Shore Conference Wrestling

2024 Shore Conference Wrestling

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UPDATE - December 2nd

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12/14: Opening Day
1/5-1/6: Shore Conference Tournament
1/13: 2-Pound Allowance (Fat Saturday)
2/5: Sectionals Begin
2/17: Districts
2/23-2/24: Regions
2/29-3/2: States (Boardwalk Hall)

2/25: Regions
2/29-3/2: States (Boardwalk Hall)


Asbury Park: 12/15 at Holmdel
Barnegat: 12/15 at Lacey
Brick Memorial: 12/14 at Central Regional
Brick Twp: 12/14 vs Southern Regional
CBA: 12/14 vs Middletown North
Central: 12/14 vs Brick Memorial
Colts Neck: 12/15 at Manasquan
Donovan Catholic: 12/14 at Lakewood
Freehold Boro: 12/14 vs Freehold Twp
Freehold Twp: 12/14 at Freehold Boro
Holmdel: 12/15 vs Asbury Park
Howell: 12/14 vs Marlboro
Jackson Liberty: 12/14 vs Manchester
Jackson Memorial: 12/14 vs TR South
Keansburg: 12/14 vs Neptune
Keyport: 12/16 at Spotswood
Lacey: 12/15 vs Barnegat
Lakewood: 12/14 vs Donovan Catholic
Long Branch: 12/14 vs Monsignor Farrell, NY
Manalapan: 12/14 vs Middletown South
Manasquan: 12/15 vs Colts Neck
Manchester: 12/14 at Jackson Liberty
Marlboro: 12/14 at Howell
Matawan: 12/14 vs Red Bank Regional
Middletown North: 12/14 at CBA
Middletown South: 12/14 at Manalapan
Monmouth: 12/14 at Pinelands
Neptune: 12/14 at Keansburg
Ocean Twp: 12/14 vs Shore Reg
Pinelands: 12/14 vs Monmouth
Pt Beach: 12/16 - SC Holiday Tournament at Arthur P. Schalick
Pt Boro: 12/16 - Beast of the East
Raritan: 12/15 at RBC
RBC: 12/15 vs Raritan
Red Bank: 12/14 at Matawan
Rumson: 12/14 vs Wall
St John Vianney: 12/16 - Beast of the East
St Rose: 12/18 at Keyport
Shore: 12/14 at Ocean Township
Southern: 12/14 at Brick Twp
TR East: 12/15 vs TR North
TR North: 12/15 vs TR East
TR South: 12/14 at Jackson Memorial
Wall: 12/14 at Rumson





Freehold Boro: Ben Ostner
Freehold Twp: Chris Provow
Jackson Liberty: Gianni Ghione
Jackson Memorial: BJ Young
Manalapan: Jimmy Somma
Middletown South: Matt Rosner
Monmouth Regional: Anthony Costanza
Red Bank Regional: Jacob George



Previous Advancement pages have been updated with the realigned District & Regions for the 2024 season.

REGION 1  /  REGION 2  /  REGION 3  /  REGION 4  /  REGION 5  /  REGION 6  /  REGION 7  /  REGION 8




2023 Shore Conference State Medalists

State Champions
120: Anthony Knox (St John Vianney)

2nd State Title; SJV's 4th State Champion (Dean Peterson 2019, 2020 was also a 2-time Champ)
132: Anthony Santaniello (Brick Memorial)
2nd State Title; 4-time Finalist; Brick Memorial's 14th State Champion & 3rd 2-time State Champion & 2nd 4-time State Medalist; Voted Most Outstanding Wrestler
150: Matt Henrich (Southern)
Southern's 7th State Champion; 1st State Champion since Glenn Carson in 2009
215: Hudson Skove (Rumson)
Rumson's 1st State Champion; 6th State Championship for the Skove family (Luke: 3 / Jude: 1 / Andrew: 1 at Long Branch)

2nd Place
157: Zander Silva (CBA)

2nd medal for Silva (3rd in 2022); 3rd finalist in last 2 years for CBA; 8th 2nd-place finisher for CBA
165: Jasiah Queen (St John Vianney)
2nd medal for Queen (5th in 2022); 3rd 2nd-place finisher for Lancers
175: Harvey Ludington (Brick Memorial)
2nd medal for Ludington (1st in 2022); 12th 2nd-place finisher for Brick Memorial
215: Riley O'Boyle (Southern)
1st medal for O'Boyle; 13th 2nd-place finisher for Southern

3rd Place
126: Jack Zaleski (Middletown South)

4th medal for Zaleski (4th in 2021 & 2022, 5th in 2020); 2nd 4-time medalist for Middletown South
138: Alex Nini (CBA)
3rd medal for Nini (4th in 2022, 8th in 2021)
144: Julian George (CBA)
3rd medal for George (2nd in 2022, 8th in 2021)

4th Place
126: Conor Collins (Southern)

3rd medal for Collins (3rd in 2022, 2nd in 2021); 6th 3-time medalist for Southern
138: Joey Giordano (Long Branch)
1st medal for Giordano; 1st medal for Long Branch since 2020 (Zimmerman & O'Dwyer); 36th State medal for Long Branch

5th Place
113: Kurt Wehner (Donovan Catholic)

2nd medal for Wehner (7th in 2022); 1st 2-time medalist for Donovan Catholic; 3rd medal overall for the Griffins
138: Zac Reilley (Raritan)
1st medal for Reilley; 1st medal for Raritan since 2014 (Pat Toal); 11th medal overall for Rockets
175: Sabino Portella (RBC)
3rd medal for Portella (4th in 2022, 2nd in 2021); 1st 3-time medalist in RBC history

6th Place
132: Wyatt Stout (Southern)

1st medal for Stout; 1st time Southern has had multiple sophomore medalists (Stout & Hochstrasser)
190: DJ Henry (Howell)
1st medal for Henry; 36th medal for Howell; 8th straight season with a medalist for the Rebels
Hwt: Ryan Fischer (Jackson Memorial)
1st medal for Fischer; 61st medal for Jackson; 1st medal winner since 2020 (Epperly) for Jags

8th Place
106: Matthew Gould (St John Vianney)

1st medal for Gould; 4th freshman since 2018 to medal for SJV
132: Patrick O'Keefe (St John Vianney)
2nd medal for O'Keefe (2nd in 2022)
144: Hayden Hochstrasser (Southern)
1st medal for Hochstrasser: 1st time Southern has had multiple sophomore medalists (Stout & Hochstrasser)
150: Tyler Barrett (CBA)
2nd medal for Barrett (3rd in 2022)
157: David Hussey (Middletown South)
1st medal for Hussey; 9th different wrestler to medal for Eagles all-time
165: Cole Velardi (Southern)
2nd medal for Velardi (5th in 2022)
215: Robert Canterino (CBA)
1st medal for Canterino; 2nd wrestler all-time at 215 or above to medal for CBA


State Notes

Brick Memorial (1 Champion / 2 Medal Winners)

Brick Memorial (1 Champion / 2 Medal Winners)
Anthony Santaniello closed out his career as a Mustang with his 2nd State Title, becoming the third wrestler in program history to accomplish that feat. The title was Santaniello's 4th State medal overall, joining his brother Vincent as the only Mustangs to win four State medals. It cements Santaniello's legacy as one of the all-time greats at Brick Memorial. His 138 wins puts him 3rd on the Stangs' all-time wins list. He was a 4-time Region, 3-time District, and 2-time Shore Conference Tournament champion. Next up for Santaniello, the University of Oklahoma in the fall.

Sophomore Harvey Ludington made it to his 2nd State final in as many seasons, but was unable to repeat as champion, finishing as the runner-up at 175 to another returning State Champion, Simon Ruiz of Delbarton.

Santaniello and Ludington's State medals give Brick Memorial 71 all-time, which is the most for any Shore Conference team.
1st: Anthony Santaniello (132)
2nd: Harvey Ludington (175)
WB1: Michael Napolitano (106) / Mason Pirnik (150) / Trey Tallmadge (165) / Ben Szuba (190)

CBA (5 Medal Winners)
For the 2nd straight season, the Colts had 5 medal winners down in Atlantic City, which is the program high. Senior Zander Silva made it to the finals of the 157-pound bracket, dropping a 5-2 decision. It was the 2nd State medal of Silva's career, giving him a 2nd and a 3rd (2022). It caps off a run with the Colts that also saw Silva win a pair of Region Titles, and 3 District Titles. Next up for Silva is Princeton in the fall.

Senior Julian George and junior Alex Nini won their 3rd State medals with both wrestlers finishing 3rd at their weights, Nini at 138, and George at 144. George wrapped up his run with the Colts with an 8th place medal in 2021, a 2nd place medal in 2022, and this year's 3rd. A 3-time Region, and 2-time District Champ, George finished with 123 career wins, putting him 4th on the all-time wins list at CBA. He will continue his career on the mat at Wisconsin next year.

Senior Tyler Barrett closed his career with his 2nd State medal, finishing in 8th place at 150. He finished 3rd at this weight last season. A 2-time Region and 3-time District champion, Barrett is headed to the Ivy League next year as he attends Columbia.

The Colts' fifth medal winner was another senior, Rob Canterino, who took 8th at 215. Canterino is just the 2nd Colt all-time to win a medal at the 215/220 or above weight class. Another of the group of 4-year starters that will be graduating this June, Canterino will continue his career at Davidson.
​2nd: Zander Silva (157)
3rd: Alex Nini (138)  /  Julian George (144)
8th: Tyler Barrett (150)  /  Rob Canterino (215)
WB4: Robert Duffy (113)  /  AJ Falcone (126)  /  Anthony Lawrence (165)
WB3: Nick Stump (175)
WB2: Tyler Venet (120)

Central (0 Medal Winners)
Senior Cosmo Zaccaro's State Tournament run ended in the 3rd round of wrestlebacks on Friday, bringing his season, and career with the Golden Eagles, to an end.
Zaccaro finished with a 93-20 career record for Central, with 2 Region medals, and a District Championship in 2022. He was the Eagles first wrestler to qualify for back-to-back State Tournaments since Nick Weaver in 2005 and 2006, and advanced the furthest in the tournament since Tyler Pepe in 2020.
WB3: Cosmo Zaccaro (215)

Donovan Catholic (1 Medal Winner)
Kurt Wehner became the program's first ever 2-time medal winner with his 5th-place finish at 113 pounds. Wehner, who was a 7th-place finisher at 106 last season, matched former Griffin Jeremy DeNardo's 5th-place finish at 215 in 1996, as the highest for a Donovan Catholic wrestler. Prior to Wehner going back-to-back, DeNardo had been Donovan's only State medal winner.
5th: Kurt Wehner (113)
WB3: Dezmond Lenaghan (120)  /  Sawyer Ostroff (126)
WB1: Richard Davis (138)  /  Sam Rock (Hwt)

Freehold Boro (0 Medal Winners)
Senior Angelo Messina fell one win short of a State medal, dropping a tough 9-7 decision to Raritan's Zach Reilley in Friday night's Blood Round. It ends the career of one of the program's best wrestlers as Messina ends with 3 Region medals, 3 District Championships, and 108 career wins, which puts him 4th on the all-time wins list at Freehold.

Senior Joe Berryman also finished up his career with Freehold after being eliminated in the 2nd round of the wrestlebacks. Berryman was a 2-time State qualifier, a 2-time Region medalists, and a 2-time District medalist.
WB4: Angelo Messina (138)
WB2: Joe Berryman (165)

Freehold Twp (0 Medal Winners)
​The Patriots four representatives at this year's State Tournament all were eliminated in the 1st round of the wrestlebacks on Friday morning. It brings an end to the high school careers for Liam Flanigan, Aidan Harrington, and Nicholas Benjamino, who had all been a part of the Patriots' lineup since their freshmen seasons, and each won a pair of District medals.
WB1: Alexander Grant (126)  /  Liam Flanigan (144)  /  Aidan Harrington (190)  /  Nicholas Benjamino (215)

Holmdel (0 Medal Winners)
Freshman Alex Reyes came one win away from becoming just the 2nd wrestler in Holmdel history to win a State medal, dropping a narrow 3-1 decision to Paramus Catholic's Edward Terreri in the Blood Round. He finished the season with 37 wins, the most for a freshman in program history.
WB4: Alex Reyes (175)

Howell (1 Medal Winner)
Senior DJ Henry capped his career with a 6th place finish in Atlantic City, to claim his first State medal, and the 36th State medal overall for Howell. It also extends the Rebels' streak to 8 seasons with at least one State medalist.

Sebastian and Xavier Ortega both finished one win shy of earning a spot on the podium, with each dropping decisions in Friday night's Blood Round. For Sebastian it was his 2nd consecutive WB4 finish after placing 5th in 2021.
6th: DJ Henry (190)
WB4: Xavier Ortega (120)  /  Sebastian Ortega (126)
WB3: Giovanni Scafidi (132)
WB2: Kieran Bruen (144)
WB1: Gavin Merkel (157)

Jackson Liberty (0 Medal Winners)
​The season ended for Liberty on Friday morning with senior Jake Klein, junior Anthony Urso, and freshman Tucker Pazinko being eliminated in the 2nd round of wrestlebacks, while senior heavyweight Luis Valente was eliminated in WB1.

It notably brings an end to the high school career for Klein, a valuable 4-year stater for Liberty who finishes his career with 88 victories, 2 Region medals, and a District Title as part of his 3 District medals overall. He'll continue his career next season at TCNJ.
WB2: Anthony Urso (113)  /  Tucker Pazinko (120)  /  Jake Klein (190)
WB1: Luis Valente (Hwt)

Jackson Memorial (1 Medal Winner)
Senior heavyweight Ryan Fischer capped his career with a 6th-place finish in his first trip to Atlantic City. It is the 61st State medal in Jackson Memorial's history, the 2nd most for any Shore Conference team, and their first since 2020. For Fischer, it ends what was one of best years for a Jags' heavyweight in their long history. He became their 4th heavyweight ever to win a State medal, their first heavyweight Region champion, and 5th overall, since 2005, was a District Champion, and recorded 39 wins.
6th: Ryan Fischer (Hwt)
WB2: Cael Huxford (150)  /  Luke Hamann (165)
WB1: Joseph Weikel (106)  /  Justin Krosnicki (215)

Lacey (0 Medal Winners)
The season ended for Aidan Ott and Matt Coon in the 1st round of wrestlebacks on Friday morning. It also brings an end to the high school careers for both wrestlers.

Coon was a 4-year starter for the Lions, winning 87 bouts, 2 Region medals, and was 2-time District finalist, winning the D25 Championship in 2022.

Ott wrestled in 17 bouts his first two seasons, and had a breakout junior season, winning 27 matches and finishing 5th in the Region. He was a 2-time District finalist for the Lions.
WB1: Aidan Ott (132)  /  Matt Coon (190)

Manalapan (0 Medal Winners)
The season ended for Manalapan's senior trio of State qualifiers on Friday. Both Vincent DePierro and Anthony Vitola were 4-year starters for the Braves. They each won 2 District Titles, and were 3-time finalists, and both were 2-time Region medal winners. DePierro won 84 bouts for his career, while Vitola won 80.

Artem Reinikov-Jouk shined in his lone season in the Braves' lineup, winning 31 bouts and becoming the Braves first heavyweight to win a District title in 10 years.
WB2: Vincent DePierro (132)
WB1: Anthony Vitola (120)  /  Artem Reinikov-Jouk (Hwt)

Manasquan (0 Medal Winners)
​Torey Falkinburg's season ended in the wrestlebacks on Friday morning. Falkinburg was the Warriors' first State qualifier since Francis Marshall in 2017. It brings an end to Falkingburg's run with the Warriors, where he has been one of the main pieces of the program as the Warriors have begun a turnaround under coach Justin Barowski.

For his career, in addition to being Squan's first State qualifier in six seasons, Falkinburg was a 2-time District medalist, and amassed 73 career wins. He will be continuing his athletic and academic career at Gettysburg next season.
WB1: Torey Falkinburg (132)

Matawan (0 Medal Winners)
The season ended for Matawan's trio at States on Friday, with each having won at least one match. While Lawrence Liss and Colin Palumbo return next season, Friday brought an end to senior Ricky Gomez's run with the Huskies.

Gomez finishes his high school career with 99 victories, the 6th most in program history, a pair of Region medals, and was a 2-time District finalist, winning a title in 2023.
WB3: Lawrence Liss (120)
WB2: Richard Gomez (113)  /  Colin Palumbo (150)

Middletown North (0 Medal Winners)
The Lions' trio of State qualifiers were eliminated on Friday with Brady Klinsky and Lucas Ainbinder each winning a bout before elimination.

While Klinsky and Matt Castelli will both be back next season, it brings an end to Ainbinder's career with the Lions. The senior had a breakout season in 2023, winning 33 bouts, and placing 4th at Regions after winning the District 20 championship, the first postseason hardware of his career.
WB2: Brady Klinsky (106)  /  Lucas Ainbinder (215)
WB1: Matt Castelli (157)

Middletown South (2 Medal Winners)
Seniors Jack Zaleski and David Hussey closed out their careers on Saturday on the podium at Boardwalk Hall. It is the first time since 1993 that Middletown South has had multiple State medal winners in the same season, and brings their all-time total to 19 medalists.

For Hussey, he closes his career with his first State medal on his fourth trip. He adds the medal to a resume that includes 4 Region medals, including a 1st-place medal in 2022, 3 District Titles, and 105 career wins. Next up for Hussey is Duke University this fall.

Zaleski's 3rd-place finish earned him his 4th State medal. He will go down as one of the all-time greats at Middletown South. He set a new program record for career wins with 133, was a 3-time Region Champion, a 3-time District Champion, and joins NJ wrestling legend Glenn Prtizlaff as the only 4-time State medalists in program history. Zaleski will head to Rutgers this fall.
3rd: Jack Zaleski (126)
8th: David Hussey (157)

Ocean Township (0 Medal Winners)
Appearing in his 3rd State Tournament, junior James Farina came up one win shy of his first State medal, dropping a 5-1 decision to Southern's Hayden Hochstrasser in Friday night's Blood Round, snapping a streak of three consecutive seasons with a State medalist for the Spartans.
WB4: James Farina (144)

Pinelands (0 Medal Winners)
​Senior Mason Livio came up short in his bid to become Pinelands' first State medalist since Christopher Nielsen in 2017, losing in the 3rd round of the wrestlebacks.

It brings an end to a great run for Livio at Pinelands. The 4-year starter will depart as the 3rd winningest wrestler in program history with 109 career wins, was a 2-time Region medalist, and a 3-time District medal winner.
WB3: Mason Livio (132)

Pt Boro (0 Medal Winners)
Making their 2nd trip to AC, sophomores Joey DeAngelo and Frankie Burgio came up just short in their bids for their first State medals, with DeAngelo losing by decision in the Blood Round, while Burgio lost by 1 point in the 3rd round of wrestlebacks.

Seniors Nate Fletcher and Jack Thompson were eliminated in the 1st round of the wrestlebacks, ending their careers with the Panthers. Fletcher was participating in his first postseason, after an injury ended his season in early January his junior year, and he had no criteria to qualify for Region selection during the 2021 season. He was a 29-bout winner, a 4th-place finisher at Regions, and a District finalist in his one full varsity season for the Panthers.

Thompson ends his career with the Panthers as a 2-time Region and 2-time District medal winner, and had 81 career wins.
WB4: Joey DeAngelo (106)
WB3: Frankie Burgio (113)
WB1: Nate Fletcher (138)  /  Jack Thompson (157)

Raritan (1 Medal Winner)
Junior Zach Reilley finished in 5th-place at 138 pounds to make it to the podium and become the Rockets' first State medalist since Pat Toal placed 5th at heavyweight in 2014.

It was the end of a couple great high school careers for a pair of Rockets, as Braden Kmak and Ryan Mansueto wrestled their final matches for Raritan.

Mansueto, a 4-year starter, finished up with 98 career victories, was a 2-time Region medalist, and a 3-time District medalist, including a 1st-place D-20 medal in 2022. Kmak finished with 79 wins and was a 2-time Region medalist, and 2-time District medal winner, including a 1st-place medal from this year's District 20 Tournament.
5th: Zach Reilley (138)
WB3: Alex Delaurier (132)  /  Braden Kmak (144)
WB2: Ryan Mansueto (126)

RBC (1 Medal Winner)
Senior Sabino Portella closed out his career with the Caseys by becoming the program's first ever 3-time State medal winner by placing 5th at 175 pounds. Portella departs the program as its all-time wins leader, its only 3-time Region champion, and a 2-time District Champion. He will continue his athletic career at North Carolina next season.
5th: Sabino Portella (175)
WB2: Noah Michaels (120)  /  Michael Palmieri (190)  /  Lorenzo Portella (Hwt)

Rumson (1 Champion / 1 Medal Winner)
Junior Hudson Skove made history on Saturday night, defeating Southern' Riley O'Boyle, 3-2 in the ultimate tiebreaker, in the 215-pound State final, to become the first wrestler in Rumson history to win a State Championship.

Skove's State Title gives the Bulldogs 14 State medalists all-time, with 9 of those medals being won in the last 6 years.
1st: Hudson Skove (215)
WB2: Conor Delaney (190
WB1: Cole Pangborn (138)

St John Vianney (1 Champ / 4 Medal Winners)
Sophomore Anthony Knox made it 2 State Titles in 2 years, as he steamrolled his way to the 120-pound State Title with 2 technical falls and 3 major decisions. Two of those major decisions came against former State Champions in the semis and finals. Knox now joins former Lancer, and current Rutgers wrestler, Dean Peterson as 2-time State Champions, which makes up the 4 total titles for SJV.

Jasiah Queen finished up his high school career with his 2nd State medal, finishing as the runner-up at 165 pounds. Queen, who ends his high school career with 108 victories, a pair of State medals, 4 Region medals (including a 1st place medal in 2023), and 2 District Titles, will continue his wrestling career at Drexel next season.

Also medaling for the Lancers were sophomore Patrick O'Keefe and freshman Matthew Gould, who both placed 8th. It was the 2nd medal for O'Keefe, who placed 2nd last season, while Gould is the 4th freshman to win a State medal for the Lancers since 2018.

2023 marks the 2nd straight season the Lancers had four State medal winners, and the 5th time in 6 seasons they had multiple State medalists.
1st: Anthony Knox (120)
2nd: Jasiah Queen (165)
8th: Matthew Gould (106)  /  Patrick O'Keefe (132)
WB4: Cole Stangle (150)
WB2: Jake Zaltsman (126)
WB1: Thomas Cleary (175)  /  Michael Foley (215)

Southern (1 Champion / 6 Medal Winners)
Junior Matt Henrich won the Rams' first State Title in 14 seasons, Riley O'Boyle placed 2nd, Conor Collins won his 3rd medal, Cole Velardi claimed his 2nd, and Wyatt Stout and Hayden Hochstrasser won their firsts, as the Rams matched a Shore Conference record with 6 State medal winners in a single season, shared by Long Branch in 2009 and Ocean Township in 2007.

Henrich, who won each of his quarter and semifinal bouts by a point, defeated St Augustine Prep's Brady Conlin, 3-1, to become the Rams' first State Champion since Glenn Carson in 2009, and their 7th overall, which is 4th most all-time in the Shore Conference. It is the 2nd medal for Henrich, who also placed 7th last season.

O'Boyle capped his career with a 2nd place finish at 215, dropping a 3-2 decision in the ultimate tiebreaker to Rumson's Hudson Skove. He is Southern's 13th State runner-up in program history. O'Boyle will wrestle at Millersville next season

Conor Collins also wrapped up his run with the Rams this weekend, earning his 3rd State medal with a 4th-place finish at 126. Collins departs the Rams with 3rd most wins in a Southern singlet, with 128, and will enroll at West Point this fall.

Another senior, Cole Velardi, also finished up with the Rams on Saturday. Velardi took 8th-place for his 2nd State medal. He leaves the Rams having won 112 bouts, and a pair of Region Titles, as well as a pair of District Titles, to go along with his 2 State medals. He will continue his career at Keiser next year.

Sophomores Wyatt Stout and Hayden Hochstrasser captured their first State medals for Southern, with Stout placing 6th at 132, while Hochstrasser finished 8th at 144, to complete the Rams' tally of 6 medals. Those 6 medals give the Rams 55 in total, the 3rd most in the Shore Conference behind only Brick Memorial and Jackson Memorial.
1st: Matt Henrich (150)
2nd: Riley O'Boyle (215)
4th: Conor Collins (126)
6th: Wyatt Stout (132)
8th: Hayden Hochstrasser (144)  /  Cole Velardi (165)
WB4: Nick Bennet (157)  /  Anthony Evangelista (Hwt)
WB3: Anthony Mason (106)  /  Mitch Bivona (175)
WB2: Scottie Sari (120)  /  Collin French (190)

TR East (0 Medal Winners)
Nicholas DeLorenzo and James Lynch came up just short in their bids for State medals in Atlantic City. DeLorenzo was eliminated in the Blood Round of the 157-pound weight class, while Lynch finished two wins shy of the podium at 215.

For DeLorenzo, it brings an end to his career with the Raiders. DeLorenzo won 93 matches for East, was a 2-time Region medalist, and a District Champion in 2021.
WB4: Nicholas DeLorenzo (157)
WB3: James Lynch (215)

TR North (0 Medal Winners)
Junior Joe Dolci's season came to an end in Atlantic City, dropping a 4-2 sudden victory decision to Camden Catholic's Kage Jones in the 2nd round of the wrestlebacks. It was the 2nd trip to AC for Dolci, who returns next season for the Mariners for another crack at a spot on the podium.
WB2: Joe Dolci (132)

Wall (0 Medal Winners)
​The season ended for Wall on Friday night in Atlantic City, where their trio of representatives came up just short of earning State medals. Junior Donovan DiStefano and senior Kei'sun Sanders were each defeated in Friday evening's Blood Round, leaving them one win shy of a State medal, while sophomore Michael DiBiase was eliminated in the 3rd round of wrestlebacks.

Both DiStefano and DiBiase return for the Knights in 2024, but it brings an end to Sanders' run with the Knights. In three seasons on the mat for Wall, Sanders accumulated 62 wins, was a 2-time District medalist, including a 1st-place medal this season, and was a Region medal winner.
WB4: Donovan DiStefano (150)  /  Kei'sun Sanders (Hwt)
WB3: Michael DiBiase (106)




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2022-2023 Dates

2-Pound Allowance (Fat Saturday): 1/14
Shore Conference Tournament (Tournament is Individual Format): 1/27 & 1/28
30-Match Cutoff: 2/4
Public Sectionals (Round 1 & 2): 2/6
Non-Public Sectionals (Round 1 & 2): 2/7
Public Sectional Finals: 2/8
Non-Public Sectional Semis: 2/9
PublicGroup Semis: 2/10
Group Finals: 2/12
Districts: 2/18
Girls Regions: 2/19
Regions: 2/24 & 2/25
Girls States: 2/26
States: 3/2 - 3/4

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