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SAN DIEGO, August 29 — Middletown High graduate Richard Perry, the No. 3 ranked wrestler in the nation at 86 kilograms (189 pounds), was injured in an accident on Monday night in California where he was training with the U.S. national team in San Diego.

A Go-Fund-Me page has been set up by a family friend to help Richard and his family with expenses as he recovers from the injury. In the first 21 hours of the campaign, more than 800 donors had contributed nearly $60,000.

According to a Go-Fund-Me page, Perry suffered a head injury. He has been transferred to a top neurological hospital in California but doctors are waiting for the swelling to subside before they can perform surgery.

He will need to be in California for three-to-six months for recovery and rehabilitation. More on our Facebook page.

Perry earns spot on U.S. freestyle national team
LEHIGH, Pa., June 23 – Middletown native Richard Perry earned a spot in the U.S. national freestyle wrestling team on Saturday night with a 7-4 victory over Pat Downey, the former Iowa State wrestler who wrestles with Titan Mercury. Perry wrestles at 86 kilograms (189.5 pounds).

USA Wrestling hosts national team “True Third Place” wrestle-offs to determine the third spot on the national team. It occurs when the second place finisher and third place finishers at the recent U.S. Freestyle World Team Trials Challenge tournament did not meet in the tournament.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, June 23: Perry earns spot on U.S. freestyle national team

CT chapter of HOF awards scholarships
​The Connecticut chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame has awarded $500 scholarships to two deserving athletes who will be continuing their education in college this fall.

Jarod Kosman of Fitch in Groton has been awarded the Eric Weihenmayer Scholarship while Demetre Carnot of Maloney High in Meriden was awarded the Scholar Athlete award. Kosman was recognized with the Eric Weihenmayer Scholarship for his excellence mat and for the exceptional adversity and challenges he has overcome to succeed.

Kosman will attend Maryland while Carnot will study at Miami of Ohio. Learn more about the 2018 scholarship recipients.

Sunday, May 20
Perry swept in Challenge final
ROCHESTER, Minn., May 20 – Middletown High graduate Richard Perry lost in the finals of the 2018 U.S. Freestyle World team trials challenge tournament Sunday at 86 kilograms (189 pounds) to North Carolina State sophomore Nick Reenan in a best-of-3 final, 2-0.

Reenan beat Perry 4-0 and 6-3 to advance to the Final X series where he will challenge David Taylor for the spot on the U.S. team that will go to the world championships in October in Budapest, Hungary. Perry, the No. 1 seed in the Challenge Tournament, had a bye in the quarterfinals and won his semifinal bout by technical fall over Tim Dudley, 11-0.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, May 20: Perry falls in World Team trials Challenge final

Carl Snitkin, NFA's legendary coach dies
NORWICH, May 11 -- Carl Snitkin, who began the wrestling program at Norwich Free Academy and coached there 25 years, passed away on Friday. He was 72. Snitkin’s teams at NFA won 13 Eastern Connecticut Conference titles and nine Class LL state championships, including six straight from 1983-88, a state record at the time. When he retired in 1999, his 471 dual meet victories (471-80-7) were the most in state history. 

Sixty-three of his wrestlers won a Class LL, State Open or New England championship. Snitkin began the NFA wrestling program in 1974. Snitkin was also a long-time assistant coach of the NFA track and field program, specializing in the throwing events. Snitkin was in the charter class of the Connecticut chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2002 and was also elected to the New England High School Wrestling Hall of Fame, the Springfield College Athletic Hall of Fame, the Norwich Sports Hall of Fame and the Connecticut Powerlifting Hall of Fame.

 Carl graduated from Springfield College in 1972 where he was a four-time national collegiate powerlifting champion (1969-72). He was a member of the U.S. team that won the 1971 world championship. He won a gold medal in the super heavyweight division at the 1976 Pan American Games and won back-to-back North American titles in 1981 and 1982. He won 10 New England championships. We offer our condolences to his family and friends.

Saturday, April 28
Perry finishes second at U.S. Open
LAS VEGAS, April 28 – Former Middletown High wrestler Richard Perry finished second at the U.S. Open wrestling championships in Las Vegas Saturday for the second consecutive years. Perry fell in the final at 86 kilograms (189 pounds) to David Taylor of State College, Pennsylvania, 8-0.

With the victory, Taylor advanced to the Final X series – a best-of-3 series in June to determine who will represent the United States at the upcoming 2018 World Championships in Budapest, Hungary in October. 

By finishing in the top seven at the U.S. Open, Perry secured a berth in the World Team trials challenge tournament on May 18-20 in Rochester, Minnesota. The winner of the challenge tournament qualifies for the Final X series.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, April 28: Perry takes second at U.S. Open

Wednesday, April 25
Ahmadi, 69, wins another national title
LAS VEGAS, Nev., April 25 – Coventry’s Shirzah Ahmadi, who has won 13 gold medals at the Veterans World Championships, added another U.S. national championship to his resume on Wednesday night. Ahmadi (62 kg or 136 pounds) beat a multiple world championship medalist to win the title. Ahmadi, 69, was a long-time coach at Stafford High and is now an assistant coach at Trinity College. Read more from USA Wrestling.

Two state wrestlers ranked in top 10
Two Connecticut wrestlers are ranked in the latest national girls high school rankings as determined by USA Wrestling, FloWrestling and the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum.

Plymouth’s Cara Broadus, a senior at Medical Professions/Teacher Preparation Academy in New Britain, is ranked No. 2 in the nation at 138 pounds. New Milford High junior Joanne Ortiz is ranked No. 9 at 106 pounds. Two more rankings will be released on May 23 and July 11. These will rely heavily on the major national spring and summer events on the USA Wrestling schedule, along with other respected competitions.

Sunday, March 25
Kosman, Mastroianni win NHSCA national championships
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., March 25 – Fitch senior Jarod Kosman and New Canaan freshman Justin Mastroianni each won national championships Sunday at the National High School Coaches Association’s (NHSCA) national tournaments.

They join a select group of four state wrestlers to win a NHSCA national title. Kosman (113 pounds) is the first Connecticut wrestler to win a Senior Nationals title while Mastroianni is the first wrestler to win a Freshman National title.

Seven state wrestlers earned All-American honors by finishing in the top eight of their respective weight classes. New Milford senior Mel Ortiz (126) and Foran senior Ryan Luth (152) earned All-American honors along with sophomores A.J. Kovacs (145) of Danbury, Ryan Jack (120) of Danbury and Tyler Sung (138) of New Canaan.

Luth earned NHSCHA All-American honors for the third time while Kosman, Kovacs, Jack, Sung and Ortiz each earned All-American honors for the second time.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, March 25: Two state wrestlers wins NHSCA national championships; Seven earn All-American honors

Saturday, March 17
Jack finishes sixth at NCAA Tournament
CLEVELAND, Mach 17 – North Carolina State’s Kevin Jack (Danbury) finished sixth at 141 pounds at the NCAA Division I national championships on Saturday. After a second round loss in OT on Thursday night, Jack (23-6) won four straight matches on Friday to get back into bronze medal contention.

But Jack lost to No. 4 seed Joey McKenna of Ohio State, 4-3 in the consolation semifinals and dropped a 9-7 loss in overtime to No. 8 seed Nick Lee of Penn State to finish sixth.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, March 17: Jack finishes sixth at NCAA Tournament

Friday, March 16
Kevin Jack earns 
All-American honors for third time
CLEVELAND, March 16 -- Kevin Jack's dream of a national championship ended Thursday after  losing in overtime in the second round of the NCAA Division I tournament to Bucknell’s Tyler Smith. But the North Carolina State senior went back to work.Jack won four consecutive matches Friday, including a victory over Nebraska’s Chad Red in double overtime to earn All-American honors for the third time in his four-year career and move into the consolation semifinals with an eye on a bronze medal.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, March 16: Jack earns All-American honors for the third time

Thursday, March 15
Smith takedown in OT beats Jack, 6-4
CLEVELAND, March 15 – Bucknell senior Tyler Smith got a takedown with 32 seconds left in overtime to bounce North Carolina State’s Kevin Jack of Danbury from the championship bracket of NCAA Division I wrestling tournament Thursday night, 6-4 at Quicken Loans Arena.

Smith (29-4) took advantage of a pause by Jack to swoop in and get a single leg takedown. He continued in put Jack on his side and secured the match-winning takedown. Jack (19-4) falls into the consolation round with his second loss in three matches. He will hit the mat again Friday morning needing three straight wins to earn All-American honors for the third time.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, March 15: Smith beats Jack in OT in second round

Wednesday, March 14
Wolfpack's Jack to wrestle in NCAA tourney for fourth time
CLEVELAND, March 14 – Danbury senior Kevin Jack (141) of North Carolina State will hit the mat at the NCAA Division I wrestling championships Thursday at Quicken Loans Arena. Jack, a two-time All-American, is seeking his first national championship.

But it won’t be easy. Two-time champion Dean Heil of Oklahoma State is the No. 5 seed with a 23-5 record. The No. 1 seed is Jack’s former teammate at North Carolina State – Bryce Meredith (29-1) of Wyoming. Jack, who was third a year ago a 141 and fifth at a freshman, is the No. 5 seed with a 18-3 record.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, March 14: Jack opens in NCAA Tournament Thursday

Saturday, March 10
Cannone wins NCAA D3 national title
CLEVELAND, March 10 -- Five Connecticut wrestlers earned All-American honors at the NCAA Division III national championships Saturday night including Trumbull’s Cross Cannone, the 149-pound junior from Iowa’s Wartburg College, who won a national championship.

Cannone beat No. 3 seed Greg Warner of York, Pa., 9-1 to finish the season undefeated (34-0) and become the first Connecticut wrestler to win a Division III national title since 1982. Cannone won four matches in the tournament – all by major decision (at least eight points). He had a pair of shutouts in the quarterfinals and semifinals and gave up just four points in the tournament on three escapes and one reversal.

Connecticut Wrestling Online, March 10: Cannone wins national championship

Wednesday, March 7
Eight state wrestlers 
to compete at NCAA 
Div. 3 tournament
CLEVELAND, March 7 – Eight Connecticut natives will be wrestling at the NCAA Division III national championships beginning Friday in Cleveland at the Cleveland Public Auditorium.

Wesleyan’s Devon Carrillo (197, Middletown) and Isaiah Bellamy (285, Norwich) are competing along with Wartburg’s Cross Cannone (149, Trumbull) and Mike Ross (165, Foran), Johnson and Wales’ Khamri Thomas (184, Windsor Locks) and Adrian Gonzalez (165, Fitch), Roger Williams’ Taylor Shay (165, New Fairfield) and Washington and Lee’s Zach Bylykbashi (141, Southington). 
Connecticut Wrestling Online, March 7: Eight Connecticut natives wrestling at the NCAA Division III nationals

Saturday, March 3
Luth, Calo win 2nd New England titles
Foran's Ryan Luth and Southington's Paul Calo each won their second New England title Saturday as six CT wrestlers brought home New England championships. Fitch's Jarod Kosman (113), Danbury's Ryan Jack (120), New Milford's Mel Ortiz (126) and Hand's Michael Burchell (285) won titles. Danbury finished third behind Ponaganset, R.I., which won their first-ever New England championship and Mt. Anthony, Vermont. We will be sharing more details and photos regarding Connecticut’s performance in the coming days.

Editor inducted in New England High School
Wrestling Hall of Fame
Connecticut Wrestling Online editor and founder Gerry deSimas, Jr., was inducted into the New England High School Wrestling Hall of Fame before the New England wrestling championship finals in Providence. He has been covering wrestling and high school sports in the state for more than 30 years. In 2001, DeSimas founded Connecticut Wrestling Online and he has been covering wrestling for the Waterbury Republican American for the past 18 years. "I am honored and humbled to be inducted into the New England High School Wrestling Hall of Fame with a distinguished group of coaches, officials and administrators who have done so much for the sport and the athletes across Connecticut and New England," deSimas said. 

Tuesday, February 27
Again, Danbury is top team in state top 10 poll
For the third straight year and for the fifth time in the last six years, Danbury is the top team in the top 10 state poll. The State Open and Class LL champion Hatters were the unanimous selection of the 17 voters in the Connecticut Wrestling Online top 10 poll. Danbury was the No. 1 team all season.

Bristol Eastern (15-0) and Fairfield Warde (18-1) finished tied for second place. The Lancers won the Class L title while Warde was second in Class LL behind Danbury. Eastern, Warde and Killingly each finished tied for second place at Saturday’s State Open championships. 

Southington (13-2) and Xavier (12-5) rounded out the top five in balloting followed by Killingly (31-2) and New Milford (9-1). Class M champion Foran-Milford moved up four spots to No. 8 in the poll. Trumbull (26-3) finished ninth while No. 10 New Canaan moved into the top 10 for the first time this season.

Class S champion Windham (13-5) was just outside of the top 10 at No. 11, five votes shy of New Canaan. Connecticut Wrestling Online took over the poll of coaches and media members this year. The Norwich Bulletin conducted the poll for 34 years from 1983 through 2017.
Connecticut Wrestling Online top 10 poll

Sunday, February 25
Eight state wrestlers qualify for NCAA Division III nationals
Seven Connecticut natives won NCAA Division III regional championships Sunday to qualify for the upcoming NCAA Division III national championship on March 9-10 in Cleveland.

Trumbull’s Cross Cannone (149) of Wartburg College in Iowa won his first NCAA Lower Midwest Regional title to earn his second consecutive NCAA tournament berth while freshman teammate Mike Ross of Foran-Milford (157) won his first Lower Midwest title.

At the Northeast Regional in Worcester, Middletown’s Devon Carrillo (197) and Norwich’s Isaiah Bellamy (285) won titles for Wesleyan while Windsor Locks’ Khamri Thomas (184) won a championship for Johnson and Wales, which won the regional title for the second straight year. New Fairfield’s Taylor Shay (165) won a title for Roger Williams. At the Southeast Regional, Southington's Zak Bylykbashi (141) of Washington and Lee won a title and earned Outstanding Wrestler honors.

Connecticut Wrestling Online, Feb. 25: Seven state wrestlers qualify for 2018 NCAA Division III championships
2018 Northeast Regional Results

Saturday, February 24
Another State Open title for Danbury, three win a second Open crown
NEW HAVEN, Feb. 24 –Danbury had a pair of sophomores with State Open championships and had six wrestlers finish in the top six as the No. 1 ranked Hatters won their second straight State Open title Saturday and their fourth in the last six years. Bristol Eastern, Fairfield Warde and Killingly each finished tied for second with 95 pounds with Danbury far ahead with 145½ points.

Danbury’s Ryan Jack (120), Foran’s Ryan Luth (152) and Xavier’s Ryan Devivo (170) won their second consecutive State Open titles. Tolland High senior Ryan Angers (138), who spent his career working out with South Windsor, won a State Open title and earned Outstanding Wrestler honors. The top five wrestlers in each weight class qualified for next weekend’s New England championships. 

Before the finals began on Saturday evening, there was a moving ceremony in memory of Berlin High wrestling coach Jim Day, who died on Thursday night from complications from the flu. His team placed his wrestling sneakers in the middle of the mat, the ceremonial symbol for retirement from the sport. Dozens of former wrestlers, coaches and friends surrounded the mat.
State Open results

Danbury News Times, Feb. 25: Hatters win second straight State Open title

New London Day, Feb. 25: Montville's Casey and Fitch's Kosman, Graves win Open titles

Norwich Bulletin, Feb. 25: Some Kodak moments for local wrestlers at State Open

Hartford Courant, Feb. 25: Tolland's Ryan Angers brings home at State Open crown

Connecticut Wrestling Online, Feb. 25: Young Danbury team brings home another Open championship

Remembering the late Jim Day at State Open
NEW HAVEN, Feb. 24 -- Wrestling coaches from around the state were clad in various versions of red – the colors of Berlin High -- to honor the legacy and accomplishments of Berlin’s Hall of Fame wrestling coach Jim Day, who died Thursday at the age of 64 from complications from the flu.

A touching ceremony was held before the finals of the State Open Saturday. Dozens of former wrestlers, colleagues and coaches circled the mat. The current Berlin High team came together at the center of the mat and left Jim’s shoes in the center – a traditional move made by wrestlers retiring from the sport.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, February 24: Remembering Jim Day

Three prep school wrestlers earn 
All-American honors
LEHIGH, Pa., February 24 – Three Connecticut wrestlers earned All-American honors at the 83rd Prep School national championship meet Saturday. Loomis Chaffee’s Zach Minch (285) finished sixth while Brunswick’s Chris Perry took seventh at 113 pounds. Green Farms Academy’s Griffin Seyfriend (120) of Westport finished seventh for the Dragons.

Seyfriend is the first All-American at Green farms since head coach Jack Conroy earned All-American honors in 2005. Perry went 4-2 in the tournament with four decisions. Minch lost in his second match of the tournament but he won four straight in the consolation round to earn All-American honors.

Brunswick was the top Connecticut team in the field, finishing 26th. The Bruins also won the Officials Sportsmanship Award as voted by the tournament officials. Loomis Chaffee was 32nd while Green Farms finished 38th.
Prep School Nationals results

Saturday, February 17
Danbury, Eastern, Foran, Windham win state championships
Class LL: With five individual champions, Danbury won their third straight Class LL title with a 74-point win over Fairfield Warde, 274-200. Danbury’s Gino Barretta (170) beat Southington’s Paul Calo in triple OT, 2-1. Ryan Jack (120) won his second straight Class LL crown while Kyle Field (132) also won in OT. The Hatters had 11 of 14 wrestlers finish in the top six to earn berths to next week’s State Open.

Class L: For the first time in school history, Bristol Eastern won back-to-back Class L titles. The Lancers have also posted consecutive undefeated seasons. Eastern had six finalists and four individual champions led by Diego Fernandez (145), Justin Marshall (152), Mike Barrett (160) and Trinidad Gonzalez (195). Eastern was first with 231 points with Xavier finishing second with 196. New Milford took third with 173. Maloney’s Demetre Carnot (132) won his second straight Class L title and was the outstanding wrestler. The win came a week after Eastern left the CCC Tournament after weighing in because of a violation of team rules that head coach Bryant Lishness became aware of at that time. He told the Hartford Courant’s Lori Riley that it involved bad team behavior and social media. ... Xavier's Ryan DeVivo (170) won his third straight state title. He won in Class LL in 2016 and 2017. ... Fitch's Jarod Kosman (113), New Milford's Mel Ortiz (126), Fitch's Dakota Grover (220), Hand's Michael Burchell (285) and Barrett and Gonzalez each won their second Class L titles. 

Class M: Foran had just one champion – Ryan Luth -- but the Lions had 12 wrestlers earn medals (top six finishes) to outlast Killingly and win the Class M title for the second time in three years. Foran won with 236 points with Killingly (190) and Guilford (140) rounding out the top three. Killingly had five finalists and two champions -- Mike Charron (120) and Zach Burgess (145). Foran had five wrestlers seeded ninth or higher win medals. No. 12 seed Kevin Pokornowski (145) finished fourth, No. 11 Bill Ives (182) was fourth, No. 10 Jordan Lang (126) was fifth, No. 9 Ronnie Gaul (160) was fifth and No. 13 Philip Boyles (285) finished sixth. ... Ellis Tech's Sean Johnson (126) won a third straight Class M title while Waterford's Logan Smith (106), Berlin's Dan Veleas (132), Luth and Joel Barlow's Carson LiCastri (170) won their second state titles.

Class S: A week after finishing seventh at the ECC championships, Windham had eight wrestlers win medals, one individual champion and three finalists to win the Class S title for the fifth time in the last six years and for the 14th time in school history. The Whippets were too much for Gilbert School-Winsted, which finished second for the first time since 1996. Windham finished with 190 pounds while Gilbert was second with 155½ points. Haddam-Killingworth was third with 149 pounds followed by Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech (143) and Montville (131). Montville’s Noah Caskey (132) won his third Class S title and was named Outstanding Wrestler. Granby had three individual champions led by Ben Kibby (182) and Cooper Fleming (152) who both won for the second time. Results

Prep New Englands: Brunswick’s Chris Perry (113) and Lachlan Rosato (220) won titles as the Bruins finished second at the New England Prep School wrestling championships. Brunswick had eight wrestlers qualify for the upcoming Prep School national championship tournament at Lehigh on February 23-24. Nick Bell and Tim Saunders finished second for Brunwick. Belmont Hill in Belmont, MA won the New England title (187) with Brunswick taking second (157½). Other Connecticut schools in the top 10 including Loomis Chaffee-Windsor (93) in fifth place and Green Farms Academy-Westport (91) in sixth place.

Class LL
Danbury News Times, Feb. 18: Danbury pulls away from Fairfield Warde to win Class LL championship

Hartford Courant, Feb. 18: Simsbury’s Finn wins a state championship

Class L
Hartford Courant, Feb. 18: With four champions, Bristol Eastern tops Xavier for 2nd straight Class L title

Bristol Press, Feb. 18: Eastern repeats as Class L champion

Class M
New Haven Register, Feb. 18: Foran holds Killingly for second Class M title in three years

Norwich Bulletin, Feb. 18: Despite five finalists, Killingly can't catch up to Foran

Milford Mirror, Feb. 18: Foran prevails to win Class M championship

Class S
Norwich Bulletin, Feb. 18: Windham captures another Class S title

New London Day, Feb. 18: Fantastic finishes for Windham and Mullaney

Collinsville Press, Feb. 18: Three Granby wrestlers win state titles

Waterbury Republican American, Feb. 18: Folino, Zhovkly win Class S titles

Wednesday, February 14
Seeds for the state tournaments released
The seeds for the four CIAC state wrestling tournaments have been posted. Wrestling begins Friday at 4:45 p.m. with the first round followed by the second round at 6 p.m. On Saturday, wrestling begins with the quarterfinals at 9 a.m. followed by consolation round action. The semifinals will be at 1 p.m. with the consolation finals at 4:30 p.m. and the championship finals at 6 p.m. The top six wrestlers from each weight class qualify for the State Open.
Class LL at Trumbull
Class L at Bristol Central
Class M at Guilford
Class S at Windham

Norwich Bulletin, Feb. 16: ECC teams going after state championships

Norwich Bulletin, Feb. 15: Killingly seeks back-to-back championship

New London Day, Feb. 15: Fitch's Kosman masters discipline and the mat

Wrestling Online 
Weekly top 10 poll 

FINAL, February 26
Team                      Rec. Pts. LW
​1. Danbury  (17-0)   11-3   510  1
2. Bristol Eastern     15-0  454  2
2. Fairfield Warde    18-1  454  4
4. Southington         13-2  386  5
5. Xavier                  12-5  358  6
6. Killingly                31-2  328  7
7. New Milford           9-1  294  3
8. Foran-Milford       29-8  284 12
9. Trumbull              26-3  224  8
10. New Canaan     12-3  168 11
Also receiving votes: Windham (13-5) 163, Hand (17-3) 148, East Hartford (16-2) 110, Montville (17-2) 99, Simsbury (13-4) 80, Fitch (4-8) 32, Gilbert (14-3) and New London (9-7) 31, Guilford (17-12) 23, Wilton 14, Platt High (17-6) and Ellis Tech (16-8) 9, Avon (16-7) 8, Ridgefield and Middletown (14-7) 7
2018 top 10 poll

2018 New England championships
At Providence, R.I.
Team results – 1. Ponaganset, R.I. 83, 2. Mt. Anthony, Vt. 80, 3. Danbury 75, 4. Timberlane-Plaistow, N.H. 5. Bishop Hendricken, R.I. 58½, 6. Coventry RI 49½, 7. Nashoba MA 48, 8. Southington 47½, 9. Fitch-Groton 45½, 10. Danvers MA 45
Individual results
106: Final -- Hunter Adrian, Melrose MA dec. Joziah Fry, Coventry RI 2-1, OT; 3. Jake Craig, Skowhegan ME dec. Ty Finn, Simsbury 14-4; 5. Dan Charron, Killingly pin Mike Glynn, Central Catholic MA 2:31.
113: Final -- Jared Kosman, Fitch dec. Kyle Randall, Newton North MA 10-8; 3. Maximilian Leete, Danvers MA by forfeit over Alejandro Garcia, Windham; 5. Hunter Verge, St. Johnsbury VT dec. Parker Sutton, Glastonbury 4-2.
120: Final -- Ryan Jack, Danbury dec. Jack Darling, Masconomet MA 3-1; 3. Christopher Trelli, Bristol Central dec. William Chase Parrott, Westhill 2-1; 5. Joshua Cote, Noble ME pin Barret Kappler, Timberlane NH 4:26.
126: Final -- Mel Ortiz, New Milford dec. Justin Mastroianni, New Canaan 12-10; 3. Hayden Brown, Exeter NH dec. Joey Valentino, North Andover MA 4-3; 5. Sean Johnson, Ellis Tech dec. Cole Wyman, Brockton MA 13-6.
132: Final -- Connor McGonagle, Timberlane NH dec. Ramazan Attasauov, Wayland MA 3-0; 3. Ryan Garlitz, St. John’s Prep MA dec. Cesar Alvan, Ludlow MA 9-2; 5. Seth Brown, Coventry RI dec. Demetre Carnot, Maloney 7-0.
138: Final -- Sam Lynch, Ponaganset RI dec. Dylan Disano, Bishop Hendricken RI 5-2; 3. A.J. Pagliarulo, Bedford dec. Tyler Sung, New Canaan 3-1, OT; 5. Shaun Wagner, Southington dec. Matt Ryan, Trumbull 3-1.
145: Final -- Cole McGill, Ponaganset RI dec. Noah Strout, Oyster River NH 6-3; 3. A.J. Kovacs, Danbury pin Tommy Jaklitsch, Boston College MA 0:58; 5. Brevin Cassella, Nashoba MA dec. Keegan Coon, Mt. Anthony VT 6-5.
152: Final -- Ryan Luth, Foran dec. Devin Rivet, Bishop Hendricken MA 3-2, 3 OT; 3. Cooper Fleming, Granby dec. Tyler Burgess, Mt. Anthony VT 3-2; 5. Justin Berube, Timberlane NH dec. John Nieroda, Suffield 4-3.
160: Final -- Lucas Cordio, Nashoba MA dec. Colby Holland, Danvers MA 11-4; 3. Michael Angers, Tolland dec. Tristen Cabinta, Salem NH 3-1; 5. Izaake Zuckerman, Fairfield Warde pin Ahmad Sharif, Putnam MA 2:05.
170: Final -- Paul Calo, Southington dec. Sam Anderson, Sanford ME 9-0; 3. Ryan Devivo, Xavier dec. Gino Baratta, Danbury 7-2; 5. Dan Curran, Conval NH by default over Joe Vecchione, Chelmsford MA
182: Final -- Ryan Fredette, Winslow ME pin Tommy Wrzesien, Chariho RI 4:32; 3. Zach Caffrey, Killingly by forfeit over Ben Stratton, Platt; 5. Josh Bechen, Catholic Memorial MA dec. Vinnie Holmes, Mansfield MA 10-4.
195: Final -- Sam Wilkins, Mt. Anthony VT dec. Malib Pastrana, Greater Lawrence MA 7-2; 3. Tyler Riggs, Ponaganset RI dec. Jacob Commander, New London 4-3; 5. Joe Gjinaj, Fairfield Warde pin Travis Manick, Methuen MA 2:02.
220: Final -- Andrew Marshall, Lincoln-Sudbury MA pin Omar Eldaly, Shawsheen MA 1:05; 3. Nick Johnson, Milton VT pin Dakota Grover, Fitch 2:07; 5. Nick Cote, Bethel dec. Mattuez Kudra, North Attleborough MA 11-6.
285: Final -- Michael Burchell, Hand pin Ryan Higgins, Billerica MA 0:41; 3. Dante Delbonis, LaSalle Academy RI pin Jakob Peavey, Erskine Academy ME 1:33; 5. Calvin Hayford, Mt. Anthony VT pin Duncan Wilgress-Pipe, Nashoba MA 1:43.
Most Outstanding Wrestler: Ryan Fredette, Winslow, ME (182).
Most Outstanding Finals Match: 138 pounds, Sam Lynch, Ponaganset RI dec. Dylan Disano, Bishop Hendricken RI 5-2.
BRACKETS: 2018 New England championships

2018 State Open
At New Haven
Team results (partial) -- 1. Danbury 149½; 2. Fairfield Warde, Bristol Eastern and Killingly 95; 5. Southington 94½; 6. Xavier-Middletown 90½; 7. Fitch 75; 8. Foran-Milford 71½; 9. New Milford 70; 10 New Canaan 59½; 11. Hand-Madison 53½; 12. East Hartford 51½; 13. Tolland 51; 14. Montville 44; 14. New London 44; 16. Granby 43; 17. Trumbull 42½; 18. Simsbury 42; 19. Westhill-Stamford 41; 20. Platt High-Meriden 38; Team results (partial) -- 1. Danbury 149½; 2. Fairfield Warde, Bristol Eastern and Killingly 95; 5. Southington 94½; 6. Xavier-Middletown 90½; 7. Fitch 75; 8. Foran-Milford 71½; 9. New Milford 70; 10 New Canaan 59½; 11. Hand-Madison 53½; 12. East Hartford 51½; 13. Tolland 51; 14. Montville 44; 14. New London 44; 16. Granby 43; 17. Trumbull 42½; 18. Simsbury 42; 19. Westhill-Stamford 41; 20. Platt High-Meriden 38; 21. Ridgefield 37, 22. Wilton 36½, 23. Ellis Tech 36, 24. Northwestern, Branford 35, 26. Amity 34, 27. Bethel 32, 28. Windham 31, 29. Morgan, Newtpown, Ledyard 29, 32. Joel Barlow 27½, 33. Manchester 27, 34. Gilbert, Suffield 26, 36. Stratford, Maloney 24, 38. Jonathan Law 23, 39. E.O. Smith 22½, 40 Middletown 21½
Individual results
Final: Travis Longo (Wilton) dec. Thomas Finn (Simsbury), 4-1; 3. Dan Charron (Killingly) dec. Naje Powell-keyton (New London), 5-0; 5. Elijah Cyr (Middletown) dec. Tyler Johnson (Danbury), 3-2
Final: Jarod Kosman (Fitch) dec. Alejandro Garcia (Windham), 7-3; 3. Jordon Champagne (Bristol Eastern) dec. Parker Sutton (Glastonbury), 4-2, OT; 5. Louis Bradley (Morgan) dec. Ben Leblanc (Danbury), 8-5
Final: Ryan Jack (Danbury) dec. William chase Parrot (Westhill), 6-2; 3. Brandon Leonard (New Milford) dec. Angelo Folino (Northwestern), 11-3; 5. Christopher Trelli (Bristol Central) pin Mike Charron (Killingly), 1:24
Final: Melquisedec Ortiz (New Milford) dec. Sean Johnson (Ellis Tech), 3-2; 3. Justin Mastroianni (New Canaan) dec. Jacob Cardozo (Southington), 14-5; 5. Thomas Mazur (Westhill) dec. Keldon Larose (Guilford), 12-1
Final: Noah Caskey (Montville) dec. Demetre Carnot (Maloney), 7-2; 3. Alex Steele (Fairfield Warde) dec. Kyle Fields (Danbury), 6-2; 5. James Lunt (Xavier) dec. Mark Hartmann (Daniel Hand), 14-3
Final: Ryan Angers (Tolland) dec. Tyler Sung (New Canaan), 7-2; 3. Shamar Schand (Manchester) dec. Shaun Wagner (Southington), 10-3; 5. Matthew Ryan (Trumbull) dec. Tyler Schultz (New Milford), 5-2
Final: Aj Kovacs (Danbury) pin Zack Burgess (Killingly), 3:52; 3. Timothy Roberts (East Hartford) dec. Everett Minevich (East Lyme), 7-3; 5. Austin Robertson (Fitch) win by forfeit over Hunter Adams (Suffield)
Final: Ryan Luth (Foran) dec. Cooper Fleming (Granby), 13-8; 3. Matthew Rothman (Amity) win by forfeit over Tagan Welch (Southington); 5. John Nieroda (Suffield) pin Justin Marshall (Bristol Eastern), 1:46
Final: Izaake Zuckerman (Fairfield Warde) dec. Michael Angers (Tolland), 4-3; 3. Jeffrey Suschana (Somers) dec. Simon Preston (Ridgefield), 5-0; 5. Michael Barrett (Bristol Eastern) dec. Joshua Schwartz (Northwestern), 2-0
Final: Ryan Devivo (Xavier) dec. Paul Calo (Southington), 6-4; 3. Gino Baratta (Danbury) dec. Derek Turner (Killingly), 5-1; 5. Carson Licastri (Joel Barlow) win by forfeit over Mason Laflam (Lym Mem/Wind Tch)
Final: Ben Stratton (Platt) pin Zach Caffrey (Killingly), 1:55; 3. Isaiah Rivera (E.O. Smith) dec. Benjamin Kibby (Granby), 5-4; 5. Dylan Sousa (Xavier) dec. Jackson King (Simsbury), 11-3
Final: Joe Gjinaj (Fairfield Warde) dec. Trinidad Gonzalez (Bristol Eastern), 4-1, 2 OT; 3. Jacob Commander (New London) dec. Ray Weiner (Shelton), 3-1; 5. Brett Nutter (Trumbull) dec. Kevin Brocksom (Jonathan Law), 5-3
Final: Dakota Grover (Fitch) pin Isaiah Jiminian (East Hartford), 3:14; 3. Nick Tibbetts (Montville) pin Qasim Khan (Foran), 2:53; 5. Nicholas Cote (Bethel) dec. Kyle Zalewski (Branford), 7-5
Final: Michael Burchell (Daniel Hand) pin Sergio Ferreira (Stratford), 4:00; 3. Richard Mullaney (Ledyard) dec. George Harrington (Staples), 4-2, 2 OT; 5. Joe Zeller (Newtown) dec. Austin Daley (Morgan), 3-1, OT
Outstanding wrestler: Ryan Angers, Tolland (138)
RESULTS: 2018 State Open championships

Class LL championships
At Trumbull
Team scores: 1. Danbury 274; 2. Fairfield Warde 200; 3. (tie) Trumbull and Southington 175; 5. East Hartford 117; 6. Simsbury 112; 7. Ridgefield 93.5; 8. Newtown 91; 9. Manchester 87; 10. Westhill 76; 11. Greenwich 75.5; 12. Stamford 69; 13. Norwich Free Academy 67.5; 14. Glastonbury 63; 15. Norwalk 61; 16. New Britain 59; 17. Staples 53; 18. Enfield 51.5; 19. Brien McMahon 44.5; 20. Fairfield Prep 38; 21. Conard 36; 22. Shelton 31; 23. Cheshire 15; 24. New Haven 13.
Individual results
106: Final -- Thomas Finn, Simsbury dec. Jack Ryan, Trumbull 5-2; 3. Tyler Johnson, Danbury pin Martial Sutton, Glastonbury 0:49; 5. Caleb Brick, Southington pin Elijah Pelkey, Enfield 0:51.
113: Final -- Ben LeBlanc, Danbury dec. Parker Sutton, Glastonbury 8-3; 3. Lowayne Harris, East Hartford dec. Saul Pera, Simsbury 3-2; 5. Terry Brannigan, Staples major dec. Carlos DeWinter, Greenwich 17-5.
120: Final -- Ryan Jack, Danbury dec. William Chase Parrot, Westhill 13-3; 3. Benjamin Smart, Ridgefield pin Cole Shaughnessy, Warde 0:21; 5. Samuel White, Norwalk pin Dominic Renfree, Norwich Free Academy 2:11.
126: Final -- Aaron Occhipinti, Newtown dec. Jonathan Kosak, Trumbull 6-3; 3. Thomas Mazur, Westhill dec. Jacob Cardozo, Southington 7-0; 5. Nathan Cuoco, Warde pin Nic Savo, Danbury 2:30.
132: Final -- Kyle Fields, Danbury dec. Alex Steele, Warde 6-4 OT; 3. Nikolas Accousti, Newtown dec. David Castaldo, Trumbull 5-4; 5. Jason Brault, Southington pin Elijah Watson, New Britain 5:04.
138: Final -- Matt Ryan, Trumbull dec. Shamar Schand, Manchester 8-7; 3. Noah Zuckerman, Warde dec. A.J. Caba, Danbury 4-3; 5. Shaun Wagner, Southington dec. Alex Edwards, Westhill 8-2.
145: Final -- A.J. Kovacs, Danbury pin George Tsiranides, Fairfield Prep 0:52; 3. Garey Mendez, Stamford pin Timothy Roberts, East Hartford 4:21; 5. Anthony Zarlenga, Warde dec. Traivon Nieves, Manchester 1-0.
152: Final -- Kris Gjinaj, Warde dec. Lazar Agoev, Ridgefield 6-2; 3. Tagan Welch, Southington pin Owen Walsh, Newtown 1:56; 5. Theran Vanasse, Norwich Free Academy tech. fall Jasen Gonzalez, Manchester 18-2.
160: Final -- Izaake Zuckerman, Warde pin Simon Preston, Ridgefield 3:05; 3. Eric Rodonis, Conard dec. William Carr, Southington 7-2; 5. Jonathan Davila, McMahon major dec. Ibrahim Abdul-Hakeem, Stamford 9-1.
170: Final -- Gino Baratta, Danbury dec. Paul Calo, Southington 2-1, OT; 3. Jake Heerman, Stamford major dec. Jakari Walker, Norwalk 14-3; 5. Nate Chesworth, Enfield pin Jackson Blanchard, Greenwich 2:29.
182: Final -- Joe Palmieri, Trumbull dec. Jackson King, Simsbury 4-3; 3. Andrew Nanai, Greenwich pin George Estevez, Danbury 1:43; 5. Marc Thelusma, Norwich Free Academy, by forfeit over Joshua Atkins, Manchester.
195: Final -- Brett Nutter, Trumbull dec. Joe Gjinaj, Warde 3-2; 3. Ray Weiner, Shelton pin Isaiah Medina, New Britain 2:20; 5. Jeffrey Cocchia, McMahon pin Ryan Merida, Greenwich 2:04.
220: Final -- Isaiah Jiminian, East Hartford dec. Montez Osbey, Danbury 3-1, OT; 3. Jacob Vecchio, Southington, pin Dante Solano, Norwalk 2:20; 5. Kamren Snodgrass, Norwich Free Academy, dec. Nathan Keegan, Manchester 6-2.
285: Final -- George Harrington, Staples dec. Joe Zeller, Newtown 3-2, OT; 3. Jordan Agosto, Danbury pin Anthoneil Phillips, East Hartford 1:27; 5. Christian Bier, Westhill by forfeit over Biliaminy Affini, Manchester.
Outstanding wrestler: Matt Ryan, Trumbull (138)
BRACKETS: 2018 Class LL championships

Class L championships
At Bristol Central
Team scores: 1. Bristol Eastern 231; 2. Xavier 196.5; 3. New Milford 173; 4. New Canaan 163.5; 5. Daniel Hand 129.5; 6. Wethersfield 106.5; 7. Bristol Central 102.5; 8. Amity 101; 9. Wilton 100.5; 10. Fitch 98.5; 11. Maloney 79; 12. Farmington 75; 13. Pomperaug 70; 14. Middletown 65.5; 15. Fairfield Ludlowe 64.5; 16. E.O. Smith 55; 17. Hall 53; 17. Notre Dame-West Haven 53; 19. Masuk 38.5; 20. Newington 30; 21. South Windsor 29; 22. Windsor 4; 23. Darien 1; 24. Naugatuck 0
Individual results
106: Travis Longo (Wilton) dec. Bryce Beebe (Bristol Eastern) 5-0; 3. Drew Currier (Hall) dec. Michael Rapuano (Xavier), 6-2; 5. Elijah Cyr (Middletown) dec. Jacob Pressler (Fairfield Ludlowe), 11-3
113: Jarod Kosman (Fitch) dec. Jordan Champagne (Bristol Eastern) 4-1; 3. Vito Santarsiero (Xavier) dec. Luke Schell (New Milford), 5-2; 5. Christian Chadwick (Amity) def. Bryce Arnold (Wethersfield), 10-0
120: Christopher Trelli (Bristol Central) MD. Brandon Leonard (New Milford) 12-4; 3. Thomas Nichols (Bristol Eastern) dec. Quinn Moynihan (Xavier), 7-0; 5. Aiden Hebert (Amity) dec. Kyle Davern (Daniel Hand), 6-1
126: Mel Ortiz (New Milford) dec. Justin Mastroianni (New Canaan) 4-2, OT; 3. Nicholas Rende (Wilton) pin Carson Sassu (Bristol Eastern), 4:08; 5. Matthew Laurie (Wethersfield) tech fall Ronan Marino (Xavier), 15-0 3:16
132: Demetre Carnot (Maloney) dec. Mark Hartmann (Hand) 14-5; 3. James Lunt (Xavier) FOR Colin Lindner (New Milford); 5. Luigi Derubeis (New Canaan) dec. Daniel Germain (Pomperaug), 5-2
138: Tyler Sung dec. Tyler Schultz (New Milford) 5-0; 3. Zachary Taylor (Fairfield Ludlowe) dec. Michelangelo Bolorin (Wethersfield), 11-9; 5. Grant Barber (Xavier) dec. Martino Pusz (Middletown), 2-0
145: Leonardo Fernandez (Bristol Eastern) dec. Nate Sibbett (New Canaan) 10-6; 3. Austin Robertson (Fitch) dec. Connor Massey (Notre Dame-West Haven), 8-5; 5. Nick Richardson (E.O. Smith) dec. Curtis Fedorko (Masuk), 8-4
152: Justin Marshall (Bristol Eastern) dec. Matthew Rothman (Amity) 4-3; 3. Christian Sibbett (New Canaan) pin Keith Mcdonald (Fitch), 5:00; 5. Jason Lobdell (Masuk) dec. Luke Popolizio (Farmington), 1-0
160: Michael Barrett (Bristol Eastern) dec. Alec Arnold (Wethersfield) 9-1; 3. Timothy Cocchiola (Pomperaug) pin Markeese Thompson (Maloney), 2:46 ; 5. Sam Keylock (Amity) pin Jacob Colley (New Milford), 0:39
170: Ryan Devivo (Xavier) pin Adam Hendrick (Hand) 1:45; 3. Zachary Zeyher (Wilton) dec. Cooper Nodden (South Windsor), 8-5; 5. Damian Mahaffy (Bristol Central) pin Justin Hathaway (Fairfield Ludlowe), 2:04
182: Isaiah Rivera (E.O. Smith) dec. Dylan Sousa (Xavier) 3-2; 3. Alec Dube (Daniel Hand) pin Kyle Fabich (New Milford), 1:46; 5. Michael Reilly (Pomperaug) pin Stan Goldlewski (Fairfield Ludlowe), 2:45
195: Trinidad Gonzalez (Bristol Eastern) dec. Justin Searls (Hall) 7-0; 3. Austin Harnish (Wethersfield) dec. Julian Reza (New Milford), 4-1, 3 OT; 5. Collin Malloy (Xavier) pin Nigel Debrito (Farmington), 3:19
220: Dakota Grover (Fitch) pin Muhil Saravana 3:22; 3. Michael Guzman (Bristol Central) dec. Nick Kortman (New Canaan), 7-3; 5. Hidekel Mangual (Bristol Eastern) pin Derrick Pommills (Notre Dame-West Haven), 5:55
285: Michael Burchell (Hand) pin Jack Stewart (New Canaan) 1:58; 3. Justin Griffin (Amity) pin Jameel Salami (Xavier), 4:08; 5. John Duncan (Bristol Central) dec. Nicholas Dejesus (Middletown), 3-1, OT
Outstanding wrestler: Demetre Cabot, Maloney (132)
BRACKETS: 2018 Class L championships

Class M championships
At Guilford
Team results -- 1. Foran 236; 2. Killingly 190; 3. Guilford 140; 4. Ellis Tech 121; 5. New London 115.5; 6. Platt 114; 7. Avon 108; 7. Waterford 108; 9. East Haven 105.5; 10. Joel Barlow 100.5; 11. Branford 92; 12. Bethel 89; 13. Berlin 86; 14. Jonathan Law 76.5; 15. Rham 68; 16. Tolland 60; 17. New Fairfield 50; 18. Bacon Academy 48; 19. Stratford 44; 20. East Lyme 34.5; 21. Harding 29; 22. St. Bernard/Norwich Tech 28; 23. Brookfield 24; 24. Woodstock Academy 23; 25. Weston 18; 26. Bunnell 17; 27. Watertown 13; 28. Rockville 12; 29. Abbott Tech 5.5
Individual results
106: Final -- Logan Smith (Waterford) dec. Dan Charron (Killingly), 9-7, OT; 3. Naje Powell-keyton (New London) pin Joshua Brault (Joel Barlow), 2:58; 5. Abhilash Bhabad (Avon) pin Rylan Grant (Bacon Academy), 3:49
113: Braeden O’brien (Bacon Academy) dec. Dave Charron (Killingly), 7-6, 3 OT; 3. Gavin Rickaby (Ellis Tech) dec. James Rondini (Platt), 7-2; 5. Ashton Capichiano (New Fairfield) dec. Logan Kanaitis (RHAM), 11-6
120: Final -- Mike Charron (Killingly) dec. Jeremy Polanco-Castro (Platt), 11-5; 3. Michael Giordano (Foran) dec. Hunter Chin (New Fairfield), 5-0; 5. Eric Zane (Waterford) dec. Caleb Ferland (Ellis Tech), 5-0
126: Sean Johnson (Ellis Tech) TF Keldon Larose (Guilford), 17-1 4:53; 3. Louis Stabile (Brookfield) dec. Alec Divito (East Haven), 3-2; 5. Jordan Lang (Foran) pin Cooper Morrisette (Killingly), 3:55
132: Final -- Daniel Veleas (Berlin) dec. Shayne McCourt (Jonathan Law), 5-4; 3. William Mauro (Foran) dec. Anthony Sachatello (Waterford), 5-0; 5. Maxwell Commander (New London) dec. Tanner Divito (East Haven), 15-12
138: Final -- Ryan Angers (Tolland) pin Vincent Mascola (Guilford), 0:57; 3. Camron Louis (Ellis Tech) dec. Aisaiah Rodriguez (Jonathan Law), 1-0; 5. Ethan Edmondson (Foran) dec. Xavier Powell (Watertown), 10-4
145: Final -- Zack Burgess (Killingly) dec. Everett Minevich (East Lyme), 5-0; 3. Alex Klein Wassink (Joel Barlow) dec. Kevin Pokornowski (Foran), 5-1; 5. Eamon Toland matos (Bethel) forfeit over Connor Gontarz (East Haven)
152: Final -- Ryan Luth (Foran) pin Ben Coppock (Joel Barlow), 1:53; 3. Nicholas Marchak (Bethel) dec. Moses Marino (Berlin), 5-0; 5. Ryan Maleryn (RHAM) forfeit over Carter Cox (Guilford)
160: Final -- Michael Angers (Tolland) pin Zachary Cash (Branford), 3:55; 3. Noah Silk (RHAM) dec. Joshua Veleas (Berlin), 7-4; 5. Maximillian Khoshabo (Bethel) dec. Ronald Gaul (Foran), 2-1
170: Final -- Carson Licastri (Joel Barlow) dec. Derek Turner (Killingly), 7-3; 3. Zavian Arroyo (Platt) dec. Umer Khan (Foran), 3-0; 5. Cody Mchenry (Branford) forfeit over Luis Rodriguez-veras (New London)
182: Final -- Ben Stratton (Platt) dec. Charles Andrus (Guilford), 9-1; 3. Zach Caffrey (Killingly) pin William Ives (Foran), 2:18; 5. David Osler (Branford) dec. Alex Otero (RHAM), 6-1
195: Final -- Jacob Commander (New London) pin Josh Rao (East Haven), 1:55; 3. Kevin Brocksom (Jonathan Law) pin Nolan Bannon (Foran), 2:07; 5. Matthew Bourquin (Avon) dec. Emmanuel Sainville (Stratford), 7-3
220: Final -- Nicholas Cote (Bethel) pin Qasim Khan (Foran), 3:55; 3. Kyle Zalewski (Branford) dec. Christopher Gens (Avon), 5-4; 5. Noah Kimball (New London) pin Renee Bernier (Killingly), 0:08
285: Final -- Sergio Ferreira (Stratford) dec. Collin Delsanto (Ellis Tech), 3-2; 3. Henry Schrecengost (Avon) pin Roark Ryan (St. Bernard/Norwich Tech), 3:42; 5. Tanner Small (Guilford) pin Phillip Boyles (Foran), 3:19
Outstanding Wrestler: Ryan Luth, Foran (152)
BRACKETS: 2018 Class M Tournament

2018 Class S championships
At Windham
Team results -- 1. Windham 190; 2. Gilbert 155½; 3. Haddam-Killingworth 149; 4. Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech 143; 5. Montville 131; 6. Morgan 130½; 7. Granby 120; 8. Northwestern 108½; 9. Griswold 98½; 10. Ledyard 93; 11. Nonnewaug 90; 12. Suffield 79½; 13. East Catholic 57; 14. Canton 56; 15. Derby 54½; 16. Rocky Hill 52; 17. Plainville 50; 18. Somers 47; 19. Portland 37½; 20. Notre Dame-Fairfield 33½; 21. Coventry 29; 21. Terryville 29; 23. Oxford 28; 24. Stafford 27½; 25. Immaculate 20; 26. Goodwin Tech 15; 26. Thomaston/Litchfield/Holy Cross 15; 26. Valley Regional 15; 29. Windsor Locks 14; 30. East Windsor 12½; 31. Stonington 7; 32. Career 6; 33. St. Paul 5; 34. Cromwell 4; 35. SMSA 1
Individual results
106: Final -- Jacob Marselli (East Catholic) dec. Elijah Vertefeuille (Windham), 6-3; 3. Josue Bobe (Portland) dec. Cameron Hines (Haddam-Killingworth), 10-4; 5. Matthew Webb (Canton) pin Tyler Arsenault (Griswold), 1:49
113: Final -- Alejandro Garcia (Windham) dec. Louis Bradley (Morgan), 6-2; 3. Tristan Julian (Stafford) dec. Michael Dalessio (Somers), 12-1; 5. Thomas Verdiglione (Nonnewaug) pin Dominic Pedrolini (Plainville), 2:50
120: Final -- Angelo Folino (Northwestern) dec. Devin Matthews (Gilbert), 7-4; 3. Kevin Fantoli (Windham) dec. Cayleb Leclerc (Terryville), 6-4, OT; 5. Javier Mercado (Portland) dec. Jayden Colon (Montville), 7-3
126: Final -- Hunter Fleming (Granby Memorial) dec. Sebastien Stultz (Windham), 5-2; 3. Trevor Follo (Morgan) dec. Cole Dirico (Ledyard), 7-2; 5. Malakai Maher (Haddam-Killingworth) forfeit over Sebastian Soli (Plainville)
132: Final -- Noah Caskey (Montville) tech fall Anthony Cimino (Morgan), 16-1, 4:25; 3. Luis Rodriguez (Windham) dec. Kacper Proczek (Coventry), 7-1; 5. Vashil Patel (Griswold) dec. Brian Connolly (Canton), 7-6
138: Final -- Jared Swett (Lym Mem/Wind Tch) dec. Matthew Jenkins (Haddam-Killingworth), 6-4; 3. Daniel Castro (Windham) dec. Zachary McLellan (Gilbert), 4-2, OT; 5. Gabriel Ortiz (Immaculate) pin Noah Vail (East Catholic), 3:37
145: Final -- Hunter Adams (Suffield) dec. Jason Jacaruso (Griswold), 4-0; 3. Marcos Rodriguez Rivera (Windham) dec. Dennis Charles (Ledyard), 9-4; 5. Connor Blay (Gilbert) forfeit over Jake Frith (Haddam-Killingworth)
152: Final -- Cooper Fleming (Granby Memorial) dec. John Nieroda (Suffield), 14-2; 3. Andrew Fortuna (Morgan) MD Ryan Powers (Lym Mem/Wind Tch), 10-2; 5. Benjamin Mow (Gilbert) forfeit over James Guion (Northwestern)
160: Final -- Jeffrey Suschana (Somers) dec. Joshua Schwartz (Northwestern), 5-1; 3. Jack Cronin (Nonnewaug) pin Justin Popp (Haddam-Killingworth), 1:22; 5. Tavon Simpson (Notre Dame-Fairfield) dec. Kyle Matthews (Gilbert), 5-1
170: Final -- Mason Laflam (Lym Mem/Wind Tch) pin Alex Smith (Gilbert), 3:13; 3. Flori Cenkolli (Nonnewaug) dec. Liam Smith (Northwestern), 5-3; 5. Tyler Perez (Granby Memorial) dec. Xavier Gonzalez (Windsor Locks), 4-2
182: Final -- Benjamin Kibby (Granby Memorial) dec. Dane Concascia (Montville), 7-0; 3. Steve Grudzien (Nonnewaug) pin Caleb Boucher (Northwestern), 2:50; 5. Prosper john Vignone (Coventry) dec. Kevin Sullivan (Gilbert), 4-3
195: Final -- Andrey Zhovkly (Gilbert) pin Johnny Falco (Griswold), 1:50; 3. Joseph Reihl (Lym Mem/Wind Tch) pin Braydon Fluckiger (Canton), 4:12; 5. Jadian Mackenzie (Ledyard) dec. Eduardo Morales (Goodwin Tech), 5-4, 3 OT
220: Final -- Nick Tibbetts (Montville) dec. Matthew Oliwa (Derby), 7-4; 3. Dan Geriak (Notre Dame-Fairfield) dec. Trevor Hines (Haddam-Killingworth), 3-0; 5. Thomas Dimatteo (Rocky Hill) pin Ben Falivene (Valley Regional), 1:53
285: Final -- Richard Mullaney (Ledyard) dec. Austin Daley (Morgan), 5-3; 3. Jaden Malave (Windham) dec. Michael O’Connell (Lym Mem/Wind Tch), 1-0; 5. Aiden Maher (Haddam-Killingworth) pin Anthony Slowik (Derby), 4:10
Outstanding wrestler: Noah Caskey (132), Montville
BRACKETS: 2018 Class S championships

2018 New England Prep School Wrestling Association (NEPSA) championships
At Marion, Mass.
Team results – 1. Belmont Hill (Belmont MA) 187, 2. Brunswick-Greenwich 170, 3. Northfield Mt. Hermon (MA) 157½, 4. Phillips Exeter Academy-Exeter NH 131½, 5. Loomis Chaffee 93, 6. Green Farms Academy 91, 7. Trinity Pawling-Pawling NY 85½, 8. Roxbury Latin (MA) 80, 9. Buckingham Browne & Nichols School 73½, 10. Nobles 63, 11. Portsmouth Abbey 58½, 12. Suffield Academy 52, 13. Hyde School-Bath ME 51, 14, Choate Rosemary Hall 50½, 15. Philips Androver 49, 16. Tilton School 47, 17. Thayer Academy-Braintree MA 45, 18. Saint Marks-Southborough MA 44, 19. Middlesex School 41, 20. Avon Old Farms 40, 21. Governor’s Academy 37, 22. Williston 34½, 23. Tabor Academy 28, 24. Deerfield (MA) Academy 26, 25. Wilbraham & Monson Academy-Wilbraham MA 25, 26. Brooks School-North Andover MA and Taft School 24, 28. Marvelwood-Cornwall 21, 29. Chase Collegiate-Waterbury, Hotchkiss, Salisbury 20, 32. Hamden Hall 18, 33. Marianapolis Prep, St. Paul’s (Concord, NH) 17, 35. Watkinson School-Hartford 15, 36, Lawrence Acadey 10, 37, Lexington Christian 9, 38. Hopkins 8, 39. Chauncey Hall, Worcester Academy 5, 41. Milton Academy 4, 42. Canterbury 2, 43. Saint Sebastian 1, 44. Landmark-Beverly MA minus 3
Individual results
106 pounds
Final: Nico Provo Stratford, CT (Green Farms Academy) pin Ethan Wilson (Thayer Academy), 0:16; 3. Christian Petry (Phillips Exeter Academy) dec. Hamza Shemsu Belmont, MA (Belmont Hill School), 7-5; 5. Aiden Maag Avon, CT (Watkinson) pin Kizuki Koyasu (Wilbraham & Monson Academy), 2:39; 7. Nick Crary (Brooks School) pin Peter Dinatale (Choate Rosemary Hall), 0:57
113 pounds
Final: Chris Perry Mohegan Lake, NY (Brunswick) pin Christopher Shea Milford, CT (Green Farms Academy), 0:36; 3. Holden Zerega (Choate Rosemary Hall) pin Jason Gold (Brooks School), 2:28; 5. Cameron Alicandro (Marianapolis) pin Matt Trainor (Trinity Pawling), 2:52; 7. Cara Nugent (Governors Academy) pin John Chung (Deerfield Academy), 1:54
120 pounds
Final: Griffin Seyfried (Green Farms Academy) dec. Nathan Winter (Marvelwood), 13-1; 3. Evan Lim (Roxbury Latin) dec. Will Donovan (Brunswick), 8-4; 5. Michael Robidoux (Suffield Academy) dec. Josh Hrasky (St. Pauls NH), 4-3; 7. Michael Wade (Belmont Hill School) dec. Henry Hayden (Deerfield Academy), 6-2
126 pounds
Final: David Yeh (Nobles) dec. Tyler Morris (Phillips Exeter Academy), 7-5; 3. Noah Burstein (Northfield Mt. Hermon) dec. David Bancroft (Trinity Pawling), 4-3; 5. Matt Cuomo Wallingford, CT (Choate Rosemary Hall) dec. William Bianchi Wolcott, CT (Chase Collegiate), 2-0; 7. Doevy Estimphile (Roxbury Latin) dec. Sam Stuart (Green Farms Academy), 12-4
132 pounds
Final: Brett Rezendes (Northfield Mt. Hermon) tech fall Nick Bell (Brunswick), 16-0 5:11; 3. Jun Kwon (Governors Academy) dec. Matthew Smith (Belmont Hill School), 7-3; 5. Nicholas Adams (Hotchkiss School) dec. Mat Cefail (Roxbury Latin), 8-5; 7. Kevin McDonald (Chase Collegiate) dec. Conrad Freire (Deerfield Academy), 9-5
138 pounds
Final: Dominic Rossetti (Loomis Chaffee) dec. Owen Finn (Northfield Mt. Hermon), 3-1; 3. Evan Kisselev (Roxbury Latin) dec. David Donnelly (Hyde School), 9-0; 5. Dawson Brooks (Avon Old Farms) pin William Misciagna (Belmont Hill School), 0:36; 7. Chase Walker (Thayer Academy) pin Chris Millay (Nobles), 4:35
145 pounds
Final: Cole Scott (Tilton School) dec. Seth Israel (Belmont Hill School), 5-2; 3. Bassam Qasrawi (Nobles) dec. John Hayes (Northfield Mt. Hermon), 4-3, 3 OT; 5. Graham Roediger (Trinity Pawling) dec. Ben Ross (Buckingham Browne & Nichols School), 11-5; 7. Dylan Kasperzyk (Avon Old Farms) pin John Beckerle (Phillips Exeter Academy), 1:18
152 pounds
Final: Kevin Lyskawa (Phillips Exeter Academy) MD Dante Gutbrod (Middlesex School), 15-2; 3. Jake Conlan (Trinity Pawling) pin Ryan Durkin (Loomis Chaffee), 2:58; 5. Colin Vallis (Belmont Hill School) pin Charlie McLaughlin (Northfield Mt. Hermon), 2:43; 7. Eamon Garrity-Rokous (Philips Andover) dec. Christian Crider (Hotchkiss School), 5-4
160 pounds
Final: Phil Conigliaro (Belmont Hill School) dec. Isaiah Bailey (Tabor Academy), 7-2; 3. David Appleton (Portsmouth Abbey) dec. Stephen Willis (Salisbury School), 3-1, OT; 5. John Delucia Darien, CT (Brunswick) DQ Isiah Castellucci (Landmark), 3:00; 7. Ted Pyne (Middlesex School) pin Anthony Dangelo (Saint Marks), 1:55
170 pounds
Final: Luca Pontone (Belmont Hill School) dec. Nasir Grissom (Phillips Exeter Academy), 5-4; 3. Laquan Mckever (Saint Marks) pin Owen Brine (Portsmouth Abbey), 0:58; 5. Sincere Tuitt (Loomis Chaffee) dec. Clayton Ostrover (Brunswick), 3-1; 7. Mark Anderson (Wilbraham & Monson Academy) dec. Coby Shalam (Northfield Mt. Hermon), 9-3
182 pounds
Final: Robert Hetherman (Hyde School) dec. Timothy Saunders New Canaan, CT (Brunswick), 12-1; 3. Harrison Shapiro (Belmont Hill School) dec. Kevin O'Sullivan (Williston), 8-0; 5. Michael pierce Bausano (Philips Andover) pin Malcolm Zuckerman (Buckingham Browne & Nichols School), 3:28; 7. Michael Welch Dedham, (Nobles) M FOR Eugene Lee (Lexington Christian)
195 pounds
Final: Yaraslau Slavikouski (Northfield Mt. Hermon) dec. Brad Basham (Buckingham Browne & Nichols School), 10-3; 3. Alex Jones (Taft School) dec. Richard Ryu (Portsmouth Abbey), 7-3; 5. Jack Ocken (Brunswick) dec. Shane Rockett (Belmont Hill School), 6-0; 7. Pablo Sanchez (Philips Andover) pin Alek Kebabjian (Middlesex School), 2:51
220 pounds
Final: Lachlan Rosato (Brunswick) dec. Will Jarrell (Buckingham Browne & Nichols School), 6-4 SV; 3. Henry Lagasse (Phillips Exeter Academy) M FOR Adam Cohen Andover, MA (Philips Andover; 5. Jon Stix (Northfield Mt. Hermon) pin Jack Daley (Thayer Academy), 2:55; 7. Peterson Monexant (Suffield Academy) pin Chizz Umanakwe (Trinity Pawling), 4:57
285 pounds
Final: Zach Minch (Loomis Chaffee) pin Bim Gecaj (Trinity Pawling), 7:14; 3. Jesse Polansky (Suffield Academy) pin Eric Pilcher Tilton, NH (Tilton School), 3:28; 5. Casey Rogers (Avon Old Farms) dec. Cameron Polemeni-Hagarty (Choate Rosemary Hall), 9-7 OT; 7. Andikan Ntia-James (Williston) tech fall Chris Rymes (St. Pauls NH), 21-6, 4:59
BRACKETS: 2018 NEPSA championships