Camacho takes fourth at Super 32
GREENSBORO, N.C., Oct. 16 – Danbury’s Jakob Camacho finished fourth at 120 pounds at the Super 32 preseason tournament in Greensboro on Sunday, losing with four seconds left in overtime.
After four straight wins on Saturday, Camacho lost in Sunday’s quarterfinals, 8-2 to Missouri’s Joshua Saunders.
But Camacho won two straight to earn a spot in the consolation final. Camacho got a takedown and near fall with 21 seconds left in the third period to beat Zurich Storm of Pennsylvania, 5-3. After advancing with a forfeit, Camacho beat Virginia’s Killian Cardinale, 3-1 in overtime. A takedown with 35 seconds left in OT lifted Camacho to the win.
In the consolation final, Camacho lost in overtime, 4-2 to Julian Chlebore of Northampton, Pennsylvania. Camacho used escapes with 49 seconds left in the second period and 1:45 remaining in the third period to battle to a 2-2 tie after regulation. Chlebore got a takedown with four seconds left in OT to win.
Newtown’s Joseph Accousti (170) lost on Sunday and went 5-2 in the tournament. Somers’ Jackson Rheault (195) also lost Sunday in the consolation round. Rheault went 4-2 in the tournament.
Several Connecticut wrestlers participated in the tournament, considered to be one of the toughest tournaments in the country for high school wrestlers. New Milford’s Mel Ortiz (126) went 5-2 in the tournament with five straight wins in the consolation round. Newtown’s Ed Lovely (145) also went 5-2 with five consecutive wins in the consolation round.
Foran’s Michael Ross (152), Fairfield Warde’s Tim Kane (138), Foran’s Gino Esposito (132) and Haddam-Killingworth’s Grayson Adler (160) each went 3-2 in the tournament.
In the middle school division, New Canaan’s Justin Mastrioanni (100) went 4-2 and finished fourth. He advanced to the semifinals before falling to Issac Sales of California, 4-2.
Wrestlers have to finish among the top four in their state championship tournament, be an All-American from a USA Wrestling national tournament in Fargo or qualify through an early entry tournament.
Ahmadi wins 13th world title at World Veterans tourney
COVENTRY, Oct. 8 -- Coventry’s Shirzad Ahmadi won his 13th career gold medal at the Veterans World Championships on Saturday in Poland with a victory in freestyle at 63 kilograms (138½ pounds) in the Division G age category (ages 66-70). Ahmadi had two wins to win the world title, beating silver medalist Viktor Chirkov of Russia by technical fall, 12-2. The win is the fourth straight freestyle crown for Ahmadi, who won freestyle titles at the Veterans World Championships in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Ahmadi, 67, is currently an assistant coach at Trinity College. He will begin his third season with the Bantams this winter. Ahmadi was a long-time wrestling coach at Stafford High School and has also coached at the University of Hartford (NCAA Div. I), American International College (Div. II) and Western New England College (Div. III).
Shook to be inducted in CHSCA Hall of Fame
DANBURY, Sept. 7 -- Danbury High wrestling coach Ricky Shook will be among 10 men and women inducted into the Connecticut High School Coaches Association (CHSCA) Hall of Fame at their 40th annual ceremony on November 17 at the Aqua Turf in Southington.
Shook will be among seven coaches, one athletic director, a legendary military member and a media member who will be honored.
Shook has been the head coach at Danbury High since 2000 and the Hatters are 324-19 in the last 17 seasons.
Campaign seeks to save Harding wrestling program
BRIDGEPORT, Aug. 18 -- A Go Fund Me campaign has been established to help raise money to save the wrestling program at Bridgeport’s Warren Harding High School. Organizers are trying to raise $18,000 in the next eight weeks. The Bridgeport Board of Education recently eliminated funding for wrestling at Harding, according to a recent story in the Connecticut Post. To help raise awareness of the sport and the fundraising effort, a free, three-day clinic was held at the Harding gym earlier this week with the help of the Bridgeport Police Department.
Falbo earns All-American honors for 2nd time in Fargo
FARGO, N.D., July 24 – Newtown’s Anthony Falbo earned his second career All-American medal at the USA Wrestling national championships with a fourth place finish in the Junior Freestyle division at 182 pounds.
Falbo, who will be a senior at Newtown this fall, went 8-2 in the tournament. He dropped a 15-13 decision to Indiana’s Jacob Gray in the third round but rebounded to win seven straight bouts in the consolation bracket to earn a spot in the consolation final. Falbo had a 17-second pin and four technical falls in his run.
Broadus earns All-American honors for fourth time in career
FARGO, North Dakota, July 19 – Plymouth’s Cara Broadus became the most decorated Connecticut female wrestler at the USA Wrestling Cadet and Junior national championship tournament on Wednesday.
Broadus earned her fourth career All-American medal by taking fifth in the women’s freestyle competition at 112 pounds. She ties the state record established by Simsbury’s Joey Martin, who earned four All-American medals from 2003-05. Trumbull's Matt Ryan (113) fell one win shy of earning All-American honors in the Cadet Greco-Roman competition.
Broadus went 4-2 on the day in the women’s freestyle, winning her first three matches before being defeated by Pennsylvania’s Amanda Walker in the semifinals by technical fall, 11-0. Click on the link for more CT results
U.S. national title in cadet freestyle
FARGO, N.D., July 16 – Plymouth’s Cara Broadus was dominant at the USA Wrestling Cadet and Junior national championship tournament at the Fargodome on Saturday.
Broadus won all five of her matches by technical fall (10 points or more) to capture the Cadet freestyle (ages 15-16) national championship at 115 pounds with a 10-0 win over Cameron Guerin of Washington state in just 54 seconds.
Broadus didn’t give up a point in her five bouts. She won four matches by a 10-0 score and beat Viktoya Torres of Washington state in the semifinals, 11-0.
According to USA Wrestling, she is the first Connecticut woman to win a Cadet freestyle national championship. She is the first Connecticut wrestler to win a national championship in Fargo since East Lyme’s Ross Spencer in 2010 when he won a junior freestyle title at 105. More on her championship win here.
State wrestlers competing in Fargo
FARGO, North Dakota, July 15 – Twenty-eight wrestlers from Connecticut will be participating in USA Wrestling’s freestyle and Greco-Roman national championship tournaments over the next week at the FargoDome here in North Dakota. Competition will be held in the Cadet Division (ages 15-16) and Junior Division (high school, ages 15-18).
Among the participants on Team Connecticut are Fairfield’s Timmy Kane (132), who earned All-American honors in Cadet freestyle (third at 126) and Cadet Greco-Roman tournaments (sixth) a year ago, and Newtown’s Anthony Falbo, who earned All-American honors by taking fifth in the Cadet freestyle event.
Also wrestling from Connecticut is Plymouth’s Cara Broadus, who earned All-American honors in the women’s cadet freestyle (seventh) and women’s junior freestyle tournament (fifth) last year. Click on the link to see the roster for Team Connecticut. We’ll be sharing results with you all week.
Charles Kane wins Dave Schultz Excellence Award
SOUTHINGTON, May 22 – Fairfield Warde senior Charles Kane, who won New England and State Open championships earlier this spring, has been selected as the Dave Schultz Excellence Award winner from Connecticut, the National Wrestling Hall of Fame has announced. The award recognizes excellence in wrestling, scholarship achievement, citizenship and community service.
Kane went 34-0 this season – his second consecutive undefeated season. He also was undefeated as a junior, going 48-0. He went 120-2 in his career, missing his entire sophomore year with a back injury.
He also won a 2015 USA Wrestling Northeast Regional Junior Division championship in freestyle at 145 pounds, earning Outstanding Wrestler honors. In 2015, he was named state wrestler of the year by the Connecticut High School Coaches Association and MSG Varsity.
In OK, Siegmann is volunteer of the year
MIAMI, Okla., May 22 -- Dennis Siegmann, the former wrestling head coach and principal at Bristol Central, will be honored as the College/University volunteer of the year by the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame on June 16, in Oklahoma City.
Siegmann is an assistant coach with the Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami, Oklahoma. In March, Northeastern Oklahoma (NEO) won their second NJCAA national championship in three years with three individual champions and nine All-Americans. NEO also won a NJCAA national title in 2014.
Siegmann coached at Bristol Central for 23 years before retiring in 1999. He led the Rams to 11 league championships and two Class L titles. Under his tenure, the Rams went 348-109-12 with three All-Americans, 11 State Open champions and 31 Class L champions.
Siegmann has been an assistant under head coach Joe Renfro. The two men led Labette Community College in Kansas to back-to-back NJCAA national titles in 2012 and 2013. The two men came to Northeastern Oklahoma in 2014 and have won another two national championships.
Perry finishes tied for fifth at Olympic Trials
IOWA CITY, Iowa, April 10 – Middletown High graduate Richard Perry won three matches at the U.S. Olympic Trials at 86 kilograms (189 pounds) Sunday at Carver Hawkeye Arena and finished tied for fifth place. He came into the tournament seeded seventh. Click on the following link for more details on Perry's Olympic Trials tournament.
Newtown's Falbo wins 2nd straight NHSCA national title
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., April 4 – Newtown’s Anthony Falbo became the first Connecticut wrestler to win back-to-back National High School Coaches Association (NHSCA) national championships when he beat Nevada’s Andrew Berreyesa, 4-3 to win at 170 pounds in the NHSCA Junior National tournament on Sunday.
Falbo (56-0, 6-0 NHSCA) was one of eight Connecticut wrestlers to win All-American honors.
Jon Errico, a senior at Brunswick School in Greenwich, finished second in the Senior Nationals at 145. In the Junior Nationals, E.O. Smith’s Robert Hartling (106) was fourth while Newtown’s Joseph Accousti (160) was sixth. In the Sophomore Nationals, Danbury’s Jakob Camacho (113) finished fourth while at the Freshman Nationals, Xavier’s Jesse Polansky (285) was fifth while Danbury’s Kyle Fields (120) finished eighth.
Jack falls one win shy of All-American honors
NEW YORK, March 18 – Danbury native Kevin Jack of North Carolina State fell one victory shy of earning All-American honors after a 3-2 loss on riding time at the NCAA Division I national championships Friday at Madison Square Garden. Jack (141) lost to ACC rival Joey Ward of North Carolina but won two earlier bouts to get in position to earn All-American honors. Click on the headline for all of the details.
Two state wrestlers still alive at NCAA tournament
NEW YORK, March 17 -- The NCAA Division I wrestling tournament is always full of surprises. In the first round, 28 seeded wrestlers lost.
Danbury’s Kevin Jack, the No. 3 seed from North Carolina State at 141 pounds, was upset Thursday night in the second round, falling to former Wolfpack teammate Bryce Meredith of Wyoming, 5-4 on riding time. The win pushes Jack (25-4) into the consolation round beginning on Friday.
Jack and Brookfield's Jack McKeever (174) of Binghamton will be competing in the consolation round on Friday. Granby native Dominick Malone (133) of Northwestern and Shelton senior Patrick Gillen (285) of Virginia were each eliminated. Get the details in our story.
NCAA wrestling begins Thursday in New York
NEW YORK, March 15 – Wrestling begins Thursday in New York at Madison Square Garden for the NCAA Division I wrestling championships and four Connecticut natives are set to compete for their respective university squads.
North Carolina State’s Kevin Jack, a sophomore from Danbury, is ranked No. 3 in the country at 141 pounds and is a contender to win a national championship. Northwestern’s Dominick Malone (133), a senior who grew up in Granby, is making his third NCAA Tournament appearance while Binghamton’s Jack McKeever (174), a senior from Brookfield, is wrestling in the tournament for the second consecutive year. Virginia’s Patrick Gillen (285), a senior from Shelton, will be wrestling at the nationals for the first time.
Four wrestlers compete at NCAA Div. 3 nationals
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa, March 5 – Four Connecticut wrestlers competed at the NCAA Division III national championships in Cedar Rapids on Friday. Williams’ Chris Chorzepa (Newington, 184), Wesleyan’s Devon Carrillo (Middletown, 197), Springfield’s Tyler Keane (Glastonbury, 133) and Roger Williams’ Kyle Foster (Somers, 285) all competed. Chorzepa, Keane and Foster each went 1-2 in the tournament while Carrillo was 0-2.
New England championships
Record 9 state wrestlers capture New England titles
PROVIDENCE, March 5 – In a dominating performance Saturday, Connecticut had a record nine wrestlers win New England titles and five of the top six teams were from Connecticut. There were 14 CT finalists in 10 of 14 weight classes. Four championship finals consisted of two Connecticut wrestlers. Fairfield Warde’s Charles Kane (145) won his second New England title and he was joined on the victory podium by his younger brother, Tim (132). It’s the first time that two CT brothers have won a New England championship on the same day.
Other CT wrestlers to win championships included Trumbull’s Tristian Haviland (113), Ellis Tech’s Jo Jo Gonzalez (126), Danbury’s Jeremy Fields (138), Nonnewaug’s Kieran Duggan (152), New Milford’s Brett Leonard (160), Newtown’s Anthony Falbo (182) and Notre Dame-Fairfield’s Hakim Fleming (285). Newtown was second for the second year in a row. Bishop Hendricken from Warwick, R.I. won the championship.
State coaches poll
Danbury is voted top team in final poll
DANBURY, Feb. 29 -- For the third time in four years, the Danbury High wrestling team has been voted the No. 1 team in the state in the final Norwich Bulletin state coaches poll. Danbury (18-0), which won the Class LL title and was three points shy of winning the State Open championship, received 13 first place votes. New Milford (19-1), the Class L champion who was third at the State Open, finished second for the third time since 2011.
New Fairfield (10-2), which won its first State Open championship Saturday night, was third in the poll and received three first place votes. It was the best finish for the Rebels since finishing second in 1998. Class S champion Windham High (20-0), who has won 56 straight dual meets back to the 2014 season, was ranked fourth and Fairfield Warde was fifth. Foran-Milford, with its state record 35 dual meet victories and a Class M championship, is ranked No. 6 and is the final top 10 poll for the first time in school history. Trumbull, Newtown, Bristol Eastern and Ledyard rounded out the top 10.
Four state wrestlers earn berths to Div. 3 nationals
SPRINGFIELD, Feb. 28 -- Four Connecticut wrestlers earned berths to the upcoming NCAA Division III national championships in Cedar Rapids, Iowa in two weeks. Williams’ Chris Chorzepa (184, Newington) earned and Springfield’s Tyler Keane (133, Glastonbury) each won NCAA Div. 3 Northeast Regional titles while Roger Williams’ Kyle Foster (285, Somers) and Wesleyan’s Devon Carillo (195, Middletown) each finished third. The top three finishes in each weight class qualified. Ithaca College won the regional title for the second straight year while Roger Williams was second.
New Fairfield wins first State Open title
NEW HAVEN, Feb. 27 – Every match and every point mattered Saturday at the State Open championships for Danbury, New Milford and New Fairfield. The three teams were locked in a battle for the tournament championship. In the end, it was New Fairfield with two individual champions and four medalists that edged Danbury by three points for its first-ever State Open title, 115½ to 112½. New Milford, which led going into the finals, was right there with 111 points. Newtown was fourth with 104½ points while Windham was fifth with 102 points.
Newtown’s Anthony Falbo (182) won a third State Open title while New Fairfield’s Alec Opsal (120), Warde’s Tim Kane (132), Charles Kane (145) and South Windsor’s Max Odell (182) won for a second time. The top four finishers in each weight class qualified for the upcoming New England championships in Providence.
Saturday, February 20
Danbury dominates in Class LL; Foran wins in dramatic fashion
Top-ranked Danbury returned to the top of the podium with a dominating victory at the CIAC Class LL championship meet. The Hatters put 10 wrestlers in the finals and won the title with a comfortable lead over second place Fairfield Warde, 268 ½ to 202. For the second time, two brothers won state titles for the second straight year. Warde’s Charlie and Tim Kane each won. A year ago, they both won Class L titles. Newtown was led by junior Anthony Falbo, who won his third straight Class LL title. … With three individual champions, New Milford won its fourth straight Class L championship with a 219-188 win over Bristol Eastern. Fairfield Ludlowe finished third. … In Class M, Foran-Milford got a pin from Luke Edmondson in the final match of the tournament to slip past Ledyard and win its first-ever state championship. Foran won by 2½ points over Ledyard, 209½ to 206 with New Fairfield third with 198½. …Windham had five individual champions and 13 wrestlers finish in the top six of their respective weight classes as the Whippets easily won the Class S title for the fourth straight year. The Whippets set a new Class S tournament record. … The top six finishes in each weight class qualify for the State Open in New Haven which begins Friday and concludes on Saturday. … Brunswick School of Greenwich was the top Connecticut school at the New England Independent School Wrestling Association (NEISWA) championships at Avon Old Farms, finishing third behind Belmont Hill (NY) and Philips Exeter Academy from New Hampshire. Senior captains Jon Errico (145) and Joe Fervil (285) both finished second. Hotchkiss was the next Connecticut school at No. 8. Former NFA wrestler Khaled Exum-Strong won a New England title at 220 for Trinity-Pawling.
2016 New England championships
Top 25 team scores -- 1. Bishop Hendricken-Warwick, RI 89; 2. Newtown 60½; 3. New Fairfield 58½; 4. Danbury 57; 5. New Milford 54½; 6. Fairfield Warde 53; 7. Skowhegan, ME 48; 8. Chelmsford, MA 44½; 9. Foran-Milford 43½; 10. Trumbull 42, 11. Killingly 37, 12. Nashoba Regional-Bolton MA 36½, 13. Mt. Anthony, Bennington, VT and South Windsor 36, 15. Haverhill MA and Timberlane NH 35, 17. Pinkerton Academy-Derry NH, Fairfield Ludlowe, Noble-North Berwick, ME and Shawsheen Valley Tech-Billerica, MA 31½; 21. Central Catholic, MA and Ellis Tech-Danielson 30; 23. St. John’s Prep-Danvers, MA 29 ½, 24. Dedham MA and Marshwood, ME 29.
Other Connecticut schools: 26. Nonnewaug 27, 30. Notre Dame-Fairfield 24, t36. Joel Barlow/Immaculate and Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech 18, t47. Berlin and E.O. Smith 16, t57. Fitch 15, t64. Somers 11, t71. Middletown 9, t 75. Windham 8, t82. Montville and Warren Harding 7, t89. Hand, Haddam-Killingworth, Tolland 5. No score: East Hartford, Ledyard, Portland, Simsbury
Final: Jake Ferri (Shawsheen) dec. Cody Craig (Skowhegan), 8-5; 3. Andy Richard (Lincoln-Sudbury) dec. Robert Hartling (E.O. Smith), 6-5; 5. Jarod Kosman (Fitch) pin Jack Darling (Masconomet), 6:00
Final: Tristan Haviland (Trumbull) dec. Cole Wyman (Brockton), 3-2; 3. Jakob Camacho (Danbury) dec. Tristan Stetson (Keene), 8-4; 5. Nick Arborio (Berlin) win by medical forfeit over Devon Schoenberger (South Windsor)
Final: Peter Delgallo (Gardiner) dec. Connor McGonagle (Timberlane), 7-2; 3. Austin Shorey (Noble) dec. Alec Opsal (New Fairfield), 5-2; 5. Mel Ortiz (New Milford) win by medical forfeit over Chris Derosa (Billerica)
Final: Jo Jo Gonzalez (Ellis Tech) pin Dylan Disano (Bishop Hendricken), 4:18; 3. Matt Kelley (Foxboro) dec. Austin Sherman (Fairfield Ludlowe), 3-1; 5. Billy Wehring (Methuen) dec. Seth Brown (Coventry RI), 5-1
Final: Timmy Kane (Fairfield Warde) dec. Ryan Luth (Foran), 8-4; 3. Bradley Beaulieau (Marshwood) dec. Abe Bloom (Moses Brown), 5-2; 5. Jonathan Celico (Bishop Hendricken) pin Kevin Thomas (Natick), 4:08
Final: Jeremy Fields (Danbury) dec. Avery Shay (New Fairfield), 3-2, 3 OT; 3. Devin Rivet (Bishop Hendricken) dec. Jonathan Soto (Johnston), 4-3; 5. Tyler Raetz (Mt. Anthony) dec. Jordan Baker (Middletown CT), 4-3
Final: Charles Kane (Fairfield Warde) dec. Lucas Cordio (Nashoba Regional), 5-4; 3. Michael Ross (Foran) dec. Julian Jerez (Woonsocket), 3-2; 5. Bryan Rojas (New Milford) dec. Zach Allen (Mill River), 5-3
Final: Kieran Duggan (Nonnewaug) dec. Davey Goodall (Chelmsford), 9-4; 3. Emmett LiCastri (Joel Barlow/Immaculate) dec. John Stawinski (Essex), 3-0; 5. Ronan Ball (Nashoba Regional) pin Marcus Sherrod (Fairfield Ludlowe), 0:36
Final: Brett Leonard (New Milford) dec. Andrew D'Amico (New Fairfield), 3-1; 3. Anthony Fraumeni (Winchester) dec. Kameron Doucette (Skowhegan), 4-3; 5. Devin Pelletier (Mount Greylock) win by medical forfeit over Austin Cooley (Somerset)
Final: Eric Reyes (Dedham) pin Max Odell (South Windsor), 2:46; 3. Joe Accousti (Newtown) dec. Robert Heatherman (Mt Ararat/Brunswick), 6-4; 5. Kyle McQuaide (Chelmsford) dec. Kolby Smith (Sabis), 4-2
Final: Anthony Falbo (Newtown) dec. Austin Caffrey (Killingly), 3-2; 3. James Sauro (Bishop Hendricken) dec. Sam Lundsten (East Providence), 5-3; 5. Mitchell LaFlam (Lyman/Windham) dec. Brandon Cousino (Vergennes), 5-3
Final: Dylan Barreiro (Pinkerton) dec. Benton Whitley (Minnechaug), 8-2; 3. Christopher Wilson (Nokomis) dec. Nathan Skawinski (Cumberland), 6-1; 5. Mark Gentile (Scituate) dec. Dakota King (Mt. Anthony), 6-0
Final: Tylor Fenwick (Central) dec. Lucien Chretien (Haverhill), 10-5; 3. Nicholas Martino (Bishop Hendricken) dec. Dan Gioioso (Xaverian), 3-1; 5. Broc Dokos (Tewksbury) pin Michael Pendriss (Foxcroft Academy), 2:36
Final: Hakim Fleming (Notre Dame-Fairfield) dec. Josh Sokol (Hopkinton), 3-1, OT; 3. Jay Carnevale (St. Johns Prep) pin Josh Angel (Killingly), 3:22; 5. Brennan Sankey (North Attleboro) dec. Bobby Heald (Bedford), 1-0
Outstanding final: 285 pounds
Outstanding wrestler: Peter Delgallo (120), Gardiner, Maine
2016 State Open championships
At New Haven
Team results – 1. New Fairfield 115½; 2. Danbury 112½; 3. New Milford 111; 4. Newtown 104½; 5. Windham 102; 6. Fairfield Warde 91; 7. Foran 89; 8. Fairfield Ludlowe 87; 9. Trumbull 81½; 10. Killingly 63½; 11. South Windsor 56½; 12. Ledyard 54; 13. New London and Somers 53; 15. Ellis Tech 49; 16. Montville 47; 17. Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech and Manchester 44; 19. Simsbury 39; 20. Southington and East Hartford 38½; 22. Fitch 38; 23. E.O. Smith 36; 24. Shelton 33½; 25. Middletown 30; 26. Daniel Hand 29½; 27. Joel Barlow/Immaculate 29; 28. Berlin and Bristol Eastern 27½; 30. Haddam-Killingworth 25; 31. Notre Dame-Fairfield 24; 32. Northwestern and Branford 23½; 34. Tolland 23; 35. Ridgefield 22; 36. Waterford and Nonnewaug 21; 38. Bristol Central, Guilford and Harding 18; 41. Wilton 17; 42. Stratford 15½; 43. St. Bernard/Norwich Tech 15; 44. East Haven and Fairfield Prep 13; 46. Wolcott Tech 12; 47. Gilbert 11; 48. Granby Memorial, Griswold, Wethersfield and Platt High 10; 52. Westhill 9; 53. St. Paul, Pomperaug and Xavier 8; 56. Greenwich, Avon, Bethel and Plainville 7; 60. East Lyme 6½; 61. East Windsor, Masuk, Staples and New Haven 6; 65. Amity and Fermi 5; 67. Rocky Hill, Terryville, Portland, Conard, Derby and Seymour 4; 73. Norwich Free Academy, Maloney, Farmington and Weston 3; 77. Norwalk, Glastonbury, Enfield, Hall, Canton, and New Britain 2; 83. Morgan, East Catholic, Bacon Academy, Stamford, Cheshire, Darien, Oxford, Woodstock Academy, Holy Cross and Jonathan Law 0
Final -- Robert Hartling (E.O. Smith) dec. Jarod Kosman (Fitch), 7-5; 3. Julio Anthony Flores (Windham) dec. Connor Sakmar (Daniel Hand), 2-1, 2nd OT; 5th Sean Johnson (Ellis Tech) dec. Brandon Leonard (New Milford), 9-0
Final -- Jakob Camacho (Danbury) dec. Devon Schoenberger (South Windsor), 3-1; 3. Tristan Haviland (Trumbull) dec. Nick Arborio (Berlin), 7-3; 5. Gino Esposito (Foran) dec. Julio Javier Flores (Windham), 3-1
Final -- Alec Opsal (New Fairfield) pin Melquisedec Ortiz (New Milford), 2:58; 3. Kyle Fields (Danbury) pin Alex Starr (Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech), 4:09; 5. Shaun Wagner (Southington) dec. Willie Gambardella (Branford), 4-2
Final -- Baltazar Gonzalez (Ellis Tech) dec. Austin Sherman (Fairfield Ludlowe), 15-5; 3. Christopher Schultz (New Milford) dec. Michael Mirmina (Trumbull), 4-2; 5. Paul Calo (Southington) pin Alex Steele (Fairfield Warde), 1:41
Final -- Timmy Kane (Fairfield Warde) dec. Joel Morth (Montville), 9-3; 3. Ryan Luth (Foran) dec. Ryan Angers (Tolland), 7-1; 5. Alejandro Paulino (New London) dec. Charles Schultz (New Milford), 5-2
Final -- Avery Shay (New Fairfield) dec. Jeremy Fields (Danbury), 3-1, OT; 3. Jordan Baker (Middletown) dec. Dante Montanaro (Trumbull), 2-1; 5. Matthew Dowler (St. Bernard/Norwich Tech) dec. Matthew Conte (Westhill), 4-3
Final -- Charles Kane (Fairfield Warde) dec. Bryan Rojas (New Milford), 13-6; 3. Michael Ross (Foran) dec. Edward Lovely (Newtown), 4-3; 5. Bobby Clark (Fairfield Ludlowe) dec. Cullan Contos (Windham), 4-2
Final -- Emmett LiCastri (Joel Barlow/Immaculate) dec. Marcus Sherrod (Fairfield Ludlowe), 1-0; 3. Kieran Duggan (Nonnewaug) dec. Grayson Adler (Haddam-Killingworth), 10-3; 5. Samuel Lindblom (Waterford) pin Anton Dzeidzic (Wolcott Tech), 2:57
Final -- Jacob Berry Parker (Somers) dec. Andrew D'Amico (New Fairfield), 3-2; 3. Chase Lind (Fairfield Ludlowe) dec. Brett Leonard (New Milford), 8-6, OT; 5. Billy Goff (Fitch) dec. Joseph Ryan (Trumbull), 9-3
Final -- Max Odell (South Windsor) dec. Joe Accousti (Newtown), 3-1; 3. Tyler Burlinson (New Fairfield) dec. Alex Perez (Windham), 6-5; 5. Christopher Shimwell (Wethersfield) win by forfeit over Logan Smith (Gilbert)
Final -- Anthony Falbo (Newtown) dec. Austin Caffrey (Killingly), 6-4; 3. Mitchell LaFlam (Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech) dec. Demetrius Mariani (East Hartford), 6-5; 5. Jorge Hidalgo (New London) dec. Daniel Persson (Shelton), 9-0
Final -- Jackson Rheault (Somers) dec. Daniel Contino (Ledyard), 3-1; 3. Xavier Bass (Harding) pin Andrew Marquis (Danbury), 2:13; 5. Lee Stenild-Johanson (Fairfield Ludlowe) dec. Gabriel Schwartz (Northwestern), 4-1
Final -- Jordan Fletcher (Manchester) dec. Seiji Arzuaga (Windham), 3-2, 2 OT; 3. Thomas Long (Newtown) dec. Jasper Stone (Simsbury), 3-2; 5. John Ocana (Fairfield Warde) win by forfeit over Renelson Michel (New London)
Final -- Luke Edmondson (Foran) dec. Hakim Fleming (Notre Dame-Fairfield), 2-1; 3. Josh Angel (Killingly) pin Desmond Washington (Trumbull), 1:43; 5. Edward Fountain (Manchester) win by forfeit over Shawn Hundley (Ledyard)
Outstanding wrestler: Baltazar Gonzalez, Ellis Tech (126)
Most exciting final: 126 pounds
Class LL championships
Team results -- 1. Danbury 268½; 2. Fairfield Warde 202; 3. Newtown 174; 4. Trumbull 165; 5. Southington 147½; 6. Simsbury 134½; 7. Xavier 114; 8. Shelton 108½; 9. Westhill 87; 10. Ridgefield 80½; 11. Greenwich 72; 12. Norwich Free Academy 69; 13. Fairfield Prep 56; 14. Manchester 54½; 15. Conard 53; 16. Staples 42; 17. Amity 40; 18. Stamford 37; 19. Norwalk 33; 20. New Haven Wrestling 32; 21. Cheshire 31; 22. New Britain 22; 23. Glastonbury 21½; 24. Brien McMahon 20; 25. Platt Tech/West Haven 3
106 -- Final: Ben LeBlance (Danbury) dec. Matthew Ryan, 1-0; 3. Noah Zuckerman, (Fairfield Warde) dec. Tagan Welch, (Southington), 5-1; 5. Samuel White, (Norwalk) dec. Chase Parrot, (Westhill), 13-0
113 -- Final: Jakob Camacho, (Danbury) vs. Tristan Haviland, (Trumbull), 3-1; 3. Chandler Duhaime, (Shelton) dec. Joshua Jones, (Glastonbury), 11-3; 5. Kasim Khan, (Fairfield Prep) dec. Dylan Ehret, (Greenwich), 10-0
120 -- Final: Kyle Fields (Danbury) dec. Matt Foster, (Norwich Free Academy),5-4; 3. Shaun Wagner, (Southington) pin Jakob Cala, (Amity), 5:57, OT; 5. Nico DiStassio, (Shelton) dec. Jesse Walker, (Ridgefield), 4-2
126 -- Final: Patrick Moynihan, (Xavier) dec. Paul Calo, (Southington), 1-0; 3. Aaron Occhipinti, (Newtown) dec. Alex Steele, (Fairfield Warde), 6-3; 5. Michael Mirmina, (Trumbull) medical default over Garey Mendez, (Stamford)
132 -- Final: Timmy Kane, (Fairfield Warde) dec. Austin Abacherli, (Southington), 9-0; 3. Joshua Kowalski, (Simsbury) dec. Peterson Souza, (Danbury), 4-0; 5. Orlando Sanchez, (Fairfield Prep) pin Darren Barile, (Cheshire), 3:59
138 -- Final: Jeremy Fields, (Danbury) dec. Matthew Conte, (Westhill), 10-2; 3. Dante Montanaro, (Trumbull) dec. Colin Storm, (Ridgefield), 9-2; 5. Jack Price, (Fairfield Warde) dec. Jake Holland, (Xavier), 3-2
145 -- Final: Charles Kane, (Fairfield Warde) dec. Edward Lovely, (Newtown), 5-1; 3. Justin Peterson, (Danbury) win by forfeit over Keith Fernandes, (Simsbury); 5. Matthew Prior, (Staples) dec. Kyle McGinnis, (Shelton), 8-4
152 -- Final: Ryan Devivo, (Xavier) pin Keith Penney, (Simsbury), 2:32; 3. Alexander Stavola, (Newtown) dec. Jarek Laplant, (Danbury), 3-0; 5. Michael Marotta, (Cheshire) dec. Michael Greco, (Trumbull), 5-1
160 -- Final: Joseph Ryan, (Trumbull) dec. Michael Ceci, (Greenwich), 5-3; 3. Gino Baratta, (Danbury) dec. Joseph Gjinaj, (Fairfield Warde), 10-2; 5. Jacob Graves, (New Britain) dec. Jason Calvi-Rogers, (Southington), 2-1
170 -- Final: Joe Accousti, (Newtown) dec. Luke Salls, (Simsbury), 10-0; 3. Evan Titus, (Fairfield Prep) dec. Logan LaRosa, (Southington), 11-1; 5. Nicholas Kranmas, (Conard) pin Kristian Cepeda, (Westhill), 0:57
182 -- Final: Anthony Falbo, (Newtown) pin Matthew Adam, (Danbury), 2:25; 3. Daniel Persson, (Shelton) pin Kyle McCormick, (Ridgefield), 4:32; 5. Davonte Jeffers, (Westhill) pin Colin Hunter, (Staples), 2:26
195 -- Final: Andrew Marquis, (Danbury) dec. Erik Menchaca, (Greenwich), 4-2; 3. Jose Lotts, (Norwich Free Academy) dec. Ray Weiner, (Shelton), 11-3; 5. Jackson King, (Simsbury) dec. David Abrahams, (Fairfield Warde), 8-5
220 -- Final: Thomas Long, (Newtown) dec. John Ocana, (Fairfield Warde), 6-0; 3. Jasper Stone, (Simsbury) dec. Jordan Fletcher, (Manchester), 9-3; 5. Paul Martorelli, (Xavier) dec. Dillon Forstberg, (Conard), 3-0
285 -- Final: Gabriel Stiles, (New Haven) dec. Desmond Washington, (Trumbull), 5-3; 3. Alex Lobsenz, (Fairfield Warde) dec. Edward Fountain, (Manchester), 3-1; 5. Richard Crooks, (Norwich Free Academy) medical default over Nikolas Photos, (Amity)
Outstanding wrestler: Charles Kane (145), Fairfield Warde
Class L Tournament
At Bristol Central
Team results -- 1. New Milford 219; 2. Bristol Eastern 188; 3. Fairfield Ludlowe 180; 4. Middletown 163; 5. Bristol Central 141½; 6. South Windsor 135½; 7. East Hartford 132; 8. Daniel Hand 118½; 9. Platt 95½; 10. Wethersfield 89; 11. Wilton 86; 12. E.O. Smith 81; 13. Fitch 74½; 14. Pomperaug 65½; 15. Hall 63; 16. Maloney 55; 17. Masuk 51; 18. Immaculate/Joel Barlow 50; 19. Darien 47; 20. Harding 38; 21. Farmington 31; 22. New Canaan 29; 23. RHAM 25; 24. Newington 20; 25. Notre Dame-West Haven 12; 26. Windsor 4
106 -- Final: Robert Hartling, (E.O. Smith) dec. Jarod Kosman, (Fitch), 5-4; 3. Brandon Leonard, (New Milford) dec. Connor Sakmar, (Daniel Hand), 1-0; 5. Christopher Trelli, (Bristol Central) pin Travis Longo, (Wilton), 4:21
113 -- Final: Devon Schoenberger, (South Windsor) dec. Colin Lindner, (New Milford), 16-2; 3. Mark Hartmann, (Daniel Hand) pin Michael Fedorko, (Masuk), 1:43; 5. Zachary Taylor, (Fairfield Ludlowe) dec. Noah Corliss, (Bristol Eastern), 11-8
120 -- Final: Melquisedec Ortiz, (New Milford) dec. Nick Rende, (Wilton), 13-2; 3. Noah Sylvester, (Middletown) pin Justin Marshall, (Bristol Eastern), 1:46; 5. Marcus Ortiz, (Maloney) pin Enrique Flores, (Wethersfield), 1:00
126 -- Final: Austin Sherman, (Fairfield Ludlowe) dec. Christopher Schultz, (New Milford), 6-0; 3. Demetre Carnot, (Maloney) dec. Kyle Sheehan, (Pomperaug), 10-6; 5. Peter Dooley, (South Windsor) tech fall Timothy Roberts, (East Hartford), 19-3
132 -- Final: Liam Sullivan, (Daniel Hand) dec. Charles Schultz, (New Milford), 5-4; 3. Ben Stratton, (Platt) dec. Quinden Bourgeois, (East Hartford), 9-3; 5. Ryan Dopp, (Farmington) dec. Quinn Reedy, (Wilton), 10-2
138 -- Final: Joshua Wilson, (Bristol Eastern) dec. Jordan Baker, (Middletown), 6-4; 3. Mathew Pangle, (Pomperaug) pin Evan Colley, (New Milford), 0:47; 5. Karol Wroblewski, (Wethersfield) dec. Eli Perry, (Hall), 14-2
145 -- Final: Bryan Rojas, (New Milford) dec. Bobby Clark, (Fairfield Ludlowe), 9-3; 3. Shane Oxton, (Bristol Central) pin Gregory Lozier, (Bristol Eastern), 2:21; 5. Austen Appleby, (Darien) dec. Rasheed Swinton, (East Hartford), 10-2
152 -- Final: Emmett LiCastri, (Immaculate/Joel Barlow) dec. Marcus Sherrod, (Fairfield Ludlowe), 1-0; 3. Michael Barrett, (Bristol Eastern) dec. Isaiah Rivera, (E.O. Smith), 10-5; 5. Tom Gatti, (Middletown) dec. Julian Galindez, (Bristol Central), 7-3
160 -- Final: Brett Leonard, (New Milford) dec. Chase Lind, (Fairfield Ludlowe), 8-4; 3. Billy Goff, (Fitch) dec. Zachary Thompson, (Bristol Eastern), 5-2; 5. Zach Zeyher, (Wilton) pin Bradley Currier, (Hall), 2:27
170 -- Final: Max Odell, (South Windsor) pin Christopher Shimwell, (Wethersfield), 1:36; 3. Isaiah Collins, (East Hartford) dec. Muhammed Kuruca, (Middletown), 6-5; 5. Clayton Hoskins, (Masuk) win by forfeit over Bernard Figueroa-Velez, (Platt)
182 -- Final: Demetrius Mariani, (East Hartford) dec. Zachary Marquis, (Bristol Eastern), 5-4; 3. Alper Ozdemir, (Hall) pin Joseph Mwamba, (Platt), 3:39; 5. Eric Lamore, (Wethersfield) win by forfeit over William Foschi, (Pomperaug)
195 -- Final: Xavier Bass, (Harding) dec. Lee Stenild-Johanson, (Fairfield Ludlowe), 4-3; 3. Trent Evans, (Fitch) dec. Jordan Yap, (Middletown), 6-3; 5. Francisco Jiminian, (East Hartford) dec. Ryan Russo, (New Canaan), 8-0
220 -- Final: Noah Cruz, (Bristol Central) tech fall Patrick Clarke, (E.O. Smith), 17-2; 3. Michael Burchell, (Daniel Hand) pin Dylan Hodge, (South Windsor), 1:43; 5. Tre'Quan Weston, (Middletown) dec. Luis Rivera Lopez, (Bristol Eastern), 10-5
285 -- Final: Krzysztof Nizielski, (Bristol Central) dec. Billy Stapleton, (Fairfield Ludlowe), 7-4; 3. Nicholas Martone, (Platt) pin Spencer Stovall, (Darien), 2:05; 5. Hassan Azeem, (South Windsor) dec. Maxwell Cyr, (Middletown), 5-2
Outstanding wrestler: Max Odell, South Windsor (170)
Class M championships
Team results -- 1. Foran-Milford 209½; 2. Ledyard 206; 3. New Fairfield 198½; 4. Ellis Tech 164½; 5. Guilford 147½; 6. Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech 127½; 7. New London 108; 8. Waterford 96½; 9. Berlin 95; 10. Branford 91; 11. Avon 85½; 12. East Haven 77½; 13. Bethel 72; 14. Stratford 70; 15. Jonathan Law 52; 16. St. Bernard/Norwich Tech 47; 17. Tolland 43; 18. Weston 40½; 19. Fermi 33; 20. East Lyme 32; 21. Woodstock Academy 31; 22. Suffield/W.Locks/E.Granby 30; 23. Bacon Academy 24½; 24. Wolcott Tech 21; 25. SMSA/Univ/Classical 19; 26. Bunnell 13; 27. Rockville 6
106 -- Final: Sean Johnson, (Ellis Tech) dec. Logan Smith, (Waterford), 12-2; 3. Bo Nguyen, (Ledyard) dec. Daniel Veleas, (Berlin), 13-4; 5. Victor Garcia, (East Haven) dec. Nicholas Tartsinis, (Bacon Academy), 9-8
113 -- Final: Gino Esposito, (Foran) dec. Nick Arborio, (Berlin), 2-0; 3. Noah Pantani, (Branford) win by forfeit over Everett Minevich, (East Lyme); 5. Antonio Lieto, (East Haven) dec. Austin Robertson, (Ledyard), 6-3
120 -- Final: Alec Opsal, (New Fairfield) pin Alex Starr, (Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech), 2:34; 3. Willie Gambardella, (Branford) dec. Anthony Tripodi, (Avon), 5-0; 5. Anthony Devanny, (Ellis Tech) dec. William Mauro, (Foran), 13-3
126 -- Final: Baltazar Gonzalez, (Ellis Tech) dec. Andrew Ignoto, (Guilford), 12-6; 3. Roger Moyer, (Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech) dec. Ryan Farrell, (Avon), 4-2; 5. Nick DeMorro, (East Haven) dec. Braden Reilly, (New Fairfield), 12-2
132 -- Final: Alejandro Paulino, (New London) dec. Ryan Luth, (Foran), 3-1; 3. Ryan Angers, (Tolland) dec. Colin Rook, (Guilford), 7-5; 5. Robert Ruiz, (Bethel) pin Josh Veleas, (Berlin), 4:42
138 -- Final: Avery Shay, (New Fairfield) dec. Matthew Dowler, (St. Bernard/Norwich Tech), 11-2; 3. Jubilee Witte, (Foran) dec. Michael Devanny, (Ellis Tech), 3-2; 5. David Gill, (East Lyme) win by forfeit over Shane Fors, (Ledyard)
145; Final: Michael Ross, (Foran) TF Mike Angers, (Tolland), 15-0; 3. Cole Blair, (Ellis Tech) dec. Will McCallister, (Stratford), 8-4; 5. McKayd LaRose, (Guilford) dec. Chase LaRusso, (Fermi), 4-3
152 -- Final: Samuel Lindblom, (Waterford) dec. Andrew Tischer, (Guilford), 9-5; 3. Jacob Commander, (New London) medical default over Anton Dzeidzic, (Wolcott Tech); 5. Jacob Millbach, (Ledyard) pin Dan Gioia, (New Fairfield), 2:32
160 -- Final: Andrew D'Amico, (New Fairfield) dec. Noah Hubler, (Foran), 5-3; 3. Jack St.Onge, (Avon) dec. Oscar Carmona, (Guilford), 7-3; 5. Collin Crader, (Ledyard) dec. Max Khoshabo, (Bethel), 5-2
170 -- Final: Tyler Burlinson, (New Fairfield) pin Qasim Khan, (Foran), 0:21; 3. Curtis Patsiga, (Ledyard) dec. Aj Moscato, (Guilford), 7-5; 5. Antonio Marino, (Berlin) dec. Edwin Ruiz Sandoval, (Woodstock Academy), 5-4
182 -- Final: Mitchell LaFlam, (Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech) dec. Justin Keating, (Waterford), 5-0; 3. Dakota Grover, (Ledyard) dec. William Magrino, (New Fairfield), 5-4; 5. Jorge Hidalgo, (New London) pin Vin Biscoglio, (Berlin), 4:03
195 -- Final: Daniel Contino, (Ledyard) pin Josh Lachs, (Weston), 3:36; 3. David Verizzi, (Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech) pin Tim Seksinski, (East Haven), 1:51; 5. Justin Garden, (New Fairfield) medical default over Jackson Seward, (Branford)
220 -- Final: Daric Johnson, (Ledyard) dec. Nicholas Cote, (Bethel), 9-5; 3. Renelson Michel, (New London) pin Hamit Nasufi, (Stratford), 2:12; 5. Gavin Thuotte, (Ellis Tech) pin Kevin Brocksom, (Jonathan Law), 1:00
285; Final: Luke Edmondson, (Foran) pin Shawn Hundley, (Ledyard), 1:57; 3. Jake Richters, (Fermi) dec. Sergio Ferreira, (Stratford), 4-1; 5. Pedro Galarza, (Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech) pin George Howard, (New Fairfield), 1:41
2016 Class S championships
Team results -- 1. Windham 288; 2. Killingly 198; 3. Montville 192½; 4. Haddam-Killingworth 123; 5. Nonnewaug 115½; 6. Terryville 111; 7. Somers 101; 8. Granby 97½; 9. Northwestern 89½; 10. Morgan 86; 11. Plainville 78; 12. East Catholic 58; 13. Griswold 57; 14. Gilbert 53; 15. Canton 47; 16. St. Paul 46; 17. East Windsor 42; 18. Notre Dame-Fairfield 40½; 19. Holy Cross 40; 20. Rocky Hill 38; 21. Derby 37; 22. Portland 36½; 23. Oxford 36; 24. Enfield 22½; 25. Seymour 20; 26. Stafford 15; 27. Bolton 11; 27. Coventry 11; 29. East Hampton 9; 30. Career Magnet-New Haven 6; 31. Housatonic 4; 32. Valley Regional 3
106: Final -- Julio Anthony Flores (Windham) pin Danny Charron (Killingly), 1:38; 3. Angelo Folino (Northwestern) dec. Trevor Follo (Morgan), 11-0; 5. Muhammed Bilal (Rocky Hill) pin Jacob Marselli (East Catholic), 2:44
113: Final -- Julio Javier Flores (Windham) dec. Noah Caskey (Montville), 3-1; 3. Jack Pelley (East Windsor) pin Mike Charron (Killingly), 0:48; 5. Joseph Fleming (Enfield) pin Malakai Maher (Haddam-Killingworth), 4:50
120: Final -- Alejandro Garcia (Windham) dec. James Lantigua (Killingly), 10-6; 3. Ian Poitras (Terryville) pin Steven Muller (Granby), 3:30; Jason Jacaruso (Griswold) dec. William Konikowski (St. Paul), 4-1
126: Final -- Rodric Grant (Portland) dec. Zachary Looney (Montville), 2-1; 3. Sebastien Stultz (Windham) dec. Zach Burgress (Killingly), 4-2; 5. Joseph Pedrolini (Northwestern) dec. Malik Shipman (Morgan), 12-0
132: Final -- Joel Morth (Montville) dec. Fred Ellegard (Terryville), 9-5; 3. Jeffrey Suschana (Somers) dec. Matthew Jenkins (Haddam-Killingworth), 5-2; 5. Eric Angeles (Windham) dec. Grant Sarra (Plainville), 13-4
138: Final -- Cooper Fleming (Granby Memorial) pin Samuel Kury (Montville), 1:41; 3. Connor Levins (Terryville) dec. Edward Boisits (Nonnewaug), 6-4; 5. Joshua Schwartz (Northwestern) dec. Luis Torres (Windham), 6-4
145: Final -- Cullan Contos (Windham) pin Brian Campbell (Nonnewaug), 3:38; 3. Austin Concascia (Montville) dec. Aidan Korper (Haddam-Killingworth), 9-3; 5. Joseph Bradley (Morgan) pin Franklin Falcon (Bolton), 4:12
152: Final -- Kieran Duggan (Nonnewaug) dec. Grayson Adler (Haddam-Killingworth), 17-5; 3. Benjamin Kibby (Granby Memorial) dec. Dan Herold (Oxford), 11-4; 5. Jon Tattersall (Plainville) dec. Sammy Ruiz (Windham), 26-13
160: Final -- Jacob Berry Parker (Somers) dec. Mackay Revis (Haddam-Killingworth), 13-8; 3. Victor Garcia-Moreno (Windham) dec. Freylin Jimenez (Plainville), 3-2; 5. Julian Adams (Canton) injury default over Douglas Delacruz (Montville)
170: Final -- Logan Smith (Gilbert) pin Dillon Knupp (Killingly), 0:30; 3. Alex Perez (Windham) pin Ryan Gervais (Griswold), 4:15; 5. Jordan Silva (St. Paul) dec. Francesco Rinaldi (Somers), 15-8
182: Final -- Austin Caffrey (Killingly) pin Charlie Sampson (Derby), 0:55; 182 Emanuel Diaz (Montville) pin David Wyzykowski (Haddam-Killingworth), 7:08, OT; 5. Flori Cenkolli (Nonnewaug) win by forfeit over Klyde Flag Auba (Notre Dame-Fairfield), disqualified from tournament
195: Final -- Jackson Rheault (Somers) dec. Gabriel Schwartz (Northwestern), 5-3; 3. Connor Lemley (Killingly) dec. Josh Wright (Terryville), 3-2; 5. John Bowler (Holy Cross) pin Xavier Torres-Viera (Windham), 2:38
220: Final -- Seiji Arzuaga (Windham) dec. Justin Lengvarsky (Granby Memorial), 4-0; Nick Cyr (Plainville) pin Matthew Gray (St. Paul), 2:25; 5. Nick Tibbetts (Montville) pin Albert Nieves (Holy Cross), 1:54
285: Final -- Hakim Fleming (Notre Dame-Fairfield) dec. Josh Angel (Killingly), 3-2, 3 OT; 3. Nathan Oaks (Windham) dec. John Desautels (East Catholic), 4-1; 5. Chris Ernst (Seymour) pin Jason Hume (Terryville), 1:52
Outstanding wrestler: Cooper Fleming (138), Granby
2016 New England Independent Schools Wrestling Association
At Avon Old Farms
Team results -- 1. Belmont Hill (MA) 201, 2. Phillips Exeter Academy (NH) 196½. 3. Brunswick School-Greenwich 155½, 4. Middlesex School-Concord MA 121, 5. Trinity-Pawling (NY) 108½, 6. Brooks School-North Andover MA 106, 7. Roxbury (MA) Latin School 84 ; 8. Hotchkiss-Lakeville 81 ; 8. Tabor Academy-Marion MA 81 ; 10. Deerfield (MA) Academy 77 ; 11. Northfield Mount Hermon-Gill MA 77 ; 12. Noble and Greenough School-Dedham MA 76 ; 13. Choate Rosemary Hall-Wallingford 70½ ; 14. Lexington (MA) Christian Academy 61; 15. Avon Old Farms 51 ; 16. Andover (MA) Academy 46 ; 17. Buckingham, Browne and Nichols-Cambridge MA 40 ; 18. Portsmouth Abbey (RI) 39 ; 19. Hopkins-New Haven 38 ; 20. Green Farms Academy-Westport 32 ; 21. Hebrew High-West Hartford 31½; 22. Canterbury-New Milford 28 ; 22. Hyde-ME 28 ; 22. St. Paul's School-Concord NH 28 ; 25. Loomis Chaffee-Windsor 28 ; 26. Taft-Watertown 26, 27. Marvelwood-Cornwall and Williston-Northampton MA 24, 29. Concord (MA) Academy 22½, 30. Chase Collegiate-Waterbury, Pomfret and Wilbraham-Monson 21, 33. St. Mark’s and Tilton 20, 35. Hyde CT, Marianapolis Prep CT 18, 37. Landmark 17, 38. Chapel Hill 14, Governor’s Academy 13,40. Salisbury School 11, 41. Worcester (MA) Academy 9, 42. Milton, St. Sebastian’s 4, 44. Lawrence Academy 3, Forman School-Litchfield and Suffield Academy 0
106 -- Final: Hayden Brown (Phillips Exeter Academy) MD David Bancroft (Trinity Pawling School), 11-2; 3. Jason Gold (Brooks School) dec. Markus Rhyner (Hyde Ct), 5-3; 5. Alex Cleveland (Phillips Andover) dec. Ryan Williams (Belmont Hill School), 2-0; 7. Griffin Birney (Choate) pin Quinn Schneider (Hopkins School), 2:24
113 -- Final: Dante Gutbrod (Middlesex) dec. Mathew Cuomo (Choate), 8-5; 3. Zach Lehan (Roxbury Latin) dec. Abijay Bhatnagar (Phillips Exeter Academy), 2-0; 5. Clay Mizgerd (Noble & Greenough) dec. Breana Lohbusch (Pomfret), 2-2; 7. Matt Smith (Belmont Hill School) dec. William Bianchi (Chase Colligate), 2-0
120 -- Final: Amir Daouk (Tabor) pin Hans Forland (Green Farms Academy), 4:54; 3. David Yeh (Noble & Greenough) dec. Noah Burstein (Northfield Mt. Hermon), 3-2; 5. Brooks Hennessy (Brunswick School) win by forfeit over Peter Oh (Choate); 7. Darcelis Worrell (Roxbury Latin) dec. Connor Meaney (Lexington Christian Academy), 7-5
126 -- Final: Jordan Rowlette (Northfield Mt. Hermon) pin Dave Crosby (Brooks School), 5:32; 3. Kevin Lyskawa (Phillips Exeter Academy) dec. Seth Israel (Belmont Hill School), 4-2; 5. Andrew Hennessy (Brunswick School) dec. Xergio Aguilar (Lexington Christian Academy), 10-6; 7. Sam Hecht (Hopkins School) dec. Laszlo Gendler (Hamden Hall), 4-2
132 -- Final: Joseph Rossetti (Phillips Exeter Academy) pin Chris Weiss (Portsmouth Abby), 1:03; 3. Nu Kwan-Fair (Hamden Hall) dec. Tristian Mulleavey (Tabor), 21-10; 5. Alex Feye (St. Paul's School) dec. Mike Carioscia (Canterbury), 9-2; 7. Simon Winter (Marvelwood) pin Christian Yeh (Noble & Greenough), 3:19
138 -- Final: Pete Tedesco (Belmont Hill School) pin Zack Conlan (Trinity Pawling School), 2:28; 3. Ted Pyne (Middlesex) MD Rafael Brantley (Roxbury Latin), 11-3; 5. Ivan Lerner (Marvelwood) dec. Harry Holte (Marionapolis), 6-3; 7. Vince Caputo (Avon Old Farms) dec. Matt Vieira (Brooks School), 3-1
145 -- Final: Phil Conigliaro (Belmont Hill School) dec. Jon Errico (Brunswick School), 8-3; 3. Stephen Thibault (Avon Old Farms) dec. Gavin Fujimori (Middlesex), 10-4; 5. Traken Sutton (Loomis Chaffee) dec. Justin Muchnick (Phillips Andover), 5-2; 7. Jason Calandra (Lexington Christian Academy) dec. Bassam Qasrawi (Noble & Greenough), 10-4
152 -- Final: Quinn Abrams (Phillips Exeter Academy) TF Colin Vallis (Belmont Hill School), 15-0; 3. Jivan Purutyan (Middlesex) pin Damion Nsiah (St.Mark's School), 2:09; 5. Grant Hill (Hopkins School) pin Ben Stix (Northfield Mt. Hermon), 3:54; 7. Benjamin Goldsberry (Worcester Academy) dec. Mark Jaklitsch (Landmark School), 8-4
160 -- Final: Nick Konovalchik (Brooks School) dec. Isaiah Bailey (Tabor), 6-5; 3. Luca Pontone (Belmont Hill School) MD Winslow Robinson (Deerfield), 11-1; 5. Sean Sullivan (Taft School) pin Colby Boudreau (Northfield Mt. Hermon), 1:00; 7. Armand Huribal (Canterbury) pin Tyler Yan (Roxbury Latin), 3:25
170 -- Final: Steve Cerrone (Phillips Exeter Academy) pin Pasha Sonkin (Concord Academy), 4:33; 3. Dj Demetri (Belmont Hill School) dec. Lucas Bell (Brunswick School), 3-1; 5. Dan Bailey (Governor's Academy) dec. Nick Agee (Middlesex), 6-3; 7. Tj Brooks (Avon Old Farms) pin Eli Wilson (Portsmouth Abby), 1:42
182 -- Final: Brett Gerry (Hyde Me) dec. Jeff Thompson (Trinity Pawling School), 9-4; 3. Hayden Folgert (Noble & Greenough) pin Luke Brugel (Deerfield), 3:31; 5. Will Ryan (Belmont Hill School) dec. Chase Krivickas (Lexington Christian Academy), 5-4; 7. Sam Grabowski-Clark (Choate) pin Sam Dickey (St. Paul's School), 2:33
195 -- Final: Nick Carola (Hotchkiss School) forfeit over Griffin Thomas (Deerfield); 3. Henry Lagasse (Phillips Exeter Academy) dec. Alex Russell (Brunswick School), 6-2; 5. Mark Blokh (Chapel Hill) MD Edmond DeAngelis (Lexington Christian Academy), 10-2; 7. Will Jarrell (Buckingham, Brown & Nichols) pin Clay Zachery (Choate), 2:33
220 -- Final: Khaled Exum-Strong (Trinity Pawling School) dec. Brad Basham (Buckingham, Brown & Nichols), 8-1; 3. Jack Eichen (Hotchkiss School) dec. Lachlan Rosato (Brunswick School), 8-5; 5. Alex Wagner (Middlesex) pin Peter Caine (Wilbraham & Monson Academy), 1:49; 7. Chris Rota (Roxbury Latin) pin Paul Tziachris (Tabor), 1:00
285 -- Final: Owen Rosenberger (Brooks School) dec. Joe Fervil (Brunswick School), 9-4; 3. John Galusha (Hotchkiss School) pin Eric Pilcher (Tilton), 4:00; 5. Nate Monk (Salisbury) dec. Alex Afeyan (Belmont Hill School), 3-1; 7. Brandon Scott (Deerfield) dec. Jeff MacArthur (Phillips Exeter Academy), 11-1