PODCAST: Section 9 Wrestling

Looking to fill your sports fix, wrestling beat writer Sal Interdonato and photographer Josh Conklin talk Section 9 wrestling including the Varsity 845 first-team all-stars, college commitments, college recruiting and more.

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BCANY Girls Basketball All-Stars

Player of the Year, Class AA:  Toni Neely

Player of the Year, Class A:  Erin Smith

Player of the Year, Class B: Erin Lofaro

Player of the Year, Class C/D:  Erin Fox


Coach of the Year, Class AA:  Dave Powers

Coach of the Year, Class A:  Chris Miller

Co-Coach of the Year, Class B:  Andy Occhi

Co-Coach of the Year, Class B:  Marion Appler

Coach of the Year, Class C/D:  Adam Peek

BCANY Top 50

Kingston: Kalia Hylton-Jackson

Newburgh: Daysha Simmons, A’Mya Brock

Washingtonville: Michaela Beyers

Valley Central: Shaina Cooney, Madeline Feller, Katie Crofoot, Deanna Murdock

Middletown: Kiarra Kennedy, Keyara Maxwell

Monroe-Woodbury: Toni Neely, Taylor Neely, Jamie Waldron, Savannah Paul

Pine Bush: Tea Griffith

Goshen: Erin Smith, Madison Clark

Wallkill: Emma Schwarzbeck

Warwick: Kristen Desrats, Isabella Astorino

Cornwall: Alanna Malone, Eliana Bulusan, Norah Wingfield

FDR: Kelsea Demelis, Deliah Smith, Jaelen Daubon

Saugerties: Christie Collins

Red Hook: Morgan Tompkins

New Paltz: Kate Geisler, Ruby Santos

Marlboro: Erin Lofaro, Elizabeth Lofaro

Highland: Dehana Stevens

Liberty: Ally Roth

Chester: Allison Bono

Fallsburg: Amanda Zeno

Spackenkill: Avery Rossman

Rondout Valley: Darrian Slater

Burke Catholic: Brenna Costello, Jackie Costello, Caileigh Costello

Onteora: Lucciana Robertson, Ashley Hillard, Monroe Maki

Tri-Valley: Victoria Swett

Seward: Alexa Roach

Eldred: Jissela LaBuda

Sullivan West: Riley Ernst

Millbrook: Erin Fox

Livingston Manor: Samantha Severing

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2020 Friends of Section 9 Wrestling Awards

Pine Bush’s Tommy Askey was honored by Friends of Section 9 Wrestling as its Troy Bouzakis Senior Wrestler of the Year.

Askey captured Pine Bush’s first state title since Bouzakis in 1990. He finished the season with a 41-0 record.

Marlboro senior John Antonelli earned the Officials Sportstmanship Award. Minisink Valley seniors Sean Savacool and JC Cabrera received the Dave Simmons Courageous Wrestler Award and Comeback Wrestler of Year Award.

Savacool competed with a knee injury throughout the season and captured his second straight Section 9 Division I title.

Cabrera returned to wrestling after an absence to win the Section 9 Division I 220-pound title.

Middletown senior Josh Sam received the Pat D’Aliso Scholarship.

Friends of Section 9 Wrestling Special Awards
Troy Bouzakis Senior Wrestler of the Year: Tommy Askey, Pine Bush
Officials Sportsmanship Award: John Antonelli, Marlboro
Dave Simmons Courageous Wrestler Award: Sean Savacool, Minisink Valley
Comeback Wrestler of Year: JC Cabrera, Minisink Valley
Pat D’Aliso Scholarship: Josh Sam, Middletown
DeCapua Scholarships: Joey Amato, Port Jervis; John Antonelli, Marlboro; Tommy Askey, Pine Bush; Jake Chenier, Kingston; Evan Gibbons, Warwick; Jeremy Mazzella, Warwick; Joe McGinty, Monroe-Woodbury; Matt Morris, Red Hook; James Oosterom, Port Jervis; Nick Picariello, Minisink Valley; Josh Sam, Middletown
Friends of Section 9 Coach of Year: Ryan Pullman, New Paltz
Frank Tschan Team of Year: Minisink Valley
Most Improved Team: Red Hook
John Bell Section 9 Lifetime Achievement: Matt Urciuoli, Kingston
Friends of Section 9 Person of Year: Sandy Strauss, Valley Central
Presidents Award: Anthony Ng (Wallkill/SUNY Sullivan)
Referee of the Year: John Scesa
Mark Faller Coach of Year: Scott Hendershot, Minisink Valley
Assistant Coach of Year: Will Parks, Newburgh Free Academy
Modified Coach of Year: Doug Morse, Rondout Valley
Scorekeepers of Year: Madison Garcia, Washingtonville; Riley Sauschuck, Port Jervis, Alexis Greer, Pine Bush; Maddie Noble, Newburgh Free Academy
Special Recognition Award: Kristen Rummel, Newburgh Free Academy
Parent of the Year: Tara Landrigan, Middletown
Coaches Wife of Year: Lauren Gartiser, Monroe-Woodbury
Fan of Year: Kjerstin DeCapua, Newburgh Free Academy

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2020 Section 9 BCANY Boys Basketball All-Stars

Pine Bush senior forward Chris Cain, Monticello senior guard Josh Gattling and Chester senior forward Kevin Stein were named players of the year in their respective classes by the Section 9 Basketball Coaches Association of New York.

Cain averaged 23.9 points, 10.7 rebounds and blocked nearly six shots per game for Class AA finalist Pine Bush. He shot 90 percent from the free-throw line.

Gattling led Class A finalist Monticello in scoring at 20.6 points per game and steals (75). He was second on the team in rebounds (147) and assists (96) and finished with 1,067 career points.

Stein helped Chester to a 22-1 record and a berth in the Class B finals. He averaged 18.5 points, 7.1 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 2.5 steals. Stein’s 1,245 points were second in school history.

Newburgh Free Academy’s Frank Dinnocenzio (Class AA), New Paltz’s Stu Robinson (Class A) and Monticello’s Chris Russo (Class A), Chester’s Jon Marsilio (Class B) and Livingston Manor’s Adam Larson (Class C/D) were named coaches of the year.

SECTION 9 BCANY ALL-STARS
Class AA
Player of the year: Chris Cain, Pine Bush, Sr., F
Coach of the year: Frank Dinnocenzio, Newburgh Free Academy
All-Stars: Romeo Aquino, Washingtonville, Sr., F; Josh Castro, Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., G; Will Fuchs, Monroe-Woodbury, Sr., G; Ryan Graham, Washingtonville, Sr., G; Raysean Johnson, Valley Central, Fr., G; Jah’likai King, Newburgh Free Academy, Soph., G; Tim Linton, Pine Bush, Jr., F; Clayton Pattillo, Kingston, Jr., G; Shy’quan Royal, Kingston, Jr., G; Brady Short, Kingston, Sr., G; Amarri Tice, Newburgh Free, Jr., G/F; Nakai Wheeler, Newburgh Free Academy, Jr., G/F
3-point champion: David Miskovic, Washingtonville, Jr. (49 percent)
Free-throw champion: Chris Cain, Pine Bush (92 percent)
Sportsmanship Award: Washingtonville

Class A
Player of the year: Josh Gattling, Monticello, Sr., G
Co-coaches of the year: Stu Robinson, New Paltz and Chris Russo, Monticello
All-Stars: Brandon Cahill, Red Hook, Sr, G; Dylan Craft, Roosevelt, Sr., F; Luke Crittendon, Red Hook, Sr., G; Justin DeMaria, New Paltz, Jr., G; Matt Giordano, Goshen, Sr., G/F; Alex Krupinski, Minisink Valley, Jr., G; John Mack, Minisink Valley, Sr., F; Justin Noelizaire, Wallkill, Fr., G; Mike Noto, Cornwall, Jr., G; Jordan Ruggiero, Monticello, Jr., G; Mat Shea, Wallkill, Soph., G; Chris Shust, Burke Catholic, Sr., F; Matt Simmons, New Paltz, Jr., G; Jackson Soper, New Paltz, Jr., F; Andrew Tanous, Minisink Valley, Jr. G
3-point champion: Jake Dunn, Warwick (42.1 percent)
Free-throw champion: Andrew Tanous, Minisink Valley (78.3 percent)
Sportsmanship Award: Roosevelt

Class B
Player of the year: Kevin Stein, Chester, Sr., F
Coach of the year: Jon Marsilio, Chester
All-Stars: Zach Angelone, Highland, Jr., F; Chris Bayer, Liberty, Sr., G; Darius Boben, James I. O’Neill, Sr., G; Hector Borgos, James I. O’Neill, Jr., F; Kymanni Dennis, Liberty, Sr., F; CJ Faircloth, Marlboro, Sr., F;  Anthony Feliz, Chester, Sr., G; Gianni Johnson, Chester, Sr., G; Antwon Lewis, James I. O’Neill, Soph., G; Sean Pettway, Ellenville, Sr., G; Jessie Rodriguez, Ellenville, Sr., F; Korbyn Samuels, Marlboro, Soph., G; Jake Stern, Onteora, Sr., F
3-point champion: Jake Stern, Onteora
Free-throw champion: Nick Fraser, Fallsburg (82 percent)
Sportsmanship Award: Liberty

Class C/D
Player of the year: Adam Funk, Pine Plains, Sr., G
Coach of the year: Adam Larson, Livingston Manor
All-Stars: Shawn Behrent, S.S. Seward, Sr., G; Gabe Campanelli, Sullivan West, Sr., F; Andrew Cox, Tri-Valley, Soph., F; Austin Delaney, Tri-Valley, Sr., G; Isaiah Edmunds, Millbrook, Jr., G/F; Liam Flaherty, Millbrook, Jr., G; Tyler Funk, Pine Plains, Sr., G; Zach Funk, Pine Plains, Sr., G; Connor Gorr, Livingston Manor, Jr., F; Case LeRoy, Livingston Manor, Jr., G/F; Cody Powell, Sullivan West, F; Aaron Steele, Roscoe, Jr., F; Daryll Walker, S.S. Seward, Sr., F
3-point champion: Shawn Behrent, S.S. Seward (32 percent)
Sportsmanship Award: S.S. Seward

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Section 9 Boys Hoops Championship Breakout Previews

Breaking down the championship matchups in Class AA, A and B where a case can be made for all finalists to hold the Section 9 plaque.

Class AA
No. 1 Newburgh Free Academy (19-2) vs. No. 3 Pine Bush (15-6)

When: 10 a.m. Saturday, Mount Saint Mary, Newburgh
State rankings: Newburgh No. 9; Pine Bush honorable mention
Newburgh Free Academy probable starting five: Jr. 6-6 G/F Amarri Tice; Jr. 6-3 G/F Nakai Wheeler; Soph. 6-0 G Jah’lakai King; Jr. 6-5 F George Patsalos; Jr. F Ernest Elliot.
Pine Bush probable starting five: Sr. 6-8 F Chris Cain; Sr. 5-8 G Kenny Holland; Sr. 6-2 G Nate Jaloszynski; Sr. F Elijah Johnson; Jr. 6-3 F Tim Linton;
Breakdown: Newburgh is bidding for its first section title since 2014. Pine Bush seeks its third section championship in the last four years. The team split in the regular season with both teams winning on the road – Newburgh 68-53 on Jan. 9 and Pine Bush 54-52 on Feb. 18. Newburgh has risen as high as No. 2 among Class AA schools in the state rankings. Pine Bush held Newburgh to three 3-pointers and limited the Goldbacks to three free throws in the win. Chris Cain and Tim Linton combined for 46 points in that game.

Class A
No. 2 Monticello (16-6) vs. No. 4 New Paltz (16-6)

When: 4 p.m. Saturday, Mount Saint Mary, Newburgh
State rankings: Monticello honorable mention; New Paltz not ranked
Monticello probable starting five: Sr. G 5-9 Josh Gattling; Sr. 6-2 G/F Trevon Gray; Sr. 6-3 F Damorn Hall-Rucker; Jr. 5-9 G Jordan Ruggiero; Sr. 5-11 G Alonzo Stergis.
New Paltz probable starting five: Sr. 6-2 G Jorden Cook; Jr. 6-3 G Justin DeMaria; Jr. 5-11 G Jeffrey Reynoso; Jr. 6-foot G Matt Simmons; Jr. 6-3 F Jackson Soper
Breakdown: Monticello and New Paltz will meet for the first time this season. New Paltz is looking to become the first school to win three straight Class A titles since the state expanded to five classifications in the 2003-04. Monticello’s last section championship was 2002 in Class B. New Paltz will likely be without senior 6-foot-7 center Patrick Murphy. Can New Paltz slow down Monticello, which is averaging 85.8 points over its last four games? Game will feature great backcourt matchup between 1,000-point scorer Josh Gattling and Jordan Ruggiero of Monticello against New Paltz’s Justin DeMaria and Matt Simmons.

Class B
No. 1 Marlboro (15-6) vs. No. 2 Chester (22-0)

When: 7 p.m. Friday, Mount Saint Mary, Newburgh
State rankings: Marlboro honorable mention; Chester No. 4
Marlboro probable starting five: Soph. 6-foot G Collin Casey; Sr. F 6-foot CJ Faircloth (11.5 ppg, 5.6 rebounds per game); Jr. 5-10 G Alex Grzechowski; Soph. 6-1 G Korbyn Samuels (16.2 ppg, 6.2 rpg); Sr. 6-4 F Justin Schwarzbeck
Chester probable starting five: Jr. 6-6 F Tristan Brideweser (9.5 ppg); Sr 6-3 G/F Jacob Delgado (7.8 ppg); Sr. G Gianni Johnson (4.2 ppg); Sr. G Anthony Feliz (12.0 ppg); Sr. 6-4 G/F Kevin Stein (18.4 ppg)
Breakdown: Marlboro and Chester did not meet in the regular season. Chester’s last loss came in the 2019 Section 9 Class B quarterfinals to Marlboro 52-48. Marlboro seeks its third section title in the last five years. Chester is looking for its first Class B title and first section title since 2016 when it was a Class C school. Stein’s 1,227 points are second in school history. Sophomore guard Matt Drake has hit 33 3-pointers for Marlboro.

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State wrestling thoughts: Askey, Ryder champions on and off mat

The buzz around the state wrestling finals was as much about changing Section 9’s history as it was about making it Saturday night.

Respecting the past. Embracing the present.

With Section 9 fans cheering loud and proud, Minisink Valley eighth-grader Zack Ryder and Pine Bush senior Tommy Askey were crowned the area’s 47th and 48th state champions Saturday night.

Ryder was the only champion to pin his opponent in the Division I finals, cradling previously-undefeated George Oroudjov of in 4:35. Askey was one of two Division I champions to knock off a returning titlist, defeating Iona Prep’s A.J. Kovacs 8-5. Can’t recall a more notable win by a section wrestler in recent years. Intermat had Kovacs ranked No. 5 nationally at 152 pounds before the tournament.

Both Ryder and Askey’s finals victories connected to Troy Bouzakis, one of the section’s greats. Ryder is the section’s second eighth-grader to capture state gold. Bouzakis was the first in 1986. Askey broke a 30-year, state-title drought at Pine Bush. Bouzakis claimed his third and final championship his senior year in 1990.

Wrestling is the passion for both Ryder and Askey. They are year-round wrestlers. They are both respected as class acts by their peers and others around the sport.

Ryder’s first title is just the start. He’s driven to win four more. While, Askey could assist in his college future. Some big-time schools including Virginia have been monitoring Askey’s senior season.

The futures of Ryder and Askey are worth watching closely. And, the state champions’ work ethic and determination are examples for young wrestlers to follow.

Here’s our coverage of the state wrestling championships through video and photo:

PHOTOS: State championship day one

PHOTOS: State championship day two

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Port Jervis all-state WR Filancia headed to Alfred University

Port Jervis senior and Varsity 845 first-team receiver Rob Filancia will continue his career at Division III Alfred University.

Filancia earned Class B first-team all-state honors after setting school records with 64 catches and 1,096 receiving yards.

Playing in college wasn’t a certainty for Filancia in the preseason. But, his record-setting year opened up opportunities.

Filancia’s three touchdown catches helped Port Jervis to its first Section 9 title since 2001 as the Raiders advanced all the way to the state semifinals.

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2020 State Consolation Final Results

Minisink Valley junior 285-pounder Adam Fenner and Port Jervis senior 220-pounder James Oosterom moved up the medals stand, placing in the state for the second straight season.

Fenner, who went 5-1 in the tournament, took third in Division I at 285 pounds after a fifth-place finish.

Oosterom is the first Port Jervis wrestler to win back-to-back medals since Dan DeCarlo in 2014. He edged Mattituck’s Colby Suglia 5-3 in the consolation final. Oosterom also went 5-1 in Albany.

Washingtonville sophomore Andrew Marchese rallied from 7-0 down to defeat Webster Schreoder’s Anthony Surace 11-9 in sudden victory.

State championship
Division I
Third-place consolations
285: Adam Fenner (Minisink Valley) d. Collin Burns (Hilton) 10-1
Fifth-place consolation
99: Michael Adams (Monsignor Farrell) d. Jordan Brown (Monroe-Woodbury) 14-0
106: Chris Crawford (Beacon) d. Justin Morales (Middletown) 4-3
113: Andrew Marchese (Washingtonville) d. Anthony Surace (Webster Schroeder) 11-9, sudden victory;
170: JD Moore (Levittown Division) d. Joe Velazquez (Middletown) 8-5
182: Ryan Stencel (Lancaster) d. Ethan Gallo (Minisink Valley) 7-2
Seventh-eighth place consolation
99: Travis Browning (Frontier) d. Alex Greco (Warwick) 8-1
Division II
Third-place consolation
220: James Oosterom (Port Jervis) d. Colby Suglia (Mattituck) 5-3
Seventh place consolation
126: Hunter White (Hannibal-Cato Meridian) d. Matt Morris (Red Hook) 5-4

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2020 State Wrestling Semifinal Results: Fab Four

Minisink Valley eighth-grader Zack Ryder is headed to the state finals for the second straight year.

Ryder knocked off top-seeded Ivan Garcia of Port Chester 10-7, scoring five points on a throw and three points with a cradle.

Pine Bush senior Tommy Askey became the school’s first state finalist since three-time champion Troy Bouzakis in 1990. Askey was in full control against Brentwood’s Wenchard Pierre Louis in 12-2 win.

Monroe-Woodbury senior Joey McGinty advanced to his first state final with a 3-0 win over Fulton’s Camrin Galvin. McGinty had defeated Galvin earlier in the season.

Onteora junior Nick Ross defeated Saranac’s Bryce Smith to advance to the state Division II 152-pound final as a No. 7 seed. Ross avenged a loss to Smith at the Eastern States Classic.

State championships
Semifinals
Division I

99 pounds: PJ Duke (Carmel) pin Jordan Brown (Monroe-Woodbury) 1:46; 106: Elijah Rivera (Bay Shore) d. Justin Morales (Middletown) 4-2; 126: Zack Ryder (Minisink Valley) d. Ivan Garcia (Port Chester) 10-7; 152: Tommy Askey (Pine Bush) d. Wenchard Pierre Louis (Brentwood) 12-2; 160: Joey McGinty (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Camrin Galvin (Fulton) 3-2; 170: Tyler Albis (John Jay-East Fishkill) pin Joseph Velazquez (Middletown) 1:11; 182: Brock Delsignore (Shenendehowa) d. Ethan Gallo (Minisink Valley) 10-1.

Division II
152 pounds: Nick Ross (Onteora) d. Bryce Smith (Saranac) 3-2.

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2020 State Wrestling Day One Results

Section 9 is sending seven wrestling to the Division I finals after the first day of state championship weekend at Times Union Center in Albany.

Middletown senior Joseph Velazquez knocked out second-seeded James Araneo of Ward Melville in the 170-pound quarterfinal with a pin after trailing 15-4 in the match.

Teammate Justin Morales, a senior, joins Velazquez in the semifinals at 106 pounds. Monroe-Woodbury freshman Jordan Brown (99), Minisink Valley eighth-grader Zack Ryder (126), Pine Bush senior Tommy Askey (152), Monroe-Woodbury senior Joey McGinty (160) and Minisink Valley freshman Ethan Gallo are also state semifinalists and guaranteed a top-six medal.

Monroe-Woodbury freshman Jordan Brown and Warwick freshman Alex Greco advanced to the state Division I 99-pound quarterfinals, winning by decision.

Joining Brown and Greco in the quarterfinals are Middletown’s Justin Morales (106), Washingtonville’s Andrew Marchese (113), Minisink Valley’s Zack Ryder (126), Pine Bush’s Tommy Askey (Pine Bush), Monroe-Woodbury’s Joey McGinty (160), Red Hook’s Matt Morris and Onteora brothers Nick (152), Pat (160) and Nate Ross (170)

Division I
Quarterfinals
99 pounds: Jordan Brown (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Michael Adams (Monsignor Farrell) 5-3; P.J. Duke (Carmel) tech fall Alex Greco (Warwick) 21-5, 3:02; 106: Justin Morales (Middletown) d. Joe Berenson (Webster Schroeder) 10-5; 113: Stevo Poulin (Shenendehowa) pin Andrew Marchese (Washingtonville) :56; 126: Zack Ryder (Minisink Valley) d. Rocco Camillaci (Hilton) 7-4; 152: Tommy Askey (Pine Bush) d. Dennis Robin (Arlington) 4-3; 160: Joey McGinty (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Adrian Artsisheuskiy (Midwood) 4-3; 170: Joseph Velazquez (Middletown) pin James Araneo 4:36; 182: Ethan Gallo (Minisink Valley) d. Alex Behar (Briarcliff Byram Hills) 7-2; 285: Myles Norris (Freeport) d. Adam Fenner (Minisink Valley) 2-1 2 OT

Round of 16
99 pounds: Jordan Brown (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Freddy Pagan (Fulton) 17-11; Drew Greco (Warwick) d. Travis Browning (Frontier) 4-1; 106: Justin Morales (Middletown) d. Brendan Dellinger (Williamsville Northeast) 9-4; Sal Esposito (Tottenville) d. Jackson Merli (Newburgh Free Academy) 5-0; 113: Andrew Marchese (Washingtonville) d. Nick Lamorte (Rocky Point) 11-0; 120: Alex Booth (Indian River) d. Nick Picariello (Minisink Valley) 2-0; 126: Zack Ryder (Minisink Valley) d. Evan Matias (Rocky Point) 8-0; 132: Jayden Scott (Rush Henrietta) d. Matt Romano (Valley Central) 7-1; Drew Witham (Corning) pin Jordan Suarez (Minisink Valley) 2:15; 138: Tim Bova (Arlington) d. Sean Savacool (Minisink Valley) 6-4; 145: Marvin Lobo (Copiague) d. Ethan Palanca (New Paltz) 2-1; 152: Tommy Askey (Pine Bush) d. Dylan Collins (Frontier) 9-3; 160: Joey McGinty (Monroe-Woodbury) pin Nick Otero (Copiague) 1:14; 170: Joe Velasquez (Middletown) d. Joseph Dixon (Canisius) 4-3; 182: Ethan Gallo (Minisink Valley) pin Cole Rivell (Union-Endicott) :47; 195: Anthony Cascen (Trumann) d. Brian Giacchi (Middletown) 7-3; 220: Alex Semenenko (McKee-Staten Island) pin JC Cabrera (Minisink Valley) 2:17; 285: Adam Fenner (Minisink Valley) d. Joe Nolan (Ossining) 8-4

Division II
Quarterfinals
126: Matt Morris (Red Hook) d. Micah Roes (Lowville) 11-3; 152: Nick Ross (Onteora) pin Keagan Case (Central Valley Academy) 6-4, sudden victory; 160: Ethan Stotler (Waverly) pin Pat Ross (Onteora) 1:07; 170: Mikey Squires (Norwich) d. Nate Ross (Onteora) 6-5; 220: Karl Bouyer (Clarke) d. James Oosterom (Port Jervis) 10-3
Round of 16
99 pounds: Gianni Silvestri (Tioga) pin Trevor Tufano (Port Jervis) 5:04; 113: Logan Campbell (Coxsackie-Athens) d. Ryan Ross (Port Jervis) 14-4; 120: Avery Leonard (Cooperstown) pin Joey Curreri (Eldred) 1:13; 126: Matt Morris (Red Hook) d. Jake Murphy (Seaford) 8-5; 132: Marek Bush (Central Valley Academy) pin Joey Amato (Port Jervis) 1:01; 145: Ethan Ferro (Palmyra-Macedon) pin Tyler Benincasa (Red Hook) 1:55; 152: Nick Ross (Onteora) pin Hunter McKenna (Warrensburg Bolton) 1:32; 160: Pat Ross (Onteora) pin Mike DiForte (Petrides) 1:51: 170: Nate Ross (Onteora) pin Jason Fraser (Tonawanda) 1:03; 182: Gabe Monroe (Windsor) d. Hayden Campalong (Red Hook) 7-2; 195: Nate Degroff (Warsaw) tech fall Hunter Roberts (Eldred) 15-0, 4:47; 220: James Oosterom (Port Jervis) tech fall Tyler Smith (Bolivar-Richburg) 15-0, 4:34; 285: Cody Wilson (Albion) d. Devin McGovern (Chester) 5-0

Outbracket
99 pounds: Tufano (Port Jervis) d. Christian Perlleshi (Pleasantville-1) 4-3; 106: Mark Amedore (Schalmont) d. Ryan Kirker (Red Hook) ; 138: Ryan Caudill (Pavillion-York) tech. fall Alex Lopez (Red Hook) 15-0, 4:15

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