Holiday week tourney schedule


Welcome back everyone! Hope you all had a great Christmas! We have two pretty big tournaments set to take place during this holiday week, but the weather is already taking its toll. Mid-Hudson tourney director Dave Ryley texted me this afternoon informing me that their start time has been pushed back to noon on Thursday. If I hear about any further postponements, I will update. My colleague Phil Terrigno will be covering the O’Connell tourney at Pearl River on Friday, so be sure to follow him on Twitter @philterrigno for live updates.

Here is info on both tournaments:

Arlington, Beacon, Yorktown, Port Chester, Ossining, John Jay-EF, Ketcham, Hewlett, Cornwall, Newburgh, Wallkill, Red Hook, Onteora, Valley Central, Pine Bush, Rondout Valley, Kingston, Saugerties and Brookfield (CT).
Format: Tournament-style; round robin with pools of five; top two from each pool advance to the quarterfinals on Friday.
Start time: Noon on Thursday and 9 a.m. on Friday.
Finals: TBD

Clarkstown North, Dobbs Ferry, East Ramapo, Hen Hud, Irvington, Lakeland/Panas, North Rockland, Nyack, Pearl River, Tappan Zee, Westlake, Sleepy Hollow, Tuxedo, Washingtonville and Warwick.
Format: Tournament-style
Start time: 10 a.m. on Friday
Finals: Around 6 p.m.


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  1. Section 1 finalists at mid Hudson’s

    99 almedo arlington
    106 Rodriguez port chester
    120 tolli arlington
    126 Delacruz Ossining, kashian Yorktown
    132 Murphy rck
    145 Marvin rck
    152 mastro Yorktown
    160 Peterson Arlington
    182 Murray Yorktown
    195 sabella Yorktown (beat sec 9 champ Edmond in the semis)
    220 lafaro Ossining
    285 varian Yorktown

    If I left anyone out I’m sorry just trying to go off top of my head.

  2. ChiefWildEagle on

    Coach Warren thanx.
    Great job by Alex and Trent
    Also congrats to Yorktown, but don’t your eye off the real prize!

  3. Who won Delacruz or Kashian? Left right after Tolli’s match which was an awesome one. Close until the end in which I think he ended up winning 20-10 with 2 takedowns leading to backpoints