Josiah Encarnacion of Wantagh battles Naim Lynch of Hewlett. Encarnacion won this 113 pound quarterfinal and went on to win in the finals as Wantagh finished second.

NYS HS DIVISION I 

TOP TEN TEAMS 

 1.  Massapequa-8

 2.  Hilton-5

 3.  Minisink Valley-9

 4.  Niagara-Wheatfield-6

 5.  Fulton-3

 6.  Sachem East-11

 7.  Spencerport-5

 8.  Rocky Point-11

 9.  Shenendehowa-2

10. Hauppauge-11

      St. Anthony's- C




      

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Mt. Sinai's Joe O'Brien works for a takedown on his way to a pin in the semifinals. O'Brien won the 138 pound Suffolk Crown and was voted Champion of Champions as he helped his Mt. Sinai team to secure the championship over John Glenn.

Nationally ranked Kyle Mosher of Southside East works for a take down. Mosher (41-1) picked up the fall in the quarterfinal round in the 160 pound weight class and went on to capture the Nassau crown.

MT. SINAI WINS SUFFOLK D-II

Eastport South Manor's Adam Busiello picked up a first period fall at 138 pounds in the semifinals. Busiello (45-0) went on to win his sixth county title as ESM finished second.

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Massapequa's Chase Liardi (43-1) works to turn Paul Lichter of MacArthur. Liardi won by fall in 106 pound action at the Nassau County Championships. Defending Nassau champion Liardi went on to win in the finals and pace the Massapequa Chiefs to the team title over Wantagh and Uniondale. 

HAUPPAUGE WINS SUFFOLK COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS 

125- Nick Piccininni

(3rd-Okla State-Ward Mel)


125- Vito Arujau

(9th-Cornell-Syosset)


141- Yianni Diakomahalis

(1st-Cornell-Hilton)


141- Bryan Lantry

(9th-Buffalo-Wayne)


149- Frank Garcia

(20th-Binghamton-Norwich)


165- Jesse Dellavecchia

(18th-Rider-East Islip)


184- Shakur Rasheed

(2nd-Penn State-Longwood)


184- Lou DePrez

(8th-Binghamton-Hilton)


197- Ben Honis

(18th-Cornell-James-DeWitt)


285- Youssif Hemida

(4th-Maryland-Mamaron)



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NYS Championships

Division I Top Seeds:


99-Anthony Conetta (Mass)

106-Stevo Poulin (Shen)

113-Greg Diakomihalis (Hilt)

120-Jayden Scott (RHen)

126-Zach Redding (ESM)

132-Justin McDougald (NW)

138-Adam Busiello (ESM)

145-Jon Spadafora (HE)

152-Warren McDougald (N)

160-Cooper Kropman (Pen)

170-Aaron Wolk (HG)

182-Jake Logan (NRoch)

195- Sam DePrez(Hilton)

220-Will Leonard (Corn)

285-Joey Slackman (Comm)


Five are defending state champions: Poulin (40-0), Diakomihalis (51-0), Redding (46-4), Busiello (45-0) and Logan (35-0).





 


Joey Slackman (42-0) of Commack secured a first period fall at 285 pounds and also won by fall in the finals. He took home the Most Pins Award as well .

   NCAA TOP TEN

  1. Penn State (13-0)

​  2. Okla State (14-0)

  3. Iowa (14-0)

  4. Michigan (1021)

  5. Missouri (15-1)

  6. Ohio State (11-2)

  7. Nebraska (11-5)

  8. Minnesota (14-3)

  9. Cornell (13-2)

10. NC State (15-3)

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Uniondale's Xavier Pommels battles for a takedown en route to a 132 pound quarterfinal win over Sam Anglim of Plainedge. Pommels avenged an earlier season loss by beating Mike Blando in the finals to win the 132 pound crown, Uniondale finished third.

John Glenn's Thomas Giaramita works for a takedown en route to a first period fall in the145 pound semifinals. Giaramita went on to win in the finals as Glenn finished second.

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Dan Mauriello of Hauppauge works for a throw in 152 pound action. Mauriello won this semifinal. Mauriello (32-1) went on to win in the finals and was voted Champion of Champions as Hauppauge won the team title over ESM and Rocky Point.

CSH WINS NASSAU D-II

106 - Stevo Poulin

(1st-Shenendehowa-2)


  113 - Greg Diakomihalis

(1st-Hilton-5)


  120- Jordan Titus

(19th-Center Moriches-11)


  138 - Adam Busiello

(2nd-Eastport/S Manor-11)


  160 - Kyle Mosher

(5th-Southside-8)


  182 - Jake Logan

(6th-New Rochelle-1)


  195 - Sam DePrez

(9th-Hilton-5)


  285 - Joey Slackman

(14th-Commack-11)

Rocky Point's Logan Sciotto needed to hang on to Anthony Dibartolo to win this 132 pound semi, by a close 2-1 margin. Sciotto (48-4) went on to win in the finals.

MASSAPEQUA WINS NASSAU COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS