Watch Sunday 2.16 JSZ State Championship Wrestling Highlights
Jersey Sports Zone is in Toms River for the Wrestling Group Championships. We have in-depth coverage and extended highlights of every single match from Sunday afternoon. Enjoy the coverage — we’ll see you in A.C.! Delbarton 54 St. Augustine Prep 7 | Non-Public A Final For almost a decade the team state title has eluded the Green Wave of Delbarton. After a win over Bergen Catholic en route to a Sectional Championship, Delbarton knew this was their season to regain the title. A sound victory for the Green Wave laid their final claim to the #1 team in New Jersey. Delbarton won 12 out of 14 bouts as Nicholas Nardone won by pin while Anthony Clark and Andrew Tryoczynski won by major decision. Alex Marshall won by major for the Hermits. The highlight of the match came at 195 lbs as it was a #1 vs #2 showdown. Luke Chakonis (1) from Delbarton defeated Mike Misita (2) of St. Augustine 6-4 in Sudden Victory to cap off the win for Delbarton. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Toms River: Camden Catholic 51 Pope John XXIII 15 | Non-Public B Final The Fighting Irish are on the top of the mountain in Non-Public B once again after a convincing victory against the Lions. Pope John briefly took the lead after a pin by Eddie Ventresca at 126. However, the Irish got back on track when Danny McKennon picked up a pin at 132 and they would not cede another bout the rest of the way. Bonus points were crucial in this match as Camden Catholic racked up seven pins, including four in the final six bouts. JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from Toms River: Coverage of Camden Catholic is brought to you by NJM Insurance. Paulsboro 50 Delaware Valley 9 | Group 1 Final Less than 48 hours after receiving an ICD surgically placed in his chest, Brandon Green was in Toms River to see Paulsboro win a fifth straight state championship and the 33rd mat title in the program’s rich history. Green, the 2019 state champion at 170 lbs. collapsed on February 3rd and saw his career come to an end due to scar tissue around his heart. Paulsboro and the entire wrestling community rallied and Green received a standing ovation and stayed on the bench to root his teammates on. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights and post-match reaction: High Point 38 West Deptford 28 | Group 2 Final High Point has returned to the peak at Group 2. The Wildcats captured their sixth team state title — and third in the last four years — after rolling their way through West Deptford in the final. High Point studs Nick Douma, Josh Gervey and Billy Talmadge all wrestled back-to-back-to-back in the lineup and each delivered bonus points. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from an emotional win: Montville 34 West Essex 33 | Group 3 Final A rematch from earlier in the month that went in favor of the Mustangs would prove to be no different the second time around. Though close, Montville prevailed once again over the Knights. A 7-7 split in the bouts, it was the four pins that set the Mustangs above the Knights. Aaron Kurzer, Brandon Teresa, Noah Fox and Michael Conrad all won by pin for Montville. Carson Barry, Alex Jones, and Samuel Carsillo won by major decision for the Knights in the loss. Montville wins their first ever Group Title. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Toms River: North Hunterdon 34 Kingsway 22 | Group 4 Final Does is get any better than perfection? Just ask North Hunterdon. The Lions completed the 20-0 undefeated season Sunday on the heels of yet another rousing performance. The Lions won seven-straight bouts from 170 pounds to 106 pounds to power a comeback win. Sophomore heavyweight Liam Akers clinched the win with a first-period pin via cradle. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights: Southern Regional 38 Manalapan 24 | Group 5 Final Freshman Nick Bennet got a 4-2 sudden victory at 126 pounds that sparked the Rams to a second straight Group 5 state championship. Following Bennet’s comeback victory, Southern had back to back pins from Matt Brielmier and Eddie Hummel to build an insurmountable lead. Robert Woodcock clinched the state title with a pin at 170 pounds. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has all the action from Toms River:
Watch Friday 2.14 JSZ Sectional Championship Wrestling Highlights
The hardware isn’t just handed out; it’s earned. JSZ has coverage of team playoff wrestling sectional finals from all over the state. Delbarton 49 St. Joe’s (Mont.) 15 | Non-Public A North Final Delbarton’s dominant run throughout the state playoffs continued Friday night as the Green Wave won their first sectional title since the 2011 season. Delbarton — the consensus No. 1 ranked team in New Jersey — has outscored its competition 164-17 through three playoff matches. They’ll face St. Augustine in the Non-Public A final Sunday in Toms River. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Morristown: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of all St. Joe’s (Mont.) athletics is brought to you by Rothman Orthopaedics. Watchung Hills 37 Westfield 27 | North 2 Group 5 Final Ethan Colello scored a tech fall at 106 pounds and Dylan Kolakowski clinched the championship with a pin at 113 to give the Warriors a third straight sectional title. Westfield jumped out to a 12-0 lead early but the Warriors got pins from Jack Murray and Gerard Aroneo to take the lead back. Leading 26-21 with three bouts to go, Colello and Kolakowski closed out the victory. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights: Paulsboro 46 Woodstown 19 | South Jersey Group 1 Final The Red Raiders did it for Brandon. Defending 170-pound state champion and Virginia Tech commit Brandon Green has been in the hospital for almost two weeks, and Paulsboro has been rallying to push on through the playoffs. The Red Raiders took down the Wolverines to win their 12th consecutive sectional championship. JSZ’s Mike Frankel the highlights and reaction from an emotional night in Woodstown: West Deptford 39 Haddonfield 21 | South Jersey Group 2 Final The Eagles win back-to-back sectional titles for the first time in program history in a back-and-forth battle against the Bulldogs. West Deptford led early but lost four consecutive bouts and trailed halfway through the match. Cody Thurston (195), Tion Cherry (285), and Justin Monzo-Hull (120) picked up huge pins down the stretch to clinch the title for the Eagles. JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from West Deptford: Coverage of Haddonfield is brought to you by NJM Insurance. Southern 36 Howell 30 | South Jersey Group 5 Final The clash of two Shore Conference and New Jersey powerhouses was a blow for blow battle! A 7-7 split in the 14 bouts came down to the last match and freshman Cole Velardi delivered for the Rams. With a pin in the final bout, Velardi secured the win for Southern, they won their third sectional championship in a row and fourteenth all time. Conor Collins, Eddie Hummel, Cole Velardi, Robert Woodcock and JT Cornelius won by fall for the Rams. Paul Jakub won by fall while Nick Cerulli and Shane Rietsma won by tech fall in the loss. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Farmingdale:
Watch Wednesday 2.12 JSZ Playoff Wrestling Highlights
The state team wrestling playoffs continue to intensify with sectional semifinal action. JSZ has highlights from several marquee matches! Delbarton 45 Bergen Catholic 12 | Non-Public A North Bergen Catholic’s 96-match win streak over NJSIAA competition came to a screeching halt Wednesday night as the Green Wave pounded the Crusaders from start to finish. Luke Chakonis (220 lbs.) and PJ Casale (285 lbs.) each scored key pins before the turn of the lineup, while Joe Davi (120 lbs.) and Nico Nardone (126 lbs.) notched eye-opening upsets over multi-year state finalists. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights and more from Morristown: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of all Bergen Catholic athletics throughout the 2019-2020 season is brought to you by Rothman Orthopaedics. Moorestown 30 Highland 27 | South Jersey Group 4 After an upset win over #3 Central in the opening round, the sixth-seeded Quakers kept it rolling with a victory over #2 Highland. Rob Damerjian returned from injury to make his season debut, earning a major decision for Moorestown. John Dalmass and Adam Robinson both picked up pins for the Quakers. Jurius Clark won by fall for the Tartans in the loss. Moorestown advances to face top-seeded Kingsway for the South Jersey Group 4 title on Friday night. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Blackwood: Coverage of Moorestown is brought to you by NJM Insurance. Coverage of Highland is made possible by Cooper University Health Care. Rumson-Fair Haven 32 Point Pleasant Boro 31 | Central Jersey Group 2 Michael Ponenti scored a 6-1 decision at 170 pounds in the final match to give Rumson-Fair Haven a one-point win against the #2 seed and a spot in the Central Jersey Group 2 finals against top seed South Plainfield. RFH scored two pins by Shay Addison and Jack Kelly to race out to a 12-0 lead. Point Boro would rally from 15-0 down to take a 22-21 lead on a pin by Jack Thompson. The Brignola twins would ultimately set the stage for Rumson’s win. Max got a pin at 145 pounds and Tyler scored a critical 2-1 OT win at 152 to make it 29-25 RFH. Ty Bailey’s pin gave Point Boro a 31-29 advantage heading into the final match at 170 where Ponenti scored early and controlled the entire six minutes. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from an All-Shore Conference battle: Jersey Sports Zone was at this great match because of ACI Medical & Dental School. ACI supports JSZ’s coverage of Rumson-Fair Haven. One of the top technical schools in NJ, Advantage Career Institute Medical & Dental School in Central New Jersey offers a variety of programs in the in-demand medical and dental industries. Visit ACI.edu to learn more! Phillipsburg 43 Middletown North 20 | North Jersey 2 Group 4 Middletown North got off the bus ready to scrap as they won the first four bouts, three coming by bonus point victories and they jumped out to an early 17-0 lead. The Stateliners slowly chipped away as they won nine of the last ten and eight were in a row. Joe Innamorato got the momentum started as he won by major decision at 132 lbs. The Stateliners also got bonus point wins as Matt Donofrio won by major decision, Nate Zastowny won by tech fall, Jacob Wicks won by pin and Cody Cruts won by pin. Fred Luchs won by pin while Tyler Klinksy and Colin Oden won by major decision in the loss. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Phillipsburg: Coverage of tonights match is brought to you by a pair of sponsors ACI Medical and Dental School (Middletown North) and The Garnet Booster Club (Phillipsburg). We thank our sponsors as our work would not be possible without their help and support!
Watch Monday 2.10 JSZ Playoff Wrestling Highlights
The state team wrestling playoffs begin with sectional quarterfinal action! Be sure to check back throughout the night for plenty of pins! Delsea 43 Gateway 19 | South Jersey Group 3 The Crusaders are chasing their 10th consecutive South Jersey title, and they rolled past the Gators to open the playoffs. Travis Griffith, Tim Spatola, Asa Walton and Justin Dougherty all secured pins for Delsea in the victory. Chris Howarth and Tom Goetz both won by fall for Gateway in the loss. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Franklinville: Coverage of Delsea is brought to you by NJM Insurance. Long Branch 39 Hightstown 18 | Central Jersey Group 4 Long Branch last won a sectional title in 2018 and looked to rekindle that spark Monday as the Green Wave won nine of 14 bouts to advance in the Central Jersey Group 4 tournament. Upperweight studs Pat O’Dwyer and Tracey Taylor scored decision wins while Dylan Kelleher, Ryan Zimmerman and Ryan Carey each notched pins in the win. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Long Branch: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Long Branch (Rosario Realty) and Hightstown (Princeton Orthopaedic Associates) was brought to you by a pair of loyal JSZ sponsors. Without them, we wouldn’t have been at this match! Jackson Memorial 41 Freehold Boro 18 | Central Jersey Group 4 The returning Central Jersey Group 4 champions got off to a strong start in the sectional quarterfinals with a big win over the Colonials. Jackson won nine of 14 bouts, six of which were bonus point victories with four pins. Brad Galassi, Mike Rauch, Hunter Smith and Kyle Epperly all won by fall for the Jags. Shore Conference champion Nico Messina won by pin for Freehold Boro. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Jackson: Our coverage of Freehold Boro (Playa Bowls of Freehold Raceway Mall) and Jackson Memorial (Louro Chiropractic Center) was brought to you by two great sponsors!
Watch JSZ Shore Conference Wrestling Championship Highlights
Red Bank Regional hosted the Shore Conference wrestling championships. Jersey Sports Zone brings you highlights and post-match interviews from all 14 finals. We will post each match throughout Saturday night! 113 pounds (1) Tyler Klinsky, Middletown North defeats (2) Ryan Rosenthal, Toms River North 10-3 Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Middletown North is brought to you by ACI Medical & Dental School. One of the top technical schools in NJ, Advantage Career Institute Medical & Dental School in Central New Jersey offers a variety of programs in the in-demand medical and dental industries. Visit ACI.edu to learn more! 120 pounds (1) Dean Peterson, St. John Vianney defeats (2) Vincent Santaniello, Brick Memorial 5-3 126 pounds (3) Nico Messina, Freehold Boro defeats (5) Thomas O’Keefe, Middletown North 6-4 Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Freehold Boro is brought to you by Playa Bowls in the Freehold Raceway Mall 132 pounds (3) Jack Nies, Ocean Township defeats (1) Michael Conklin, Toms River East 6-4 Sudden Victory 138 pounds (4) Logan Waller, Colts Neck pins (3) Ryan Zimmerman, Long Branch 4:30 *Waller named Most Outstanding Wrestler* Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Long Branch is made possible by Rosario Realty 145 pounds (1) Max Brignola, Rumson-Fair Haven major decision vs. (6) Hunter Konstantoulas, Manalapan 19-7 Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Rumson-Fair Haven is brought to you by ACI Medical & Dental School. One of the top technical schools in NJ, Advantage Career Institute Medical & Dental School in Central New Jersey offers a variety of programs in the in-demand medical and dental industries. Visit ACI.edu to learn more! 152 pounds (1) Nick Boggiano, Toms River North major decision vs. (3) Mike McGhee, Shore Regional 10-0 160 pounds (1) Matt Benedetti, Manalapan defeats (3) Shay Addison, Rumson-Fair Haven 5-1 170 pounds (1) Shane Reitsma (Howell) major decision vs. (6) Hunter Smith, Jackson Memorial 11-3 182 pounds (3) Joe Colon, Brick Memorial defeats (1) Luke Rada, Colts Neck 9-6 195 pounds (1) Kyle Epperly, Jackson Memorial defeats (2) David Szuba, Brick Memorial 10-3 Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Jackson Memorial is made possible thanks to Louro Chiropractic Center 220 pounds (3) Vin Ceglie, Lacey defeats (1) Mike Nakano, Toms River North 6-5 285 pounds (1) Justin Wright, Howell defeats (2) John O’Donnell, Toms River North 3-2 106 pounds (2) Anthony Santaniello, Brick Memorial defeats (1) Evan Tallmadge, Brick Township 1-0
Highland Handles Hammonton in Tri-County Clash
Highland 56 Hammonton 13 The Tartans piled up the bonus points against the Blue Devils in a potential South Jersey Group 4 playoff preview. Tre Seamon, Eli Wilson, Krishon Davis, Matt Hoelke, Brett Buckingham and Jurius Clark all pinned for Highland. Jon Prendergast and Jaheim Armstrong both won by major decision for the Tartans as well. T.J. Ruggeri won by fall for the Blue Devils in the loss. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from this Tri-County Conference clash in Blackwood: Coverage of Highland is brought to you by Cooper University Health Care.
Watch Saturday 1.25 JSZ Wrestling Highlights
JSZ was on hand in Phillipsburg for a high-powered match-up between two of New Jersey’s top 20 wrestling programs. Southern 36 Phillipsburg 24 After falling to Toms River North, the Rams had to refocus for their much-anticipated match-up with Phillipsburg. In a dual that saw a 7-7 bout split, it was the bonus points that separated the Rams from the Stateliners. Southern won five of their matches by pin while Phillipsburg could only muster three major decisions. Robert Woodcock, Connor Collins, Eddie Hummel, Matt Brielmeier and Cole Velardi all won by pin for the Rams. James Day, Joe Innamorato, and Jared Kukor won by major for the Stateliners. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Phillipsburg: 160: Robert Woodcock (S) over Nate Zastowny (P) (F 4:45) 170: James Palitto (P) over Colin Boero (S) (D 6-0) 182: Jacob Wicks (P) over Stephen Jennings (S) (D 4-0) 195: David Pierson (P) over Ben Loparo (S) (D 3-2) 220: JT Cornelius (S) over Gage Horvath (P) (D 2-0) 285: Jayden Smith (S) over Cody Cruts (P) (D 8-2) 106: Connor Collins (S) over Sean Stasiulaitis (P) (F 2:51) 113: James Day (P) over Pat Iacoves (S) (MD 15-5) 120: Logan Mazcko (P) over Nick Bennet (S) (D 4-2) 126: Joe Innamorato (P) over Jayson Scerbo (S) (MD 11-2) 132: Eddie Hummel (S) over Jason Tino (P) (F 5:35) 138: Matt Brielmeier (S) over Hunter Cleaver (P) (F 1:30) 145: Jared Kukor (P) over Geoffrey Solis (S) (MD 14-4) 152: Cole Velardi (S) over Matt Donofrio (P) (F 1:54)
Williamstown Tops Washington Township on Senior Night
Williamstown 40 Washington Twp. 22 The Braves celebrated Senior Night in style by snapping the Minutemen’s eight match winning streak. After dropping the first bout of the night at 113, Williamstown reeled off four straight victories, including a pin by Michael Davidson at 126, to jump out to a lead that they would not relinquish. Matt Curran and Thomas Sherlock also pick up pins for the Braves. Nick Flamma and Dominic Petracci score pins for the Minutemen in the loss. JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from Williamstown: Coverage of Washington Township is brought to you by Cooper University Health Care.
Watch Wednesday 1.22 Wrestling Highlights
JSZ was mat side for two high profile matchups in North and Central Jersey as Bergen Catholic took on St. Joe’s (Mont.) in an anticipated matchup while Brick Memorial traveled to Toms River North for a divisional showdown. Check back tonight for the coverage! Bergen Catholic 36 St. Joe’s (Mont.) 29 One of the most anticipated showdowns in the Big North did not disappoints. Despite trailing at the turn of the lineup, Bergen Catholic rolled to show why they’re the top team in New Jersey and among the very best in America. The Crusaders dominated from 106 pounds to 126 pounds, where they scored three pins and a huge decision win. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Oradell: Match Results 138: Michael Cetta (SJR) over William Grater (MD 9-1) 145: Joseph Zargo (BC) over Michael Dellagatta (Dec 11-5) 152: Alex Strashinsky (BC) over Stefano Sgambellone (Dec 5-4) 160: Nate Camiscioli (BC) over Roberto Padilla (Dec 6-2) 170: AJ Fricchione (SJR) over Justin Onello (Fall 5:59) 182: Jack Farinaro (SJR) over (BC) (For.) 195: John Fiore (BC) over Ja’Naz Williams (Fall 3:59) 220: Michael Toranzo (SJR) over Remy Brancato (Dec 3-1) 285: Jim Mullen (SJR) over Esquire Boyce (Fall 1:15) 106: Aidan Wallace (BC) over Josh Iannone (Fall 2:56) 113: Joseph Cangro (BC) over Joe Manno (Fall 3:59) 120: Nick Kayal (BC) over Mateo Sgambellone (Fall 2:42) 126: Robert Howard (BC) over Alex Almeyda (Dec 7-2) 132: Justin Bierdumpfel (SJR) over Eric Broadie (MD 10-1) Jersey Sports Zone’s continued coverage of all Bergen Catholic and St. Joe’s athletics throughout the 2019-2020 scholastic year is proudly brought to you by Rothman Orthopaedics. Toms River North 45 Brick Memorial 26 The Mariners captured their second straight A-South Divisional title with their win over the Mustangs. Toms River North earned bonus points in each of their eight victories. Mike Nakano and Nick Mancuso won by pin for the Mariners. Anthony Santaniello remained undefeated and won by major decision for the Mustangs while his brother Vincent Santaniello along with Joe Colon won by pin. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Toms River: Match Results 195: David Szuba (BM) over James Elias (TRN) (MD 13-4) 220: Mike Nakano (TRN) over Matt Murphy (BM) (F 1:08) 285: John O’Donnell (TRN) FF 106: Anthony Santaniello (BM) over Cole Anderson (TRN) (MD 16-2) 113: Ryan Rosenthal (TRN) FF 120: Vincent Santaniello (BM) over Alex Danelson (TRN) (F 5:32) 126: Michael Richardson (BM) over Jake Rosenthal (TRN) (D 6-0) 132: Michael Cate (BM) over Mark Fedeli (TRN) (D 7-6) 138: Oneil Forbes (TRN) over Victor DiPianta (BM) (MD 17-7) 145: Sergio Borda (TRN) over Nelson DeJesus (BM) (TF 4:20) 152: Nick Boggiano (TRN) FF 160: Matt Spalletta (TRN) FF 170: Joe Colon (BM) over Justin Burkert (TRN) (F :40) 182: Nick Mancuso (TRN) over Rueben Lizardi (BM) (F 1:26)
Watch Tuesday 1.21 JSZ Wrestling Highlights
JSZ hits the mats in the Shore Conference for a pair of big-time matchups — Howell vs. Long Branch and Southern vs. Middletown North. Stay tuned throughout the night for our coverage of all the action! Southern 49 Middletown North 18 Southern did not blink when lining up against a perfect 10-0 Middletown North team. The Rams, who have one of the most complete lineups in the entire state, won 10 out of 14 bouts to score a Shore Conference win over the Lions. Robert Woodcock and Cole Velardi scored two out of the five pins in this match. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Middletown: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone is excited to have ACI Medical & Dental School join our team and present our Central Jersey Game Balls all year long in addition to allowing us to bring great highlights and features to Rumson-Fair Haven and Middletown North. One of the top technical schools in New Jersey, Advantage Career Institute Medical & Dental School in Central New Jersey offers a variety of programs in the in-demand medical and dental industries. Visit ACI.org to learn more! Match Results 285: JT Cornelius (SORE) over Nico Cerbo (Dec 5-2) 106: Conor Collins (SORE) over Colin Oden (Fall 1:37) 113: Tyler Klinsky (MINO) over Pat Iacoves (TF 23-8 3:53) 120: Fred Luchs (MINO) over Jayson Scerbo (SV-1 3-1) 126: Thomas O`Keefe (MINO) over Nick Bennet (TF 18-3 4:35) 132: Matt Brielmeier (SORE) over Jack Butler (Dec 4-0) 138: Nate Bischoff (SORE) over Rich Wall (Dec 6-2) 145: Eddie Hummel (SORE) over Grant Heller (TF 20-4 3:52) 152: Chris McCarthy (MINO) over Jason Sari (TF 15-0 3:36) 160: Cole Velardi (SORE) over Shaun Sullivan (Fall 1:03) 170: Robert Woodcock (SORE) over Eddie Farrell (Fall 2:24) 182: Ben LoParo (SORE) over Gabriel Lubrano Lavandera (TF 22-7 5:30) 195: Stephen Jennings (SORE) over Jack Lopez (Fall 5:09) 220: Gabe Murray (SORE) over Andrew Kanski (Fall 3:52) Howell 47 Long Branch 23 The Howell Rebels clinched at least a share of the A-North Divisional title with their win over the Green Wave. Howell was powered by 5 pins from Justin Wright, Ethan Liptzin, Colin Bradshaw, Nieko Malone, and Paul Jakub. Shane Rietsma won by technical fall for the Rebels while Ryan Zimmerman won by pin for Long Branch. With a win over Middletown South tomorrow, the Rebels will clinch an outright A-North title. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Howell: 170: Shane Rietsma (H) over Deiondre McCulers (LB) (TF 24-9 5:58) 182: Nick Cerulli (H) over Andrew Conklin (LB) (D 7-6) 195: Patrick O’Dwyer (LB) over Hunter Lino (H) (D 8-5) 220: Tracey Taylor (LB) over George Ibram (H) (MD 16-2) 285: Justin Wright (H) over Matthew Giudetti (LB) (F 4:36) 106: Ethan Liptzin (H) over Domenic Demarzo (LB) (F 1:20) 113: Colin Bradshaw (H) over Ignacio Guzman (LB) (F 1:53) 120: Kyle Nase (H) FF 126: Nieko Malone (H) over Logan Smith (LB) (F :27) 132: Joe Conlon (LB) over James McGee (H) (MD 12-2) 138: Isaiah Fenton (H) over Angel Bonnano (LB) (D 5-1) 145: Ryan Zimmerman (LB) over Nick Acque (H) (F 1:03) 152: Ryan Carvey (LB) over Edwin Brew (H) (Injury Def.) 160: Paul Jakub (H) over Jack Friedman (LB) (F 3:53)
Blair Back on Top With No. 1 Overall National Ranking
The annual Wyoming Seminary (PA) vs. Blair Academy match is always high stakes and the 2020 rendition was an instant classic. This battle of the nation’s Top Two teams went down to the wire as Blair secured a 31-24 win to become the new No. 1 overall-ranked high school team in the United States. The Bucs won four of their five last matches from 170 pounds to heavyweight to lock up the win before a raucous capacity crowd at Blair. Wyoming Seminary came into this match with the No. 1 overall team ranking after placing first at the Walsh Jesuit Ironman Tournament. Blair Academy, who was ranked at No. 2 overall, finished second in that same tournament. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the full highlights and post-game interviews: Match Results 106: Marc-Anthony McGowan (BLAC) over Brandon Cannon (WYSE) (Dec 8-5) 113: Brennen Cernus (WYSE) over Mason Stefanelli (BLAC) (Fall 5:18) 120: Ryan Miller (BLAC) over Gregor McNeil (WYSE) (MD 11-3) 126: Trevor Mastrogiovanni (BLAC) over Mark Botello (WYSE) (Fall 2:53) 132: Shane VanNess (BLAC) over Drew Munch (WYSE) (MD 19-5) 138: Beau Bartlett (WYSE) over Louis Colaiocco (BLAC) (Fall 2:33) 145: Lachlan McNeil (WYSE) over Lucas Chittum (BLAC) (Dec 6-3) 152: Connor Kievman (WYSE) over Lorenzo Norman (BLAC) (Dec 8-4) 160: Gabe Arnold (WYSE) over Travis Mastrogiovanni (BLAC) (TB-1 6-2) 170: Thomas Stewart (BLAC) over Andrew Donahue (WYSE) (Dec 5-4) 182: Rylan Rogers (BLAC) over Cole Rees (WYSE) (Dec 3-0) 195: Peyton Craft (BLAC) over Wolfgang Frable (WYSE) (TF 16-1 5:23) 220: Kolby Franklin (WYSE) over Noah Pettigrew (BLAC) (Dec 6-4) 285: Eijah Anthony (BLAC) over Nate Miler (WYSE) (Dec 5-0)
St. Peter’s Shocks St. Joe’s With Walk-Off Pin
St. Peter’s Prep 36 St. Joe’s (Mont.) 35 With the match on the line and needing six team points to win, St. Peter’s Prep 120-pounder Patrick Adams delivered a walk-off pin late in the third period to spark the Marauders’ come-from-behind victory over St. Joe’s (Mont.). The match started at 132 pounds. The Green Knights led 35-15 at the turn of the lineup before St. Peter’s Prep collected 21 consecutive points to score the win. St. Joe’s did not weigh any wrestlers in at 113 pounds and 126 pounds, effectively making the 120-pound bout the deciding factor. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights and post-game reaction from Jersey City: Match Results (Highlighted Bouts in Bold) 106: Angelo Pellicci (St. Peter’s Prep) d. Josh Iannone, 8-2. 113: Donovan Chavis (St. Peter’s Prep) won by forfeit. 120: Patrick Adams (St. Peter’s Prep) p. Joe Manno, 5:22 126: Sean Reindero (St. Peter’s Prep) won by forfeit. 132: Felix Lettini (St. Peter’s Prep) d. Mateo Sgambellone, 7-1. 138: Justin Bierdumpfel (St. Joseph (Mont.)) d. Michael Pestana, 17-0 (TF 3:20). 145: Michael Dellagatta (St. Joseph (Mont.)) d. Connor Cortese, 2-0. 152: Stefano Sgambellone (St. Joseph (Mont.)) d. Alejandro Leon, 4-2. 160: Roger Diaz (St. Peter’s Prep) p. Devin Stapleton, 3:39 170: AJ Fricchione (St. Joseph (Mont.)) p. Daniel Martinez, 2:22 182: Jack Farinaro (St. Joseph (Mont.)) p. Anthony Asante-Danso, 0:24 195: Eduardo Hernandez (St. Peter’s Prep) p. Benjamin Pichardo, 2:45 220: Michael Toranzo (St. Joseph (Mont.)) p. London Robinson, 0:26 285: Jimmy Mullen (St. Joseph (Mont.)) p. Evan Scribner, 1:13 Sponsor Shoutout! Thanks to Rothman Orthopaedics, Jersey Sports Zone was able to be at this heart-pounding match. They will be sponsoring all St. Joe’s (Mont.) athletics for the rest of the 2019-2020 scholastic season.
Woodstown Pins for the Win Against Delsea
Woodstown 36 Delsea 31 In a Tri-County Conference dual that came all the way down to the wire, the Wolverines won a thriller over the Crusaders. Woodstown trailed by one heading into the 132-pound match before Lucas Predergast secured a walk-off pin for the Woodies. Bonus points were the difference as Connor Batten, Jamason Taylor, Chris Gerrity, and Cameron Morgan all won by fall for Woodstown as well. Tim Spatola, Asa Walton and Justin Dougherty all pinned for Delsea in the loss. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Franklinville: Coverage of Delsea is made possible by NJM Insurance.
Blair Dominates Delbarton in All-NJ Showdown
With tons of talent on hand at Blair Academy Saturday afternoon, it was the home team Bucs who continued to show why they’re one of the best teams in the country. Blair – ranked No. 2 nationally by Intermat – squared off with fellow NJ squad and No. 11 ranked Delbarton during the annual 2020 Blair Duals. The Bucs lineup was highlighted by seven wrestlers ranked within the Top 10 of their weights in the nation and those rankings held up as Blair hustled through Delbarton to a 56-6 win. Blair went 3-0 at the duals, outscoring their opposition 190-10 while also defeating Baylor School (TN) and Belmont Hill School (MA). They’ll host No. 1 Wyoming Seminary (PA) next weekend with the nation’s top team ranking on the line. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from this All-New Jersey matchup from Blairstown: Match Results (BOLDED Featured in Video) 106: Marc-Anthony McGowan (BLAIR) over Tyler Vazquez (Dec 5-3) 113: Mason Stefanelli (BLAIR) over Cross Wasilewski (Dec 4-2) 120: Ryan Miller (BLAIR) over Joseph Davi (MD 16-5) 126: Trevor Mastrogiovanni (BLAIR) over Thomas Fischer (Fall 0:23) 132: Shayne Van Ness (BLAIR) over Simon Ruiz (TF 23-8 5:56) 138: Lucas Chittum (BLAIR) over Jack Napeloni (MD 20-6) 145: Lorenzo Norman (BLAIR) over Stephen O’Neil, Jr. (MD 13-4) 152: Travis Mastrogiovanni (BLAIR) over Colin Calvetti (Fall 0:36) 160: Thomas Stewart (BLAIR) over Jack Sharma (MD 13-4) 170: Dante Stefanelli (DELB) over Oliver Tipton (Fall 2:19) 182: Rylan Rogers (BLAIR) over Nicholas Olivieri (TF 20-5 4:33) 195: Peyton Craft (BLAIR) over Luke Chakonis (Dec 6-2) 220: Noah Pettigrew (BLAIR) over P.J. Casale (SV-1 6-4) 285: Eijah Anthony (BLAIR) over (DELB) (For.)
Watch Friday 1.10 JSZ Wrestling Highlights
Jersey Sports Zone takes a trip down to the Jersey Shore for a pair of matches in the Shore Conference. In the highlights: Middletown North has a new career wins record holder and Howell continues to dominate local competition. Enjoy the matches! Middletown North 36 Ocean 27 Put his name at the top of the list! Middletown North star senior 113-pounder Tyler Klinsky broke the school’s record for career wins Friday night after a 15-second pin. He now has 134 career victories and counting. Outside of Klinsky, the Lions won seven bouts – six with bonus points – to secure a B North divisional win. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Middletown: Match Results 285: Joseph Teresi (OCTO) over Andrew Kanski (Fall 1:08) 106: Blake Tarnowski (OCTO) over Colin Oden (Dec 4-3) 113: Tyler Klinsky (MINO) over Christopher Loyola (Fall 0:15) 120: Fred Luchs (MINO) over Gio Poniros (TF 17-2 5:49) 126: Thomas O’Keefe (MINO) over Alex Taylor (Fall 5:08) 132: Jack Butler (MINO) over AJ Benner (Fall 2:50) 138: Jack Nies (OCTO) over Enrico Astornio (TF 21-5 3:01) 145: Alex Poniros (OCTO) over Rich Wall (MD 11-2) 152: Nicholas Benner (OCTO) over Grant Heller (Dec 10-6) 160: Jared Tracey (OCTO) over Shaun Sullivan (Dec 9-5) 170: Tah-Jay Phillips (OCTO) over Eddie Farrell (Dec 7-6) 182: Gabriel Lubrano Lavandera (MINO) over Christian Petit (MD 12-3) 195: Jack Lopez (MINO) over Mateo Chavarriaga (Dec 5-0) 220: Nico Cerbo (MINO) over Alejandro Villarraga (Fall 2:23) Howell 43 Jackson 19 The Howell Rebels continued their dominance of the Shore Conference wrestling with a 43-19 win over Jackson Memorial. The Rebels picked up pins by Justin Wright, Colin Bradshaw, James McGee, Nick Acgue and Shane Reistma in the victory. Kyle Epperly won by pin for the Jags. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Howell: 182: Nick Cerulli (H) d. Mike Fiore (JM), 12-5 195: Kyle Epperly (JM) p. Hunter Lino (H), 3:17 220: Brad Galassi (JM) d. George Ibram (H), 7-2 285: Justin Wright (H) p. Antonio Farias (JM), 3:17 106: Brett Blaess (JM) d. Ethan Liptzin (H), 4-3 113: Colin Bradshaw (H) p. Lucas Lipari (JM), 2:23 120: Kyle Nase (H) d. Luke Temple (JM), 4-3 126: Nieko Malone (H) md. Lance Hobbs (JM), 14-0 132: James McGee (H) p. George Ebid (JM), 2:46 138: Nick White (JM) md. Rob Wiessel (H), 11-0 145: Nick Acque (H) p. Luke Hamman (JM), 5:20 152: Mike Rauch (JM) d. J.T. Goodman (H), 8-4 160: Paul Jakub (H) d. Rob Lagravenis (JM), 12-8 170: Shane Rietsma (H) p. Hunter Smith (JM), 1:44
Watch Wednesday 1.8 JSZ Wrestling Highlights
There was terrific action on the mat all over the Garden State on Wednesday. Be sure to check back throughout the night to watch all of the highlights! Cherry Hill West 56 Winslow Twp. 9 The Lions roared past the Eagles in an Olympic Conference clash. Brandon Drea, Nick Berckman, Jaden Reyes, Tyler Edwards, Sean Higgins and Michael Cilurso all pinned for West in the victory. Shaun Kirkley won by fall for Winslow in the loss. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Atco: Phillipsburg 35 Hunterdon Central 19 The Stateliners dominated Skyland Conference foe Hunterdon Central. Phillipsburg won 9 of the 14 bouts. Momentum built up with two pins and a major decision at the top three weight classes for Phillipsburg and powered the Stateliners to victory. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Hunterdon: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Phillipsburg is made possible thanks to the Garnet Booster Club.
Cherokee Tops Washington Twp. in Key Olympic Conference Clash
Cherokee 37 Washington Twp. 31 The Chiefs fell behind 15-0 after four bouts, but stormed back to win the next six bouts in a row to take down the Minutemen. Evan Brown, Tommy Rubino, Andrew Aromando and Nathan Lapinski all pinned for Cherokee. Cooper Pontelandolfo and Ian Manahan also delivered bonus points, with both winning by technical fall. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Marlton: Coverage of Washington Township is brought to you by Cooper University Health Care.
Watch Thursday 1.2 JSZ Wrestling Highlights
Jersey Sports Zone has a pair of dual meets featuring some powerhouse teams to help kick off the new year! Check back throughout the night for all of the action! Southern Regional 41 Jackson Memorial 24 The Rams racked up eight straight wins between 113 and 160 pounds to get a win over one of their Shore Conference rivals. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Jackson Memorial is made possible thanks to Louro Chiropractic Paulsboro 50 Audubon 11 The Red Raiders have won four Group 1 state championships in a row, and they certainly flexed their muscle against the Green Wave. Devin Horton, Shawn Williams, Brandon Green, Dante Onorato, Doug King and Georgio Mazzeo all pinned in the victory. Jacob Perez-Eli added a win by technical fall, while Anthony Giordano won by decision in an overtime thriller. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from this Colonial Conference clash:
Pins Galore as Seton Hall Prep tops South Plainfield on the Mat
It might still be early in the season, but both Seton Hall Prep and South Plainfield (the reigning Group 2 champions) were looking for statement wins to start off the year. The Pirates pulled out a 40-31 victory over the Tigers after a match highlighted by eight total pins between the two squads. Seton Hall Prep lead 31-10 at the turn of the lineup and South Plainfield got within four points before a Connor Decker tech ended the match. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from South Plainfield: Match Results 145: Cole Carroll (SHP) over Issa Jadallah (Fall 0:35) 152: Xavier Santos (SOPL) over Aidan Cunningham (MD 8-0) 160: Jack Wilt (SHP) over Daniel Borsos (Fall 5:53) 170: Zachary Merlino (SHP) over Aidan MacKenzie (MD 14-3) 182: AJ Hinton (SHP) over Kenneth Clevengar (Fall 5:58) 195: Michael Massa (SHP) over Thomas Renna (Dec. 6-5) 220: Andrew Mitzak (SHP) over Austin Scott (Fall 1:03) 285: Julian Medina (SOPL) over Brandon Blanco (Fall 0:28) 106: J.J. Giordano (SOPL) over Joseph Sciarrone (Dec. 2-0) 113: Julian Irizarry (SOPL) over Robert Crofford (Fall 2:38) 120: Jacob DelVecchio (SOPL) over Gabriel Jiminez (Fall 4:40) 126: Lawrence Melchionda (SHP) over Andrew Loniewski (MD 13-2) 132: Anthony White (SOPL) over Dean Musialowicz (Fall 3:51) 138: Connor Decker (SHP) over Tyler Balent (TF 15-0 4:41)
Four NJ wrestlers win titles at Beast of the East, Blair dominates to 20th straight team crown
The University of Delaware hosted wrestling teams from Ohio and Connecticut all the way down to Florida in what is considered one of the best scholastic in-season tournaments in high school wrestling. New Jersey wrestlers showed that the state continues to be regarded as one of the best in the nation. Blair Academy won the team competition for a 20th straight year with Bergen Catholic finishing in fourth. In the individual finals, there were eight bouts involving NJ wrestlers with four coming home with the prestigious Beast of the East title. JSZ will post highlights and post-match reactions from the championship bouts throughout the evening 106 pounds Brandon Cannon, Wyoming Seminary (PA) defeats Tyler Vazquez, Delbarton 5-1 (OT) Tyler Vazquez upset the #1 106-pound wrestler in the nation in the semifinals to reach the championship bout and took Brandon Cannon into overtime before falling short: 120 pounds Dean Peterson, Saint John Vianney defeats Ryan Miller, Blair Academy 8-2 St. John Vianney’s first-ever state champion at 113 pounds last year is off to a great start at 120 and unveils a creative move in his arsenal. See “The Peterson” and a dominating effort to win the Beast of the East title: 126 pounds Ryan Crookham, Notre Dame (PA) defeats Eddie Ventresca, Pope John 5-4 132 pounds Jimmy Carmany, Brecksville (OH) defeats Joey Olivieri, Hanover Park 2-1 Hanover Park’s Joey Olivieri held a 1-0 lead until the final seconds before Brecksville, Ohio’s Jimmy Carmany scored a two-point takedown with under five seconds remaining in the match. 138 pounds Cody Chittum, Blair Academy defeats Kenny Herrmann, Bethlehem Catholic (PA) 10-8 Trailing 5-2 at the end of two periods and 8-5 late, Blair Academy’s Cody Chittum used a cradle lock for two points and earned three more back points on the turn to score a 10-8 win over the Harvard wrestling commit to win the 138-pound championship. Chittum’s late heroics earned him Most Outstanding Wrestler and helped Blair Academy claim the overall team title. Watch the big move and post-match interview now: 170 pounds Connor O’Neill, DePaul Catholic defeats Domonic Mata, Blair Academy 4-2 DePaul Catholic’s Connor O’Neill lost to Blair’s Domonic Mata last year in the 160 pound Beast of the East championship match. One year later at 170, O’Neill scored four early points which proved to be the difference in a 4-2 decision. The Rutgers commit starts his senior season off with one of his major goals accomplished: 182 pounds John Poznanski, Colonia defeats Rylan Rogers, Blair Academy 5-2 The Rutgers commit showed his top seed was justified in a matchup of two top-10 nationally ranked wrestlers. Posnanski raced out to a 4-0 lead and never looked back to win the Beast of the East title: 190 pounds Nicholas Feldman, Malvern Prep (PA) defeats Peyton Craft, Blair Academy 7-3 Team Results 1st – Blair Academy – 239.5 2nd – Brecksville (OH) – 175 3rd – Malvern Prep (PA) – 164.5 4th – Bergen Catholic – 162.5 5th – Notre Dame (PA) – 141 6th – Lake Highland Prep (FL) – 128 7th – Elyria (OH) – 127.5 8th – Nazareth (PA) – 119 9th – Delbarton – 118 10th – McDonogh (MD) – 108
JSZ Year in Review: Top Wrestling Matches of 2018
Jersey Sports Zone is about capturing great video highlights. As we get ready to turn the page towards the 2019-20 school year, we take one more look back at the top games captured by our cameras. Our series continues with wrestling. Plain and simple, New Jersey high school wrestling never disappoints. The state produces legit Division I talent year in and year out, and the 2018-2019 season was no different. Our list is a mix of the most viewed dual meets and state championship bouts from the season. #10: St. John Vianney’s Dean Peterson wins the 113-Pound State Championship It was a year to remember for Dean Peterson. The super sophomore rolled through his opponents all season long to a 39-0 record and his first state title. #9: Hunterdon Central’s Brett Ungar win the 106-Pound State Championship Brett Ungar and Tyler Klinksy each hadn’t lost a match all season long, but that would change when Ungar earned a major decision on his way to a state title. #8: Wall’s Rob Kanniard wins the 160-Pound State Championship Rob Kanniard might have had the most dominating season ever in New Jersey high school wrestling. He completed an undefeated 46-0 season, did not allow a single offensive point to be scored on him and won his first state. Kanniard now heads to Rutgers University to wrestle. #7: Howell 30 South Plainfeld 28 Howell and South Plainfield boast two of the most storied public school programs ever in New Jersey. The two powers clashed for bragging rights as the top public team in the Garden State. #6: Bergen Catholic’s Jacob Cardenas wins the 195-Pound State Championship Jacob Cardenas became the seventh wrestler in Bergen Catholic history to win multiple state championships after defeating Paramus’ Kyle Jacob, 6-3, in the state final. #5: Pope John’s JoJo Aragona wins the 138-Pound State Championship JoJo Aragona was ranked as the consensus No. 1 138-pound wrestler all season long and proved it once more by winning his first state championship. #4: Bergen Catholic 48 Delbarton 17 | Non-Public A North Sectional Final Bergen Catholic won 10 bouts and cruised through Delbarton to win its eighth-straight sectional crown. #3: Camden Catholic’s Lucas Revano wins the 145-Pound State Championship Anyone that’s seen Lucas Revano wrestle knows he has a thing for theatrics. Revano won his second consecutive state championship with an overtime pin. #2: St. Joseph (Mont.)’s Sammy Alvarez wins the 126-Pound State Championship It was the most heart-pounding, tense bout of the night in Atlantic City and it did not disappoint. In the first overtime period, Alvarez blocked, shrugged and spun for two against Robert Howard to win his first ever state championship. Alvarez, now committed to Rutgers University, also was named Most Outstanding Wrestler. #1: Blair Academy 45 Bergen Catholic 20 Bergen Catholic’s defeat of Blair Academy in 2018 was one of the most wild wins in all of America. The Bucs, however, used that loss as motivation to get revenge on Bergen Catholic at Lehigh University and secure their spot as the No. 1 high school team in America.
Robert Howard Hungry for Team USA Gold Medal
New Jersey wrestling aficionados know Robert Howard as a three-time state finalist, winning an NJSIAA championship in 2018. But casual wrestling fans might not know Howard holds a U.S. wrestling record — he’s the only American wrestler to ever make three Cadet freestyle world teams. Howard placed ninth in 2017 and fell short at 13th last summer, but those finishes are long by the wayside. Robert Howard, is totally geared up to win a 55 kg (121 pound) gold medal for Team USA in Sofia, Bulgaria from July 29 to August 4. JSZ sat down with Howard and his club coach, Rich Bitetto, as he prepares for the biggest tournament of his life: Stay tuned with Jersey Sports Zone throughout the summer as we bring you behind-the-scenes feature stories and highlight reels of the top athletes in the Garden State.
Watch NJSIAA Girls Wrestling State Championship Finals
Jersey Sports Zone is excited to bring you full highlights and interviews of every match during the inaugural 2019 girls wrestling state championships from Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall. Stay tuned throughout the night for extensive coverage of all 10 finals. 100 pounds: Sydney Petzinger, Parsippany, major decision vs. Jasmine Aizley, Allentown, 10-0 105 pounds: Chloë Ayres, Princeton, major decision vs. Randi Miley, High Point, 13-2 111 pounds: Bella Serrano, Manasquan, defeats Daniela Tacuri, West Orange, 6-4 (Sudden Victory) 118 pounds: Cristine Gavasheli, Raritan, pins Angelina Romero, Notre Dame, 2:31 127 pounds: Stephanie Andrade, Hunterdon Central, pins Kayla Gregory, Jackson Memorial, 1:48 136 pounds: Jesse Johnson, Manalapan, pins Jaala Williams, Montclair, 1:39 147 pounds: Gabby Miller, Monroe, defeats Amanda Pace, North Bergen, 6-3 161 pounds: Jewel Gonzalez, Phillipsburg, pins Diane Johnson, Millville, 0:53 Gonzalez named Most Outstanding Wrestler 185 pounds: Erin Emery, Teaneck, pins Mia Lazaurs, Raritan, 2:47 235 pounds: Kaila Mungo, Rancocas Valley, defeats Kiera Hubmaster, Kittatinny, 2-1 (tie-breaker)
Watch NJSIAA Boys Wrestling State Championship Finals
For the second straight year, Jersey Sports Zone is excited to bring you full highlights and interviews of every single 2019 state championship final from Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall. Stay tuned throughout the night for extensive coverage of all 14 finals. 106: Brett Ungar (Hunterdon Central) d. Tyler Klinsky (Middletown North), 13-6 113: Dean Peterson (St. John Vianney) d. Nick Babin (Emerson/Park Ridge), 3-2 120: Eddie Ventresca (Pope John) d. Anthony Clark (Delbarton), 7-3 126: Sammy Alvarez (St. Joseph Mont.) d. Robert Howard (Bergen Catholic), 5-3 (SV) Sammy Alvarez was named Most Outstanding Wrestler 132: Nicholas Raimo (Hanover Park) d. Luke Mazzeo (Emerson/Park Ridge), 8-4 138: Joseph Aragona (Pope John) d. Jacob Perez-Eli (Paulsboro), 7-1 145: Lucas Revano (Camden Catholic) p. Ricky Cabanillas (DePaul), 6:37 152: Robert Garcia (Pope John) md. Nicholas O’Connell (Southern), 13-5 160: Robert Kanniard (Wall) d. Connor O’Neil (DePaul), 9-4 170: Brandon Green (Paulsboro) d. Shane Reitsma (Howell), 13-9 182: Christopher Foca (Bergen Catholic) d. John Poznanski (Colonia), 7-4 195: Jacob Cardenas (Bergen Catholic), d. Kyle Jacob (Paramus), 6-3 220: Zach DelVecchio (South Plainfield) d. Michael Filieri (Garfield,) 8-2 HWT: Lewis Fernandes (Voorhees) p. Bardhyl Gashi (West Essex), 0:46