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36th Annual

Teike/Bernabi Tournament


Varsity Wrestling Tournament
@ Spencerport

December 27-28, 2001

 

Team Final

 

1. Spencerport Rangers........................ 209 points

2. Johnson City-IV............................ 197.5

3. Lancaster-VI............................... 134

4. Troy LaSalle-II............................ 107.5

5. Athens, PA................................. 99

6. HiltonCadets.............................. 96

7. Fredonia-VI................................ 95.5

8. Rush-HenriettaRoyal Comets................  84.5

9. Jamestown Southwestern-VI..................  81.5

10. Gates ChiliSpartans.......................  68

11. Guilderland-II.............................  55

12. Springville Griffith Institute-VI..........  46.5

13. Medina-VI ..................................  44

14. Niagara-Wheatfield-VI......................  36

15. Lewiston Porter-VI.........................  28.5

16. South SenecaFalcons.......................  21

17. HornellRed Raiders........................ 16.5

 

Championship Final

 

96 Dusty Truver (JS) def. Joe Ranzenbach (Hilt), 2-2 OT criteria

103 Brett Woodward (Spen) dec. Dan Mauro (LaSalle), 11-2

112 Lorne McCallum (Lan) dec. Steve Witorek (JC), 4-1

119 Stephen Sutton (LaSalle) dec. Jeff Teike (Spen), 6-0

125 J.R. Roberts (Med) dec. Jason Chase (R-H), 4-2

130 Andy Tobias (JC) dec. Adam Palermo (Hilt), 11-2

135 Mike Brongo (Spen) dec. Justin Perry (Fred), 6-3

140 Derek Ostrowski (Lan) dec. Nick Hawrylchak (Guild), 5-4

145 Joe Sacco (JC) dec. Chris Teranova (Lan), 9-8

152 Steve Stulpin (Spen) dec. Matt Champion (R-H), 9-4

160 Derrick Morgan (Ath) dec. Don Zimmerman (Spen), 5-3

171 Matt Herrington (LaSalle) pinned Caleb Carnrite (Fred), 0:59

189 Ryan Feltz (SGI) dec. Alex Baxter (Spen), 8-1

215 Cole Merryman (LaSalle) pinned Joe Colgan (JC), 3:13

275 Rick Eicheldinger (Lan) pinned Jason Gee (Ath), 0:57

 

Outstanding Wrestler Award - Matt Herrington (LaSalle)

 

Consolation Final


 96 - Josh Fuller (Spen) pinned Justin Walp (LP), 1:48
103 - Dale Converse (LAN) dec. Frank Pilato (Hilt), 13-3
112 - Greg Morsch (GC) dec. Nate Hartaway (M), 3-1
119 - Adam Lawhead (F) dec. Shane Barrett (JS), 8-1
125 - Vince Henecker (JC) dec. Tim Beers (SS), 7-4
130 - Chuck Zimmerman (Spen) dec. Ed Rosenberger (A), 5-3 OT criteria
135 - Ryan Felton (JC) dec. Korey Larson (NW), 9-3
140 - Josh Glenn (JC) over Phillip Kelley (Ath), fft.
145 - Joe Morabito (Spen) dec. Andy Swain (RH), 8-4
152 - Wil Sidey (F) dec. Kellen Feltz (SGI), 6-2
160 - Ryan Kuzel (JC) dec. Eric Barker (LP), 16-2
171 - Aaron Raupers (Ath) dec. Mike Kumrow (SGI), 4-2
189 - John Hennekey (Hilt) t.f. Nolan Robinson (JC), 4:41
215 - Jim Nelson (JS) dec. Ray Finocchio (GC), 12-4
275 - Brandon Clayton (Spen) dec. Kublai Duhart (R-H), 4-2

 

Spencerport wins third straight Teike-Bernabi
By
Jeff DiVeronica
Democrat and Chronicle
Saturday, December 29, 2001

 

Full Text: Copyright 2001 Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
Reproduced with the permission of Gannett Company Inc.


The theme on this season's Spencerport wrestling poster is "Still on Track," and last night the Rangers showed that even the flu can't derail them.

Despite competing without 125-pound sophomore Mike Terenzi and 130-pound senior Dan France, whose combined record this winter is 22-1, Spencerport captured its third straight championship at the 36th annual Teike-Bernabi Tournament. The host school edged Section IV rival Johnson City 209 points to 197.5 points for its 11th title.

The Rangers had three champions -- sophomore Brett Woodward (103 pounds), who also won last year, and juniors Mike Brongo (135) and Steve Stulpin (152) -- and three other runners-up, including junior Jeff Teike (119), senior Don Zimmerman (160) and sophomore Alex Baxter (189).

"To be honest, I didn't think we'd win. I thought we were in trouble," said Spencerport coach Bill Jacoutot, whose team shares the state's No. 1 ranking with Canandaigua.

Johnson City is third.

Jacoutot can talk faster than snow falling in Buffalo, but the architect of 19 Section V Class A champions was serious. On top of sickness sidelining Terenzi, a Teike-Bernabi runner-up last year, and France, a team captain, he thought the Rangers weren't sharp in a 35-9 win on Dec. 20 over Brockport.

"Our bench decorum and our match preparation was terrible. You have to take everybody seriously," Jacoutot said. "When that's bad you move slow, your decisions aren't good and you look fatigued."

But the Rangers came out ready and their depth showed. Junior Matt Schirmer filled Terenzi's slot and lost twice, but at 140 junior Joe Mauro, wrestling for France, earned four points by winning twice.

"Those were important," Jacoutot said.

So was Stulpin's 9-3 decision over Rush-Henrietta senior Matt Champion. Although Spencerport was leading Johnson City, which had four finalists, JC's Joe Sacco had just won 9-8 in the 145-pound final. Spencerport had wrestlers in the next two matches.

In the final seconds of the second period, Stulpin took Champion down and put him on his back for a 5-2 lead.

"It's funny because I felt lousy after the semifinals," said Stulpin, who took a first and second as Spencerport won its first two tournaments this season at Cicero-North Syracuse (school-record 11 finalists) and Jamestown (tourney-record 319 points).

Stulpin chilled out for a few hours before the finals by grabbing a sandwich and watching a girls volleyball tournament.

Brongo was runner-up in his last two tournaments. "I wasn't taking second again," he said. He wrestled just as determined, winning his final match, 6-3.

"I've been training a lot harder this year," Brongo said. "I'm ready to wrestle anyone."

Seems all the Rangers abide by that motto.