wrestling Hall of Fame.

After coaching for 8 years at Ardsley High School in Section 1, Cuilty coached at NFA for 24 years and Wallkill for  5 years.  In the 5 years at Wallkill he turned a once struggling program into one that is perennially state recognized.  Although he is retiring from teaching and coaching, Coach Cuilty is will remain active in wrestling in two extremely important capacities.  He will continue to serve at the Section 9 wrestling chairperson.  His contributions in this role are incredible highlighted by his part in creating the wild card system for the NYSPHSAA Wrestling Championships.

Perhaps the crown jewel of Jeff Cuilty’s career is his role as the tournament director for the Eastern States Classic.  The ESC is without question one of the toughest high school wrestling tournaments in the nation. This year’s event showcased some of the best high school wrestlers from over 150 schools spanning 5 states.  The event gets larger, tougher, and thus more complex to run, every year.  I am very happy to announce that Cuilty will be staying on as tournament director for the ESC –  I’m not sure how we could run the tournament without him!

Below are all of the award recipients from last night’s banquet.  Congratulations to all of the winners!

John Bell Lifetime Achievement Award – Jeff Cuilty
Troy Bouzakis Wrestler of the Year – Ryan Ferro, Warwick
FS9 Person of the Year – Phil Rosas, Port Jervis
FS9 President’s Team Award – Minisink Valley
FS9 Most Courageous Wrestler – Mike Fekishazy, Wallkill
Comeback Wrestler of the Year – Kendall Elfstrum, MW
Most Improved Team – Pine Bush
D’Aliso Most Improved Wrestler – Louis Libutti, MW
FS9 Coach of the Year – Rich Ormsby, Pine Bush
FS9 Fan of the Year – Marie Ng, Monticello
FS9 Parent of the Year – Matt Curreri, Eldred
Frank Tscham Team of the Year – Monroe Woodbury
Mark Faller Coach of the Year – John Gartiser, MW
Assistant Coach of the Year – Bob Christensen, MW
Modified Coach of the Year – Trevor Gale, Onteora
Coach’s Wife of the Year – Carolyn Cuilty
Ref of the Year – Wayne Carroll
Officials Sportsmanship Award – Brandon Bobe, Wash.
Scorekeeper of the Year – Sydney Sauschuck, Port Jervis
Scorekeeper of the Year – Amanda Sexton, Port Jervis

D’Aliso Scholarship – Brad Bonner, Wallkill
DeCapua Scholarship – Ryan Ferro, Warwick
DeCapua Scholarship – Evan Barczak, MW
DeCapua Scholarship – Kendall Elfstrum, MW
DeCapua Scholarship – Mike Fekishazy, Wallkill
DeCapua Scholarship – Brandon Bobe, Washingtonville