Spotswood Wrestlers To Compete In NJSIAA District Tournament


HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - Spotswood High School wrestlers will head to Hillsborough High School on Saturday, February 18 to compete in the NJSIAA District 17 Wrestling Tournament. The Chargers will be matched up against wresters from other District 17 schools including Hunterdon Central High School, Hillsborough High School, Middletown North, Middletown South, Franklin High School, South River High School, Keansburg High School and WWP South.

Thomas Perpente is the seventh seed in the 106-pound weight class with a 7-17 season record. Jacob Oster is the eighth seed at the 113-pound weight class with a record of 1-9 while sophomore Connor Platt is the third seed at the 120-pound weight class. Platt has a 14-11 season record. Connor Johnson is the seventh seed in the 126-pound weight class with a 5-18 record. Shea Griffin is the ninth seed in the 132-pound weight class with a 0-10 record. Matthew Bohinski is the seventh seed in the 138-pound weight class with an 8-15 record. Tyler Jacob is the seventh seed in the 145-pound weight class with an 8-13
record. Shea Obado is the number one seed in the 152-pound weight class. Obado has a 21-2 record for the Chargers this season. Michael Stanaway is the ninth seed for the 160-pound weight class with a 1-4
record. Michael LeRoy is the fifth seed in the 170-pound weight class with a 19-8 record. Donald Shaffer is the fourth seed in the 182-pound weight class with a 14-11 record. Nick Komosinski is the eighth seed
in the 195-pound weight class with a 5-21 record while Terrell Lewis is the eighth seed in the 285-weight class with a record of 1-7.

The top three finishers in each weight class will move onto the NJSIAA Regional Wrestling Tournament. Action is set for the regional tournament for February 22, 24 and 25. Seedings for the regional tournament are scheduled to be announced on Monday, February 20.

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