Wrestling Hock 5


Wrestling Hock 5

1. Franklin23-0The Panthers showed off their strength as a team by winning the Kelley-Rex division title, the team title at the Hockomock Championships, the Div. 1 state dual meet title, and the Div. 1 Central title this season. In fact, Franklin was so dominant in the D1 Central meet that all of its wrestlers qualified for the state meet the following weekend.
2. North Attleboro21-3The Rocketeers won the Davenport division title and finished second at the Hock Championships before a second place finish in the Div. 2 duals. North saved its best wrestling for the D2 state meet, as the Rocketeers edged out Central Catholic by five points to win the team title with help from 220-pounder Mateusz Kudra, who went on to take third at All-States and reach the semis at the New England meet.
3. Foxboro22-2The Warriors won the state title for D3 Duals and then took second at both D3 South Sectionals and D3 States. Phil Dure and Adam Lanctot were two of the top grapplers in the league while William Ogebebor impressed as well, taking sixth at 220 at the All-State tournament.
4. Mansfield19-6Mansfield won its first ever D1 South Sectional title this year with CJ Glaropoulos, George Glaropoulos, Jayden Curley, and Vinnie Holmes all winning sectional titles. Holmes went on to win a D1 State title and took second at the All-State Tournament at 182.
5. Oliver Ames17-6The Tigers had a great dual meet season, racking up 17 wins and taking second in the D2 South Sectional tournament. Anthony Berksza (145) and Dean Pacini (195) built on strong sophomore seasons to impress during their junior years. Now they are set to come back next year with high expectations for their senior years.

On the edge: Sharon (19-8)

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Last Updated: 03/22/18