LONG ISLAND CROWNS FIVE CHAMPIONS:

TITUS, BUSIELLO, MAURIELLO, MOSHER AND SLACKMAN

125- Nick Piccininni

(2nd-Okla State-Ward Mel)


125- Vito Arujau

(8th-Cornell-Syosset)


​133- Derek Spann
(25th-
Buffalo-​​ Adirondack)


141- Yianni Diakomahalis

(1st-Cornell-Hilton)


141- Bryan Lantry
(18th-
Buffalo-Wayne)


141- Anthony Sparacio
(27th-
Binghamton-​​N Bab)


149- Parker Kropman
(30th-
Drexel-​​Penfield)


​157- Alex Smythe
(29th-Buffalo-​​Eden)


165- Jesse Dellavecchia

(14th-Rider-East Islip)


165- Troy Keller
(27th-Buffalo-​​N Tonaw)


174- Vincent DePrez
(27th-
Binghamton-​​Hilton)


184- Shakur Rasheed

(2nd-Penn State-Longwood)


184- Lou DePrez

(11th-Binghamton-Hilton)


184- Kevin Parker
(31st-
Princeton-​​Shen)


197- Ben Honis

(9th-Cornell-James-DeWitt)


197- Tom Lane

(21st-Cal Poly-GardenCity)


197- Brett Perry
(31st-
Buffalo-JJ-E Fishkill)


285- Youssif Hemida

(10th-Maryland-Mamaron)


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)

   NCAA TOP TEN

  1. Penn State (120 pts.)

​  2. Ohio State (88.5)

  3. Okla State (73.5)

  4. Iowa (68)

  5. Missouri (54)

  6. Cornell (52)

  7. Nebraska (51)

  8. Michigan (48)

  9. Minnesota (48)

10. Virginia Tech (45)

CURRENT

NCAA

RANKINGS

FROM INTERMAT


 

NYS DIVISION I TOP TEN 

 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 

PENN STATE LEADS THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS OVER OHIO STATE AND OKLAHOMA STATE

Long Island Wrestling

Adam Busiello (ESM)

5-Time NYS Champion

Cornell's Ben Honis stayed alive in the 197 pound consolations with this overtime win over Jay Aiello of UVA.

Kyle Mosher (Southside East )

New York State Champion - 160 lbs.


Mosher (45-1, 244-35) finally captured the elusive NYS title and went unscored upon in the entire tournament.


Cornell's Yianni Diakomihalis will be seeking his second NCAA crown and will face Jaydin Eierman (Missouri) in the semi finals.


Penn State's Jason Nolf woks for near fall points on Arizona State's Christian Pagdilao. Nolf won this quarterfinal matchup with a technical fall as Penn State leads the 2019 NCAA Championships in Pittsburgh.

NEW YORK WRESTLERS SEEDED IN THE

NCAA  TOURNAMENT

SECTION FIVE WINS NEW YORK STATE TOURNAMENT 

Oklahoma State All-American Nick Piccininni will meet Iowa's defending champion Spencer Lee in the semi finals. Piccininni defeated Pat Glory (Princeton), 9-5.

Ohio State's Miles Martin is in deep on  Lehigh's Ryan Preisch in the 184 poud quarterfinal. The top seed Martin won the match as Ohio State moved into second place.

NATIONALLY RANKED NEW YORK HS WRESTLERS

Adam Busiello (Eastport - South Manor)

New York State Champion - 138 lbs.


Busiello (49-0, 280-8) was a six-time state finalist and pinned all four of his opponents to capture his fifth NYS title.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​NCAA HOST SITES

    2020- Minneapolis, MN

    2021- St. Louis, MO

    2022- Detroit, MI​​​.

Derek White of Oklahoma State won his quarterfinal match over  Matt Stencil  of CMU to help Okla State take over third place in the team scoring.

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