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Wrestling: BH-BL falls short in bid for ‘B’ title

Sunday, February 3, 2013
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— All afternoon and evening, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake played catch up.

In the end, not even a 5-for-5 effort in the finals would be enough for the Spartans to overtake Queensbury in the team race at Saturday’s Class B wrestling tournament at Mohonasen.

“We had a great finals, but just came up short,” said Burnt Hills coach Steve Jones after his team lost by three points, 247.5-244.5. “Congratulations to [Queensbury coach] Rory Johnson and his kids. They wrestled well all day.”

“It’s disappointing, because we came close,” said 182-pounder Antnony Papa, one of the Burnt Hills champions. “We wanted to win it, but we still have a lot of guys going to Glens Falls next week.”

Burnt Hills had 14 of its 15 wrestlers finish in the top six, qualifying them for this weekend’s Division I Championship at the Glens Falls Civic Center.

Queensbury, which led Burnt Hills by 341⁄2 points prior to the semis and 188-1471⁄2 after that round, saw its eight finalists go 4-4.

“We had almost everyone qualify for next weekend, and that was one of the goals,” said Jones. “I’m happy for them.”

Still, it didn’t take away some of the sting for a team that swept through its Suburban Council dual meet season and handily beat Queensbury in the Linda Stuart Duals two months ago.

“That’s the toughest part. We hammered Queensbury in a dual meet,” said 138-pounder Joey Butler, who won his second straight title with second-period pin of Spencer Kilburn of South Glens Falls. “But we lost a couple of matches to Queensbury kids today.”

Sophomore Jake Achcraft (152) also won his second straight title. Jack Hatton (170) and Nico Fragale (220) also won their weight classes. All five BH champions are underclassmen.

“I think I had the element of surprise working for a me this year,” said Ashcraft. “Last year, I wrestled a kid from Averill Park that I had wrestled before. I hadn’t wrestled Kilburn.”

Butler pinned all three oppon­ents, one week after putting six-time Class A champ Nick Kelley of Shenendehowa on his back in the finals of the Big 10 tournament.

“That was big for my confidence,” said Butler, who expects to meet the Shenendehowa senior this weekend. “This tournament, you don’t want to make any mistakes and get through.”

Papa cracked a big smile as he stood atop the podium, partly from joy and partly as a reaction to some razzing from friends.

“This is cool,” said the 11th-grader. “It’s a nice feeling to win, after finishing second last year.”

Amsterdam 11th-grader Brandon Lapi was more subdued after winning his fourth straight title. The two-time state-place finisher won all three of his matches with first-period pins.

“The first one was the most exciting,” said Lapi, who picked up his 209th career win in the final. “Now, I just go out and do what I do.”

Teammate Ken Garcia won at 195 for the third-place Rams. James Marquez dropped a tough 4-3 dec­ision to five-time winner Brandon Goldup of LaSalle in the 160 final.

“I made one mistake,” said the Amsterdam senior, who is looking for a rematch this weekend. “I know what I have to work on.”

Mohonasen had just one finalist in senior Steve Shadick at 145, but had 11 get through to next weekend.

Scotia-Glenville’s two big men got to the final, with sophomore 285 Brad­on Hulin pinning, and Joe Graham losing to Fragale at 220.

“They have a good competition,” said Tartans coach Ryan Patrie. “They push each other to get better in practice all the time.”

CLASS A

NISKAYUNA — Senior Nick Kelley made it a perfect 6-for-6 at this stage, needing just 2:06 to record three pins and win the 138-pound title and help Shenendehowa to its eighth straight team title.

Classmates Corey Ali (113) and David Almaviva (145) also repeated, as did 11th-grader Levi Ashley (195). Ali Hashimee (182) gave the Plainsmen fve individual winners out of nine finalists.

Kevin Parker (120), Jordan Maynard (126), Zach Joseph (152) and Tyler Gougler (170) also got to the finals.

Shaker’s Blake Retell, who missed the 2012 postseason with an injury, beat Parker, reversing a dual meet result and winning his third “A” title.

Joseph was second for the second straight year, losing to Columbia’s Angell Kress, who made it two in a row.

Columbia had the most individual champs — six. State 285 runner-up El Shaddai VanHoesen, repeat winner Kyle Greene (132), John McHugh (126), Chris Morrissey (160) and Will Martin (170) were the other Blue Devils’ winners.

Colonie’s Golan Cohen (106) and Jason Johnson (220), and Guilderland’s Josh LoGuiduce (99) were the other champs.

CLASS CC

ROTTERDAM — Gage Latterell (99) and Tyler Schermerhorn (182) won individual titles as Hudson Falls topped a competitive field to win its sixth straight team champ­ionship at Schalmont.

The Tigers had three other finalists, including Kyler Harrington, who lost to Dan Jardine of Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George at 120 in a matchup of two-time winners.

Schalmont’s Nick Gallo (160) and Anthony Paturso (152) became three-time winners. Two of Paturso’s titles came in Class B while attending Mohonasen. The Sabres finished fourth.

Colonial Council champion Coble­skil-Richmondvlle finished 191⁄2 points behind Hudson Falls, as Mike Green (170) repeated, and Brandon Merchant (113) and Matt Davenport (132) also won.

Third-place Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk got titles from state runner-up Alex Soutiere (285) and Freddy Pechette (138).

Johnstown’s Joe Nellis, second in the state qualifier two years ago, was the 220 winner.

CLASS C

HOOSICK FALLS — Luis Weier­bach (106) and Brad Burns (180) both won their third titles as the host Panthers repeated as team champion, beating Corinth by 18 points.

The Tomahawks had a tourney-best seven finalists, with Garon LeClair (99), fourth-seeded Ryan Matuszak (132), Kyle Mulcahy (145) and Nick Alford (220) winning.

Mulcahy placed in the top four six straight years.

Galway’s Jordan Sartin won at 113, Watervliet had champs in Anthony Mosca (126) and Zeby Romano (189), and Granville’s Nathaniel Palmer won at 138, his second straight title.

CLASS D

WARRENSBURG — Connor Lawrence (152) won his third title, and Duanesburg also had champ­ions in Devin Van Vlack (99), Andy Mollevik (145) and repeat champ Mark Caulfield (160) in winning the team title.

Shane Barberis (106), Henry Holmes (170) and Jeff Senecal (195) also reached the final.

Tyler Merecki won his fourth title to help Salem to second place, denying Whitehall’s Al Aubin his fourth, in the 120 title match.

Whitehall’s Jon Diekel became a five-time winner, beating Albany Academy’s Sean Romakski in the 138 final, and Joe Sprung (220) of Berne-Knox-Westerlo remained unbeaten by winning his second straight Class D title.

CLASS A

Team results: 1, Shenendehowa, 280.5; 2, Columbia, 226.5; 3, Colonie, 137.5; 4, Saratoga Springs, 137; 5, Guilderland, 113.5; 6, Niskayuna, 97; 7, Shaker, 96; 8, Schenectady, 82; 9, Bethlehem, 75; 10, Albany, 42.5.

Championship round

99 — Josh LoGiudice (Guilderland) major dec. Richard Schrade (Saratoga Springs), 13-0; 106 — Golan Cohen (Colonie) major dec. Mike Lainhart (Guilderland), 9-0; 113 — Corey Ali (Shenendehowa) dec. Dominic Inzana (Saratoga Springs), 3-2; 120 — Blake Retell (Shaker) dec. Kevin Parker (Shenendehowa), 6-2; 126 — John McHugh (Col­umbia) dec. Jordan Maynard (Shenendehowa), 1-0; 132 — Kyle Greene (Columbia) dec. Brandon Calhoun (Albany), 11-4; 138 — Nick Kelley (Shenendehowa) pinned Matt McHugh (Columbia), 1:45; 145 — David Almaviva (Shenendehowa) tech. fall Eric Steele (Niskayuna), 18-3; 152 — Angelo Kress (Columbia) dec. Zach Joseph (Shenendehowa), 5-4 (ot); 160 — Chris Morrissey (Columbia) dec. Nick Dodd (Shaker), 2-1; 170 — Will Martin (Col­umbia) pinned Tyler Gougler (Shenendehowa), 2:48; 182 — Ali Hashimee (Shenendehowa) major dec. Jesse Futia (Guilderland), 11-2; 195 — Levi Ashley (Shenendehowa) major dec. Wayne Burt (Colonie), 13-4; 220 — Jason Johnson (Colonie) dec. Emanuel Zamora (Schenectady), 5-2; 285 — El Shaddai VanHoesen (Columbia) pinned Austin Dicerbo (Colonie), :25.

Consolation round

99 — John Devine (Columbia) dec. Dietrich Hartman (Shenendehowa), 4-2 (ot); 106 — Kevin Guardino (Shenendehowa) pinned Jack Can­ova (Bethlehem), 2:23; 113 — Eoghan Sweeney (Niskayuna) dec. Rafael Gonzales (Columbia), 2-1; 120 — Hunter Rumpf (Saratoga Springs) pinned Tristan Canova (Bethlehem), 2:33; 126 — Kevin Mauro (Saratoga Springs) major dec. Anthony Laniewski (Niskayuna), 18-4; 132 — Nick Wagenbaugh (Schenectady) dec. Anthony Din­allo (Shenendehowa), 9-6; 138 — Max Kabanuk (Saratoga Springs) dec. Brian Knodler (Guilderland), 9-6; 145 — Jim Devine (Columbia) pinned Elijah Clemente (Guilderland), 1:37; 152 — Wyatt Bleau (Shaker) dec. Alex Martinez (Schenectady), 5-2; 160 — Chris Nacarrato (Shenendehowa) dec. Ryan Harris (Guilderland), 5-4; 170 — Jerrell White (Schenectady) dec. Cameron Pierce (Niskayuna), 11-4; 182 — Trevor Gibson (Niskayuna) dec. Chris MacDonald (Shaker), 3-1; 195 — Chris Tangora (Bethlehem) pinned Felix Garcia (Schenectady), :59; 220 — Matt Holton (Saratoga Springs) dec. Khaled Abdoun (Niskayuna), 2-1; 285 — Jim Helin (Saratoga Springs) dec. Jacob Parker (Shaker), 3-2.

Fifth-place round

99 — Rowan Braga (Bethlehem) dec. Matt Spadoni (Shaker), 5-3; 106 — Ryan Diguiseppe (Saratoga Springs) dec. Dom Poggoli (Columbia), 3-0; 113 — Devin Wright (Bethlehem) by forfeit over Eli Kligerman (Albany); 120 — Tommy Walsh (Colonie) pinned Zack Alloush (Guilderland), 4:37; 126 — Gabe Naviasky (Bethlehem) dec. Amaury Latimer (Colonie), 3-1; 132 — Greg Joslin (Colonie) pinned Alex Lasnik (Bethlehem), 5:44; 138 — Jack Sheppeck (Shaker) dec. Antonio Zamora (Schen­ectady), 9-7; 145 — Zach Bomba (Colonie) pinned P.J. Dunia (Albany), 3:22; 152 — Andy Cummings (Guilderland) major dec. Luke Weiss (Colonie), 13-1; 160 — Garrett Davis (Niskayuna) dec. Kamal Zamani (Colonie), 4-2; 170 — Colton White (Guilderland) dec. Andrew Peterson (Shaker), 15-14; 182 — Ryan Hart (Columbia) dec. Gino Ros­ati (Saratoga Springs), 5-0; 195 — Gustavo Loarca (Saratoga Springs) by forfeit over Josh Britton (Albany); 220 — Kevin Leonard (Shenendehowa) pinned Kyle Foust (Shaker), 3:11; 285 — Jacob Brooks (Shenendehowa) dec. Cody Thomason (Albany), 6-2.

CLASS B

Team results: 1, Queensbury, 247.5; 2, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, 244.5; 3, Amsterdam, 182; 4, Averill Park, 166; 5, Mohonasen, 151; 6, LaSalle, 143.5; 7, South Glens Falls, 77; 8, Ballston Spa, 66; 9, Scotia-Glenville, 46; 10, CBA, 7.

Championship round

99 — Anthony Sgorrano (South Glens Falls) major dec. Luke Pondillo (LaSalle), 11-0; 106 — Max Tempel (Averill Park) dec. Nick Robbins (Queensbury), 5-1; 113 — Brandon Winchip (Queensbury) dec. Allan McNeil (Averill Park), 4-1; 120 — Eric St. John (Queensbury) dec. Ryan Moore (LaSalle), 4-3 (tb2); 126 — Kody Bruno (Queensbury) dec. Brandon Diaz (LaSalle), 7-2; 132 — Brandon Lapi (Amsterdam) pinned Gary Goodermote (Averill Park), 1:56; 138 — Joey Butler (Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake) pinned Spencer Kilburn (South Glens Falls), 3:35; 145 — Dillon Deckert (Queensbury) dec. Steve Shadick (Mohonasen), 3-1 (ot); 152 — Jake Ashcraft (Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake) major dec. Tyler Moses (Averill Park), 10-0; 160 — Brendan Goldup (LaSalle) dec. James Marquez (Amsterdam), 4-3; 170 — Jack Hatton (Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake) pinned Justin Tuttle (LaSalle), 3:49; 182 — Anthony Papa (Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake) dec. Bryce Breault (Queensbury), 3-1; 195 — Ken Garcia (Amsterdam) dec. Chris Goudy (Queensbury), 2-1; 220 — Nico Fragale (Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake) dec. Joe Graham (Scotia-Glenville), 7-2; 285 — Brandon Hulin (Scotia-Glenville) pinned Ryan Brown (Queensbury), 1:31.

Consolation round

99 — Shiva Bhoge (Mohonasen) dec. Jorge Riv­era (Amsterdam), 3-1; 106 — Jackson Lindberg (Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake) pinned Adam Tatun (Amsterdam), :40; 113 — Tyler Barnes (Ballston Spa) pinned Mahesh Bhoge (Mohonasen), 2:43; 120 — Ian Alejandro (Amsterdam) dec. Joe Toth (Averill Park), 5-0; 126 — Mason Rabideau (Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake) dec. Dalton Jones (Ballston Spa), 4-3; 132 — Nolan Hale (Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake) pinned Zack Morris (South Glens Falls), :38; 138 — Joseph Clemente (LaSalle) major dec. Brian Stevens (Queensbury), 11-1; 145 — Derrick Gardner (Averill Park) dec. Conner Tuttle (LaSalle), 6-1; 152 — Dominic Notar (Mohonasen) dec. Mike Irvine (Queensbury), 7-6; 160 — Evan Myers (Queensbury) pinned Jim Pasquariello (Averill Park), 2:10; 170 — Franky Nassivera (Queensbury) pinned Rob Santiago (Amsterdam), 4:00; 182 — Chris Garrison (Amsterdam) dec. Garrett O’Grady (Ballston Spa), 5-2; 195 — Eric Pierone (Mohonasen) dec. Race Viedt (Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake), 4-3; 220 — Anth­ony Hall (Mohonasen) dec. Chris Lopez (Amsterdam), 7-6; 285 — Dakota Weir (Averill Park) dec. Josh Ritchey (Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake), 2-1.

CLASS CC

Team results: 1, Hudson Falls, 203; 2, Cobleskill-Richmondville, 183.5; 3, Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk, 179.5; 4, Schalmont, 176.5; 5, Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George, 163.5; 6, Schuylerville, 124; 7, Lansingburgh, 104; 8, Johnstown, 87; 9, Glens Falls, 82; 10, Cohoes, 79; 11, Canajoharie/Fort Plain, 76.5; 12, Ichabod Crane, 56.5; 13, Catskill, 35.

Championship round

99 — Gage Latterell (Hudson Falls) pinned Tim Hazzard (Canajoharie/Fort Plain), :43; 106 — Gideon Jardine (Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George) pinned Jon Payack (Canajoharie/Fort Plain), :07; 113 — Brandon Merchant (Cobleskill-Richmondville) pinned John Rue (Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk), :45; 120 — Daniel Jardine (Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George) dec. Kyler Harrington (Hudson Falls), 4-2; 126 — Jake Anderson (Schuylerville) dec. Mike Kelly (Hudson Falls), 11-9; 132 — Matt Davenport (Cobleskill-Richmondville) major dec. Jon Batchler (Schalmont); 138 — Freddy Pechette (Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk) pinned Jason Hoffman (Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George), 3:41; 145 — Taishon Graham (Lansingburgh) major dec. Mike Parker (Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk), 17-5; 152 — Anthony Paturso (Schalmont) major dec. Nick Rehburg (Cobleskill-Richmondville), 8-0; 160 — Nick Gallo (Schalmont) tech. fall Luke Misuraca (Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk), 19-4; 170 — Mike Green (Cobleskill-Richmondville) dec. Geno Brancati (Hudson Falls), 6-4; 182 — Tyler Schermerhorn (Hudson Falls) dec. Brandon Boomhower (Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk), 4-2; 195 — Andre Maxam (Glens Falls) dec. Patrick Morrison (Johnstown), 7-0; 220 — Joe Nellis (Johnstown) pinned Harrison Proctor (Schuylerville), 1:36; 285 — Alex Soutiere (Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk) pinned Nick Scott (Cohoes), 1:58.

Consolation round

99 — Alex Lambert (Schalmont) pinned Brandon Gardner (Ichabod Crane), 2:42; 106 — Connor Hughes (Schuylerville) pinned Matt Gardner (Ichabod Crane), :45; 113 — Andrew Lafay (Hudson Falls) pinned Sam Hill (Cohoes), :35; 120 — Paul Lambert (Schalmont) by forfeit over Connor Franzese (Cohoes); 126 — A.J. Fletcher (Cobleskill-Richmondville) dec. Gordon Trahan (Canajoharie/Fort Plain), 4-2; 132 — Jeru Akel (Lansingburgh) by forfeit over Bobby Newton (Hudson Falls); 138 — Caleb Stevens (Hudson Falls) dec. J.T. Heller (Schalmont), 1-0; 145 — Tyler Green (Schuylerville) by forfeit over Steve Burch (Hudson Falls); 152 — Garrett Hayes (Glens Falls) dec. Alexander Olsen (Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George), 6-1; 160 — Tyler Epting (Cobleskill-Richmondville) dec. Keivon Wood (Lansingburgh), 8-5; 170 — Matt Tocci (Glens Fall) pinned Forrest Kubricky (Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George), 1:46; 182 — Tim Flower (Schalmont) dec. Derrick Knight (Cobleskill-Richmondville), 3-0; 195 — Tyler Gallagher (Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk) dec. Sean Hogan (Hudson Falls), 7-2; 220 — Marcus Ramundo (Schalmont) dec. Logan Kunkle (Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk), 8-6 (ot); 285 — Raekwon Ward (Lansingburgh) pinned John Farace (Catskill), 2:13.

CLASS C

Team results: 1, Hoosick Falls, 236; 2, Corinth, 218; 3, Watervliet, 141.5; 4, Granville, 137; 5, Tamarac, 125; 6, Galway, 123.5; 7, Mechanicville, 113.5; 8, Fonda-Fultonville, 85; 9, Taconic Hills, 64; 10, Greenville, 54; 11, Coxackie-Athens, 50; 12, Cairo-Durham, 46.5; 13, Voorheesville, 41.

Championship round

99 — Garon LeClair (Corinth) pinned Matt Fox (Tamarac), 2:20; 106 — Luis Welerbach (Hoosick Falls) pinned Nico Riccio (Galway), :52; 113 — Jordan Sartin (Galway) dec. Cassidy White (Corinth), 4-2; 120 — Ridge Sulkey (Cairo-Durham) pinned Will Lloyd (Corinth), 1:24; 126 — Anthony Mosca (Watervliet) dec. Tyler Mulcahy (Corinth), 9-7 (ot); 132 — Ryan Matuszak (Corinth) major dec. Logan Brunick (Tamarac), 14-6; 138 — Nathaniel Palmer (Granville) dec. R.J. Rhodes (Tamarac), 4-1; 145 — Kyle Mulcahy (Corinth) pinned Steven Culbert (Galway), 3:15; 152 — Bryan Sherman (Hoosick Falls) dec. Ryan Park (Fonda-Fultonville), 6-3; 160 — Garrett Wright (Hoosick Falls) dec. Brad Perry (Granville), 5:47; 170 — Billy Pine (Hoosick Falls) pinned Frank Capone (Watervliet), 2:38; 182 — Brad Burns (Hoosick Falls) pinned Zeby Gokey (Tamarac), 1:12; 195 — Zeby Romano (Watervliet) pinned Shane Barss (Hoosick Falls), 5:48; 220 — Nick Alford (Corinth) dec. Zach Perras (Mechanicville), 10-9; 285 — William Baker (Taconic Hills) pinned Eric Moyer (Fonda-Fultonville), 3:11.

Consolation round

99 — Alex Fisher (Voorheesville) dec. Lucien Loeper (Watervliet), 3-2; 106 — Justice Middaugh (Coxsackie-Athens) pinned Collins Smith (Corinth), 1:29; 113 — Tristan Welton (Voorheesville) dec. Nolan Foster (Hoosick Falls), 3-2; 120 — Nick Schrom (Hoosick Falls) pinned Thomas Ten Eyck (Fonda-Fultonville), 1:31; 126 — Tyler Randall (Hoosick Falls) pinned Brian Myers (Tac­onic Hills), 4:23; 132 — Colby Davendonis (Hoosick Falls) dec. Damian Duffy (Granville), 6-3; 138 — Mike Matatt (Hoosick Falls) tech. fall Brannon Lambert (Corinth), 15-0, 4:50; 145 — Dominick Mancini (Fonda-Fultonville) pinned Dave Minor (Mechanicville), 2:29; 152 — Josh McIlhenny (Greenville) dec. Chris Kawola (Mechanicville), 3-0; 160 — Ryan Pappalau (Galway) dec. Matt Coreno (Mechanicville), 8-1; 170 — George Pooters (Cairo-Durham) pinned John Mulligan (Galway), 1:54; 182 — Andrew Gilchrist (Galway) dec. Tyler McCarty (Corinth), 9-8; 195 — Dan Hayner (Mechanicville) pinned Mike Clark (Corinth), 2:19; 220 — Matt Roden (Tamarac) dec. Tyler White (Watervliet), 8-2; 285 — Dwayne Nadeau (Granville) pinned T.J. Levigne (Tamarac), 2:11.

CLASS D

Team results: 1, Duanesburg, 208; 2, Salem, 202; 3, Warrensburg, 160.5; 4, Albany Academy, 160; 4, Whitehall, 160; 6, Rensselaer, 129; 7, Berne-Knox-Westerlo, 118.5; 8, Schoharie, 71; 9, Maple Hill, 60; 10, Green Tech, 53; 11, Fort Ann, 42; 12, Cambridge, 25; 13, Waterford-Halfmoon, 9.

Championship round

99 — Devin VanVlack (Duanesburg) def. Bryan Kern (Maple Hill); 106 — Kyle Miano (Rensselaer) def. Shane Barberis (Duanesburg); 113 — Matt Morris (Albany Academy) def. Win Myint (Renss­elaer); 120 — Carter Merecki (Salem) def. Al Aubin (Whitehall); 126 — Jay Kindlon (Albany Academy) def. Daniel VanDyk (Salem); 132 — Lane Oehler (Warrensburg) def. Sam DeLarge (Albany Academy); 138 — John Diekel (Whitehall) def. Sean Romanski (Albany Academy); 145 — Andy Mollevik (Duanesburg) def. Zeke Thomas (Albany Academy); 152 — Connor Lawrence (Duanesburg) def. Dustin Humphrey (Salem); 160 — Mark Caulfield (Duanesburg) def. Sheldon Allen (Green Tech); 170 — Zach French (Rensselaer) def. Kyle Eastman (Salem); 182 — Tyler Morris (Salem) def. Colin Kenyon (Duanesburg); 195 — Santino Sierra (Rensselaer) def. Jeff Senecal (Duanesburg); 220 — Joe Sprung (Berne-Knox-Westerlo) def. Nathan Winchester (Cambridge); 285 — Ahil Dawoodani (Albany Academy) def. Blake Vaisey (Warrensburg).

Consolation round

99 — Brad Ableman (Berne-Knox-Westerlo) def. Dan Monthony (Warrensburg); 106 — Austin Rich (Whitehall) def. Aidan LaPoint (Warrensburg); 113 — Luke Fronhofer (Salem) def. Ryan Love (Whitehall); 120 — Nick Nedelcu (Warrensburg) def. Vincent Storms (Rensselaer) 126 — Nicholas Kern (Maple Hill) def. Alexis Bleau (Schoharie); 132 — Austin Lown (Duanesburg) def. Devin McGill (Berne-Knox-Westerlo); 138 — Kyle Brown (Schoharie) def. Will Yarmowich (Warrensburg); 145 — Trevor Morrison (Salem) def. Jake Gregory (Whitehall); 152 — Ryan Scotto (Albany Academy) def. Julian Barber (Whitehall); 160 — Brandon Steves (Whitehall) def. Jim McGill (Berne-Knox-Westerlo); 170 — Henry Holmes (Duanesburg) def. Najee Collins-Coleman (Green Tech); 182 — James Stevens (Rensselaer) def. Chris DellRocco (Schoharie); 195 — Domminic Gregory (Whitehall) def. Parker McPhee (Salem); 220 — Jordan Keys (Sal­em) def. Kyle White (Fort Ann); 285 — Dylan Donlon (Fort Ann) def. Anthony Sierra (Rensselaer).

 
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