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2009-10 schedule
Final record
10-21 overall, 2-5 NCCC
Wednesday, Dec. 16
Canton 44, Portland 36
Saturday, Dec. 19
at Derby Tournament, 4th
Wednesday, Dec. 23
Canton 57, East Windsor 24
Saturday, Dec. 26
At RHAM Duals with Fitch, Lyman Memorial, Cheney Tech, Woodstock Academy, Bristol Eastern, Nonnewaug, cancelled (ice, freezing rain)
Wednesday, Dec. 30
E.O. Smith 63, Canton 18
Farmington 51, Canton 30
Canton 48, Northwestern 30
Canton 42, Thomaston 36
Saturday, Jan. 2
Nonnewaug 64, Canton 15
Foran 41, Canton 32
Holy Cross 46, Canton 32
Canton 41, Oxford 30
Wednesday, Jan. 6
Suffield 48, Canton 36
Saturday, Jan. 9
Northwestern Regional Duals: Stafford 54, Canton 27
Gilbert 48, Canton 30
Morgan 45, Canton 36
Canton 48, Rocky Hill 36
Wednesday, Jan. 13
Stafford 40, Canton 39
Saturday, Jan. 16
Seymour 45, Canton 15
Derby 54, Canton 24
Gilbert 46, Canton 24
Wednesday, Jan. 20
Enfield 38, Canton 37, criteria (scored first in more matches, 5-4)
Saturday, Jan. 23
at Eagle Classic (E. Catholic), 10th
Wednesday, Jan. 27
Avon 54, Canton 29
Saturday, Jan. 31
At John Williams Duals (Rockville)
RHAM 56, Canton 11
Windham High 66, Canton 16
Stratford 56, Canton 24
7th: Canton 42, Morgan 30
Wednesday, Feb. 3
Canton 58, Granby 24
Saturday, Feb. 6
GroundHog Duals (S. Windsor)
Rockville 42, Canton 38
South Windsor 60, CHS 18
Canton 43, Portland 33
Canton 64, Lyman Mem. 12
Wednesday, Feb. 10
Somers 45, Canton 36
Saturday, Feb. 13
At NCCC Tournament at Granby, 3rd
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Friday/Saturday, Feb. 19-20
at Class S championships at Sports Medicine Science Academy-Hartford, 10th
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at State Open championships at Hillhouse-New Haven
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Canton's Phelps steps away from wrestling
CANTON, March 18 -- It just seems like Canton High wrestling coach Bill Phelps has been around forever. But he hasn’t. For nearly 30 years, Phelps has been a fixture on the sidelines in Canton and in the valley. He has been there for a generation of athletes on and off the field.
Canton Wrestling Online, March 18: Phelps retires after 28 years as wrestling coach

Carpenter, Getler each get a win at State Open
NEW HAVEN, February 27 – Canton’s Steve Carpenter (125) and Nate Getler (135) both won their opening matches at the State Open but both were beaten in the quarterfinals and eliminated in separate one-point decisions. Carpenter pinned Platt’s Erik Franks in the first round in 3:37 but lost in the quarterfinals to Class L champion Ed Carroll of Hand, 9-5. Carroll advanced to the finals. Carpenter (39-5) was eliminated in his first consolation round bout by Newington’s Chris Chorzepa, 3-2.

Getler (38-6) pinned Waterford’s Zach Deer in his first bout in 1:42. In the quarterfinals, defending State Open champion Joe Sargenti of South Windsor pinned Getler in 2:44. Getler was eliminated in his first consolation round match by Avon’s James Gendler, 4-3.

Carpenter takes 2nd, Warriors finish 10th in Phelps' finale
HARTFORD, Feb. 20 -- Three Canton wrestlers finished in the top three of their respective weight classes in Saturday’s Class S championship to earn a trip to this weekend’s State Open tournament.

For the second straight year, the Warriors finished 10th, an impressive feat considering that Canton won just 10 matches with a lineup wracked with holes due to injuries, inexperience and a lack of wrestlers.

A smile was never far from coach Bill Phelps face during this tournament. Four wrestlers made the semifinals and senior Steven Carpenter (125 pounds) earned a spot in the championship match for the second time in three seasons.

Junior Nate Getler (130) finished third and Matt White (119) took fourth to earn a trip to the Open. After two closely-fought defeats, senior Rich Jones (160) won what may be his final scholastic match with a pin in 34 seconds to take fifth. He will be an alternate for the State Open.

At 130, Matt Grisevich was just one win shy of finishing in the top six and winning a medal.

Phelps received a standing ovation from the crowd prior to Carpenter’s final when it was announced that he was retiring after 28 seasons. Carpenter (38-3) won his first two bouts by decision and pinned East Catholic’s Scott Gonalez in 5:53 to earn a spot in the final. The match was back and forth with both wrestlers scoring points before Carpenter caught Gonalez and pinned him.

But in the final, Nonnewaug’s Tyler Tilbe was too strong in a 14-1 decision to win his second straight Class S title. “He was pretty strong,” Carpenter admitted. “I’ve lost three matches this year and two were to him. He has a lot of experience and doesn’t make a lot of mistakes. He’s always moving.” Carpenter lost in the 103-pound final as a sophomore.

Getler (37-4) dropped a 6-3 decision to eventual champion Brandon Walsh of Griswold in the semifinals at 135 pounds. Getler battled through a 7-2 decision over Thomaston’s Kyle Oldham and dominated Stafford’s Evan Frassinelli, 11-3 to finish third.

Getler is still struggling in the effects of injuring his leg about 13 months ago during a match, including nerve damage in the leg. “By all rights, he shouldn’t even be out there but he has worked very hard to get back,” said Phelps, who said 135 may be the toughest in Class S. “He’s a tough kid.”

At 160, Jones trailed Ansonia’s Nick O’Connor by two points with 55 seconds left after a two-point reversal. But O’Connor’s takedown with 36 seconds left boosted him to a 10-5 victory. Jones (41-4) dropped a 7-2 decision to Nonnewaug’s D.J. Hardisty in the consolation semifinals but rebounded by pinning Weston’s Lucas Romaldini in 34 seconds.

White (119) lost to Housatonic’s Dom Ghi in the consolation final, 7-3.

With five NCCC champions, Canton surges into third
GRANBY, Feb. 13 -- For Canton (10-21, 2-5 NCCC), the sting of a frustrating dual meet season was eased a bit by the outstanding performance from five individual champions at the NCCC Tournament.

Senior Stephen Carpenter (125) won his second NCCC championship while senior Rich Jones (160) and sophomore Matt White (119) won for second straight year. Senior Matt Grisevich (130) and junior Nate Getler (135) each won for the first time.

Canton had five wrestlers in the finals. All five won to lift Canton to a third place finish in the tournament with 125 points, just ahead of Stafford with 120.5. Avon won the overall tournament and league title.

“I thought it was outstanding,” outgoing head coach Bill Phelps said. “I was very pleased. They never faltered, especially in the finals.”

Carpenter (35-2) wasn’t challenged much in the tournament and won with a 6-0 win over Stafford’s Allen Yang. Jones (38-2) had a dominating 6-0 win over Avon’s Ryan Pearson in the finals and pin in the semifinals to add to his team-leading total of 28.

White (27-4) had three pins including a 1:08 pin of Stafford’s Roshan Rehman in the final.
Getler (34-3) prevailed in one of the toughest weight classes in the tournament.

Three of the top four wrestlers were undefeated in the league. Getler stopped Stafford’s Evan Frassinelli 4-1 in the semifinals and outlasted Avon’s James Gendler, 8-4 in the championship match.
“I think he was in the toughest weight class in the tournament,” Phelps said.

Grisevich (30-7) had two pins in the tournament. He won a title by beating Avon’s Eric Remigno, 9-2.

Canton wins three, including emotional win over Granby
SOUTH WINDSOR, Feb. 6 -- With his wrestling coaching career now down to a matter of days, Canton High mentor Bill Phelps saw his Warriors pick up three victories last week. In his final home match before many former wrestlers, parents and friends, the Warriors beat Granby, 54-28.

On the weekend, they picked up another two victories at the Groundhog Duals in South Windsor by beating Portland, 43-33 and Lyman Memorial, 64-12. The Warriors (10-20, 2-4 NCCC) nearly beat Rockville in a 43-38 loss and dropped a 60-18 decision to South Windsor.

The win over Granby was an emotional one for the team and Phelps, who was honored in the final home match of his 27-year career. Many former wrestlers and their parents were among the crowd who were treated to a brief slide show of Phelps coaching the Warriors throughout the years and words of congratulations from his long-time assistant coach Ed deSimas.

“Seeing all of those kids. That was the most touching moment,” Phelps said. “The letters and notes that I’ve received from kids and the parents was great. That is what meant more to me. It’s not about the wins and losses. It’s about the friendships we’ve made along the way.”

Thanks to five forfeits in the first eight weight classes, Canton took command early against Granby. Nate Getler (140 pounds) and Chris Giesselman (103) had pins for the Warriors while Matt Grisevich (135) earned a 12-2 decision.

At the Groundhog Duals, the Warriors went 2-2 but Matt White (119) and Steve Carpenter (125) and Rich Jones (160) each went 4-0. Carpenter (31-2) had three pins and a technical fall while White (23-4) had three pins.

Jones, who has a team-high 35 wins in 37 matches, had two pins. His 27 pins are four shy of the single-season school record of 31 set by Kacy O’Connor nearly a decade ago.
Getler (135) went 3-1 to improve to 30-3 on the year. His only loss was to defending State Open champion Joe Sargenti of South Windsor, 8-1. Grisevich (130) went 3-1 to improve to 26-7.

With 4 wins, Jones earns his 30th victory
ROCKVILLE, Jan. 30 – Senior Rich Jones (160) had three pins and a tech fall on Saturday at the John Williams Duals at Rockville High to improve this record to a team-best 30-2. Canton finished seventh in the eight-team event with a 42-30 victory over Morgan in the final bout of the afternoon.

Steve Carpenter (125) went 3-0 with two pins and a two-point victory over RHAM’s Willie Giarde to improve to 26-2. Nate Getler (135) had four wins with two pins, a forfeit and a decision, raising his record to 26-2 on the year. Matt Grisevich (130) won two of his three matches on the day to improve to 22-6.

Canton (7-18) forfeited six of 14 weight classes due to illness and lack of wresters. The Warriors fell to RHAM, 56-11, Windham High, 66-16 and Stratford, 56-24 in the pool portion of the tournament that was won by RHAM. Three Canton wrestlers had their Stratford opponents on their back but couldn’t finish and eventually lost their bouts.

Four CHS wrestlers with over 20 wins
Short-handed Warriors fall to Avon
AVON, January 27 – Short on bodies due to illnesses, the Warriors gave up 30 points before the first match began thanks to five forfeits in a 54-29 loss to defending NCCC champion Avon. On the mat, Canton actually outscored the Falcons, 29-24 with four pins and a tech fall. Rich Jones (160) earned his team-leading 26th win but he had to work for it. Avon’s Ryan Pearson got the first two takedowns of the match to take a 4-1 lead. Late in the first period, Pearson turned Jones to take a 8-3 lead. But Jones (26-2) rallied to tie the match at 8-8 and pin Pearson in 2:18.

Steve Carpenter (125) improved to 23-2 with a first period pin while Nate Getler (135) improved to 22-2 with a pin in less than a minute. Matt Grisevich (130) also had a pin and raised his record to 20-5. The Warriors (6-15, 1-4 NCCC) actually had an 18-0 lead after three matches but forfeited five of the final 11 bouts. Matt White (119) won by technical fall to raise his record to 18-2. Avon improved to 16-4 on the year and 5-0 in the league.

Jones is 3rd, Getler takes fourth
Canton finishes
10th at Eagle Classic
MANCHESTER, Jan. 23 -- Five Canton wrestlers advanced to the semifinals at the 16th annual Eagle Classic tournament in Manchester Saturday. But each were stopped as the Warriors finished 10th in the competitive field that included three teams receiving votes in the state coaches poll and long-time Vermont state champion Mt. Anthony of Bennington.

Junior Nate Getler (135, 21-2) finished fourth, falling in triple OT, 2-1 in the consolation final to Berlin’s Will Matuszak. Senior Rich Jones (160, 25-2) finished tied for third because his opponent Evan Allard of South Windsor had already wrestled five times and was ineligible to compete again. Jones actually pinned Allard earlier in the tournament in 3:03. State rules allow athletes to compete in just five matches a day.

Getler easily won his quarterfinal match before getting defeated for the first time this year by Mt. Anthony’s Ben Price by a pin in 3:35 in the semifinals. Getler won his first consolation round bout to earn a spot in the third place bout against Matuszak.

Getler took a 1-0 lead thanks to a second period escape. That was nearly good enough but Getler was penalized one point for stalling with about five seconds left in regulation, sending the match into overtime. In the first OT, Getler had Matuszak sitting down on his bottom but couldn’t finish the takedown. In the third OT, Matuszak was able to earn the decisive point by riding Getler for 30 seconds and not allowing him to score a point.

After pinning Allard in his first match, Jones stumbled in overtime against St. Paul’s Chris Bachand. The match was tied 6-6 after two periods. Bachand got the winning takedown in OT to advance to the final. Jones picked up a consolation round victory but since Allard had wrestled five matches in one day, the two wrestlers shared third place.

Stephen Carpenter (125, 22-2), Matt White (103, 17-2) and Matt Grisevich (130, 19-5) also advanced to the semifinals. Carpenter, who was 2-2 on the day, lost to Nonnewaug’s Tyler Tilbe, 8-1. It was Carpenter's first loss of the season. Tilbe barely lost in the final, 3-2 to Windham’s Miquel Calixto. White was pinned by Mt. Anthony’s Chris Schramm in 5:15 while Grisevich dropped a 5-0 decision to eventual champion Casey Mitchell of South Windsor.

Raiders prevail on criteria
CANTON, Jan. 20 -- Canton (6-14, 1-3 NCCC) dropped a 38-37 decision to Enfield on criteria. The two teams tied at 37-37 after 14 matches but Enfield earned the victory for scoring first in five of the nine matches that were actually held.

Carpenter, Getler remain undefeated
WINSTED, Jan. 16 -- Canton was undermanned with eight wrestlers out of the lineup on Saturday morning for a four-team meet at Gilbert. Three were sick or injured, two were at a family funeral and three had religious commitments. Canton (6-13, 1-2 NCCC) fielded a team of just eight wrestlers, giving up six forfeits (30 points) in each match. The Warriors fell to Seymour (45-15), Derby (54-24) and Gilbert (46-24).

Steve Carpenter (125) went 3-0 with two pins to remain undefeated at 19-0. He has 12 pins on the season. Junior Nate Getler (135) also won a pair of matches to remain undefeated (17-0).

Junior Matt White (119) lost his first match of the season, dropping a 6-4 decision to Seymour’s Carlos Vidal, giving up a two-point reversal in the final five seconds. White (13-1) finished the day with another two pins.
Senior Rich Jones (160) lost his first match of the season in a 9-4 loss to Ansonia’s Nick O’Connor. Jones got behind 4-1 in the first period and couldn’t catch up. Jones (22-1, 18 pins) had two more pins to finish the afternoon.

Canton comes close but Stafford prevails
STAFFORD, Jan. 13 -- Just four days after dropping a 27-point decision to Stafford in a non-league match, Canton went toe-to-toe with the Bulldogs last week in a NCCC match. Each team forfeited two weight classes leaving 10 weight classes to decide the match. Both teams won five matches each, four by pin.

The difference in Stafford’s 40-39 victory was the Bulldogs earning four points with a nine-point decision at 145 pounds as Stafford’s Ethan Pace outdueled Peter Leduc, 17-6, while Canton earned just three with a six-point victory at 140 pounds. Canton’s Nate Getler remained undefeated with a 10-4 decision over a tough Evan Frazzenelli but couldn’t get two points and earn four points for the decision.

Matt White (119), Steve Carpenter (125), Matt Grisevich (130) and Greg Cole (160) had pins for the Warriors.
Additional media coverage
Canton News, Jan. 18: Warriors wrestle better but still fall to Stafford

Four wrestlers remain undefeated
BARKHAMSTED, Jan. 9 – Giving up three forfeits (18 points) in each match made Saturday’s Northwestern Duals a challenge for the Warriors, who went 1-3. Canton earned a 48-36 win over Rocky Hill with Peter LeDuc (140) picking up a key victory. LeDuc was trailing by four points, 7-3, before he got a reversal and eventually pinned Jason Mosher.

Canton (6-9, 1-1 NCCC) dropped matches to Stafford, 54-27, Gilbert, 48-30 and Morgan, 45-36.

Four wrestlers remain undefeated. Senior Rich Jones (160) is 18-0 after getting three pins and a forfeit this weekend. Jones has 16 pins on the year including 14 in the first period.

Senior Steve Carpenter (125) had three pins this weekend and improved to 15-0 with nine pins while Matt White (119) improved to 10-0 with a pair of wins and two forfeits. Junior Nate Getler (135) is 13-0 with seven pins but didn’t wrestle this weekend for violating school rules.

Suffield hands Canton a loss
CANTON, Jan. 6 -- Minus three starters, Canton can't beat Suffield in NCCC bout.
Canton News, Jan. 8: Suffield outlasts Warriors, 48-36

Canton rallies to beat Thomaston, earn 2nd victory
CANTON, Dec. 30 – Freshman Matt Graziano picked up a solid 13-2 victory over senior Aaron Kennedy and junior Nate Getler remained undefeated with a 5-0 win over Kyle Oldham to lead the Warriors to a surprising 42-26 victory over Thomaston Wednesday. The win gave Canton a 2-2 record in their five-team meet. The Warriors (4-2) also earned a win over Northwestern, 48-30.

E.O. Smith won four bouts including a 63-18 win over Canton while Farmington held on with victories from James Poggio (145) and Tyler Strauss (152) in the final two bouts to clinch the win after Canton had cut the lead to nine points with three straight pins.

Getler went 5-0 on the day and improved to 9-0 while Steve Carpenter (130) won four bouts with two pins to remain undefeated at 6-0. Rich Jones won four times to improve to 9-0 while Matt White improved to 5-0 with a few victories.
Additional media coverage
Canton News, Jan. 8: Canton picks up experience in six-team meet

Canton joins meet with Nonnewaug on Saturday
CANTON, Dec. 28 – With snow and ice wiping out Saturday’s meet at RHAM, the Warriors were facing two consecutive weekends without any action. But Canton has made arrangements to participate in a meet on Saturday, Jan. 2, at Nonnewaug where the Warriors will face the host Chiefs, Oxford, Holy Cross and Foran.

Freezing rain, ice cancels RHAM Duals
HEBRON, Dec. 26 – The RHAM Duals was cancelled due to the freezing rain, sleet and ice forecast on Saturday. Freezing rain and snow blanketed much of the state during the night and was forecast to continue throughout Saturday.

New paper covers Warriors' opening win over Portland
CANTON, Dec. 21 -- The newst weekly paper in the area, The Canton News, covered Canton's season opening victory over Portland last week.
Canton News, Dec. 21: Canton wrestling off to a strong start

Canton takes home
3 titles from Derby Invitational
DERBY, Dec. 19 – Three Canton High wrestlers brought home championship titles from the 20th annual Derby Invitational on Saturday to help the Warriors finish fourth. It’s the most champions for the Warriors since 2003 and the best team finish in the tournament since CHS finished third in 2004.

Sophomore Matt White (119), junior Nate Getler (135) and senior Rich Jones (160) won titles while Matt Grisevich (130) dropped a one-point decision to finish second. Due to the forecasted snow, the tournament was reduced to a single elimination tournament and there were no consolation round bouts.

White won his second scholastic tournament with a dominating performance. He won his first two matches in pin (23 seconds, 1:23) and outlasted Branford’s Bobby O’Neill in the final, 14-6.

Getler, coming off a severe knee injury last January, won the Derby Invitational for the second straight year. Getler had a bye in the quarterfinals and built a five-point lead over Tyler Bison of Lyman Hall, who made Getler work for a 10-4 semifinal victory. In the final, Getler won by injury default over Derby’s Kevin Raines.

Jones had three pins in an outstanding tournament to win his second high school tournament. He won by pin in 37 seconds in the quarterfinals and in the semifinals, he was taken down but he quickly got a reversal and won by pin in 39 seconds. In the final, Jones pinned Morgan’s Kyle Bly in 1:49.

In the finals at 130, Grisevich led Gilbert’s Alex Smith by two points with about a minute left in the match before Smith got a takedown and near fall to take control. Grisevich escaped with about 10 seconds left but couldn’t get a takedown in a 7-6 defeat.

Canton wrestled with 11 wrestlers. They had no wrestlers at 112, 125 or 152 pounds. Derby won the tournament for the fourth straight year.
Additional media coverage
Canton News, Dec. 24: Warriors finish fourth at Derby Tournament

Warriors win 8 of 10 bouts on mat to outlast Portland
CANTON, Dec. 16 – The Warriors were outnumbered on Wednesday night in their traditional season opening match with Portland. Due to injuries and lack of wrestlers, Canton forfeited four weight classes, giving up 24 points. But Canton won eight of the remaining 10 weight classes with five pins to earn a 44-36 victory.

It was close at the end. Canton had a 41-36 lead going into the final match and a pin by the visitors would have given Portland the victory. And the Highlanders’ John Clarke had Peter LeDuc on his back. But LeDuc wrestled tough and prevailed with a 13-10 victory to clinch the victory for Canton.

Chris Gisselman (103) earned a pin in his varsity debut for the Warriors while Rich Jones (160), Brian Fitzpatrick (112) and Nate Getler (140) also had pins. Matt Grisevich (130) won by tech fall in just 2:51. The big pin of the match came from Matt Graziano at 171 pounds over Jon Palenga in 3:42. Graziano couldn’t get down to 152 pounds so he weighed in at 160 and wrestled at 171 pounds.

2010 preview
Solid veterans fill lineup for Warriors
CANTON, Dec. 13 -- Canton (20-11, 6-1 NCCC) finished second in the league behind Avon a year ago. It was the best record for the Warriors since 2002. This year, Canton has a small team of just 19 wrestlers but coach Bill Phelps, in his 28th and final season behind the bench, hopes his team can make some noise in the league and perhaps in Class S.

Canton returns senior Steven Carpenter (125/130), who has placed in the top six of the Class S tournament the last two years and won a NCCC title as a sophomore. Senior Rich Jones (160/171) and sophomore Matt White (119) each won NCCC titles a year ago.

Sophomore Brian Fitzpatrick (112), senior Matt Grisevich (130/135) and sophomore Peter Leduc (145/152) each finished in the top three in the NCCC tournament and return. Senior Cole Murphy (285) finished third in the NCCC a year ago but is out of action for now with a football injury.

Junior Nate Getler (135/140), who was 29-2 a year ago before tearing up his knee in a match last January, is back on the mat.

“This is a real good group coming back,” said Phelps, who is 12 wins shy of 300 for his career. “This could be a strong group.”

The challenge will be for new contributors to fill in the gaps in the lineup and for Canton to field a full lineup of 14 wrestlers and not forfeit any weight classes.

Former CHS
wrestler dies
in accident
MONSON, Mass., Sept. 7, 2009  – Former Canton High wrestler Joe Keifer died on Monday, Sept. 7 after he lost control of his motorcycle in an early-morning accident in Monson, Mass. Keifer, 45, was driving a 2000 Kawasaki Vulcan 750. He was wearing a helmet.

Keifer wrestled four years for Canton and was a tri-captain on the 1982 Warrior squad. He graduated from Canton in 1982. He was a lumber technician by trade and was owner of Keifer Atlantic. He leaves behind four children. His hobbies included coaching youth soccer and basketball, riding his motorcycle, traveling and he was a big fan of the Red Sox and the Patriots. Services will be Saturday, Sept. 13 from 2-5 p.m. at Beers & Story Funeral Home in Palmer Mass.
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’10 At A Glance
n Coach: Bill Phelps, 28th year (288-305-6)
n Assistant coach: Ed deSimas, 26th year (263-267-6)
n  Last year: 20-11, 6-1 NCCC, 3rd NCCC tournament, 10th Class S tournament

Key losses: Brandon Leach; Nate Scull; Nate Haller; Sean Delany

Steve Carpenter (2009 – 2nd NCCC, 6th S at 119; 2008 – 1st NCCC, 2nd S at 103; 2007 – 3rd NCCC at 103)
Matt Grishevich (2009 -- 3rd NCCC at 125)
Rich Jones (2009 – 1st NCCC, 4th S at 160; 2008 – 3rd NCCC at 152)
Greg Cole
Cole Murphy (2009 – 3rd NCCC at 285)
Mike Neriani

Nate Getler (2008 – 2nd NCCC, 5th S at 125)

Brian Fitzpatrick (2009 – 4th NCCC at 112)
Matt White (2009 – 1st NCCC, 4th S at 103)
Matt Yacovino
Peter LeDuc (2009 –4th NCCC at 130)
Mike Grishevich
Ryan Glynn

Ben Corbett
Mick DeSouza
Chris Giesselman
Chris Vandebogart
Chris Mutch
Matt Graziano

NOTES: A year ago, Phelps was named coach of the year in the NCCC and deSimas was named assistant coach of the year. ... Phelps is 12 wins shy of 300 for his career.
Somers 45, Canton 36
At Somers
130: Matt Grisevich (Ca) pin Jeremy Richard, 3:28; 135: Nate Getler (Ca) pin Eric Twombley, 1:01; 140: Troy Zachary (S) forfeit; 145: Ryan Maihlog (S) pin Matt Yacavino, 1:56; 152: Robert Garlick (S) pin Matt Graziano, 1:14; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) forfeit; 171: Kyle Foster (S) pin Greg Cole, 3:30; 189: Nick Bastarache (S) pin Chris Mutch, 0:16; 215: Ken Vollaro (S) forfeit; 285: Ryan Glynn (Ca) forfeit; 103: Nick Zachary (S) forfeit; 112: Anthony Andrade (S) dec. Brian Fitzpatrick, 12-7; 119: Matt White (Ca) pin Kevin Moylan, 3:21; 125: Stephen Carpenter (Ca) pin Joe Bailey, 1:50
Records: Canton 10-21, 2-5 NCCC; Somers 13-8, 5-2 NCCC

Rockville 42, Canton 38
At South Windsor
125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Ethan Hotchkiss, 1:44; 130: Matt Grisevich (Ca) tech fall Mitch Carr, 15-0, 3:49; 135: Nate Getler (Ca) pin Demetrius Bentley, 1:06; 140: Peter Leduc (Ca) forfeit; 145: Dan Baddeley (Ro) pin Matt Yacavino, 0:45; 152: Chris Castonguay (Ro) pin Matt Graziano, 4:18; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Cory Sinmella, 1:25; 171: Greg Cole (Ca) dec. Zach Gardiner, 7-3; 189: Sean Hayden (Ca) pin Chris Mutch, 1:39; 215: Jeff Barry (Ro) forfeit; 285: Tyler Stone (Ro) forfeit; 103: Andrew Fusick (Ro) forfeit; 112: Thai Nguyen (Ro) pin Brian Fitzpatrick, 3:14; 119: Matt White (Ca) pin John Mangonello, 0:52

South Windsor 60, Canton 18
At South Windsor
135: Joe Sargenti (SW) dec. Nate Getler, 8-1; 140: Keith Dalescio (SW) pin Peter LeDuc, 1:15; 145: Jon Labonti (SW) pin Matt Yacavino, 5:32; 152: Jake O’Dell (SW) pin Matt Graziano, 2:20; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Evan Alland, 5:27; 171: Matt Braddock (SW) dec. Greg Cole, 6-4, OT; 189: Quincy Thomas (SW) pin Chris Mutch, 0:14; 215: Rafael Gonzalez (SW) forfeit; 285: Paul Sullivan (SW) forfeit; 103: Sam O’Dell (SW) forfeit; 112: Hunter Rich (SW) forfeit; 119: Matt White (Ca) pin Greg Ouellette, 3:58; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Mukundy Srinivasan, 0:34; 130: Casey Mitchell (SW) pin Matt Grisevich, 5:22

Canton 43, Portland 33
At South Windsor
140: Nick Casaei (P) pin Matt Yacavino, 1:41; 145: Peter Leduc (Ca) dec. Kevin Crosen, 9-1; 152: Sam Law (P) pin Matt Graziano, 0:42; 160: Eric Churchill (P) dec. Greg Cole, 3-2; 171: Rich Jones (Ca) forfeit; 189: John Planteta (P) forfeit; 215: Clayton Puida (P) pin Chris Mutch, 3:50; 285: Andre Etienne (P) forfeit; 103: Chris Giesselman (Ca) forfeit; 112: Brian Fitzpatrick (Ca) forfeit; 119: Matt White (Ca) dec. Andrew Smith, 13-0; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) tech fall Josh Fontainse, 15-0, 3:06; 130: Matt Grisevich (Ca) pin Chris Smith, 2:54; 135: Nate Getler (Ca) pin Emmanuel Cruz, 1:04

Canton 64, Lyman Memorial 12
At South Windsor
145: Matt Yacavino (Ca) forfeit; 152: Matt Graziano (Ca) forfeit; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) forfeit; 171: Greg Cole (Ca) forfeit; 189: David Pretense (L) pin Chris Mutch, 1:30; 215: double forfeit; 285: Ryan Glynn (Ca) forfeit; 103: Grace Perelli (L) forfeit; 112: Brian Fitzpatrick (Ca) dec. David Johnston, 11-2; 119: Matt White (Ca) pin Cody Lohbusch, 1:47; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Anthony Benigo, 0:27; 130: Matt Grisevich (Ca) forfeit; 135: Nate Getler (Ca) forfeit; 140: Peter LeDuc (Ca) forfeit
Other matches: 152: Steve German, Coventry, pin Matt Graziano, 1:41

Canton 58, Granby 24
At Canton
119: Matt White (Ca) forfeit; 125: Nick DeSouza (Ca) forfeit; 130: Steve Carpenter (Ca) forfeit; 135: Matt Grisevich (Ca) dec. Zach Mills, 12-2; 140: Nate Getler (Ca) pin Dave Joselyn, 1:15; 145: Matt Yacavino (Ca) forfeit; 152: Chris Brown (G) pin Matt Graziano, 1:56; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) forfeit; 171: Greg Cole (Ca) forfeit; 189: Jordan Hurley (G) pin Mike Grisevich, 2:17; 215: Ryan Cole (G) pin Chris Mutch, 1:11; 285: Ryan Glynn (G) forfeit; 103: Chris Giesselman (Ca) pin Tim Mahoney, 1:17; 112: Nick Paolino (G) forfeit

RHAM 56, Canton 11
At Rockville
140: Colin Davis (R) dec. Peter Leduc, 16-8; 145: Ethan Southerland (R) forfeit; 152: Brandon Henley (R) forfeit; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) tech fall Michael Lube, 15-0, 4:50; 171: Eric Brainard (R) pin Greg Cole, 3:01; 189: Tyler Cyr (R) pin Chris Mutch, 1:49; 215: John Ware (R) forfeit; 285: double forfeit; 103: Alex Stranton (R) forfeit; 112: Mitch Lunau (R) forfeit; 119: Chris Cadanzero (R) dec. Matt White, 12-4; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) dec. Willie Giarde, 4-2; 130: Kyle Schilling (R) pin Matt Grisevich, 3:59; 135: Nate Getler (Ca) dec. Nishan Valentin, 7-0

Windham High 66, Canton 16
At Rockville
145: Nick Poulin (W) forfeit; 152: Marcus Jenkins (W) forfeit; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Spencer Hill, 1:00; 171: Greg Cole (Ca) dec. Tony Fantoli, 14-4; 189: Brandon Koch (W) pin Chris Mutch, 0:34; 215: Nate Fleming (W) forfeit; 285: Chris Vega (W) forfeit; 103: Ollie DeJesus (W) forfeit; 112: Kristen Perez (W) forfeit; 119: Taylor Grauer (W) pin Nick DeSousa, 1:02; 125: Nick Urgo (W) forfeit; 130: Miguel Calixto (W) pin Ben Corbett, 3:29; 135: Nate Getler (Ca) pin Devon Posta, 1:11; 140: Matt Cortty (W) pin Matt Yacavino, 0:44

Stratford 56, Canton 24
At Rockville
152: Brian Santiago (S) forfeit; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Kyle Hanley, 3:20; 171: James Jackson (S) pin Greg Cole, 0:42; 189: A.J. Leon (S) pin Chris Mutch, 3:35; 215: Alena Daykuan (S) forfeit; 285: John Souland (S) forfeit; 103: Ashley Cormona (S) forfeit; 112: Corey Billingham (S) forfeit; 119: Kevin Murat (S) dec. Matt White, 3-1; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Kevin Soars, 1:21; 130: Matt Grisevich (Ca) pin Jim Bova, 1:11; 135: Nate Getler (Ca) pin Greg Billingham, 3:39; 140: Brandon Thompson (S) pin Matt Yacavino, 3:12; 145: Muhammad Ali (S) tech fall Peter Leduc, 20-4, 4:20

Canton 42, Morgan 30
At Rockville
160: Greg Cole (Ca) forfeit; 171: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Zach Repscher, 0:58; 189: Joey Vergalitto (M) pin Chris Mutch, 1:05; 215: Brandon McDowell (M) forfeit; 285: Josh Prevost (M) forfeit; 103: double forfeit; 112: double forfeit; 119: Nick DeSousa (Ca) forfeit; 125: Matt White (Ca) pin Brandon Ruggerio, 2:48; 130: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Alex Falk, 1:07; 135: Matt Grisevich (Ca) pin Jason Mosher, 3:19; 140: Nate Getler (Ca) forfeit; 145: Chara Prong (M) pin Peter Leduc, 4:58; 152: Kyle Bly (M) forfeit

Avon 54, Canton 29
At Avon
125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Karan Shaw, 1:34; 130: Matt Grisevich (Ca) pin Eric Remingo, 2:53; 135: Nate Getler (Ca) pin Bobbie Davies, 0:50; 140: James Gendler (A) pin Peter LeDuc, 0:17; 145: Joe Murphy (A) forfeit; 152: Mike Hogan (A) forfeit; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Ryan Pearson, 2:18; 171: Leo Hebert (A) pin Greg Cole, 5:42; 189: David St. Onge (A) pin Chris Mutch, 1:18; 215: Sonny Portelance (A) forfeit; 285: Joel Proffitt (A) pin Cole Murphy, 0:17; 103: Jessica McCammish (A) forfeit; 112: Jason Lybeck (A) forfeit; 119: Matt White (Ca) tech fall Alex Heston, 18-1, 4:41
Records: Avon 16-4, 5-0 NCCC; Canton 6-15, 1-4 NCCC

Enfield 38, Canton 37, criteria
At Canton
135: Ben Corbett (Ca) forfeit; 140: Nate Getler (Ca) dec. Zac Lisk, 9-4; 145: Brandon Lancaster (E) dec. Peter LeDuc, 15-1; 152: Ryan Peterson (E) dec. Matt Graziano, 0:57; 160: Mark Morgan (E) dec. Greg Cole, 11-4; 171: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Jack Cimino, 3:21
189: Jon Landry (E) pin Chris Mutch, 0:50; 215: Aaron Rosato (E) forfeit; 285: Bryan Crawford (E) pin Ryan Glynn, 5:02; 103: Dillon Lisk (E) forfeit; 112: Brian Fitzpatrick (Ca) forfeit; 119: Matt White (Ca) dec. Skylar Meunier, 9-0; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) forfeit; 130: Matt Grisevich (Ca) pin Tim O’Schafske, 0:29
NOTE: Enfield won on criteria, most first points in a match, 5-4

Seymour 45, Canton 15
At Winsted
171: Tyler Shea (S) pin Mike Neriani, 1:37; 189: double forfeit; 215: double forfeit; 285: double forfeit; 103: Brandon Strabourny (S) forfeit; 112: Xavier Vidal (S) forfeit; 119: Carlos Vidal (S) dec. Matt White, 6-4; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) dec. Bill Novak, 8-2; 130: Chris Hannon (S) pin Ben Corbette, 1:48; 135: Nate Getler (Ca) pin Donyell Lewis, 3:33; 140: Sam Harding (S) pin Mike Yacavino, 1:05; 145: Alton Krivickas (S) pin Peter Leduc, 3:33; 152: Greg Ryan (S) forfeit; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) forfeit
Other matches: 145: Peter Leduc, Canton, pin Ryan O’Connor, Ansonia, 2:54; 160: Nick O’Connor, Ansonia dec. Rich Jones, Canton, 9-4

Derby 54, Canton 24
At Winsted
189 Lewis Casco (D) forfeit 215 Jessie Gilbert (D) forfeit 285 Francisco Gomez (D) forfeit; 103 Josh Porter (D) forfeit 112 Double Forfeit 119 Matt White (C) pin G. Sanchez (D) 1:44 125 Steve Carpenter (C) pin Kyle Russell (D) 0:48 130 Tyler O'Connor (D) pin Chris VanDeBogart (C) 1:14 135 Nate Getler (C) forfeit 140 Lindberg Cousley (D) pin Matt Yacovino (C) 0:27 145 Brian Dobek (D) pin Peter LeDuc (C) 1:36 152 Nick Slowik (D) forfeit 160 Rich Jones (C) pin Collin Haydu (D) 1:40 171 Mark McCormack (D) pin Mike Neriani (C) 0:40

Gilbert 46, Canton 24
At Winsted
215: Jake Bernard (G) forfeit; 285: Mike Kampartas (G) forfeit; 103: Josh Hoxie (G) forfeit; 112: double forfeit; 119: Matt White (Ca) pin Bridgette Smyth, 2:47; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Cody Farkas, 1:11; 130: Robert Wyce (G) dec. Ben Corbett, 19-9; 135: Ethan Deveraux (G) pin Matt Yacavino, 1:48; 140: Nate Getler (Ca) pin Grant Dzidzic, 0:43; 145: Dillon Jefferies (G) pin Peter LeDuc, 3:39; 152: double forfeit; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Xavier Dubois, 1:39; 171: Ross Lopardo (G) pin Mike Neriani, 1:59; 189: Double forfeit

Stafford 40, Canton 39
At Stafford
215: Dennis Martel (S) forfeit; 285: Garth Gilligan (S) pin Cole Murphy, 1:50; 103: Trevor Kolesch (S) forfeit; 112: Brian Fitzpatrick (Ca) forfeit; 119: Matt White (Ca) pin Roshan Reman, 5:26; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Allen Yang, 5:48; 130: Matt Grisevich (Ca) pin Lawrence Macha, 3:50; 135: Anthony Destefano (S) pin Ben Corbett, 3:50; 140: Nate Getler (Ca) dec. Evan Frazzenelli, 10-4; 145: Ethan Pace (S) dec. Peter Leduc, 17-6; 152: Emerson Dolby (S) pin Matt Graziano, 1:09; 160: Greg Cole (Ca) pin John O’Tero, 4:53; 171: Rich Jones (Ca) forfeit; 189: Tucker Fontanella (S) pin Mike Grisevich, 1:25

Gilbert 48, Canton 30
At Barkhamsted
285: Ryan Glynn (Ca) forfeit; 103: double forfeit; 112: Josh Hoxie (G) pin Brian Fitzgerald, 5:35; 119: Matt White (Ca) pin Bridgette Smyth, 0:40; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Cody Farkas, 0:55; 130: Alek Smith (G) pin Ben Corbett, 1:39; 135: Matt Grisevich (Ca) pin Todd Decato, 2:44; 140: Shawn Blackwell (G) pin Peter Leduc, 4:56; 145: Grant Dziedzic (G) forfeit; 152: Dilan Jefferies (G) dec. Matt Graziano, 12-11, 3 OT; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Xavier Dubois, 0:57; 171: David Piedrahita (G) forfeit; 189: Ross Lopardo (G) forfeit; 215: Mike Kampartas (G) pin Chris Mutch, 1:28

Stafford 54, Canton 27
At Barkhamsted
112: Brian Fitzpatrick (Ca) forfeit; 119: Matt White (Ca) dec. Rehman Romasan, 10-1; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Mike Downer, 1:05; 130: Matt Grisevich (Ca) tech fall Lawrence Machia, 20-4, 5:31; 135: Evan Frasinelli (S) pin Chris Vandebogart, 2:38; 140: Ethan Pace (S) pin Peter Leduc, 1:26; 145: Anthony Destephano (S) forfeit; 152: Anthony Perrone (S) pin Matt Graziano, 1:50; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin John Otero, 0:30; 171: Tucker Fontanella (S) pin Greg Cole, 2:15; 189: Nick Lerch (S) forfeit; 215: Dennis Martel (S) pin Chris Mutch, 0:46; 285: Garth Gilligan (S) pin Ryan Glynn, 0:34; 103: Trevor Koelsch (S) forfeit

Canton 48, Rocky Hill 36
At Barkhamsted
103: Jay Viola (RH) forfeit; 112: Brian Fitzpatrick (Ca) forfeit; 119: Matt White (Ca) forfeit; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Spencer Adams, 1:11; 130: Ben Corbett (Ca) forfeit; 135: Matt Grisevich (Ca) pin Nick Carasa, 2:31; 140: Peter Leduc (Ca) pin Albie Schintino, 4:57; 145: Mark Marero (RH) forfeit; 152: Justin Rodriguez (RH) pin Matt Graziano, 1:02; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Brian Berry, 0:40; 171: Greg Cole (Ca) forfeit; 189: Josh Meicado (RH) forfeit; 215: Joe Spinini (RH) pin Chris Mutch, 0:29; 285: Javier Collado (RH) pin Ryan Glynn, 1:15

Morgan 45, Canton 36
At Barkhamsted
119: Matt White (Ca) forfeit; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) forfeit; 130: Alex Falk (M) pin Ben Corbett, 5:40; 135: Matt Grisevich (Ca) forfeit; 140: Peter Leduc (Ca) pin Jason Mosher, 1:55; 145: Chara Phon (M) forfeit; 152: Matt Costa (M) pin Matt Graziano, 2:20; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) forfeit; 171: Rob Gabucci (M) dec. Greg Cole, 7-2; 189: Tyler Sullivan (M) forfeit; 215: Zack Pepscher (M) pin Chris Mutch, 1:24; 285: Brandon McDell (M) pin Ryan Glynn, 2:26; 103: Ashley Scott (M) forfeit; 112: Brian Fitzpatrick (Ca) pin Robert Blanco, 0:47

Suffield 48, Canton 36
At Canton
135: Joey Gleason (S) pin Ben Corbett, 2:24; 140: Ryan Buckingham (S) pin Matt Yacavino, 1:05; 145: Hanidan Azmiha (S) pin Peter LeDuc, 5:59; 152: Tim Buckingham (S) pin Matt Graziano, 2:32; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Tim Pinto, 1:43; 171: Kyle Sheridan (S) pin Mike Grisevich, 0:19; 189: Mario Santos (S) pin Greg Cole, 4:22; 215: John Kopiec (S) pin Chris Mutch, 0:47; 285: Ryan Glynn (Ca) forfeit; 103: Matt Bradley (S) forfeit; 112: Brian Fitzpatrick (Ca) pin Dean Heineman, 1:13; 119: Matt White (Ca) forfeit; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Dalton Shank, 1:59; 130: Matt Grisevich (Ca) pin Ryan Hunihan, 1:44

Foran 41, Canton 32
At Woodbury
103: CJ Luth (F) pin Geisselman 1:43; 112: Double forfeit; 119: Andrew Evans (F) forfeit; 125: Carpenter (C) major dec. Jake Miller 11-0; 130: Grisevich (C) major dec. Clay Callahan 12-3; 135: Getler (C) pin Luke Stojanowski 2:26; 140: Ricky Garcia (F) pin Yakavino 2:25; 145: Leduc (C) pin Jimmy Aspinwall 1:20; 152: Stephen Bailey (F) pin Graziano 2:47; 160: Jones (C) pin Peter Bassine 1:00; 171: Cole (C) pin Rodriguez 4:20; 189: Dan O'Connell (F) forfeit; 215: Hector Malave (F) pin Mutch 0:41; 285: Ryan Furlow (F) tech. fall Glynn 17-2

Canton 41, Oxford 30
At Woodbury
119: Double forfeit; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) dec. Paul Chavez, 14-6; 130: Matt Grisevich (Ca) dec. Brandon Selini, 11-7; 135: Nate Getler (Ca) tech fall Aedan Kennedy, 15-0, 4:51; 140: Cory Sciengay (O) pin Matt Yacavino, 4:59; 145: Peter LeDuc (Ca) forfeit; 152: Matt Graziano (Ca) pin Kim Pierce, 5:38; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) tech fall Ben Blue, Jr., 2:49; 171: Alexander Mardis (O) pin Greg Cole, 3:29; 189: Brian Spicer (O) forfeit; 215: Joe Carbounaro (O) pin Chris Mutch, 1:17; 285: Ryan Glynn (Ca) forfeit; 103: Dillon Wooden (O) pin Chris Geisselman, 0:31; 112: Stephanie Vitka (O) forfeit

Nonnewaug 64, Canton 15
At Woodbury
125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Austin Hodges, 4:33; 130: Tyler Tilbe (N) tech fall Matt Grisevich, 15-0, 3:07; 135: Nate Getler (Ca) dec. Andrew Miller, 8-1; 140: Brian Riley (N) pin Matt Yacavino, 2:42; 145: Dan Denslow (N) pin Peter LeDuc, 0:24; 152: John Hutter (N) pin Matt Graziano, 1:50; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Matt Giuffe, 0:39; 171: D.J. Hardisty (N) pin Greg Cole, 1:59; 189: Dillon Rutiglano (N) forfeit; 215: Paul Case (N) tech fall Chris Mutch, 16-0, 2:00; 285: Ronnie Walter (N) pin Ryan Glynn, 0:46; 103: Alex Paparazzo (N) pin Chris Geisselman, 1:36; 112: Quentin Mylie (N) forfeit; 119: Ryan Baker (N) forfeit

Holy Cross 46, Canton 32
At Woodbury
130: Matt Grisevich (Ca) tech fall Eric Czapor, 16-1, 4:21; 135: Nate Getler (Ca) pin William Durant, 5:10; 140: Nick Milite (HC) pin Matt Yacavino, 2:44; 145: Peter LeDuc (Ca) dec. Patrick Hope, 9-8; 152: Robert Catuccio (HC) dec. Matt Graziano, 15-7; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Ryan Parker, 3:56; 171: Brian Wood (HC) pin Greg Cole, 3:16; 189: Andrew Pennacchio (HC) forfeit; 215: Dave Milite (HC) pin Chris Mutch, 0:31; 285: Ryan Kalinis (HC) forfeit; 103: Chris Geisselman (Ca) forfeit; 112: Jake Nocera (HC) forfeit; 119: Jeff Meehan (HC) forfeit; 125: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Maurice Fabiani, 2:55

E.O. Smith 63, Canton 18
At Canton
152: Issac Maynard (E) pin Matt Graziano, 0:23; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Alex Salai, 0:49; 171: Jason Madel (E) pin Greg Cole, 4:42; 189: Thomas Clark (E) pin Mike Grisevich, 0:37; 215: Dallas Beltran (E) pin Chris Mutch, 1:14; 285: Alex Sorvillo (E) pin Ryan Glynn, 0:29; 103: Brook Kelly (E) forfeit; 112: Jacob Quirk (E) pin Brian Fitzpatrick, 5:02; 119: Aaron Williams (E) forfeit; 125: Mike Chick (E) forfeit; 130: Steve Carpenter (Ca) injury default over Devin Murphy, 3:26; 135: Jesse Lusa (E) dec. Matt Grisevich, 7-0; 140: Nate Getler (Ca) pin Evan Seawell, 2:49; 145: Joel Marinelli (E) pin Peter Leduc, 2:45
Other matches: 140: Nate Getler (C) pin Connor Claywell, Tolland, 0:42; 145: Peter LeDuc (Ca) pin Belle Nadeau, Tolland, 1:01; 189: Wayne McGuire, Tolland, forfeit

Farmington 51, Canton 30
At Canton
160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Mike Berlandy, 1:35; 171: Greg Cole (Ca) forfeit; 189: David Coyle (F) forfeit; 215: Sean O’Connell (F) pin Chris Mutch, 1:15; 285: Connor Hickey (F) pin Ryan Glynn, 2:23; 103: Eric Suhre (F) forfeit; 112: Tim Orrell (F) dec. Brian Fitzpatrick, 9-7, OT; 119: Matt Natale (F) forfeit; 125: Farmington gets forfeit; 130: Matt Grisevich (Ca) pin Joe Carpino, 0:49; 135: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Zach Daugherty, 0:52; 140: Nate Getler (Ca) pin Zach Columbie, 0:41; 145: James Poggio (F) pin Peter LeDuc, 1:46; 152: Tyler Strauss (F) pin Matt Graziano, 2:26

Canton 48, Northwestern 30
At Canton
171: Greg Cole (Ca) pin Lewis Taylor, 4:29; 189: John Coleman (NW) forfeit; 215: Luke Knapp (NW) pin Chris Mutch, 1:17; 285: Tim Zeitler (NW) pin Ryan Glynn, 0:26; 103: double forfeit; 112: Brian Fitzpatrick (Ca) forfeit; 119: Will Kelsey (NW) forfeit; 125: Kyle Smith (NW) forfeit; 130: Steve Carpenter (Ca) forfeit; 135: Matt Grisevich (Ca) forfeit; 140: Nate Getler (Ca) forfeit; 145: Peter Leduc (Ca) forfeit; 152: Matt Graziano (Ca) forfeit; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Mike Bundy, 2:54

Canton 42, Thomaston 36
At Canton
189: Sal Santamaria (T) pin Greg Cole, 1:15; 215: Mike Finer (T) pin Chris Mutch, 0:08; 285: Tyler Margison (T) pin Ryan Glynn, 0:13; 103: Clifal Aquino (T) forfeit; 112: Brian Fitzpatrick (Ca) forfeit; 119: Matt White (Ca) forfeit; 125: Alan Sanford (T) forfeit; 130: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Rigon Gilani, 0:45; 135: Matt Grisevich (Ca) tech fall Travis Barstow, 16-0, 5:48; 140: Nate Getler (Ca) dec. Kyle Oldham, 5-0; 145: Peter Leduc (Ca) forfeit; 152: Matt Graziano (Ca) dec. Aaron Kennedy, 13-2; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin John O’Quindino, 1:17
Record: Canton 4-2

Canton 57, East Windsor 24
At East Windsor
125: Sunny Caleunphoe (EW) forfeit; 130: Steve Carpenter (Ca) pin Mike Casoal, 3:09; 135: Matt Grisevich (Ca) pin Barrett Dean, 3:19; 140: Nate Getler (Ca) pin Keith Silvernail, 2:52; 145: Seth Miller (EW) pin Peter LeDuc, 5:16; 152: Matt Graziano (Ca) dec. Alex Szymanski, 3-1, OT; 160: Rich Jones (Ca) pin Dan Laurin, 2:42; 171: Greg Cole (Ca) forfeit; 189: Mike Grisevich (Ca) pin Kyle Hunley, 0:56; 215: Paul Cluck (EW) pin Chris Mutch, 1:34; 285: Ryan Glynn (Ca) forfeit; 103: Jacob Osborn (EW) pin Chris Gieselmann, 5:40; 112: Brian Fitzpatrick (Ca) forfeit; 119: Matt White (Ca) pin Eric Straba, 1:50

Canton 44, Portland 36
At Canton
152: Sam Law (P) forfeit; 160: Rich Jones (C) pin Eric Churchill, 1:15; 171: Matt Graziano (C) pin Jon Palenga, 3:42; 189: Devin Salemore (P) forfeit; 215: Peter May (P) pin Chris Mutch, 0:49; 285: Andre Egien (P) pin Ryan Glynn, 0:43; 103: Chris Gisselman (C) pin Cody Smith, 1:48; 112: Brian Fitzpatrick (C) pin Tom Valente, 4:42; 119: Andrew Smith (P) forfeit; 125: Josh Fontanez (P) forfeit; 130: Matt Grisevich (C) tech fall Ryan Enright, 15-0, 2:51; 135: Steve Carpenter (C) forfeit; 140: Nate Getler (C) pin Nick Caisse, 0:46; 145: Peter LeDuc (C) dec. John Clarke, 13-10
Records: Canton 1-0, Portland 0-1

2010 Class S
At Hartford (Sports Medicine Science Academy)
Team results -- 1. Somers 160; 2. Nonnewaug 155½; 3. Killingly 149; 4. Derby 145½; 5. Old Saybrook/Westbrook 127; 6. Thomaston, 123½; 7. Griswold 117; 8. Seymour 111; 9. Gilbert 111; 10. Canton 97½; 11. Terryville 95; 12. Stafford 80½; 13. Haddam Killingworth 75½; 14. Classical 75½; 15. Housatonic 69½; 16. Immaculate 55; 17. Oxford 51; 18. East Catholic 48½; 19. Suffield 47; 20. Weston 46; 21. Rocky Hill 41; 22. Northwestern 41; 23. Morgan 41; 24. St Bernard 38½; 25. University/SMSA 32; 26. East Windsor 32; 27. Ansonia 26; 28. Ellington 24; 29. Coventry 24; 30. Portland 23; 31. Old Lyme 18; 32. Windham Tech 14; 33. Granby 12; 34. Grasso Tech 10; 35. St Paul Catholic 8; 36. Lyman Memorial 3; 37. Norwich Tech 0.
Individual results
Championship: Josh Hoxie, Gilbert def. Alex Paparazzo, Nonnewaug, pin, 1:23; Third: Nick Zachary, Somers def. Dylan Martel, Griswold, 2-0; Fifth: Brandon Straborny, Seymour def. Clifal Aquino, Thomaston, pin, 4:36
Championship: Thomas Lombardi, Killingly def. Carlos Vidal, Seymour, 8-3; Third: Eric Manuel, Old Saybrook/Westbrook def. Anthony Andrade, Somers, 4-1; Fifth: James Hicks, Classical def. Matthew Revis, Haddam Killingworth, 3-0
Championship: Alan Sanford, Thomaston def. D.J. Russo, Terryville, 12-4; Third: Dominic Ghi, Housatonic def. Matt White, Canton, 4-3; Fifth: Dustin Falco, Griswold def. Andrew Suh, St Bernard, Default
Championship: Tyler Tilbe, Nonnewaug def. Steven Carpenter, Canton, 14-1; Third: Scott Gonzalez, East Catholic def. David Monserrate, Classical, 8-0; Fifth: Paul Chavez, Oxford def. Bill Novack, Seymour, pin, 4:49
Championship: Tylor Herrick, Killingly def. Tyler O’Connor, Derby, pin, 5:19; Third: Alek Smith, Gilbert def. Brian Reilly, Nonnewaug, 7-5, OT; Fifth: Michael Avena, Old Saybrook/Westbrook def. Christopher Hannon, Seymour, 4-1
Championship: Brandon Walsh, Griswold def. Dalton Ahern, Westbrook Old Sayb, 4-0; Third: Nate Getler, Canton def. Evan Frassinelli, Stafford, 11-3; Fifth: Kyle Oldham, Thomaston def. Donnel Lewis, Seymour, 9-8
Championship: Linbert Cousley, Derby def. Troy Zachary, Somers, 5-3 OT; Third: Mark Gonzalez, East Catholic def. Eddie Loomis, Killingly, 12-9; Fifth: Brandon McNeil, Griswold def. Seth Miller, East Windsor, 5-3
Championship: Zachary Cooke, Killingly def. Matthew Janiga, Ellington, 10-2; Third: Nicholas Boots, Griswold def. Brian Dobek, Derby, 4-0; Fifth: Alfons Krivickas, Seymour def. Dominic Folino, Terryville, pin, 7:04, OT
Championship: Robert Garlick, Somers def. Bryan Cryder, Westbrook Old Sayb, 7-1; Third: Stephen German, Coventry def. Xavier Dubois, Gilbert, pin, 2:55; Fifth: Nicholas Slowik, Derby def. Jon Hutter, Nonnewaug, 7-3
Championship: Michael Zabala, Classical def. Nicholas O’Connor, Ansonia, 5-1; Third: D.J. Hardisty, Nonnewaug def. Steven Wingard, Housatonic, 3-2, 2 OT; Fifth: Rich Jones, Canton def. Lucas Romaldini, Weston, pin, 0:34
Championship: Mark Dilley, Thomaston def. Ross Lopardo, Gilbert, pin, 1:17; Third: Dane Pallotto, Old Saybrook/Westbrook def. Alex Bozenhard, Old Lyme, 8-6; Fifth: Kyle Foster, Somers def. Tucker Fontanella, Stafford, 11-2
Championship: Colin Beloin, Killingly def. Carmine Magnoli, Weston, pin, 1:32; Third: John Draper, Terryville def. William Baklik, Haddam Killingworth, 12-3; Fifth: Nick Bastarache, Somers def. Jeffrey Talbot, Griswold, pin, 0:40
Championship: Kenneth Vollaro, Somers def. Brandon Mcdowell, Morgan, 7-1; Third: Jesse Gilbert, Derby def. Dennis Martel, Stafford, pin, 2:50; Fifth: Eric Gamberdella, Haddam Killingworth def. Saviel Lopez, University/SMSA, 10-7
Championship: Ronnie Walter, Nonnewaug def. Tim Zeitler, Northwestern, pin, 4:42; Third: Justin Waltzer, Immaculate def. Tyler Margison, Thomaston, pin, 0:39; Fifth: Brandon Kumm, Classical def. Javier Collado, Rocky Hill, pin, 0:55
Outstanding wrester:
Fast fall: Justin Waltzer (285), Immaculate, 4 Pins, 2:33

2010 NCCC Tournament
At Granby
Team results – 1. Avon 214½, 2. Somers 155, 3. Canton 125½, 4. Stafford 120½, 5. Enfield 78, 6. Suffield 47, 7. Granby 46, 8. East Windsor 44, 9, Ellington 18, 10. Coventry 16
Individual results
103: Final – Nick Zachary (So) pin Jessica McCammish (A), 2:22; Third – Dillon Lisk (Enf) pin Jasob Osbourn (EW), 0:26
112: Final – Anthony Andrade (So) dec. Jason Lybeck (A), 4-2 OT; Third – Eric Strba (EW) dec. Brian Fitzpatrick (Ca), 13-9
119: Final – Matt White (Ca) pin Roshan Rachman (St), 1:08; Third – Alex Heston (A) pin Skylar Meunier (Enf), 4:32
125: Final – Steve Carpenter (Ca) dec. Allan Yang (St), 6-0; Third – Joe Bailey (So) dec. Mike Casaol (EW), 14-4
130: Final – Matt Grisevich (Ca) dec. Eric Remigino (A), 9-2; Third – Dan Dostuni (Su) dec. Zach Mills (G), 8-4
135: Final – Nate Getler (Ca) dec. James Gendler (A), 8-4; Third – Evan Frassinelli (St) dec. Joe Gleason (Su), 12-2
140: Final – Troy Zachary (So) tech fall Chris Brown (G), 17-0; Third – Seth Miller (EW) dec. Zach Lisk (Enf), 4-2
145: Final – Joe Murphy (A) dec. Matt Janiga (Ell), 20-15; Third – Ryan Peterson (Enf) pin Anthony Perone (St), 0:47
152: Final – Rob Garlick (So) dec. Mike Hogan (A), 5-1; Third – Steve German (Cov) pin Emerson Dolby (St), 3:00
160: Final – Rich Jones (Ca) dec. Ryan Pearson (A), 6-0; Third – Ryan Budde (A) dec. Jack Cimino (Enf), 11-9
171: Final – Leo Herbert (A) dec. Kyle Foster (So), 5-3; Third – Kyle Sheridan (Su) def. Tucker Fontanella (St), 7-2
189: Final – Nick Bastarache (So) dec. Alex Hodgson (A), 5-3 OT; Third – David St. Onge (A) pin Nick Lerch (St), 3:29
215: Final – Ken Vollaro (So) dec. Sonny Portelance (A), 5-0; Third – Dennis Martel (St) pin John Kopec (Su), 0:42
285: Final – Joel Proffitt (A) pin Garth Gilligan (St), 5:59; Third – Ryan Coyle (G) pin Tony Young (Enf), 2:35
Outstanding wrestler: Troy Zachary (Somers), 140; Fast fall – Dennis Martel (Stafford), 215 pounds

16th annual Eagle Classic
At Manchester
Team results – 1. Mt. Anthony-Bennington, Vt., 262, 2. South Windsor 193½, 3. RHAM 186, 4. Windham High 144, 5. Killingly 105, 6. Glastonbury 97, 7. Nonnewaug-Woodbury 89, 8. Berlin 88, 9. Rockville 84, 10. Canton 71, 11. Newington 53½, 12. Woodstock Academy 51½, 13. East Catholic-Manchester 40½, 14. St.Paul-Bristol 29, 15. Fermi 24, 16. St. Bernard's-Uncasville, 23, 17. East Windsor 9
Individual results
103- Final: Brian Amatto, Newington dec. Chris Schramm, Mt. Anthony 13-4; 3rd: Cody Keane, Glastonbury dec. Sam Odell, South Windsor 5-2
112- Final: Tyler Keane-Glastonbury dec. Smith Stratton, Mt. Anthony 9-3; 3rd: Chris Cantazaro, RHAM dec. Thai Nguyen, Rockville 3-1
119- Final: Mike Bradley, Mt. Anthony dec. Taylor Grauer, Windham 20-8; 3rd (tied, 5-match rule): Andrew Shu, St. Bernard and Will Geradi, RHAM
125- Final: Miquel Calixto, Windham dec. Tyler Tilbe, Nonnewaug 3-2; 3rd (tied, 5-match rule): Chris Corzepa, Newington and Brandon Lopez, South WIndsor
130- Final: Casey Mitchell, South Windsor dec. Kyle Schilling, RHAM 20-8; 3rd (tied, 5-match rule): Tyler Herrick, Killingly and Tyler White, Mt. Anthony
135- Final: Joe Sargenti, South Windsor pin Ben Price, Mt. Anthony 1:23; 3rd: Will Matuszak, Berlin dec. Nate Getler, Canton 2-1, 3 OT
140- Final: Jim Zupko, Mt. Anthony dec Mark Gonzalez, East Catholic 21-6; 3rd: Eddie Loomis, Killingly injury default over Luke Olk, Rockville
145- Final: Jake Odell, South Windsor dec. Zach Cooke, Killingly 2-1; 3rd: Zach Weinfurt pin Nick Poulin, Windham 3:25
152- Final: Brandon Henley, RHAM dec. John Hutter, Nonnewaug 11-2; ; 3rd (tied, 5-match rule): Marcus Jenkins, Windham and Cory Cinanella, Rockville
160- Final: Brohen Krsulic, Woodstock dec. Chris Bachand, St. Paul 10-1; 3rd (tied, 5-match rule): Rich Jones, Canton and Evan Allard, South Windsor
171- Final: Eric Brainard, RHAM dec. Jack Banks, Berlin 5-1; 3rd: Spencer Foucher, Mt. Anthony pin Nick Puchalski, Glastonbury 2:41
189- Final: Quincy Thomas, South Windsor pin Brandon Koch, Windham 5:26; 3rd: Tyler Cyr, RHAM dec. Brad Sawyer, Mt. Anthony 4-2
215- Final: Mason Powers, Berlin dec. Nathan Fleming, Windham 1-0; 3rd: Justin Bassler, Mt. Anthony dec. John Ware, RHAM, 5-4
285- Final: Sam Webster, Mt. Anthony dec Ronnie Walter, Nonnewaug 4-3; 3rd: Pierce Thompson pin Paul Sulliva, South Windsor 3:16
Outstanding Wrestler Award - Joe Sargenti, South Windsor 135
Lee Pinney Team Sportsmanship Award - East Catholic-Manchester

Derby Invitational
At Derby
Team results – 1. Derby 110, 2. Branford 105½, 3. Gilbert 91½, 4. Canton 88½, 5. Darien 60, 6. Hamden Hall 52. 7. Morgan 39, 8. Lyman Hall 37½, 9. Windham Tech 22, 10. Housatonic 8, 11. Coventry 4
Individual results
103  Josh Hoxie (Gilbert) Pin Eric Fisher (Branford) 1:28
112  Saroj Bhandari (Branford) pin David Johnston (Lyman Memorial) 1:09
119  Matt White (Canton) dec Bobby O’Neill (Branford) 14-6
125  Max Fazekas (Branford) pin Jon Lewis (Darien ) 3:41
130  Alek Smith (Gilbert) dec Matt Grisivich (Canton ) 7-6
135  Nate Getler(Canton ) won by Inj Default Kevin Raines (Derby), 0:40
140  Linbert Cousley (Derby ) dec Jake Alderman (Lyman Memorial) 6-5
145  Tyler Corcoran (Darien ) pin Brian Dobek (Derby) 2:42
152   Xavier Dubois (Gilbert) Tech  Fall John Cinque (Branford) 17-2
160  Rich Jones  (Canton) pin Kyle Blye (Morgan) 1:49
171  Ross Lopardo (Gilbert) pin Mark McCormack (Derby ) 2:40
189 Ben Wells (Windham Tech) dec Zak Repscher (Morgan) 6-1
215 Tobi Nwangwu (Hamden Hall) pin Jesse Gilbert (Derby ) 3:18
285 Frankie Gomes (Derby) pin Brad Orr (Hamden Hall) 1:09
Outstanding wrester: Linbert Cousley (Derby 140); Fastest Pin: Frankie Gomes 0:15 (Derby )
NOTE: Due to forecast for snow, there were no consolation round matches. It was a single-elimination tournament.
After 27 years behind the bench, Canton coach Bill Phelps coached his final home match on Wednesday, Feb. 3 against Granby. Canton prevailed, 58-24.
Canton Wrestling Online, March 18: Phelps retires after 28 years as wrestling coach