, Newburyport, MA


December 10, 2012

Georgetown wrestling team picks up win


Georgetown/Ipswich 52,

Josiah Quincy Upper School 34

Winners for the Royals (1-0) were Constantine Galanis (113 lbs; pin), Mike Mahar (120 lbs; 14-2 decision), Mike Gallanar (126 lbs; pin), Dave Ingraham (132 lbs; pin), Henry Gorrell (138 lbs; pin), Chris Paquette (152 lbs; pin), Will Soucey (160 lbs; pin), Matt Carey (182 lbs; pin), and Jared Conway (195 lbs; 8-7 decision).

Reading 52, Pentucket 15

Lawrence 45, Pentucket 15

Whittier 54, Pentucket 27

Pentucket competed in their first quad meet of the year over the weekend and, according to coach Dennis Puleo, were stymied by their lack of experience and depth. Tom Funk (120 lbs) and Josh Wesolowski (132 lbs) both went 3-0 on the day. Also wrestling well were Kevin Clark (138 lbs; 2-1), Jeff Funk (145 lbs; 2-1), and Sean Clohisy (195 lbs; 2-1).

Triton 45, Dean Tech 30

Victor Ramirez (120 lbs; 13-7 decision), Cody Nixon (132 lbs; fall at 1:57), Luke Boyle (138 lbs; fall at 5:19), Jared Stanley (145 lbs; fall at 4:51), Jesse Caldwell (152 lbs; fall at 2:50), Mark Boyle (160 lbs; fall at 3:11), Clay Bruneau (195 lbs; fall at :17), and Dave Manning (220 lbs; fall at :53) were all victorious for the Vikings.

Triton 42, Quincy 18

Victor Ramirez (120 lbs; fall at 1:33), Cody Nixon (132 lbs; fall at 5:13), Luke Boyle (138 lbs; fall at :21), Jared Stanley (145 lbs; forfeit), Mark Boyle (160 lbs; fall at :28), Clay Bruneau (182 lbs; fall at 1:08), and Brody Johnson (106 lbs; fall at 1:54; first varsity win) won for the Vikings.

Wellesley 35, Triton 30

Victor Ramirez (120 lbs; forfeit), Cody Nixon (132 lbs; 4-3 decision), Luke Boyle (138 lbs; fall at 1:45), Mark Boyle (160 lbs; fall at 2:39), Clay Bruneau (182 lbs; 4-2 decision), and Brody Johnson (106 lbs; forfeit) were winners for Triton.

“It was a very good start of the season,” said Triton coach Shawn McElligott. “The kids have gone through some adversity the past few weeks, but they really pulled it together today and wrestled well.

“I’m very proud of their effort, especially with the win over Dean Tech; one of the better Divison III schools from out West. I was also very pleased with Clay Bruneau today. Today was the best I have seen him wrestle, especially with his 4-2 win over Will Dario of Wellesley, an athlete who wrestled in the States last year.”

Governor’s Academy 48, Hyde 30

Roxbury Latin 53, Governor’s Academy 18

Ben Azarovitz, Michael Dik, Ryan Leary, Andrew Werchniak and Eli Morrissey recorded pins for the Govs against Hyde. In the match against Roxbury Latin, Dik, Leary, Dan Choi and Mike Gallagher recorded wins.

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