Dylan Haltli (126) and Isaac Blagogee (145) each won individual titles for Sayreville High School while leading the Bombers to the team championship of the fifth annual Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament at Union City on Saturday.
The Bombers bested the 10-team field, which also included J.F. Kennedy.
Stiven Skenderi (138) won an individual title for the Mustangs, while teammate Aaron Coleman (106) placed second.
Sayreville, which competed without a 195-pounder, had 11 wrestlers place Top 4, six of whom advanced to the finals.
The Bombers (6-0) have key Greater Middlesex Conference White Division battles with Bishop Ahr (Wednesday) and J.F. Kennedy (Friday) that will likely decide the division championship.
Sayreville and J.F. Kennedy (6-1), which defeated Bishop Ahr 39-24 on Friday night, are both undefeated in the division with 2-0 records.
Sayreville heavyweight Anthony Porcaro lost in Saturday’s tournament final for the second consecutive year. The title at Union City was the second in a row for Haltli.
Giovanni Magee (145), Sean Aston (160), Carlos Martinez (195) and Cristian Cardosa (285) place third for the Mustangs.