Rocky Point's Anthony Sciotto secures his wrist and leg to pin Northport's Jacob Borland in the 113 pound Suffolk County final. Rocky Point scored 142.5 points to beat Hauppauge (126.5).

Vito Arujau and Yianni Diakomihalis

NCAA PREVIEW UPDATE

  MATTITUCK CROWNS 8 TO WIN

 SUFFOLK COUNTY - DIVISION II

Vinny Vespa of Hofstra works to escape from Jimmy Pawleski of Brown. Vespa scored a 6-2 decision at 133 pounds.

     Now in its 14th year of a two-division format, a total of 480 wrestlers, including 14 defending champions and two former state winners, will participate in the 55th annual NYSPHSAA Wrestling Championships at the Times Union Center on February 24th and 25th.
     Defending Division I champions include three-time champions junior Jacori Teemer (24-1, 174-5) of Long Beach-8 at 132 and Vito Arujau (33-0, 212-1) of Syosset-8 at 138, along with sophomore Adam Busiello (31-1, 181-8) of ESM-11 at 120 and junior Frankie Gissendanner (41-1, 229-11) of Penfield-5 at 152 pounds. Four-time state winner Yianni Diakomihalis was sidelined by a season- ending injury and will finish his stellar high school career with an unbelievable 243-3 mark and a state record of 201 consecutive victories. Arujau now has a 170-match win streak and Diakomihalis finished with a state record 201 consecutive wins. They will be college teammates for the Big Red of Cornell next season. Other reigning champions include the Hilton-5 tandem of two-time titlist Louie DePrez (46-0, 256-29) at 182 and Yianni's younger brother Greg Diakomihalis (42-0) at 113, along with Ryan Ferro (34-0) of Warwick Valley-9 and thrower Terron Robinson (35-1, 122-24) of Walt Whitman-11 at 220 pounds.

CURRENT

NCAA

RANKINGS

FROM INTERMAT

 

 

 ROCKY POINT WINS THE SUFFOLK COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS

 BROWN TRIPS UP HOFSTRA IN FINAL DUAL MEET OF THE SEASON

ST. ANTHONY'S WINS  NSCHSAA

VITO ARUJAU and LOUIE DEPREZ selected for TEAM USA vs PA ALL-STARS in the DAPPER DAN CLASSIC on March 25th in

Pittsburgh, PA

NCAA

SCOREBOARD:

     Hofstra dropped the last dual meet of the season to Brown 23-12 and falls to 6-11 overall. The Pride won the first two  matches with Jacob Martin, 6-4 at 125 pounds and Vinny Vespa 6-2 at 133 pounds. A forfeit by Hofstra at 141 pounds tied the score but with a come back 4-2 overtime win by Ryan Burkert at 149 pounds had Hofstra ahead 9-6. The Bears won four the last five matches to put it at of reach, the only other Pride win was Nezar Haddad at 197 pounds.

     Hofstra travels to Lewisburg, Pennsylvania for the EIWA Championships on March 3rd and 4th.


NEW YORK STATE INTERSECTIONAL TOURNAMENT


FEB.  24th and 25th


TIMES UNION CENTER,

ALBANY, NY


 # 2 PENN STATE SCORES 27 UNANSWERED POINTS TO BEAT 

# 1 OKLAHOMA STATE 27-13

Jacori Teemer

NEW YORK STATE HIGH SCHOOL

 TOURNAMENT PREVIEW

LOCUST VALLEY WINS DIVISION II NASSAU CHAMPIONSHIP

 WANTAGH WINS NASSAU COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS


CORNELL     19 

OHIO STATE   18


Palacio, Realbuto & Dean pace the Big Red to victory


PENN STATE    27

OKLA STATE   13

Nick Piccinnini (125) wins by default


  NC STATE       23

MICHIGAN      15


LEHIGH      23

RUTGERS   10


BINGHAMTON  46

BLOOMSBURG  0


BUFFALO   31 

BINGHAMTON  9


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 # 8 CORNELL EDGES

# 4 OHIO STATE 19-18

Brown's CJ Fragola foot sweeps Hofstra's Bobby Fehr. Fehr moved up two weight classes to 184 pounds but dropped a 10-4 decision.

LONG ISLAND

RETURNING STATE CHAMPIONS

 

ADAM BUSIELLO JONATHAN GOMEZ

HUNTER DUSOLD

JACORI TEEMER

VITO ARUJAU
TERRON ROBINSON


 JIM & TONY NORDLAND TO BE INDUCTED INTO THE NATIONAL WRESTLING HALL OF FAME

Wantagh's Jonathan Loew turns in on Long Beach's Greg Wildstein in 160 pound semifinal action at the Nassau County Championships. Lowe won the County title with a 10-0 final decision as Wantagh outpointed Long Beach (343.5 to 328) in an epic battle to win the Nassau County team title.

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NCAA TOP TEN

 1. Penn State                            

  2. Oklahoma State

  3. Iowa

  4. Ohio State

  5. Virginia Tech

  6. Nebraska

  7. Missouri

  8. Cornell

  9. Lehigh

10. Illinois/Minnesota

       LI TOP TEAMS

  1. Long Beach 

  2. Wantagh

  3. Rocky Point

  4. Hauppauge

  5. Mattituck

  6. Massapequa

  7. Eastport-South Manor

  8. Lindenhurst

  9. John Glenn/SmithWest

10. Brentwood/NBabylon

11. Farm/St. Ant/Commack

12. LVall/Connetquot/Islip