WANTAGH WINS NASSAU COUNTY TOURNAMENT OVER MASSAPEQUA CROWNS FIVE CHAMPIONS
NCAA TOP TEN
1. Penn State
2. Ohio State
6. Oklahoma State
7. NC State
8. Arizona State
10. Virginia Tech
LOCUST VALLEY WINS NASSAU COUNTY DIVISION II TOURNAMENT
HOFSTRA vs BROWN - 1PM
Jake Silverstein defending county champ from Hauppauge moved up a few weight classes to capture another title, this year at 160 pounds. He is currently top-ranked in the state.
NEW YORK STATE
113 - Dylan Ryder
126 - Adam Busiello
(Eastport South Manor)
132- Justin Vines
152- Jacori Teemer
Massapequa's Chase Liardi was the lone champion for the Chiefs as he won the 99 pound title.
Rocky Point's Anthony Sciotto cranks his cross face cradle in the 120 pound Suffolk final. Sciotto won 6-2 as Rocky Point took the team title over North Babylon and Hauppauge.
Jacori Teemer (152 pounds) of Long Beach won his fifth Nassau County crown and is on pace to win his 5th New York State title.
ROCKY POINT WINS SUFFOLK COUNTY TOURNAMENT OVER NORTH BABYLON AND HAUPPAUGE
Sean Carter of North Babylon battles for a takedown on Dylan Ryder of Hills West. Carter upset the defending state champ, Ryder 2-1 to grab the 113 pound Suffolk crown.
Wantagh's Josiah Encarnacion at 106 pounds won his second Nassau County crown and paced his team to the Section Eight team title over Massapequa and Freeport.
Anthony Sobotoker of North Babylon takes Chris Gomez of Patchogue -Medford to his back en route to a 5-4 decision to win the 138 pound title.
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CORNELL'S YIANNI DIAKOMIHALIS (29-1) a true freshman is ranked 3rd in the nation at 141 pounds.
The Bearcats (12-5) were paced by #13 - Steven Schneider (16-4) who defeated Brett Perry, 8-6, at 184 pounds. Buffalo's Bryan Lantry (ranked 15th) won 4-3 over Jacob Nicholson at 133.
PENN STATE 19
OHIO STATE 18
The Nittany Lions are now 12-0 and head coach Cael Sanderson has a 168-24-2 record.
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OHIO STATE 18
The second-ranked Buckeyes (13-1) edged the #4-ranked Wolverines. Michigan's Adam Coon (21-0) used a body-lock takedown to defeat champion Kyle Snyder (11-1), 3-1, in the 285-pound bout.
Hofstra's Michael Hughes sealed the win for Hofstra as he recorded a :38 second fall for his 15th pin for the year, which ranks him third in the nation for pins. Hofstra improved to 9-9 by beating Sacred Heart 45-3.
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MT. SINAI WINS SUFFOLK COUNTY DIVISION II TOURNAMENT
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