Wrestling roundup

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Monroe 46, Manalapan 20: The Falcons won six straight bouts in the final half of the match, starting with Nicholas Goff’s pin at 285 pounds to go on a 31-0 run after trailing 17-15.

South Plainfield 48, South Brunswick 21: Daniel Hedden (126), Raymond Jazikoff (152), and Jordan Handwerger (160) all recorded pins for South Plainfield.

Point Pleasant Beach 41, Middlesex 22: Kevin Ambicki recorded a pin at 182 pounds for Middlesex.

Middlesex 51, Lacey 27: After dropping the first two bouts, Middlesex won the next nine starting with Brandon Bollin’s pin at 170 pounds.

North Hunterdon 52, Hillsborough 6: Michael Ciavarro (152), Joseph Guzzo (170), Brandon Leonidas (220), Paul Robinson (106), and Matthew Mohan (120) all won their bouts by pin to spark North Hunterdon.

Watchung Hills 63, Franklin 13: Mike Magaldo (138) started the match with a pin as Watchung Hills jumped out to a 30-0 lead in the first five bouts – four pins and a forfeit victory.

Hillsborough 52, Franklin 14: Brian Schemm (285) started a run in which Hillsborough took six of the final seven bouts and closed the match with a 30-3 advantage.

North Hunterdon 43, Watchung Hills 21: Brian Smolinsky (145) started the match with a pin a North Hunterdon took the first five bouts to gain a 24-0 lead.

Watchung Hills 47, Hillsborough 16: Stephen Tyls (152), Ben Gomes (170), and Anthony Carbajal (285) all recorded pins as Watchung Hills took six of the first seven bouts to stake to a 32-3 lead.

Morristown 44, Montgomery 24: Terence Rohmeyer (106) and Kyle Marrapodi (126) each claimed pins as Montgomery led 15-4 after taking three of the first four bouts before falling.

Notre Dame 36, Montgomery 35: Notre Dame scored pins at 220 and 285 pounds, which gave them a 36-29 advantage and clinched the win heading into the final bout at 106.

Voorhees 45, Belvidere 18: Harley Sacks (106), Cody Ihling (120), and Merrit Francis (285) recorded pins for Voorhees.

Voorhees 49, Lenape Valley 16: Four consecutive pins from Harley Sacks (106), Kyle DiNapoli (113), Cody Ihling (120), and Jon Blunk (126) got Voorhees out to a 24-0 lead.

Woodbridge 51, Plainfield 29: Plainfield led 23-0 after four bouts, but starting with Robert Bognar’s pin at 220, Woodbridge took nine of the final 10 bouts, including the last eight.

Plainfield 45, Kinnelon 30: Neo-Joe Lughas’ pin at 152 pounds broke a 30-30 tie for Plainfield while Diego Rivera’s 10-5 decision to follow clinched the win.

A.L. Johnson 30, Plainfield 29: Despite pins from Neo-Joe Lughas (152) and Diego Rivera (160) in the final two bouts for Plainfield, the match was decided after the Cardinals forfeited at 145 pounds.

Delaware Valley 44, West Morris Central 23: Kyle Schlittler’s pin at 160 pounds started a 23-0 run over four bouts for Delaware Valley, including wins by forfeit at 182 and 195 that gave them a 38-12 lead with three bouts remaining.

Delaware Valley 47, Westfield 16: The Terriers jumped out to a 21-3 lead as they took four of the first five bouts.

Montgomery 56, Rutgers Prep 24: The Cougars took seven of the first eight bouts, four of which were by pin.

Kittatinny 35, Delaware Valley 27: Marek Tomanek’s 3-0 decision gave Delaware Valley fighting hope with two bouts remaining, as they trailed 32-21, but lost a decision at 106 pounds.

Somerville 36, Governor Livingston 30: Travis Hartrum’s pin at 182 pounds clinched the win for Somerville with three bouts remaining, of which Governor Livingston took one by pin and two by forfeit.

Pingry 46, Bernards 27: The Big Blue took three bouts by forfeit in the win.

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