Our 13th year of wrestling coverage begins in December
CANTON, Nov. 18 – Canton Wrestling Online is pleased to begin its 13th year of coverage this winter of the Canton High wrestling team. This website and our award-winning sister site Connecticut Wrestling Online are the two oldest high school wrestling websites in the state.
Ted Moise inducted in Canton's Wall of Fame
CANTON, Oct. 4 -- Dr. Ted Moise, the third wrestler in school history to win a Class S state championship in 1983, was one of six Canton High graduates to be inducted into the Canton High Wall of Fame in October. The Wall of Fame recognizes Canton High graduates for their outstanding contributions in their field of work and/or the community.
Ted is an engineer at Texas Instruments and his team developed an ultra-lower power memory technology called ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM). It's faster, holds more data and runs on less power than any similar technology on the market today. It's considered a breakthrough that will not only make a difference in storage for consumer electronics. it could do the same for lifesaving, implantable medical devices like glucose meters and pacemakers.
Ted and five other graduates – Dave Gilchrist (1950), the late John Bahre (1950), Sally Giglio (1956), Dr. Fred Humphrey (1944) and Richard Hutchins (1977) – were recognized at the induction ceremony and dinner in the Canton Middle School cafeteria.
On the mat, Ted had a career record of 37-9-1 with 21 pins and went 24-2 his senior year (1983) at 145 pounds. He won the Class S title. He graduated from Trinity College in 1987 with a degree in physics and engineering. He earned a doctorate degree in electrical engineering from Yale in 1992.