Sectionals: Division 1 first round and quarterfinal results

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Wrestling is done for the day in D1. They’ll pick back up with the semis at Pace tomorrow at 3 p.m.

Team key/standings: 1. North Rockland (NRk) 90.5; 2. Yorktown (Yk), Clarkstown South (CS) 54; 4. Fox Lane (FL) 52; 5. Suffern (Sf) 46; 6. Horace Greeley (HG) 45; 7. John Jay-East Fishkill (JJEF), Tappan Zee (TZ) 40; 9. Brewster (Bw) 39; 10. Mahopac (M) 34; 11. Pearl River (PR) 33.5; 12. Hen Hud (HH); Somers (S) 32.5; 14. Arlington (Arl) 30; 15. Clarkstown North (CN) 26; 16. Port Chester (PC) 25; 17. Ossining (O) 23; 18. John Jay (JJ) 22; 19. New Rochelle (NR), Sleepy Hollow (SH) 19; 21. East Ramapo (ER), Harrison (H), Ketcham (RCK) 18; 24. Mamaroneck (Mk) 17.5; 24. Scarsdale (Sc) 15; 26. Nyack (Nk) 14; 27. Beacon (Be) 11; 28. Byram Hills (BH) 10.5; 28. White Plains (WP) 10; 30. Carmel (C ) 6; 31. Lakeland/Panas (Lk/P), Mount Vernon (MV), Yonkers (Y) 4; 34. Rye (R ) 0.

First round

99 — Brady Robin (Arl) pin David Ortiz (Y), 1:10; Brice Artrip (Sf) pin Michael Alvarado (CS), 3:31; Anthony Sulla (NRk) dec. Trey Wardlaw (ER), 4-0; James Kelly (PR) won by forfeit. Alfredo Olmedo (Arl) maj. dec. Randy Earl (JJEF), 10-1; Sean McGarvey (PR) dec. Kyle Davis (Be), 3-2; Grant Cuomo (Bw) pin Frankie Barchella (H), 1:32; Brandon Fay (FL) maj. dec. Mike DiPietro (HH), 16-3. 106 — Nicholas Barbaria (NR) won by forfeit; Peter Oliveto (Sf) pin Joe Ledwin (HH), 4:44; Marlon Borge (NRk) maj. dec. Dennis Peckron (Be), 14-4; Kevin Rodriguez (PC) pin Kyle Montesano (Yk), :39; Matt Grippi (FL) pin Steven Crawford (Y) :48; Brian Hong (CN) dec. Jordan Wallace (NR), 13-6; Kevin Knox (C ) dec. Maxim Kutsepau (CN); Jon Errico (BH) pin Mathew Kaufman (HG), 1:00. 113 — Brian McLiverty (CS) pin Moises Tera (NR), 3:24; Tyler Gonska (Bw) dec. Louis DeLucia (CN), 6-3; Jake Kurzhais (PR) maj. dec. Tom Kozal (Bw); Derek DiMarsico (NRk) maj. dec. Fredy Guevara (Y), 12-0; Mark Grant (HH) pin Andrei Nesbit (HG), 1:07; Alfredo Zavala (PC) maj. dec. James Carducci (H), 19-7; Justin Hong (CN) pin Robert Keltz (Sc), 3:46; Jay Albis (JJEF) pin David Guerero/Suarez (Yk), 1:52. 120 — John Muldoon (PR) pin Elijah Francois (Nk), 4:28; Jack Wagner (HH) pin Josh Guerrero (H), 2:41; Scott Rodrigues (FL) tech. fall Dillon Sforza (Arl), 17-2; Kirby Atlas (HG) pin Joe Frezza (M), 3:30; Alex Delacruz (O) pin Paul Bernasconi (JJEF), :27; Daiton Powell (Sf) maj. dec. Luis Rivas (SH), 14-1; Anthony DiMauro (S) dec. Lamont Wallace (NR), 6-4; Blaise Benderoth (NRk) pin Ray Matthews (PC), 1:01. 126 — Dylan Realbuto (S) won by forfeit; Brian Kershner (JJ) dec. Stephen Lauro (Sf), 5-3; Joe Maida (H) dec. Chris Lazo (SH), 12-8; Diego Giron (PC) pin John DiDomenico (Lk/P), 4:31; Jimmy Kaishian (Yk) pin Santiago Forero (NR), 4:49; Nick McGill (Bw) dec. Bing Bing Xie (HG), 7-1; Mike Seligson (CN) pin Grant Federick (JJEF), :41; Alex Oliveto (Sf) pin Michael Chirasello (Arl), 3:18. 132 — Liam Erickson (Bw) maj. dec. Romello Bradley (ER), 10-1; Alex Lambiotte (JJ) won by forfeit; James Giraldez (Nk) pin Andrew Seid (CN), 3:48; Luke Minasi (JJEF) maj. dec. Jon Silveri (Arl), 8-0; Jake DiMarsico (NRk) pin Adam Burton (NR), 1:42; Zack Boker (M) dec. Reid Orlando (CS), 9-5; Gavin Menchel (H) dec. Nick Simeti (PR), 7-4; Ben Ettlinger (FL) pin Luke Roediger (S), 4:00. 138 — Matt Caputo (NRk) pin Doug Rothman (O), :38; Max Lukaswitz (H) pin Blake Cohen (Lk/P), 3:11; Mike Hodges (Sc) dec. Chris Cornel (M), 12-5; Frank Surace (Fl) dec. Alex Tapia (Yk), 7-2; Edwin Jimenez (SH) maj. dec. Andy Venditto (S), 11-3; Danny Murphy (RCK) dec. Noah Hovde (TZ), 9-2; Larry Courtein (S) pin Benjamin Ratner (BH), 5:56; Colby Kash (CN) maj. dec. Ari Faust (FL), 9-0. 145 — Tom Grippi (FL) won by forfeit; Mike D’Agostino (NRk) tech. fall Steven Bencosme (SH), 15-0; Kyle Santucci (Yk) pin Rob Namme (CN), 4:05; James Desimone (Sf) pin Ron McCabe (JJEF), 2:45; Mitchell Klein (HG) pin Joey Petrogallo (Bw), 3:04; David Polakoff (H) dec. Liam Hiene (S), 9-7; Kevin McDermott (HH) tech. fall Legan Bayombo (MV), 20-4; Brad Marvin (RCK) pin Mario Zeppetelli (Arl), 3:56. 152 — Joe Mastro (Yk) won by forfeit; Ibrahim Simreen (Y) dec. Fritz Zahringer (R ), 13-11; Rob Gullo (PR) pin Kevin Gamboa (O), 5:37; Josh Perlmutter (HH) pin Giancarlo Geniso (JJ), 1:42; Gino Gioielli (Bw) maj. dec. Victor Delgado (NRk), 10-2; Sean Maloney (CS) pin Dan Walsh (M), 3:20; Dom Celli (S) tech. fall Brandon Badger (Arl), 17-1; Desmond Djekovic (TZ) won by forfeit. 160 — Dale White (JJEF) pin Justin Schaller (TZ), :55; Jacob Lieberman (Nk) dec. Justin Karas (PC), 8-1; Michael Peterson (Arl) maj. dec. Ryan Ford (Bw), 11-1; Joe Koshakow (Sc) maj. dec. Dave Crispino (CN), 15-5; Ben Miller (Mk) tech. fall Brandon White (JJEF), 15-0; Lance Perlmutter (HH) dec. Drew Breyfogle (CS), 5-3,OT; Mark Laser (S) tech. fall Logan Mongelli (RCK), 17-1; Nick Didio (NRk) pin Liam Mercer (HG), 5:04. 170  — Brett Perry (JJEF) pin Sheeler Lubin (ER), 1:59; Markanthony Perez (Y) dec. Greg Lamb (O), 4-3; Aaron Gallagher (M) pin Bobby Scatenato (H), 4:55; Dion Duran (Mk) dec. Jake Salesky (CN), 4-1; Adam Hofling (SH) pin Dom Emory (RCK), 2:34; Peter Pjetri (Sf) maj. dec. Kyle Mallory (HH), 13-4; Leo McCarthy (O) dec. Chris Flynn (PR), 8-7; Hassan Auwarter (CS) pin Damien Franco (JJ), :26. 182 — Thomas Murray (Yk) pin Billy Greene (JJ), :46; Justin Ayala (MV) pin Austin Hassett (RCK), 4:27; Tyler Goings (ER) maj. dec. Jason Fortugno (CS), 14-2; Brock Cvijanovich (HG) pin Jack Farquharson (Sf), 2:56; Kurt Romano (TZ) pin Billy Patti (JJ), 3:05; Tim Bunyea (M) pin Mike Larm (Bw), 1:20; Robert Hanaburgh (Arl) pin Eric Wakefield (JJEF), 4:36; Andrew Grella (Be) pin Jonathan Rodriguez (PC), :58. 195 — Steven Sabella (Yk) won by forfeit; Billy Madigan (TZ) maj. dec. Chris Chiriguayo (Lk/P), 12-3; Joe Fabrizio (RCK) pin Jimmy Lopez (PC), 1:58; Colton Charles (NRk) pin Tyler Long (C ), 1:12;  Austin Maurer (CS) dec. Nick Cerutti (FL), 2-0; Murphy Wilson (RCK) maj. dec. Joe Schech (M), 13-2; Billy Gossett (JJ) pin Andrew Anthony (JJEF), :52; Scott Wymbs (HG) won by forfeit. 220 — Trent Lofaro (O) won by forfeit; Ethan Smith (JJ) won by forfeit; Ceasar Cantori (WP) pin Billy Marino (HG), 1:55; Ryan Delahanty (M) pin Christian Gabriel (PC), 3:10; Paul Okeke (CS) won by forfeit; Jason Dorsainville (ER) pin Avik Mohan (Yk), 3:44; Louis Talia (JJ) dec. Joseph Marji (Y), 3-1; John Hartnett (TZ) won by forfeit. 285 — David Varian (Yk) won by forfeit; Kharl Chatelain (ER) pin Nick Holahan (CS), 3:19; Conner Reigottie (NRk) pin Steven Abril (RCK), 5:38; Justin Douglas (NR) pin Max McMullen (H), :43; Brent Lobien (HG) dec. Clifford Joseph (Sf), 6-1; Matt St. Onge (CS) pin Luis Rubio (Mk), 2:36; Stephen Kelley (Lk/P) pin Alex Dago (O), 2:19; Mike Manni (TZ) won by forfeit.

Quarterfinals

99 — Robin (Arl) maj. dec. Artrip (Sf); Kelly (PR) maj. dec. Sulla (NRk), 8-0; Olmedo (Arl) maj. dec. McGarvey (PR), 12-3; Fay (FL) maj. dec. Cuomo (Bw), 17-5. 106 —  Barbaria (NR) maj. dec. Oliveto (Sf), 17-4; Rodriguez (PC) pin Borge (NRk), 5:38; Grippi (FL) pin Hong (CN), 5:38; Errico (BH) tech. fall Knox (C ), 16-0. 113 — Gonska (Bw) pin McLiverty (CS), 1:35; DiMarsico (NRk) dec. Kurzhais (PR), 6-3; Grant (HH) maj. dec. Zavala (PC), 15-1; Albis (JJEF) maj. dec. Hong (CN), 8-0. 120 — Muldoon (PR) tech. fall Wagner (HH), 18-3; Atlas (HG) pin Rodrigues (FL), 1:56; Delacruz (O) dec. Powell (Sf), 6-0; Benderoth (NRk) pin DiMauro (S), 1:27. 126 — Realbuto (S) tech. fall Kershner (JJ), 15-0; Giron (PC) pin Maida (H), 5:47; Kaishian (Yk) dec. McGill (Bw), 7-0; Oliveto (Sf) pin Seligson (CN), 5:40. 132 — Erickson (Bw) maj. dec. Lambiotte (JJ), 12-1; Minasi (JJEF) dec. Giraldez (Nk), 4-2; DiMarsico (NRk) dec. Boker (M), 5-0; Ettlinger (FL) dec. Menchel (H), 6-0. 138 — Caputo (NRk) pin Lukaswitz (H), 1:43; Hodges (Sc) dec. Surace (FL), 10-4; Jimenez (SH) dec. Murphy (RCK), 3-2; Kash (CN) dec. Courtein (S), 7-3. 145 — Grippi (FL) pin D’Agostino (NRk), 15-0; Desimone (Sf) pin Santucci (Yk), 1:22; Klein (HG) dec. Polakoff (H), 4-0; Marvin (RCK) dec. McDermott (HH), 2-0. 152 — Mastro (Yk) tech. fall Simreen (Y), 15-0; Perlmutter (HH) dec. Gullo (PR), 6-1; Gioielli (Bw) maj. dec. Maloney (CS), 19-9; Djekovic (TZ) dec. Celli (S), 6-3. 160 — White (JJEF) pin Lieberman (Nk), 4:13; Koshakow (Sc) dec. Peterson (Arl), 7-1; Miller (Mk) pin Perlmutter (HH), 5:49; Lasar (S) dec. Didio (NRk), 5:04. 170 — Perry (JJEF) pin Perez (Y), 1:26; Duran (Mk) dec. Gallagher (M), 9-4; Hofling (SH) pin Pjetri (Sf), 4:00; McCarthy (O) dec. Auwarter (CS), 8-3. 182 — Murray (Yk) pin Ayala (MV), 1:12; Cvijanovich (HG) dec. Goings (ER), 3-1; Bunyea (M) pin Romano (TZ), 3:28; Grella (Be) pin Hanaburgh (Arl), :22. 195 — Sabella (Yk) tech. fall Madigan (TZ), 18-3; Charles (NRk) pin Fabrizio (RCK), 1:45; Maurer (CS) pin Wilson (RCK), 3:14; Wymbs (HG) dec. Gossett (JJ), 6-1. 220 — Lofaro (O) dec. Smith (JJ), 9-3; Delahanty (M) pin Cantori (WP), 1:46; Okeke (CS) dec. Dorsainville (ER), 3-2; Hartnett (TZ) dec. Talia (JJ), 3-0. 285 — Varian (Yk) pin Holahan (CS), 2:54; Douglas (NR) dec. Reigottie (NRk), 8-5; Lobien (HG) dec. St. Onge (CS), 1-0; Manni (TZ) pin Kelley (Lk/P), 1:03.

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  1. Isn’t there another round tonight? First round of wrestlebacks today means everyone going to pace tomorrow is all section.

  2. sa, fractured ribs is out of tour.
    dcw, no wrestlebacks in 1st round. semi and wrestlebacks and finals starting at 3 tomorrow! 5 out of 8 remaining make all section.

  3. According to the press release by section one, first rd or wrestle backs would be going on now. I know rd of 16 losers are out, this would be quarter losers wrestling to see who gets to wrestle a semi loser tomorrow.

  4. Forgot we changed all section to save $. That dinner is so swank we had to keep it a more intimate affair

  5. So the million dollar question is, with the heading of this story as such, is anyone there to report it?

  6. There was wrestle-backs to establish contests Monday for 3-4-5-6 places on Mondau … Two wrestlers with one loss will join the two semi-final losers for a wrestle off on Monday

  7. There were wrestle-backs to establish contests Monday for 3-4-5-6 places. Two wrestlers with one loss will join the two semi-final losers for a wrestle off on Monday.

  8. Perspective,thanks got a bit confused.
    1234, Watkins was hurting after his match with the Ossining kid, you sure about the academics?

  9. Another snafu by the fool DeFran! Why do they even let him out of the building? Where are the wrestlerback results. He also announced that wrestling was over for the day, did he leave? And you wonder why we were upset that Vince wasn’t at the D1s. It seems the Journal News has only one competent wrestling reporter. With nothing else going on on a Sunday, it would seen that they could find some one better than that fool DeFrancesco!

  10. Is there any shot that MSG varsity live streams the semis and/or the finals for those who can’t make it tomorrow?

  11. not so fast my friends on

    watched the little-Rod video vs Kirby, saw the never popular ‘lower-back’ pin, but thats the kind of call you are going to get with Reilly. You have to know who the ref is and not leave it in his hands. Although Rodrigues was flat on his back for a good couple seconds in the first moments of the match so things worked out as they should have.

  12. Just watched the video- looked a lot like a pin to me, I think that may have been called by more than just Reilly. SRod was clearly in a really bad spot

  13. Definitely a pin just watched it also. What’s up with all the Fox Lane kid’s wearing ISW attire does Fox Lane not provide any?

  14. looked a little low on the shoulders, not a horrible call, not a bad call, but you can see where there is some doubt and where people will get upset. He was completely flat on his shoulders earlier in the match

  15. North Rockland seems to be controlling this tournament. Havent seen any kudos… which figures. Has any team ever place 10 wrestlers in the section tournament before?

  16. Ossining placed 8 guys in 199-99 when you had to make semi-finals to place. Does NoRock have 10 in the semis ? or 10 placing ?

  17. 10 potential place winners if all goes well… let’s face some facts here, the wrestling nowadays is better than it was in the 90s… Section 1 had been on the rise throughout the early 2000s while back in the 90s kids were happy to draw a Section 1 opponent at the state tournament. With that said, that rise is the level of our wrestling stems directly from current coaches, many of who wrestled in the era you speak of. Either way, NR deserves some recognition for its performance yesterday.

  18. The rise in SectionI wrestling has more to do with Degal and the clubs that have popped up recently. Before that a few teams stood out with outstanding coaching at the School. Fox Lane, Ossining, Suffern, Sleepy Hollow and Mahopac had great in school coaches and their teams produced on the mat and in tournamnets. Now a days if you want to be a section champ you have to join a club, practice twice a day in season and once a day out of season.
    The mulit-sport athlete is screwed!

  19. The post by bad boy is the easiest way to explode the blog with comments. Is the coaching really better maybe/maybe not. There are a lot more guys wrestling in college and coming back to coach which probably helps. Logic says its the increased mat time = clubs, camps, clinics, open mats. Many of the best clubs don’t have any in-season training. The idea that a kid needs to practice 2+ hrs with his team then have another 1-2hr practice later that night is a little much. Encourage your kids to go to open mats, go to clinics and tournaments. If they want to do a club and can afford it the great.

  20. the rise in section one is simple!! its the split! once we went to 2 divisions section 1 started getting stronger. the upstate boys that were kicking their butts are now in d2 states