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1989-90 Letchworth Indians
|Coach: Mr. Wayne Robbins
Livingston County Division II Champions
Division Record: 5 Wins, 0 Losses
Overall Record: 12 Wins, 1 Loss
1989-90 Letchworth Indians Wrestling Team
FOREGROUND: Robby Jines (manager). FRONT ROW: Tim Stoffer, Jeff
Simpson, Mike Uveino, John Forbes, Dan Beaumont, Jeff Hedges, Jeremy
Rowe, Brian Jines, David Machavoe. BACK ROW: Coach Robbins, Ken
Dunning, Brian Maines, Bill Miller, Jeff Szucs, Pat Albro, Andy
Davis, Jason Hedges, Coach Sweet.
Letchworth Central School, 1990. Photo courtesy Letchworth CSD.)
The Indians won the Livingston County Division II championship with a 5-0 record
and 9-1 record in the league overall. Including non-league opponents, the team's
record was 12-1 for 1989-90.
In tournaments, the team finished 3rd at the Genesee Valley in Geneseo, 3rd at
the Newark Invitational, and 2nd at the Counties in Warsaw. Tournament titles
went to Bill Miller (155) in three appearances, to Pat Albro (138) and Mike
Uveino (177) at Counties, and to Dan Beaumont (105) at Newark.
Seniors Pat Albro, Bill Miller, and Mike Uveino achieved undefeated dual meet
seasons (repeating last year's feat), while sophomores Brian Jines and Dan
Beaumont and seniors Andy Davis and Brian Maines lost only once.
In the coming season, besides those seniors already mentioned, the team will
miss senior Jeff Simpson, a strong performer at 167 (9-2, two third-place
finishes and a fourth). Varsity returnees in addition to Beaumont and Jines will
include John Forbes, Jeremy Rowe, Jeff Szucs, Tim Stoffer, and Jeff and Jason
Both teamwise and individually the team can be very proud of its
accomplishments. They were voted Number 6 in the final Democrat and Chronicle
small school poll and they missed an opportunity to go undefeated by a mere two
points. Their hard work and dedication did much to make Letchworth proud of
Yearbook page (PDF)
Letchworth 60, Avon 8
Letchworth 50, Wayland 15
Letchworth 31, Livonia 31
Letchworth 56, Caledonia-Mumford 12
Letchworth 54, Keshequa 10
Letchworth 54, Warsaw 8
Letchworth 39, York 24
Letchworth 53, Geneseo 12
Letchworth 72, Elba/Oakfield-Alabama 0
Letchworth 46, Perry 21
Letchworth 54, Honeoye Falls-Lima 15