GMC Wrestling: Piscataway Chiefs Outmuscle Perth Amboy Panthers, 52-21 on Senior Night (With Video)

GMC Wrestling: Piscataway Chiefs Outmuscle Perth Amboy Panthers, 52-21 on Senior Night (With Video) Credits: Kenneth Simmons
GMC Wrestling: Piscataway Chiefs Outmuscle Perth Amboy Panthers, 52-21 on Senior Night Credits: Kenneth Simmons
GMC Wrestling: Piscataway Chiefs Outmuscle Perth Amboy Panthers, 52-21 on Senior Night Credits: Kenneth Simmons
GMC Wrestling: Piscataway Chiefs Outmuscle Perth Amboy Panthers, 52-21 on Senior Night Credits: Kenneth Simmons
GMC Wrestling: Piscataway Chiefs Outmuscle Perth Amboy Panthers, 52-21 on Senior Night Credits: Kenneth Simmons

PISCATAWAY, NJ – The Piscataway Chiefs defeated the Perth Amboy Panthers in their GMC Red Division wrestling matchup at home on Wednesday's Senior Night in the Anthony Gym.

After first holding a brief ceremony to honor this year’s senior wrestlers and their families, the Chiefs' varsity team went on to outscore the Panthers, 52-21.

Match Results

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195: Paris Foster (Piscataway) won by decision over David Welch (Perth Amboy), 13-9;

220: Samuel Rogers (Piscataway) won by forfeit; 

285: David Greene (Piscataway) won by pin over Elias Collazo (Perth Amboy), Fall 0:57; 

106: Joseph Dulog (Piscataway) won by pin over Joseph Abreu (Perth Amboy), Fall 1:08; 

113: Joseph Pacheco (Perth Amboy) won by pin over Maximus Parra (Piscataway), Fall 1:07; 

120: Bryan Mora (Piscataway) won by forfeit; 

126: Norberto Torres (Perth Amboy) over Erick Valentin (Piscataway), Fall 3:10; 

132: Alexis Soriano (Perth Amboy) won by decision over Robert McEvoy (Piscataway), 9-2; 

138: James Rodriguez (Perth Amboy) won by pin over Marcus Petite (Piscataway), Fall 4:53; 

145: Gabriel Rodrigues (Piscataway) won by pin over Michael Lopez (Perth Amboy), Fall 2:16; 

152: Joseph Hatcher (Piscataway) won by pin over Lewis Abreu (Perth Amboy), Fall 1:53; 

160: Michael Petite (Piscataway) won by pin over Luis Colon (Perth Amboy), Fall 0:53; 

170: Nick Recine (Piscataway) won by decision over Adalphi Jimenez (Perth Amboy), 4-3; 

182: Elijah Pitt-Goodson (Piscataway) major decision over Ishmael Nunez (Perth Amboy), 10-0

The Chiefs record improves to 12-3 overall, 4-2 conference division while the Panthers move to 7-9 overall, 1-5 conference division.

Piscataway next face challengers at the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament this Friday and Saturday in the Anthony Gym. is an online newspaper serving the Township of Piscataway. Sign up for our FREE daily eNews and follow us on Facebook and Twitter @PiscatawayTAP.

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