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Cranford Wrestling Topples Governor Livingston

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Credits: K. Capece
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Credits: K. Capece
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Captain and the team on Senior Night Credits: K. Capece
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Cranford, NJ – Cranford wrestling continued their winning ways Wednesday with a 48-18 victory over Governor Livingston. The team extended their record to 11-1.

See match results below:

106 lbs. - Anthony Capece won a 12-2 major decision over Jake Pecorelli.

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120 lbs. - Tom DiGiovanni pinned Chris Sergio at 3:03

126 lbs. Chris Scorese won a technical fall at 5:47 over Andrew Gallitelli.

132 lbs. – Vince Concina pinned Austin Senkarik at 1:15.

138 lbs. - Dave Busch won a 7-4 decision over Quinn Haddad.

145 lbs. - Turner Haddad won a 5-4 decision over Brian McGovern.

152 lbs. - Gavin Murray pinned Nick DeLuca at 1:45.

160 lbs. - Andrew Tompkins won a 9-1 major decision over Mike Rhodes.

170 lbs. - Sam Burke won a 3-2 decision over Dylan Budnik.

182 lbs. - Niko Cappello won with a forfeit.

195 lbs. - Nick Ballas won a 5-3 decision over Jack Blasch.

220 lbs. - Alex Esposito pinned Spencer Marke at 4:26

285 lbs. - Sean Tomlinson pinned Kevin Doran at 1:26.

The team travels to Westfield on Friday at 7 p.m..

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