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Genesee-Orleans League Championships


Varsity Wrestling Tournament
@ Oakfield-Alabama Central School
Saturday, March 18, 1950

 

Team Final

1. Oakfield-Alabama 59 points
2. Albion 36
3. Holley 34
4. Medina 18

Championship Final
(Winners advance to Class B Sectionals.)

 95 - John Alcon (Albion) dec. Robert Kibler (Medina)
103 - Robert Bell (Holley) p. Gerald Mooney (O-A) 1:40
112 - Robert Downs (O-A) dec. John Klopp (Albion) by decision
120 - Alfonzo Smith (O-A) p. Roy Watkins (Medina) 2:45
127 - Donald Petote (Holley) dec. Harry Klopp (Albion)
133 - George Forsyth (O-A) p. Richard Collins (Albion) 2:53
138 - Donald Rocco (Holley) dec. Arthur Coville (Albion) by decision
145 - Sandy Corbelli (O-A) p. Donald Ward (Holley) 1:20
154 - Joseph Pilato (Albion) dec. John Downey (Holley) by decision
165 - Roger McGee (O-A) p. Phillip LaMacina (Medina) 5:26
175 - Charles Caton (O-A) dec. Clark Kuhn (Medina)
UNL - Joseph Curtin (Medina) p. Richard Conham (Albion) 2:19

OAKFIELD WRESTLERS CAPTURE G-O TITLE

Coach George Messinger's Squad Gains Six Championships in 12 Classes
PREPARE FOR SECTIONALS
The Daily News, Batavia, NY
Monday, March 20, 1950


Full Text: Copyright 1950 The Daily News.
Reproduced with the permission of The Daily News.


Oakfield Central School's grunt and groaners won the Genesee-Orleans wrestling tournament held at Oakfield gymnasium Saturday, decisively trimming squads from Albion, Holley and Medina.

The Oakfield team notched 59 points while Albion grabbed second place with 36, followed by Holley with 34 and Medina with 18. The winners will receive a trophy while individual winners each get a medal. Winners in each weight class will represent the league in the Section 5 tournament in Rochester March 31 and April 1.

Coach George Messinger's boys were winners in six of the 12 classes while Holley had three champions, Albion had two and Medina one.

Scoring and officiating was handled by Robert Boozier and staff of Brockport State Teachers' College.
 

WRESTLING MATCHES SLATED AT OAKFIELD
The Daily News, Batavia, NY
Friday, March 17, 1950


Full Text: Copyright 1950 The Daily News.
Reproduced with the permission of The Daily News.


High School wrestling, growing in popularity throughout the area, will be featured at the Oakfield Central School Saturday when the O.C.S. grunt and groaners entertain squads from Albion, Medina and Holley. Names will be drawn for the 2:30 p.m. preliminary matches, the finals being staged in the gym at 7:30 p.m. There will be over 20 bouts in the preliminaries with 12 slated for the finals in weight classes, 95 pounds, 103, 112, 120, 127, 133, 138, 145, 154, 165, 175 and unlimited. Winners will go to Rochester to represent the Genesee-Orleans area in the sectional championships on March 31 and April 1.

The Oakfield team is coached by George Messinger while Albion is under the guidance of Mike Spierdowis, Holley, George Sullivan and Medina, Dave Parsons. The officials will be Robert Boozier and staff of Brockport State Teachers' College.