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Cranford Wrestling Defeats Caldwell and Hackettstown

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Credits: Rod Bolten
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CRANFORD, NJ – Cranford wrestling defeated both Caldwell and Hackettstown in a quad-match, Saturday Feb. 6 in Hackettstown. Match results are below:

Cranford – 52
Caldwell - 12

106 lbs. -Conor Halipn, Cranford pinned Matthew Driggs, Caldwell at 3:10.
113 lbs. Anthony Capece, Cranford pinned Matthew Goldbach. Caldwell at 1:01.
120 lbs. Tom DiGiovanni, Cranford won by forfeit.
126 lbs. AJ Bencivenga, Cranford won by forfeit.
132 lbs. Chris Scorese, Cranford won by forfeit.
138 lbs. Mike Nigro, Cranford, 10-0, major decision over Thomas Rodgers, Caldwell   145 lbs. Vince Concina. Cranford pinned Dan Fano, Caldwell at 1:01.
152 lbs. Dean Caravelam, Caldwell, 2-1, decision over Brian McGovern, Cranford            
160 lbs. Dave Busch, Cranford, 4-0, decision over Kyle Schaffer, Caldwell            
170 lbs. Christian Dalla Riva, Caldwell pinned Josh Dechillo, Cranford at 3:50.
182 lbs. Ryan Schaffer, Caldwell, 5-1, decision over Andrew Tompkins, Cranford             
195 lbs. Dylan Budnik, Cranford, 3-2, decision over Mark Piersanti, Caldwell      
220 lbs. Alex Esposito, Cranford, 7-5, decision over Matthew Maddaloni, Caldwell         
285 lbs. Kevin Doran, Cranford, 2-1, decision over John Murphy, Caldwell

 

Cranford – 56
Hackettstown – 18

Match results below:
106 lbs. Conor Halipn, Cranford won by forfeit.
113 lbs. Anthony Capece, Cranford pinned Erick Garcia, Hackettstown at 1:31.
120 lbs. Justin Bennett, Hackettstown pinned AJ Bencivenga, Cranford at 0:50.
126 lbs. Alex Carida, Hackettstown pinned Tom DiGiovanni, Cranford at 1:37.
132 lbs. Chris Scorese, Cranford, 10-2, major decision over Joe Renne, Hackettstown    
138 lbs. Mike Nigro, Cranford, 11-0, major decision over Brandon Baker, Hackettstown
145 lbs. Vince Concina, Cranford, 7-3 decision over Anthony Carida, Hackettstown         
152 lbs. Brian McGovern, Cranford pinned Kyle Salazar, Hackettstown at 3:03.
160 lbs. Dave Busch, Cranford pinned James Clarke, Hackettstown at 2:55.
170 lbs. Andrew Tompkins, Cranford won by forfeit.
182 lbs. Kyle Connelly, Hackettstown won by forfeit.
195 lbs. Dylan Budnik, Cranford won by forfeit.
220 lbs. Alex Esposito, Cranford pinned John Jensen Hackettstown at 1:04.
285 lbs. Kevin Doran, Cranford, 3-2, decision over Joe Andes Hackettstown       

 

 

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