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top 10 poll
The Norwich Bulletin's state wrestling top 10 poll as voted by wrestling coaches from around the state.
FINAL, Feb. 27
                                Rec   Pts   LW
1. Danbury (16)      15-1   320   1
2. New Milford        13-1   223   2
3. Newtown              9-4   218   7
4. Xavier                 15-4   211   4
5. Bristol Eastern    19-0   210   3
6. Southington        15-1   205   5
7. Ellis Tech            26-4   172   10
8. Fairfield Warde  14-5    171   t8
9. Trumbull             20-1   141   6
10. Ledyard            24-4   122   t8
Others receiving votes: Foran (22-6) 88, Montville (9-3) 70, Windham High (19-3) 54, Guilford 23, Hand (17-5) 21, Killingly (20-4) 19, Platt High (24-5) 10, Shelton (18-6) 8, Middletown (15-6) 6
n All 2017 polls
2017 in review
Wk. 1: Dec. 10-17
Wk. 2: Dec. 19-24
Wk. 3: Dec. 26-31
Wk. 4: Jan. 2-7
Wk. 5: Jan. 9-14
Wk. 6: Jan. 16-21
Wk. 7: Jan. 23-28
Wk. 8: Jan. 30 - F 4
Wk. 9: Feb. 6-11

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Saturday, March 11
Cannone, Chorzepa earn All-American honors at NCAA D3
LaCROSSE, Wisc, March 11 – Trumbull’s Cross Cannone, a sophomore at Wartburg (Iowa) College, helped top-ranked Wartburg win their 13th NCAA Division III national championship Saturday by finishing second at 141 pounds.

Cannone was one of two Connecticut wrestlers to earn All-American honors. Newington’s Chris Chorzepa, a senior at Williams College, finished eighth at 184 pounds to earn All-American honors for the third time in his career.

Cannone (30-5) won three matches to earn his spot in the final including a 3-1 overtime win over defending national champion Devin Broukal of Wabash in the semifinals. 
Connecticut Wrestling Online, March 11: Cannone, Chorzepa earn All-American honors at NCAA Division III national championships.

Sunday, March 5
Jack, Vollaro earn NCAA Div. I berths
Two Connecticut natives have earned invitations to compete in the 2017 NCAA Division I wrestling championships in St Louis on March 16-18. 
Danbury junior Kevin Jack of North Carolina State earned his third straight NCAA championship berth by winning the Atlantic Coast Conference title at 141 pounds on Saturday. Somers senior Doug Vollaro earned his first NCAA berth by finishing third at 285 pounds in the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA) championships. ... Middletown's Devon Carillo of Wesleyan was named as state athlete of the year by the Connecticut Sports Writers Alliance. Carillo will be honored at the Gold Key dinner in April.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, March 5: Two state wrestlers qualify for NCAA Division I tournament

Saturday, March 4
Danbury brings home New England title
PROVIDENCE, R.I., March 4 – With five medalists, two finalists and a New England champion, Danbury became the first Connecticut team in 25 years to win a New England championship with a dominant victory Saturday night. Danbury beat neighbor Newtown, 114-67 as the Nighthawks finished second for the third straight year. Six Connecticut wrestlers won New England titles including Ellis Tech’s Jo Jo Gonzalez (132), who won his second straight title. Foran-Milford had two champions – Ryan Luth (145) and Michael Ross (152) while Southington’s Paul Calo (160) beat Xavier’s Ryan Devivo. At 170, Newtown’s Joe Accousti won a title. Connecticut had 12 wrestlers in the finals in 10 weight classes.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, March 5: Danbury wins first New England title since 1990

Sunday, February 26
Four state wrestlers qualify for NCAA Div. 3 national tourney
Newington’s Chris Chorzepa, a senior at Williams College, won his second straight Northeast Regional championship (184) and earned a berth to the NCAA Division III national championships for the fourth year. He is one of four state wrestlers to qualify for the nationals in LaCrosse, Wisconsin in March. Middletown’s Devon Carrillo of Wesleyan (197), Trumbull's Cross Cannone (141) and Southington’s Zack Bylykbashi of Washington and Lee (133) also qualified. Four state wrestlers finished fourth and missed qualifying by one place. Three of those four dropped one-point decisions. Johnson & Wales had five qualifiers as they won the NCAA Northeast Region in Rhode Island Sunday. Details and results with our collegiate coverage.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, February 26: Three state wrestlers qualify for NCAA DIvision III national championships

Saturday, February 25
Record-setting performance by Danbury at Open
NEW HAVEN, Feb. 25 – Danbury had a record six wrestlers win State Open championships Saturday in one of the most dominating performances in tournament history. The Hatters scored a record 212 ½ points and had the largest margin of victory (122 ½) in tournament history. Junior Jakob Camacho (120) won his second straight Open title to lead Danbury. Fairfield Warde’s Tim Kane (138) became just the 15th wrestler in state history to win three Open crowns. Newtown’s Joe Accousti (170) and Somers’ Jackson Rheault (195) each won their second Open title. Danbury broke the record for most winners of five set by Greenwich in 1965 and tied by Conard in 1968. Danbury had four champions in 2014 and 2004. The top five finishers in each weight class qualified for the New England tournament.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, February 26: Danbury rolls to record-setting State Open victory

Other state champions from New England states

Monday, February 20
Seeds for upcoming State Open posted
The seeds for the wrestlers competing at this weekend's State Open wrestling championships at the Floyd Little Athletic Center have been posted on the CIAC website. There are 32 wrestlers in each of the 14 weight classes. Wrestling begins Friday and concludes Saturday. The top 5 wrestlers in each weight class qualify for the New England tournament.
State Open seeds

Girls state tournament is March 5 in New London
USA Wrestling Connecticut will be hosting the Connecticut Girls High School championship tournament on Sunday, March 5, at New London High. Out-of-state girls are welcome to compete. It will be part of an event that includes the Kids Mighty Mite and Bantam state championships for boys and girls. Online registration closes Friday, March 3, at 10 PM. Click on the link for more information.

Four state wrestlers ranked No. 1 in New England
George Mason wins final two matches to hand Sacred Heart a loss in dual meet finale ... Four Connecticut wrestlers ranked No. 1 in New England as Division III wrestlers prepare for NCAA Div. 3 Northeast Regional this weekend. ... North Carolina State's Kevin Jack (Danbury) has won 25 matches in a row and is ranked No. 2 in the nation at 141. More information in our collegiate roundup.

Saturday, February 18
Eastern nips New Milford for Class L crown 
Bristol Eastern had three individual champions and 10 medalists to nip four-time defending champion New Milford to win the Class L championship Saturday night at Bristol Central, 231-230. It was the closest finish in the history of the Class L tournament, eclipsing the 1½ point win by the Green Wave over Hand in 2011. New Milford had five finalists and 10 medalists but had just two individual champions. The Green Wave lost two matches in the finals by one point while Eastern had pins in two of their three finals matches to pick up four extra bonus points. It was Eastern's second Class L title and first since 1996. South Windsor’s Devon Schoenberger (113) was named the outstanding wrestler.

The Danbury High wrestling team had seven finalists and four individual champions to win the Class LL championship for the 19th time and for the second straight year. Xavier pulled away from a tight pack of schools to finish second for the second time in four years with two individual champions and 191 points. Newtown (181), Southington (179½) and Trumbull (169½) rounded out the top five. Ryan Jack (106), Jakob Camacho (120), Andrew Marquis (220) and Michael Gaboardi (285) won titles for the Hatters.

In Class M, Ellis Tech became the first technical school to win a state championship in wrestling with a 30-point victory over defending champion Foran, 213½ to 183. The Golden Eagles had four individual champions who won 11 of their 12 matches by pin. “They were better than us and they were better than us all year,” Foran coach David Esposito told GameTime CT. “It was a harder job for us to come in second this year than to come in first last year. We just got outwrestled by a better team.”

In Class S, Ledyard earned their record 23rd state championship by outlasting ECC rival Windham by 15½ points to win their first Class S title, 203½-188. Montville was third with 185½ points and three individual champions. Ledyard had two champions (Bo Nguyen, 120 and Michael Sullivan, 182) and had five wrestlers in the finals. The three ECC schools won six of the 14 weight classes.

Green Farms Academy’s Sam Stuart (106) and Hans Forland (120) won New England championships at the New England Independent School Wrestling Association (NEISWA) championships at Hyde School in Maine. For the second straight week, Stuart beat Marvelwood’s Nathan Winter. Stuart beat Winter for the WNEISWA title earlier this month. Suffield’s Academy’s Jesse Polansky finished second at 285. Brunswick was the top team from Connecticut with a fourth place finish with nine medalwinners (top eight). Lachlan Rosato (220) finished third for the Bruins. Top six finishers in each weight class qualified to participate in next weekend’s 82nd National Prep School Association national championship tournament at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa.
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Connecticut Wrestling Online, March 5: Danbury brings New England championship to Connecticut

Danbury News Times, Feb. 19: Hatters win 19th Class LL championship

GameTimeCT, Feb. 19: With two individual champions, Xavier takes second in Class LL

Hartford Courant, Feb. 19: Xavier finishes second to Danbury in Class LL

New Britain Herald, Feb. 19: Abacherli wins individual title to help Southington finish fourth

Bristol Press, Feb. 19: Eastern wins first state title since 1996 by slipping past New Milford

Danbury News Times, Feb. 19: New Milford's bid for a fifth straight title denied by Bristol Eastern

Hartford Courant, Feb. 19: Bristol Eastern celebrates after beating New Milford for state title

New London Day, Feb. 19: Fitch has a pair of champions at Class L championships

GameTimeCT, Feb. 19: Foran can't stop Ellis Tech from winning first wrestling crown

Norwich Bulletin, Feb. 19: Ellis Tech captures Class M title with strong performance

Meriden Record Journal, Feb. 19: Three area wrestlers win state titles

New London Day, Feb. 19: Ledyard outlasts Windham to win Class S championship

Norwich Bulletin, Feb. 19: Windham denied a fifth straight Class S title by ECC rival Ledyard

Waterbury Republican American, Feb. 19: Two Terryville wrestlers win titles to help Kangaroos finish sixth

Collinsville Press, Feb. 18: Ben Kibby wins state title for Granby while Cooper Fleming finishes a close second

Collinsville Press, Feb. 18: Connolly finishes fourth for Canton at Class S championships

Hartford Courant, Feb. 19: Ledyard beats Windham; Haddam-Killingworth earns fourth place finish
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2016 New England championships
At Providence RI 
Team results – 1. Danbury 114, 2. Newtown 67, 3. Mt. Anthony, VT 62½, 4. Timberlane Regional-Plastow, NH 57, 5. Bishop Hendricken RI 56, 6. Foran-Milford 52, 7. Lincoln Sudbury (MA) 51, 8. Ellis Tech 50, 9. Minnechaug MA 48, 10. Cumberland RI 44, 11. Southington and Skowhegan ME 43, 13. Coventry RI 37, 14. Billerica MA 35, 15. Concord NH and Milton MA 34; 17. Melrose MA 33, 18. Ellsworth ME 32, 19. Trumbull 31, 20. Marshwood ME 30, 21. Xavier-Middletown and New Milford 28, 23. Mt. Ararat/Brunswick ME 27½, 24. Oxford Hills ME 27, Nashoba Regional-Bolton MA and St. John’s Prep-Danvers, MA 26, 27. Simsbury, Shawsheen Valley Tech-Billerica, MA and Winslow ME 25; 29. New Canaan, Hand, Burlington MA 24, 34. Vergennes Union, VT 23; 35. Chelmsford MA and Somers 22; 37. Fairfield Warde 21½; 38. Putnam MA 21, 39. Methuen MA 20½, 40. Bethel, Chariho RI and Windham High NH 20, 43. Bedford MA 19, 44. Brockton MA, Bristol Central, Montville, New Fairfield, Springfield (MA) Central, Danvers MA, Masconomet Regional-Boxford MA 18; 51. North Andover MA and Fitch 17½, 53. LaSalle RI 17, 54. Manchester (NH) Central, Bristol Eastern and East Hartford 16; 57. Berlin 15½, 58. Natick MA, Ponaganset-Scituate RI 15, 60. Pomperaug 14½, 61. Central Catholic-Lawrence, MA and Platt High 14; 63. Salem NH 13; 64. Foxboro MA 12½, 65. Noble ME 11½, 66. Kingswood Regional-Wolfeboro NH and Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech 11; 68. Lawrence MA and Cony High-Augusta ME 10; 70. Essex VT, Bedford MA, Pinkerton NH 9, 73. E.O. Smith, North Kingstown RI, Conard 8; 76. Ridgefield 7 ½, 77. Goffstown NH, Granby, Ludlow MA, Massabesic High-Waterville ME, Scarborough ME, ConVal Regional-Peterborough NH 7, 83. Catholic Memorial-Boston, Dirigo-Dixfield ME , Greater Lowell (MA), Haddam-Killingworth, Lincoln RI, Londonderry NH, Marshfield MA, Mountain Valley, Quabbin, South Windsor, St. Johnsbury, Tolland, Tri-County Regional, Wells ME 6
Individual results
106 LBS
Final -- Cody Craig (Skowhegan) dec. Ryan Jack (Danbury), 3-1; 3. Andrew Fallon (LaSalle) dec. Christopher Trelli (Bristol Central), 7-2; 5. Jarod Kosman (Fitch) dec. Hunter Adrian (Melrose), 10-0
113 LBS
Final -- Jake Ferri (Shawsheen) dec. Ryan Garlitz (St. Johns Prep), 6-0; 3. Sean Johnson (Ellis Tech) dec. Jack Darling (Masconomet), 2-0, 2 OT; 5. Nick Arborio (Berlin) tech fall Noah Call (Mt. Anthony), 16-0 3:26
120 LBS
Final -- Jakob Camacho (Danbury) pin Andy Richard (Lincoln-Sudbury), 5:08; 3. Christopher Derosa (Billerica) dec. Cole Wyman (Brockton), 3-2, 2 OT; 5. Joseph Valentino (North Andover) dec. Keenan Taylor (Mt. Anthony), 8-5
126 LBS
Final -- Connor Mcgonagle (Timberlane) pin Tyler Sung (New Canaan), 3:46; 3. Mel Ortiz (New Milford) dec. Tristan Haviland (Trumbull), 3-1; 5. Ramazan Attasauov (Wayland) dec. Sean Caltagairone (Coventry), 9-0
132 LBS
Final -- Baltazar Gonzalez (Ellis Tech) pin Josh Lee (Burlington), 3:43; 3. Seth Brown (Coventry) pin Samson Sirois (Skowhegan), 2:55; 5. Joel Morth (Montville) dec. Aj Pagliarulo (Bedford), 3-1, OT
138 LBS
Final -- Brady Beaulieu (Marshwood) dec. Timmy Kane (Fairfield Warde), 5-2; 3. Alan Kovacs (Danbury) dec. Devin Rivet (Bishop Hendricken), 11-2; 5. Brian Lindsay (Kingswood) dec. Evan Goodall (Chelmsford), 2-1
145 LBS
Final -- Ryan Luth (Foran) dec. Edward Lovely (Newtown), 6-4; 3. Avery Shay (New Fairfield) dec. Michael Mirmina (Trumbull), 9-3; 5. Tristen Cabinta (Salem) dec. Austin Shorey (Noble), 6-4
152 LBS
Final -- Michael Ross (Foran) dec. Ryan Monteiro (Minnechaug), 5-0; 3. Lucas Cordio (Nashoba Regional) dec. Peyton Cole (Ellsworth), 7-4; 5. Mathew Pangle (Pomperaug) dec. Tyler Burgess (Mt. Anthony), 3-1
160 LBS
Final -- Paul Calo (Southington) dec. Ryan Devivo (Xavier), 5-1; 3. Michael Barrett (Bristol Eastern) dec. Dawson Stevens (Oxford Hills), 7-1; 5. Ahmad Sharif (Putnam) dec. Gino Baratta (Danbury), 7-3
170 LBS
Final -- Joe Accousti (Newtown) dec. Robert Heatherman (Mt. Ararat/Brunswick), 5-3; 3. Trent Goodman (Ellsworth) dec. Dylan Tremblay (Timberlane), 5-2; 5. John Hayes (Cumberland) M win by forfeit over Ibragim Arsakhanov (Manchester Central)
182 LBS
Final -- George Tarwo (Concord) dec. Ryan Fredette (Winslow), 8-6; 3. Brandon Cousino (Vergennes) pin Tom Wrzesien (Chariho), 2:00; 5. Fransisco Jiminian (East Hartford) medical forfeit over Darius Franklin (Methuen)

195 LBS
Final -- Andrew Marshall (Lincoln-Sudbury) dec. Michael Tanguay (Windham.), 2-1, 2 OT; 3. Jackson Rheault (Somers) dec. Antonio Difronzo (Melrose), 9-3; 5. David Verizzi (Lyman/Windham) dec. Henri Behaeghel (Billerica), 4-0
220 LBS
Final -- Nick Johnson (Milton) pin Benton Whitley (Minnechaug), 1:49; 3. Dan Greaney (Bedford-Minuteman) dec. Thomas Long (Newtown), 6-1; 5. Nicholas Cote (Bethel) win by medical forfeit over Sebastain Rocher (Mt. Anthony)
285 LBS
Final -- Nicholas Martino (Bishop Hendricken) dec. Jasper Stone (Simsbury), 1-0; 3. Michael Burchell (Daniel Hand) pin Michael Gaboardi (Danbury), 1:30; 5. Nicholas Martone (Platt) dec. Aaron Wilcox (Cumberland), 2-0
Outstanding wrestler: Jakob Camacho (120), Danbury
Best final – 182 pounds: Tarwo vs. Fredette

2017 State Open
At New Haven
Team results -- 1. Danbury 212½; 2. Newtown 90; 3. Fairfield Warde 86½; 4. Southington 85½; 5. Ellis Tech 84½; 6. Montville and New Milford 83; 8. Xavier 65; 9. Trumbull 63½; 10. Foran 60½; 11. Ledyard 53; 12. Bristol Eastern 52; 13. Shelton 51; 14. Somers 49; 15. Simsbury 48½; 16. Windham 45; 17. Fitch 43½; 18. Tolland 43; 19. Hand, Granby and New London 40; 22. Berlin 39; 23. Platt 36½; 24. Northwestern 36; 25. Killingly 33½; 26. Masuk 32½; 27. Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech 32; 28. Ridgefield 31½; 29. East Hartford and Middletown 31; 31. Haddam-Killingworth 30½; 32. New Fairfield 30; 33. Wilton 29½; 34. Bethel and Conard 29; 36. Bristol Central 24½; 37. E.O. Smith 23; 38. New Canaan and Pomperaug 22; 40. Branford and Hall 20; 42. South Windsor and Terryville 18; 44. Greenwich, Guilford and Suffield 17; 47. New Haven 13; 48. Jonathan Law, Maloney, Notre Dame-Fairfield 12; 51. Nonnewaug and Staples 11; 53. Cheshire, Bunnell, Manchester 9; 56. East Windsor and Fairfield Prep 8; 58. Immaculate/Joel Barlow 7; 59. Warren Harding, Morgan, RHAM, St. Bernard/Norwich Tech, East Haven and Weston 6; 65. Darien and Waterford 5; 67. Derby, East Catholic, Fairfield Ludlowe, New Britain, Notre Dame-West Haven and Oxford 4; 73. Newington, Norwalk, Stamford 3; 76. Westhill 2½; 77. Rocky Hill and Canton 2, 79. Amity, Bloomfield, Brookfield, Coventry, Enfield, Farmington, Wethersfield, Glastonbury, Griswold, Plainville, Portland, Rockville, St. Paul, Stafford, 
Individual results
106 pounds
Final - Ryan Jack (Danbury) dec. Christopher Trelli (Bristol Central), 5-0; 3. Jarod Kosman (Fitch) dec. Benjamin Smart (Ridgefield), 4-0; 5. Steven Reyes (Shelton) dec. Travis Longo (Wilton), 2-1 OT
113 pounds
Final - Nick Arborio (Berlin) dec. Sean Johnson (Ellis Tech), 4-3; 3. Alejandro Garcia (Windham) dec. Devon Schoenberger (South Windsor), 13-7; 5. Robert Hartling (E.O. Smith) dec. Matthew Ryan (Trumbull), 1-0
120 pounds
Final - Jakob Camacho (Danbury) pin Chandler Duhaime (Shelton), 3:34; 3. Collin Lindner (New Milford) pin Michael Fedorko (Masuk), 2:28; 5. Mark Hartmann (Daniel Hand) dec. Bo Nguyen (Ledyard), 11-2
126 pounds
Final - Kyle Fields (Danbury) dec. Tyler Sung (New Canaan), 5-2; 3. Mel Ortiz (New Milford) dec. Tristan Haviland (Trumbull), 4-3; 5. Noah Caskey (Montville) dec. Jesse Walker (Ridgefield), 15-6
132 pounds
Final - Baltazar Gonzalez (Ellis Tech) dec. Joel Morth (Montville), 5-3; 3. Ryan Angers (Tolland) win by medical forfeit over Patrick Moynihan (Xavier); 5. Demetre Carnot (Maloney) dec. Alex Steele (Fairfield Warde), 7-5
138 pounds
Final - Timmy Kane (Fairfield Warde) dec. Alan Kovacs (Danbury), 6-5; 3. Charles Schultz (New Milford) dec. Joshua Kowalski (Simsbury), 4-3; 5. Cole Blair (Ellis Tech) forfeit over Hunter Adams (Suffield)
145 pounds
Final - Ryan Luth (Foran) dec. Avery Shay (New Fairfield), 7-6; 3. Edward Lovely (Newtown) dec. Michael Mirmina (Trumbull), 8-2; 5. Samuel Kury (Montville) dec. Cooper Fleming (Granby Memorial), 3-2
152 pounds
Final - Michael Ross (Foran) tech fall Michael Angers (Tolland), 15-0, 3:40; 3. Austin Abacherli (Southington) dec. Tom Gatti (Middletown), 6-1; 5. Mathew Pangle (Pomperaug) dec. Jeffrey Suschana (Somers), 8-4
160 pounds
Final - Ryan Devivo (Xavier) dec. Paul Calo (Southington), 5-3 OT; 3. Michael Barrett (Bristol Eastern) dec. Michael Ceci (Greenwich), 5-3, OT; 5. Gino Baratta (Danbury) dec. Jacob Millbach (Ledyard), 1-0
170 pounds
Final - Joe Accousti (Newtown) pin Benjamin Kibby (Granby Memorial), 5:51; 3. Collin Crader (Ledyard) dec. Zach Caffrey (Killingly), 6-4 OT; 5. Matheus Ribeiro (Fairfield Warde) pin Mason Laflam (Lyman
Memorial/Windham Tech), 1:54
182 pounds
Final - Jake Constantine (Danbury) dec. Fransisco Jiminian (East Hartford), 9-5; 3. Emanuel Diaz (Montville) dec. Michael Sullivan (Ledyard), 7-4; 5. David Wyzykowski (Haddam-Killingworth) dec. Brett Nutter (Trumbull),
195 pounds
Final - Jackson Rheault (Somers) dec. David Verizzi (Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech), 7-3; 3. Gabriel Schwartz (Northwestern) dec. Ray Weiner (Shelton), 5-4; 5. Dakota Grover (Fitch) pin Kevin Brocksom (Jonathan Law), 1:33
220 pounds
Final - Andrew Marquis (Danbury) dec. Thomas Long (Newtown), 6-5, 2 OT; 3. Nicholas Cote (Bethel) dec. Dillon Forstberg (Conard), 3-2; 5. Richard Rivera (Southington) dec. Renelson Michel (New London), 3-1 2 OT
285 pounds
Final - Michael Gaboardi (Danbury) dec. Renel Michel (New London), 6-4; 3. Michael Burchell (Daniel Hand) medical forfeit over Nicholas Martone (Platt); 5. Jasper Stone (Simsbury) dec. Jacarie Houston (New Haven), 2-1
Outstanding wrestler: Ryan Luth, Foran (145)
BRACKET: 2017 State Open

Class LL championships
At Trumbull
Team results -- 1. Danbury 272½; 2. Xavier 191; 3. Newtown 181; 4. Southington 179½; 5. Trumbull 169½; 6. Fairfield Warde 166; 7. Shelton 120½; 8. Ridgefield 111½; 9. East Hartford 95; 10. Westhill 83; 11. Staples 76½; 12. Conard 69; 13. Greenwich 68; 14. Fairfield Prep 53; 15. Amity 49; 16. New Britain 43; 17. Norwalk 39; 18. Stamford 38; 19. Glastonbury 37; 19. New Haven Wrestling 37; 21. Enfield 26; 22. Brien McMahon 20; 23. Norwich Free Academy 18½; 24. Cheshire 18
Individual results
106: Final -- Ryan Jack (Danbury) pin Chase Parrott (Westhill), 3:52; 3. Ronan Marino (Xavier) dec. Benjamin Smart (Ridgefield), 4-3; 5. Steven Reyes (Shelton) dec. Jack Ryan (Trumbull), 1-0
113: Final -- Matthew Ryan (Trumbull) dec. Ben Leblanc (Danbury), 3-1, OT; 3. Samuel White (Norwalk) dec. Jacob Cardozo (Southington), 8-0; 5. Cole Shaughnessy (Fairfield Warde) pin Derek Vincelette (Glastonbury), 0:48
120: Final -- Jakob Camacho (Danbury) pin Chandler Duhaime (Shelton), 1:51; 3. James Lunt (Xavier) pin Noah Zuckerman (Fairfield Warde), 2:35; 5. Jordyn Rowe (New Britain) pin Dylan Ehret (Greenwich), 3:34
126: Final -- Tristan Haviland (Trumbull) dec. Kyle Fields (Danbury), 2-1, OT; 3. Jesse Walker (Ridgefield) dec. Timothy Roberts III (East Hartford), 16-6; 5. Kevin Zentner (Fairfield Prep) dec. Matthew Leroux (Xavier), 4-0
132: Final -- Patrick Moynihan (Xavier) dec. Alex Steele (Fairfield Warde), 5-1; 3. Aaron Occhipinti (Newtown) dec. Shaun Wagner (Southington), 2-1; 5. Shaun Williams (Danbury) pin Garey Mendez (Stamford), 1:56
138: Final -- Timmy Kane (Fairfield Warde) dec. Aj Kovacs (Danbury), 1-0; 3. Tagan Welch (Southington) dec. Sean Black (Cheshire), 8-7; 5. Owen Walsh (Newtown) dec. Adrian Ardon (Conard), 8-2
145: Final -- Edward Lovely (Newtown) dec. Michael Mirmina (Trumbull), 10-6; 3. Jake Holland (Xavier) dec. Simon Preston (Ridgefield), 10-5; 5. Peterson Souza (Danbury) dec. Denver Dorsainvil (Westhill), 4-1
152: Final -- Austin Abacherli (Southington) dec. Alexander Stavola (Newtown), 3-2; 3. Brian Wallace (Trumbull) dec. Antonio Masse (Conard), 3-1; 5. Liam Courtney (Ridgefield) dec. Benjamin Goh (East Hartford), 10-8, OT
160: Final -- Ryan Devivo (Xavier) dec. Paul Calo (Southington), 4-2 OT; 3. Michael Ceci (Greenwich) dec. Gino Baratta (Danbury), 9-2; 5. Delonne Sloan (Shelton) dec. Brian Showstead (Ridgefield), 4-2
170: Final -- Joe Accousti (Newtown) tech fall Evan Titus (Fairfield Prep), 16-0 5:42; 3. Kieran Clarke (Staples) dec. Matheus Ribeiro (Fairfield Warde), 3-1; 5. Trevor Dell’oso (Xavier) pin Nathan Morrissey (Amity), 2:17
182: Final -- Joseph Gjinaj (Fairfield Warde) dec. Fransisco Jiminian (East Hartford), 14-6; 3. Brett Nutter (Trumbull) pin Jake Constantine (Danbury), 3:54; 5. Nate Chesworth (Enfield) dec. Ryan Mahoney (Staples), 1-0
195: Final -- Ray Weiner (Shelton) dec. Matt Cuoco (Fairfield Warde), 7-3; 3. Alexander Nanai (Greenwich) dec. Julian Robles (Southington), 3-2; 5. Christopher D’entrone (Ridgefield) pin Joseph Palmieri (Trumbull), 3:30
220: Final -- Andrew Marquis (Danbury) dec. Thomas Long (Newtown), 4-3; 3. Dillon Forstberg (Conard) dec. Richard Rivera (Southington), 6-2; 5. Isaiah Jiminian (East Hartford) pin Dillian Gonzalez (Westhill), 0:33
285: Final -- Michael Gaboardi (Danbury) dec. Jacarie Houston (New Haven), 2-1, 2 OT; 3. George Harrington (Staples) pin David Brown (Shelton), 3:32; 5. Nathan Shilling (Amity) pin James Starr (Southington), 0:55
Outstanding wrestler: Joe Accousti, Newtown (170)
Brackets: 2017 CIAC Class LL championships

Class L championships
At Bristol Central
Team results -- 1. Bristol Eastern 231; 2. New Milford 230; 3. Daniel Hand 143½; 4. New London 127½; 5. Hall 117; 6. Simsbury 113; 7. Middletown 107; 8. Fitch 95; 9. Wilton 85; 10. New Canaan 84; 11. E.O. Smith 83½; 11. Pomperaug 83½; 13. Masuk 76; 14. South Windsor 74; 15. Immaculate/Joel Barlow 69; 16. Bristol Central 66½; 17. Wethersfield 60; 18. Fairfield Ludlowe 59; 19. Maloney 58; 20. Manchester 54; 21. Farmington 41; 21. Newington 41; 23. Darien 26; 24. Notre Dame-West Haven 22; 25. Windsor 11
Individual results
106: Final -- Jarod Kosman (Fitch) dec. Christopher Trelli (Bristol Central), 1-0; 3. Travis Longo (Wilton) dec. Bryce Beebe (Bristol Eastern), 6-0; 5. Steven Brooks (New Milford) dec. Nick Khzouz (New Canaan), 8-2
113: Final -- Devon Schoenberger (South Windsor) pin Robert Hartling (E.O. Smith), 3:25; 3. Brandon Leonard (New Milford) dec. Jordon Champagne (Bristol Eastern), 3-1; 5. Finnegan Mcgovern (Wilton) dec. Dylan Brochard (Daniel Hand), 3-2
120: Final -- Collin Lindner (New Milford) dec. Mark Hartmann (Daniel Hand), 13-3; 3. Michael Fedorko (Masuk) dec. Noah Sylvester (Middletown), 10-7; 5. Carson Sassu (Bristol Eastern) pin Kyle Wolkner (Farmington), 3:16
126: Final -- Mel Ortiz (New Milford) dec. Tyler Sung (New Canaan), 7-3; 3. Nicholas Rende (Wilton) dec. Austin Robertson (Fitch), 9-2; 5. Tyler Savluk (Newington) dec. Connor Massey (Notre Dame-West Haven), 6-4
132: Final -- Demetre Carnot (Maloney) dec. Christopher-tyler Schultz (New Milford), 5-4; 3. Kyle Sheehan (Pomperaug) dec. Shamar Schand (Manchester), 10-9; 5. John Kachidurian (Bristol Eastern) pin Jacob Hill (South Windsor), 2:16
138: Final -- Joshua Kowalski (Simsbury) dec. Charles Schultz (New Milford), 7-4; 3. Michelangelo Bolorin (Wethersfield) FOR Nate Sibbett (New Canaan); 5. Curtis Fedorko (Masuk) dec. Daniel Germain (Pomperaug), 10-5
145: Final -- Carson Licastri (Immaculate/Joel Barlow) dec. Eli Perry (Hall), 7-2; 3. Zakery Santoemma (Daniel Hand) dec. Anthony Lozier (Bristol Eastern), 2-1; 5. Nickolas Richardson (E.O. Smith) pin Jason Lobdell (Masuk), 2:51
152: Final -- Mathew Pangle (Pomperaug) pin Tom Gatti (Middletown), 3:29; 3. Ben Coppock (Immaculate/Joel Barlow) dec. Justin Marshall (Bristol Eastern), 4-2; 5. Alex Richardson (New Milford) FOR Afran Ali (Manchester)
160: Final -- Michael Barrett (Bristol Eastern) pin Jacob Commander (New London), 5:05; 3. Cameron Berger (New Milford) dec. Bradley Currier (Hall), 7-6; 5. Tadeusz Godlewski (Fairfield Ludlowe) dec. Adam Hendrick (Daniel Hand), 6-5
170: Final -- Trinadad Gonzalez (Bristol Eastern) pin Okotie Ikani (Hall), 4:44; 3. Nick Garoffolo (Immaculate/Joel Barlow) dec. Zachary Zeyher (Wilton), 2-1; 5. Luis Rodriguez-veras (New London) pin Kyle Fabich (New Milford), 1:51
182: Final -- Zachary Marquis (Bristol Eastern) dec. Isaiah Rivera (E.O. Smith), 9-4; 3. Hugh Wells (Hall) pin Dominick Mastro (Fairfield Ludlowe), 1:27; 5. Nicolas Gugliotti (Simsbury) pin Xavier Alvarez (New London), 4:21
195: Final -- Dakota Grover (Fitch) dec. David Angulo (New Milford), 4-3; 3. Justin Searls (Hall) dec. Jackson King (Simsbury), 4-3; 5. Austin Harnish (Wethersfield) pin James Johnson (Middletown), 1:35
220: Final -- Renelson Michel (New London) dec. Granit Hoti (Darien), 4-3; 3. Robert Krajewski (Masuk) pin Michael Guzman (Bristol Central), 1:00; 5. Christian Westphal (Daniel Hand) pin Hidekel Mangual (Bristol Eastern), 1:45
285: Final -- Michael Burchell (Daniel Hand) dec. Jasper Stone (Simsbury), 3-1; 3. Renel Michel (New London) pin Jack Stewart (New Canaan), 4:19; 5. Maxwell Cyr (Middletown) dec. Nicholas Haviland (Manchester), 4-1
Outstanding wrestler: Devon Schoenberger (113), South Windsor
Brackets: 2017 CIAC Class L championships

Class M championships
At Guilford
Team results -- 1. Ellis Tech 213½; 2. Foran 183½; 3. Guilford 170; 4. Platt 158; 5. Killingly 147; 6. Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech 120; 7. Jonathan Law 118½; 8. New Fairfield 100½; 9. East Haven 99½; 10. Berlin 99; 11. Bethel 97; 12. Branford 80; 13. Suffield 67; 14. Rham 63; 15. Stratford 58½; 15. Waterford 58½; 17. Bunnell 52; 18. Tolland 43; 19. Plainville 40½; 20. St. Bernard/Norwich Tech 40; 21. Harding 35½; 22. Avon 34½; 23. Brookfield 31; 24. Weston 30; 25. Bacon Academy 24½; 26. Woodstock Academy 14; 27. East Lyme 12; 28. Watertown 9; 29. Lewis Mills 2; 30. Torrington 0
Top Finishers
106: Final -- Logan Smith (Waterford) dec. Danny Charron (Killingly), 1-0; 3. Gavin Rickaby (Ellis Tech) dec. James Rondini (Platt), 12-2; 5. Victor Garcia (East Haven) dec. Michael Giordano (Foran), 6-3
113: Final -- Sean Johnson (Ellis Tech) pin Nick Arborio (Berlin), 2:50; 3. Mike Charron (Killingly) dec. Antonio Lieto (East Haven), 8-4; 5. Victor Torres-Martir (Platt) dec. Troy Anderson (Jonathan Law), 8-3
120: Final -- Daniel Veleas (Berlin) dec. Keldon Larose (Guilford), 8-1; 3. Noah Pantani (Branford) dec. Sebastian Soli (Plainville), 15-6; 5. Jeremy Polanco-castro (Platt) dec. Tanner Divito (East Haven), 6-0
126: Final -- Anthony Devanny (Ellis Tech) pin Shayne Mccourt (Jonathan Law), 4:37; 3. Jared Swett (Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech) pin Joe Milano (East Haven), 0:57; 5. George Sanderlin (Guilford) pin Trevor Johnson (Killingly), 0:32
132: Final -- Baltazar Gonzalez (Ellis Tech) pin Ryan Angers (Tolland), 4:59; 3. Vincent Mascola (Guilford) dec. Eugene Nichols (Rham), 8-4; 5. William Mauro (Foran) dec. Aisaiah Rodriguez (Jonathan Law), 11-7
138: Final -- Cole Blair (Ellis Tech) dec. Hunter Adams (Suffield), 12-10; 3. Robert Ruiz (Bethel) M FOR Alexi Giantomidis (Jonathan Law), 0-0 0:00; 5. Zack Burgess (Killingly) dec. Ryan Lindley (Rham), 8-0
145 – 1st Avery Shay (New Fairfield) dec. Ryan Luth (Foran), 7-3; 3. Mannash Carlson (Platt) dec. John Nieroda (Suffield), 9-2; 5. Carter Cox (Guilford) dec. Nicholas Marchak (Bethel), 3-0
152: Final -- Michael Ross (Foran) pin Zachary Cash (Branford), 4:59; 3. Michael Angers (Tolland) dec. Joshua Veleas (Berlin), 2-1; 5. Cole Davidson (Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech) dec. Zavian Arroyo (Platt), 7-2
160: Final -- Mckayd Larose (Guilford) dec. Ben Stratton (Platt), 1-0; 3. Derek Turner (Killingly) dec. Jack barnhart Sullivan (Bunnell), 3-1 TB2; 5. Maximillian Khoshabo (Bethel) dec. Colby Stuart (Foran), 7-2
170: Final -- Mason Laflam (Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech) dec. Zach Caffrey (Killingly), 6-4; 3. Aj Moscato (Guilford) dec. Umer Khan (Foran), 8-5; 5. Damien Benway (East Haven) dec. Noah Silk (Rham), 18-5
182: Final -- William Magrino (New Fairfield) pin Qasim Khan (Foran), 3:34; 3. Ben Gosselin (Killingly) dec. Josh Wojcik (Ellis Tech), 10-0; 5. Charles Andrus (Guilford) dec. Jamar Mighty (Harding), 7-2
195: Final -- David Verizzi (Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech) dec. Kevin Brocksom (Jonathan Law), 9-2; 3. Jason Milfort (Bunnell) dec. Michael Otworth (Weston), 8-7; 5. Ronald Gaul (Foran) dec. Tristan Frownfelter (Stratford), 8-3
220: Final -- Jack Six (Guilford) dec. Nicholas Cote (Bethel), 7-4; 3. Alex Brito (St. Bernard/Norwich Tech) dec. Andre Vella (Foran), 3-1; 5. Kyle Zalewski (Branford) dec. Gavin Thuotte (Ellis Tech), 6-4
285: Final -- Nicholas Martone (Platt) dec. Sergio Ferreira (Stratford), 3-2; 3. Wyatt Smiley (Brookfield) dec. Duane Soto (Harding), 3-1; 5. Collin Delsanto (Ellis Tech) pin Roarke Ryan (St. Bernard/Norwich Tech), 2:45
Outstanding wrestler: xxx
Brackets: 2017 CIAC Class M championships

Class S championships
At Windham
Team results -- 1. Ledyard 203½; 2. Windham 188; 3. Montville 185½; 4. Haddam-Killingworth 168; 5. Terryville 116; 6. Northwestern 104; 7. Somers 95; 8. Granby Memorial 87; 9. Morgan 85; 10. Notre Dame-Fairfield 82; 11. Oxford 74; 12. Canton 71; 13. East Windsor 69; 14. Derby 65½; 15. Gilbert 61; 15. Rocky Hill 61; 17. Nonnewaug 51; 18. East Catholic 45½; 19. Griswold 41; 19. St. Paul Catholic 41; 21. Portland 36; 22. Stafford 34; 23. Rockville 28; 24. Bloomfield 16; 24. Coventry 16; 26. Thomaston/Litchfield/Holy Cross 11; 27. Housatonic 7; 27. Valley Regional 7; 29. East Hampton 6; 30. Goodwin Tech 5; 31. Stonington 4; 32. Seymour 1; 33. Westbrook 0
Individual results
106: Final -- Cayleb Leclerc (Terryville) pin Jacob Marselli (East Catholic), 1:08; 3. Joseph Millbach (Ledyard) dec. Daniel Mow (Gilbert), 2-1; 5. Michael Dalessio (Somers) dec. Elijah Vertefeuille (Windham), 6-4
113: Final -- Alejandro Garcia (Windham) dec. Jack Pelley (East Windsor), 8-3; 3. Angelo Folino (Northwestern) dec. Devin Matthews (Gilbert), 16-4; 5. Tyler Miller (Ledyard) dec. Trevor Follo (Morgan), 7-2
120: Final -- Bo Nguyen (Ledyard) pin Jordan Stefancin (Derby), 1:52; 3. Kevin Fantoli (Windham) dec. Brian Connolly (Canton), 5-1; 5. Anthony Reynoso (Rockville) pin Richard Lawton (Portland), 2:43
126: Final -- Noah Caskey (Montville) tech fall Sebastien Stultz (Windham), 18-2 3:47; 3. Steven Muller (Granby) dec. David Dabkowski (Nonnewaug), 2-1; 5. Patrick Sutherland (East Windsor) dec. Jake Borda (Terryville), 9-5
132: Final -- Joel Morth (Montville) dec. Matthew Jenkins (Haddam-Killingworth), 16-5; 3. Chantz Stultz (Windham) dec. Jarrod Ashe (Terryville), 2-1, 2 OT; 5. Diego Claudio (East Catholic) dec. Kacper Proczek (Coventry), 5-2
138: Final -- Jake Frith (Haddam-Killingworth) dec. Tavon Simpson (Notre Dame-Fairfield), 9-1; 3. Nathan Tardiff (East Windsor) dec. Ian Anderson (Montville), 7-3; 5. Jonathan Alvarez (Rockville) dec. Andrew Fortuna (Morgan), 5-3
145: Final -- Samuel Kury (Montville) dec. Cooper Fleming (Granby), 5-4; 3. Aidan Korper (Haddam-Killingworth) dec. Liam Smith (Northwestern), 9-7, OT; 5. Gavin Williamson (Ledyard) pin Anthony Cimino (Morgan), 2:57
152: Final -- Jeffrey Suschana (Somers) dec. Luis Torres (Windham), 3-2; 3. Joshua Schwartz (Northwestern) dec. Rodric Grant (Portland), 6-3; 5. Daniel Herold (Oxford) dec. Jakari Walker (Notre Dame-Fairfield), 7-3
160: Final -- Grayson Adler (Haddam-Killingworth) pin Jacob Millbach (Ledyard), 1:30; 3. Michael Maloney (Somers) dec. Victor Garcia-moreno (Windham), 2-1; 5. Brandon Pastula (Rocky Hill) pin Griffin Downs (Oxford), 2:35
170: Final -- Benjamin Kibby (Granby) dec. Collin Crader (Ledyard), 9-3; 3. Flori Cenkolli (Nonnewaug) dec. Connor Mcdonnell (Oxford), 6-1; 5. Angel Otero (Windham) medical forfeit over Austin Rambarose (Portland)
182: Final -- Michael Sullivan (Ledyard) dec. David Wyzykowski (Haddam-Killingworth), 11-3; 3. Emanuel Diaz (Montville) dec. Damon Lonero (Rocky Hill), 3-1, OT; 5. Ivan Villanueva (Morgan) dec. Michael Szwaja (Derby), 1-0
195: Final -- Jackson Rheault (Somers) dec. Gabriel Schwartz (Northwestern), 12-6; 3. Josh Wright (Terryville) dec. Dane Concascia (Montville), 11-4; 5. Cody Desilets (Stafford) forfeit over Xavier Torres-Viera (Windham)
220: Final -- Klyde Auba (Notre Dame-Fairfield) dec. Daniel Contino (Ledyard), 2-0, OT; 3. Nick Tibbetts (Montville) dec. Nicolas Kennedy (Bloomfield), 4-0; 5. Matthew Gray (St. Paul Catholic) pin Johnny Falco (Griswold), 2:43
285: Final -- Jason Hume (Terryville) dec. Austin Daley (Morgan), 2-1, 3 OT; 3. Jaden Malave (Windham) pin Anthony Slowik (Derby), 1:19; 5. Dan Geriak (Notre Dame-Fairfield) dec. Richard Mullaney (Ledyard), 3-1
Outstanding wrestler: Klyde Auba (220), Notre Dame-Fairfield
Brackets: 2017 CIAC Class S championships

New England Independent School Wrestling Championships
At Bath, Maine
Team results -- 1. Phillips Exeter Academy-Exeter NH 227½; 2. Belmont Hill School-Belmont MA 173½; 3. Northfield Mount Hermon-Northfield MA 172½; 4. Brunswick-Greenwich 131; 5. Trinity-Pawling-Pawling NY 121½; 6. Brooks School-North Andover MA 89; 7. Andover 79½; 8. Middlesex School-Concord MA 79; 9. Roxbury Latin-Boston 72; 10. Lexington (MA) Christian Academy 66½; 11. Nobles and Greenough-Dedham MA 66; 12. Choate Rosemary-Wallingford 63; 13. BB&N (Buckingham, Browne and Nichols) – Cambridge MA 61; 14. Portsmouth Abbey-Portsmouth RI 57½; 15. Canterbury School-New Milford 56; 15. Greens Farms Academy-Westport 56; 17. Deerfield (MA) Academy 49½; 18. Hyde ME 48; 19. Williston-Northampton – Easthampton MA 46; 20. Suffield Academy 43; 21. Tabor (MA) Academy 41; 22. Chapel Hill - Chauncey Hall-Waltham MA 37½; 23. St. Paul's School-Concord NH 36½; 24. St. Mark's School-Southborough MA 32; 25. Salisbury School 28; 26. Hotchkiss-Salisbury 27, 27. Governor’s Academy-Newbury, MA 25, 28. Taft-Watertown 24, 29. Hopkins-New Haven, Marvelwood School-Cornwall 21, 31. Loomis Chaffee-Windsor 20, 32. Worcester (MA) Academy 19, 33. Tilton School 17, 34. Avon Old Farms 16, 35. Milton (MA) Academy, Wilbraham and Monson-Wilbraham MA 15, 37. Hamden Hall (CT) 12½, 38. Hyde CT 11, 39. Marianapolis Prep (CT) 8, 40. Landmark School-Beverly MA 7, 41. Chase Collegiate-Waterbury and Concord Academy (NH) 4
Individual results
Final: Sam Stuart (Green Farms Academy) dec. Nathan Winter (Marvelwood), 7-1; 3. Henry Hayden (Deerfield Academy) pin Hamza Shemsu (Belmont Hill), 4:20; 5. Naomi Hunt (Middlesex) pin Benjamin Grayzel (Chapel Hill- Chauncey Hall), 4:01; 7. Luis Perez (St. Marks) pin Kizuki Koyasu (Wilbraham & Monson), 4:37
Final: Hayden Brown (Phillips Exeter) dec. Owen Finn (Northfield Mount Hermon), 7-3; 3. Doevy Estimphile (Roxbury Latin) dec. Jason Gold (Brooks), 5-0; 5. Matthew Trainor (Trinity-Pawling) pin Ethan Porter (Nobles), 2:37; 7. Adam Kugelmass (Wilbraham & Monson) pin Rishi Das (Brunswick), 0:25
Final: Hans Forland (Green Farms Academy) dec. David Yeh (Nobles), 3-1; 3. David Bancroft (Trinity-Pawling) dec. Matt Cuomo (Choate Rosemary), 2-1; 5. Abhijay Bhatnagar (Phillips Exeter) pin Matt Smith (Belmont Hill), 2:53; 7. Hunter Hockensmith (Northfield Mount Hermon) dec. Sam Gerecke (Tabor Academy), 4-1, OT
Final: Noah Burstein (Northfield Mount Hermon) dec. Tyler Morris (Phillips Exeter), 9-8, OT; 3. Evan Kisselev (Roxbury Latin) dec. Andrew Hennessy (Brunswick), 2-1; 5. Conrad Adams (Trinity-Pawling) win by forfeit over Pete Martinkus (Williston North); 7. Jun Kwon (Governers Academy) win by forfeit over Peter Oh (Choate Rosemary)
Final: Jordan Rowlette (Northfield Mount Hermon) tech fall Dante Gutbrod (Middlesex), 18-2, 3:19; 3. Josh Hemintakoon (Phillips Exeter) dec. Brooks Hennessy (Brunswick), 8-0; 5. AJ Caba (Hotchkiss) dec. Alex Feye (St. Pauls), 2-1; 7. Sam Hecht (Hopkins School) dec. Darcelis Worrell (Roxbury Latin), 3-2
Final: Haroldo Nesbeth (Phillips Academy) pin Jared Durkin (Hyde ME), 1:40; 3. Charlie Mclaughlin (Northfield Mount Hermon) dec. Seth Israel (Belmont Hill), 4-3; 5. Michael Cariosca (Canterbury School) pin Max Gonzalez (Avon Old Farms), 0:48; 7. Jiho Lee (BB&N) dec. Matt Vieira (Brooks), 3-1, OT
Final: Phil Conigliaro (Belmont Hill) pin Kevin Lyskawa (Phillips Exeter), 2:39; 3. Ryan Durkin (Loomis) dec. Joseph Garrity-Rokous (Phillips Academy), 9-1; 5. Hunter Adams (Williston North) win by forfeit over Brett Resendez (Northfield Mount Hermon); 7. Cam Camacho (Nobles) dec. Adam Banks (Roxbury Latin), 5-0
Final: Ted Pyne (Middlesex) dec. Zack Conlan (Trinity-Pawling), 6-4; 3. Aiden Whitis (Phillips Exeter) win by forfeit over Ben Goldsberry (Worcester Academy); 5. Jason Calandra (Lexington Christian) pin John Hayes (Northfield Mount Hermon), 4:22; 7. John Delucia (Brunswick) dec. Joseph Bradley (Choate Rosemary)
Final: Isaiah Bailey (Tabor Academy) dec. Nick Konovalchik (Brooks), 10-1; 3. Colin Vallis (Belmont Hill) pin David Appleton (Portsmouth Abbey), 1:54; 5. Alex Tucker (Brunswick) win by forfeit over Jake Conlan (Trinity-Pawling); 7. Laquan Mckever (St. Marks) dec. Bassam Qasrawi (Nobles), 8-3
Final: Quinn Abrams (Phillips Exeter) dec. Luca Pontone (Belmont Hill), 5-3; 3. Armand Huribal (Canterbury School) pin Dan Bailey (Governers Academy), 2:20; 5. Ben Jenkins (St. Pauls) pin Will Shuhda (Deerfield Academy), 0:44; 7. Tim Saunders (Brunswick) dec. Frank Robertshaw (Taft School), 6-3
Final: Aj Pedro (Phillips Exeter) tech fall Will Ryan (Belmont Hill), 19-3, 3:26; 3. Edmond Deangelis (Lexington Christian) pin Henry Wilson (Portsmouth Abbey), 3:31; 5. Aiden Reynolds (Brunswick) dec. Michael Bausano (Phillips Academy), 5-3, OT; 7. Samuel Grabowski-Clark (Choate Rosemary) pin Chris Jimenez (Roxbury Latin), 2:13
Final: Yaraslau Slavikouski (Northfield Mount Hermon) dec. Jeffrey Thompson (Trinity-Pawling), 6-5; 3. Chase Krivickas (Lexington Christian) dec. Mark Blokh (Chapel Hill- Chauncey Hall), 9-3; 5. Griffin Thomas (Deerfield Academy) dec. Colin Myles (Choate Rosemary), 8-6, OT; 7. Ishmael Williams (Hamden Hall) pin Mike Glauninger (Belmont Hill), 0:57
Final: Brad Basham (BB&N) dec. Daric Johnson (Hyde ME), 3-2; 3. Lachlan Rosato (Brunswick) dec. Kelechi Nwankwoala (Phillips Exeter), 5-4; 5. Richard Ryu (Portsmouth Abbey) win by forfeit over Duncan Sopko (Hotchkiss); 7. Shane Rockett (Belmont Hill) dec. Dennis Ilmela (Trinity-Pawling), 5-3
Final: Owen Rosenberger (Brooks) dec. Jesse Polansky (Suffield Academy), 3-1; 3. Will Jarrell (BB&N) pin Hayden Sturdevant (Salisbury School), 1:45; 5. Eric Pilcher (Tilton School) win by forfeit over Josh Angel (Hyde CT); 7. John O'Brien (Phillips Academy) dec. Antonio Rogliano (Brunswick), 6-4, OT
BRACKETS: 2017 NEISWA championships
Trumbull's Cross Cannone celebrates with his coaches after his semifinal win at the NCAA Division III national championships Saturday. (Photo courtesy Jay Cannone)
Super 32
Camacho, Ortiz win Super 32 titles
GREENSBORO, N.C. Oct. 29 – Danbury senior Jakob Camacho won a deep 126-pound weight class Sunday to become just the second Connecticut wrestler to win a Super 32 high school championship with a 6-4 win over Pennsylvania’s Beau Bartlett, ranked No. 9 in the country by FloWrestling.

Camacho, ranked No. 8 by FloWrestling, went 7-0 in the tournament to become the first state wrestler to win since Suffield Academy’s Alex Cournoyer (112) in 2003.

Camacho was one of three Super 32 champions from Connecticut. New Milford’s Joanne Ortiz won the girls division at 108 pounds while Southbury’s William Henckel won the 95 pound weight class in the 11-and-under division. Plymouth's Cara Broadus lost in the finals at 139.

There were 19 competitors from Connecticut in the high school division. More than 200 wrestlers in the tournament won a state-level title last winter. The field also featured 100 wrestlers ranked by InterMat and more than 50 who were nationally ranked at the end of last season. The event was held at the Greensboro Coliseum.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, Oct. 28: Camacho, Ortiz win Super 32 championships

Hand's Burchell wins at Journeymen Fall Classic
SCHENECTARY, N.Y., Oct. 1 -- Hand’s Michael Burchell, representing Team Tugman, went 3-0 with three pins to win the 285 pound weight class at the Journeymen Fall Classic. It is one of the most prestigious preseason high school tournaments. This year’s event had 245 wrestlers from 30 states with 40 nationally ranked wrestlers. Burchell had pins of 18, 44 and 28 seconds to win the tournament. Danbury’s Jakob Camacho (130), representing Iowa Style Wrestling, lost in the final at 130 to Connor McGonagle of Timberlane, N.H., 3-2 in OT. Danbury’s A.J. Kovacs (145) finished third while New Milford’s Mel Ortiz (130) took fourth. In the B and C tournament, New Canaan’s Justin Mastrioanni (120) beat Danbury’s Ryan Jack in the finals, 5-3.

Four state wrestlers earn All-American honors at Fargo
FARGO, North Dakota, July 23 – Four Connecticut wrestlers earned All-American honors at the USA Wrestling Cadet and Junior national championship meet.

Bristol Central’s Chris Trelli finished second at 106 pounds in the Junior Freestyle tournament while Danbury’s Jakob Camacho was third at 126 pounds.

In the women’s competition, Plymouth’s Cara Broadus (132) finished third in the Junior Women’s Freestyle while New Milford’s Joanne Ortiz (106) was seventh in the Junior Women’s Freestyle and eighth in the Cadet Women’s Freestyle tournament.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, July 23: Four state wrestlers earn All-American honors at Fargo

USA Wrestling national championships
Broadus, Ortiz earn All-American honors 
IRVING, Texas, May 21 -- Two Connecticut girls earned All-American honors at the USA Wrestling girls freestyle national championships. Plymouth’s Cara Broadus finished third in the UWW Cadet Division at 60 kilograms (132 pounds) and seventh in the UWW Junior Division at 63 kilograms (138).
New Milford’s Joanne Ortiz finished fourth in the UWW Cadet competition at 46 kg (101 pounds). Athletes in the Cadet Division are ages 15-17 while athletes in the Junior Division are ages 17-20.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, May 21: Broadus, Ortiz earn All-American honors at freestyle nationals

Ellis' Gonzalez wins Dave Schultz award
Windham’s Baltazar Gonzalez, a senior at Ellis Tech in Danielson, has been selected as the Dave Schultz Excellence Award winner from Connecticut. The award, presented by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, recognizes wrestling success on the mat, scholastic achievement and community service.

Gonzalez is a two-time New England, State Open and Class M champion, winning championships in 2016 and 2017. He went undefeated in his final two years in high school with a record of 95-0, including a 49-0 record in 2016. Gonzalez finished with a career record of 171-10 with 93 career pins.

Connecticut Wrestling Online, May 7: Gonzalez wins Dave Schultz Award

Gold Key Banquet
Carillo, Falbo, Urbina honored at annual Gold Key banquet
SOUTHINGTON, April 30 -- Three men in the Connecticut wrestling community were recognized at the Connecticut Sports Writers’ Alliance’s 76th annual Gold Key banquet.

Middletown’s Devon Carrillo, a two-sport standout in football and wrestling, at Wesleyan University, was selected as the state athlete of the year. Newtown’s Anthony Falbo was recognized as the state high school athlete of the year while Newtown’s Curtis Urbina received a Good Sport award for his work with the Newtown Youth Wrestling Association.

Carrillo and Falbo are the first wrestlers to win athlete of the year honors.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, May 1: Carrillo, Falbo Urbina recognized at Gold Key banquet

U.S. Open tournament
Perry takes 2nd at U.S. Open; qualifies for U.S. world trials
LAS VEGAS, April 29 – Former Middletown High wrestler Richard Perry finished second at the U.S. Open championships Saturday night at South Point Arena and earned an invitation to compete at the upcoming U.S. world championship trials tournament. Perry, ranked No. 3 in the country, won his first four matches of the senior freestyle tournament at 86 kg (189 pounds) before losing to No. 2 David Taylor by technical fall, 10-0 in the finals. Taylor has won 16 straight matches at the senior level and was named the outstanding wrestler of the tournament. 
Connecticut Wrestling Online, April 30: Perry finishes second at U.S. Open at 86 kg

Camacho takes 2nd at FloNationals
INDIANA, Pa., April 1 – Danbury’s Jakob Camacho scored three points in the final 1:23 to earn a semifinal victory at the FloNationals tournament Saturday to earn a spot in the championship match at 120 pounds.
But Camacho ran into speedy sophomore Julian Chlebove of Northampton, Pa., and gave up four takedowns in a 13-3 loss. It was the best performance for a Connecticut wrestler at FloNationals. Camacho went 5-1, winning his first two matches by pin.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, April 1: Camacho takes second at FloNationals

High School Nationals
Fifteen CT wrestlers earn All-American honors at nationals
VIRGINIA BEACH, March 26 – Fifteen Connecticut wrestlers earned All-American honors at the National High School Coaches Association (NHSCA) national championship tournaments. Danbury freshman A.J. Kovacs finished second at 138 pounds with five straight wins while Foran’s Michael Ross (152) earned All-American honors for the second time by taking third at the Senior Nationals with a 7-1 mark. New Milford’s Mel Ortiz (126) also finished third with a 7-1 record.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, March 26: Fifteen state wrestlers earn All-American honors at NHSCA nationals

College wrestling
Jack rallies for pin to finish third at 141
ST. LOUIS, March 18 – Already a two-time All-American after winning a consolation round bout on Friday night, North Carolina State’s Kevin Jack (Danbury) finished third at 141 pounds Saturday with a pin over the man who beat him on Friday in the quarterfinals.

Jack (35-2) won two matches to finish third and pinned Wyoming’s Bryce Meredith in 6:20 to secure the win. With his third place finish, Jack is the first collegiate wrestler Connecticut to earn All-American honors twice and it’s the best finish by a Connecticut wrestler in the NCAA Division I tournament since Stamford’s John Engel won the 118 pound championship for Lehigh University in 1931.

 At 285 pounds, Somers’ Doug Vollaro of Lehigh University won three straight consolation round bouts but fell one win shy of All-American status, dropping a 4-1 decision to No. 8. Michael Kroells of Minnesota on Friday night.
Connecticut Wrestling Online, March 18: Jack finishes third at 141 pounds