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Liverpool wrestlers are sectional Class AA champions

first_imgJonah Geller got to the final at 138 pounds, only to take an 11-4 loss to Auburn’s Luca Pirozzolo as J.J. Paulson was second at 132 pounds after taking a loss in the title bout to West Genesee’s Nate Wade. Also close to a title at 126 pounds, Jacob Ianno lost his final 9-5 to J-D/CBA’s Ethan Wells.Hayley Delia’s pin of C-NS’s Kevin Mossow put Delia in third place at 106 pounds. Earning third place at 160 pounds, Jeremy Valerio had to beat Syracuse’s Trey Latham 6-3 in the consolation bracket final as Rocco DeGirimo won third at 113 pounds 6-2 over Auburn’s Christian Hogan.Naz Kelly earned fifth place at 182 pounds when he pinned West Genesee’s Preston Elia in 75 seconds, while at 170 pounds Gianpaul Cooper pinned Syracuse’s Jabari Diggs for fifth place.C-NS did get a victory in a showdown against Liverpool at 145 pounds. Adam Brown had survived a 5-4 semfiinal with the Warriors’ Isaiah Cordova, then turned around and edged Dom Ianno 7-6 as Cordova settled for fourth place.Another title-bout battle went in the Northstars’ favor at 99 pounds courtesy of Anthony Ciciarelli, who would claim a 4-2 battle over Liverpool’ s Lucas Smith with an overtime takedown.Adam Rush made it to the finals at 220 by pinning Liverpool’s Jake Ronan in the waning seconds. While Ronan finished sixth, Rush got pinned in 29 seconds by Auburn’s Keyshin Cooper in the title bout.Dan Sweeney, in order to reach the final at 113, had to beat teammate Harrison Portorsnok 10-1, but Sweeney lost the final to Rome Free Academy’s Ashton Thompson 10-1 as Portorsnok beat B’ville’s Mason Clarke for fifth place.Kamdin Bembry, who lost to Williams-Borges in the semifinals at 195, recovered to pin J-D/CBA’s Tohirjon Usmonov for third place. Dylan Firenze pinned Baldwinsvlle’s Ryan Hemund for third place at 152.Gaetano Julian’s tough 6-5 win over J-D/CBA’s Anyas Goeman left him third at 132.At 285, Brady Ramos pinned teammate Jared Bradish in 2:05 to finish fifth, while Vincent Ciciarelli beat Jamyr Grimes (Auburn) for fifth place at 138. Dom Racht was fifth at 126 and Zach Overton was sixth at 160.Most of these same wrestlers will battle for state championship berths next Saturday as part of the overall sectional Division I (large school) tournament at SRC Arena.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Hamier Williams-Borges won at 195 pounds for Liverpool, capping his tournament run with a pin over J-D/CBA’s Muwayeh El-Hindi in 4:50.Up at 120 pounds, it was Jeremy Ianno emerging victorious, pinning Dylan Pitonza (West Genesee) in 77 seconds in the semifinal before he won 8-5 over Auburn’s Bradley Boyhan in the title bout.J.J. Guindy nearly won at 285 pounds, but dropped a 3-2 title bout to Fayetteville-Manlius’ Liam Malgieri. Chris Ianno was in the finals at 152 and got just as close, losing to J-D/CB’s Shoh Alibekov in an 8-7 thriller. While many different designations could have applied to the Liverpool wrestling team in the 2019-20 season, one moniker – champions – will stay forever.Already the regular-season winners in the Salt City Athletic Conference Metro division, the Warriors added the Section III Class AA championship in an impressive all-around performance Saturday at Auburn High School.Nine different Liverpool wrestlers reached the finals, two of them prevailed, and ultimately the Warriors got 252 points, well clear of second-place Jamesville-DeWitt/CBA (181 points), while Cicero-North Syracuse landed in third place with 171.5 points.center_img Tags: C-NSliverpoolwrestlinglast_img read more

Orange begins home stand, awaits rematch with West Virginia

first_img Comments This Friday, Syracuse will finally get its Mountaineer rain check. When the Orange returns home to kick off a two-week, four-game home stand against West Virginia at 7 p.m., it shouldn’t take long to recall the second-half downpour that washed up its last meeting. The one SU players feel they should have won. ‘From what I remember, last year, I thought they were really overrated,’ sophomore midfielder Rosina Callisto said. ‘We lost to them, 1-0. The weather was terrible. There were huge puddles on the field. But I’m confident we can do well against them this year. Obviously, a team can change in a year, but I think we’ve improved a lot. So even if they have improved, I think we definitely can match up.’ Syracuse (5-6-3) traveled to West Virginia (7-4-1) last Oct. 9, and the Mountaineers notched the only goal of the game on the first shot of the second half by Blake Miller. In the 47 minutes that ensued, the game was delayed because of lightning and heavy rain.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text When the schools finally returned to the field, West Virginia took better advantage of the pitch conditions, outshooting the Orange 18-5 and sending SU home wet and worn.  ‘It was kind of ridiculous,’ junior defender Taylor Chamberlain said. ‘I just remember it started showering and we had to go inside, and when we came back out, they were basically just brushing the field off, trying to push the water from side to side.’ SU will have those memories fresh as it welcomes the Mountaineers to SU Soccer Stadium Friday. And with SU now fighting a three-game losing streak, it would want nothing less than to turn things around against a team it feels it can beat. Especially with last year’s game still in mind. ‘It was a hard-fought game under very difficult circumstances,’ head coach Phil Wheddon said of last year’s game. ‘The rain equalizes a talented team, to some extent. We know they’re a good team. We respect them. But we played very well over the weekend and we’re confident we can come out with a good result.’ Coming into this weekend’s play, West Virginia stands four points ahead of SU at 3-1-1 in conference and riding a four-game unbeaten streak. For a Syracuse team with just six games left on the year, four of which are against schools sitting above it in conference play, it is becoming more and more apparent that this is the time to take control of the season. A season is seldom made or broken in a single game, but an early-October conference matchup against a worthy opponent is certainly a good place to start. ‘As we move into these next four games at home, obviously we want to put a good show on for our fans and the people that come and watch,’ Wheddon said. ‘It’s also a pride thing. Showing up and playing at home is all about pride, and I think that we’re ready to prove what we have against the rest of the Big East.’ At this point, SU needs wins. West Virginia drew ties in its last two meetings at SU Soccer Stadium, in 2005 and 2007. To avoid a similar result Friday night, SU will look to assert itself against a Mountaineers team that notoriously sends a lot of numbers forward — sometimes committing five, six or seven players into the attack. In turn, the Orange will have to win the ball, play it quickly and get it moving. The good news is, for this weekend at least, that probably won’t have to happen on a soggy field. Friday afternoon is scheduled for breezy conditions with a high of about 70 degrees. ‘Hopefully there won’t be any puddles on the field this year,’ Callisto said. ‘The ball will just stop in the middle of the field. You’ve got to kick it a lot harder, and it’s a lot more tiring. So hopefully it’s a nice day, but whatever we have, we’ll have to just deal with.’ [email protected] Published on October 6, 2010 at 12:00 pmcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Shaw wins second consecutive Race of the Falling Leaves

first_imgFor more information on the Blizzard Bike Club or any of its upcoming events, visit the Club’s official website. Both Shaw and Tang crossed the finish line at 1:43:00, with Shaw narrowly earning the first place finish.The race also resulted in a sprint finish for third place, where Nicky Haugan narrowly beat Barb Polehoykie, both finishing with a time of 1:44:53.The event also featured a 30 km distance for racers, where another sprint to the finish line ensued. Heather McCracken held off Tate Haugan at the finish line to earn the top spot, each finishing with a time of 1:06:45. Sam Keats rounded out third place at 1:08:09.- Advertisement -Members of the Blizzard Bike Club were also racing in various events around the province over the weekend. Celeste Pakstas came first in her age class and earned 19 overall in the Olympic Distance Triathlon, raced in Banff. Pakstas finished the race with an impressive time of 2:38:26.Rebecca Stevenson also raced in the Triathlon, finishing 19 in her age class with a time of 3:08:57. That time earned her 62 overall.Blizzard Bike Club members will have a few days to regain their leg strength, before racing again Wednesday, September 12 in a mountain bike race.Advertisementlast_img read more

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