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Summit H.S. Wrestling Takes Three in Row to Level Season Record at .500

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Competing at 106 lbs., Summit's Peter Shikany gets the upper hand on his opponent.
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SUMMIT, NJ - After beginning their dual-meet campaign with a trio of defeats, the Summit High School Boys Varsity Wrestling Team has reeled-off three consecutive victories to lift their record to an even 3-3.

Summit's journey back to the .500 mark came via wins over Dover, 48-24, New Providence, 42-33, and Wallkill Valley Regional, 45-30.

Against Dover, the Hilltoppers got wins from Nikozi Abdur-Rahman, Dante Hauer, Justin D'Angelo-James, Nicholas Mellusi, Dan Cambronero, Peter Shikany, Christopher DiSibio and Zephaniah Lang-Davila.

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Versus the Pioneers, Evan Koniaris, Lang-Davila, Cambronero, Abdur-Rahman, DiSibio, Shikany and Mellusi all emerged victorious and, against Wallkill Valley, Landon Dixon, Jack Hedges, Cambronero, Lang-Davila, Abdur-Rahman, D'Angelo-James, Mellusi and Shikany came out on top.

Summit next travels to David Brearley January 10 in a meet scheduled to start at 4 p.m.

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