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Southern Wrestlers Defeat Point Boro 38-20 Monday as Seniors Are Honored

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Credits: Chuck Donohue, SRHS Athletic Direictor
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STAFFORD - The Southern Regional Wrestling team defeated Point Pleasant Boro on Monday night by a score of 38-20.  Southern's record zooms up to 15-1 on the season.  Sebastian Delligatti recorded a pin at 126 and Robert Woodcock at 132 lbs.  Matt Barnett (138) and Nicholas O'Connell (152) recorded major decision victories for the Rams.  

It was also senior night at Southern.  

 

 

 

 

Southern  38  -  Pt Boro  20
Hwt: Anthony Bonavito (PB) p. Jayden Smith  1:49
106: Matt Brielmeier (S) d. James Latendorf  4-0
113: Ben Sabo (PB) md. Jayson Scerbo  14-6
120: Owen Kretschmer (S) d. Jack Bailey  5-2
126: Sebastian Delligatti (S) p. Luke Schumatti  3:27
132: Robert Woodcock (S) p. Jake Magley  1:00
138: Matthew Barnett (S) md. Ty Bailey  11-0
145: Nicholas Pepe (S) d. Spencer Robinson  7-1
152: Nicholas O'Connell (S) md. John McTaggart  13-5
160: Francis Marshall (PB) md. Dan Gorman  23-10
170: Vin Miele (S) d. Ryan Sansone  5-1
182: Ben LoParo (S) d. Dylan Ippolito  3-1
195: Billy Borowsky (PB) p. JT Cornelius  3:03
220: Matt Mackanic (S) d. Gabe Fattizzi  5-3

 

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