Lang picks up another 2 wins by pin at New Englands
PROVIDENCE, March 8 – For Canton senior Skylar Lang, the New England wrestling championships was no different than other matches for him this season. Lang earned victories and did it with pins. Lang (220 pounds) went 2-2 at the New England tournament and won both bouts by pin.
Lang (43-3) had pins in 11 of his 14 post-season matches. He finished the year with 30 pins, second on school record list for most pins in a single season.
At the New England tournament, Lang dropped his first bout to Imran Gholizadeh of Woburn, Mass., 16-6, but Lang rebounded with a pin over Alex Kane of Wakefield, Mass., in 3:23. In his next match, Lang pinned Alex Urquhart of Hermon, Maine in 4:23. Urquhart finished second at the Maine state championship meet.
Lang was eliminated by Glastonbury’s Andrew Cavanna, 9-3. It was just third time this season that Lang wrestled six minutes. Lang’s two New England tournament losses were to medal winners. Gholizadeh finished third while Cavanna took fourth.
Lang was just the sixth Canton wrestler to compete in the New England tournament and the first since 2002 when current coach Josh Kaplan participated.
Lang takes 3rd at Open, qualifies for New England meet
NEW HAVEN, March 1 – With five pins in six matches, Canton senior Skylar Lang (220) finished third at the State Open and became the first Canton wrestler to qualify for the New England championships in 12 years. The last wrestler to compete at the New England tournament was current head coach Josh Kaplan in 2002.
Lang lost in the quarterfinals but won three straight with three pins to finish third. He now has 28 pins on the year. Senior Patrick Lawler (152) went 3-2 with a double OT and a OT victory. Dylan Houle (170) dropped two close bouts.
WILLIMANTIC, February 22 – He goes out trying for a pin in every match. In most matches, he gets it. On Saturday, Canton senior Skylar Lang had four pins in the CIAC Class S wrestling tournament and captured a state championship.
Lang pinned Griswold’s James Walsh in the final of the 220 pound weigh class in 1:13 to win state championship. “He’s a beast,” Canton coach Josh Kaplan said. “He’s big strong and athletic. He knows how to wrestle and when he wants to turn it on, he can turn it on.”
Lang (36-0) helped Canton finish 10th in the tournament and he was one of four CHS seniors who brought medals for finishing in the top six of their respective weight classes. Seniors Patrick Lawler (152) and Dylan Houle (170) each took fourth while Devin Glasson (195) took fifth. All four qualified to participate in this weekend’s State Open championships in New Haven.
AVON, Feb. 15 -- Canton had hoped to get another shot at Avon at the NCCC Tournament. With a strong core of wrestlers in the upper weights, the Warriors had hopes of perhaps grabbing the NCCC Tournament trophy.
That didn't happen. The league cancelled the tournament Friday due to a forecast of snow on Saturday afternoon. The weather forecast was accurate with 2 to 3 inches falling. League officials were concerned about the athletes getting home safely following the tournament in Avon.
“Nothing takes precedent over the safety of the kids,” said Barry Bernstein, the athletic director at Enfield High, who coordinates wrestling in the NCCC. “We were concerned about buses getting over Avon Mountain later in the day.” The 2013 NCCC Tournament was also cancelled due to a blizzard.
AVON, Feb. 5 -- Avon extended its school-record winning streak of 50 consecutive NCCC matches with a strong 45-29 victory over Canton. The victory puts Avon in the driver’s seat to capture their seventh straight NCCC championship.
Canton, which won seven NCCC matches in one season for the first time, had hoped to get past Avon for its first victory over the Falcons since 2002. But the Warriors gave up 18 points due to three forfeits and Avon won six of the remaining 11 matches. “We had to win the close ones and we did,” Avon coach John McLaughlin said. “The kids stepped up and that was nice to see.”
Canton coach Josh Kaplan said, “It was a classic Avon vs. Canton match. Both sides came out ready to brawl. Our kids wrestled hard and our workhorses won with pins.”
SOUTH WINDSOR, Feb. 1 – With three pins and two forfeits, Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech pulled away from Canton to win the 17th annual Groundhog Duals for the first time since 2005 with a 48-33 decision.
Dylan Houle (170), Dakota Carey (182) and Trey VandeBogart (113) had victories for the Warriors (14-8) in the final but it wasn’t enough. It was Canton’s first appearance in the finals of the Groundhog Duals.
Canton earned a spot in the championship match thanks to a thrilling 36-34 decision over host South Windsor. The host Bobcats built a 34-0 lead on the back of three pins, two forfeits and a major decision. Canton received four forfeits worth 24 points but they picked up crucial pins from Devin Glasson (195) and Skylar Lang (285) that enabled Canton to earn the two-point victory.
Canton also beat Plainville, 43-33 and East Longmeadow, Mass., 51-12 to go 3-1 on the afternoon. Patrick Lawler (152), Houle (170), Glasson (220), Lang (285) and VandeBogart (106) had pins against Plainville. Joey Joslin (138), Jake Allmendinger (145), Houle, Lang and Brian Barger (120) had pins against East Longmeadow.
Warriors win seventh league match, face undefeated Avon next
CANTON, Jan. 29 – The Canton High wrestling team won five of the eight matches on the mat to beat Suffield/Windsor Locks/East Granby Wednesday night, 42-33 to earn a school record seventh league victory. It’s the first time that Canton (11-7, 7-0 NCCC) has ever won seven league matches in a single season.
The victory sets up a match with Avon (12-6, 6-0 NCCC) for the lead in the race for the NCCC championship next Wednesday in Avon. The winner will take a huge step toward winning the league championship. Teams earn one point for each NCCC dual meet victory and a half point for every team they beat at the league championship meet on Feb. 15 in Avon. The winner of Wednesday’s meet will have to finish first or second at the NCCC Tournament to claim the NCCC championship.
Against Suffield, Skylar Lang (220) and Trey VandeBogart (106) picked wins by pin while Patrick Lawler (152) earned a hard-fought 6-4 win over Suffield’s Bruce D’Agata. Freshmen Jake Allemendinger (160) and Brian Barger (120) picked up crucial victories. Allemendinger outlasted Scott Miller, 9-2 while Barger pinned Brandon Armstrong in 3:07.
STAFFORD, Jan. 22 – With six wins by pin, Canton (8-4, 6-0 NCCC) beat Stafford, 60-24 on Wednesday night to remain in contention for the league championship. Joey Joslin (138), Patrick Lawler (152), Dylan Houle (170), Dakota Carey (182), Devin Glasson (195) and Skylar Lang (220) each had pins for the Warriors.
It’s only the third time that Canton has won six league matches in a single season. Canton went 6-0 when they won the NCCC championship in 2002 and went 6-1 when they finished second in the league to Avon in 2009.
Canton has two remaining NCCC matches. They host Suffield/Windsor Locks/East Granby next Wednesday night in Canton and if the Warriors can prevail, they conclude their league season at Avon on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Suffield co-op squad and Avon have both won their first five league matches this season.
Canton's Houle, Lang win titles at Eagle Classic
MANCHESTER, Jan. 18 – Two Canton High wrestlers joined an exclusive club Saturday evening at the Eagle Classic at East Catholic High. Dylan Houle (170) and Skylar Lang (220) became just the second and third Canton wrestlers, respectively, to win a championship at the Eagle Classic.
Houle beat Newtown’s Forest Speed, 6-2 to win a championship at 170 pounds while Lang, wrestling in the finals for the second straight season, pinned RHAM’s C.J. Colletti in 2:24 to prevail at 220 pounds. They are the first Canton wrestlers to win a title at the Eagle Classic since Kacy O’Connor in 1999.
Houle and Lang’s performance helped the Warriors finish eighth in the 20th annual tournament, which was won by No. 7 Newtown. The Nighthawks, who won their first tournament this century two weeks ago at the Natick, Mass., Invitational had six wrestlers in the finals to capture a tournament for the second straight week.
Also wrestling well for Canton was Devin Glasson, who finished tied for third at 195 pounds.
Canton remains unbeaten in NCCC by beating Somers
SOMERS, Jan. 15 – With three pins and five forfeits, Canton remained one of three undefeated teams in the NCCC with a 48-27 victory over Somers Wednesday night. Devin Glasson (182), Brock Steinfeldt (220) and Trey VandeBogart (106) each won by pin while Dylan Houle (160), Patrick Lawler (170), Skylar Lang (285), Joey Joslin (138) and Noah Korner (145) won by forfeit for Canton (7-4, 5-0 NCCC).
Avon (8-2, 5-0 NCCC) and the co-op team of Suffield/Windsor Locks/East Granby (4-7, 4-0 NCCC) are the only unbeaten teams left other than the Warriors. Canton faces Suffield next Wednesday at home and concludes its NCCC portion of the schedule at Avon on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Warriors will take on Stafford on the road Wednesday in their next NCCC match.
Warriors win 2 out of three matches
CANTON, Jan. 11 – Canton beat Weston and Gilbert on Saturday to improve to 6-4 on the season. The Warriors used six pins in a 49-28 victory over Weston and took advantage of seven forfeits to earn a 42-25 decision over Gilbert. Jake Allmendinger (145), Noah Korner (152), Dylan Houle (170), Skylar Lang (220), Austen Swogger (126) and Joe Joslin (132) had pins in the win over Weston. Trey VandeBogart (106) had a pin in a 60-18 loss to Montville.
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CANTON, Jan. 9 – Canton won 10 of the final 11 matches to erase an early lead and remain undefeated in the NCCC with a 66-15 win over the Sport Medicine Science Academy/University High/Classical High co-op team from Hartford.
Canton (4-3, 4-0 NCCC) has won its first four matches in the league. The Warriors took advantage of three SMSA forfeits but they also received eight pins from Joe Joslin (138), Patrick Lawler (160), Dylan Houle (170), Dakota Carey (182), Devin Glasson (195), Glenn Korner (220), Skylar Lang (285) and Trey VandeBogart (106) to secure the win.
Canton has two champions at Chad Antoch tournament
WESTERLY, R.I., January 4 – The Canton High wrestling made its debut in the Chad Antoch Memorial Tournament a successful one. The Warriors put three wrestlers in the finals and came home with two individual champions. Dylan Houle (160 pounds) went 4-0 with four pins to win his second tournament of the year while Skylar Lang (220) went 3-0 with three pins to capture a title. Devin Glasson (195) finished second as Canton took sixth overall in the tournament.
Houle pinned Jake McCaffrey of Mansfield in 2:58 to win his weight class while Lang pinned Alexander Millen of Narragansett in 1:50. Glasson fell to John Sirios of Mt. Mansfield in the finals, 16-5. Glasson was 3-1 in the tournament with two pins.
Canton had 10 wrestlers in the tournament and nine won at least one match. Matt Schomburg (113), Noah Korner (145) and Patrick Lawler (152) each won two matches. Lawler advanced to the semifinals with two pins before losing two straight to get eliminated. As a team, the Warriors had 15 pins.
Antoch was an 18-year-old, senior co-captain of the wrestling team at Westerly High when he died in a car crash in 1995. It is the first out-of-state tournament that the Canton High wrestling program has participated in.
Canton tops Granby
CANTON, Dec. 31 -- The Warriors (3-3, 3-0 NCCC) are off to a 3-0 start in the league after a 37-31 win over Granby on Tuesday.
Warriors win 2nd league match
CANTON, Dec. 23 -- Canton is off to a 2-0 start in the league with a 51-24 win over East Windsor and a 45-21 decision over Enfield on Monday. Brian Barger (120) and Dylan Houle (170) had pins for the Warriors, who took advantage of five Enfield forfeits.
With three champs, Canton 4th at Derby
DERBY, Dec. 16 -- Canton had three individual champions at the recent Derby Invitational. Dylan Houle (170) pinned Derby’s Charlie Sampson in 4:15 to win an individual championship, Devin Glasson (195) pinned Jason Ranciato of Hamden Hall in 1:46 in the final at 195 pounds and Skylar Lang (220) beat Alex Rasmus of Branford, who had retire due to an injury.
Patrick Lawler (160) made the finals but lost to Gilbert sophomore Logan Smith, 20-4. Canton finished fourth with its best showing at the tournament since finishing third nearly a decade ago in 2004. Dakota Carey (182) and Brock Steinfeldt (285) were each third while Joe Joslin (138) finished fourth.
Canton tops Panthers for season opening victory
EAST WINDSOR, Dec. 18 – Dylan Houle, Dakota Carey, Devin Glasson, Glenn Korner and Mike Schomburg each won with pins as the Warriors opened the season with a 51-24 decision over East Widnsor. Houle, Carey, Glasson and Korner each had pins in less than a minute.
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.
132: Nick Briere (A) forfeit; 138: Jack. St. Onge (A) pin Joey Joslin, 4:55; 145: Jamie McNeill (A) pin Noah Korner, 0:25; 152: Adam Heimy (A) dec. Jake Allmendinger, 5-2; 160: Patrick Lawler (C) tech fall Blake Edwards, 16-1; 170: Dylan Houle (C) pin David Hart, 0:54; 182: Dakota Carey (C) pin Zach Usich, 3:01; 195: Devin Glasson (C) pin Kurt Ollstead, 4:50; 220: Skylar Lang (C) pin Nick Zacchio, 2:54; 285: Gino Bonalumi (A) forfeit; 106: Anthony Tripodi (A) pin Trey VandeBogart, 0:57; 113: Peter Ohi (A) pin Hayden DiMaio, 0:24; 120: Puck Quijano (A) dec. Brian Barger, 7-0; 126: Johnny Oh (A) forfeit
Records: Avon 14-8, 7-0 NCCC: Canton 14-9, 7-1 NCCC
At South Windsor
Canton 43, Plainville 33
Canton 36, South Windsor 34
Canton 51, East Longmeadow MA 12
South Windsor 45, Plainville 33
South Windsor 54 East Longmeadow 12
Plainville vs. East Longmeadow
Lyman Memorial/WT 36, Portland 33
Lyman Memorial/WT 37, East Catholic 22
Lyman Memorial/WT 65, JV All-Stars 0
East Catholic 32, Portland 31
East Catholic 42, JV All-Stars 18
Portland def. JV All-Stars
Championship: Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech 48, Canton 33
Consolation: South Windsor 39, East Catholic 36
Fifth place: Portland vs.
Canton 43, Plainville 33
At South Windsor
113: Doug Romano (P) pin Hayden DiMaio, 0:22; 120: Brian Barger (C) dec. Grant Sarra, 6-3; 126: Sam Lindgren (P) forfeit; 132: David Was (P) forfeit; 138: Dominic Vallardi (P) pin Joe Joslin, 3:47; 145: Andrew Marsh (P) dec. Jake Allmendinger, 13-10; 152: Patrick Lawler (C) pin John Tattersall, 1:42; 160: John Oliviera (P) forfeit; 170: Dylan Houle (C) pin Brendan West, 0:49; 182: Dakota Carey (C) maj dec. Eric Daesner, 13-0; 195: Sam Beadle (C) forfeit; 220: Devin Glasson (C) pin Josh Benoit, 1:00; 285: Skylar Lang (C) pin Dylan Fusco, 0:43; 106: Trey VandeBogart (C) pin Chris Centurelli, 5:23
Canton 36, South Windsor 34
At South Windsor
120: Peter Dooley (SW) pin Brian Barger, 0:29; 126: Double forfeit; 132: Austin Mongeon (SW) forfeit; 138: Ryan Schroder (SW) pin Joe Joslin, 1:38; 145: Jarod Sullivan (SW) pin Jake Allmendinger, 2:02; 152: Max Odell (SW) maj dec. Patrick Lawler, 13-1; 160: Ryan Scannell (SW) forfeit; 170: Daktoa Carey (C) forfeit; 182: Dylan Houle (C) forfeit; 195: Devin Glasson (C) pin Dan Lee, 2:50; 220: Double forfeit; 285: Skylar Lang (C) pin John Sanza, 1:10; 106: Trey VandeBogart (C) forfeit; 113: Hayden DiMaio (C) forfeit
Canton 51, East Longmeadow, MA 12
At South Windsor
126: Double forfeit; 132: Mark Hillpold (E) forfeit; 138: Joe Joslin (C) pin, Jason Zabarski, 1:06; 145: Jake Allmendinger (C) pin Leo Ciara, 2:27; 152: Patrick Lawler (C) dec. Nick Lachiasa, 6-4 OT; 160: Double forfeit; 170: Dylan Houle (C) pin Anthony Belyy, 0:42; 182: Dakota Carey (C) forfeit; 195: Devin Glasson (C) forfeit; 220: Skylar Lang (C) pin Frankie Sisco, 1:20; 285: Double forfeit; 106: Trey VandeBogart (C) forfeit; 113: Kevin Barret (E) pin Hayden DiMaio, 1:33; 120: Brian Barger (C) pin Collin Strassberg, 4:49
Lyman/Windham Tech 48, Canton 33
At South Windsor
132: Dwight Worthington (L) forfeit; 138: Chad Jarvis (L) pin Joe Joslin, 1:11; 145: Mitchell LaFlam (L) pin Jake Allmendinger, 2:38; 152: Jonah Swett (L) forfeit; 160: Brendon Goulette (L) pin Patrick Lawler, 3:33; 170: Dylan Houle (C) pin Eric Galicia, 2:38; 182: Dakota Carey (C) dec. David Verizzi, 5-2; 195: Sam Beadle (C) forfeit; 220: Devin Glasson (C) forfeit; 285: Skylar Lang (C) forfeit; 106: Alex Starr (L) forfeit; 113: Trey VandeBogart (C) pin Caleb Delaney, 1:51; 120: Charlie Weinstieger (L) forfeit; 126: Brendan Bentley (L) forfeit
Records: Canton 14-8, Lyman Memorial/WT 12-10
Suffield/Windsor Locks/EG 33
145: Jeff Glassman (S) dec. Noah Korner, 3-2; 152: Patrick Lawler (C) dec. Bruce D'aGata, 6-4; 160: Jake Allmendinger (C) dec. Scott Miller, 9-2; 170: Dylan Houle (C) forfeit; 182: Khamri Thomas (S) pin Dakota Carey, 3:30; 195: Devin Glasson (C) forfeit; 220: Skylar Lang (C) pin Nick Condon, 1:22; 285: Will Szozda (S) forfeit; 106: Trey VandeBogart (C) pin Madison D'ostuni, 0:27; 113: Hayden DiMaio (C) forfeit; 120: Brian Barger (C) pin Brandon Armstrong, 3:07; 126: Matt Guiollmette (S) forfeit; 132: Stewart Adams (S) forfeit; 138: Steven Sobota (S) pin Joe Joslin, 2:40
Records: Canton 11-7, 7-0 NCCC; Suffield/WL/EG 4-9, 4-2 NCCC
Montville 71, SMSA/University/Classical 6
Montville 54, Wethersfield 18
Montville 53, Portland 21
Montville 53, Canton 18
Montville 63, Gilbert 12
Portland 39, Canton 36
Portland 48, Gilbert 15
Portland def. Wethersfield
Portland def. SMSA/Univ/Classical
Wethersfield 36, Gilbert 34
Wethersfield 42, Canton 39
Wethersfield def. SMSA/Univ/Classical
Canton 43, Gilbert 24
Canton 60, SMSA/Univ/Classical 12
SMSA/Univ/Classical 43, Gilbert 30
Final results: 1. Montville 5-0, 2. Portland 4-1, 3. Wethersfield 3-2, 4. Canton 2-3, 5. SMSA 1-4
Montville 53, Canton 18
138: Austin Concascia (M) pin Joe Joslin, 5:53; 145: Jake Caskey (M) pin Noah Korner, 3:02; 152: Jacob Schmaltz (M) dec. Patrick Lawler, 3-2; 160: Ian Concascia (M) forfeit; 170: Patrick Bogan (M) dec. Dylan Houle, 9-6; 182: Brent Politowicz (M) dec. Dakota Carey, 10-5; 195: Devin Glasson (C) pin James Hilbie, 1:01; 220: Skylar Lang (C) pin Augustine Cornish, 0:14; 285: Double forfeit; 106: Trey VandeBogart (C) forfeit; 113: Joel Morth (M) forfeit; 120: Zach Mooney (M) forfeit; 126: Tommy Wynoski (M) forfeit; 132: Steven Rogers (M) forfeit
Portland 39, Canton 36
152: Patrick Lawler (C) pin Austin Rambrose, 4:55; 160: Ben (P) forfeit; 170: Tim Caplan (P) dec. Dylan Houle, 3-1; 182: James Planeta (P) pin Dakota Carey, 1:17; 195: Devin Glasson (C) pin Spencer Ravagnanni, 2:56; 220: Glenn Korner (C) forfeit; 285: Skylar Lang (C) forfeit; 106: Trey VandeBogart (C) pin Matt Scrivano, 0:50; 113: Grant Rodrick (P) forfeit; 120: Brian Barger (C) dflt. Angelis Solis; 126: Mason Rambrose (P) forfeit; 132: Double forfeit; 138: Connor Reisch (P) pin Joe Joslin, 5:21; 145: Jordan Balkus (P) pin Noah Korner, 1:40
Championship: Jacob Caskey, Montville dec. David Colvin, OSW, 2-0; 3rd Place: Dane Christiansen, Seymour pin Ryan Landona, Derby, 2:16; 5th Place: Peter Harris, East Catholic dec. Jordan Balskus, Portland, 10-4
Championship: Ryan Henderson, Haddam-Killingworth dec. George Andrews, Terryville, 9-3; 3rd Place: Nick Bradley, Morgan dec. Kevin Kehoe, East Windsor, 3-1; 5th Place: Sean Mooney, East Catholic dec. Michael Rivera, Windham, 6-1
Championship: Bryan Burnette, Holy Cross dec. Joseph Adams, Goodwin Tech, 4-2; 3rd Place: Jacob Berryparker, Somers dec. Patrick Lawler, Canton, 4-3; 5th Place: Jacob Schmalz, Montville pin Jonathan Oliveira, Plainville, 1:43
Championship: Dakota Fleming, Windham dec. Steve Persson, Oxford, 6-3; 3rd Place: Ian Concascia, Montville dec. Jarret Maloney, Enfield, Default; 5th Place: Tim Caplan, Portland dec. Logan Smith, Gilbert, Default
Championship: Zachary Roth, Haddam-Killingworth pin Tyler Bergeron, Terryville, 0:58; 3rd Place: Patrick Bogan, Montville dec. Dylan Houle, Canton, 3-2; 5th Place: Alex Perez, Windham pin James Planeta, Portland, 2:35
Championship: John D’Agostino, Nonnewaug pin Paul Larosa, Haddam-Killingworth, 1:48; 3rd Place: Chris Young, Rocky Hill dec. Greg Lee, Morgan, 5-4; 5th Place: Ryan O’Connell, Weston dec. Spencer Ravagnani, Portland, 9-0
Championship: Skylar Lang, Canton pin James Walsh, Griswold, 1:23; 3rd Place: Tom Bergeron, Terryville pin Joe Corkindale, Holy Cross, 2:08; 5th Place: Travis Delaney, Weston pin Justin Lengvarsky, Granby, 1:59
Championship: Dan Carbonaro, Oxford pin Dylan Fusco, Plainville, 2:47; 3rd Place: Chris Ernst, Seymour pin Chris Seales, Morgan, 0:42; 5th Place: Enrique Mejia, Enfield pin Anthony Fernandez, Windham, 2:37
Outstanding wrestler: Jacob Caskey, Montville (138)
Fast fall: Dan Carbonaro, Oxford (285), 4 Pins in 4:36
Team results: 1. Newtown 223½, 2. Windham High 188, 3. Nonnewaug 161, 4. Berlin 155½, 5. Manchester 111, 6: Immaculate/Joel Barlow 90, 7: RHAM 80, 8. Canton 78, 9: South Winsor 77, 10: Fermi 63, 11: East Windsor 62, 12: East Hartford 61, 13: East Catholic 49, 14: Rocky Hill 45, 15: St. Paul 12, 16: Cheney Tech 1
108: Final -- Eddie Marcado (East Hartford) dec. Max Gonzalez (East Catholic), 7-4; 3. Matt Dabkowski (Nonnewaug) dec. Brandon Davis (East Windsor), 10-5
115: Final -- Jacob Martin (Windham) dec. Luca Crudo (Newtown) 2-1; 3. Chase LaRusso (Fermi) dec. Jack Pelley (East Windsor), 5-2
122: Final -- Sebby Ruffino (Windham) dec. Edward Lovely (Newtown), 11-2; 3. Mike Salamone (RHAM) dec. Patrick Sutherland (East Windsor), 11-5
128: Final -- Ethan Greider (Berlin) dec. Matt Gonzalez (Newtown) 6-2; 3. Dominic Rivera (Windham) dec. Zach Veleas (Berlin), 10-3
134: Final -- Emmet LiCastri (Joel Barlow/Immaculate) dec. James Leuci (Newtown) 5-3; 3. Connor Caffrey (South Windsor) dec. Kieran Duggan (Nonnewaug), 9-5
140: Final -- Mike Long (Newtown) dec. Chris Carter (Manchester) 8-5; 3. Ryan Schroder (South Windsor) pin Dan Webster (RHAM), 1:34
147: Final -- Alex Perez (Manchester) dec. Sean Mooney (East Catholic) 4-0; 3. Jeremy Eliades (Berlin) dec. Kevin Kehoe (East Windsor), 5-4
152: Final -- Max Odell (South Windsor) dec. Jake Eliades (Berlin) 8-3; 3. Ethan Yates (Nonnewaug) dec. Felix Gonzalex (Manchester), 7-2
162: Final -- Dakota Fleming (Windham) dec.Cain Hardisty (Nonnewaug) 9-3; 3. Conor Lemay (Newtown) dec. Charles Fields (Fermi), 5-1
172: Final -- Dylan Houle (Canton) dec. Forest Speed (Newtown) 6-2; 3. (tie) Alex Perez (Windham) and Jared Zima (Berlin), 5 match rule
184: Final -- John D'Agostino (Nonnewaug) pin Chris Young (Rocky Hill), 2:59; 3. Devon Rielly (Berlin) dec. Greg Larussa (Newtown), 7-6
Team results – 1. Coventry RI 183, 2. Narragansett RI 116, 3. Haddam Killingworth 111, 4. Charhio RI 108, 5. Mt. Mansfield RI 106, 6. Canton 105½, 7. Ponagansett RI 85, 8. New London 80, 9. Bacon Academy 79, 10. Griswold 73½, 11. St. Bernard/Norwich Tech 73, 12. Mansfield RI 58, 13. Westerly RI 49, 14. Middletown RI 42½, 15. Mt. Everett RI 34, 16. Dighton-Rehoboth RI and Old Lyme 26½, 18. North Kingstown RI 25