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Interscholastic League Championships
Wrestling Tournament & Class A Sectional Semifinals
@ John Marshall High School
Friday, March 28,
(Winners advance to Class A Sectional finals.)
95 – Earl Wadman
(Marshall) p. Lawrence Compson
103 - James Ballavia
(East) def. Gordon Cochrane
(West), referee's decision
112 - Phil Fostano
(East) d. Robert Dean
120 - Tony Rinaldi
(East) d. Robert Lindsay
127 - Ray Roy
(Charlotte) d. Joseph Pizzi
133 - Pat Manioci
(Franklin) d. Gus Sciarabba
138 - Nick Pukish
(Franklin) p. Thomas Nacca
145 - Arnold Halpin
(Charlotte) d. Frank Incordone
154 - Ed White
(Charlotte) d. Fred Schudel
165 - Phil Ferguson
(Charlotte) d. Basil Andreacchi
175 - Alex Macaluso
(Madison) p. Terry Hahn
UNL - Dick Crecco
(Madison) p. David Sharp
Charlotte Matmen Take 4 Crowns, East 3
in Interscholastic Finals
Democrat and Chronicle,
Saturday, March 29, 1952
Full Text: Copyright
1952 Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
Reproduced with the permission of Gannett Company Inc.
off with the biggest share of laurels in the Interscholastic League's
individual wrestling championship last night at John Marshall, taking
East nabbed three
titles, Franklin and Madison snared two apiece, and Marshall one.
In the feature
match Dick Crecco, 245-pound
Madisonite, won a close decision over Dave Sharp
of Marshall in the unlimited class. Crecco gained three points against
winners were Ray Roy, 127;
Arnold Halpin, 145; Ed White,
154, and Phil Ferguson, 165.
East's titlists were Jim Bellavia,
103; Tony Rinaldi, 120, and
Phil Fostano, 112. Crecco and Alex
Macaluso, 175, gained honors for Madison,
and Nick Pukish, 138, and
Pat Manicci, 133, won for Franklin.
Earl Wadman, 95, made the grade
qualified for Section 5 competition today in the Winter Sports Carnival
at John Marshall High School.