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S. Jersey Boys | Paulsboro pins Clearview, Holy Spirit and Oakcrest

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 Paulsboro cleaned up in three nonleague wrestling matches yesterday.

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

Holy Spirit

, 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

Gloucester Catholic


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

Gloucester Catholic


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




Paul VI

was a triple winner, including a 43-33 victory over

Ocean City

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

Northern Burlington

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).

Northern Burlington

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

Medford Tech

, 54-27, in a nonleague match.

Max Bohannan had pins in :28 and 2:33 at 160 pounds for


, which rolled over

Penns Grove

, 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


, 60-18.


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

Holy Spirit

's 59-52 victory over visiting

Atlantic City

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



Woodrow Wilson

, 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

New Egypt

. The Warriors' Kevin Janowski led all scorers with 22 points.

Norman White threw down 21 points on the


defense, and host

St. Joseph

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

GAMP (Pa.)



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

Pennsauken Tech

. 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.