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Cranford Wrestling Defeats Rival Roselle Park

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Credits: Rod Bolten
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CRANFORD, NJ – Cranford wrestling faced its rival Roselle Park Wednesday and came away with a, 43-13, victory. The team is in action again Friday Jan. 22 when they take on Elizabeth at home.

See match results below:
106 lbs. Mark Montgomery, Roselle Park, 5-0, decision over Conor Halipn, Cranford
113 lbs. Chris Gural, Roselle Park pinned Chris Wozniak, Cranford at 0:52.
120 lbs. Anthony Capece, Cranford, 4 -2, decision over Jon A Mejia, Roselle Park
126 lbs. Joshua B Mejia, Roselle Park,12-2, major decision over AJ Bencivenga,
Cranford            
132 lbs. Tom DiGiovanni, Cranford, pinned Dylan Camilo, Roselle Park at 3:16.
138 lbs. Chris Scorese, Cranford, pinned Elvin Guerrero, Roselle Park at 1:24.
145 lbs. Mike Nigro, Cranford, 7-4, decision over Rene Perez, Roselle Park         
152 lbs. Vince Concina, Cranford, 8-4, decision over Joe Devito, Roselle Park  
160 lbs. Brian McGovern, Cranford, 9-3, decision over Carry Mimy, Roselle Park               
170 lbs. Andrew Tompkins, Cranford pinned Abel Crespo, Roselle Park at 2:39.
182 lbs. Niko Cappello, Cranford, 3-0 decision over Will Ferdinando, Roselle Park          
195 lbs. Dylan Budnik, Cranford, 3-1, decision over Devin Hilburn, Roselle Park
220 lbs. Alex Esposito, Cranford, 11-3, major decision over Jason Estivene, Roselle Park              
285 lbs. Kevin Doran, Cranford, 3-1, decision over Sebastian Leo, Roselle Park  

 

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