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                                Rec   Pts  LW
1. Newtown (12)      12-2  202   1
2. Danbury                15-3  207   3
3. New Milford            8-1  194   4
4. Fairfield Warde    21-2  144   5
5. Xavier                    19-3  137   2
6. Windham               22-0 127   6
7. Simsbury               15-2  116  8
8. Trumbull                12-3  110  7
9. Ledyard                 22-4  100  9
10. Montville             18-6    64  12
Also receiving votes: Foran 16, Bristol Eastern (18-4) 15, Southington 8, Middletown 8, New Fairfield 7
Also receiving votes: Avon (20-2) 22, Montville (18-6) 14, Waterford (23-12) 8, New Fairfield (11-5) 7
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Gillen, Keane, Chorzepa win tournament titles
LOCK TOWN, Pa., Nov. 22 -- Shelton senior Patrick Gillen was one of two Virginia wrestlers to win individual titles at the Mat Town Open at Lock Haven University this weekend. Granby senior Dominick Malone of Northwestern took fifth at 141 in the Michigan State Open. In New England, Glastonbury’s Tyler Keane won an individual title at the Doug Parker Invitational at Springfield College, leading the Pride to a third place finish while Newington’s Chris Chorzepa (184) of Williams also won a championship. Click on the following for this week’s collegiate roundup, including the first individual New England Div. 3 rankings of the season.
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Ahmadi wins 11th gold medal at veterans world championships
ATHENS, Greece, Oct. 15 – Shirzad Ahmadi of Coventry won his 11th career gold medal at the Veterans wrestling world championships Thursday. It’s the most career medals of any American in the veteran’s competition.

Ahmadi won a four-athlete round robin competition at 138 pounds (63 kg) with a 3-0 record thanks to a pin, tech fall and a victory by withdrawal with an 11-5 lead. He won in the G division for ages 66-70.

“The trip to Greece has been great. I was hoping that we would have more USA Gold medals but the competition was a lot tougher from around the world. This is my 11th world freestyle championship and I'm very happy,” said Ahmadi.

Ahmadi pinned Iran’s Abasali Ahsan, beat American Jack Hornbuckle by tech fall, 10-0 and prevailed over Russian Viktor Chipkov by withdrawal.

Earlier in the week, South Windsor’s Steve Turgeon finished second at 128 pounds (58 kg) in the E Division, ages 56 to 60. Turgeon went 2-1 with pins over Iran’s Abdolreza Mojiboursherhi and Kazakhstan’s Yevgeny Lim. Turgeon lost to Japan’s Yasuo Misawa by pin.

Avon broadcaster inducted into Wrestling Hall of Fame
Avon's Mike Golic of ESPN Radio to be inducted in the National Wrestling Hall of Fame this weekend for his consistent and vocal support of wrestling. Golic, who grew up in Ohio and wrestled for Notre Dame, has raised his family in Connecticut.
Collinsville Press, June 5: Golic inducted into National Wrestling Hall of Fame

Three state wrestlers win New England titles
NORTH ANDOVER, Mass., March 7 -- In a bright and airy North Andover High gymnasium Saturday, three Connecticut wrestlers won New England championships, 10 wrestlers made the finals and two of the top three teams in New England were from the Nutmeg State.

Southington’s Zach Murillo (106) won the first New England title in his school history, Fairfield Warde’s Charles Kane (138) won a championship and completed an undefeated season while Danbury senior Juan Garcia (182) soothed some of the sting from a New England finals loss a year ago with his first New England title.

Vermont’s Mount Anthony Union from Bennington won their third straight New England title and their ninth overall with 122½ points. Newtown, with two finalists, was second with 84 points and Fairfield Warde, with just three wrestlers in the tournament, was third with 69 points. It was the best finish in the tournament for both teams.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, March 7: Three Connecticut wrestlers win New England titles, 10 make the finals

Monday, March 2
Newtown voted No. 1 in final coaches poll
In a season in which four teams got to share the No. 1 spot in the state coaches poll, there is a unanimous No. 1 at the end of the season. For the first time, State Open champion Newtown was voted as the top team in the Norwich Bulletin’s coaches poll. All 12 coaches who voted selected Newtown (12-3). Danbury finished second with New Milford, Fairfield Warde and Xavier rounding out the top five. During the season, Danbury, Fairfield Warde, Xavier and Newtown each shared time at No. 1.
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Newtown wins Open title
With two individual champions including outstanding wrestler Anthony Falbo (170) and six medalists, Newtown won its first-ever State Open championship with a 46½ win over Danbury Saturday in New Haven. Suffield/Windsor Locks/East Granby’s Khamri Thomas (195) became the 15th wrestler in state history to win three State Open titles while Falbo, Danbury’s Juan Garcia and New Milford’s Kyle Linder won their second straight Open crowns. Fairfield Warde’s Tim and Charles Kane became the fourth brothers to win Open titles in the same year. More coming Sunday on the State Open.
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2015 New England championships
At North Andover, Mass.
Team results – 1. Mt. Anthony, Vt., 122½, 2. Newtown 84, 3. Fairfield Warde 69, 4. Marshwood, ME 55, 5. Timberlane NH 54, 6. Danbury 51½, 7. Springfield Central 51, 8. Moses Brown RI 42, 9. Londonderry, NH 41, 10. Trumbull 40, 11. Bishop Guertin, MA 37½, 12. Catholic Memorial, MA 34, 13. Pinkerton, NH and Southington 32, 15. St. John’s Prep, MA 31½, 16. Barnstable, MA and Framingham, MA 30, 18. North Andover, MA 29½, 19. New Milford 27, 20. South Windsor 26½, 21. Mt. Mansfield, Vt., 26, 22. Danvers, MA 25½, 23. Minnechaug, MA and Windham High, 25
Other Connecticut teams
27, Simsbury 24, 31. Foran 23, 32. New Fairfield and Xavier 22, 38. Suffield/Windsor Locks/Eat Granby and NFA 21, 44. Immaculate/Joel Barlow 19, 50. Woodstock Academy 18, 58. Montville 13, 63. Killingly 12, 67. Hand, Branford and Bristol Central 11, 80. Berlin 8½, 83. Westhill 7, 91. Nonnewaug 6, 100. Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech 5, 108. Morgan, Fairfield Ludlowe and New London 4, 136. Avon 2, 141. New Britain, Haddam-Killingworth, Notre Dame-Fairfield and Ledyard 0
Individual results
106 – Final: Zach Murillo, Southington, pin Kevin Morris, Tyngsboro, MA, 1:31; 3. Jakob Camacho, Danbury dec. Jordan Rowlett, Bishop Guertin, NH, 6-3; 5. Tristan Haviland, Trumbull pin Conor Thompson, Quabbin, MA
113 – Final: Abraham Bloom, Moses Brown, RI dec. Luca Cruco, Newtown, 4-2; 3. Alec Opsal, New Fairfield dec. Michael Aquino, Catholic Memorial, MA, 6-1, OT; 5. Matt Foster, NFA dec. Matt Garcia, Springfield Central, MA, 11-4
120 – Final: Ben Bliss, Mt. Mansfield, Vt., dec. Jacob Martin, Windham, 5-2; 3. Kyle Linder, New Milford dec. Ryan Luth, Foran 13-3; 5. Seth Brown, Coventry, RI dec. Greg Zaw, Sandwich, MA, 7-5
126 – Final: Troy Gassaway, Mt. Anthony, Vt. Dec. Bradley Beaulieu, Marshwood, ME, 1:42; 3. Timmy Kane, Fairfield Warde dec. Peter Delagallo, Gardiner, ME, 7-6; 3. Jeremy Fields, Danbury dec. Andrew Ellis, Arlington, MA, 3-2
132 – Final: Dylan Lafountain, Mt. Anthony, Vt. Dec. Cross Cannone, Trumbull, 3-2; 3. Jon Ryan, Dracut, MA dec. Nick Widmann, John Stark, NH, 11-1; 5. Josh Wesolows, Pentucket, MA dec. Thomas Wynosky, Montville, 10-8
138 – Final: Charles Kane, Fairfield Warde dec. Ryan Monteiro, Minnechaug, MA, 5-2; 3. Andrew Howard, Moses Brown RI dec. Jean Luc Lemieux, Londonderry, NH, 5-3; 5. James Leuci, Newtown dec. Chris Behen, Danvers, MA, 3-1
145 – Final: Ryan Peters, Timberlane NH dec. Daniel Ebert, Fairfield Warde, 4-3; 3. Keith Fernandes, Simsbury dec. Pat Ferzoco, Central Memorial, MA, 7-1; 5. Emmett LiCastri, Immaculate/Joel Barlow pin Ronan Ball, Nashoba, MA
152—Final: Luke Boyle, Triton, MA dec. Brandon Levesque, Bishop Guertin, NH, 2-1; 3. Joe Accousti, Newtown dec. Grayson Deluca, Woodstock Academy, 9-4; 5. Jake Stetson, Framingham, MA dec. Davey Goodall, Chelmsford, MA, 14-5
160 – Final: 1. Jonathan Viruet, Springfield Central dec. Max Odell, South Windsor, 7-6; 3. Stephan Nix, Newport, NH dec. Fran Gesel, White Mountains, NH, 11-5; 5. Jackson Howarth, Marshwood, ME dec. Joshua Nelson, Bristol Central, 6-2
170 – Final: Fritz Hoehn, North Andover, MA dec. Anthony Falbo, Newtown, 13-4; 3. Cody Hughes, Marshwood, ME dec. Ebed Jarrell, East Greenwich, RI, 5-2; 5. Richie Mills, Winnisquam, NH dec. Austin Caffrey, Killingly, 7-2
182 – Final: Juan Garcia, Danbury dec. Connor Humphries, East Longmeadow, MA, 3-1; 3. Matt Froio, Cohasset, MA pin Brian Lonergan, Timberlane, NH, 1:51; 5. Ian Steckel, Malden Catholic, MA dec. Dakota Carden, Branford, 15-6
195 – Final: Dylan Barreiro, Pinkerton, NH dec. Khamri Thomas, Suffield/Windsor Locks/East Granby, 3-1; 3. Jake O’Brien, Framingham, MA dec. Tyler Mattison, Mt. Anthony, Vt., 5-2; 5. Richard Bilodeau, Londonderry, NH dec. Dan Wensley, Wakefield, MA, 6-3
220 – Final: Ian Butterbrodt, St. John’s Prep, MA pin Jack Luciano, Mt. Anthony, VT. 1:49; 3. Michael Curtis, Wells, ME dec. Tylor Fenwick, Mt. Hope, RI, 8-5; 5. Nick Rose, Arlington, MA dec. Khaleed Exum-Strong, NFA, 9-8
285—Final: Owen Murray, Barnstable, MA dec. Josh Sokol, Hopkinton, MA, 5-1; 3. Austin Shrewsbury, Westfield, MA dec. Chidiebere Broderick, Xavier, 8-4; 5. Nick Day, Northampton, MA pin Damon Young, Mt. Anthony, Vt.
Outstanding wrestler: Fritz Hoehn, North Andover, MA (170)
Outstanding finals match: 152 pounds; Luke Boyle, Triton, MA dec. Brandon Levesque, Bishop Guertin, NH, 2-1
FULL BRACKETS: 2015 New England championships

2015 State Open
At New Haven
Team scores: 1. Newtown 159; 2. Danbury 112½; 3. New Milford 110½; 4. Simsbury 100; 5. Fairfield Warde 98; 6. Trumbull 88; 7. Xavier 80; 8. Windham 65½; 9. Southington 57; 10. Montville 56; 11. New Fairfield 53½; 11. NFA 53½; 13. Foran 51; 14. Somers 45; 15. South Windsor 44; 16. Ledyard 42; 17. Killingly 41; 18. Branford 40; 18. Haddam-Killing 40; 20. Lyman/Windham 39; 20. Suffield/Windsor Locks/East Granby 39; 22. New London 38; 23. New Britain and Nonnewaug 33; 25. Berlin 32; 26. Immaculate/Joel Barlow 29; 27. Fairfield Ludlow 28; 28. Waterford 27; 29. Farmington, Ridgefield and Terryville 26; 32. Bristol Central 25½; 33. Hall 25; 34. Bethel 24½; 35. Avon and Morgan 24; 37. Daniel Hand 22½; 38. Newington 22; 39. Conard 20; 39. Platt Tech/West Haven and Woodstock Academy 20; 42. Portland 19½; 43. Middletown and Notre Dame-Fairfield 19; 45. Westhill 17½; 46. Platt High14½; 47. E.O. Smith, Harding and St. Bernard/Norwich Tech 13; 50. Manchester and Tolland 12; 52. Bristol Eastern and Granby 11; 54. New Haven and Wolcott Tech 10; 56. Glastonbury and Plainville 9; 58. Ellis Tech, Northwestern and Pomperaug 8; 61. Fitch Griswold, and Shelton 6; 64. East Lyme, Maloney, Seymour and Staples ,5; 68. East Catholic; East Hartford, Gilbert, New Canaan and Wilton 4; 73. Amity, Bacon Academy, Guilford and Weston 3; 77. Masuk 2; 78. Jonathan Law and Stratford 1; 80. Enfield, Fermi, Derby, St. Paul, Stamford, Norwalk, Canton, Greenwich, Wethersfield, Greenwich, Bolton, East Windsor 0
Individual results
106: Final -- Zachary Murillo, Southington dec. Jakob Camacho, Danbury, 10-2; 3. Tristan Haviland, Trumbull dec. Alex Starr, Lyman/Windham, 6-1; 5. Robert Hartling, E.O. Smith dec. Gino Esposito, Foran, 2-1
113: Final -- Alec Opsal, New Fairfield dec. Matt Foster, NFA, 13-11; 3. Devon Schoenberger, South Windsor dec. Luca Crudo, Newtown, 3-1; 5. Patrick Moynihan, Xavier dec. Matthew Dowler, St.Bern/NorwTech, forfeit
120: Final -- Kyle Lindner, New Milford dec. Jacob Martin, Windham, 11-1; 3. Ryan Luth, Foran dec. Matthew Conte, Westhill, 4-2; 5. Joel Morth, Montville dec. Ryan Angers, Tolland, 7-2
126: Final -- Timmy Kane, Fairfield Warde dec. Jeremy Fields, Danbury, 1-0; 3. Alejandro Paulino, New London dec. Edward Lovely, Newtown, 7-2; 5. Sebastian Ruffino, Windham pin Chris Oyola, Platt
132: Final -- Cross Cannone, Trumbull pin Zachary Bylykbashi, Southington 2:55; 3. Thomas Wynosky, Montville dec. Colin Storm, Ridgefield, 2-0; 5. Elliott Wilion, Terryville dec. Justin Peterson, Danbury, injury default
138: Final -- Charles Kane, Fairfield Warde dec. Kieran Duggan, Nonnewaug, 5-1; 3. James Leuci, Newtown dec. Samuel Lindblom, Waterford, 7-1; 5. Bryan Rojas, New Milford dec. Mason Rambarose, Portland, 8-2
145: Final -- Keith Fernandes, Simsbury dec. Emmett LiCastri, Immaculate/Joel Barlow, 5-3, OT; 3. Daniel Ebert, Fairfield Warde pin Ashton Gyenizs, Daniel Hand 3:24; 5. Nicholas Temple, Branford pin Grayson Adler, Haddam-Killingworth
152: Final -- Joe Accousti, Newtown dec. Graysen Deluca, Woodstock Acad., 6-3; 3. Brett Leonard, New Milford dec. Chase Lind, Fairfield Ludlowe, 4-3; 5. Brendan Zotti, Newington dec. Tyler Burlinson, New Fairfield, 7-2
160: Final -- Max Odell, South Windsor dec. Jacob Parker Berry, Somers, 3-0; 3. Stephen Briganti, Trumbull dec. Joshua Nelson, Bristol Centra, 3-2; 5. Andrew D’Amico, New Fairfield dec. Connor Lemay, Newtown, 2-1
170: Final -- Anthony Falbo, Newtown pin Austin Caffrey, Killingly, 0:43; 3. Jeremy Eliades, Berlin dec. Seve Burgos, Xavier, 4-2; 5. Sean Penney, Simsbury dec. Joseph Ryan, Trumbull injury default
182: Final -- Juan Garcia, Danbury dec. Dakota Carden, Branford, 11-1; 3. Josh Graves, New Britain dec. Paul LaRosa, Haddam-Killingworth, 3-1; 5. Brendan MacIntyre, Bethel dec. Daniel Contino, Ledyard, 8-2
195: Final -- Khamri Thomas, Suff/WLocks/EGranby dec. Jacob Feldman, Simsbury, 6-5; 3. Adam Patsun, Somers pin Andy Hubina, Newtown, 1:32; 5. Connor Lemley, Killingly pin Denzel Phillips, New Milford
220: Final -- Khaleed Exum, Norwich Free dec. Daric Johnson, Ledyard, 5-2; 3. Seiji Arzuaga, Windham dec. Jordan Corrigan, Morgan, 3-1; 5. Ogadinma Ikani, Hall dec. Jared Willsey, Bethel, 4-3
285: Final -- Chidiebere Broderick, Xavier dec. Luke Edmondson, Foran, 14-3; 3. Gino Bonalumi, Avon dec. Hakim Fleming, N.D. Fairfield, 6-5, 3 OT; 5. Lukas Stone, Simsbury dec. Vincent Stevens, Farmington, 3-2
Outstanding wrestler: Anthony Falbo, Newtown (170)
FULL BRACKETS: 2015 State Open

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Wrestling Association
NEISWA championships
At Marion, Mass.
Team results -- 1. Phillips Exeter Academy 233, 2. Brooks School 180, 3. Belmont Hill School 153, 4. Tabor Academy 142½, 5. Northfield Mt. Hermon 117½, 6. Brunswick School 116½, 7. Greens Farms Academy 88½, 8. St. Paul`s School 83, 9. Middlesex School 76½, 10. Roxbury Latin School 67, 11. Avon Old Farms School and Chase Collegiate School 58, 13. Choate Rosemary Hall and Loomis Chaffee School 56, 15. Lexington Christian Academy 52, 16. Canterbury School, Deerfield Academy, Trinity Pawling School 45, 19. Hopkins School 33, 20. Williston Northampton School 30½, 21. Hotchkiss School 30, 22. Hyde School Maine 29½, 23. Noble and Greenough School 28, 24. Chapel Hill/Chauncy Hall School 26, 25. Pomfret School 24½, 26. Worcester Academy 24, 27. Portsmouth Abbey 22½, 28. Milton Academy and Thayer Academy 20, 30. St. Mark`s School 18, 31. Concord Academy 17 and Phillips Academy 17, 33. Lawrence Academy 16, 34. Taft School 13, 35. New York Military Academy 11, 36. Beaver Country Day School, Hamden Hall Country Day, Storm King School 9, 39. Cheshire Academy and Landmark School 6 ,41. Wilbraham & Monson Academy 5, 42. Governor`s Academy, Hyde School CT, Salisbury School 4, 45. Buckingham, Browne, & Nichols 3, 46. Marianapolis, Marvelwood and St. Sebastian`s School 0
Individual results
106: Final -- Kevin Lyskawa dec. Zachary Lehan (Roxbury Latin School) 10-0; 3. Connor Meaney (Lexington Christian Academy) pin Brooks Hennessy (Brunswick School) 0:59; 5. Jackson Quinn (Brooks School) tech fall Takuma Makihara (St. Paul`s School) 170-2, 3:41; 7. Ian Mann (Loomis Chaffee School) pin Aryan Haghighat (Lawrence Academy) 2:27
113: Final -- Amir Daouk (Tabor Academy) tech fall Abhijay Bhatnagar (Phillips Exeter Academy), 17-0, 5:15; 3. Hans Forland (Greens Farms Academy) dec. Andrew Hennessy (Brunswick School) 4-2 OT; 5. Mujtaba Basij-Rasikh (St. Paul`s School) dec. Kevin Lee (Lexington Christian Academy) 10-9; 7. David Yeh (Noble and Greenough School) def. Kyle Douglas (Loomis Chaffee School) forfeit
120: Final -- Seth Israel (Belmont Hill School) dec. Michael Lipton (Choate Rosemary Hall) 6-4. OT; 3. Brent Samuels (Roxbury Latin School) dec. Stephen Guglielmo (Avon Old Farms School) 10-6; 5. Tom Caron (Brooks School) pin Matthew Szczygiel (Chase Collegiate School) 2:57; 7. Mykel Macedon (St. Mark`s School) dec. Lazlo Gendler (Hamden Hall Country Day) 8-4
126: Final -- Joseph Rossetti (Phillips Exeter Academy) dec. Drew Saccone (St. Paul`s School) 7-0; 3. David Crosby (Brooks School) dec. Brandon Caffrey (Pomfret School) 8-6 OT; 5. Sean Rayment (Belmont Hill School) pin Dylan Dalessio (Chase Collegiate School) 1:37; 7. Zachary Kaplan (Hopkins School) dec. Max Gonzalez (Avon Old Farms School) 5-2
132: Final -- Philip Conigliaro (Belmont Hill School) dec. Stephen Thibault (Avon Old Farms School) 5-0; 3. Josh Hemintakoon (Phillips Exeter Academy) dec. Everett Roach (Choate Rosemary Hall) 6-0; 5. Chris Weiss (Portsmouth Abbey) pin Peter Curtin (St. Paul`s School) 4:37; 7. Hayden Hall (Chase Collegiate School) pin Justin Kim (Northfield Mt. Hermon) 0:24
138: Final -- Peter Tedesco (Belmont Hill School) dec. John Errico (Brunswick School) 9-3; 3. John Anderson (Tabor Academy) dec. Traken Sutton (Loomis Chaffee School) 5-1; 5. Dan McDonald (Beaver Country Day School) dec. James McIntyre (Roxbury Latin School) 3-1; 7. Warren Barr (Trinity Pawling School) dec. Michael Lloyd (Williston Northampton School) 4-3
145: Final -- Aidan Conroy (Northfield Mt. Hermon) dec. Quinn Abrams (Phillips Exeter Academy) 3-2; 3. Jack Reilly (Tabor Academy) dec. Benjamin Holcomb (Greens Farms Academy) 6-0; 5. Ken Jordan (Canterbury School) dec. Gavin Fujimori (Middlesex School) 13-3; 7. Tyler Christopher (Belmont Hill School) pin Jason Calandra (Lexington Christian Academy) 0:39
152: Final -- AJ Pedro (Phillips Exeter Academy) pin Nicholas Konovalchik (Brooks School) 3:15; 3. Nolan Cornu (Tabor Academy) dec. Joe Praino (Chase Collegiate School) 8-3; 5. Seth Henriquez (Greens Farms Academy) pin Pasha Sonkin (Concord Academy) 0:55; 7. Francis Corvino (Lawrence Academy) dec. Colby Boudreau (Northfield Mt. Hermon) 4-1
160: Final -- Jake Deutschlander (Hyde School M) dec. Marcus Cross (Northfield Mt. Hermon) 17-7; 3. Stephen Cerrone (Phillips Exeter Academy) dec. Andrew Bolte (Brooks School) 5-2; 5. Jad Qaddourah (Greens Farms Academy) dec. Henry DeCamp (Deerfield Academy) 11-0; 7. Sean Sullivan (Taft School) pin 1:30
170: Final -- Jake Mario (Tabor Academy) dec. Nick Agee (Middlesex School) 10-4; 3. Griffin Thomas (Deerfield Academy) dec. Jude Simplice (Milton Academy) 3-1; 5. Christopher Cervizzi (Brooks School) dec. Lucas Bell (Brunswick School) 5-2; 7. Dean Demetri (Belmont Hill School) dec. Evan Kramich (Landmark School) 6-5
182: Final -- Joseph Gottfried (Northfield Mt. Hermon) dec. Brandon Cassamassima (Worcester Academy) forfeit; 3. William Ryan (Belmont Hill School) dec. Luke Roediger (Trinity Pawling School) forfeit; 5. Kelvin Borges (Phillips Exeter Academy) dec. Kyle Heitmiller (St. Paul`s School) 6-5; 7. Alex Russell (Brunswick School) def. Philip Rubin (Tabor Academy) medical forfeit
195: Final -- Jake Gottfried (Brooks School) dec. Jackson Wilson (Northfield Mt. Hermon) 6-5; 3. Sam Atkins (Williston Northampton School) dec. Kamsi Nwangwu (Hopkins School) 6-0; 5. George Morris (Middlesex School) def. Sebastian Dziadkiewicz (Tabor Academy) medical forfeit; 7. Nicholas Klinoff (Chapel Hill/Chauncy Hall School) dec. Edmond DeAngelis (Lexington Christian Academy) 1-0
220: Final -- Owen Rosenberger (Brooks School) dec. Trent Turner (Greens Farms Academy) 7-1; 3. Steve Zawada (Middlesex School) pin Harry Hogan (Thayer Academy) 0:36; 5. Tristan Kane (Canterbury School) pin William Baker (Phillips Exeter Academy) 3:25; 7. David Harrison (Loomis Chaffee School) dec. Hunter DuPont (Tabor Academy) medical forfeit
285: Final -- John Martisch (Hotchkiss School) pin Joe Fervil (Brunswick School) 4:42; 3. Jeff MacArthur (Phillips Exeter Academy) def. Martin Williams (Noble and Greenough School medical forfeit; 5. Nicolo Triolo (Chapel Hill/Chauncy Hall School) dec. Eric Wissemann (New York Military Academy) 10-5; 7. Robert Humphreys (Phillips Academy) dec. Will Collins (Brooks School) 1-0