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Jack helps No. 25 Wolfpack upset Pitt
Danbury freshman Kevin Jack (141) won his first collegiate dual meet to help No. 25 North Carolina State upset No. 14 Pittsburgh Sunday. … Coast Guard (13-6) beat Merchant Marine to capture the Superintendent’s Trophy. Senior All-American Nate Giorgio improved to 34-0 with a 30 second pin. … Wesleyan freshman Isaiah Bellamy of Bozrah was named New England Wrestling Association’s rookie of the week. Bellamy is currently 19-4 on the season. … NEWA posted its latest coaches poll with Roger Williams as the top-ranked team in New England. … NEWA also released its collegiate rankings with Newington’s Chris Chorzepa of Williams still No. 1 at 184 pounds. Newington’s Brian Amato of WPI (125) and Giorgio (133) are also ranked No. 1 in New England. Click here for more in our weekly look at collegiate wrestling in the state and around New England.
With nine pins and 10 victories, Brunswick School (21-1) won the town wrestling crown with a dominating 57-12 win over Greenwich High. The match came two days after the Bruins won their second straight Western New England tournament title.
Monday, February 15
Newtown bumps Xavier
from top spot in poll
Newtown ended Xavier’s two-week run on top of the Norwich Bulletin’s state coaches poll. The Nighthawks, who won their first SWC title on Saturday, moved ahead of Xavier, despite the Falcons getting six first place votes. Newtown had three first place votes. Danbury with two first place votes moved up one spot to No. 3.
Saturday, February 14
Newtown beats New Milford for first-ever SWC tourney title
No. 3 Newtown had five individual champions and plenty of pins throughout the tournament to beat No. 2 New Milford, 258½ to 214 and captured the Southwest Conference tournament for the first time. The Nighthawks had finished to the Green Wave in 2012 and 2014. The tournament was cancelled in 2013 (blizzard). Luca Crudo (113), Ed Lovely (126), Anthony Falbo (170), Andy Hubina (195) and Tom Long (220) won for Newtown. Pomperaug’s A.J. Ryan (152) was the outstanding wrestler and helped the Panthers finish third. … No. 1 Xavier had 11 wrestlers in the finals and seven won as the Falcons won the SCC Tournament for the fifth time with a tournament record 233 points. Xavier’s 113-point margin over Foran-Milford was the second largest in tournament history. Xavier’s Patrick Moynihan and Chidi Broderick won for the second straight year. It was Foran’s best-ever finish in the SCC Tournament and they beat third-place Hand by six points, 120-114. Branford’s Dakota Carden was the tournament’s outstanding wrestler. … For the 29th time in 30 years, Danbury won the FCIAC Tournament with six individual champions. Danbury had 293 points with Fairfield Warde taking second with 222½. Danbury’s Johnny Garcia (182) won his third FCIAC title (2013 tournament was snowed out). Danbury freshman Victoria Goncalves (99) became the first girl to win a FCIAC title, beating Wilton’s Finn McGovern by tech fall in the final, 16-1. …Windham was on its way to its first ECC championship since 2004. Sebby Ruffino won an ECC title at 126 and Alex Perez had just topped Fitch top-seeded Billy Goff, 3-2 to win at 160. But Perez was ejected from the tournament for making an unsportsmanlike gestures to the crowd and Windham was lost 27 points (24 points earned by Perez and three penalty points). Because of approaching snow, the finals were held before the consolation finals round (third and fifth place bouts). When the consolation round began, Windham led Ledyard by just 10 points and the Colonels cut the lead to two but Windham’s Jakir Gomez (195) and Dominic Rivera (138) and Javier Alicea (138), Hector Alvarado (182) and Michael Rivera (145) finished fifth to lift the Whippets to the title. Windham beat Ledyard, 216-210. Lyman Memorial/ Windham Tech’s Brandon Lobusch (120) was named the outstanding wrestler. Perez won’t be eligible to wrestle in this week’s Class S tournament. … With seven finalists and six individual champions, Terryville won the Berkshire Valley Invitational with 205½ points with Derby taking second with 193 points. The Red Raiders had seven finalists and three individual champions. Terryville’s George Andrews (152) was the outstanding wrestler. … In its final appearance in the NCCC Tournament, Avon won for the 21st time with a 236-131 win over Granby, which finished second for the third time in its history. Avon, which is going to the CCC next year, had five individual champions and eight finalists. … … In the Central Connecticut Conference, some coaches want a postseason tournament while others do not. Berlin hosted the Central Connecticut Invitational with several CCC teams, Old Saybrook/Westbrook and HK. Due to CIAC regulations, there was no team scoring or individual champions. Participating wrestlers were placed into three groups – elite, average, young. Each wrestler had two or three bouts to prepare for the state tournament. … Greenwich’s Brunswick School won its second straight Western New England Independent School Wrestling Association (WNEISWA) championship in New Haven with Jon Errico (138), Matt Marvin (195) and Joe Fervil (285) winning titles. Brunswick beat Green Farms Academy, 258-236½ with Trinity-Pawling (175) and Avon Old Farms (142) and Chase Collegiate (134) following.
Friday, Feb. 13
Danbury holds lead in FCIAC tournament
Danbury holds a 22-point lead over Fairfield Warde after day 1 of the FCIAC Tournament at New Canaan. Click here for the brackets and scores through the quarterfinals. … At the ECC Tournament, Windham leads Ledyard by 16 points with 10 wrestlers into the semifinals. Ledyard has seven in the semis. Wrestling is scheduled to begin at 12:30 p.m. … Wrestling in the SCC Tournament begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday at Amity in Woodbridge at 9 a.m. Here are the seeds for the SCC tournament. … The Berkshire Valley Invitational, which has teams from the BL and NVL, will begin at 9 a.m. at Nonnewaug to try and avoid any disruptions from the weather. They hope to start the finals around noon.
NCCC Tournament at East Windsor
Central Connecticut Invitational at Berlin
SWC Tournament at Bunnell-Stratford
Thursday, Feb. 12
Conference tourneys set for this weekend
It’s conference championship weekend around the state. The FCIAC’s Joe Sikowski championship wrestling tournament will be held at New Canaan High on Friday and Saturday. Wrestling begins at 4:30 p.m. on Friday with the quarterfinals to follow. On Saturday, semifinals and consolation quarterfinals begin at 10 a.m. The third place and fifth place bouts begin at 2 p.m. with the finals at 4 p.m. … In the Southwest Conference at Bunnell in Stratford, wrestling begins Saturday morning at 9 a.m. … At the ECC Tournament at Windham High, wrestling begins Friday at 4:30 p.m. and on Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m. … Wrestling in the SCC Tournament begins Saturday at 9 a.m. at Amity in Woodbridge.
Simsbury surges at end to beat Farmington for CCC West pennant
No. 8 Simsbury erased a 12-point deficit and won the final five matches to win its second straight CCC West championship with a 42-24 victory over Farmington. … South Windsor (17-4, 6-0) won its first CCC North championship since 2011 with a 48-36 victory over Glastonbury. … Bristol Eastern captured its fifth straight CCC South title with a 49-21 win over cross-town rival Bristol Central. The Lancers have won 30 consecutive CCC South bouts since losing to Central in the 2010 season finale. …Platt High prevailed in the battle for the Silver City for the fourth season in a row with a 42-30 win over Maloney in Meriden. … The co-op of Suffield/Windsor Locks/East Granby finished with a record of 10-2 and 7-2 in the NCCC with a 37-30 victory over Granby. … Tied at 33-33 with two matches remaining, Southington picked up wins from Josh Gravel (145) and Shawn Devin (152) to beat New Britain, 43-33. … Avon (20-2, 9-0 NCCC) wrestled in its final NCCC bout and rolled to an easy 69-6 victory. The Falcons, who have won 60 straight league matches dating back to 2007, will join the Central Connecticut Conference next season. … Holy Cross won all four of the matches on the mat and earned its first dual meet victory of the season in a 36-30 win over Gilbert. … Foran (27-4, 3-1 SCC A) extended its single season record for wins to 27 with a 44-30 win over Branford. … Fermi (10-6, 3-1 CCC East) finished the season with a 45-33 win over Newington. … Conard (18-13) scored 33 unanswered points to erase a 13-point deficit and beat Hall 43-23 in West Hartford. ... On Senior Night, No. 3 Newtown had seven pins in a 59-18. New Milford’s Anthony Falbo (170) had 12 takedowns in his 27-12 win by technical fall. … Somers (11-10) had four pins in a 46-17 win over Coventry. … St. Paul won its 11th match with a 51-18 win over Rockville.
Tuesday, Feb. 10
Warde clinches another FCIAC East title
No. 5 Fairfield Warde won 13 of 14 matches with eight pins to clinch the FCIAC East title for the 10th straight year with a 69-6 win over Brien McMahon. Warde improves to 21-2 and 7-0 in FCIAC East. … No. 4 Danbury (15-3, 7-0) clinched the FCIAC West title with a 58-9 win over Stamford. … Ellis Tech improved to 16-7 with a 51-27 win over St. Paul. … With three pins, New Canaan (8-12) outlasted Wilton, 42-36. ... Fairfield Prep (13-3, 5-0) had five pins in a 46-23 win over Jonathan Law to clinch the SCC B Division title
Monday, Feb. 9
Xavier retains top spot in coaches poll
For the first time this season, a team is ranked No. 1 in the state coaches poll on back-to-back weeks. Xavier (18-3) remained as the No. 1 team in the state. New Milford, which beat Danbury for the first time since 2010 last week, moved up from No. 6 into the second spot. Newtown is third and the Hatters slip to fourth place. … Xavier hasn't lost to a Connecticut team this season. The three losses for Xavier came from Mt. Anthony, Vt., Timberlane, N.H. and Bishop Hendricken, R.I. ... Snow continues to impact the wrestling season. Several matches scheduled for Monday were rescheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Sunday, Feb. 8
League titles on the line in next three days
In the final three days of the regular season, the races for several titles will be determined. For the third straight year, the CCC West title will be the winner of Wednesday’s match between Simsbury and Farmington. Both teams are 5-0 in the league. The match is at Simsbury. South Windsor (CCC North), Bristol Eastern (CCC South) and E.O. Smith (CCC East) can clinch their division titles with victories on Wednesday. In the Southern Connecticut Conference, Xavier (3-0 SCC A) has matches remaining at Foran-Milford (3-1 SCC A) on Monday and Hand (2-2 SCC A) on Tuesday. If they can win both, they capture the SCC A Division. In SCC B, Jonathan Law (3-0 SCC B) and Fairfield Prep (4-0 SCC B) will battle for the B Division title on Tuesday in Fairfield providing that Law beats Amity on Monday night.
Giorgio is first Coast Guard wrestler to win All-Academy title
KINGS POINT, N.Y., Feb. 8 -- All-American Nate Giorgio won his 100th collegiate match and became the first Coast Guard wrestler to win an individual title at the All-Academy Championships. Giorgio (33-0) won at 133 pounds and was named the most outstanding wrestler at the event that features teams from Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Virginia Military, The Citadel, Norwich University and Merchant Marine. Giorgio is just the fourth Division III wrestler to win a title in the tournament and the first since 2010.
113: Brandon Aguda (G) dec. Andrew Hennessy 8-2; 120: Emmett Bell (B) pin. Brian Harvey 3:38; 126: Mickey Russell (G) dec. Tim Saunders 13-9; 132: Bryce Stanback (G) dec. Sandro Mariani 6-2; 138: Jon Errico (B) pin. Jack Barter :45; 145: Kyle Davis (B) pin. Mike Ceci 5:37; 152: Ethan Ross (G) dec. Jack Jones 11-5; 160: Aiden Reynolds (B) pin. Mark Nielsen 4:57; 170: Lucas Bell (B) pin. Alex Nanai 2:40; 182: Alex Russell (B) pin. Peyton Larkin 1:03; 195: Matt Marvin (B) pin. Andreas Zervos 2:19; 220 - Lachlan Rosato (B) dec. Erik Menchaca 7-4; 285: Joe Fervil (B) pin. Chris Fischer 3:01; 106: Brooks Hennessy (B) pin. Dylan Ehret 1:19.
Record: Brunswick 21-1
Wednesday, February 11
Avon 69, Enfield 6
Bristol Eastern 49, Bristol Central 21
Canton 36, East Windsor 24
Conard 43, Hall 23
Chase Collegiate 60, Hyde-Woodstock 9
Chase Collegiate 72, Gunnery 6
East Haven 48, Cheshire 43
Fermi 45, Newington 33
Foran 44, Branford 30
Griswold 78, Old Saybrook/Westbrook 6
Guilford 51, Shelton 24
Holy Cross 36, Gilbert-30
Killingly 46, Griswold 36
Morgan 48, Nonnewaug 31
Montville 84, St. Bernard/NT 0
New Haven 39, Amity 34
New Milford 48, Joel Barlow/Immaculate 3
Newtown 59, New Fairfield 18
Platt High 42, Maloney 30
Seymour 42, Northwestern 30
Simsbury 42, Farmington 24
Somers 46, Coventry 17
South Windsor 48, Glastonbury 36
Southington 43, New Britain 33
SMSA/University/Classical 48, Stafford 16
St. Paul 51, Rockville 18
Suffield/Windsor Locks/East Granby 37, Granby 30
Terryville 42, Portland 30
Trumbull 39, Ridgefield 33
Waterford 48, Lyman Memorial/WT 30
Windsor 44, East Catholic 30
East Hartford at Manchester
RHAM at E.O. Smith
Berlin at Plainville
Middletown at Wethersfield
Housatonic, Platt Tech/West Haven at Wolcott Tech
Masuk at Oxford
Simsbury 42, Farmington 24
106: Kyle Wolkner (F) forfeit; 113: Josh Kowalski (S) dec. Chris Neal, 7-6; 120: Joe Miano (F) dec. Vincent Palermo, 9-4; 126: Luke Popolizio (F) pin Jack Montgomery, 1:00; 132: Rob Misercordia (S) pin Ryan Dopp, 5:02; 138: Keith Penney (S) pin Sam Lohner, 2:40; 145: Ryan Juliano (S) dec. Zack Marin, 6-0; 152: Alan Mashkovich (F) pin Keith Ferdnandes, 1:14; 160: Xavier Amos (F) dec. Steven Feinberg, 4-0; 170: Sean Penney (S) pin Peter Bowser, 3:42; 182: John Daguerre-Bradford (S) dec. Sam Grabowski-Clark, 4-3; 190: Jake Feldman (S) pin Steve Perato, 1:02; 220: James DeMaio (S) pin Jeff Fuller, 1:43; 285: Lukas Stone (S) dec. Vinny Stevens, 2-1
106: Saikou Diallo (H) forfeit; 113: Brandon Yarish (D) forfeit; 120: Amir Phipps (H) forfeit; 126: Double forfeit; 132: Luis Morales (H) dec Will Crane 5-3; 138: Jon Maldonado (H) pin Jonas von Schmidt 1:27; 145: Steve Cavoli (D) pin Paul James 4:55; 152: Jack McCann (D) pin Jayneil Martinez 5:55; 160: Juan Matias (H) pin Oliver Smith 2:58; 170: Dequan Woods (H) dec Granit Hoti 5-2; 182: Xavier Bass (H) pin Jack Young 1:30; 195: Marcus Pagliarulo (D) pin Humberto Rodriguez 1:08; 220: Brandon Del Gatto (D) pin Emmanuel Donna 0:41; 285: Stephon O’Grinc (H) forfeit
Pomperaug 51, Bethel 27
182 Brendan MacIntyre (B) pin Mark Manson (P) 0:31; 195 Nick Cote (B) forfeit; 220 Jared Willsey (B) dec Brandon Hogestyn (P) 3-0; 285 Bryan DeOliviera (B) forfeit; 106 Ryan Amick (B) pin Michaela Quinn (P) 5:37; 113 Dan Germain (P) forfeit; 120 Kyle Sheehan (P) pin Vincent Giannone (B) 2:20; 126 Chad Ouellette (P) forfeit; 132 Christian Clarke (P) pin Mike Giordano (B) 0:50; 138 Matt Pangle (P) pin Robert Ruiz (B) 1:46; 145 Cole McGrath (P) forfeit; 152 Joe VonCulin (P) dec Max Khoshabo (B) 4-0; 160 A.J. Ryan (P) pin Josh Korson (B) 2:19; 170 Will Foschi (P) pin Alex Hoch (B) 2:23
138-Peterson Souza (D) forfeit; 145-Will Mills (D) dec. M. Abdul-Hakeem (S) 8-4; 152-Jarek LaPlant (D) major dec. Jake Heerman (S) 16-4; 160-Andrew Marquis (D) dec. Kevin Thomas (S) 11-6; 170-Matt Adam (D) dec. Addriy Mereschkak (S) 4-1; 182-Jonathan Spanakas (S) pin Marco Lazo (D) 1:22; 195-Lucien Metelski (S) dec. Eric Henry (D) 6-5; 220-Marcus Joyner (D) forfeit; 285-Michael Gaboardi (D) pin Greg Bortot (S) 2:40; 106-Jakob Camacho (D) pin Jose Najarro (S) 3:37; 113-Chris Sam (D) tech. fall Garey Mendez (S) 16-1; 120-Joey Hulse (D) pin John Frias (D) 1:09; 126-Aaron Occhipinti (D) major dec. Dominic Leckio (S) 10-2; 132-Justin Peterson (D) pin Jeremy Czmanksi (S) 1:41
Records: Danbury 15-3
Branford 43, Shelton 21
195: Rasmus (B) pin Torres 5:03, 220: Malcolm (S) dec Nim 4-1, 285: Tobin (S) FFT, 106: Jaisi (B) maj Cordes 19-6, 113: Pantami (B) pin Duhaime 3:19, 120: Reyes (S) dec Caron 13-8, 126: Rosa (S) dec Kelly 7-2, 132: Cash (B) pin Ercolani 3:44, 138: McGinnis (S) dec Carden 8-2, 145: Botte (B) dec Litts 8-3, 152: Temple (B) pin Persson :29, 160: Sloan (S) dec O'Neil 8-7, 170: Whitfield (B) pin Monaco 4:22, 182: D Caron (B) pin Sorrenson 1:20
99 (non-scoring) : Final -- Victoria Goncalves (Danbury) tech. fall Finn McGovern (Wilton) 16-1; 3rd: Zachary Taylor (Ludlowe) pin Andrew Ram (Ridgefield) 4:04; 5th:Robbie Barter (Greenwich) won by forfeit.
106 : Final -- Jakob Camacho (Danbury) pin Tristan Haviland (Trumbull) 1:16; 3rd: Nick Rende (Wilton) dec. Jesse Walker (Ridgefield) 5-3; 5th: Dylan Ehret (Greenwich) pin Luke Bender (Warde) 4:02.
113 : Final -- Aaron Occhipinti (Danbury) dec. Austin Sherman (Ludlowe) 5-4; 3rd: Brandon Aguda (Greenwich) dec. Alex Steele (Warde) 4-2; 5th: Byron Sleight (Ridgefield) dec. Luke Montgomery (Staples) 7-1.
120 : Final -- Jeremy Fields (Danbury) dec. George Wales (Ludlowe) 5-0; 3rd: Matt Conte (Westhill) dec. Jack Price (Warde) 7-0; 5th: Mike Mirmina (Trumbull) dec. Luke Schwartz (Norwalk) 4-0.
126 : Final -- Tim Kane (Warde) dec. Paulo Freitas (Danbury) 3-1; 3rd: Dante Montanaro (Trumbull) major dec. Andrew Blum (Westhill) 13-2; 5th: Quinn Reedy (Wilton) pin Dominic Leckie (Stamford) 1:31.
132 : Final -- Cross Cannone (Trumbull) major dec. Justin Peterson (Danbury) 9-0; 3rd: Colin Storm (Ridgefield) pin Aaron Beinstein (Warde) 2:28; 5th: Matthew Prior(Staples) pin Brandon Chejin (Westhill) 4:47.
138 : Final -- Charlie Kane (Warde) dec. Kevin Side (Ridgefield) 5-1; 3rd: Bobby Clarke (Ludlowe) pin Jon Maldonado (Harding) 3:58; 5th: Justin Ludel (Staples) pin Alec Marquis (Danbury) 2:55.
145 : Final -- Dan Ebert (Warde) pin Will Mills (Danbury) 3:09; 3rd: Mohammed Abdul-Hakeem (Stamford) major dec. Mike Greco (Trumbull) 15-7; 5th: Dylan Chelednik (Ridgefield) pin Evan Zimmer (New Canaan) 1:52.
152 : Final -- Chase Lind (Ludlowe) dec. Adam Angelucci (Trumbull) 5-3; 3rd: Jarek Laplante (Danbury) dec. Ethan Ross (Greenwich) 5-1; 5th: Jake Heerman (Stamford) pin John Koletsos (Norwalk) 3:32.
160 : Final -- Stephan Briganti (Trumbull) pin Charles Lomanto (Staples) 3:31; 3rd: Mike Pelegrino (Warde) major dec. Andrew Marquis (Danbury) 17-6; 5th: Connor Halloran (Norwalk) major dec. Nick Bavosa (Westhill) 11-3.
170 : Final -- Joey Ryan (Trumbull) dec. Lee Stenild-Johansen (Ludlowe) 7-3; 3rd: Matt Adam (Danbury) major dec. Vasili Nikiforides (McMahon) 13-2; 5th: Jordan Goins (Westhill) dec. Joseph Tuccinardi 5-4.
182 : Final -- Johnny Garcia (Danbury) dec. Xavier Bass (Harding) 6-2; 3rd: Aaron Addotey (Warde) dec. Kyle McCormick (Ridgefield) 10-8; 5th: Jovaro Cucuta (Trumbull) dec. Will Arliss (New Canaan) 7-6.
195 : Final -- Alex Lobsenz (Warde) dec. Eric Henry (Danbury) 2-0; 3rd: Aidan Donovan (New Canaan) pin Lucien Metelski (Stamford) 3:35; 5th: Marcus Garcia (McMahon) pin Steffen Nobles (Wilton) 5:00.
220 : Final -- Marcus Joyner (Danbury) dec. Erik Menchaca (Greenwich) 7-3; 3rd: John Ocana (Warde) dec. Spencer Stovall (Darien) 3-1; 5th: Chase Stumpf (McMahon) dec. Ryan Russo (New Canaan) 4-1.
285 : Final -- Chris Fischer (Greenwich) pin Steve D'Amato (Trumbull) 1:08; 3rd: Michael Gaboardi (Danbury) dec. Stephon O'Grinc (Harding) 4-3; 5th: Billy Stapleton (Ludlowe) pin Tyler Mazut (Warde) 0:49.
Team results – 1. Windham 216, 2. Ledyard 210, 3. Waterford 155, 4. Montville 146, 5. Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech 119, 6. NFA 113½, 7. New London 113, 8. Killingly 85, 9. Fitch 80, 10. St. Bernard/Norwich Tech 63, 11. East Lyme 60½, 12. Griswold 53, 13. Woodstock Academy 47, 14. Bacon Academy 34
106: Final -- Jarod Kosman (Fitch) dec. Anthony Flores (Windham) 10-0; 3. Alex Starr (Lyman Windham Tech) dec. Noah Caskey (Montville), 7-2; 5. Bo Nguyen (Ledyard) pin Ray Riling (Woodstock Academy) 1:19
113: Final -- Matthew Dowler (St Bernard Norwich Tech) dec. Matthew Foster (Norwich Free Academy) 4-2; 3. Derek Schultz (Ledyard) dec. Javier Flores (Windham) 8-0; 5. Zack Burgess (Killingly) dec, Ryan Botseas (Waterford), 2-0, 2 OT
120: Final -- Braden Lobusch (Lyman Windham Tech) pin Jacob Martin (Windham) 4:53; 3. Pabel Pascual (New London) dec. Kevin Fletcher (Killingly) 10-5; 5. Sam Cummings (Ledyard) dec. Bryan Brown (Fitch) 6-2
126: Final -- Sebastian Ruffino (Windham) dec. Alejandro Paulino (New London) 8-6; 3. Zach Looney (Montville) dec. Christian Fogg (Ledyard) 4-0; 5. Roger Moyer (Lyman Windham Tech) dec. Luther Wade (Waterford) 6-2
132: Final -- Zac Cassidy (Griswold) dec. Salvador Torres (Windham) 6-3; 3. Shane Fors (Ledyard) pin Mario Lin (St Bernard Norwich Tech) 2:18; 5. Michael Commander (New London) dec. Hunter Driscoll (Montville) 6-1
138: Final -- Sam Lindblom (Waterford) pin Mason Pagan (East Lyme) 2:37; 3. Dominic Rivera (Windham) dec. Brandon Bentley (Lyman Windham Tech) 11-2; 5. Sam Kury (Montville) dec. Andrew Antcliff (Ledyard) 8-0
145: Final -- Austin Concascia (Montville) dec. Josh Rahal (Ledyard) 8-1; 3. Connor O`Brien (Bacon Academy) dec. Noah Concascia (Waterford) 2-0; 5. Michael Rivera (Windham) dec.Kyle Bernard (East Lyme) 6-2
160: Final – No champion. Alex Perez, Windham, disqualified after the match. Perez won the actual match over Billy Goff, Fitch, 3-2; 3. Tony Hong (Norwich Free Academy) dec. Mitchell LaFlam (Lyman Windham Tech) 11-6; 5. Dakota Grover (Ledyard) dec. Ryan Gervais (Griswold) 17-3
170: Final -- Austin Caffrey (Killingly) dec. Dillon McCarthy (Waterford) 14-7; 3. Ian Concascia (Montville) dec. Jorge Hidalgo (New London) 1-0; 5. David Verizzi (Lyman Windham Tech) dec.Sean Doran (Norwich Free Academy) 7-5