1. Jr. Anthony Cabrera (Liberty) 26-5.
3. Fr. Matt Williams (Pen Argyl) 31-3.
4. Fr. Evan Disora (Easton) 27-6.
5. Fr. Ian Evans (Parkland) 25-12.
Honorable mention: Fr. Darian Cruz (Bethlehem Catholic) 23-3, fr. Anthony Dee (Salisbury) 19-7, soph. DeMarquis Holley (Dieruff) 22-3, fr. Seever Hoyak (ND-GP) 20-11, fr. Bryan Israel (Saucon Valley) 29-8, jr. Nick O'Donnell (Panther Valley) 30-6, fr. Dylan Steffenino (Upper Perk) 26-5.
Noteworthy: Steffenino won the District One Section 2 title from the No. 2 seed. Holley has won his last 5 decisions since a 4-3 loss to Evans. Bilotta-Williams is a good bet for the district 2A final.
1. Sr. Mike Fake (Parkland) 28-6.
2. Soph. Randy Cruz (Bethlehem Catholic) 28-5.
3. Jr. Jamie Welsh (Pen Argyl) 31-6.
4. Soph. Devon Lotito (Liberty) 16-4.
5. Sr. Matt Valentin (Stroudsburg) 24-6.
Honorable mention: Soph. Joe Dalessandro (Pius X) 21-7, soph. Tyler Galasso (Freedom) 17-10, fr. Ty Herzog (Northern Lehigh) 22-7, soph. Ernest Klingel (Pleasant Valley) 25-8, sr. Dylan Long (Northwestern) 22-2, fr. Wolfgang McStravick (Upper Perk) 27-5, sr. Greg Rinker (Northampton) 24-7, fr. Michael Rodgers (Central Catholic) 16-8.
Noteworthy: McStravick, another promising Upper Perk frosh, placed second in Section 2. Fake looks strong, as does Blue Mountain's Corey Keener. Who will challenge Welsh in 2A?
1. Sr. Brandon Davis (Parkland) 32-5.
2. Jr. Franco Ferraina (Nazareth) 23-5.
The Morning Call High School Wrestling Rankings -- February 23, 2010
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