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February 25, 2013

Ramirez has Triton's top finish at All-States

Wrestling

All-State Championships

Triton senior Victor Ramirez posted a 3-2 record at the All-State Championships in Wakefield, earning seventh place at 120 pounds. Ramirez will be an alternate at the New England Championships. If he doesn’t wrestle at New Englands, he will graduate with 125 career wins, second in program history, along with two Cape Ann League titles and two Division 3 North championships.

“Victor has been one of the best wrestlers I have ever coached and one of the best in Triton history,” Triton coach Shawn McElligott said. “It’s quite a historic record. You add his individual achievements to the team achievements — two sectional titles and a Division 3 title, he has a lot to be proud of.”

Mark Boyle (160 lbs.) was 2-3 for an eighth-place finish. He finished 47-8 on the season.

Luke Boyle (138 lbs.) was 3-2 to finish the season with a record of 41-9. John Boyle (126 lbs.) was 0-2.

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