Cornell's Vito Arujau (Syosset HS) earned All-American status finishing third at 125 pounds.

  1. Penn St (131.5 pts.)

​  2. Michigan (95)

  3. Iowa (74) 

  4. Arizona State (66.5)

  5. Nebraska (59.5)

  6. Northwestern (57)

  7. Cornell (54.5)

  8. Virginia Tech (52.5)

  9. Missouri (49.5)

10. NC State (49)


  The Empire State finished with four All Americans:

 

Vito Arujau (19-2) -

3rd at 125

Yianni Diakomihalis (28-0) - champion at 149

Jacori Teemer (22-3) -

6th at 157 

Jonathan Loew (30-8) -

8th at 184 pounds.

  

Suffolk's OSW winner Matt Marlow (right) wins the NYS title at 118 pounds with a 3-1 decision. Marlow (37-1) a sophomore, became Northport's first-ever state champion.

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​125- Vito Arujau

(*AA/3rdCornell/Syoss HS)


125- Anthony Noto

(DNP - Lk Hav/ HonFalls HS)

 

149- Yianni Diakomihalis

(*AA/1st - Cornell/Hilton HS)


149 - Willie McDougald

(DNP - Oklahoma/NiagF HS) 


149 - Colin Realbuto

(DNP-UNI/Iona HS)


149 John Arceri

(DNP - Buff/Huntington HS)


157- Jacori Teemer

​(*AA/6th - Ariz St/LgBch HS)


157- Hunter Richard

   (DNP - Cornell/HollPat HS)

 

165- Evan Barczak

(DNP - Drexel/Mon-Wood HS)


174- Jacob Nolan

(DNP - Bingham/Saranac HS)

 

184- Jonathan Loew

(*AA/8th - Cornell/Want HS)


197- Lou DePrez

(DNP - Binghamton/Hilt HS)

 

285- Zachary Knighton-Ward

(DNP - Hofstra/Uniond HS)

LONG ISLAND CAPTURES NINE

ALL-AMERICANS AT NHSCA CHAMPIONSHIPS @ VIRGINIA BEACH

NEW YORK STATE DREAM TEAM OF NCAA DIVISION I CHAMPIONS



  NCAA DIVISION I TOURNAMENT QUALIFIERS FROM NYS

(* All-American)

Cornell's Jonathan Loew (Wantagh HS) made All-American at 184 pounds.

SAYVILLE WINS SUFFOLK COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS 

Arizona State's Jacori Teemer (Long Beach HS) earned All-American finishing sixth at 157 pounds.

CURRENT

NCAA

RANKINGS

FROM INTERMAT


 

Sayville's Mack Murtha works for a fall and led the charge for the Golden Flashes over Miller Place. Murtha (36-0) went on to win the 172-pound the Suffolk County championship and earned the Most Pins Award.

 USA TOP TEN STATES

 1.  Pennsylvania

 2.  Ohio

 3.  California

 4.  Illinois

 5.  New Jersey

 6.  Iowa

 7.  New York

 8.  Michigan

​ 9.  Oklahoma

10. Minnesota

​       Indiana/Virginia

​​​102 - Dunia Sibomana

(3rd - Long Beach HS)


113 - Joe Clem

(2nd - Wantagh HS)

 

120 - Matt Marlow

(4th - Northport HS)


126 - Max Gallagher

(4th - Bayport/BluePoint HS


138 - Jackson Polo

(3rdCold Spring Harbor HS)


145 - Anthony Conetta

(5th - Massapequa HS)


145 - Frankie Volpe

​(6th - Hauppauge HS)​


152 - Ben Rogers

   (5th - Wantagh HS)

 

152 - Frankie Theroux

(8th - St. Anthony's HS)​​

     At the Heart of Healthcare  

                            on Long Island

LI CROWNS EIGHT

NEW YORK STATE CHAMPIONS

 PENN STATE WINS NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Crowns 5 Champions

 Joe Manfredi (51-0) from Herricks wins the NYS title at 110 pounds with a 5-1 decision.

Anthony Donatelli, MD 

Board Certified Family Medicine Physician

Dunia Sibomana (35-2) of Long Beach won the 102-pound New York State crown with pin at the 1:32 mark in the finals.

Cornell's Yianni Diakomihalis (Hilton HS) works for a takedown on Ridge Lovett of Nebraska. Diakomihalis (28-0) won this 149 pound final to capture his third NCAA title.

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Top seeded Joe Clem (38-0) of Wantagh won the gold medal at 118 pounds and helped the Warriors win the county team title.

NCAA   TOURNAMENT

FINAL TEAM
​ SCORES

NYS DIVISION I:

​​​102 - Dunia Sibomana

(Long Beach HS)


110 - Joe Manfredi

(Herricks HS)


118 - Matt Marlow

(Northport HS)


132 - Stephen Lukas

(Eastport/South Manor HS)


NYS DIVISION II:


126 - Max Gallagher

(Bayport/Bluepoint HS


132 - Joe Sparacio

(Mattituck HS)


138 - Jordan Soriano

(Clarke HS)


145 - Jackson Polo

(Cold Spring Harbor HS)​​​​

THE TREK TO

THE TITLE

The Dunia Sibomana Story



2022 NCAA Champions

Stephen Lukas (34-1) of Eastport-South Manor won the 132 New York State final with an exciting 9-6 verdict.

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In a battle of NCAA champs Penn State's Carter Starocci on the attack here came out on top defeating Virgina Tech's Mekhi Lewis at 174 pounds.

Daniel Jeran, DPM

​​Your Feet Will Thank You 


SECTION 9 WINS THE NEW YORK STATE TOURNAMENT 

 WANTAGH WINS NASSAU COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS

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