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York's Riley Andrews will be one of several wrestlers vying for LCAA titles Jan. 19 in Warsaw.
LCAA Wrestling Championships start Jan. 19
NUNDA — Three Keshequa wrestlers picked up pins as the Indians defeated visiting Pavilion 42-22 in LCAA D-III action Jan. 3.
At 126 pounds, Keshequa’s Chelsey Gillen pinned Jacob Farraro in 2:47; Austin Prince decked Pavilion’s Miranda Gian in 59 seconds at 145 pounds; and Keshequa’s Ben Nault pinned Shane Vanepps in 1:47 at 152 pounds.
Keshequa also won four matches by forfeit.
Pavilion earned two wins by pin and three by decision.
At 182 pounds, Pavilion’s Dan Majchrzak pinned Keshequa’s Jed Middleton in 2:59 while Josh Weaver pinned Brody Wood in 59 seconds at 285 pounds.
At 132 pounds, Pavilion’s Jake Sepor defeated Connor McEvoy by an 11-3 score while Warren Oderkirk gutted out a 6-1 victory over Braxton Middleton at 138 pounds.
At 160 pounds, Pavilion’s Cody Schrier won a 10-4 decision over Alex Mongillo.
Geneseo placed fifth overall in the 10-team Victor Duals last Saturday.
Four wrestlers went undefeated as Matt Brothers (106); Robert Lukaszonas (120); Connor Ragan (126); and James Lukaszonas (152) all posted 5-0 records for Geneseo, which beat Albion, Wilson and Cal-Mum while losing to Victor and Brighton in the dual meet format tournament.
Robert Lukaszonas improved his record to 28-0 on the season. His 28 wins is currently the most in NYS for his weight class.
Brother James is 27-1 on the season with Matt Brothers sitting at 25-2 and Connor Ragan at 19-4.
East Rochester Duals
York placed eighth out of 10 teams at the East Rochester Duals last Friday and Saturday.
Corey Farrell (126) and Derek Draper (138) each posted 9-0 records for the Golden Knights.
On the season, Farrell is 23-2 while Draper is 22-6.
Attica 47, Keshequa 36
Mason Compton (99) and Jason Ellsworth (106) each recorded first period pins for Attica as they defeated Keshequa in non-league action last Friday.
The Indians had three head-to-head winners as Austin Galton pinned Attica’s Taven Romesser in 2:13 at 113 pounds; Connor McEvoy pinned Damian Marchetti in 5:35 at 132 pounds and Alex Mongillo pinned Kyle Zawadski in 1:42 at 160 pounds.
Le Roy 34, Cal-Mum 21
Visiting Le Roy defeated Cal-Mum in a tight match Jan. 3, where Le Roy took home seven events.
Le Roy was awarded pins in the weight classes of 126 (Thatcher Mowry, 1:49), 152 (Eric Egeling, 0:19), and 160 (Chris Defelice, 1:53). Le Roy also received decisions in 138 (Will Gorton, 5-4) and 182 (Jared Resch, 7-1). Their loan major decision was won by Jonathan Lauricella (106, 13-3).
In the loss, Cal-Mum received two pins from Matthew Condame (132, 3:37) and Ian Millman (145, 1:19). They also got a decision from Nathan Mattice (113, 8-2).
Alexander 58, York 26
Alexander beat host York Jan. 3 while winning four events, including two technical falls. York won in head-to-head play, but the sheer size of Alexander’s team gave them an additional 36 points in forfeits, which resulted in the easy victory.
Getting technical falls for Alexander were Matt Gaiser (10, 16-1) and Hunter Marzolf (152, 15-0). Alex Hadsell (132, 1:46) and Rick Amico (160, 5:22) received wins by pin.
For York, Justin Mignemi (113, 1:15), Derek Draper (138, 2:37) and Brandon Easton (145, 2:31) all won via pin. Corey Farrell (126) received a technical fall win, posting a 16-1 score as teammate Riley Andrews (285), won by decision to a score of 3-1.
Warsaw 60, Geneseo 24
Visiting Warsaw whooped Geneseo Jan. 3, winning nine events to take home the W.
Warsaw won each head-to-head by pin. Winners included: Austin Keough (113, 0:18), Colin Royce (132, 1:22), Josh Griffith (138, 2:21), Ty Flint (145, 1:45), Ryan Coveny (160, 0:36), Aaron Paddock (170, 2:32), Timothy Schaefer (182, 0:14), Dylan Royce (195, 0:56) and Thomas Finch (285, 1:58).
Geneseo won four events in the loss, with two decisions and two pins. Matthew Brothers (106, 1-0) and Robert Lukaszonas (120, 7-0) won by decision, while Connor Ragan (126, 2:35) and James Lukaszonas (152, 4:59) won by pin.