Not really…Forget the dual meet record. When we bring a full line-up, we can compete with anyone. Great wrestling today from our boys. Our “Triple Threat” McGarvey, Kelly, Kurzhals (remember those names for the next few years) came up big for the Pirates, with two pins and a major. The middle weights also came up big with McDonagh winning by major decision, Mullahy with a come from behind fall and Gullo with a “workman like” 7-0 shutout. Mullahy’s pin sealed the deal for the Pirates. The highly anticipated De La Cruz v Muldoon II was “on hold” today, with MSG Varsity coming to film the big anticipated rematch of last years Section finals. De La Cruz has been out with an ankle injury. Muldoon cruised to an impressive 1st period pin.
Pearl River 47, Ossining 33
285 – Alex Dago (O) pin Joe Duffy, 4:31. 99 – Sean McGarvey (PR) pin Clayton Francis, 1:57. 106 – James Kelly (PR) maj. dec. Senai Motley, 12-0. 113 – Jake Kurzhals (PR) pin Austin Berger, 1:16. 120 – Michael Carnivalle (O) pin Brayden Ike, 5:27. 126 – John Muldoon (PR) pin Louis Redondo, 1:15. 132 – Frank Lazo (O) pin Nick Gucciardo, 0:31. 138 – Nick Simeti (PR) by forfeit. 145 – Joe McDonagh (PR) maj. dec. Doug Rothman, 18-10. 152 – Ryan Mullahy (PR) pin Justin Thau, 2:56. 160 – Rob Gullo (PR) dec. Kevin Gamboa, 7-0. 170 – Greg Lamb (O) dec. Shaun Carroll, 7-3. 182 – Leo McArthy (O) pin Chris Flynn, 5:59. 195 – Bryan Kendracki (PR) by forfeit. 220 – Trent Lofaro (O) pin Dave Avery, 1:58.