1. Jr. Anthony Cabrera (Liberty) 26-5.
2. Jr. Anthony Bilotta (Pius X) 26-5.
3. Fr. Evan Disora ( Easton) 23-5.
4. Fr. Ian Evans (Parkland) 24-9.
5. Fr. Matt Williams ( Pen Argyl) 25-3.
Honorable mention: Fr. Darian Cruz (Bethlehem Catholic) 23-3, fr. Anthony Dee (Salisbury) 15-6, soph. DeMarquis Holley (Dieruff) 15-3, fr. Seever Hoyak (Notre Dame-GP) 19-7, fr. Bryan Israel (Saucon Valley) 25-7, jr. Nick O'Donnell (Panther Valley) 2306, fr. Dylan Steffeninno (Upper Perk) 21-5.
Noteworthy: Cabrera edged Disora 1-0, and Disora edged Evans 4-0 in a competitive week. Williams had a fall and a major at district duals and went unbeaten in the Colonial League.
1. Jr. Jamie Welsh (Pen Argyl) 27-4.
2. Soph. Randy Cruz (Bethlehem Catholic) 28-5.
3. Jr. Mike Fake (Parkland) 24-6.
4. Soph. Devon Lotito (Liberty) 16-4.
5. Soph. Ernest Klingel ( Pleasant Valley) 23-7.
Honorable mention: Soph. Joe Dalessandro (Pius X) 21-6, soph. Tyler Galasso (Freedom) 17-10, fr. Ty Herzog (Northern Lehigh) 21-7, sr. Dylan Long (Northwestern) 22-2, fr. Wolfgang McStravick (Upper Perk) 23-4, sr. Greg Rinker (Northampton) 23-7, sr. Matt Valentin (Stroudsburg) 23-8.
Noteworthy: Bookkeeping error last week regarding Fake, who is 12-0 since dropping to 112, with wins over Valentin, Rinker and Easton's Mike Fleck. Welsh has won 19 straight, and Cruz scored a major over Freedom's Galasso. Long ranked fifth in the state in 2A, one spot behind Cruz.
1. Sr. Brandon Davis (Parkland) 28-5.
2. Jr. Franco Ferraina ( Nazareth) 23-5.
3. Soph. Mike Dahlstrom (Pleasant Valley) 21-7.
4. Sr. Adam Phillippi (Saucon Valley) 27-5.
5. Soph. Zane Heller (Northern Lehigh) 23-4.
Honorable mention: Sr. Bryan Brensinger ( Whitehall) 16-9, sr. Lee Coleman ( Bangor) 19-6, soph. James Elphick (Pen Argyl) 12-3, jr. Josh Fritz ( Emmaus) 18-9, soph. Sam Oberlander (Palmerton) 16-7, sr. Sean Phuah (Pocono Mt. West) 20-9, fr. Robbie Rizzolino (Easton) 20-10, fr. Tyler Seislove (Quakertown) 16-8.
Noteworthy: Davis has won 15 straight bouts since an OT loss in the Escape the Rock final. Ferrania and Dahlstrom both fell to Blue Mountain's Brandon Choate, so they remain the same. Phillippi dropped from 125 for the postseason.
1. Jr. Zach Horan (Nazareth) 28-1.
2. Sr. Anthony Marino (Liberty) 23-6.
3. Sr. Justin Mazza (Pius X) 27-2.
4. Jr. Scott Wolfinger (Quakertown) 21-6.
5. Sr. Jordan Glykas (Northampton) 15-9
Honorable mention: Jr. Michael Crawn (Bangor) 16-7, soph. Richie Cruz (Bethlehem Catholic) 19-10, sr. Tyrone Deschler (Saucon Valley) 21-9, jr. Lucas Dise (Northern Lehigh) 17-8, sr. Eddie Faust (Northwestern) 17-9, sr. Constantine Filipos (Central Catholic) 21-4, soph. Vinny Pellechia ( Catasauqua) 21-6, soph. Alex Yanovich (Pleasant Valley) 22-7.
Noteworthy: Horan, Marino and Mazza continue winning and look strong headed into the postseason. Glykas, who recently got his 100th win, moves into the top 5 with Phillippi's drop to 119.
1. Sr. Jordan Toledo (Pleasant Valley) 28-2.
2. Soph. Mitch Minotti (Easton) 26-3.
3. Fr. Mike Racciato (Pen Argyl) 30-2.
4. Jr. Kolby Mashack (Tamaqua) 23-2.
5. Jr. Greg Noll (Nazareth) 22-8.
Honorable mention: Jr. Alex Barday (Pennridge) 16-7, jr. George Bastian (East Stroudsburg South) 23-3, sr. A.J. Chernaskey (Saucon Valley) 27-6, jr. Eric Howey (Stroudsburg) 21-5, sr. Mike Serrano 17-9, fr. Ryan Todora (Bethlehem Catholic) 20-7.
Noteworthy: Toledo has four straight pins, including one over Blue Mountain's Clint Rarick. Noll's terrific, seven-bout winning streak ended against Minotti in the district duals semis.
1. Jr. Joey Rizzolino (Easton) 23-7.
2. Jr. Justin Heller (Parkland) 26-9
3. Jr. John Lynch (Saucon Valley) 25-3.
4. Sr. Mike Pokrinchak (Pleasasnt Valley) 22-6.
5. Jr. Ian Stout (Nazareth) 16-8.
Honorable mention: Jr. Luciano Burriesci (Pen Argyl) 21-10, sr. Matt Klacik (Freedom) 15-10, soph. Victor Embardino (Notre Dame-GP) 19-9, jr. Austin Erney (Emmaus) 19-9, soph. Anthony Farole (Lehighton) 18-11, sr. Nate Snyder (Whitehall) 21-9,
Noteworthy: Rizzolino helped lift Easton to the district duals 3A title with wins over Heller and Stout. Lynch, who dropped a weight class, had a terrific week, going 3-0 at 2A duals and winning the deciding bout in Saucon's state-duals match victory over Muncy.
1. Sr. Mark Hartenstine (Easton) 29-0.
2. Sr. Tyler Torcivia (Nazareth) 25-5.
3. Jr. Rex Lutz (Pen Argyl) 25-6.
4. Sr. Jacob Chamberlain (Pleasant Valley) 23-5.
5. Jr. Nikko Stevens (Northern Lehigh) 22-5.
Honorable mention: Fr Matthew Bonshak (Whitehall) 23-7, jr. Rich Jaasinski (Pennridge) 14-5, sr. Mike Kistler (Parkland) 21-8, sr. Billy Paukovits (Northampton) 14-11.
Noteworthy: Hartenstine remained unbeaten with a 7-2 win over Parkland's Mike Ottinger in the 3A duals final. Lutz went 3-0 in Pen Argyl's 2A title run. Chamberlain has won 12 straight since January loss to Hartenstine. Stevens probably going to 135.
1. Jr. Mike Ottinger (Parkland) 27-5.
2. Jr. Ryan Krecker (Nazareth) 27-3.
4. Sr. Tyler Lauchaire (Stroudsburg) 22-6.
3. Sr. Phil Racciato (Pen Argyl) 27-2.
5. (tie) Soph. Elliot Riddick (Bethlehem Catholic) 23-7 and Jr. Bobby Clymer (Northwestern) 21-4.
Honorable mention: Sr. Dan Costenbader (Palmerton) 19-4, sr. Jacob Giovannini (Pius X) 25-6, soph. Dylan Hofmann (Northern Lehigh) 21-5, jr. Briar Malischewski (Quakertown) 21-9, jr. Donald- Paul Miller (Pocono Mt. East) 23-1, jr. Anthony Minotti (Easton) 19-8, sr. Dillon Smith ( Jim Thorpe) 14-3, sr. Aaron Williams (Whitehall) 21-10.
Noteworthy: Eventful week at this class. Ottinger, who has a 3-1 OT decision over Krecker, holds top spot despite two losses to Hartenstine and Cedar Cliff's Dylan Carmichael. Lauchaire topped formerly unbeaten Miller, and Clymer beat Racciaro, who had pinned him earlier in the year. Racciato rallied back for a win over Northern Lehigh's Craemer Hedash.
1. Sr. Austin Sommer (Northampton) 28-4.
2. Sr. Craemer Hedash (Northern Lehigh) 22-5.
3. Sr. David Lucykanish (Lehighton) 27-4.
4. Jr. Kyle Dehaut (Bethlehem Catholic) 26-6.
5. Sr. Greg Chrin (Notre Dame-Green Pond) 23-5.
Honorable mention: Jr. L.J. Bachert (Emmaus) 10-4, sr. Mike Englert (Palmerton) 20-5, jr. Matt Gotzon (Southern Lehigh) 16-5, sr. Seth Guth (Whitehall) 24-6, sr. Eric Koch (Quakertown) 18-6, sr. Andy Moore (Parkland) 15-12.
Noteworthy: Sommer's the new No. 1, following his 3-0 week. Sommer is No. 2 in the state behind Central Mountain's Dylan Alton. Next three move up one spot, and Chrin takes the fifth slot. Two teams forfeited to Lucykanish at 2A duals.
1. Sr. Wade Rivera (Parkland) 32-2.
2. Sr. Edwin Gonzalez (Quakertown) 18-6.
3. Sr. Mike Brown (Liberty) 21-8.
4. Sr. Josh Rodriguez (Whitehall) 14-3.
5. Jr. Zach Bambary (Easton) 18-10.
Honorable mention: fr. Cody Ambrose (Upper Perk) 22-6, soph. Jon Blank (Notre Dame-Green Pond) 22-5, sr. Dan Comunale (Pius X) 21-9, jr. Luke Gotzon (Southern Lehigh) 15-3, sr. Xavier Isley (Dieruff) 12-6, jr. Chris Yocum (Stroudsburg) 23-5.
Noteworthy: Rivera has 11 first-period pins in his last 15 wins. Bambary enters on the strength of wins over Parkland's Moore and Nazareth's Ben Bradley (at 171). Blank closing in, with three pins since dropping to 160.
1. Sr. Tate Klidonas (Emmaus) 27-3.
2. Jr. Colin Hedash (Northern Lehigh) 25-1.
3. Sr. Luke DeLuise (Pius X) 28-2.
4. Jr. Ed Helm V (Pocono Mt. East) 23-2.
5. Sr. Ben Bradley (Nazareth) 22-6.
Honorable mention: Sr. Nick Edmonson (Saucon Valley) 27-3, soph. Dylan Evans (Pen Argyl) 24-7, soph Luke Garner (Catasauqua) 21-6, sr. Brian McLaughlin (East Stroudsburg South) 21-5, jr. Sidney Outlaw (Souderton) 19-2, sr. Chris Pintado (Liberty) 22-5, sr. Tyler Wolfe (Quakertown) 22-9.
Noteworthy: DeLuise has 8 wins, seven of them by fall, since a loss to Cedar Cliff's Clint Morrison. Hedash was 3-0 last week, and Souderton's Outlaw has 13 pins.
1. Jr. Garth Lakitsky (Tamaqua) 27-1.
2. Jr. Ian Gimbar (Saucon Valley) 28-5.
3. Sr. Matt Transue (Stroudsburg) 23-6.
4. Jr. Tarik Haddad (Parkland) 27-8.
5. Sr. Kevin Rehm (Whitehall) 23-6.
Honorable mention: Sr. Nick Hale (Upper Perk) 22-7, jr. Tyler Horn (Pen Argyl) 21-10, jr. Martin LaLuz ( Bethlehem Catholic) 18-10, sr. Tyler Marx ( Northampton) 14-7, soph. Troy Newhard (Emmaus) 22-6, sr. Robert Smothers (Souderton) 23-3.
Noteworthy: Plenty of movement but no shuffling. Lakitsky sustained his first loss, to Blue Mountain's Brook Gosch at 215. Transue beat Haddad, who beat Rehm. Gimbar, meanwhile, was 4-0 last week.
1. Sr. Taray Carey (Whitehall) 23-0.
2. Jr. Joe Stolfi (Souderton) 24-2.
3. Sr. Francis Roscioli (Wilson) 21-3.
4. Sr. Allen Marvin (Stroudsburg) 23-7.
5. Soph. Nick Sharga (Northampton) 18-7.
Honorable mention: Sr. Robert Basile (Quakertown) 18-7, fr. Aaron Bradley (Nazareth) 20-7, jr. Cory Bruder (Parkland) 17-12, jr. Jalal Paige (Easton) 17-9, sr. John Scheaffer (Panther Valley) 18-7.
Noteworthy: Carey has won his last 6 bouts by fall. Sharga had a good week, getting wins over Aaron Bradley and Parkland's Shaun Heist. Paige coming on late in the season.
1. Sr. D.J. King (Nazareth) 21-6.
2. Sr. Curtis Garner (Catasauqua) 19-1.
3. Sr. Tony Bourizk (Whitehall) 20-3.
4. Sr. Gregg Walker (Quakertown) 21-5.
5. Sr. Josh Gonzalez (Pocono Mt. West) 23-6.
Honorable mention: Jr. Michael Bryan (Pocono Mt. East) 16-4, fr. Shaun Heist (Parkland) 14-11, sr. Tom Lapping (East Stroudsburg South) 16-7, sr. Briar Stern (Lehighton) 19-8, sr. Justin Williams (Liberty) 15-10.
Noteworthy: King ascends despite loss to Blue Mountain's Brook Gosch. Garner is ranked seventh in the state in Class 2A. Bourizk looking to bounce back from duals loss to Parkland's Heist.
The Morning Call wrestling rankings are compiled by Mark Wogenrich. The rankings are based on records obtained from the National Wrestling Coaches Association and National High School Coaches Association Web sites. Honorable-mention wrestlers are listed in alphabetical order. Please send comments, corrections and additions to email@example.com.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun