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Avellani delivers

 

First-year wrestler Nick Avellani, a freshman, earned his first varsity win, a 14-11 decision, to help Methuen defeat Xaverian, 43-29. Seniors Evan Stoddard, Jack Kraunelis and Dan O’Connell had first period pins.

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Triton sweeps opening meet

The Triton wrestling team was dominant in its opening quad-meet, sweeping Essex Tech, Wellesley and Belmont to start the season 3-0. Jared Durkin and Jeremy Duford pinned all three of their opponents, and Robi Ullah, Zander Rolfe, Shane Rooney and Kyle Noonan picked up their first varsity wins.

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Wrestling, 12/10/17 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Georgetown takes third

Tre Aulson went 3-0 and won the 106-pound division at Saturday's Scituate Early Bird Tournament, helping lead Georgetown-Ipswich to a third place team showing. Ian Forgitano (113), Troy Forgitano (120), John Blythe (170) and Nick Frongillo (285) all placed second in their divisions, and Brandon Odle (106) placed third.

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Knights go 2-1

 

North Andover was a little short-handed Saturday and paid for it, losing to Alvirne after crushing Mascoma and Campbell. Ethan Ford (113) and Joey Valentino (126) were both 3-0 with three pins.

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S[;it for Reggies

 

Greater Lawrence split a quad-meet at Masconomet as Christian Hernandez and Malib Pastranawere both 4-0 on the day and freshman 106-pounder Lisandro Breton was 3-0.

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Whittier impresses

 

Whittier Tech got off to an impressive start to the season by sweeping Hopkinton, Wilmington and North reading/Lynnfield, scoring at least 48 points in every meet. Angel Alicea, Edgar Feliciano and Andrew Buzzell were all a perfect 3-0 on the day.

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Methuen wins crown

 

Methuen showed final-match grit Saturday to pull away and take top honors at the Oliver Ames Tournament.

The Rangers were leading Plymouth South by just two points heading into the finals but then went 5 for 5 in the championship round (including three wins against Plymouth South wrestlers)  to wind up winning by more than 30 points in the 13-team field. And the wins in the finals were convincing.

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Differing champs for Salem

 

SALEM — There was the highly predictable and the totally unexpcted Saturday at the Blue Devil Classic at Salem High School.

Which, really, is the beauty of a season-opening tournament.

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Owls cruise

 

Timberlane swept a quad-meet in rousing fashion, 56-9 over Noble, Maine, 59-12 over Phillips Exeter and 56-18 over Framingham. Dylan Tremblay had three pins in two different weight classes for the Owls and Barrett Kappler looked impressive at 120 with two pins among his three wins. Six different Owls had at least two pins on the day. 

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Nicolosi slays senior

Haverhill wrestling had a great start to the season, sweeping its quad-meet with Arlington, Marlborough and Acton-Boxboro while getting contributions from unlikely places. Jake Nicolosi chief among them. The sophomore 138-pounder went 3-0 on the day, and beat a returning Arlington senior who placed at states last year. Ron Fuller, Devin Smith and Ryan McCartney also went undefeated for the Hillies.

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