Team results: 1. Killingly 186, 2. Somers 174, 3. Gilbert 167, 4. Derby 153, 5. Nonnewaug 147, 6. Thomaston 146, 7. St. Bernard 141, 8. Housatonic 122, 9. Griswold 115½, 10. Canton 107½, 11. Immaculate 92, 12. Haddam-Killingworth 88, 13. Terryville 83½, 14. East Catholic 71, 15. Holy Cross 70, 16. Old Saybrook/Westbrook 69, 17. Stafford 42, 18. Portland and Northwestern 34, 20. Hartford Classical 33½, 21. St. Paul 29, 22. Suffield 28, 23. Morgan 25, 24. O’Brien Tech 24, 25. Lyman Memorial 23, 26. Ansonia 22, 27. East Windsor 20, 28. Oxford 18, 29. Rocky Hill 16, 30. Windham Tech and Weston 13, 32. Ellington 10½, 33. University, Old Lyme and East Granby 0
103 -- Championship: Alan Sanford, Thomaston pin Matt Poppa, Derby, 1:58; Third place: Ron Allen, Griswold dec. Matt White, Canton, 5-4; Fifth place: Josh Hoxie, Gilbert, pin Austin Jordano, Immaculate, 3:20
112 -- Championship: Tyler Foley, Thomaston pin Anthony Delprete, Derby, 5:31; Third place: Austin Hodges, Nonnewaug pin Thomas Lombardi, Killingly, 2:08; Fifth place: Andrew Suh, St. Bernard dec. Will Kelsey, Northwestern, 12-0
119 -- Championship: Tyler Tilbe, Nonnewaug dec. Daniel Piscottano, Somers, 8-6; Third place: Scott Gonzalez., East Catholic pin Allen Yang, Stafford, 4:25; Fifth place: Vin Delprete, Derby dec. Steve Carpenter, Canton, 2-0
125 -- Championship: Brandon Thuotte, Killingly tech fall Richard Wood, 16-1, 4:39; Third place: Dom Ghi, Housatonic dec. Jake Alderman, Lyman Memorial, 9-7 OT; Fifth place: Tyler O’Connor, Derby dec. Dennis Christie, Immaculate, 5-3
130 -- Championship: Gavin Buckley, Immaculate pin Tony Decato, Gilbert, 3:11; Third place: Tylor Herrick, Killingly win by default over Mark Gonzalez, East Catholic; Fifth place: Joseph Falco, Griswold dec. Joe Titus, 10-1
135 -- Championship: Michael Daly, St. Bernard dec. Troy Zachary, Somers, 3-1; Third place: Brandon Walsh, Griswold dec. Eddie Loomis, Killingly, 3-2; Fifth place: Linbert Cousley, Derby dec. Dalton Ahern, Old Saybrook, 12-7
140 -- Championship: Zachary Cooke, Killingly dec. Eric Parsons, Gilbert, 4-2; Third place: Brandon Leach, Canton dec. Frank Navarro, Old Saybrook, 4-2; Fifth place: David Chokas, Somers, pin Matt Janiga, Ellington, 0:31
145 -- Championship: Fran Gelada, Thomaston dec. Steve Wingard, Housatonic, 8-7; Third place: Justin Grabarz, Derby dec. Matt Caulfield, Holy Cross, 3-1; Fifth place: Wayne Falco, Griswold dec. David Skau, Old Saybrook, 14-8
152 -- Championship: Robert Garlick, Somers dec. Nick O’Connor, Ansonia, 2-0, OT; Third place: Nicl Roccapriore, Terryville dec. Trevor Manuel, Old Saybrook, 12-4; Fifth place: Eric Sakowski, East Catholic pin Guy Hall, Haddam-Killingworth, 2:25
160 -- Championship: Samuel Schwartz, Housatonic dec. Mike Zabala, Hartford Classical, 7-4; Third place: Chris Bachand, St. Paul dec. Rich Jones, Canton, 6-5; Fifth place: Colin Beloin, Killingly dec. William Boots, Griswold, 7-3
171 -- Championship: Tim Vollaro, Somers dec. Brad Visconti, Housatonic, 14-5; Third place: Tore Lovetre, Gilbert pin Nate Haller, Canton, 0:41; Fifth place: John Draper, Terryville dec. Mark Dilley, Thomaston, 12-0
189 -- Championship: Lucas Bowman, St. Bernard pin Ross Lopardo, Gilbert, 1:03; Third place: George Planeta, Portland dec. Ben Schwartz, Housatonic, 12-4; Fifth place: Christian Nelson, Thomaston pin William Baklik, Haddam Killingowrth, 4:21
215 -- Championship: Kyle Bucciarelli, Nonnewaug dec. Andrew Whitehead, Killingly, 10-6; Third place: Ken Vollaro, Somers pin Thomas McEvoy, O’Brien Tech, 2:57, Fifth place: Andrew Morrone, Holy Cross pin Jesse Gilbert, Derby, 2:29
285 -- Championship: Marshall Deane, Gilbert dec. Nicholas Nikolov, Somers, 11-6; Third place: Ronnie Walter, Nonnewaug pin Michael Tucker, St. Bernard, 2:07; Fifth place: Andrew Brooks, Morgan pin Stephen Polumbo, Haddam-Killingworth, 1:52
Outstanding wrestler: Brandon Thuotte, Killingly (125); Fast Fall: Andrew Morrone, Holy Cross (215) 4 pins in 5:35
2009 NCCC Tournament
Team results --1. Avon 232, 2. Somers 155, 3. Canton 133, 4. Stafford 75.5, 5. Enfield 72, 6. East Windsor 43, 7. Suffield 39, 8. Ellington 18, 9. East Granby 3
103: Final -- Matt White, Canton dec. Jason Lybeck, Avon, 9-3; Third: Tim Olshafski, Enfield pin Mike Sawtelle, Enfield, 0:18
112: Final -- Conor Douglass, Avon dec. Roshawn Rehman, Stafford, 10-0: Third: Kevin Bentz, Suffield pin Brian Fitzpatrick, Canton, 2:15
119: Final -- Dan Piscottano, Somers dec. Steven Carpenter, Canton, 8-5; Third: Herbie Browne, Avon dec. Allen Yang, Stafford, 4-0
125: Final -- Joe Tripodi, Avon pin Benjamin Lombardo, Granby, 5:22; Third: Matt Grisevich, Canton dec. Evan Frassinelli, Stafford, 10-4
130: Final -- Joe Titus, East Windsor dec. Zach Lisk, Enfield, 10-0; Third: Bobby Davies, Avon pin Peter LeDuc, Canton, 0:31
135: Final -- Troy Zachary, Somers pin Brandon Lancaster, Enfield, 3:25; Third: Zach Mills, Granby pin Ryan Raider, Enfield, 13-2
140: Final – Matt Silver, Avon dec. Dave Chokas, Somers, 4-2; Third: Matt Janiga, Ellington pin Ryan Peterson, Enfield, 2:19
145: Final – Erik Lybeck, Avon dec. Joseph Rivera, Granby, 10-2; Third: Cody Koehler, East Windsor pin Brandon Leach, Canton, 0:28
152: Final – Robert Garlick, Somers pin Trevor Corallo, Granby, 4:19; Third: Jon Ponziani, Avon pin Keith Hill, East Windsor, 1:12
160: Final – Rich Jones, Canton dec. Mike Hogan, Avon, 10-4; Third: Tucker Fontanella, Stafford pin Costas Casilakis, Granby, 1:43
171: Final – Tim Vollaro, Somers dec. Kyle Sheridan, Suffield, 16-5; Third: David Wyrick, Avon pin Jon Landry, Enfield, 0:39
189: Final – Brian Haynes, Avon pin Nate Haller, Canton, 3:16; Third: Nick Bastarache, Somers pin David St. Onge, Avon, 1:23
215: Final -- Sonny Portelance, Avon dec. Ken Vollaro, Somers, 6-3; Third: Sean Delany, Canton pin Dennis Martel, Stafford, 3:35
285: Final – Nick Nikolov, Somers dec. D.L. McDonald, 4-2; Third: Garth Gilligan, Stafford pin Cole Murphy, Canton, 1:00
Outstanding wrestler: Matt Silver, Avon (140); Fast fall: Nick Bastarache, Somers 3 pins in 3:30; Best new wrestler: Ken Vollaro. Somers (215); Coach of the Year: Bill Phelps, Canton; Assistant Coach of the Year: Ed deSimas, Canton
Team results – 1. Mt. Anthony (Bennington, Vt.) 235, 2. South Windsor 222, 3. Berlin 151, 4. Glastonbury 109, 5. Windham High 98½, 6. Killingly 91, 7. Nonnewaug and RHAM 85, 9. Woodstock Academy 71, 10. Canton 60½, 11. Newington 60, 12. East Catholic 43, 13. Rockville 37½, 14. Fermi 36, 15. Hartford Public 4, 16. East Windsor 0
103: 1. Tyler Keane, Glastonbury dec. Smith Stratton, Mt. Anthony, 6-5; 3. Matt White, Canton dec. Dan Cirullo, Berlin, 8-3
112: 1. Mike Bradley, Mt. Anthony pin Shaun Sullivan, Berlin, 2:58; 3. Audi Nash, South Windsor pin Will Gerardi, RHAM, 4:55
119: 1. Zach Hale, Mt. Anthony dec. Tyler Tilbe, Nonnewaug, 7-6; 3. Nick Healy, South Windsor pin Taylor Grauer, Windham, 2:16
125: 1. Billy Lynn, RHAM dec. Brandon Thuotte, Killingly, 3-2; 3. Nestor Rivera, Newington dec. Dillon Rinker, South Windsor, 6-1
130: 1. Elliot Lopez, South Windsor pin Mark Gonzalez, East Catholic, 2:21; 3. Tyler Herrick, Killingly dec. Dan Pierce, Mt. Anthony, 1-0
135: 1. Joe Sargenti, South Windsor dec. Kevin Moss, Berlin, 9-2; 3. Kyle Nunez, Newington dec. Erik Krieg, Nonnewaug, 9-6
140: 1. Justin Roncaioli, Berlin dec. Jake O’Dell, South Windsor, 3-2; 3. Mike Bova, Woodstock Academy dec. Zach Cooke, Killingly, 2-0
189: Josh Kneeland (Lyman) dec Ben Schwartz (Housy) 6-2; Third: Ross Lopardo (Gilbert) dec Frankie Gomes (Derby) 6-2
215: Jose Dejesus (Gilbert) pin Jesse Gilbert (Derby) 0:43; Third: Brandon McDowell (Morgan) maj dec Joe O’Keefe (Lyman) 13-3
285: Marshall Deane (Gilbert) pin Richard Gonzalez (Derby) 0:35; Third: Andy Brooks (Morgan) pin Jay Neves (Lyman) 1:16
Leach picks up a win at State Open
NEW HAVEN, Feb. 28 – Senior Brandon Leach (140) was the only Canton wrestler to pick up a win at the State Open. Leach pinned Mausk’s Ryan Kuska, who finished fourth in Class LL, in 3:00 in the first round of the consolation round before he was eliminated in a 13-0 loss to Pomperaug’s Reese Denu. Leach (1-2) lost to Westhill’s Z. Napalitano in the first round, 15-2.
At 171, Nate Haller went 0-2, getting pinned by Class L champion Sean O’Connell of Farmington in 58 seconds and losing to Xavier’s Dan Thompson by pin in 2:32. Rich Jones (160) didn’t wrestle due to the flu and Matt White (103) was overweight.
Canton returns to top 10 in Class S
UNCASVILLE, Feb. 21 -- It’s been a while since the Canton High wrestling team was among the top 10 teams in the Class S tournament. In an 11-year stretch from 1992 to 2002, the Warriors finished in the top 10 nine times. With four medalists, the Warriors finished 10th in the CIAC Class S wrestling tournament on Saturday.
Senior Brandon Leach finished third at 140 pounds while freshman Matt White (103), junior Rich Jones (160) and Haller (171) each finished fourth. All four qualified to compete at this week’s State Open championships. Junior Steve Carpenter finished sixth at 125.
Leach (38-11) is ending his scholastic career on a high note, prevailing in several close matches. “He wrestled like a senior with enthusiasm and class,” Canton coach Bill Phelps said. “He knew what he wanted to do and how to get it.”
Leach earned a close 4-3 victory over Terryville’s Nick Roy in his first bout before getting pinned by Somers’ David Chokas in the quarterfinals. In the consolation round, Leach won four straight matches to finish third, including a 4-2 decision over Old Saybrook’s Frank Navarro. Three of Leach’s four consolation bracket wins were by just two points.
At 171, Haller had a pair of pins before losing to defending State Open champion Tim Vollaro, 14-3, in the semifinals. He beat Thomaston’s Mark Dilley in the consolation semifinals, 15-8 but was pinned by Gilbert’s Tore Lovetre to finish fourth.
White advanced to the semifinals before dropping a 15-5 decision to eventual champion Alan Sanford of Thomaston. A pin put White in the consolation final but Griswold’s Ron Allen built a 5-2 lead and hung on for the win. A White reversal with 45 seconds left cut the lead to one but White couldn’t turn Allen for another point.
At 160, Jones made some mistakes that eventual champion Sam Schwartz of Housatonic took advantage of in a 15-5 semifinal loss. After winning by technical fall in the consolation semifinal, Jones dropped a 6-5 decision to St. Paul’s Chris Bachand to finish fourth. Jones trailed 6-2 after two periods. He escaped early in the third period to cut the lead to three but Bachand was able to hold Jones at bay for most of the period, giving up a two-point takedown in the final five seconds.
Carpenter lost several close matches. He dropped a 5-3 match to Nonnewaug’s Tyler Tilbe in the semifinals, a 8-7 loss to Stafford’s Allen Yang in the consolation semifinals and a 2-0 loss to Derby’s Vincent Delprete to finish sixth.
White, Jones win NCCC crowns
CANTON, Feb. 14 – Despite missing four starters, the Warriors (20-11, 6-1 NCCC) crowned two league champions and placed four wrestlers in the finals of the 2009 NCCC Tournament Saturday in Canton. With nine wrestlers in the finals and seven champions, Avon ran away with the title with 232 points followed by Somers (155) and Canton (133). The Warriors finished second overall in the league.
Freshman Matt White (103) and junior Rich Jones (140) won NCCC titles. White won with a 9-3 decision over Avon’s Jason Lybeck while Jones, who battled a tooth infection all week, earned a bit of revenge with a 10-4 win over Avon’s Mike Hogan. Earlier in the year, Hogan beat Jones, 13-8.
Steven Carpenter (119) and Nate Haller (189) finishing second. Matt Grisevich (125) and Sean Delany (215) each finished third while Brian Fitzpatruck (112), Peter LeDuc (130), Brandon Leach (145), Cole Murphy (285) each finished fourth.
Carpenter trailed by six points after two periods but couldn’t make it up in a 8-5 loss to Somers’ Dan Piscottano. Haller took a chance and moved up to 189 pounds. Despite giving up 23 pounds, he had two pins before getting beat in the finals by Avon’s Brian Haynes in 3:16.
Leach also took a chance by moving up to 145 to try and score more points for the squad. Canton was missing four starters. Nate Getler (135) hurt his knee last week, Greg Cole (171) broke a finger on Friday in practice, Anthony Santago (140) has injured ribs and Nate Scull (152) is still feeling the effects of being slammed to the mat in early January.
Head coach Bill Phelps was named coach of the year for the first time in balloting by league coaches while assistant coach Ed deSimas was named NCCC assistant coach of the year for the third time in the last five years.
Crucial wins give Canton 1-point win over Somers
CANTON, Feb. 5 – Nate Haller (189) and Rich Jones (160) had two key pins, Matt Grisevich (130) had a crucial major decision and Brandon Leach (140) lost by just a decision as the Warriors came away with a big 40-39 win over a hard-nosed Somers squad Thursday. The win lifts Canton (16-9, 5-1 NCCC) in a second place tie in the NCCC with Somers (19-6, 5-1).
Haller and Jones each won by pin and Grisevich not only won by he won by nine points to pick up a crucial extra point. Leach had a tough bout at 140 pounds but he stayed off his back and gave up only three points instead of six for getting pinned. Steve Carpenter moved up a weight class had a key pin at 125 pounds as well. Haller was 22 pounds lighter than his opponent but ended up with the pin.
“The kids came up big tonight,” Canton assistant coach Ed deSimas said. The only low note for the Warriors was the knee injury to Nate Getler (29-2) at 135 pounds. He was hurt during the match and went to the hospital after the match for treatment.
It’s the first time that Canton has won at least five matches in the league since 2002.
Canton beats Windham for first time, takes 5th
VERNON, Jan. 31 – In a challenging tournament, the Warriors (15-9, 4-1 NCCC) wrestled well and finished fifth at the John Williams Duals in Rockville.
Canton came close to beating Rockville but fell, 42-37. Plainville dominated the Warriors in a 55-21 defeat before Canton rallied to beat undermanned Morgan-Clinton, 62-18.
In the fifth place bout, Canton beat Windham High for the first time ever with a 43-42 decision on criteria. The two teams actually tied at 42-42 but Canton earned the tiebreaker point and the victory for having more near fall points.
On Thursday, Canton snapped a five-match losing streak against Granby with a 48-33 victory. It was the first win over the Bears since 2002.
White takes third at Eagle Classic
MANCHESTER, Jan. 24 – Matt White went 3-1 to finish third at 103 pounds and highlight Canton’s top 10 finish at the 15th annual Eagle Classic tournament at East Catholic. White beat Berlin’s Don Cirullo twice in the tournament, earning a 13-4 decision in the quarterfinals and a 8-3 decision in the consolation final.
White lost to eventual champion Tyler Keane of Glastonbury in the semifinals, 12-0. White also beat South Windsor’s Hunter Rich by tech fall.
Nate Getler (135) dropped his first match of the year in a 6-5 semifinal loss to Berlin’s Roger Moss, who caught Getler in a cradle and took a 5-0 lead in the first period. In the second period, Getler had a pair of takedowns and an escape to cut the lead to 6-5. But Moss was able to ride out Getler in the third period.
Getler pinned East Windsor’s Mike Musanti in 1:09 and beat Newington’s Kyle Nunez, 6-3 in the quarterfinals.
Brandon Leach (140) won a pair of matches including one by pin in 14 seconds before dropping a 14-5 semifinal decision to eventual champion Justin Roncioli of Berlin. No other Canton wrestler won more than one match. Steven Carpenter (119) missed the tournament after getting hurt during gym class earlier in the week.
Canton's 10th place finish was its best since taking fifth in 2002.
Mistakes hurt in loss to Falcons
CANTON, Jan. 21 –Canton made several mistakes on the mat and Avon was more than happy to make the Warriors pay in a 59-12 loss. Several Canton wrestlers turned to their backs and got pinned. Some let their Avon opponents control the match by controlling the hands and wrists. One Canton wrestler had his opponent on his back but couldn’t pin him. He later got pinned.
“I’m disappointed,” Canton coach Bill Phelps said. “Avon is tough. They graduated a lot of kids but they all worked hard over the summer. They have more experience than we do but it should have been closer than it was.” The Falcons (14-1, 4-0 NCCC) had eight pins and won six of the first seven matches.
Canton (12-7, 3-1 NCCC) was missing three starters. Nate Scull (160) is out after suffering a concussion two weeks ago against Gilbert. Stephen Carpenter (119) got hurt in gym class on Tuesday and Ben Miner (152) is being slowed by a bad back. However, that didn’t make a difference in the outcome.
Canton’s Nate Getler (135) remained undefeated (22-0) with a pin of Robert Davies. At 140, Avon’s Matt Silver took advantage when Brandon Leach turned to his back and pinned him with eight seconds left in the first period. At 160, Avon’s Mike Hogan handed Canton’s Rich Jones just his second loss of the year, 13-8. Jones threw Hogan to his back in the final 10 seconds but there wasn’t enough time to get a pin.
The closest bout of the night was at 171 pounds with Canton’s Nate Haller outlasting Avon’s David Wyrick, 5-4. Haller rode out the third period and Wyrick escaped but not until the buzzer had sounded ending the match.
“We’ve had a good start this year,” Phelps said referring to wins in 11 of their first 15 matches. “We still have a long way to go. We need to be wrestling better for the Class S tournament. And we can do it. We can wrestle better.”
CANTON, Jan. 17 -- In three tough matches, the Warriors (12-6) won just once but it was still a satisfying effort, despite missing four starters. Canton scored 30 points offer Derby (14-2) and beat Seymour for the first time ever. “It wasn’t an easy day for anybody,” Canton assistant coach Ed deSimas said. “Derby came out 3-0 but they had to do their work. There were no easy matches."
Rich Jones (160) and Nate Getler (135) each finished 3-0 on the afternoon. Jones improved to 20-1 while Getler remained undefeated at 21-0. Nate Scull (152) was out with an injury after getting slammed to the mat last weekend against Gilbert, Ben Miner (160) was competing in a national gymnastics competition and Sean Delany (215) was ill. The other missing starter was skiing.
“We lost a few (individual) matches by a point because we let our guard down. I hope the boys will learn from that,” deSimas said. Against Derby, Canton's Matt White (103) dropped a 10-9 decision to Matt Poppa, who hit reversal with two seconds left. Steve Carpenter (119) dropped a 3-2 decision to Vincent Delprete, who controlled Carpenter for the entire third period. At 215, Mike Frazier was tied with Derby’s Jesse Gilbert at 9-9 before he got caught in a move and pinned.
In a 51-21 loss to Gilbert, the Yellowjackets won six of the first seven matches to take a commanding 33-4 lead. Gilbert’s Ross Lopardo (171) outlasted Nate Haller, 2-1. For Canton, Getler outlasted Tony Decato in a hard-fought 13-2 decision while Brandon Leach (140) outlasted Eric Parsons, 4-3. Carpenter (119) had a pin in 15 seconds.
Canton won the first six matches against Seymour to take a 33-0 lead with pins from Leach, Anthony Santiago (152), Greg Coles (171) and Nate Haller (189). Jones earned a 9-5 decision over Bill O’Donnell, erasing a four-point deficit after one period. Carpenter and Getler each earned a pair of hard-fought 9-2 decisions.
Dominating win over Enfield gives Canton its 11th win
ENFIELD, Jan. 14 – Canton is off to its best start in eight years since 2001 after its dominating 68-12 victory over Enfield High on Wednesday night. The Warriors improve to 11-4 and 3-0 in the NCCC. Canton is tied for first place in the league with Avon (10-0, 3-0) and Somers (15-4, 3-0).
The Warriors had seven pins in match, including four in the first four bouts to take a commanding 24-0 lead. Nate Getler (140) remained undefeated with a hard-fought 12-5 decision over Ryan Peterson. Canton beat the Raiders for the eighth straight year in the most lopsided Canton victory in the series.
With four wins, Canton earns spot in NW Duals final
BARKHAMSTED, Jan. 10 -- Canton earned a spot in the championship match of a dual meet tournament for the first time since 1995 at the Northwestern Regional Duals. The Warriors (10-4, 2-0 NCCC) won four bouts
Canton wrestled tough to win four matches in Pool A and make the finals. Victories over Morgan (65-15) and Rocky Hill (66-15) weren’t too difficult. But Canton had to wrestle well to beat St. Bernard’s, 37-34 and had to rally to put away pesky Wolcott Tech, 43-33.
Against St. Bernard, the Warriors trailed nearly the entire match but won four of the last five matches to earn the victory. Steve Carpenter (119) gave Canton a 17-16 lead with a pin but St. Bernard won the next two bouts to take a 28-17 lead with five left in the match.
Nate Getler (135) won with a 33 second pin but another pin gave St. Bernard a 34-23 lead. Canton’s Brandon Leach (140) prevailed in a tough 10-6 victory over Jordan Merrill and senior Nate Scull (145) followed with a huge 4-2 victory over John Turgeon to decide the match. Scull trailed 2-1 after two periods. But in the third period, he earned an escape and a sharp double-leg takedown with 50 seconds remaining. He rode out Turgeon for the victory.
Wolcott Tech took an 18-6 lead with three pins in the first four matches before Canton rallied with five wins in the next six matches for a 32-24 lead. But Tech was tough and led 33-30 with two matches left. But Rich Jones (160) pinned Jared Marshall in 26 seconds and Nate Haller (171) picked up a forfeit to clinch the match.
In the finals against Gilbert, Canton cut the lead to six twice but Gilbert (10-0) responded with victories each time to pull away. The last time Canton made a dual meet final was in 1995, losing to Gilbert in the championship bout of the Canton Duals and Gilbert Duals.
Getler won five times to improve to 16-0 on the year with four pins and a tech fall. Carpenter had five pins, three in less than a minute. Haller finished the day with four wins.
Canton tops Stafford for sixth victory
CANTON, Jan. 8 -- With eight pins, Canton beat Stafford for the fourth time in five years with a 57-24 victory. The Warriors had five pins in the first seven matches to take a commanding 30-12 lead. The meet was delayed one day due to school being cancelled on Wednesday due to icing.
Canton rallies to beat
E.O. Smith, top NW
THOMASTON, Dec. 30 -- Canton earned an impressive victory over E.O. Smith-Storrs in the first-ever match between the two schools, 45-29 and beat Northwestern Regional, 43-36 in a five-team meet. Canton (5-3) fell to Thomaston, 66-12 and Farmington, 54-23.
The E.O. Smith victory was impressive considering that the Panthers upset Thomaston, one of the top teams in Class S, earlier in the day, 45-34. Canton won four of the final five bouts to beat E.O. Smith. Steve Carpenter (119) beat Jesse Lusa, 8-2 to give Canton a 27-24 lead. After a loss at 125 pounds that gave the Panthers a 29-27 edge, Canton’s Peter LeDuc (130), Nate Getler (135) and Brandon Leach (140) closed out the match with pins.
Against Northwestern, Canton had three pins and took advantage of four Regional forfeits to earn the 42-36 win. By filling 12 of 14 weight classes, the Warriors are earning crucial points that they couldn’t get in previous campaigns.
Brandon Leach (140), Nate Getler (135) and Cole Murphy (285) had pins against Farmington while Rich Jones (160) earned a win by technical fall. Getler, now 11-0, also had a pin against Thomaston. Jones improved to 7-1 while Leach improved to 9-2. "We showed that we can do all right," assistant coach Ed deSimas said. "We hope we can hold our own against good teams."
Canton earns split to improve to 3-1
WOODBURY, Dec. 27 – The Warriors rallied from a six-point deficit after seven matches and came up with pins in three of the next four matches to pull away from Old Saybrook/Westbrook in a 37-31 victory on Saturday. Old Saybrook won three of the first four matches to take a 13-6 lead before Nate Getler (140) blanked Frank Navarro, 9-0 and senior Brendan Leach (145) beat David Skau, 5-1 to tie the match at 13-13.
The Rams got a pin at 152 before Rich Jones (160), Nate Haller (171) and Sean Delany (215) came up with pins. Greg Cole received a forfeit at 189 to give Canton a commanding 37-19 lead. It was the first-ever meeting with Old Saybrook (0-3), competing in its first varsity season.
Nonnewaug (5-1) handed Canton (3-1) its first loss of the season by winning seven matches and receiving four forfeits in a 57-15 decision. Tyler Tilbe (125) had a close 6-5 victory over Stephen Carpenter. Brandon Leach (145) won by pin and Nate Haller (171) earned a 7-0 decision for the Warriors. Nate Getler (135) won by forfeit.
Warriors top Suffield
SUFFIELD, Dec. 23 – Canton (2-0, 1-0 NCCC) had four pins, a tech fall and took advantage of four Suffield forfeits to roll to a 58-18 NCCC victory in the league opener for both schools on Tuesday night. Rich Jones (160), Sean Deleany (215), Steve Carpenter (119) and Ben Miner (152) each had pins for Canton while Matt Grishevich (125) won by tech fall.
Getler wins title as Canton takes fourth
DERBY, Dec. 20 – Sophomore Nate Getler outlasted Derby’s Linbert Cousley in the championship match at 140 pounds to win at the 19th annual Derby Invitational Saturday. Getler, who earned a 4-0 decision in the final, sparked Canton’s fourth place finish as the Warriors had six wrestlers earn medals.
Junior Steve Carpenter (119) and Brandon Leach (140) each finished second while Matt White (112) and Nate Haller (171) each took third. Matt Grishevich (125) took fourth place.
With three champions and seven finalists, Derby won their own Derby Invitational for the fourth straight year and eighth time in 19 years.
Warriors top Portland in season opening victory
PORTLAND, Dec. 17 – With four pins and five forfeits from Portland, the Warriors opened the 2008-09 campaign with a strong 54-27 victory over the Highlanders. Nate Getler (135), Brandon Leach (140), Rich Jones (171) and Steve Carpenter (119) won by pin.
Canton 70, East Windsor 12
112-Matt White (C) pin Ben Omeara (EW) 2:52; 119-Steve Carpenter (C) pin Eric Strba (EW) 1:18; 125-Matt Grishevich (C) pin Kith Silvernale (EW) 3:58; 130-Joe Titus (EW) pin Peter Leduc (C) 0:45; 135-Forest Haller (C) pin Mike Casaol (EW) 1:15; 140-Brandon Leach (C) dec Andrew Guerete (EW) 10-0; 145-Anthony Santiago (C) pin Cody Koehler (EW) 2:59; 152-Keith Hill (EW) forfeit; 160-Rich Jones (C) pin Alex Syzmanski (EW) 1:33; 171-Greg Cole (C) forfeit; 189-Nate Haller (C) forfeit; 215-Sean Deleany (C) forfeit; 285-Cole Murphy (C) forfeit; 112-Brian Fitzpatric (C) forfeit
Groundhog Duals(partial results)
At South Windsor
South Windsor 65, Canton 12
South Windsor def. Glastonbury
South Windsor def. Plainville
South Windsor def. Stafford
South Windsor def. Portland
Glastonbury 51, Canton 21
Glastonbury def. Mt. Anthony B
Glastonbury def. Plainville
Glastonbury def. Stafford
Plainville def. Mt. Anthony B
Plainville def. Stafford
Plainville def. Portland
Canton 48, Mt Anthony “B” 33
Canton 60, Portland 24
Canton 50, Stafford 30
Portland vs. Stafford
Portland vs. Mt. Anthony B
Final results: 1. South Windsor 5-0, 2. Glastonbury 4-1, 3. Plainville 3-2 (beat Canton earlier this year), 4. Canton 3-2
Canton 48, Mt Anthony “B” 33
At South Windsor
103-Chris Schramm (MAU) tech fall Brian Fitzpatrick (C) 15-0, 4:00; 112-Liston Gautheir (MAU) dec Matt White (C) 10-2; 119-Steve Carpenter (C) pin Brandon Burke (MAU) 1:39; 125-Matt Grishevich (C) forfeit; 130-Peter Leduc (C) forfeit; 135-Drew Griffs (MAU) pin Forest Haller (C) 4:16; 140-Anthony Santiago (C) forfeit; 145-Brandon Leach (C) pin John Seward (MAU) 3:01; 152-Jake Lacasse (MAU) forfeit; 160-Rich Jones (C) forfeit; 171-Greg Cole (C) forfeit; 189-Al Reed (MAU) forfeit; 215-Sean Deleany (C) forfeit; 285-Sam Webster (MAU) forfeit
Glastonbury 51, Canton 21
At South Windsor
112-Cody Keene (G) pin Tyler Fitzpatrick (C) 1:06; 119-Steve Carpenter (C) dec Ben Sharron (G) 6-1; 125-Blake Summers (G) dec Matt Grisevich (C) 8-3; 130-Anthony Longo (G) pin Peter Leduc (C) 0:48; 135-Jason Talbot (G) pin Forest Haller (C) 0:54; 140-Brandon Leach (C) pin Waleed Khan (G) 3:54; 145-Will Clark (G) pin Anthony Santiago (C) 1:50; 152-double forfeit; 160-Rich Jones (C) pin Nick Puchaisy (G) 2:30; 171-Ben Pennant (G) pin Greg Cole (C) 1:49; 189-Ivan Santiago (G) forfeit; 215-Sean Deleany (C) pin Alex Dorrough (G) 0:30; 285-Peirce Thompson (G) forfeit; 103-Tyler Keene (G) pin Brian Fitzpatrick (C) 1:18
South Windsor 65, Canton 12
At South Windsor
125-Greg Oullette (SW) dec Matt Grishevich (C) 4-1; 130-Dylan Rinker (SW) pin Peter Leduc (C) 1:15; 135-Elliot Lopez (SW) pin Forest Haller (C) 1:41; 140-Joe Sargenti (SW) pin Brandon Leach (C) 3:26; 145-Sean Kasek (SW) dec Anthony Santiago (C) 12-0; 152-Anthony Josie (SW) forfeit; 160-Rich Jones (C) pin Alex Prague (SW) 1:04; 171-Evan Alard (SW) pin Greg Cole (C) 1:37; 189-Mike Ingals (SW) forfeit; 215-Quincy Thomas (SW) pin Sean Deleany (C) 1:38; 285-Seth Rothberg (SW) forfeit; 103-Matt White (C) pin Ivor Peles (SW) 0:20; 112-Audie Nash (SW) pin Tyler Fitzpatrick (C) 2:51; 119-Nick Healy (SW) dec Steve Carpenter (C) 8-0
Canton 50, Stafford 30
At South Windsor
130- Lawrence Machia (ST) pin Peter Leduc (C) 0:34; 135-Forest Haller (C) forfeit; 140-Anthony Santiago (C) pin Anthony Nashwinter (ST) 0:29; 145-Brandon Leach (C) pin Anthony Desteffano (ST) 1:01; 152-John Otero (ST) forfeit; 160-Rich Jones (C) pin Anthony Parrone (ST) 1:01; 171-Tucker Fontenella (ST) pin Greg Cole (C) 1:04; 189-Eric Bruce (ST) forfeit; 215-Sean Deleany (C) pin Dennis Martel (ST) 2:51; 285-Garth Gilliagan (ST) forfeit; 103-Brian Fitzpatrick (C) forfeit; 112-Matt White (C) dec Roshawn Reham (ST) 8-0; 119-Steve Carpenter (C) pin Lindsey Falcon (ST) 0:44; 125-Matt Grishevich (C) dec Evan Frazenelli (ST) 12-4
119: Dan Piscottano (S) pin Tyler Fitzpatrick, 0:29; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Joel Bailey, 0:58; 130: Matt Grisevich (Ca) dec. Evan McGowan, 9-0; 135: Troy Zachary (S) injury default over Nate Getler, 2:21; 140: Dave Chokan (S) dec. Brandon Leach, 6-2; 145: Anthony Santiago (Ca) forfeit; 152: Rob Garlick (S) forfeit; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Matt Hoss, 4:51; 171: Tim Vollaro (S) pin Greg Cole, 0:50; 189: Nate Haller (Ca) pin Nick Basbrach, 3:44; 215: Ken Vollaro (S) pin Sean Delany, 2:28; 285: Nick Nikolove (S) forfeit; 103: Brian Fitzpatrick (Ca) forfeit; 112: Matt White (Ca) forfeit
Other matches: 140: Matt Janiga, Ellington, pin Anthony Santiago, Canton, 5:39
Records: Canton 16-9, 5-1 NCCC; Somers 19-6, 5-1 NCCC
John Williams Duals
Avon 50, Windham High 24
Avon def. RHAM
Avon 66, JV All-Stars 12
RHAM 46, Windham High 31
RHAM 49, JV All-Stars 21
Windham High 42, JV All-Stars 24
Rockville 42, Canton 37
Rockville 47, Morgan 30
Rockville 31, Plainville 30, criteria
Plainville 64, Morgan 9
Plainville 55, Canton 21
Canton 62, Morgan 18
Championship: Avon 49, Rockville 24
Third place: Plainville 42, RHAM 28
Fifth place: Canton 43, Windham 42, criteria
Rockville 42, Canton 37
140-Brandon Leach (C) pin Chris Castonauy (R) 3:07; 145-James McDermott (R) pin Anthony Santiago (C) 1:57; 152-Mike Hutwagner (R) forfeit; 160-Rich Jones (C) dec Luke Olk (R) 17-6; 171-Corey Cinamella (R) pin Greg Cole (C) 1:44; 189-Nate Haller (C) pin Adam Sobilo (R) 1:02; 215-Jamie Carter (R) pin Sean Deleany (C) 2:17; 285- Tyler Stone (R) forfeit; 103-Matt White (C) pin John Mangenello (R) 1:46; 112-Thei Nguyen (R) pin Tyler Fitzpatric (C) 0:50; 119-Steve Carpenter (C) pin Mike Lavoi (R) 1:01; 125-Matt Grishevich (C) dec Bryan Castongoy (R) 11-9; 130-Matt Karr (R) pin Peter Leduc (C) 1:21; 135-Nate Getler (C) pin Brendan Tarzia (R) 4:23
Plainville 55, Canton 21
145-Ryan Barton (P) pin Anthony Santiago (C) 2:56; 152-Steve Longo (P) forfeit; 160-Mario Acca (P) dec. Rich Jones (C) 14-3; 171-Nate Haller (C) pin C. Ricky (P) 1:11; 189-Jake Petuitz (P) pin Greg Cole (C) 1:10; 215-Kevin Spence (P) pin Sean Deleany (C) 5:00; 285-Stefano Celli (P) forfeit; 103-Matt White (C) inj def Brian Lister (P) 3:04; 112-Vinnie Russo (P) pin Brian Fitzpatric (C) 0:30; 119-Steve Carpenter (C) dec Matt Tanner (P) 4-0; 125-Zach Harper (P) dec. Matt Grishevich (C) 6-0; 130-Kyle Palietier (P) pin Peter Leduc (C) 0:23; 135-Nate Getler (C) pin David Oliviera (P) 1:00; 140-Robbie Voisine (P) pin Brandon Leach (C) 5:22
Canton 62, Morgan 18
152-Kosta Mathew (M) forfeit; 160-Rich Jones (C) pin Steve Irvine (M) 1:45; 171-Greg Cole (C) forfeit; 189-Nate Haller (C) pin Brandon McDowell (M) 2:27; 215-Sean Deleany (C) pin Jon Mizger (M) 3:31; 285-Andy Brooks (M) forfeit; 103-Matt White (C) pin Nate Perdue (M) 0:29; 112-Brian Fitzpatric (C) forfeit; 119-Steve Carpenter (C) forfeit; 125-Matt Grishevich (C) tech fall Henry Shaw (M) 15-0 (5:50); 130-Rich Gara (M) pin Peter Leduc (C) 0:25; 135-Nate Getler (C) forfeit; 140-Anthony Santiago (C) dec Charra Phon (M) 9-3; 145-Brandon Leach (C) pin Antonio Capeca (M) 1:25
Canton 43, Windham 42, criteria
160-Rich Jones (C) pin Devin Lincoln (W) 2:27; 171-Zach Fleming (W) pin Greg Cole (C) 1:37; 189-James Fiasconeio (W) pin Nate Haller (C) 0:50; 215-Travis Koch (W) pin Sean Deleany (C) 0:59; 285-Stokes Watson (W) forfeit; 103-Matt White (C) pin Gilberto Dejesus (W) 0:29; 112-Iggy Vivernos (W) pin Brian Fitzpatric (C) 0:58; 119-Steve Carpenter (C) pin Demy Bustamata (W) 0:40; 125-Matt Grishevich (C) pin DJ Baker (W) 1:06; 130-Alex Crotty (W) pin Peter Leduc (C) 1:34; 135-Nate Getler (C) forfeit; 140-Brandon Leach (C) pin Danny Santiago (W) 1:25; 145-Anthony Santiago (C) forfeit; 152-Hunter Cantos (W) forfeit
NOTE: Canton wins on criteria, most near fall points scored
Canton 48, Granby 33
285-Ryan Coyle (G) pin Mike Frazer (C) 3:02; 103-Matt White (C) forfeit; 112-Brian Fitzpatric (C) forfeit; 119-Steve Carpenter (C) forfeit; 125-Ben Lombardo (G) dec. Matt Grishevich (C) 7-1; 130-Ethan Hallenbeck (G) pin Peter Leduc (C) 1:49; 135-Nate Getler (C) pin Chris Brown (G) 3:17; 140-Brandon Leach (C) pin Matt Smith (G) 5:28; 145-Joe Rivera (G) pin Hunter Lang (C) 0:31; 152-Nick Salvatore (G) forfeit; 160-Rich Jones (C) pin Trevor Coralla (G) 5:32; 171-Nate Haller (C) pin Costas Vasiakis (G) 1:22; 189-Ryan Collins (G) pin Greg Cole (C) 2:30; 215-Sean Deleany (C) pin Sean Coyle (G) 0:35
Other results: 119 pounds -- Steve Carpenter, Canton, pin Oliver Hooper (East Granby) 2:19
Avon 59, Canton 12
125: Joe Tripodi (A) pin Matt Yacovino, 0:59; 130: Eric Remigino (A) dec. Matt Grisevich, 10-7; 135: Nate Getler (C) pin Robert Davies, 3:02; 140: Matt Silver (A) pin Brandon Leach, 1:52; 145: Eric Lybeck (A) pin Anthony Santiago, 0:51; 152: Mike Dugan (A) forfeit; 160: Mike Hogan (A) dec. Rich Jones, 13-8; 171: Nate Haller (C) dec. David Wyrick, 5-4; 189: Leo Herbert (A) pin Greg Cole, 1:17; 215: Sonny Portelance (A) pin Sean Delany, 5:32; 285: Don MacDonald (A) pin Cole Murphy, 1:56; 103: Matt White (C) dec. Jason Lybeck, 6-2; 112: Connor Douglas (A) pin Brian Fitzpatrick, 1:32; 119: Herbie Brown (A) pin Tyler Fitzpatrick, 0:32
Records: Avon 14-1, 4-0 NCCC: Canton 12-7, 3-1 NCCC. Avon lost one point for arguing with the referee.
Gilbert 51, Canton 21
145 M. Gables (G) pin Anthony Santiago, 1:42 ; 152 Xavier Dubois (G) forfeit ; 160: Rich Jones (C) dec. Jessie Keslow, 19-7; 171: Ross Lopardo (G) dec Nate Haller, 2-1 ; 189: Tore Lovetere (G) pin Greg Cole, 1:08 ; 215 Jose Dejesus (G) pin M. Fraser, 0:27 ; 285: M. Dombrowski (G) pin Cole Murphy, 0:57; 103 Matt White (C) dec. Josh Hoxie, 12-2; 112: Bridgit Smtyh (G) forfeit ; 119 Steve Carpenter (C) pin Cory Farkas, 0:15 ; 125: Alex Smith (G) pin Matt Grisevich, 2:20 ; 130: Keith Brown (G) forfeit ; 135: Nate Getler (C) dec. Tony Decato 13-2; 140: Brandon Leach (C) dec. Eric Parsons, 4-3
Derby 47, Canton 30
152: Nick Slowik (D) forfeit; 160: Rich Jones (C) forfeit; 171: Nate Haller (C) pin Richard Bartone, 1:14; 189: Greg Coles (C) forfeit; 215: Jesse Gilbert (D) pin Mike Frazier, 2:39; 285: Richard Gonzalez (D) pin Cole Murphy, 0:22; 103: Matt Poppa (D) dec. Matt White, 10-9; 112: Anthony Delprete (D) forfeit; 119: Vincent Delprete (D) dec. Steve Carpenter, 3-2; 125: Tyler O’Connor (D) tech fall Matt Grisevich, 17-1, 4:00; 130: Brandow Parlow (D) forfeit; 135: Nate Getler (C) pin Linbert Cousley, 3:26; 140: Brandon Leach (C) pin Brian Doubek, 1:32; 145: Justin Grabetz (D) pin Anthony Santiago, 0:39
Records: Derby 15-1
Canton 45, Seymour 30
140: Brandon Leach (C) pin Sam Harding, 0:21; 145: Hunter Lang (C) forfeit; 152: Anthony Santiago (C) pin Tyler Shea, 3:39; 160: Rich Jones (C) dec. Bill O’Donnell, 9-5; 171: Greg Coles (C) pin Harshaw, 1:17; 189: Nate Haller (C) pin Tom Saja, 0:48; 215: Neil Couteau (S) pin Mike Frazier, 2:43; 285: Pat Plumb (S) pin Cole Murphy, 0:10; 103: Matt White (C) pin Brandon Starbow, 0:59; 112: Carlos Vidal (S) forfeit; 119: Steve Carpenter (C) dec. Bill Novak, 9-2; 125: Gary DiPietro (S) pin Matt Grisevich, 1:38; 130: Greg Gandiosi (S) forfeit; 135: Nate Getler (C) dec. Alfonzo Krivickas, 9-2
Records: Canton 12-6, Seymour 7-9
Other matches: 145: Anthony Santiago, Canton pin Dennis Danley, Ansonia, 1:54; 152: Nicholas O'Connor, Ansonia, forfeit
Canton 68, Enfield 12
103-Brian Fitzpatrick (C) pin TimOlshafski (E) 1:16; 112-Matt White (C) pin Mike Sautelle (E) 1:43; 119-Stephen Carpenter (C) pin Skylar Meunier (E) 2:50; 125-Matt Grishevich (C) pin Doug Barton (E) 0:53; 130-Zack Lisk (E) forfeit; 135-Brandon Lancaster (E) pin Forest Haller (C) 3:23; 140-Nate Getler (C) dec Ryan Peterson (E) 12-5; 145-Brandon Leach (C) tech fall Mark Morgan (E) 17-2, 4:09; 152-Anthony Santiago (C) forfeit; 160-Rich Jones (C) forfeit; 171-Greg Cole (C) pin Armondo Chaviez (E) 5:38; 189-Nate Haller (C) pin Stephen Robitaille (E) 3:52; 215-Sean Deleany (C) forfeit; 285-Cole Murphy (C) pin Kyle Federowski (E) 0:31
Records: Canton 11-4, 3-0 NCCC: Enfield 2-11, 0-3
Gilbert 66, Suffield 18
Gilbert 59, East Catholic 17
Gilbert 64, Northwestern 16
East Catholic 40, Northwestern 39
East Catholic 48, Suffield 30
Northwestern 45, Suffield 33
Canton 65, Morgan 15
Canton 66, Rocky Hill 15
Canton 37, St. Bernard 34
Canton 43, Wolcott Tech 33
St. Bernard 48, Wolcott Tech 29
St. Bernard 63, Morgan 6
St. Bernard 60, Rocky Hill 21
Wolcott Tech 60, Rocky Hill 24
Wolcott Tech 47, Morgan 27
Rocky Hill 42, Morgan 24
Championship: Gilbert 51, Canton 30
Third place: East Catholic vs. St. Bernard, ppd. TBA
Fifth place: Northwestern 48, Wolcott Tech 36
Seventh place: Suffield 48, Rocky Hill 30
Canton 37, St. Bernard 34
171: Luke Haller (C) dec. Ryan Benoit, 7-4; 189: Lucas Bowman (STB) pin Greg Cole, 0:27; 215: Sean Delany (C) forfeit; 285: Mike Tucker (STB) pin Cole Murphy, 0:23; 103: Brian Fitzpatrick (C) dec. Robert Dailey, 12-2; 112: Andrew Suh (STB) dec. Matt White, 14-4; 119: Steve Carpenter (C) pin Ed Suh, 3:37; 125: Rich Wood (STB) forfeit; 130: Marcus Jenkins (STB) pin Matt Grisevich, 1:24; 135: Nate Getler (C) pin Paul Stein-Higgins, 0:33; 140: Mike Dailey (STB) pin Anthony Santiago, 1:02; 145: Brandon Leach (C) dec. Jordan Merrill, 10-6; 152: Nate Scull (C) dec. John Turgeon, 4-2; 160: Rich Jones (C) forfeit
Canton 43, Wolcott Tech 33
189: Greg Cole (C) forfeit; 215: Zach Kennedy (WT) pin Sean Delany, 5:06; 285: John Blake (WT) pin Cole Murphy, 0:20; 103: Austin Valincourt (WT) pin Brian Fitzpatrick, 1:46; 112: Matt White (C) dec. Derrick Lopes, 10-2; 119: Steve Carpenter (C) pin Jason Chamis, 1:20; 125: Matt Grisevich (C) tech fall Todd Colte, 16-0, 2:06; 130: Jacob Noreia (WT) forfeit; 135: Nate Getler (C) tech fall Caleb Duborg, 15-0, 5:24; 140: Brandon Leach (C) forfeit; 145: Logan Mitchell (WT) pin Anthony Santiago, 2:49; 152: Adam Lagasse (WT) dec. Nate Scull, 9-6; 160: Rich Jones (C) pin Jared Marshall, 0:26; 171: Nate Haller (C) forfeit
119: Matt Rosengrant, Torrington, pin Tyler Fitzpatrick, Canton, 2:50; 152: Matt Parotta, Torrington pin Hunter Lang, 0:26
Gilbert 51, Canton 30
215: Jose DeJesus (G) pin Sean Delany, 0:58; 285: Marshall Deane (G) pin Cole Murphy, 0:49; 103: Josh Hoxie (G) pin Brian Fitzpatrick, 1:59; 112: Matt White (C) pin Bridgit Smith, 0:57; 119: Steve Carpenter (C) pin Cody Farkas, 1:11; 125: Alex Smith (G) forfeit; 130: Tony Decato (G) pin Matt Grisevich, 1:59; 135: Nate Getler (C) pin Keith Brown, 0:43; 140: Brandon Leach (C) pin Sean Blackwell, 1:01; 145: Eric Parson (G) pin Anthony Santiago, 0:57; 152: Xavier Dubois (G) win by injury default over Nate Scull; 160: Rich Jones (C) pin Jessie Keslow, 1:41; 171: Ross Lopardo (G) dec. Nate Haller, 11-10; 189: Tore Lovetere (G) pin Greg Coles, 0:49
Canton 65, Morgan 15
152: Nate Scull (C) forfeit; 160: Rich Jones (C) forfeit; 171: Nate Haller (C) tech fall Steve Irvin, 16-1, 4:53; 189: Brandon McDowell (M) pin Greg Coles, 3:52; 215: Andrew Brooks (M) dec. Sean Delany, 9-5; 285: Andrew Brooks (M) pin Cole Murphy, 1:59; 103: Brian Fitzpatrick (C) pin Nate Purdue, 0:42; 112: Matt White (C) forfeit; 119: Tyler Fitzpatrick (C) forfeit; 125: Steve Carpenter (C) pin Alex Falk, 0:58; 130: Matt Grisevich (C) forfeit; 135: Peter LeDuc (C) forfeit; 140: Nate Getler (C) pin Antonio Capris, 0:38; 145: Brandon Leach (C) pin Charia Phon, 1:46