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Brearley Defeats Gov. Livingston Wrestling, 39-34

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Gov. Livingston Dennis Sobol (145) pins Brearly Aly Mchamed in 1:50. Credits: Robyn Hoy
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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -  Both teams registered 4 pins a piece in Brearley's 39-34 victory Tuesday evening over Gov. Livingston.   Chris Sergio, Turner Haddad, Dennis Sobol and Sean Tomlinson all recorded pins for the Highlanders with Tomlinson's coming within the first 12 seconds of the bout.

"Any pin that early is way quicker than I expected it to be," said junior Sean Tomlinson, who has recorded 8 wins, 3 losses and 4 pins this season.

Gov. Livingston, 8-7, will keep moving forward through districts and regions in the coming weeks.  "The team's season is going much better than expected" said Tomlinson, "We hope to make it to AC [NJSIAA State Wrestling Championships in Atlantic City]."

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Below is the boxscore from the match:

Brearley 39  Gov. Livingston 34

106 lbs Ray Wetzel Brearley  W Nicholas Mele Gov. Livingston  L Pin - 1:15; 113 lbs Chris Sergio Gov. Livingston  W Liam Savona Brearley L Pin - 5:28; 120 lbs Nick DeMarco Brearley  4 Joe Colder Gov. Livingston  0 Decision; 126 lbs Tim Murphy Brearley  22 Andrew Gallitelli Gov. Livingston  7 Technical Fall - 5:11; 132 lbs Austin Senkarik Gov. Livingston  17 Charlie Buckley Brearley  4 Major Decision; 138 lbs Turner Haddad Gov. Livingston  W Jesse Goncalves Brearley  L Pin - 2:46; 145 lbs Dennis Sobol Gov. Livingston  W Aly Mohamed Brearley  L Pin - 1:50; 152 lbs Ryan Hoy Gov. Livingston  W Forfeit; 160 lbs Eoghan Savona Brearley  12 Mike Rhodes Gov. Livingston  4 Major Decision; 170 lbs Michael Tancs Brearley  3 Tom O' Sullivan Gov. Livingston  1 Decision; 182 lbs Joe Balboni Brearley  W Andrew Lipnick Gov. Livingston  L Pin - 1:15; 195 lbs Jeff Velez Brearley  W Michael Matarredona Gov. Livingston  L Pin - 3:50; 220 lbs Saverio Salcfas Brearley  W Pin - 2:28; 285 lbs Sean Tomlinson Gov. Livingston  W Orion Stubbs Brearley  L Pin - 0:12.

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