2018 Section 9 Division I wrestling finals results


Section 9 Division I championship
(at Monroe-Woodbury HS, Central Valley)

Team standings: 1. Minisink Valley 312.5; 2. Monroe-Woodbury 209.5; 3. Newburgh Free Academy 162; 4. Warwick Valley 127.5; 5. Valley Central 120; 6. Cornwall 111; 7. Pine Bush 107; 8. Middletown 103; 9. Kingston 81; 10. Wallkill 72.5; 11. Saugerties 67; 12. Washingtonville 63; 13. Goshen 17; 14. Monticello 14.

99 pounds: Justin Morales (Middletown) pin Christian Prokosch (Cornwall) 5:59
106: Greg Fischer (Newburgh Free Academy) d. Nick Picariello (Minisink Valley) 6-4
113: Dylan Earl (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Jordan Suarez (Minisink Valley) 7-3
120: Marco Vespa (Monroe-Woodbury) tech. fall Bryan MacDougall (Warwick) 22-6, 4:17
126: Matt Romano (Valley Central) d. Sean Savacool (Minisink Valley) 5-0
132: Connor Greiner (Minisink Valley) pin Tommy Askey (Pine Bush) 3:13
138: Dom Vetrano (Minisink Valley) d. Joe McGinty (Monroe-Woodbury) 15-4
145: Vinny Vetrano (Minisink Valley) d. Nick Albornoz (Minisink Valley) 2:12
152: Tyler Serafini (Newburgh Free Academy) d. Joe Pushman (Wallkill) 4-2
160: Shaun Burgos (Pine Bush) tech. fall Collin Cummings (Valley Central) 19-3, 5:22
170: Tim Ganuncio (Minisink Valley) pin Brian Mascaro (Wallkill) 4:16
182: Joey Yanis (Minisink Valley) pin Chris Tremper (Pine Bush) 1:46
195: Sam Santander (Monroe-Woodbury) d. Anton Juncaj (Minisink Valley) 3-1
220: Will Leonard (Cornwall) pin Mark Crisfield (Valley Central) 3:05
285: Andrew Fenner (Minisink Valley) d. Preston Havison (Monroe-Woodbury) 3-2 ultimate tiebreaker

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