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NY vs. NJ Pinning Down Autism All-State Dual..Live

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7p.m. Tuesday Live on MSG Network

http://www.msgvarsity.com/live-schedule

 

Team New York

099: Jacori Teemer (Long Beach): 2014 NYS DI Champion

106- Chris Ponce (Levittown- Division): 2014 3rd in Nassau County

113- Vito Arujau (Syosset): 2x NYS DI finalist/2014 Champion; ranked 13th (InterMat)

120- Nick Piccininni (Ward Melville): 4x All-State/3x DI Champion; ranked 4th in nation

126- Mike Dangelo (Commack): 2x DI All-State (3rd in 2014)

132- Chris Mauriello (Hauppauge): 2014 NYS DI Champion

138- Eduardo Ramirez (Amityville): 2014 Suffolk County Runner-up

145- Tristan Rifanburg (Norwich): 2x NYS DII Champion

152- Louis Hernandez (Mepham): 2x NYS DI Champion; ranked 9th in the nation

160- Dan DeCarlo (Port Jervis): 2x DI All-State (3rd in 2014)

170- Erik Adon (East Islip): 2014 NYS DI runner-up

182- Mark Tracy (Sachem East): 2014 NYS DI Champion

195- Will be winner of Reggie Williams (Johnson City; DI Champion) and Nathanael Rose (Eagle Academy; DII Champion)

220- Vin Feola (Walt Whitman): 2014 NYS DI runner-up

285- James O'Hagan (Seaford): 2x All-State/2014 NYS Champion; ranked 14th in the land

 

Team New Jersey

99 - Evan Deluise, Don Bosco NJ round of 12 at 106

106- Nick Raimo, Hanover Park 7th grade Tulsa and Rena National champion, #30 ranked Jr high wrestler in the country (Flo)

113 - Bobby Jordan, Woodbridge 7th NJ

120 - Michael Russo, St Peters Prep NJ runner up

126 - Craig Delacruz, Bound Brook 2x state champ

132 - Anthony Giraldo, North Bergen 2x state champ, fila cadet national champ/world team member

138 - Ryan Burkert, St Peters Prep 4th NJ

145 - Joey McKenna, Blair 3x nat prep champ, beast, ironman champ, cadet world runner up. #1 ranked in USA @ 138

152 - Nick Velez, Westfield 5th NJ

160 - Josh Ugalde, Bound Brook 2nd NJ

170 - Josef Johnson, Delbarton 3rd NJ

182 - Chris Morgan, West Orange NJ RD of 12

195 - Jeff Velez, Brearley/Dayton NJ Rd of 12, 7th frosh nationals, 7th soph nationals

220 - Jordan Fox, St Peters Prep 4th NJ, 6th in 2013

285 - Kevin Wilkins, St Joseph - Montvale 3rd NJ

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Great Event. I always like watching this. On paper, it would appear that NY has the "more" loaded team. However, we know that "on paper" doesn't mean much. Piccininni and Arujau are real fun to watch. Wish they would've gotten Soriano for this event.

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Sorry this is from memory--99-NJ dec, 106-NJ win by Tech fall(kid will be something special), 113-NY by maj, 120-NY by dec, 126-NY dec(NY kid was a great rider), 132-NJ by dec, 138-NJ by dec, 145-NJ by md, 152-NY-dec, 160-NJ by pin(think it was a tie match), 170-NJ by pin, 182-NY by pin, 195-NJ by pin(4-4 match NJ gets a neutral fall-in on a double and stacked kid), 220-NJ by dec, Hwt-NY by dec

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Hats off to the Garden State as they win 39-22

 

Team New Jersey-39; Team New York-22

099- Evan DeLuise (New Jersey) dec . Jacori Teemer (New York), 5-2

106- Nick Raimo (New Jersey) TF Chris Ponce (New York), 20-3

113- Vito Arujau (New York) Maj Dec. Bobby Jordan (New Jersey), 16-6

120- Nick Piccininni (New York) dec. Michael Russo (New Jersey)

126- Mike D’Angelo (New York) dec. Craig De La Cruz (New Jersey), 3-2

132- Anthony Giraldo (New Jersey) dec. Chris Mauriello (New York), 3-0

138- Ryan Burkert (New Jersey) dec. Eduardo Ramirez (New York), 6-2

145- Joey McKenna (New York) Maj Dec. Tristan Rifanburg (New York), 12-3

152- Louis Hernandez (New York) dec. Nick Velez (New Jersey), 13-8

160- Josh Ugalde (New Jersey) pinned Dan Decarlo (New York) 5:27

170- Josef Johnson (New Jersey) pinned Erik Adon (New York) 4:49

182- Mark Tracy (New York) pinned Chris Morgan (New Jersey) 5:29

195- Jeff Velez (New Jersey) pinned Reggie Williams (New York) 3:28

220- Jordan Fox (New Jersey) dec. Vin Feola (New York), 5-3

285- James O’Hagan (New York) dec. Kevin Wilkins (New Jersey), 12-5

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NJ DNP dec NY state champ 5-2

NJ 7th grader TF NY NASS cty 3, 20-3

NY state champ MD NJ 7th place 16-6

NY state champ dec NJ 2nd

NY 3rd dec NJ state champ 3-2

NJ state champ dec NY state champ NJ 4

NJ 4th dec NY state champ

NJ Prep NC MD NY State champ

NY state champ dec NJ 5th

NJ 2nd pinned NY state champ

NJ 3rd pinned NY 3rd

NY state champ pinned NJ DNP

NJ DNP pinned NY state champ

NJ 6th dec NY 2nd

NY state champ dec NJ 3rd

 

NY with 9 state champs, NJ with 2 (and a national prep champ). NJ with a 7th grader, and 3 kids who DNP at states.

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A quick clarification.

NJ DNP dec NY state champ 5-2 NJ kid didn't place at 106 I assume. If they had a 99 maybe he would have won. I don't know.

NJ 7th grader TF NY NASS cty 3, 20-3

Another reason NJ should let 7th and 8th graders wrestle in HS. Wonder how he would have done with Yanni.

NY state champ MD NJ 7th place 16-6 Expected.

NY state champ dec NJ 2nd Expected. Wish I knew the score.

NY 3rd dec NJ state champ 3-2 Interesting. Speaks of Section 11 depth.

NJ state champ dec NY state champ NJ 4 Expected.

NJ 4th dec NY state champ Not a State champ--2014 Suffolk County Runner-up

NJ Prep NC MD NY State champ Expected.

NY state champ dec NJ 5th Expected.

NJ 2nd pinned NY state champ -- Not a state champ again. 3rd. Paddack would be a different story.

NJ 3rd pinned NY 3rd--NY runner up I assume?

NY state champ pinned NJ DNP--Expected

NJ DNP pinned NY state champ--Interesting.

NJ 6th dec NY 2nd

And you forgot to mention:

285- James O’Hagan NY-1 (New York) dec. Kevin Wilkins 3rd NJ (New Jersey), 12-5 NY-1

Not sure what your point is... but a few facts were incorrect.

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You would expect a team with 9 state champs, 2 2nd placers, 2 3rd placers to get hammered by a team with 2 state champs, a nat prep champ, 2 2nds, 2 3rds? Plus a 7th grader, and 3 kids who didn't place in NJ?

 

On paper, NY should have run away with this.

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You would expect a team with 9 state champs, 2 2nd placers, 2 3rd placers to get hammered by a team with 2 state champs, a nat prep champ, 2 2nds, 2 3rds? Plus a 7th grader, and 3 kids who didn't place in NJ?

 

On paper, NY should have run away with this.

 

"...while there are certain matchups on paper that may be predictable, paper doesn't go out and wrestle."

- former U of Penn coach Roger Reina

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Look, NJ and NY are very close to the same in terms of depth and talent. I saw nothing in the results to indicate anything different. NJ at 195 and the 220 were the only weights and NY where the 3rd place kid beat the NJ champ are the only matches that didn't go as expected(for both teams). All in all, looked like a very even match based on the level of the kids and was wrestled for a great cause.

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VSNEJ you nailed your quote. As a former Quaker wrestler and big Penn follower that was Roger Reina's favorite quote. It doesn't matter what "on paper" says, it's what happens on the mat that counts. While I'm not familiar with these wrestlers, I don't follow the high school scene much, I applaud them for putting it on the line for such a worthy cause. We should commend them and be happy they chose to compete without busying ourselves with whose credentials should be superior.

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I think one of the best things we have learned from this dual, now 4 years in, is that very unpredictability. 2 years ago NJ had 9 state champs and NY won. Last week NY had 9 state champs and NJ won. It is an old cliché that you can wrestle either state championship multiple times and you would have a variety of different champs (with the exception of the McKenna's, Piccininni's, etc) and certainly many different placers, regardless of who got it done on the day they wrestled. The dual has taken on that very same life in that it is a whole new day and the caliber is so high on both sides that anyone who takes the mat is capable of beating just about anyone on a given day. I think this keeps the intrigue of the event high and the wrestlers motivated to come out for it and battle. I already can't wait for next year's dual!

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