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NYSPHSAA Section V Class B Championship
Intercholsatic Wrestling Tournament
@ Haverling High School (Bath, NY)
March 3, 1962
Team Final - NOT REPORTED
95 - Chuck Henry (Wayne) > Terry Habecker (Honeoye Falls) DEC 11-0
103 - Dick Marchionda (Penn Yan) > Jack Gillman (Dansville) DEC 7-0
112 - Tom Weber (Attica) > Ron Weidman (Dansville) DEC
120 - Dom Tantalo (Waterloo) > Lonnie Knowles (Painted Post) DEC 7-5
127 - Gary Eck (Attica) > William Shirley (Haverling) DEC 6-5
133 - Coulson Mucher (Letchworth) > Russ Clark (Dansville) DEC 5-0
138 - Mel Brinson (Penn Yan) >
Larry Porter (Haverling) FALL :43
145 - Nick Barbi (Mynderse) > Peter Abbott (Canisteo) DEC
154 - Rocco Lhauko (Lauko?) (Perry) > Jim Knapp (Canisteo) DEC 7-5
165 - Craig Stone (Arcade) > Dave Hunter (Haverling) DEC 7-4
180 - Bob Buchwald (Mynderse) > Gary Squires (Dansville) FALL
UNL - Joe Uveino (Letchworth) > Don Chalmers (Haverling) DEC 4-2
Penn Yan Matmen Lead Sweep in Section 5 Event
Full Text: Copyright
1962 Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
Reproduced with the permission of Gannett Company Inc.
Special to the Democrat and Chronicle
BATH - Wrestlers from the Finger Lakes-Wyoming section swept all 12 events of
the Section 5 Class B wrestling Championships here last night.
Mel Brinson, 138-pounder from Penn Yan, completed
his four-year scholastic wrestling career with a 43-second pin of Larry
Porter, from Bath's Haverling High School, and an unblemished record.
Brinson has never been beaten.
Dick Marchionda of Penn Yan, like Brinson a
defending Section 5 champ, also finished his scholastic career unbeaten,
winning the 103-pound title for the second straight year. Marchionda
competed for three full seasons.
Not one member of
the Allegany Livingston - Monroe - Genesee Orleans section managed to
come away from the meet with a title, the first time this has occurred
in the history of Section 5 wrestling.