Cranford Wrestling Tops Nutley and Moves to Sectional Finals

Credits: Andrew Hooey

CRANFORD, NJ – Cranford wrestling continued its winning ways when it defeated Nutley, 60-10, in the sectional semifinals, Wednesday in Cranford.

The Cougars are, 20-0, on the season and will host Warren Hills Friday, Feb. 10 in the sectional finals.

Match Results below:
- 106 lbs. Dominic Cofone, Nutley, 6-4 Decision over Patrick Kalnins, Cranford        
- 113 lbs. Anthony Capece, Cranford pinned Jacob Gonzalez, Nutley, at 2:00.
- 120 lbs. Dean Smith, Cranford, pinned James Hargrave, Nutley, at 1:10.
- 126 lbs. Conor Halpin, Cranford, pinned Dean Polewka, Nutley, at 1:46.
- 132 lbs. Chris Scorese, Cranford, pinned Tarrin Goldberg, Nutley, at 1:32.
- 138 lbs. Tom DiGiovanni, Cranford, 6-4 Decision over Frank DeMaio, Nutley         
- 145 lbs. Mike Nigro, Cranford, 6-2, Decision over Aaron Dunn, Nutley      
- 152 lbs. Joseph DiPasquale, Nutley, 11-2 Major Decision over AJ Bencivenga, Cranford
- 160 lbs. Matt Doran, Cranford, won by Forfeit
- 170 lbs. Brian McGovern, Cranford, pinned Craig Haddock Nutley, at 1:52.
- 182 lbs. Vince Concina, Cranford, pinned Daniel Jennings, Nutley, at 3:14.
- 195 lbs. Justin Bivona, Nutley, 4-3 Decision over Dylan Budnik, Cranford 
- 220 lbs. Anthony Ramierez, Cranford, pinned David Sanchez, Nutley, at 1:44.
- 285 lbs. Alex Esposito, Cranford, pinned Luis Abreu, Nutley, at 0:57.

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