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Varsity Wrestling Tournament
@ Bishop Kearney High
February 23, 1964
1. St. Mary's Lancers-VI
...................... 97 points
Bishop Kearney Kings ....................... 87
3. McQuaid Knights ............................ 60
4. Batavia Notre Dame Fighting Irish .......... 30
5. Elmira Notre Dame-IV ....................... 15
6. Bishop Walsh-VI ............................ 10
Eugene Oberst (BK) p. Terry Ewing
(St. Mary's), 1:24
103 - Tom Ciaccio (BK) d.
Joe Cagliano (McQuaid), 6-2
112 - Tony Mangione (BK) d.
Tim Boomer (McQuaid), 2-0
120 - Bill Clark (St. Mary's) d.
Phil Dollard (BK), 6-0
127 - Dan Oberst (BK) p.
Larry Monheim (St. Mary's, 5:32
133 - John Rugani (St. Mary's) d.
John McLaughin (BK), 7-3
138 - Larry Hamilton (Elmira) p.
Lou Schmitt (St. Mary's), 5:57
145 - Tom Bailey (BK) d.
Chris Schmitt (St. Mary's), 7-2
154 - Don Piohl (St. Mary's) s.d.
Mike Quigley (McQuaid), 12-0
165 - Paul rowbridge (St. Mary's)
d. Don Vella (BK), 5-0
180 - Al Kozlowski (St. Mary's) d.
Mark Bobson (McQuaid), 5-0
UNL - Dick O'Connor (BND) p.
Ed Favreau (St. Mary's), 2:48
Outstanding Wrestler Award
- Dan Oberst
Lancaster Captures Catholic Mat Event
Democrat and Chronicle
February 23, 1964
Full Text: Copyright
1964 Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
Reproduced with the permission of Gannett Company Inc.
St. Mary's High
School of Lancaster won the first Catholic Wrestling Tournament at
Bishop Kearney High School last night with 97 points.
The host team was
second with 87 points and McQuaid was third with 60 points. Notre Dame
of Batavia had 30 points, Notre Dame of Elmira, 15 and Bishop Walsh of
tournament's outstanding wrestler was sophomore Dan Oberst
of Bishop Kearney who performed in the 130-pound class.
were registered, officials said, and perhaps the most noteworthy was a
victory by 141-pound Larry Hamilton
of Elmira school who pinned Lou Schmitt
of St. Mary's in 5:57. Schmitt was top-seeded. Dick O'Connor,
Batavia, and Tom Ciaccio, Kearney,
reversed earlier losses this season with their same opponents.