Wrestling

NAC goes 2-0 in first day of Livermore Duals

ELLENBURG —  Host Northern Adirondack opened the first day of action in the Annual Barry Livermore Dual Wrestling Invitational with two victories on Friday.

The Bobcats recorded a 64-19 decision over Franklin Academy and a 57-9 victory over Ogdensburg Free Academy.

Highlights for NAC in its win over Ogdensburg was Austin Trombley’s 4-3 win over Tanner Lapiene at 106 pounds, and Justin Kellett’s 7-1 decision over Andrew Cole at 170. Lapiene recently won his weight class at the Peru Wrestling Classic.

“We’re looking forward to a tough dual with Massena on Saturday,” said NAC coach Jamie Gilmore. “Massena beat Beekmantown in a very exciting match on Friday.”

The Eagles recorded a 69-9 victory over Middlebury, Vt., but dropped a 40-35 setback to Massena, despite winning the final four matches, including three by pin.

In other matches Friday, Franklin Academy recorded a 42-30 victory over Canton-Potsdam, and Ogdensburg Free Academy a 63-18 decision over Canton-Potsdam.

Today’s mat action will begin at 9:30 a.m. and will feature five more rounds.

Livermore Invitational results

NAC 64, Franklin Academy 19

182- Lashway (NAC) won by forfeit.

195- Page (NAC) won by forfeit.

220- FA won by forfeit.

285- Guerin (NAC) won by pin, 4:59.

99- Dominic (NAC) won by forfeit.

106- Trombley (NAC) won by decision, 15-2.

113- Dominy (NAC) won by pin, 4:49.

120- Pombrio (NAC) won by forfeit.

126- Learned (FA) pinned B. LaBombard, 1:16.

132- Lapoint (NAC) pinned Beach, :10.

138- Fountain (FA) dec. King, 5-1.

145- Stapleton (FA) dec. C. LaBombard, 8-0.

152- Carpenter (NAC) won by forfeit.

160- Riley (NAC) won by forfeit.

170- J. Kellett (NAC) pinned Smith, 3:47.

NAC 57, Ogdensburg Free Academy 9

195- Page (NAC) won by forfeit.

220- double forfeit.

285- Sarkin (OFA) pinned Guerin, :21.

99- Sheppard (OFA) dec. Dominic, 16-9.

106- Trombley (NAC) dec. Lapiene, 4-3.

113- Dominy (NAC) won by forfeit.

120- Pombrio (NAC) won by forfeit.

126- B. LaBombard (NAC) dec. Rickett, 14-0.

132- Lapoint (NAC) tech. fall over Wrangle, 15-0.

138- King (NAC) pinned Breen, 1:55.

145- C. LaBombard (NAC) pinned Eaton, 1:24.

152- Carpenter (NAC) dec. Phelps, 4-0.

160- Riley (NAC) dec. David, 8-3.

170- J. Kellett (NAC) dec. An. Cole, 7-1.

182- Lashway (NAC) pinned Al. Cole, 1:24.

Beekmantown 69, Middlebury, Vt. 9

182- Bourdeau (Beek) dec. Trautwein, 7-4.

195- Defayette (Beek) dec. Laberge, 6-2.

220- LaPlante (Midd) pinned Goddeau, 2:59.

285- Watts (Beek) pinned Lussier, :53.

99- T. Cook (Beek) dec. Gebo, 5-2.

106- M. Cartee (Beek) pinned Desabrais, 1:49.

113- A. Cartee (Beek) won by forfeit.

120- Provost (Beek) won by forfeit.

126- Graziane (Beek) pinned Whittey, :45.

132- Bacon (Beek) won by forfeit.

138- Martioski (Beek) won by forfeit.

145- Leclair (Beek) won by forfeit.

152- Z. Myers (Beek) won by forfeit.

160- Peryea (Beek) won by forfeit.

170- Shute (Midd) dec. LaPlante, 7-4.

Massena 40, Beekmantown 35

195- Malcre (Mass) pinned Defayette, 3:36.

220- G. Cook (Beek) dec. Tarbell, 7-5.

285- Terrance (Mass) pinned Watts, :50.

99- T. Cook (Beek) pinned Plourde, 3:53.

106- Brown (Mass) dec. M. Cartee, 8-5.

113- Cameron (Mass) dec. A. Cartee, 2-1.

120- German (Mass) pinned Provost, 4:52.

126- Graziane (Beek) pinned Patraw, :42.

132- Laughlin (Mass) pinned Bacon, 1:05.

138- Perry (Mass) pinned Martioski, 3:56.

145- Elman (Mass) dec. Leclair, 7-2.

152- Z. Myers (Beek) dec. Perrine, 5-1.

160- Peryer (Beek) pinned Stark, :33.

170- LaPlante (Beek) pinned Marcella, 2:31.

182- Bourdeau (Beek) pinned Ferrera, 3:25.

Seymour goes 2-0

LOCH SHELDRAKE — Troy Seymour, wrestling at 170 pounds, went 2-0 Friday to lead Peru’s efforts during the first day of the tough Eastern States Wrestling Classic at Sullivan Community College.

Seymour recorded a pin and then won a major decision to finish the day unbeaten.

The Indians took 10 wrestlers to the event and it takes two losses for a matman to be eliminated.

Still alive for Peru are Brandon Goddeau (1-1) at 99, Nick Forget (2-1) at 126, Jordan Bushey (3-1) at 138, Noah Phillips (3-1) at 145 and Luke McKee (2-1) at 220.

Wrestlers who were eliminated included Ethan Feazelle (0-2) at 106, Kyler Agoney (1-2) at 113, Tanner Phillips (0-2) at 132, and Caleb Feazelle (0-2) at 152.

“We wrestled pretty well,” said Peru co-coach Gary Edwards. “Troy wrestled tough even though he had just the two matches.

“We lost a few close matches that we wish we would have won.”

Eastern States Classic

Peru results

99- Brandon Goddeau (1-1); John Busiello (Eastport) won by tech. fall over Goddeau, 17-2; Goddeau dec. C.J. Archer (Rocky Point), 4-3.

106- Ethan Feazelle (0-2); Santo Curatolo (Tottenville) pinned Feazelle, :52; Kevin Dunshee (Sherburne-Earlville) dec. Feazelle, 7-0.

113- Kyler Agoney (1-2); Agoney pinned Matt Greenlaw (Warwick), 3:15; Dillon Stowell (Gouverneur) pinned Agoney, :59; Brody Christian (Chaminade) dec. Agoney, 3-2.

126- Nick Forget (2-1); Forget dec. Antonio Deluco (Rome), 6-2; Mark West (Hauppauge) dec. Forget, 3-0; Forget dec. Steve Giampapa (Burlington, Ma.), 10-0.

132- Tanner Phillips (0-2); Liam Ericson (Brewster) dec. Phillips, 14-1; Anthony Boccasini (MacArthur) dec. Phillips, 5-3, overtime.

138- Jordan Bushey (3-1); Skyler Kropman (Penfield) dec. Bushey, 4-1; Bushey dec. Francisco Bisono (Hauppauge), 7-1; Bushey pinned Brian Stevens (Queensbury), 1:53; Bushey dec. Matt Dillion (Nanuet), 1-0.

145- Noah Phillips (3-1); Phillips pinned Evan Psathas (Monroe-Woodbury), 1:59; Phillips dec. Sal Randazzo (MacArthur), 4-3; Frank Garcia (Norwich) dec. Phillips, 4-0; Phillips dec. Cain Hopkins (Edgemont), 7-6.

152- Caleb Feazelle (0-2); Tyler Blasko (Wallkill) pinned Feazelle, 3:11; Isajah Cooks (Colonie) dec. Feazelle, 6-3.

170- Troy Seymour (2-0); Seymour pinned Rob Santiago (Amsterdam), 2:23; Seymour dec. Tanner Sexton (Port Jervis), 15-0.

220- Luke McKee (2-1); Frandon Mascaro (Wallkill) dec. McKee, 6-5; McKee pinned Storti (Susquehanna Valley), 1:23; McKee dec. Lucas Depofi (Union-Endicott), 5-1.

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