Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Wrestling: North 6 lead area's state charge to P'burg

North Hunterdon wasn't fazed by that COVID-19 pause after all. In fact, the Lions are doing some of their best wrestling at the right time.

With a Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex area-best six qualifiers, North heads to this weekend's state tournament at Phillipsburg High School brimming with confidence.

Liam Akers and Logan Wadle (front row) in 2020.

"We're wrestling well right now as a team,"  coach Chris Hrunka said. "We looked sharp [at the North 2 Super Region]. [Wrestling four to five times in a day] wasn't a big deal for us. We had some intrasquad scrimmages with referees, and we had the kids wear their singlets and make weight [last] Friday. Just to give them the feel of a match." 

North will be represented by sophomores Logan Wadle (106) and Alex Uryniak (182), along with seniors Frank DiEsso (126), James Holder (170) and Andrew Franklin (220) and junior Liam Akers (285).

Needless to say that getting six to the Round of 16 in the state tournament is a nice accomplishment for North, which didn't get a chance to defend its sectional and state titles as no team championships were held this season due to COVID-19.

"I thought we had a chance at seven, but if we got three or four, I'd probably be happy," Hrunka said, "and any more than that ecstatic. But you always get greedy and say we should have got seven."

In all, 22 wrestlers from the HWS area (15 from Hunterdon-Warren) advanced from the rugged super regionals, including 2020 state champion Brian Soldano (182), who will attempt to become just the third at High Point to win two or more championships -- joining three-time winner Nick Francavilla (2009-11) and two-timer Ethan Orr (2010-11). Junior Clayton Utter (113) also qualified for the Wildcats.

Hunterdon Central was next with five -- freshman Anthony Rossi (106), juniors Nick Canonica (138) and Tanner Peake (152) and seniors Colton Washleski (160), a 2020 medal winner, and Norman Cella (170) -- in the field.

Phillipsburg (James Day at 120 and David Pierson at 220), Warren Hills (Jarett Pantuso at 220 and Tyler McCatharn at 285), Kittatinny (Steven Dalling at 152 and Jackson Crawn at 220), Pope John (Nick Lodato at 195 and Jack Stoll at 220) and Newton (Nathan Fitt at 126) will also be represented at P'burg.

DiEsso, a four-time state qualifier, saw his first action of the season last weekend and reached the North 2 finals, along with Holder and Franklin. Akers, who placed seventh in the state as a sophomore, was the school's lone champ and perhaps its best hope for a medal this weekend. He and Soldano are the only area wrestlers to earn a top-three seed.

There are three first-round matchups involving locals, including 126, where DiEsso (92-30 overall) will look to avenge two losses to Fitt (98 career wins) last season -- 5-2 at the John Goles Invitational and 3-1 in the HWS Tournament semifinals. 

"[Frank] is getting better every match," Hrunka said. "He made a couple mistakes in the [North 2 final against Delbarton's Cross Wasilewski in a 6-3 loss]. He wrestled smart and a much more intelligent match than he would've a year ago. When he got good, clean shots, he took advantage of them."

At 170, Holder will face Cella in a rematch of last year's HWS final (won by Cella with a pin in 3:48), while Pierson and Franklin hook up for a third time this season after splitting the first two meetings (Pierson avenged a 7-6 dual loss with a 7-3 decision in last weekend's North 2 final at 220). 

Here are the first-round matchups involving area wrestlers:

106 -- 6-Wadle (9-1), N2-3, vs. 11-Fr. James Farina (4-1), Ocean Township, CJ-3.
106 -- 10-Rossi (9-1), CJ-2, vs. 7-So. Aidan Carmody (11-2), Livingston, N2-4.
113 -- 6-Utter (6-1), N1-3, vs. 11-So. Michael Camponaro (11-4), West Morris, N2-2.
120 -- 10-Day (13-1), N2-3, vs. 7-Jr. Garrett Totten (4-1), Christian Brothers, CJ-3.
126 -- 6-Fitt (14-1), N1-3, vs. 11-DiEsso (3-1), N2-2.
138 -- 10-Canonica (9-2), CJ-4, vs. 7-Sr. Luke DiGiovanni (13-2), Cranford, N2-3.
152 -- 12-Dalling (15-1), N1-3, vs. 5-Sr. Michael McGhee (3-1), Shore, CJ-2.
152 -- 6-Peake (10-1), CJ-3, vs. 11-Jr. Owen Disbrow (14-1), St. Thomas Aquinas, N2-3.
160 -- 6-Washleski (9-1), CJ-2, vs. 11-So. Joshua Palacio (8-2), North Bergen, N2-4.
170 -- 8-Cella (9-2), CJ-4, vs. 9-Holder (7-1), N2-2.
182 -- 1-Soldano (6-0), N1-1, vs. 16-Jr. Michael Gregg (13-3), Collingswood, SJ-4.
182 -- 11-Uryniak (8-1), N2-3, vs. 6-So. George Rhodes (11-1), Absegami, SJ-2.
195 -- 8-Lodato (12-0), N1-1, vs. 9-Jr. Marcus Hebron (9-2), Lower Cape May, SJ-3.
220 -- 8-Pantuso (9-1), N2-3, vs. 9-Sr. Jacob Leiva (10-3), Cliffside Park, N2-4.
220 -- 5-Stoll (9-4), N1-4, vs. 12-Jr. Dominic Petracci (10-2), Washington Township, SJ-3.
220 -- 4-Crawn (15-1), N1-3, vs. 13-So. Chimdindu Molokwu (3-1), Jackson Liberty, CJ-2.
220 -- 7-Pierson (11-2), N2-1, vs. 10-Franklin (8-1), N2-2.
285 -- 3-Akers (9-0), N2-1, vs. 14-Jr. Matthew Jannucci (3-2), Colts Neck, CJ-4.
285 -- 7-McCatharn (11-1), N2-3, vs. 10-Jr. Robby Chetirkin (13-4), Wayne Valley, N1-3. 

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Wrestling: Mr. Belvidere: McIntyre hits 300 wins

Belvidere coach Dan McIntyre is a wrestling lifer. He started out in the sport at 10 years old and has been hooked ever since.

McIntyre, 53, added to his already impressive resume on Wednesday night, when the County Seaters wrapped up the Skyland Conference Mountain Division title with a 60-9 victory over Rutgers Prep -- coached by former Warren Hills state placewinner Mike Lamb. 

Belvidere with the 300 banner. (courtesy of Seth Wisner)
That win was No. 300 for McIntyre, who previously served as head coach at Saucon Valley (1993-99) and Pleasant Valley (1999-2005) high schools in the Lehigh Valley's powerful District 11. Prior to those stops, he also coached at St. Anslem's Abbey, a private school in Washington, D.C.

"The last two years Manville beat us [for the division title] and prior to that we had won three in a row," said McIntyre, whose team scored a 48-27 victory over Manville on Monday, following a 14-day pause due to COVID-19. "This [season] has been awful [with COVID]. For our division, Manville has been our main rival and it's always a competitive match. I was pleased [coming off the break and having just one practice before the match]. We wrestled well and it was our Senior Night."

Belvidere (6-3, 4-0 division), like most small schools, has its share of challenges in normal seasons. But COVID-19 has undoubtedly made it tough for many schools with trying to keep numbers up and also get enough matches for wrestlers to stay invested in the program. McIntyre and his right hand, Seth Wisner, a former Seaters standout and Centenary College wrestler, are two of the most dedicated coaches around.

"Winning the division was at least something for the kids," said McIntyre, now 114-86 in 10 seasons with the Seaters and 300-219 in 29 seasons overall, who said his program lost five scheduled dual meets due to the COVID shutdown.

True to form, Belvidere's schedule has included matches against some of the traditional powers, like Kittatinny, as well as division and rivalry matchups. The Seaters will close out the dual season with North Warren at home on Tuesday and Bound Brook away on Wednesday.

With the individual tournaments two days away, junior Patrick Horvath (106), along with seniors Ty Tiedeman (120), Hunter Lensi (126) and Shane Exley (170), will represent the Warren County school in the North 2 Super Region (3-4) Tournament at Union High School this weekend. A fifth qualifier, senior Carson Grogan (3-1 at 195), was forced to withdraw from the tournament.

Horvath (8-0) may have the best chance to reach the state tournament at Phillipsburg High School to be held the following weekend on April 24-25. Stuck behind Lensi, a state qualifier at 106 in 2020, the previous two seasons, Horvath was often forced to compete up a weight at 113. 

Even so, he did score an impressive 11-3 major of Livingston's Adian Carmody, now considered one of the top 106-pounders in North 2, last season, and went 30-6 as a sophomore (going 15-2 in bouts at 106).

"Patrick has been kind of flying below the radar," said McIntyre, a social studies and special education teacher at Belvidere since 2005. "He goes to [a club in Pennsylvania] and puts in the time. He took [Carmody] down like five times in our gym [during a dual meet]."

McIntyre, who surely has an eye for talent, compiled quite an impressive resume as a wrestler in both the high school and college ranks. A 1986 graduate of Liberty High School in Bethlehem, Pa., McIntyre was a two-time PIAA Class AAA runner-up and District 11 champion under legendary coach Frank Gutierrez, who made quite an impact on his wrestlers.

"He was toward the later years when I wrestled in high school," said McIntyre, who went on to become a two-time NCAA qualifier and three-time Atlantic Coast Conference placewinner at Maryland, where he graduated in 1991. "He could take kids who didn't have experience, but were tough city kids, and give them discipline. I thought he was very organized and structured, and he could relate to kids. He commanded respect."

Those qualities certainly rubbed off on McIntyre, who has been successful at all three of his coaching stops in our area. None of which were traditional powers by any stretch. Belvidere didn't become a force on the state level until Kurt Weaver took over in the early 1990s, and then under Marty White, who served as Weaver's assistant before taking the reins.

McIntyre guided Quinn Melofchik to a pair of state medals in 2018 and '19.

In recent seasons, Belvidere hasn't challenged for sectional titles, but opponents know they will have a battle on their hands against the Seaters, who are always prepared and well coached.

"At Pleasant Valley, we took [that program] about as far as it could go. Saucon Valley wasn't much of a program when I started there, " McIntyre said. "We had some good kids and some state placewinners [including two-time PIAA Class AA finalist and state champion Joey Killar]. We had six or seven kids who could go with anyone in the state, but we had to hope they'd all win.

"Belvidere was refreshing because it didn't matter if scheduled matches against Group 3, 4 or 5 schools because they would always be competitive matches. At Pleasant Valley, I could predict within one match what our record would be before the season ever started.

"I love coaching. I tell the kids, 'I accomplished what I did in the sport. Now it's your turn to go out and get some recognition.'"

Well coach, it's still OK for you to get some recognition as well, and 300 wins -- and counting -- is quite a milestone. Congrats to one of the good guys in the sport.

Monday, April 12, 2021

Wrestling: Hunterdon-Warren-Sussex rankings

We're heading into the home stretch of the high school season with individual postseason tournaments set to commence this weekend. As a result, those qualifiers (1-16 and the alternates 17-24) will be ineligible to compete in dual meets starting on Tuesday until elimination. 

High Point returned to action this week.
One interesting dual meet is slated to take place outdoors on Wednesday with High Point planning to host Newton in the parking lot. No, you read that right. Hopefully the teams will be able to pull it off after their planned "Redneck Rumble" summer match was foiled several years ago.

Dual meets from here on out will be a showcase for younger wrestlers to get some experience as we look toward the 2021-22 season.

Here are this week's area team rankings and tidbits (records through Saturday):

1. North Hunterdon (5-0) -- Lions, who were put on a COVID-19 pause, have completed their dual meet season and are prepping for this weekend's individual North 2 (3-4) Super Region Tournament. Senior Frank DiEsso (89 career wins), who did not wrestle in dual meets, is among the team's entries and is seeking a fourth berth in the state tournament. On the girls' side, juniors Jodi Holder (second at 143 pounds) and Lydia Attanasio (fourth at 151) earned the program's first female medals in the state tournament at Phillipsburg High School.

Up next: North 2 Super Region (3-4) Tournament at Union High School on Saturday and Sunday.

P'burg hosted the girls states for the 1st time.
2. Phillipsburg (8-1) -- Stateliners rolled to a 61-9 win over Watchung Hills in their only action last week -- raising the program's wins total to 998. Coach Dave Post opted to clear the dual schedule this week in advance of the North 2 Super Region (3-4) Tournament. The 'Liners are tentatively slated to close out the team portion at home against Mendham (April 20) and at Hanover Park (April 21). Juniors James Day (9-0 at 120) and Joey Innamorato (9-0 at 126) are ones to keep an eye on this weekend.

Up next: North 2 Super Region (3-4) Tournament at Union High School on Saturday and Sunday.

3. Hunterdon Central (6-0) -- Red Devils stormed back into action with a 3-0 week -- beating Delaware Valley (48-18 on Tuesday), Voorhees (76-6 on Thursday) and Warren Hills (36-25 on Friday). Juniors Nick Canonica (6-0 at 138) and Tanner Peake (6-0 at 152), who knocked off Blue Streaks standout Stephen Malia in a battle of state qualifiers, logged key decisions in the 60th renewal of that rivalry matchup to give Central, which has won six straight vs. Hills, a 46-13-1 lead in a series dating to 1960.

Up next: Central Super Region (5-6) Tournament at the Field House on Saturday and Sunday.

4. Warren Hills (4-2) -- Blue Streaks went 3-1 last week with wins over Roxbury (48-24 on Tuesday), Bound Brook (48-6 on Thursday) and West Morris (49-18 on Saturday). Coach Dave Sbriscia's team dropped a 36-25 decision to Hunterdon Central on Friday in a match that saw the Streaks go 1-4 in bouts decided by two or fewer points. Junior Jared Lee (2-1 at 138), who scored an 11-3 major in the opening bout vs. Central, eyes his first trip to the state tournament. On the girls side, junior Katrina Kling (121) finished as a state runner-up for the second straight season.

Up next: at Voorhees on Monday; Watchung Hills at home on Tuesday; Bridgewater-Raritan at home on Thursday; North 2 Super Region (3-4) Tournament at Union High School on Saturday and Sunday.

5. Kittatinny (9-1) -- Cougars cruised to a 66-6 win over North Warren on Tuesday as senior Jackson Crawn (10-0 at 220) picked up his 98th career victory, while junior Shane Nelson (9-1 at 120) got his 50th. Coach John Gill's team had scheduled matches against Jefferson and Mount Olive canceled, the former with NJAC Freedom Division title implications. Junior Brycen Mafaro (10-0 at 182) is another to watch this weekend. On the girls side, freshman Lilly Zaku-Ramos (third at 107) and junior Kierra Hubmaster (second at 161), a three-time placewinner and two-time finalist, earned state medals.

Up next: Sparta at home on Monday; at Kinnelon on Tuesday; North 1 Super Region (1-2) Tournament at Mount Olive on Saturday and Sunday.

Brian Soldano is the state favorite at 182.
6. High Point (1-1) -- Wildcats ended a second COVID-19 pause and are slated to return to action against North Warren -- coached by former assistant Kellen Bradley -- on Tuesday. It's a big week for several individual as junior star Brian Soldano (81-5 career) stars his quest for a second state title, this time at 182, while junior Clayton Utter (2-0 at 113) and senior Josh Gervey (2-0 at 138) a state medal winner last season, should make some noise. On the girls side, junior Sophia Lombardo (fifth at 143) and senior Lacey Hums (fourth at 215) gave the program an area-best eight state medals (26 combined between all HWS schools) in the tourney's three-year history.

Up next: at North Warren on Tuesday; Newton at home on Wednesday; North 1 Super Region (1-2) Tournament at Mount Olive on Saturday and Sunday.

7. Pope John (4-4) -- Lions went 1-2 last week with a win over Don Bosco Prep (56-15 on Wednesday) between losses to St. Peter's Prep (47-36 on Tuesday) and Bergen Catholic (57-15 on Thursday). Senior Nick Lodato (8-0 at 195) and juniors Peter Delaportas (6-2 at 182) and Jack Stoll (6-2 at 220) will be in the hunt for state tournament berths this weekend.

Up next: North 1 Super Region (1-2) Tournament at Mount Olive on Saturday and Sunday.

8. Delaware Valley (7-3) -- Terriers bounced back from a 48-18 loss to Hunterdon Central on Tuesday with a 39-28 win over Watchung Hills on Thursday -- victory No. 801 for the program. Senior Tyler Lagun (6-3 at 170), a district champion last season, is among the team's super region entries, along with sophomore Chris Colasurdo (8-2 at 145), junior Matt Schneider (10-0 at 195) and freshman Anderson Olcott (7-3 at 182) -- all looking to take that next step.

Up next: at Ridge on Wednesday; North 2 Super Region (3-4) Tournament at Union High School on Saturday and Sunday.

9. Hackettstown (8-2) -- Tigers went 2-0 last week with wins over Whippany Park (49-9 on Tuesday) and North Warren (56-6 on Thursday). Coach Frank Rodgers is winding down his career with the Warren County school as freshman Aiden Scheeringa (9-1 at 106), junior Austin Zellars (8-2 at 113), freshman Nicolas Balella (8-1 at 126), sophomore Joe Bencivengo (8-2 at 138) and seniors Bruno Dougherty (7-2 at 220) and Matthew Bremner (9-1 at 285) look to keep him busy down the stretch.

Up next: North 2 Super Region (3-4) Tournament at Union High School on Saturday and Sunday.

10. Newton (6-5) -- Braves capped a 2-0 week with a 45-24 win over North Warren on Friday coming off a 48-18 victory against Lenape Valley -- matching the program mark for consecutive wins in that series to five (2007-11) after losing five straight from 2012-16. Lenape Valley still owns a 27-21-1 edge all-time dating to 1976. Seniors Nathan Fitt (10-0 at 126) and JoJo Lotruglio (9-2 at 132) are down a weight class for the individual postseason. On the girls side, juniors Aaliyah Payne-Parris (third at 100) and Jordyn Brannick (fifth at 161) became the school's first female state medal winners.

Up next: at High Point on Wednesday; North 1 Super Region (1-2) Tournament at Mount Olive on Saturday and Sunday.

Sunday, April 11, 2021

Wrestling: North 2 Super Region 3-4 entrants

Here are the entries for North 2 Super Region 3-4 to be held at Union High School on Saturday and Sunday. Official seeds and pairings will be released on Monday. The Top 16 wrestlers at each weight class qualify with those remaining serving as alternates.

The top four placewinners at each weight class advance to the state tournament to be conducted on Saturday, April 24 and Sunday, April 25 at Phillipsburg High School.

 

 

 

 

 

106

Brzozowski

Logan

Fr.

Seton Hall Prep

106

Carmody

Aidan

So.

Livingston

106

Fabin

Tyler

So.

Randolph Hs

106

Ferrer

Jakob

Fr.

Belleville

106

Hare

Michael

So.

West Morris

106

Horvath

Patrick

Jr.

Belvidere

106

Jones

Daniel

Fr.

Delbarton

106

Lee

Josh

Fr.

Warren Hills

106

Lopez

Miguel

Jr.

Phillipsburg

106

McNeil

Kieran

Fr.

Lyndhurst

106

Pasquire

Blaise

So.

Mendham

106

Scheeringa

Aiden

Fr.

Hackettstown

 

106

Luzua

Cristian

Sr.

Elizabeth

106

Wadle

Logan

So.

North Hunterdon

106

Griffin

Matthew

So.

Roselle Park

106

Lordi

Matt

So.

Arthur Johnson

106

McGarry

Julian

Fr.

Brearley/Dayton

106

Markey

Sean

So.

Bound Brook HS

106

Jacome

Jeffrey

Jr.

South Plainfield

106

Talarico

Jake

Fr.

St. Peters Prep

106

Sabatino

Christian

Fr.

Governor Livingston

106

Warth

Fabian

Fr.

Colonia

106

Murray

Amadi

So.

Rahway

106

Winchock

Jake

Fr.

Bridgewater-Raritan

 

113

Cabrera

Evan

Jr.

North Bergen

113

Campanaro

Michael

So.

West Morris

113

Fischer

Thomas

Sr.

Delbarton

113

McWilliams

Dawson

Fr.

Phillipsburg

113

Millan

Juan

So.

Bloomfield

113

Myers

Jack

Fr.

Morristown

113

Narayan

Sean

Sr.

Madison

113

Quirk

Jason

So.

Livingston

113

Riedinger

Kevin

Jr.

Warren Hills

113

Sciarrone

Joseph

Jr.

Seton Hall Prep

113

Silveira

Daniel

Sr.

Kearny

113

Zellars

Austin

Jr.

Hackettstown


113

Aldrich

Joe

So.

Somerville

113

Pellicci

Angelo

So.

St. Peters Prep

113

Composto

Ethan

So.

Westfield

113

Scott

Brandon

So.

Roselle Park

113

Kolshorn

Tim

So.

Ridge

113

Daniel

Blesson

Jr.

Bayonne

113

Caroscio

Joseph

Sr.

Colonia

113

Tona

Michael

So.

Cranford

113

Evers

Josh

Jr.

Voorhees

113

Levine

Charles

Fr.

Pingry School

113

Hunnewell

Charles

Fr.

Bernards

113

Pigna

Aldo

Fr.

South Plainfield

113

Makaritis

Ben

Jr.

North Hunterdon

 

 

 

 

 


 

120

Caamano

Lorenzo

Fr.

Caldwell

120

Day

James

Jr.

Phillipsburg

120

Ferrante

Michael

Jr.

West Morris

120

Gervasio

Mason

Jr.

Morristown

120

Graffeo

Franco

So.

Nutley

120

Lundy

Ryan

So.

Warren Hills

120

Negron

Rocco

Fr.

Belleville

120

Quirk

Shaun

So.

Livingston

120

Tiedeman

Ty

Sr.

Belvidere

120

VanBaelen

Gerald

Jr.

Bloomfield

120

Vanvolkenburgh

Carlo

Fr.

Seton Hall Prep

120

Vazquez

Tyler

So.

Delbarton

120

Walsh

Todd

Jr.

Whippany Park

 

120

Chavis

Donovan

So.

St Peters Prep

120

DelVecchio

Jacob

Jr.

South Plainfield

120

Harms

Mayson

So.

Roselle Park

120

Francois

Kaelan

Sr.

Rahway

120

Kolakowski

Dylan

Sr.

Watchung Hills

120

Policarpio

Michael

Jr.

Millburn

120

DeLorenzo

Nick

Jr.

North Hunterdon

120

Corbett

Charlie

Jr.

Ridge

120

Villani

Nicky

Fr.

Bernards

120

Bone

Noah

Fr.

Colonia

120

Gioffre

Vincent

Fr.

Arthur Johnson

120

Ribiero

Brandon

So.

Westfield

 

126

Baeza

Joshua

Fr.

Kearny

126

Balella

Nicolas

Fr.

Hackettstown

126

Herminko

Zach

So.

Rutherford

126

Innamorato

Joe

Jr.

Phillipsburg

126

Jurado

Grayson

Sr.

Lyndhurst

126

Lensi

Hunter

Sr.

Belvidere

126

Pagano

Max

Jr.

Warren Hills

126

Pepper

Jesse

Jr.

Montclair

126

Rizzuto

Samuel

Fr.

West Morris

126

Torres

Damianlee

Sr.

West Orange

126

Tringali

Chris

Sr.

Mendham

126

Wasilewski

Cross

So.

Delbarton

 

126

Adams

Patrick

Sr.

St Peters Prep

126

DiEsso

Frank

Sr.

North Hunterdon

126

Murray

Amajuwan

Sr.

Rahway

126

Maglione

Giovanni

So.

JFK-Iselin

126

Giordano

J.J.

So.

South Plainfield

126

Kearns

Landon

So.

Saint Thomas Aquinas

126

Smith

Daniel

So.

Bridgewater-Raritan

126

Blomquist

Sebastian

So.

Somerville

126

Sergio

Jack

Jr.

Governor Livingston

126

Scuderi

Jack

Jr.

Watchung Hills

126

Torino

Nicolas

Fr.

Brearley/Dayton

 

132

Baeza

Jacob

Sr.

Kearny

132

Bernardino

Derek

Jr.

Verona

132

Bertha

Jack

Sr.

Mendham

132

Costantino

Dean

So.

Secaucus

132

Jimenez

Gabriel

Sr.

Seton Hall Prep

132

Lee

Jared

Jr.

Warren Hills

132

Merola

Dom

Sr.

Hanover Park

132

Nardone

Nicholas

Sr.

Delbarton

132

Ortiz

Eddie

Jr.

Lyndhurst

132

Shepard

Malachi

Jr.

West Morris

132

Stasiulaitis

Sean

Jr.

Phillipsburg

132

Stolfi

Tyler

Sr.

Livingston

 

132

Rendeiro

Sean

Sr.

St Peters Prep

132

Quinn

Connor

Sr.

North Hunterdon

132

Jacobs

Luke

Jr.

Westfield

132

Phillips

Patrick

Sr.

Brearley/Dayton

132

Jordan

Kendall

Jr.

Saint Thomas Aquinas

132

Turner

Jayson

So.

Irvington

132

Boss

Corey

Sr.

Rahway

132

Irizarry

Julian

Jr.

South Plainfield

132

Cross

Michael

Sr.

Union

132

Rosenberg

Jason

Jr.

Governor Livingston

132

Root

Benjamin

Jr.

Scotch Plains-Fanwood

132

Hunnewell

Sean

Jr.

Bernards

 

138

Bencivengo

Joe

So.

Hackettstown

138

B-Razavi

Ramin

Sr.

Bloomfield

138

Candelario

Jason

So.

Madison

138

Cantor

Justin

Sr.

North Bergen

138

Carroll

Chase

So.

Seton Hall Prep

138

Davi

Joseph

So.

Delbarton

138

Drazek

Michael

So.

Warren Hills

138

Giraldo

Tyler

Jr.

Secaucus

138

Keeler

Vincent

Jr.

Rutherford

138

Olivieri

Joey

Sr.

Hanover Park

138

Rivera

Giovanni

Jr.

Morristown

138

Tino

Jason

Sr.

Phillipsburg

 

138

DiGiovanni

Luke

Sr.

Cranford

138

Queen

Jasiah

So.

Elizabeth

138

Chabrak

Nick

Sr.

Somerville

138

Mejia

Angel

So.

Roselle Park

138

Fuller

Jonathan

Fr.

St Peters Prep

138

DeLusant

Daniel

So.

North Hunterdon

138

Ortega

Joey

Fr.

Saint Thomas Aquinas

138

Loniewski

Andrew

So.

South Plainfield

138

Calvo

Christian

So.

Watchung Hills

138

Robinson

Kyle

Sr.

Scotch Plains-Fanwood

138

Gioia

Dante

So.

Governor Livingston

 

145

Anderson

Nicholas

Sr.

North Bergen

145

Cerreto

Anthony

So.

Seton Hall Prep

145

Geter

Jalen

Sr.

Union City

145

Herninko

JJ

Jr.

Rutherford

145

Maczko

Logan

Sr.

Phillipsburg

145

Meza

Jason

Fr.

Morristown

145

Miller

Cody

So.

Warren Hills

145

Palmer

Dean

Sr.

Verona

145

Ruiz

Simon

So.

Delbarton

145

Stallone

Jordan

Fr.

Becton

145

Vazquez

Cameron

Sr.

Mendham

145

Vera

Zachary

Jr.

Livingston

 

145

White

Anthony

Sr.

South Plainfield

145

Bowles

Brandon

Sr.

Scotch Plains-Fanwood

145

Lettini

Felix

Jr.

St Peters Prep

145

Doherty

Connor

Sr.

Saint Thomas Aquinas

145

Martinez

Alexander

Jr.

Bound Brook

145

Stampoulos

Nicholas

Sr.

Brearley/Dayton

145

Colasurdo

Chris

So.

Delaware Valley

145

Gluck

Jimmy

Sr.

Cranford

145

Fonseca

Jeremiah

Jr.

Elizabeth

145

McGeary

Connor

Sr.

North Hunterdon

145

Liu

Harry

So.

Watchung Hills

 

152

Argueta

JuanDavid

So.

Morristown

152

Carroll

Cole

Sr.

Seton Hall Prep

152

Cleaver

Hunter

So.

Phillipsburg

152

Coletta

Nicholas

Jr.

Cedar Grove

152

DiFrancescantonio

Joseph

Sr.

Hanover Park

152

Fahmie

Michael

Fr.

Whippany Park

152

Fitzgerald

Tristen

Sr.

Weehawken

152

Ormaza

Israel

Jr.

Kearny

152

Riccardi

Chris

Jr.

Hoboken

152

Schlegel

William

Jr.

Mendham

152

Troczynski

Andrew

Jr.

Delbarton

 

152

Nevins

Patrick

Sr.

Governor Livingston

152

Murray

Colin

Jr.

Cranford

152

Martin

Jack

Jr.

Pingry

152

See

Jack

Sr.

Somerville

152

Bash

Jake

Sr.

Watchung Hills

152

Disbrow

Owen

Jr.

Saint Thomas Aquinas

152

Hisko

Tyler

Sr.

Bridgewater-Raritan

152

Murphy

Michael

So.

Westfield

152

Brown

Eaton

Sr.

Plainfield

152

Meola

Mike

Sr.

Bound Brook

152

Campagna

Nicholas

Fr.

South Plainfield

152

Doster

Donnell

Sr.

Rahway

152

Pestana

Michael

Sr.

St Peters Prep

152

Parson

Joshua

Sr.

North Hunterdon

 

160

Amorim

Alexander

Jr.

Kearny

160

Cerchio

Louis

Fr.

Delbarton

160

Donofrio

Matthew

Jr.

Phillipsburg

160

Gilfillan

Connor

Jr.

Madison

160

Lee

Max

Jr.

Livingston

160

Malia

Stephen

Jr.

Warren Hills

160

Messinger

William

Sr.

Cedar Grove

160

O`Neil Jr.

Stephen

So.

Seton Hall Prep

160

Palacio

Joshua

So.

North Bergen

160

Paradiso

Louis

Jr.

Hanover Park

160

Viera

Diego

Jr.

Belleville

160

Weaver

Dylan

Sr.

Lyndhurst

 

160

Sacco

Nicholas

Sr.

Bridgewater-Raritan

160

Bahna

Blake

Sr.

Watchung Hills

160

Diaz

Roger

Jr.

St Peters Prep

160

Balent

Tyler

Jr.

South Plainfield

160

Colon

Julian

Jr.

Roselle Park

160

Savino

Kyle

Jr.

Governor Livingston

160

Cole

William

Sr.

North Hunterdon

160

Robinson

Anthony

Jr.

Scotch Plains-Fanwood

160

Martinez

Jose

Sr.

Saint Thomas Aquinas

160

Anderson

Zaahmir

So.

Irvington

160

Harris

Ashan

Jr.

Rahway

 

170

Bryan

Andrew

Sr.

Mendham

170

Calvetti

Colin

Jr.

Delbarton

170

Exley

Shane

Sr.

Belvidere

170

Frizzell

Owen

Jr.

Warren Hills

170

Jackson

Eric

Sr.

Morristown

170

Kantanas

Stratos

Jr.

Livingston

170

Mainiero

Salvatore

Sr.

Nutley

170

Pavia

John

Sr.

Verona

170

Petroski

Jason

Fr.

Randolph

170

Santoro

Charlie

Sr.

Hanover Park

170

Weaver

Damian

So.

Lyndhurst

170

Zastowny

Nate

Jr.

Phillipsburg

 

170

Holder

James

Sr.

North Hunterdon

170

Murray

Jack

Sr.

Watchung Hills

170

Burns

Luke

Sr.

Bernards

170

Miller

Brett

Sr.

Bound Brook

170

Fern

Jake

Jr.

Ridge

170

Lagun

Tyler

Sr.

Delaware Valley

170

Santos

Xavier

Sr.

South Plainfield

170

Price

Mike

Sr.

Westfield

170

Coghan

Kenny

Jr.

Saint Thomas Aquinas

170

Edmond

Yvens

Sr.

Irvington

 

182

Andruchowitz

Zachary

Sr.

Bloomfield

182

Czupak

Jayden

Jr.

Verona

182

Decker

Conner

Sr.

Seton Hall Prep

182

Fehnel

Luke

Jr.

Mendham

182

Haines

Anthony

Sr.

Nutley

182

Minaya

Tommie Lee

Jr.

Becton

182

Nichols

Stephen

Sr.

Glen Ridge

182

Olivieri

Nicholas

Jr.

Delbarton

182

Rivera

Caleb

Fr.

Phillipsburg

182

Rosu

Ari

Jr.

West Orange

182

Schaffer

Luke

Sr.

Caldwell

182

Simeone

Mike

So.

Lyndhurst

182

Yanoff

Tyler

Sr.

Hackettstown

 

182

Uryniak

Alex

So.

North Hunterdon

182

Walsh

Brady

Jr.

Bernards

182

Rovelo

Gerald

Sr.

Bayonne

182

Olcott

Anderson

Fr.

Delaware Valley

182

Schroll

Joe

Sr.

Saint Thomas Aquinas

182

Trippichio

Gavin

Sr.

New Providence

182

Moriaru

Daniel

Jr.

Westfield

182

Ranieri

John

Fr.

Roselle Park

182

Clevenger

Kenneth

Sr.

South Plainfield

182

Baker

Christopher

Jr.

Watchung Hills

182

Tilton

Austin

So.

Rahway

 

195

Cannon

Evan

Sr.

Randolph

195

Gordon

Jack

Jr.

Hackettstown

195

Grogan

Carson

Sr.

Belvidere

195

Horvath

Gage

Sr.

Phillipsburg

195

LaTorre

Michael

Sr.

Nutley

195

McCarren

James

Jr.

Glen Ridge

195

Militello

Vincent

Jr.

Livingston

195

Moszcynski

Julian

Jr.

Madison

195

Pereira

Daniel

Sr.

West Orange

195

Ruiz

Max

Sr.

Caldwell

195

Santos

Juan

Sr.

Weehawken

195

Wilt

Jack

Sr.

Seton Hall Prep

 

195

Ventura

Jacob

Jr.

Pingry

195

Kanterman

Shane

So.

Cranford

195

Renna

Thomas

Sr.

South Plainfield

195

Lerner

Robert

Jr.

Scotch Plains-Fanwood

195

Augustin

Isaiah

Jr.

Irvington

195

Schneider

Matt

Jr.

Delaware Valley

195

Elsias

Adam

Sr.

North Plainfield

195

Downey

Jordan

Sr.

Arthur Johnson

195

Haggerty

Liam

Sr.

Millburn

195

Vargas

Joseph

So.

Bound Brook

195

Richardson

Samuel

Jr.

Linden

195

Raley

Brendan

So.

North Hunterdon

195

Martinetti

Martin

Fr.

St Peters Prep

 

220

Bianco

Nicholas

Sr.

Cedar Grove

220

Carroll

Tyson

Jr.

Columbia

220

Casale

John

Sr.

Caldwell

220

Frayne

Henry

So.

West Morris

220

Geraci

Dean

Sr.

Glen Ridge

220

Jennings

Dillon

Sr.

Bloomfield

220

Leiva

Jacob

Sr.

Cliffside Park

220

Murphy

Robert

So.

Morristown

220

Padilla

Edward

Jr.

Livingston

220

Pantuso

Jarett

So.

Warren Hills

220

Pierson

David

Jr.

Phillipsburg

220

Polewka

Nicolas

Sr.

Nutley

 

220

Abad

Gerome

Sr.

Elizabeth

220

Heard

Jonathan

Sr.

Westfield

220

Simon

Keith

Sr.

Bayonne

220

Zukowitz

Gerard

Sr.

Somerville

220

Shoyoye

Larry

Sr.

Scotch Plains-Fanwood

220

Angel

Carlos

Jr.

Bound Brook

220

Richardson

Trey

Sr.

Summit/Chatham

220

Franklin

Andrew

Sr.

North Hunterdon

220

Glikin

Brendan

Sr.

Rahway

220

Ventura

Zach

Jr.

Pingry

220

Niemeyer

Justus

So.

South Plainfield

 

285

Bremner

Matthew

Sr.

Hackettstown

285

Donnelly

John

Sr.

Seton Hall Prep

285

Herrmann

Josh

Jr.

Mendham

285

Kiley

Jordan

Sr.

Phillipsburg

285

McCatharn

Tyler

Jr.

Warren Hills

285

Perez

Ricky

Sr.

North Bergen

285

Saxon

Freddie

So.

Morristown

285

Searle

Charles

Sr.

Nutley

285

Sodano

Pete

Sr.

Hanover Park

 

285

Evans

Justin

Jr.

Irvington

285

Akers

Liam

Jr.

North Hunterdon

285

Shriner

Kevin

Jr.

Cranford

285

Scott

Austin

Sr.

South Plainfield

285

Torres

David

Sr.

Roselle Park

285

Sutton

Emmanuel

Sr.

Plainfield

285

Seubert

Hunter

So.

Watchung Hills

285

Taddeo

Andrew

Sr.

Ridge

285

Reasons

Lucas

Sr.

Summit/Chatham

285

Price

Jack

Jr.

Westfield

285

Coghan

Steven

Fr.

Saint Thomas Aquinas

285

Stallone

Luke

Sr.

Governor Livingston