Hi all –
Jake reports that the Rockland County Championships are running a bit behind. The finals are now scheduled to start at 6 p.m.
Mike Dougherty is on hand at Super 16 — and we will post the final results when they are concluded.
any news ?
well I just got back from the jv tournament in Brewster and there was alot of teams, and I am not sure who won what but the food was great.
Going unlim I see :p
96- Speno Over Planamento 8-1
103-B.Relbuto pin Bachmeier
112-Srednicki Dec Gottfreid
119-Fay Tech Pagliuca
125-Flamio over Rose 5-1
130-Grippi Pin Kolaj
135-Davidson over Manley 9-2
140- Hauser dec Lorenz
145-Longo dec Braun
152-Scott dec DeLacruz
160-Brundage pin Grecco
171-Neivert Pin Graham
189-Bauer Moshi dec Panken 9-3
285 Protano Pinned Laporta
96 Speno was dominated 96, Srednicki very tough 135 Davidson very tough Manley probably shouldn’t of been in finals saw semi match vs Sleepy kid and sleepy kid wasn’t given points for takedown like twice was terrible officiating overall. I think Fox Lane would of won if Rodrigues & Speno wrestled. Overall Officiating wasn’t great at all but some showing from some guy’s that are starting to make a name for themselves.
Here are the team standings and final-round results. Jake will be posting all the Rockland results shortly.
Team scoring and key
1. Carmel© 157.5; 2. Ossining (O) 143; 2. Mahopac (M) 143; 4. Somers (S) 128; 5. Fox Lane 127.5; 6. Sleepy Hollow (SH) 120; 7. Ardsley (A) 99; 8. Yorktown (Yk) 77; 9. Mt. Vernon (MV) 75; 10. Harrison (H) 71; 11. Lakeland/Panas 63.5; 12. Hen Hud (HH) 55; 13. Yonkers (Yn) 54; 14. Dobbs Ferry (DF) 26; 15. Horace Greeley (HG) 15; 16. Croton (Cr) 11; 17. Hastings (Hs) 2.
96 — Andrew Planamento (H) dec. Dylan Realbuto (S) 10-7; Sam Speno (FL) dec. Tommy Davidson© 4-0; 103 — Brian Realbuto (S) pin. Steve Bencosme (SH) 1:47; Max Bachmeier (M) dec. Tom Grippi (FL) 4-2. 112 — Penn Gottfried (A) dec. Peter Grippi (FL) 9-7 2OT; Jake Srednicki (M) tech. fall David Occhipinti (Cr) 19-4. 119 — Pat Fay (FL) maj. dec. Chris Lopez (SH) 12-0; Steve Pagluica (M) dec. Teddy Kyreakedes (DF) 5-0. 125 — Justis Flamio (M) tech. fall Jay Concepcion (SH) 17-2; Mike Rose© maj. dec. Robert Martin (A) 15-7. 130 — Joe Grippi (FL) pin. Andrew Carrion© 1:57; Gjon Kolaj (S) pin. Luis Rodriguez (DF) 5:59. 135 — Ken Davidson© tech. fall Jose Rueda (FL) 1 6-0; Dan Manley (A) dec. David Martinez (SH) 9-7 2OT. 140 — Joe Hauser (Lk/Pn) tech. fall Marco Troia (H) 20-5; Marty Lorenz© pin. Brendon Fallon (FL) 5:19. 145 — Drick Longo (A) tech. fall Casey Cannon (O) 26-10; Charlie Braun (Lk/Pn) dec. Anthony Tabucco (S) 12-6. 152 — Corey Scott (MV) pin. Tom Viento (M) 1:05; Juan Delacruz (O) tech. fall Pete Delmonaco (SH) 19-4. 160 — James Brundage (O) pin. John Pfisterer (HG) 2:27; Fran Greco (M) dec. Mike Cozzi (Yk) 3-1 OT. 171 — Clay Neivert (O) tech. fall Nick Genovese (Yk) 27-10; Lenny Graham (MV) dec. Adam Finkelstein (S) 7-2. 189 — Gilli Bauer-Moshi (SH) dec. Alan Djokic (S) 3-1; Andrew Panken (O) pin. Shaquille Malcolm (Y) 4:25. 215 — Alex Othmer© pin. Joe Izzo (S) 1:58; Lamar Shaw (MV) dec. Duke Alvora (H) 5-1. 285 — Eric LaPorta (Yk) dec. Chris Galleta (A) 8-5; Mike Protano (H) pin. Jake Treinish (HH) 3:53.
96 — Speno (FL) dec. Planamento (H) 8-1; 103 — Realbuto (S) pin. Bachmeier (M) 2:10; 112 — Srednicki (M) dec. Gottfried (A) 7-5; 119 — Fay (FL) tech. fall. Pagluica (M) 17-0; 125 — Flamio (M) dec. Rose© 5-1; 130 — Grippi (FL) pin. Kolaj (S) 1:40; 135 — Davidson© dec. Manley (A) 9-2; 140 — Hauser (Lk/Pn) dec. Lorenz (Carmel) 5-4; 145 — Longo (A) maj. dec. Braun (Lk/Pn) 19-11; 152 — Scott (MV) maj. dec. Delacruz (O) 16-8; 160 — Brundage (O) pin. Greco (M) 2:12; 171 — Neivert (O) pin. Graham (MV) 4:43; 189 — Bauer-Moshi (SH) dec. Panken (O) 12-5; 215 — Alex Othmer© pin Shaw (MV) :33; 285 — Protano (H) pin. LaPorta (Yk) 5:29.
anyone think Planamento was sick or something was wrong with him i thought he didnt look that good against Realbuto or Speno. Also Flamios win over Rose and Davidsons win over Manley was very impressive
I agree Planamento didn’t look good but I gotta give that credit to Speno looking good. Also Davidson was also imressive. Manley I thought got some good calls in the Semi Finals.
i think Speno made it easy for Planamento to look bad, however the kid’s hand was bothering him throughout the Realbuto match, but Speno looked great and i was dumb and thought he would lose in the semi’s to little davidson i think.
Good job Ossining almost pulled it out, better job Carmel staff, they had all their kids giving everything they had
Here are the consi results:
96 lb. Tommy Davidson (Carmel) def. Dylan Realbuto (Somers) Major Dec. 17-6
103 lb. Tom Grippi (Fox Lane) def. Steve Bencosme (Sleepy Hollow) 5-3
112 lb. Peter Grippi (Fox Lane) def. David Occhipinti (Croton) Major Dec. 11-0
119 lb. Teddy Kyreakedes (Dobbs Ferry) def. Chris Lopez (Sleepy Hollow) 6-5 (2OT)
125 lb. Robert Martin (Ardsley) def. Jay Concepcion (Sleepy Hollow) 8-6 (OT)
130 lb. Andrew Carrion (Carmel) def. Luis Rodriguez (Dobbs Ferry) Pin at 1:33
135 lb. David Martinez (Sleepy Hollow) def. Jose Rueda (Fox Lane) Major Dec. 15-4
140 lb. Brendan Fallon (Fox Lane) def. Marco Troia (Harrison) 6-4
145 lb. Anthony Trabucco (Somers) def. Casey Cannon (Ossining) 7-5
152 lb. Pete Delmonaco (Sleepy Hollow) def. Tom Viento (Mahopac) 3-2
160 lb. John Pfisterer (Horace Greeley) def. Mike Cozzi (Yorktown) 3-2
171 lb. Adam Finkelstein (Somers) def. Nick Genovese (Yorktown) 5-0
189 lb. Alan Djokic (Somers) def. Shaquille Malcolm (Yonkers) 4-2 (2OT)
215 lb. Duke Alvora (Harrison) def. Joe Izzo (Somers) 4-3
285lb. Jake Treinish (Hen Hud) def. Chris Galleta (Ardsley) 8-5
Fifth and Sixth Place Finals
96 lb. Edwin Jimenez (Sleepy Hollow) def. Kevin McDermott (Hen Hud) Pin at 1:44
103 lb. Tom D’Ambrosio (Carmel) def. Nick Mariano (Yorktown) Pin at 1:24
112 lb. Chris Schuchow (Yonkers) def. Joe Caporale (Carmel) 11-4
119 lb. Doug Chipperino (Carmel) def. Zach Boyd (Lakeland/Panas) 9-2
125 lb. Neils Seim (Somers) def. Joe Porcelli (Yorktown) 8-6
130 lb. Michael Gonzalez (Ossining) def. Chris Louis (Yonkers) 5-0
135 lb. Rino DeVita (Somers) def. Frank Orleszko (Dobbs Ferry) 3-1
140 lb. Christopher Gonzalez (Ossining) def. Nick Falcone (Yorktown) Pin at 5:08
145 lb. Dondrey Sharock (Sleepy Hollow) def. James Auteri (Carmel) Pin at 2:26
152 lb. Cody Butler (Hen Hud) def. Tom Falcone (Yorktown) 6-4
160 lb. Gerald Simkins (Mount Vernon) def. Mike Segarra (Sleepy Hollow) 3-1
171 lb. Ryan Tompkins (Sleepy Hollow) def. Vinny Corcoran (Hen Hud) 6-1
189 lb. Sean Stevens (Hen Hud) def. Dan Salamone (Mahopac) 9-5
215 lb. Eliott Maldonado (Yonkers) def. Andrew Scopino (Mahopac) 5-3 (OT)
285 lb. Daniel Monteiro (Ossining) def. Ryan Englert (Somers) Pin at 5:09
Word from the harrison camp is that planamento may have broke his finger.
Word from the harrison camp is that planamento may have broke his thumb. He had no strength in his hand the semis and finals.
What happened to lil Kyreakededes (DF) and lil Longo (A) ? I think they were seeded 2nd and 4th in their weights. I was hoping for some big results from the D2 kids
D2 Can’t hang with the BIG boys
Gotfried a 4X D2 champ was raped by Srednicki whos only in 9th grade
Manley was lucky to be in the finals SH kid got F in the semis Davidson beat the crap out of manley !!!!!!!!
here’s lies the problem this year gotfried will be the first 5x section champ in section 1 history. they should really distinguish the kids that won multiple section titles when it was all about wrestling not this d1 d2 crap
Elmer totally agree D2 can’t hang with D1 and I do agree that Martinez(SH) got screwed royally in semis vs Manley.
if planamento broke his finger isnt he out for the year?
A 7-5 victory sounds a little less then a domination. Furthermore no one should be judged on one match alone,win or lose. As for D1 and D2 its a tired old argument. For those who love wrestling be happy in the fact that a young man like Penn Gottfried has enjoyed what the sport has to offer. At the very least those like him will leave the sport as a fan. Without them wrestling would not continue. The support of those few “elite” wrestlers will never keep the sport healthy.
No word yet on planamento’s finger. Only thing someone mentioned from the tournament was that he was in noticeable pain of the same wrist he broke and was not wrestling to his potential hed shown the last few weeks.
He might have just had a bad day wrestling everyone gets them he looks like a tough kid he will bounce back
d 2 kids can hang with anyone in section one
d2 what was the score between d2 4th in the state murayama and d1 6th in the state grippi? or 4x sec champ manley and 9th grader 4th in the section shredniki? People hate the d1 vs d2 argument saying d1 is bully’s dont come on here and say they can hang. Not 1 D2 section schamp would have been section champ in d1 (i know nau split with garcia that the only mabye) so stop please
oh shut up we would have about 5 this year
name them lol 96 no, 103 no, 112 no, 119 no, 125 no, 130 no, 135 no, 140 no, 145 no, 152 only chance but no, 160 no, 171 no, 189 no, 215 no, 285 no.
guess you will have to wait for trey aslaisan sp? to get into 9th grade before you have someone
119….maybe. That match already happened at the Rye tournament. Many believe if it wasnt for poor officiating last years D2 112 champ would have rightfully beat last years D1 112 champ(both going 119 this year,neither guaranteed,like everyone else to win this year). Still. There are MANY states with MORE divisions than New York and much LESS population. Perhaps we need more divisions??? ???....”?” nevertheless I understand your pain….....
“give me a brake”, but dont those division state champs wrestle in a “super states” type tournament to determine a champ of champions. d1 and d2 never wrestle in ny. In an ideal world id like to see top 3 from each section get into a 32 man bracket at states and top 5 from d 1 and top 3 in d2 states wrestle in a champ of champs tourney. In these hard times that wont ever happen I know, but “I have a dream that one day all wrestlers will be created equal”
I know of know “super states” that put one divisional state champ against another during the season. Certianly many of those young men compete in out of season national tournaments. NJ and California are two large states with only one division. While I cant speak for everyone,many in NJ wish there was more than 1 division…why…overall its better for the sport..more involved and with more able to compete more people become interested in the sport! Thats good for the overall health of the sport. At states you see some weight classes better in D2 than D1,some equevlant and some D1 better than D2. The majority are top 5% in their ability.
I know north of albany d2 is the same or better than d1 in some areas. section 7 doesnt even have d1. south of albany d2 is bad in fact section 1 has the best d2 team, technically. john glenn on long island is the number one team on the island and they are a small school. The catch with them is that they wrestle d1 instead of d2. 2 years ago they had 15- 20 kids in the section finals at d2. They realized the system was a joke and went d1 the next 2 years and now are the best. wrestlers know to be the best you have to beat the best.
Well I have been going to differant matches and I think it is about time that STONEY puts in for his rocking chair. He is the worst reff on the east coast. The eys must be going along with the brain. Bye Stony Floriad ia waiting for you
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