​​​​​​​​  PLAINVIEW JFK  52            CALHOUN  27


  99- Double Forfeit

106- Ray Adams (Cal) tech fall Kenny Sessler 18-3

113- James Gallo (Cal) pinned Zach Brookspan 3:02

120- Cooper Dorf (PJFK) pinned Rahil Soomoro : 56

126- Bradley Sender (PJFK) pinned Ed Kravitz 3:00

132- Harrison Graf (PJFK) pinned Michael Murphy 5:16

138- Ben Sica (PJFK) pinned Jordan Burr 4:52

145- Nate Bastien (Cal) maj.dec. Jake Glickman 15-4

152- Max Yahre (PJFK) pinned Evan Dier-Allen :42

160- Michael Patti (Cal) pinned John Munoz 1:53

170- Travis Edrehl (PJFK) pinned Andrew Foy (Cal) 1:05

182- Aaron Bater (PJFK) maj. dec. Joshua Liatto 10-1

195- Henry Baranowski (PJFK) pinned Max Smith 2:39

220- Jacob Bater (PJFK) pinned Darguens  2:31

285- John Fiore (Cal) won by foreit


MAT NOTES:

    Plainview upset Calhoun, 52-27, as the Hawks won nine bouts and registered eight falls in the dual meet. The Hawks' head coach Pat Morgan had top performances from Cooper Dorf who used a tight cross-face cradle for a first period pin in his 126-pound bout, all-county Max Yahre who clamped his opponent in 42 seconds and Travis Edrehl at 170 pounds. Calhoun won the first two bouts, as Ray Adams (18-6) used a barrage of takedowns and bar-arm tilts en route to a 18-3 tech fall at 106 and James Gallo posted a fall at 113 pounds to give the Colts a short-lived 11-0 lead. Head coach Peter Marques and able assistant Dane Nordland also got wins from Nate Bastien who scored with his double leg take downs for a 15-4 major decision at 145 and Michael Patti with a first period fall at 160.

   Calhoun hosted Alumni Night and honored legendary New York State and National Wrestling Hall-of-Fame coach Bob Bury who compiled a dual meet mark of 200-77-6 over his 23-year tenure. Bury coached two NCAA champions (Tom Schlendorf and John Walter), along with eight state champions, including his son Bob (1976-77-78). Some of the noted alumni in attendance were; state finalists - Wally Jaskot and Vin Paolano, son Rich Bury, Mike Davey (South Side HS) and match official John Hamilton (a 1970 alum). His National Hall-of-Fame plaque was presented by coordinator Ed Gould and Hamilton during a mid-match ceremony and now will proudly be displayed at Calhoun High School.

Plainview's Bradley Sender works for a fall at 126 pounds.

Plainview's Jacob Bater controls Calhoun's Darguens Noel at 220 pounds.

Plainview's Henry Baranowski works for a pin at 195 pounds.

Plainview's Cooper Dorf picked up a first period pin at 120 pounds.

Plainview  head coach Pat Morgan.

Plainview's Travis Edrehi squares off with Calhoun's Andrew Foy at 170 pounds.

Tobay crowd.

Plainview's Aaron Bater scores a major decision at 182 pounds.

Calhoun's Nate Bastien works a switch at 145 pounds.

Referee John Hamilton

Max Yahre of Plainview holds down Evan Dier-Allen of Calhoun en route to a first period fall at 152 pounds.

Calhoun's Michael Patti scores a fall at 160 pounds.

Plainview's Ben Sica in control at 138 pounds.

PLAINVIEW JFK HOLDS DOWN    CALHOUN 52-27

Calhoun's James Gallo works for a fall at 113 pounds.

Coach Dane Nordland  and Colts head coach Pete Marques.

Plainview's Harrison Graf at 132 pounds.

Calhoun's Ray Adams works his bar arm to score an 18-3 tech fall at 106 pounds.

Calhoun Alumni 2020 honoring coach Bob Bury.