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National Preps Results: Maryland in Focus

This weekend at the Stabler Center on the campus of Lehigh University, the National Prep Tournament unfolded and with it another stellar display was put on by the state’s No. 1 team in Legacy Wrestling’s rankings, Gilman.


The Greyhounds followed up last week’s MIS Tournament crown that cemented their status as the state’s top-dog, by putting five grapplers on the Prep Podium. The most of any Maryland team.


“Our goal at the beginning of the season was to win the MIAAs and States, and we achieved that!” Gilman coach Bryn Holmes said resoundingly. “I feel like it has been a long time coming. What our wrestlers did this year was amazing. They were working hard but had a lot of fun along the way. We are very well rounded this year and didn't really have any holes. Obviously having three nationally ranked guys helps, but the next tier of wrestlers is what made our team so strong.”

“It will be hard to match this season, but that is the ultimate goal. We had four seniors in the lineup, but we have a few guys ready to go for next year. So, our goal for next year is to finish on top again. The core of our team will be four seniors and four sophomores. They had a great year, but (I’m) looking for even more out of them next season.”


Leading the way and making it all the way to the finals was No. 1 Emmitt Sherlock, who is ranked 11th in the nation by Scorebook Live at 165. Emmitt survived an overtime scare from Virginia’s Benedictine Prep’s Lane Foard, 4-2, in the semis.


Foard the No. 24 wrestler in SB Live’s 165lb national rankings, upset the No. 3 seed, nationally ranked No. 13 Xavier Giles (Green Farms Academy, CT), in the quarters, 4-3. Foard beat Giles a second time in the consolation finals, 3-1. The 165lb bracket contained six nationally ranked wrestlers.


Emmitt Sherlock’s finals opponent was the No. 1 grappler in the country, Wyoming Seminary’s Joe Sealey. The daunting task was not overwhelming for Sherlock, as he stayed competitive and made Sealey work for his points before eventually falling 10-2.


Emmitt will return to help Gilman defend their state crown next year, but his brother Tyson just experienced his last high school event, placing sixth at 144, for his fourth All-American showing. Tyson placed as a freshman at the “National Prep Open” held during the COVID year.


“It was great to reach the finals,” Emmitt Sherlock offered. “Obviously, it didn't go my way in the finals; however, I was still proud of how the tournament went and of the whole season. For next year, it puts me in a position to just grow. I’ve already made the finals; next year I have to win. For the season itself, it has been awesome to be part of this team. The team was truly outstanding and will always be a historic team.”


Interestingly, Emmitt also became a four-time placer and can next year become a rare five-time prep placer, as he too wrestled and placed in the open that year, but as an eighth grader.



Tyson, who is No. 2 in the state and honorable mention in the country, renewed his season long rivalry with a fellow national honorable mention entry, No. 1 Evan Boblits (St. Mary’s Ryken). Boblits defeated Sherlock in their first two meetings in the Ray Oliver finals and MIS finals, with both matches going into the tiebreaker criteria.


As the four and five seeds at preps, the two met in the quarter finals with Sherlock finally gaining an advantage over his foe, 3-1 in overtime. Flash forward to the fifth-place match, and who does Sherlock see? Yep, Boblits again. For the third time, Boblits came out ahead, 3-2.


No. 1 Liam McGettigan shares a No. 11 position in the national rankings with Emmitt, as he is the No. 11 guy in SB Live’s 106lb rankings. McGettigan, who was seeded second, got tripped up in overtime in the semis by the third seed, No. 25 Julian Rios (Phillips Andover), 4-2.


The freshman bounced back to the third-place match where he met his in-state rival, No. 2 Eli Gabrielson (St. Mary’s Ryken), and decked him in the second period, 2:39. That marks McGettigan’s third win over Gabrielson of the season. Our records show McGettigan previously beat Rios at the Beast of the East, 7-2.


“I expected to place at Preps coming into it,” McGettigan said confidently. “I was a higher seed and really wanted to make the finals. I was close but came up short. I am a few mistakes away from getting there and will work hard to fix it. My experience at Preps was more than just wrestling. (I) really enjoyed one last trip with my teammates. It's a tight team and we did some special things.”


Also earning their first national prep placings were No. 3 John Jurkovic (5th at 150) and No. 2 Gabe Smith (6th at 190). Both outperformed their seeds to place as Jurkovic was seeded eleventh and Smith came in as a ten seed.


Jurkovic’s key win came in the blood round over two-time Tennessee state champion, and No. 7 seed, Chancery Deane (Father Ryan), 6-1. Jurkovic fell to St. Christopher’s Tyler Hood, 11-1, to fall into the fifth-place match, where he received a forfeit from fifth seeded Steel Meyers (Trinity Christian Academy, TX).


“I was determined to finish the season strong,” offered Jurkovic. “Especially since injuries derailed my freshman and sophomore seasons. I got better throughout the season and felt good going into National Preps. I knew I would need to upset a few kids to make the podium and it feels good to finish fifth.”

Smith’s run to the podium started in the round of 16 when he upset the No. 7 seed Mark Ayala (Northfield Mt. Hermon, MA), 3-1. After losing to the nationally ranked second seed, No. 19 Robert Kucharczk (Lake Highland Prep, FL), in the quarters, Smith encountered a familiar foe in the blood round, Mt. St. Joe’s No. 1 Austin Lewis.


Lewis held onto the state’s top designation despite a state final loss to Smith last weekend because he was still holding a 3-1 edge over his rival, with wins at the Beast, a dual meet, and the MIAA finals. The 5-1 win here at preps coupled with the 9-1 win in the state finals will propel Smith to the top of the state’s hierarchy at 190.


After succumbing to top-seeded, No. 11 Nate Taylor (Green Farms Academy), 5-0 in the consolation semis, Smith dropped his fifth-place match to Maryland resident, No. 18 Peter Snyder, who wrestles for Blair Academy and won a National Prep title last year as a freshman at 165.


“It's been an awesome season being able to persevere and overcome the adversity I had after missing last season,” said Smith. “I was really excited to get to the quarter finals match and come out on top but in the end it didn't work out and as luck would have it, I had to wrestle Austin ten minutes later for our fifth match this season. Every time we wrestled this season, I kept closing the gap and I always told myself instead of feeling down and discouraged I had to focus on peaking at the right time which meant states and preps.”


“After not making it to the podium at preps freshman year. And missing last season. Although I think I could have placed higher than sixth, I'm honored to have made it to the podium today, I'm really looking forward to Fargo nationals and looking forward to wrestling my senior year next season. I honestly feel like I'm just getting started and I'm looking forward to what the future holds.”


For Ryken, in addition to Boblits and Gabrielson, No. 1 Tyler Wood joined them in collecting hardware with his eighth place showing at 126.


Boblits’ placing was his second after being first as a freshman and missing last year’s qualifier due to illness. The junior ends his rivalry with Sherlock holding a 3-1 advantage.


“Well obviously I’m glad to have been able to prove myself as a competitor for preps,” offered Boblits. “But as in my rivalry with Sherlock, I’d say it’s definitely nice to be able to get my rematch against him after losing yesterday (Friday). From wrestling with him on my team at Fargo, to wrestling him this year multiple times, I knew it would be a tough match. I was just able to make improvements from wrestling him prior to come out on top.”

Gabrielson was seeded seventh, so his placing was expected, but upsets over sixth seeded Justin Farnsworth (Germantown Academy, PA) by fall in 35 seconds and, 4-0, over the No. 5 seed Brighton Karvoski (Green Farms Academy), powered his surprise showing. Gabrielson fell to Farnsworth, 8-4, at the Beast of the East.


The third-seeded Wood was caught off guard by the eleven seed, Jack Dragoumanos (Belmont Hill, MA), 3-1, in the quarters. Dragoumanos also handled a former Maryland wrestler for Bullis who now competes at Blair, two-time national prep placer Ellis Kirsch, 5-2.

Wood came through the blood round and lost a tight match to seventh seeded Tennessee state champ Brody Gobbell (Father Ryan), 3-2, then tumbled to the eighth spot with a loss to eighth seeded Drew Roggie (St. Chritopher’s, VA), 3-1. Roggie also defeated Wood at the Trojan Wars in Pennsylvania, 5-2.


Wood will retain his number one ranking in the state despite his finish behind Archbishop Spalding’s No. 2 Sean Garretson as Wood has won the last two, very recent, head-to-head encounters and holds a career, 3-1, edge over Garretson.


Garretson placed fifth at 126 by beating Dragoumanos, 6-1. Garretson fell to Gobbell the match before that, 13-3 after getting teched in the semis by No. 1 Luke Lilledahl (Wyoming Seminary), 23-8. Garretson beat the No. 5 seed Jason Torres (Malvern Prep, PA), 5-2 in the quarters, but Torres came back for third beating Gobbell in the process. Garretson is three-for-three in placing at preps after being fourth as a freshman and seventh last year.


“I thought I had a good season,” said Garretson. “I definitely wish I could have gotten that state finals match back. It hurt to lose that match. I think I came back with a good performance at National Preps and finishing strong winning that last match for 5th. I’m ready to get right back to work and get on that national scene.”


No. 1 Vincent Paolucci also placed fifth, but at 132lbs where he flattened the No. 8 seed Colby Houle (NMH), 4:16, for his second consecutive fifth place ending at preps.

Paolucci beat the wrestlers he was supposed to beat and fell to two higher seeded guys, one of whom was nationally ranked, Lake Highland Prep’s No. 19 Jayce Paridon and the No. 4 seed Cason Roark (Father Ryan), who is a three-time TN state champion and now a three-time prep placer.


No. 3 Zane Leitzel was seeded ninth at 138 and placed seventh. Two mild upsets helped this occur, the first coming in the round of 16 over eighth seeded Robert Pavlek (Hill School, PA), 8-3, and a blood round win over No. 7 seeded Shane Reilly (Malvern Prep), 3-1.


One of Leitzel’s losses came to a nationally recognized, and locally familiar opponent, Blair’s Billy DeKraker, who wrestled at McDonogh for a few seasons. DeKraker won the bracket and is ranked 15th in the nation. Leitzel’s other loss was to Wyoming Seminary’s Michael Trujillo, 5-1.


“I am happy about placing as a sophomore at Preps,” remarked Leitzel. “This was a goal I had set for myself this season. Although, I am not content because there are still six more guys that had placed higher than me. I feel I had a solid sophomore season wrestling numerous state place winners and ranked opponents from Maryland and surrounding states. I saw a lot of growth in myself as a wrestler and I plan to continue training hard to prepare for my junior year so I can stand on top of the podium.”

Delmar White’s transfer to Spalding set him on a collision course with the No. 1 heavyweight in Maryland when the season began, Loyola’s Luke Randazzo. White sat behind his future rival in the initial rankings and overtook him for the No. 1 position with a second period fall in the MIAA finals, 3:53.


White followed that up last week with a 1-0 win for the state crown. The two would meet yet again at preps, in the third-place match, which saw an outcome similar to their first encounter, a fall - this one in the third period, 5:24. Both placed ahead of where their respective seven and nine seeds said they should.


White’s big win was over Green Farms Academy’s Gabriel Garibaldi, the fourth seed, who was sixth at the New York State tournament last year and fourth at the NHSCA Junior Nationals, 5-2, in the consolation semis.


“I felt very nervous when we got there,” White added. “After my first match I felt way better and more confident. I just kept praying to calm down. I wrestled confident, I didn't care what seed they were, I still needed to beat them.”


Randazzo had to pull out some upset magic of his own to land where he did and it started with a win over ninth seeded Anderson Palian (Linsly, WV), who won the PA/WV qualifier, 8-6. The Don had a bigger trick up his sleeve when he pinned the No. 6 seed and Tennessee state champ, Carson Gentle of the McCallie School, 3:26.


“Firstly, I would like to thank God that I was able to even wrestle this season,” Randazzo elaborated. “My injuries were pretty serious from my car accident on November 18th and my parents were not sure if I was going to be able to wrestle at all this season due to my head trauma. I’m thankful for my teammates and coaches that pushed me and made it possible for me to perform on the level I did, with only half a season. It feels surreal that I was able to place fourth at preps and I’m ready to do even better next year.”


“Delmar White is a great opponent, but also a great person. I look forward to the matchups next year, and this will push me to continue to get better.”


No. 2 Jayden Jackson has now stepped onto the prep floor twice and walked away both times as an all-American, en route to this placing, he reclaimed the No. 1 ranking in the state with his second win over St. Mary’s Ryken’s No. 1 Ethan Valdisera, 4-1. Jackson won their Ray Oliver meeting, 2-0, but lost in the state finals last week, 1-0.


At Ray Oliver, Jackson fell in the finals to St. Christopher’s Noah Rankin, 18-3. Rankin was granted the No. 7 seed here and failed to place, dropping a blood round match to sixth seeded Jacob Bond (Baylor, TN), 1-0, after losing by default in an early round match.

Bond handled Jackson, 2-1, in the seventh-place match. Jackson dropped matches to the top seed Davis Motyka (Wyoming Seminary) and Jack Baron (Germantown Academy), who was seeded fourth.


“I know that I'm up there with some of the best wrestlers in the country and I need to put in more work to place higher and eventually win preps,” Jackson said. “When I saw the rankings, I didn't care. I just knew I'd get the chance to wrestle Ethan (Valdisera) again and that's all I was worried about.”


Mt. St. Joseph’s No. 1 Carter Nogle sits in the honorable mention section of the national rankings and capped off his career with his third National Prep Podium appearance. Nogle was second during the COVID year, fifth as a sophomore, then suffered two tough losses last year and failed to place.


Nogle dropped his consolation final to St. Christopher’s Walker Turley, who is also in the HM section in the nation, 5-0. Nogle was seeded third and Turley fourth.


The Gael reached the semi finals where he fell to Lake Highland Prep’s No. 25 Colin Kacena for the second time this season, 12-6. The first was at PowerAde, 11-5. Kacena has turned into a Nogle family nemesis as he had his national breakout last year in the prep consolation final when he defeated Carter’s brother Coleman, 4-2.


Nogle finishes his career as one of the best in St. Joe’s history with three state championships under his belt.


“I was very glad to be able to bounce back this season,” Nogle said. “I never doubted myself and knew from the last match of last season I would come back bigger, stronger and better. I didn’t achieve my goal of becoming a national prep champion, but I gave it my all and finished in a much better spot than last year. I’m very sad that my high school career is over, but I am super excited to keep working this off-season and am looking forward to becoming part of the team at the Air Force Academy.”


Bullis’ Salah Tsarni came into the season as a hyped-up freshman with accolades to back it up and wasted little time announcing himself on the scene with a third place showing at Ray Oliver.


Tsarni elevated his game at War On the Shore and took out No. 4 Will Buckler (St. Mary’s Ryken) and No. 3 Gavin Solito (Stephen Decatur). Both were ranked ahead of him at the time. Tsarni proceeded to back all that up by claiming the state title with a win over Rhonin Swenson in the finals and another win over Buckler, this time by fall.


Tsarni came into the prep tournament as the seventh seed and placed seventh, putting an exclamation mark on an incredible freshman campaign.


Severn’s Nicky Melfi has had a junior campaign that confounds the folks that compile rankings. Showing the talent to be at the top of his weight, or near the middle, with good wins being followed by puzzling losses.


Mojo came together for Melfi at preps, and he stepped up and took advantage. Winning matches in the manner that he does when he’s at his best, which he was here with an eighth place finish no one could have predicted as Melfi did not even receive a seed at 132, but did have a win on his resume over Gilman’s eleventh seeded Zach Glory.


In addition to DeKraker and Snyder, three other wrestlers with Maryland ties reached the awards stand at preps. Blair’s No. 16 Paul Ognissanti (157) and Cael Mielnik (215), and the New York Military Academy’s No. 14 Ben Smith (165).


Ognissanti, a Dan Ricker Warhawks disciple, ends his run with four national prep placings along with three fifth place finishes at Ironman. Ognissanti fell in the finals to Wyoming Seminary’s No. 2 Vince Bouzakis, 13-7.


Mielnik was a surprise finalist at 215 as the No. 11 seed got past Green Farms Academy’s third seeded Dom Iaquinto 4-2 in the quarters then ended seventh seeded Ryder Smith from Chattanooga Christian School’s own upset run with a 2-1 semifinal win. Ryder Smith had just pinned the No. 2 Seed Alex Smith (Lake Highland Prep, HM nationally) in the quarters. Mielnik’s Cinderella run was dashed by No. 2 Jude Correa of Wyoming Seminary 59 seconds into their dance.


Ben Smith won a state title at St. Joe last year and then went nomad, landing at a number of schools, in different states before deciding on the New York Military Academy. Smith was fifth at 165, beating No. 20 Max Norman (Baylor) in that bout, 6-3. Smith lost his quarterfinal encounter with Norman 1-0, then got tripped up again by Foard in the consolation bracket, 11-2.


Wyoming Seminary romped to the team title by more than 100 points over Blair Academy with ten champions pushing their point total to 395.5 to Blair’s 270. Blair crowned three champions and Malvern Prep had the other. Malvern Prep was third with 261 points closely followed by Lake Highland Prep’s 259 points.


Locally, Gilman was the top Maryland team in seventh with 119 points. St. Mary’s Ryken was eighth with 100.5 points. Spalding was ninth with 97.5.


106 LBS

1st Shamus Regan Fort Mill, SC (Wyoming Seminary) DEC Julian Rios Lowell, MA (Phillips Andover), 5-0

3rd Liam Mcgettigan Glyndon, MD (Gilman School) F Eli Gabrielson Chesapeake Beach, MD (St. Mary's Ryken), 2:39

5th Brendan Kelly Malvern, PA (Malvern Prep) DEC Brighton Karvoski Newtown, CT (Greens Farms Academy), 4-3

7th Tanner Tran , TN (Father Ryan High School) DEC Justin Farnsworth Fort Washington, PA (Germantown Academy), 7-6 SV


113 LBS

1st Davis Motyka Kingston, PA (Wyoming Seminary) DEC Matthew Oneill Malvern, PA (Malvern Prep), 7-3

3rd Jack Baron Fort Washington, PA (Germantown Academy) DEC Michael Batista Blairstown, NJ (Blair Academy), 3-1

5th Liam Davis Orlando, FL (Lake Highland Prep) DEC Isaac Novod Medford, MA (Belmont Hill), 2-1

7th Jacob Bond Chattanooga, TN (Baylor School) DEC Jayden Jackson Baltimore, MD (Loyola-Blakefield), 2-1


120 LBS

1st Nate Desmond Bethlehem, PA (Wyoming Seminary) DEC Leo Deluca Blairstown, NJ (Blair Academy), 5-3

3rd Ethan Rivera Orlando, FL (Lake Highland Prep) F Jackson Heslin Bridgeport, CT (Greens Farms Academy), 0:00

5th Lukas Littleton Malvern, PA (Malvern Prep) DEC Joseph Calvin Nashville, TN (Father Ryan High School), 9-3

7th Calvin Werden Hudson, OH (Western Reserve Academy) MD Kody Tanimoto Fort Worth, TX (All Saints Episcopal), 8-0


126 LBS

1st Luke Lilledahl St Louis, MO (Wyoming Seminary) DEC Charlie Desena Orlando, FL (Lake Highland Prep), 7-3

3rd Jason Torres , PA (Malvern Prep) DEC Brody Gobbell Nashville, TN (Father Ryan High School), 6-2

5th Sean Garretson Severn, MD (Archbishop Spalding) DEC Jack Dragoumanos Tyngsborough, MA (Belmont Hill), 6-1

7th Drew Roggie Smithfield, VA (St. Christopher's School) DEC Tyler Wood , MD (St. Mary's Ryken), 3-1


132 LBS

1st Matthew Botello Mashpee, MA (Wyoming Seminary) DEC Nikolaus Oneill Philadelphia, PA (Malvern Prep), 5-4

3rd Casen Roark , TN (Father Ryan High School) DEC Jayce Paridon Orlando, FL (Lake Highland Prep), 3-1

5th Vincent Paolucci Crofton, MD (Archbishop Spalding) F Colby Houle , CT (Northfield Mt. Hermon), 4:16

7th Spencer Reep Corryton, TN (Lakeway Christian Academy) MD Nicky Melfi Severna Park, MD (Severn School), 11-2


138 LBS

1st Billy Dekraker Blairstown, NJ (Blair Academy) DEC Colin Kacena Orlando, FL (Lake Highland Prep), 3-1

3rd Walker Turley Chester, VA (St. Christopher's School) DEC Carter Nogle Bowie, MD (Mount Saint Joseph), 5-0

5th Michael Trujillo rio rancho, NM (Wyoming Seminary) DEC Robert Pavlek Dublin, PA (The Hill School), 5-0

7th Zane Leitzel Ellicott City, MD (Archbishop Spalding) DEC Jt Schneider Norwalk, CT (Greens Farms Academy), 8-6


144 LBS

1st Jack Consiglio Lansdale, PA (Malvern Prep) DEC Logan Rozynski Blairstown, NJ (Blair Academy), 2-1

3rd Zeno Moore Orlando, FL (Lake Highland Prep) DEC Giuseppe Iamunno North Haven, CT (Greens Farms Academy), 4-3

5th Evan Boblits Hughesville, MD (St. Mary's Ryken) DEC Tyson Sherlock Linthicum, MD (Gilman School), 3-2

7th Luke Murray Carrollton, VA (Peninsula Catholic School) DEC Cole Albert , PA (The Hill School), 6-5


150 LBS

1st Anthony Evanitsky Wyoming, PA (Wyoming Seminary) DEC Nathan Rickards Pottstown, PA (Malvern Prep), 2-1 TB2

3rd Lucas Boe Orlando, FL (Lake Highland Prep) DEC Tyler Hood Chesterfield, VA (St. Christopher's School), 4-3 TB2

5th John Jurkovic Ellicott City, MD (Gilman School) FOR Steel Meyers , TX (Trinity Christian Academy-TX)

7th Ronnie Christolin Norwalk, CT (Greens Farms Academy) DEC Chancery Deane Nashville, TN (Father Ryan High School), 11-9


157 LBS

1st Vince Bouzakis Kingston, PA (Wyoming Seminary) DEC Paul Ognissanti Blairstown, NJ (Blair Academy), 13-7

3rd Claudio Torres Orlando, FL (Lake Highland Prep) DEC Mitchell Faglioni Richmond, VA (St. Christopher's School), 5-4

5th T.j. Langley Hudson, OH (Western Reserve Academy) DEC Dashiell Hort , NY (Poly Prep), 1-0

7th Salah Tsarni Gaithersburg, MD (Bullis School) TF Greyson Catlow-Sidler Philadelphia, PA (William Penn Charter), 17-2 3:58


165 LBS

1st Joseph Sealey High Point, NC (Wyoming Seminary) MD Emmitt Sherlock Linthicum Heights, MD (Gilman School), 10-2

3rd Lane Foard Reva, VA (Benedictine Prep) DEC Xavier Giles Bronx, NY (Greens Farms Academy), 3-1

5th Benjamin Smith , MD (New York Military) DEC Max Norman Kingsport, TN (Baylor School), 6-3

7th Omer Barak Boca Raton, FL (Lake Highland Prep) DEC Jack Chamberlain West Chester, PA (Malvern Prep), 4-3


175 LBS

1st William Henckel Blairstown, NJ (Blair Academy) DEC Dominic Federici Swoyersville, PA (Wyoming Seminary), 7-2

3rd Haden Bottiglieri Brookline, MA (Belmont Hill) DEC Isael Perez Gill, MA (Northfield Mt. Hermon), 4-2 SV

5th Brian Chamberlain West Chester, PA (The Phelps School) DEC Lukas Zalota Aston, PA (Malvern Prep), 5-1 SV

7th Drake Bowers Memphis, TN (Christian Brothers) DEC Kingston Daniells silva New York, NY (Greens Farms Academy), 8-4


190 LBS

1st Jake Dailey Kingston, PA (Wyoming Seminary) DEC Robert Kucharczk Orlando, FL (Lake Highland Prep), 3-2

3rd Nate Taylor Newtown, CT (Greens Farms Academy) DEC Nick Wehmeyer Quakertown, PA (Malvern Prep), 3-2

5th Peter Snyder Blairstown, NJ (Blair Academy) DEC Gabriel Smith , MD (Gilman School), 3-0

7th Cash Colbert Manassas, VA (Paul VI) F Jay Eversole Morristown, TN (Lakeway Christian Academy), 2:57


215 LBS

1st Jude Correa Kingston, PA (Wyoming Seminary) F Cael Mielnik Blairstown, NJ (Blair Academy), 0:59

3rd Alex Smith Orlando, FL (Lake Highland Prep) DEC James Blackman Alexandria, VA (St. Stephens/St. Agnes), 1-0

5th Stosh Zalota Malvern, PA (Malvern Prep) F Ryder Smith Soddy Daisy, TN (Chattanooga Christian School), 0:23

7th Dominic Iaquinto Danbury, CT (Greens Farms Academy) DEC Walker Walls Dallas, TX (Bishop Lynch High School), 7-4


285 LBS

1st Carter Neves Blairstown, NJ (Blair Academy) MD James Bechter dayton, OH (Northfield Mt. Hermon), 14-4

3rd Delmar White Millersville, MD (Archbishop Spalding) F Luke Randazzo Westminster, MD (Loyola-Blakefield), 4:24

5th Carson Gentle , TN (McCallie School) FOR Gabriel Garibaldi White Plains, NY (Greens Farms Academy)

7th Matthew Connolly Ridley Park, PA (Malvern Prep) FOR Orest Nazarchuk Manassas, VA (Wyoming Seminary), 0-0


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