NASSAU WINS THE NEW YORK STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 

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SOME OF THE TOP MATCHES OF ALL TIME IN THE NEW YORK STATE TOURNAMENT FINALS

 NEW YORK WRESTLERS

CURRENTLY RANKED IN

NCAA DIVISION I

 NCAA QUALIFIERS

FROM

NEW YORK STATE

HIGH SCHOOLS

 

125-Nick Piccininni

(Okla State/Ward Melville)


133-Derek Spann

(Buffalo/Adirondack)


149-Hunter Richard

(Cornell/Holland Patent)


157-Jesse Dellavecchia

(Rider/East Islip)


157-Jacori Teemer

(ArizonaSt/Long Beach)


165-Grant Cuomo

(Princeton/Brewster)


165-Troy Keller

(Buffalo/North Tonawanda)


165-Ricky Stamm

(Hofstra/Levittown Division)


174-Phil Spadafora

(Maryland/Hills East)


184-Lou DePrez

(Binghamton/Hilton)


184-Jonathan Loew

(Cornell/Wantagh)


197-Thomas Lane

(Cal Poly/Garden City)


197-Shakur Rasheed

(Penn St/Longwood)


285-Zach Knighton-Ward

(Hofstra/Uniondale)


285-Deonte Wilson

(NC State/Amityville)

LEHIGH WINS THE EIWA TOURNAMENT OVER CORNELL AND ARMY

- CANCELED -

Lou DePrez  (26-5) of Binghamton is in control of American University's Anthony Wokash in EIWA semifinal action. DePrez  from Hilton HS is nationally ranked and won the 174 pound EIWA title.

NCAA TOP TEAMS

Center Moriches' Jordan Titus (39-0 for the season, 162-6 career record) captured his fourth Suffolk County Division II crown. The 126 pound Titus won his second NYS title  and  is ranked 10th in the nation.

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In Memoriam

113- Stevo Poulin (43-0)

(Shenendehowa-II) - 2nd


120- Greg Diakomihalis (21-0)

(Hilton-V) - 1st


120- Anthony Noto (33-1)
(HoneFalls/Lima-V) - 14th


126- Jordan Titus (35-0)

(Center Moriches-XI) - 10th


138- Ryan Burgos (47-1)

(Hilton-V) - 14th


​145- Willie McDougald (40-1)

(Niagara Falls-VI) - 20th


152- AJ Kovacs (36-3)

​(Iona Prep-C) - 8th


160- Cooper Kropman (38-0)

(Penfield-V) - 11th​​​

NEW YORK STATE DREAM TEAM OF NCAA DIVISION I CHAMPIONS




MT. SINAI WINS SUFFOLK D-II

HAUPPAUGE WINS SUFFOLK  

 NYS DIVISION I TOP TEN

Wantagh's Matt Rogers (39-2) won the 182 pound New York State title and help lead Nassau County to the Sectional Team title, their first since 1987. They outpointed runner-up Suffolk County 244.5 -210.

 

 1.  Minisink Valley-9

 2.  Fulton-3

 3.  Shenendehowa-2

 4.  Spencerport-5

 5.  Fox  Lane-1

 6.  MacArthur-8

 7.  Horseheads-4

 8.  Patchogue-Medford-11

 9.  Commack-11

10. Niagara-Wheatfield-6

​      Hauppauge-11/Mass-8


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    2021- St. Louis, MO

    2022- Detroit, MI​​​.

Sebastian Rivera of Northwestern upsets number #1 ranked and former NCAA champion Seth Gross of Wisconsin. Rivera scored a couple of late takedowns to win this Big Ten semifinal 7-6 en route to the 133 pound Big Ten title.

Gable Steveson of Minnesota works for a takedown on Alex Esposito of Rutgers. Steveson won this 285 pound quarterfinal with a first period fall. Steveson went on to capture the Big Ten title.

IOWA WINS

 BIG TEN TOURNAMENT OVER NEBRASKA AND OHIO STATE

  1. Iowa (13-0)

​  2. Penn State (12-2)

  3. NC State (15-0)

  4. Nebraska (11-3)

  5. Ohio State (10-4)

  6. Arizona State (15-2)

  7. NCarolina (14-3)

  8. Pittsburgh (10-4)

  9. Virginia Tech (11-3)

10. Oklahoma State (13-3)

11. Lehigh (12-3)

12. Wisconsin (11-6)

13. Army West Point (9-3)

14. Campbell (11-2)

15. Minnesota (9-8)

16. Illinois (10-4)

17. Purdue (12-5)

18. N Iowa (8-4)

19. Missouri (12-7)

20. Iowa State (9-4)

21. Princeton (9-4)

22. Michigan (7-6)

23. Cornell (11-7)

24. NDakota State (10-4)

25. SDakota State (12-5)

Pat Glory (24-0) of Princeton won the 125 pound EIWA title as Princeton finished fifth in the team scoring.

CHAMINADE WINS CHSAA

NEW YORK STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

125- Nick Piccininni

(3rd-Okla State-Ward Melv)


133- Derek Spann

(20th-Buffalo-Adirondack)


157- Jesse Dellavecchia

(4th-Rider-East Islip)

157- Jacori Teemer

(5th-Ariz.St.-Long Beach)


184- Lou DePrez

(5th-Binghamton-Hilton)


197- Thomas Lane

(13th-Cal Poly-Garden City)


197- Shakur Rasheed

(18th-Penn State-Longwood)


Ben Darmstadt (28-6) of Cornell won the 197 pound EIWA crown as Cornell fought back to finish second in the team scoring.

MACARTHUR WINS NASSAU 

Lehigh's Jordan Kutler (21-1) works for an escape. The top seeded Kutler won the 174 pound EIWA Championship and led Lehigh (154 points) to their third consecutive team title over Cornell (120) and Army (112).

Iowa's Alex Marinelli picked up a dramatic fall over Shayne Oster of Northwestern in 165 pound semifinal action in the Big Ten championships at Rutgers University. Iowa won the tournament over Nebraska and Ohio State.

Penn State's Shakur Rasheed upsets Iowa's Jacob Warner 3-1 with a late takedown at 197 pounds in the Big Ten quarters. Rasheed (Longwood HS) finished fourth due to injury.


MAT NOTES:

   Four-time New York State champion senior Nick Piccininni (26-2) of Oklahoma State won his fourth Big 12 Championships at 125 pounds. The two-time All-American was voted the OSW Award in the tournament and is the third seed in the bracket.

   Five-time New York State champion freshman Jacori Teemer (18-5) of Arizona State won the Pac-12 Championship at 157 and is seeded ninth in the NCAAs.

     Jesse Dellavecchia (30-2) of Rider, a senior, won the MAC title and is seeded fourth at 157 pounds.

   The Empire State had 15 wrestlers that qualified for the NCAA Championships - 10 of them are from LI.

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