Brewster cruised to a monstrous win at the Rye tournament, winning by 100+ points. Twelve different Bears made the finals and nine of them won. Bernardo Magalhaes, the 171 champ, was MOW.
Scarsdale was second and Mahopac, which was without Justis Flamio (he sat out so he could attend another tournament later) was third.
Matt Beckley at Rye had the finals results but no scores. Here’s what I got.
96 — Liam Erickson (Brewster) over Justin Jiminez (Irvington); 103 — Mike Parise (Brewster) over John Tambunting (Scarsdale); 112 — Jimmy Duncan (Brewster) over Gideon Werthmeier (Horace Mann); 119 — Justin Seim (Hackley) over David Occipinti (Croton); 125 — Stephen Pagliuca (Mahopac) over John Peragine (Brewster); 130 — Kyle McAlpin (Brewster) over Seth Marcus (Scarsdale); 135 — Danny Evangelakos (Horace Mann) over Jevon Gooden (Brewster); 140 — Ricardo Lopez (Brewster) over Alex Kay (Scarsdale); 145 — Harry Erickson (Brewster) over Pat Bruen (Mahopac); 152 — Graham Zahringer (Rye) over Alex Schwartz (Horace Mann); 160 — Nick Ghelarducci (Brewster) over Tom Viento (Mahopac); 171 — Bernardo Magalhaes (Brewster) over Oliver Mold (Pawling); 189 — Dan Santiago (Brewster) over Andrew Lefkowitz (Horace Greeley); 215 — Jim Magee (Pawling) over Chris PIckarts (Irvington); 285 — Andrew Scopino (Mahopac) over Mike Liston (Brewster).