Tyler Kitchen (SWR) lifts James Jones (BBP) en route to a 4-2 victory at 126 pounds.

Joe Sparacio (BBP) uses his headlock for near fall points in a 9-5 win at 120 pounds.

Craig Jablonski of Shoreham Wading River works for a fall at 106 pounds. SWR beat Bayport-Bluepoint 62-16 to improve to 3-0 on the year.

SHOREHAM WADING RIVER STOPS BAYPORT-BLUEPOINT 62-16

Dan Dacos (SWR) works his half for a first period fall at 160 pounds.

Victor Sandor (BBP) picks up a first period fall at 138 pounds.

Referee Greg Isgro raises Jake Jablonski's  hand for Shoreham Wading River at 182 pounds. Isgro, along with the other Suffolk officials are wearing an armband in Memory of Hall of Famer Tom Riccio.

Jake Jablonski (SWR) works his headlock for a first period fall at 132 pounds.

Sean Miller (SWR) uses his overhead cradle for a fall at 145 pounds.

  Shoreham-Wading River  62   Bayport-Blue Point 16


  99- Kyle Barber (BBP) dec. Chris Colon 4-2
106- Chris Jablonski (SWR) pinned Riley Spencer 3:30
113- Max Gallagher (BBP) maj. dec. Tristen Petretti 11-1
120- Joe Sparacio (BBP) dec. Connor Pearce 9-5
126- Tyler Kitchen (SWR) dec. James Jones 4-2
132- Jake Jablonski (SWR) pined Dom Bonifazio 1:50
138- Viktor Sandor (BBP) pined Chris Anderson :55
145- Sean Miller (SWR) pinned Colin Gallagher 1:49
152- Connor Blumnie (SWR) won by forfeit
160- Dan Dacos (SWR) pinned TJ Spano 1:43
170- Brian Baumeister (SWR) won by forfeit
182- Anthony Giordano (SWR) pinned Sam Stenzinger :55
195- Jake Ekert (SWR) won by forfeit
220- Connor Delumen (SWR) won by forfeit
285- Dylan Blanco (SWR) won by forfeit


MAT NOTES:
   Shoreham-Wading River (3-0) defeated host Bayport Blue-Point 62-16 in a battle of Division II squads. The Wildcats  won 11 of the 15 contested bouts and were led by all-county matmen Criag Joblonski (106), Sean Miller (145) and Jake Ekert who received a forfeit win at 195 pounds. Both Jablonski and Miller were pin winners in their respective bouts and were  bronze medalists at the 2019 county meet. Both should vie for titles at the 2020 county championships. Other top performances were turned in by Jake Jablonski (a pin winner at 132) and Anthony Giordano who converted a headlock into a first period fall in his 182-pound bout.
   Bayport Blue-Point were paced by all-state grapplers; freshman Max Gallagher (5-0) at 113 and Joe Sparacio (4-1). Gallagher and Sparacio are reigning Division II county champions and will challenge for state crowns at the 2020 state meet in Albany. Gallagher scored with a single leg takedown and added a slick front headlock throw by takedown in the third period  en route to an 11-1 major decision against county finalist, sophomore Tristen Petretti. Sparacio, a sophomore, opened the scoring with a headlock and later was reversed by tough Connor Pearce, a junior, who used a headlock of his own in an entertaining bout that knotted the score at 5-5, at the end of the first period. Sparacio scored with a key third period reversal and added a tilt to emerge with an impressive 9-5 verdict in his 120-pound bout. The Phantoms also had a standout showing from Viktor Sandor who clamped his opponent at the :55 second mark in his 138-pound match.
    Both head coaches SWR's Joe Condon and BBP's Dave Cruz (his second year at the helm) showcased their respective talented teams with solid competition and sportmanship throughout the dual meet.


Kyle Barber (BBP) holds off Chris Colon (SWR)  at 99 pounds to win 4-2.

Max Gallagher (BBP) works for near fall points at 113 pounds.