Jimmy Gentile posted a major decision at 160 pounds and then moved up to claim a pin and a decision at 171 pounds, as host
cleaned up in three nonleague wrestling matches yesterday.
The Red Raiders opened with a 43-22 victory over
, came right back to trounce
, 62-12, and then closed out the afternoon with a 60-14 rout of
. Gerald Hodges (215 pounds), Brandon Samuels (145), Eric Dunnet (130) and Anthony Dawson (112) also went 3-0 for Paulsboro.
In other mat action from around South Jersey:
Ryan Badey (125 pounds), Bruce Abbasov (145), Isaiah Miles (189) and Joe Ali (215) each went 3-0 as
swept three matches at Woodstown.
Badey, Miles and Ali had pins in the Silver Knights' 48-29 victory over
; Abbasov, Miles and Ali won by fall in a 54-19 rout of
; and Badey, Abbasov and Ali had decisions in a 63-9 rout of
Nick Teti's 6-0 decision at 112 pounds and a pin in 1:22 by Doug Ewing at 119 sealed the deal for
in a 44-27 victory over
Consecutive pins by Tom Terp at 189, Kyle Lloyd at 215 and Josh Hitchner at heavyweight gave
an insurmountable lead en route to a 49-27 win over
was a triple winner, including a 43-33 victory over
that was clinched by Dan Wilson's 29-second pin at 103 pounds. The Eagles received three consecutive forfeits late in their 48-28 triumph over
, and Paul Gilstrop's fall in :28 at 215 pounds sealed a 45-36 win over
Matt McCall had a 31-second pin at 112 pounds and Anthony Rizzolo flattened his opponent at 135 in :36, highlighting
's 54-21 Tri-County Conference win at
. Rams heavyweight Darryl Long recorded a takedown in :41.
Pins by Mikey Evans (125 pounds) and Andrew Supko (130) closed out
's 40-24 victory at
in a Burlington County League clash. The host Greyhounds also suffered a 47-30 nonleague loss to
, as the Braves pulled away with first-period pins by Zach Cohen (125) and Felton Goodwin (130) and a 7-2 decision by Vinny Visceglia (135).
salvaged the day by beating
, 39-27, thanks to late decisions by Evan Millian at 119 pounds, Harley Palyok at 130 and Josh Jones at 135.
Vinnie Ferretti posted a pair of pins at 103 pounds and 112-pounder Alex Hirst also had two falls for host
, which suffered a 45-33 loss to Tri-County Conference rival
but rebounded to beat
, 54-27, in a nonleague match.
Max Bohannan had pins in :28 and 2:33 at 160 pounds for
, which rolled over
, 60-15, before falling, 41-24, to
Gabe Solazzo (112), Mike Bellardino (152), James Hoffman (160), Anthony Wilson (171) and Jacob Jablonski (189) were triple winners for
- which was nipped by
, 37-36, but recovered to rout
, 57-21, and
Matt DeSouza had the hot hand in the second half, pouring in 15 of his 27 points - including all four of his baskets from beyond the arc - after intermission, keying
's 59-52 victory over visiting
in a key Cape-Atlantic League clash.
Ryan Brooks added 16 points for the Spartans (4-0), who trailed by one point at halftime. Khalif Toombs (12 points) and Leavander Jones (11) paced the Vikings' balanced attack.
Isiah Dixon fired in 27 points to power host
, 76-54. Steven Cobbs scored 17 for the Tigers.
Robert Page tossed in 26 points and
converted 18 of 22 free throws in claiming a 58-48 win at
Evan Sienkiewicz beat the final buzzer with a layup, giving him 12 points and lifting
to a 41-39 victory at
. The Warriors' Kevin Janowski led all scorers with 22 points.
Norman White threw down 21 points on the
defense, and host
led throughout en route to a 58-39 win.
Chris Gebhart totaled 19 points and 11 rebounds and Kevin Noon added 12 points from long range in making host
Cherry Hill West
a 54-49 winner over
rode the double-figure scoring of Keith Davis (17 points), Dave Hughes (15) and Isaiah Roberts (10) to a 67-50 triumph over visiting
. Howie Ryan had a game-high 20 points for the Cougars.
Ironman Dylan Bowman went the distance for
, sinking a pair of free throws with 6 seconds remaining in regulation, as the host Pioneers held off
Camden Academy Charter
, 63-58. Nevin Potts had 11 points and Chad Gravanese chipped in nine points and 10 rebounds for Clearview (4-0), which received scoring from nine players.
Matt Emerson capped his 14-point performance by draining a three-point shot and going 4 for 4 at the foul line in the fourth quarter of
's 43-35 win over visiting
. Sophomore Tony West came off the bench to contribute 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Quakers.
Darius Melton's 20 points topped the scoring for
, but the Chiefs needed all six of Rolando Avila's points in overtime to outlast host
, 55-51. Ryan Karr of Pennsville took game scoring honors with 28 points, including a three-pointer that tied it at the regulation buzzer.