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Monroe County League Championships
@ Webster Schroeder High School
1. Spencerport 235.5 points
2. Brighton 167.5
3. Fairport 125.5
4. Penfield 121.5
5. Hilton 119
6. Brockport 115.5
7. Webster 102.5
8. Greece Athena 97
9. East Rochester 91.5
10. Eastridge 86.5
11. Gates Chili 67.5
12. Pittsford 66.5
13. Irondequoit 65
14. Greece Arcadia 59
15. Greece Olympia 56.5
16. Rush-Henrietta 56.5
17. Churchville Chili 36
18. Batavia 35
91 - Billy Jacotout (Spencerport) p. Kevin Myra (Arcadia), 4:42
98 - Chad Costanza (Athena) d. Chris Kemp (Pittsford), 5-0
105 - Jamie Randisi (Webster) d. Rick Stewart (Batavia), 7-3
112 - Charlie Frisicano (Olympia) d. Jason DeBruin (Spencerport), 1-0
119 - Rodney Frey (ER) d. John Grabowski (Spencerport), 2-1;ot
126 - Arkee Aleen (Irondequoit) d. Mike Marra (Spencerport), 13-1
132 - Mike Murphy (R-H) p. Kenny Lesley (GC), 3:49
138 - S.J. Morgante (Fairport) d. Andy Decker (Spencerport), 2-1
145 - Mark Leach (Brockport) d. Joe Maier (Penfield), 2-1
155 - Mike Pecorella (Arcadia) d. Jason Solarek (Fairport), 4-3
167 - Matt Ricci (ER) d. Rob Taylor (Brock), 9-7
177 - Jmaie Trovato (Eastridge) d. Jason Chiarelli (Spencerport), 5-4
215 - John Agnello (Fairport) d. Wayne Brockman (Eastridge), 9-2
250 - Chris Ornt (Penfield) d Dan Cohen (Brighton), 8-2
finds way to third county title
By Urla Hill, Staff writer
Full Text: Copyright
1994 Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
Reproduced with the permission of Gannett Company Inc.
East Rochester's Rodney Frey walked from the podium with his third Monroe County
League wrestling title last night.
But during his 2-1 overtime victory over Spencerport's Jason Grabowski in the
119-pound finals, Frey spent most of the time out of bounds.
"Both of us played with the going out of bounds," said Frey, whose previous
titles came at 98 and 105 pounds. "Things were really up in the air between me
and him. It was 1-1, and neither one of us could get a takedown."
During their match at Webster Junior High School, Grabowski was penalized for
leaving the circle too often, resulting in a stalling call. He had led 1-0
through two periods.
But in the third period, Grabowski intentionally let Frey up to avoid another
penalty. Frey's escape tied the match with seconds remaining in regulation.
Frey said he was satisfied with the victory, considering he was the second seed
"I never heard of him before but he's a very talented wrestler," he said.
"Spencerport just keeps coming up with all these animals."
Spencerport placed five wrestlers in the finals. Billy Jacoutot pinned Greece
Arcadia's Kevin Myra at 4:42 to take home the Rangers' only championship.
Spencerport (235.5) captured its fifth title in six years under coach Bill
Jacoutot. Brighton finished second (167.5) and Fairport third (125.5).
Others successfully defending their titles included Irondequoit's Arkee Allen at
126 and Greece Athena's Chand Costanza at 98.
Allen decisioned Spencerport's Mike Marra 13-1. Costanza decisioned Pittsford's
Chris Kemp 5-0.
East Rochester captured its second individual title of the evening when Matt
Ricci (167) decisioned No. 1 Rob Taylor of Brockport 9-7.
Ricci was down 4-1 before coming back to make the score 5-4 going into the third
At 5:28 he escaped to tie it.
With seconds remaining h went up 7-5 with a takedown. Taylor scored on a reverse
to take the match into overtime. Ricci scored on a takedown to win the match.
Ricci said although he was down throughout the match he wasn't worried. At
SuperSectionals last year, he trailed 8-1 before rallying to win in the
"I just sucked it up and didn't quit," he said. "To win, I knew I had to keep
going at it."