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Section 5 Class AA Championships
Varsity Wrestling Tournament
Finger Lakes Community College
Saturday, February 25, 1978
Canandaigua 186 points
2. Churchville-Chili 176.5
3. Webster Schroeder 102
4. Brockport 102
5. Geneva 69
6. Greece Athena 69
7. Newark 67.5
8. Madison 58
9. Batavia 46.5
10. Attica 41.5
11. Corning East 38
12. Greece Olympia 38
13. Wayne 37.5
14. Hornell 27
15. Waterloo 26.5
16. Pittsford Mendon 17
17. Rush-Henrietta Roth 16
18. Penn Yan 9.5
19. Pittsford Sutherland 3
- Howard Luce (Attica) d. Doug Court (C-C), 10-6
98 - Jeff Bumbarger (C-C) d. Robert Egan (Brockport), 5-4
105 - Tim Archer (C-C) d. John Scalzo (Geneva), 5-3
112 - Matt King (Canandaigua) d. Tom Burney (Batavia), 4-2
119 - Scott Elia (Canandaigua) d. Darrell Leslie (Madison), 7-5
126 - Chris Knopp (Schroeder) d. Neil Thomas (C-C), 10-1 OT
132 - Mark King (Canandaigua) d. Mark Knopp (Schroeder), 10-3
138 - Bill Breon (C-C) d. Dave Lynn (Canandaigua), 6-2
145 - Tony Bruno (Brockport) d. Mark Seeber (Schroeder), 8-0
155 - Steve Denner (C-C) d. Kurt Quinn (Brockport), 12-3
167 - Mike Paternoster (Athena) d. John Bressler (Corning East), score?
177 - Bob Coyne (C-C) d. Karl Housel (Canandaigua), 6-4
215 - Bob Button (Newark) p. Wayne McMillan (Corning East), 2:15
250 - John Allie (Schroeder) p. Joe Mender (Canandaigua), 3:40
Tom Batzold's Column
Democrat and Chronicle,
Monday, February 27, 1978
Full Text: Copyright
1978 Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
Reproduced with the permission of Gannett Company Inc.
Churchville-Chili had more first place finishers (5 to 3) but Canandaigua won
the Class AA tournament Saturday at CCFL. Canandaigua also defeated Churchville
in a dual meet this season.
Freshman Matt King (112), his brother Mark (132) and Scott Elia (119) won
individual titles for the Braves. Elia pulled the shocker of the day by
upsetting No. 1 seed Darrell Leslie of Madison 7-5 in the finals.