01-08-2010, 10:07 PM
Post 1/8 high school dual results in this thread.
01-08-2010, 11:48 PM
Please correct if you see any incorrect names or spellings.
215 E.Westerberg(YK)-F.Digioia(LT) p2:14 6-0
J.Gonzalez out w/ skin infection.
285 P.McHugh(YK)-W.Ott(Lt) p:56 12-0
B.Pieroth out w/ skin infection.
103 D.King(YK)-C.Condon(LT) 8-4 15-0
York wrestlers from 103-135 dropped a wt
112 B.Gavrick(LT)-B.Kupczyk(YK) 16-9 15-3
Team point deducted from LT. Coach Powell protested, I assume because it took so long for ref to notice that Gavrick was being choked.
119 T.Valdez(YK)-C.Beebe(LT) TF3:38 20-2
125 R.Guthrie(YK)-A.Smith(LT) 14-1 24-2
130 M.Lofffredo(YK)-O.Sandoval(LT) 6-2 27-2
D.Bates out with concussion.
135 J.Windmueller(LT)-A.Mortimer(YK) 7-2 27-5
140 M.Nora(LT)-JP.Finnan(YK) p2:29 27-11
145 L.Polka(LT)-K.Szlega(YK) TF5:24 27-16
152 RJ.Dilcher(LT)-R.Hart(YK) TF5:03 27-21
160 J.Peterson(LT)-R.Kasken(YK) 10-0 27-25
171 M.Rende(LT)-R.Daly(YK) 3-1 OT 27-28
189 J.Nudera(YK)-K.Shinall(LT) p4:05 33-28
01-09-2010, 12:10 AM
Article from Ottawa Daily Times, Bill Lidinski
SANDWICH— By the end of the evening on Tuesday there was absolutely no question as to whom the best wrestling squad was on the twin mats at Sandwich.
Facing league rivals from Seneca, Herscher, and Lisle, Sandwich completely dominated the quadrangular event by first besting Lisle 51-15 and then overwhelming Seneca 63-9. Overall, the Indians captured an impressive 22 out of 28 matches that included 10 pins on their way to a perfect 2-0 night.
The Irish finished 1-1 on the scoreboard with a solid 50-24 victory against Herscher before the loss to Sandwich. Lisle also went 1-1 with a 57-12 win over Herscher, who finished the evening at 0-2.
But in the end, it was all Indians on the mats in devastating fashion.
"We knew coming into tonight that Lisle is normally right behind Wilmington as far as one of the best teams in our conference. We came out and wrestled a great match and really took it to them," said Sandwich coach Josh McCarty. "Then we went against Seneca and seemed to get stronger and stronger from the first match to the last. It was a pretty good night for us."
Sandwich (6-2) started off against Lisle and got consecutive pin wins from Alphonse Vruno (119) and Vinnie DeFily (125). Travis Faller (130) then captured a 10-2 major decision followed by Lon McCaslin's 5-0 victory at 135, and the Indians were off and running.
Collin McCaslin (145) then recorded a pin and Nolan Gipe (160) won 7-2 before Tim Schmitt (189) and Derek Hall (285) registered forfeit victories.
Ryan Harrison (103) and Austin Pearson (112) closed out the Sandwich opener with a technical fall and a pin, respectively, and the Indians were in business entering their final match against Seneca.
The Irish (8-4) held down six pins in their first match with Herscher as Cody Russell (119), Zach Wheeler (140), Corey Foster (152), Ron Webb (171), Alejandro Rodriguez (215), and Travis Koetz (112) all posted falls in rather easy victory against the Tigers.
"We wrestled pretty well coming out of the Christmas break against Herscher, and I was proud of our effort initially tonight," said Seneca coach Todd Yegge. "But in the second match versus Sandwich, we got halfway through moves and quit on them. If you don't finish a move and you don't execute everything you've been taught, bad things happen to you. That's what happened against Sandwich, and it was a snowball effect from there. Credit Sandwich, but we should have wrestled a lot better."
Things looked good for the Irish at 125 pound to open the match as Alex Valentine comfortably led DeFily 12-2 in the opening minutes of the final period. But DeFily amazingly turned things around and pinned Valentine at 5:12.
"I noticed during the first two periods that every time he (Valentine) was on bottom and I was on top that he would go for the switch,' DeFily said. "In the last period when I got top I waited for him to switch, grabbed the cradle and pinned him."
Sandwich then registered pins from Carlton Pendry (130) and Lon McCaslin (135) before Wheeler (140) put Seneca on the board with a 14-7 win over James Cox. Collin McCaslin (145) then pinned Cassidy Warning, and Sam Hill (152) decisioned Foster 9-2. Gipe then got a 16-0 tech fall win over Tyson Ashbaugh before Webb pinned Brandon Lavoy at 171.
But the premier matchup of the night came when Schmitt moved up from 189 to wrestle at 215 against Rodriguez. The set was tight through two periods with Schmitt owning a 2-1 advantage. But from there, the Sandwich junior standout outscored Rodriguez 8-1 down the stretch.
"I had to forfeit the first round against Lisle and coach (McCarty) wanted me to get some work in and bump up. So I trusted his decision and did it," Schmitt said. "Thirty pounds is a lot of weight to give up, but I knew it would be better for the team to move up, and I got the win."
After Schmitt's win, Sandwich got three forfeits and a decision victory from Ryan Harrison and a pin from Joey Kimmey.
01-09-2010, 05:08 PM
Oswego Romeoville and Plainfield North Tri
Round 1 Plainfield North wins over Oswego
Round 2 Oswego wins over Romeoville
Round 3 Plainfield North wins over Romeoville
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