wrestling results

  An outstanding year for all, although I imagine dissappointing, no one wants to lose. Looking at it glass-half-full – only Walter Foster will not get the chance to try again. Foster had a great sports year when you think about it between football and wrestling – the stuff many dream of and never reach.

A great job to all of the guys who gutted it out at the state runoffs.  

  

Civic Center results

Here’s a breakdown of thewrestlers (I do not have all scores, but what I do I will put here):

96 – Steven Cohan

Round 1 Pinned Kyle Brown of SCHO (Schoharie?)
Quarters Pinned at 1:07 by Casey Ballard of CAI – DUR
1st Wback Beat Alex Griffin of Catskill
2nd Wback lost to Aiden Szabo of Warrensburg
Tourney Rec. 2-2
Season Rec. 14-12

103 – Nathan Palmer

Round 1 Bye
Quarters Lost 15-5 to Freddy Pechette of RCS
1st Wback Beat Elwyn Case of Johnstown
2nd Wback Beat Andrew Martin of COX-ATH
Cons. Semis Lost to Kody Bruno of Hudson Falls
5-6 match Lost 6-4 to Beecher Baker of WarrensburgPlace: 6th
Tourney Rec. 2-3
Season Rec. 26-13

125 – Brendan Miller

Round 1 Defeated Matt Zankowsky of Ichabod Crane
Quarters Lost to Kyle Mulcahy 4-2 of Corinth
1st Wback Beat Blake Whitbeck of Bern Knox
2nd Wback Pinned Adam Mimms of CAM
Cons. Semis Lost to Taylor Treadgold 4-3
5-6 match Pinned Matt McKnight of Maple Hill at 4:45Place 5th
Tourney Rec. 4-2
Season Rec. 31-6

140 – Karl Palmer

Round 1 Pinned Brandon Walsh of Maple Hill
Quarters Pinned Niko Nicoletti of SCH at 1:22
Semis 9-0 decision over Davin LeClair of Corinth
Finals 3-2 decision over Brian Walsh of Watervilet

Place: CHAMPION
Tourney Rec. 4-0
Season Rec. 42-3
 

145 – Kurt Ehntholt

Round 1 Bye
Quarters Pinned by Aaron Dudley of Hudson Falls at 3:43
1st Wback Lost to Jordan Robichaud of HOOF
Tourney Rec. 1-2
Season Rec. 28-18 Another injury-shortened tourney. If I recall correctly Kurt already beat the Robichaud kid pretty handily earlier in the season – 9-1?

215 – Eric Hastings

Round 1 Bye
Quarters Defeated Adam Wayne Therrian of GREEN 4-1
Semis Lost to Duanesburg’s Nick Gwiazdowski 9-0
Cons. Semis Defeated Justin Benjamin of Corinth 9-0
Cons. Finals Lost to Adam Wayne Therrian of GREEN 2-1Place 4th
Tourney Rec. 2-2
Season Rec. 41-5 Bad luck on this seed. the kid from Duanesburg looks like he’s for real so any seed but fourth probably puts Eric in the final. Whitehall’s Gebo surely was not up to the task; a tough break for a wrestler who dominated this season.

285 – Walter Foster

Round 1 Defeated Bill EngleHardt of CAM by pin
Quarters Lost to Don Case of VOR 2-1
1st Wback Defeated Jesse Montasano of BK
2nd Wback Pinned by Jim Dykeman of Duanesburg
Tourney Rec. 2-2
Season Rec. 34-7

injury stops Foster from getting his rematch with Sam Chase. I’m not the only one that was looking forward to that rematch after Chase got lucky in the C’s and in the sectionals. Somehow this wrestler is ‘stall-proof’

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