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They're just the fourth and fifth wrestlers to win three titles in the tournament's nine-year history.
Sophomore Eddie Ventresca repeated as the 113-pound champion, giving the Lions a tournament-best three winners.
The Stevens-bound wrestler has had some battles with the Fernandes brothers, losing three times to Lewis Fernandes (two pins and a major) last season, including the HWS third-place bout and the state tournament wrestlebacks at 195.
"It's nice to get a win over a Fernandes," Gennat mused.
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Mastroeni (17-1), who rode a four-point move in the second period to a 6-5 win over Delaware Valley junior A. De Rosa, made the drop to 126 pay off with school's fourth title and first since Joe Aumann in 2015.
Jones (18-4) is a threat to earn his first state medal later this season as he pinned Sement, who was trying to funk for a takedown and ended up on his back, in . "Jones is wrestling awesome and should place." Meyer lamented not letting it all hang out more in his final with Mc Carthy after the two were at different weights for a dual meet on Dec. "I didn't open up at all in the first and second periods. I was in good position the whole time and I could've racked up some more points." High Point, which didn't have a champion for the third straight year, managed a fourth-place finish despite missing one of its best wrestlers -- junior Devin Flannery, who would have been a solid bet to at least make the semifinals at 120.
This time, I tried to slow the pace, not take shots that weren't there and try to control the match." Gennat was down 5-2 in the second period, fighting off his back at one point."I'm just trying to improve every year," said Carida, who racked up three takedowns against Garcia."Every time I step on the mat, I have the mentality to win that match." Carida (18-1), a Region 3 champion and a gentleman on and off the mat, has faced stiff competition already this season -- with wins over state qualifiers Jeff Johnson of Middlesex and Matt Beyer of Pascack Valley, in addition to a tough 1-0 loss to De Paul's Ricky Cabanillas, a state runner-up last season.Sussex led the way with seven champions as Borgognoni, who earned a 3-0 win over Hunterdon Central senior Kevin Ciresa, became Newton's fourth champion and first since Gus Protogeropoulos (220 in 2014).Warren was next with five, while Hunterdon had two winners for the second time in three years.