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2010 Bristol Central Invitational Courtesy: Fury of Five
2010 Eastern States Classic Source: Hudson Valley wrestling
2010 Bristol Central Invitational At Bristol Team results – 1. Waterford 194, 2. Bristol Central 188, 3. Ledyard 185, 4. Bristol Eastern 184½, 5. Mohonasen NY 123½, 6. Middletown 84½, 7. Avon 73½, 8. Farmington 65, 9. Thomaston 63, 10. Jonathan Law 56 Individual results 95: Pyton Soucy, Bristol Eastern, pin Tyler Tessitore, Mohonasen, 0:34 103: Andrew Chase, Bristol Eastern, dec. Joelle Nieves, Waterford, 8-2 112: Josh Dess, Bristol Eastern, dec. Chan Keoveunexay, Farmington, 9-2 119: Jason Richardson, Jonathan Law, dec. Victor Ekpenyong, Middletown, 9-6 125: Mark Hitchcock, Mohonasen, dec. Colin Lombardi, Bristol Central, 7-2 130: Nick Cyr, Bristol Central, dec. Taylor Gunnels, Ledyard, 4-2 135: Clancy Emanuel, Waterford, dec. Kyle Oldham, Thomaston, 11-8 140: Brandon Mals, Bristol Eastern, pin Brandon Dibartolo, Gloucester Catholic, 0:48 145: Anthony Paturso, Mohonasen, pin Gordon Gendron, West Warwick, 4:31 152: 1 Alex Manwaring, Ledyard, pin Mike Hogan, Avon, 5:21 160: Austin Darley, Bristol Central, dec. Chris Bachand, St. Paul, 5-3 171: Shane Sullivan, Ledyard, dec. Devon Carrillo, Middletown, 13-8 189: Shane Battista, Waterford, dec. Sean O'Connell, Farmington, 4-1 215: Luke Wiggins, Waterford, dec. Sunny Portelance, Avon, 9-4 285: D.J. Sanderson, Bristol Central, dec. Tyrell Eason, Bristol Eastern, 9-7 Outstanding wrestler: Jason Richardson, Law, 119
n Jonathan Law's Jason Richardson outduel's Middletown's Victor Ekpenyong, 9-6 to win the 119 pound title and the Outstanding Wrestler award
Bris. Central Invitational (119)
n Bethel's Andrew Lischke beats East Haven's Tom Ayala in overtime, 6-4 to win the State Open championship.
n Shelton's Rob Ferrante beats Killingly's Brandon Thuotte, 3-2 to win the State Open championship at 125 pounds.
New Englands State Open Class S NWC Tourney SWC Tourney Mt. Anthony vs. Danbury BC Invitational and more
n Waterford's Clancy Emanuel prevails in finals at 135 pounds with an 11-8 win over Thomaston's Kyle Oldham
Bristol Central Invit. (135)
n In the final at 215 pounds, Waterford's Luke Wiggins outlasts Sonny Portelance of Avon, 9-4
Bristol Central Invit. (215)
n Bristol Central's Austin Darley beats St. Paul's Chris Bachand in a cross-town battle in the 160-pound final, 5-3
Bristol Central Invit. (160)
n Waterford's Shane Battista outlasts Farmington's Sean O'Connell, 4-1 in the 189 pound final in the 2010 Bristol Central Invitational
Bristol Central Invit. (189)
n In the 130 pound championship, Bristol Central's Nick Cyr beats Ledyard's Taylor Gunnels, 4-2
Bristol Central Invit. (130)
Video: Danbury's Costanzo falls in final at 119, 1-0 LOCH SHELDRAKE, N.Y., Jan. 9 -- One eastern New York state writer called the 72-team Eastern States Classic the most prestigious regular season tournament in New York. Some argue that it is tougher than the New York state tournament because the field includes small and large schools from New York and challenging competitors from out of state. Danbury’s Charlie Costanzo (119) lost in the finals to Shenendehowa’s Nick Kelly, 1-0. Click on the following link to see video from the championship match.
2010 New England Tournament Source: MassWrestling.com
n In the 103 pound final, two-time New Hampshire champion Zach Bridson of Timberlane beats Bristol Eastern's Andrew Chase, 18-5.
n Shelton's Patrick Gillen completes an undefeated season (49-0) with a 7-0 win over James Collins of Reading, Mass.
n In the finals at 119 pounds, Danbury's Charlie Costanzo wins his first New England title with a 3-1 win over undefeated Corey Melo of New Bedford, MA
Additional video Courtesy of Massachusetts Wrestling.com
2010 State Open Tournament Source: Fury of Five
n Bristol Eastern's Andrew Chase wins the Open title in overtime over Conor Kirkegard of New Milford, who beat him a week earlier for the Class L title
n Shelton's Patrick Gillen has to go to overtime to win his first State Open title over Luke Wiggins of Waterford, 4-2
n Andrew Ford of Bethel wins his second State Open title with a dominating 13-3 win over Jesse Broderick of New Fairfield.
n Waterford's Shane Battista prevails over hometown favorite Tito Slaughter of New Haven in double OT, 3-2
n In the finals at 119 pounds, Danbury's Charlie Costanzo wins his third straight State Open title with a 3-1 win over WIndham's Taylor Grauer
2010 State Open At New Haven Team results -- 1. Danbury, 98½; 2. South Windsor, 84; 3. New Milford, 67½; 4. Daniel Hand, 64; 5. Bacon Academy, 57; 6. Fairfield Warde, 54½; 7. Waterford, 50; 8. Middletown, 49; 9. Nonnewaug, 48; 10. Xavier, 45 Individual results 103 Championship: Andrew Chase, Bristol Eastern def. Conor Kirkegard, New Milford, 7-5, OT 112 Championship: Victor Ekpenyong, Middletown def. Ross Spencer, East Lyme, 14-2 119 Championship: Charlie Costanzo, Danbury def. Taylor Grauer, Windham, 3-1 125 Championship: Tyler Tilbe, Nonnewaug def. Ed Carroll, Daniel Hand, 6-4, OT 130 Championship: Brendan Quinn, Pomperaug def. Casey Mitchell, South Windsor, 4-2, OT 135 Championship: Joe Sargenti, South Windsor def. Brandon Walsh, Griswold, 7-1 140 Championship: Nick Giulietti, Sheehan def. Aaron Cardona, Maloney, 5-4 145 Championship: P.J. Mickens, Bacon Academy def. Jake O’Dell, South Windsor, 5-3, OT 152 Championship: Andrew Ford, Bethel def. Jesse Broderick, New Fairfield, 13-3 160 Championship: Alex Carpenter, Amity def. Dustin Wilcox, Montville, pin 4:28 171 Championship: Kyle Copes, Cheshire def. Devon Carrillo, Middletown, 11-3 189 Championship: Shane Battista, Waterford def. Tito Slaughter, New Haven, 3-2, 2 OT 215 Championship: Pat Gillen, Shelton def. Luke Wiggins, Waterford, 4-2, OT 285 Championship: Ronnie Walter, Nonnewaug def. Jeff Starr, Brien McMahon, 3-1, OT