Cranford Wrestling Tops Rahway

Credits: Tapinto Cranford Editor

CRANFORD, NJ -  Cranford wrestling defeated Rahway, 60-11, Thursday in Cranford.

The Cougars are, 4-0, on the season and are in action again on Saturday at 7 p.m., when they take on Phillipsburg at home.

Match Results:
- 106 lbs. Patrick Kalnins, Cranford, pinned Manonsong Randolph, Rahway, at 1:47.
- 113 lbs. Chris Dalmau, Rahway, 11-1, Major Decision over Evan Kanterman, Cranford      
- 120 lbs. Sabri Murray, Rahway, 15-2, Major Decision over Dean Smith, Cranford 
- 126 lbs. Rhise Royster, Rahway, 3-0, Decision over Conor Halpin, Cranford            
- 132 lbs. Chris Scorese, Cranford, pinned Antonio Dalmau, Rahway at 1:58.
- 138 lbs. Tom DiGiovanni, Cranford, pinned Antonio Santoni, Rahway, at 3:24.
- 145 lbs. Mike Nigro, Cranford, 6-5, Decision over Jason Winters, Rahway
- 152 lbs. AJ Bencivenga, Cranford, pinned Daijaum Edwards, Rahway, at 5:11.
- 160 lbs. Brian McGovern, Cranford, pinned Brian Diaz, Rahway, at 1:32.
- 170 lbs. Josh Dechillo, Cranford, pinned Emilio Cordova, Rahway, at 1:28.
- 182 lbs. Vince Concina, Cranford, pinned Sam Dorielan, Rahway, at 1:27.
- 195 lbs. Dylan Budnik, Cranford, pinned Darisme Joshua, Rahway, at 4:34.
- 220 lbs. Anthony Ramierez, Cranford, 2-0, Decision over Vladimir Lee, Rahway    
- 285 lbs. Alex Esposito, Cranford, pinned Jymir Anderson, Rahway, at 3:51.

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