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2017 Wrestling All-Scholastics

John Cetrino for The Boston Globe

Pablo Ogata (blue) is Framingham wrestling’s lone representative for All-Scholastics this year.

Globe Staff 

Wrestlers of the Year

Division 1: Jake Ferri, Shawsheen

Ferri took home his second New England championship and second All-State title, going 59-1 this year at 113 pounds, along with winning his third Division 1 North title. The senior finished with a 203-24 career record.

Division 2: Joshua Lee, Burlington

The junior advanced to the New England finals after going 48-4, winning his third Division 2 North and Division 2 state titles, and his first All-State title at 132 pounds. Lee has a 138-20 career record.

Division 3: Ramazan Attasauov, Wayland

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In his first season at Wayland, Attasauov won Division 3 sectional, Division 3 state, and All-State championships at 126 pounds. The junior placed fifth at New Englands, and third at the Lowell Holiday tournament.

All-Scholastics

Hunter Adrian, Melrose, freshman

In his first high school season, Aidrian pulled off a feat few freshmen could. Going 47-5, Aidrian won a Division 3 North title, along with Division 3 state and All-State titles at 106 pounds. He also placed sixth at New Englands.

Josh Bechen, Catholic Memorial, junior

Bechen went 42-3 and won his second All-State title at 170 pounds. A three-time Division 3 Metro champion and two-time Division 3 state champion, Bechen is 147-22 in his career and placed third at Nationals as a sophomore.

Carlos Cabrera, Central Catholic, senior

Before heading off to play NESCAC football at Trinity College, this heavyweight from Methuen pinned down a 49-2 record, racking up Division 2 state and All-State titles. He was 117-24 in three varsity seasons.

Christopher DeRosa, Billerica, senior

A four-time Division 1 North champion at 120 pounds, DeRosa owns a 192-13 career mark and capped a 46-3 senior season with a runner-up finish at All-States, along with thirds at Division 1 states and New Englands.

Darius Franklin, Methuen, senior

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Franklin capped a stellar 41-1 season at 182 pounds with his first Division 1 state crown, his second sectional and All-State titles, and a sixth-place finish at the New England championship. He was 142-11 in his varsity career.

Ryan Garlitz, St. John’s Prep, sophomore

Compiling a 55-3 record to finish 111-10 for his career, Garlitz won the 113-pound Division 2 state title and was runner-up in the sectional, All-State, and New England finals. He placed fourth in the NHSCA Nationals.

Tyler Glynn, Central Catholic, sophomore

Glynn compiled a 49-4 record this season, winning a Division 2 state championship at 106 pounds and earning second place at All-States. Glynn earned his 100th career win this season at New Englands and has a career record of 100-11.

Daniel Greaney, Bedford, senior

Greaney went 38-4 this season, winning his second Division 3 sectional title and his team’s first Division 3 state title at 220 pounds. Greaney was second at the All-State tournament and third at New Englands.

Daniel Haverty, Woburn, senior

Haverty won the Division 3 Metro, Division 3 state, and All-State championships at 145 pounds. Haverty was named Outstanding Wrestler at the Metro sectionals and went 49-5 in his senior season to finish out his career at 154-50.

Andrew Marshall, Lincoln-Sudbury, junior

After a Division 1 Central title at 195 pounds, the junior took third at both Division 1 states and All-States. Marshall then captured the New England title one week later, moving his career record to 107-19 (56-3 this season).

Pablo Ogata, Framingham, senior

In his senior season, Ogata went 49-6 and finished his career with a record of 101-19. Ogata won an All-State title at 138 pounds for the Flyers and added his second Division 1 Central and Division 1 state championships.

Cole Wyman, Brockton, junior

At 120 pounds, Wyman took home his second Division 1 South, Division 1 state, and All-State championships with a 50-2 record. Wyman finished fourth at the New Englands and has a 147-15 career record.

Coaches of the Year

Division 1: Nick Avery, Lincoln-Sudbury

Avery’s Warriors won the Division 1 Central title and placed second at Division 1 states. The team compiled a 23-4 dual meet record, and was Massachusetts’ highest-placing team at New Englands in seventh place.

Division 2: Bob Anniballi, Natick

Anniballi’s Redhawks went 26-2 and won the Division 2 State Dual Meet Tournament this season. Anniballi moved to 483-53-3 in his 27th season as head coach, and will be inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.

Division 3: James Bleiler, Melrose

In his ninth year with the program, Bleiler led the Red Raiders to a 20-1-1 record and the Middlesex League, Division 3 North sectional, and Division 3 state titles. Bleiler is the Division 3 North and Division 3 Coach of the Year.

All-Stars

Atlantic Coast — Marshfield: Jake Cincotta, Luke Foley, Jacob Garcia, Mike Morrison, Joe Pomella, Tim Pomella, Mike Rodrigues, Neil Ryan. Sandwich: Paul Cody, Rob Davison, Tanner Davison, Nate Fistori, Cameron Glick. Somerset Berkley: Jake Faria, Jeremiah Nunes.

Bay State — Braintree: Brandon Guen, Anders Klass, Alex Rios. Dedham: Jonathan Cleveland, OJ Pekacar, Brandon Reyes. Framingham: Ikaro Monteiro, Dylan O’Brien, Pablo Ogata (MVP). Natick: Josh Atwood, Joe Castellino, Matthew Gastaldo, Tim Ramstrom, Alan Smith, Ben Steenkamp, Jeremy Su (MVP). Needham: Daniel Aksman, David Kurker, Brady Liss. Newton North: Kyle Randall. Walpole: Mike Shea, Tyler Splaine. Wellesley: Josh Cohen. Weymouth: Cam Sullivan.

Big Three — Brockton: Connor Gagne, Marvin Lafontant, Caleb Lamarre, Dalton Roderick, Devin Winn, Cole Wyman. Durfee: Mitch Raposo, Ben Rapoza. New Bedford: Alex Andrade, J.J. Carion, David Crespo, Wilson Gomes, Mark Hawkins, AJ King, Exiel Velez.

Boston City — Quincy Upper: Jordan Correira, Dahir Hersi, Jahi James.

Cape Ann — Lynnfield: Joe Reardon, Adam Rossetti. Masconomet: David Bennett, Jack Darling, Liam McAveney, Trevor Nugent, Billy Stevens. Pentucket: Kalon Boston, Jacob Wengler, Devin Young. Triton: Bruss Esteban, John Falasca, Lewis L’Heureux, Anthony Ostrander.

Catholic Conference — Catholic Memorial: Josh Bechen, Ryan Brown, James Schneider, Jack Scialoia. St. John’s Prep: Zach Alexander, Hunter Brown, Ryan Garlitz, Ben Klein, Malcolm Mitchell.

Commonwealth — Essex Tech: Jackson Leete, Nicholas Walker. Greater Lawrence: Tyler MacDonald, Malib Pastrana. Greater Lowell: Anthony Blatus, Zack Hamilton, David McKay, Ron Rossetti, Brett Weissbach, Don Wilson. Shawsheen: Brian Caldwell, Bryan Domek, Omar Eldaly, Jake Ferri (MVP), Vincent Foti, Chance Harper, Tom Strow, Cody Sughrue. Whittier: Andrew Buzzell, Sal Fonzo, Shaun Mears.

Dual County — Acton-Boxboro: Jack Amaral, Chase Anestis, Anthony Pittorino. Boston Latin: Olamide Adeyeri. Cambridge: Alex Flamm, Toru Goto. Concord-Carlisle: Casey Belden, Joe Conroy, James Dalton, Alex Raddassi, Sam Randle. Lincoln-Sudbury: Billy Dunn, Andrew Marshall, Andy Richard, Mason Ward. Waltham: Liam MacNeil, Michael Scafidi. Wayland: Cameron Anzivino, Ramazan Attasauov, Brooks Jones, Brendan Kiernan, Jakob Warner. Westford: Mike Attardo, Max Chernukas, Luke Donovan, Cam Eldridge.

Greater Boston — Everett: Duane Bennett Binns, Jack Calascibetta, Danny Chambers, Tim Galcik, Jahiem Patterson, Delrique Richardson, Bryan Velez. Malden: Parada Araujo Carlos, Moughal Hasnat, Pericles Wisley Jr..

Hockomock — Canton: Eddie Marinilli. Foxborough: Brian Kelley, Matt Kelley, Matt Mullally. Franklin: Ian Bakalars, Dylan Maclean, Mike Racca. King Philip: Nick DeGloria, Bradley Oliverio. Mansfield: Vinnie Holmes, Antonios Sevastos. Milford: Ryan Gray. North Attleborough: Nick Gould. Stoughton: Lino Azul.

Mayflower — Bristol-Plymouth: Jacob Caron, Justin Kelleher, Tom Kelleher, David Power, Nick Power, Jake Stephenson. Southeastern: Eric Sokolowski. Tri-County: Harley Blanchette, Kevin Carlucci, Thomas Carlucci, Bobby Fryar, Cole Guertin, Phil Hulbig, Ian McSweeney, Joesph Townsend.

Merrimack Valley — Billerica: Henri Bahaeghel (MVP), James Best, Christopher DeRosa (MVP), Ryan Higgins. Central Catholic: Carlos Cabrera (MVP), Tyler Glynn, Joe Sanchez. Chelmsford: Evan Goodall, Mike Kilmartin, Joe Vecchione. Dracut: Andrew Desmarias. Lawrence: Stanley Alberto, Michael Hernandez. Lowell: Patrick Hoey, Bobby McCarthy. Methuen: Darius Franklin (MVP), Travis Manick. North Andover: CJ Cincotta, Ethan Ford, Jack Perry. Tewksbury: Blake Hiltz.

Middlesex (Freedom) — Burlington: Josh Becker, Tommy DeRosa, Joshua Lee (MVP). Melrose: Hunter Aidrian, Mike Calvert, Collin Casey, Antonio DiFronzo, Jacob Fortier, Sean Hebert, Stephen MacIntosh, Cam Rosie, Isaac Seide, Pat Whalen. Wakefield: Jack Spicer. Watertown: Nick Stanizzi.

Middlesex (Liberty) — Arlington: Jon Bowen, Mike Doherty, Matt Pickett. Belmont: Bryson Lipson. Lexington: Lucas Aquirre, Jon Stix, Stephen Willis. Reading: Darre Driscoll, Trevor Morton. Winchester: Scott Downs, Shane Gindel, Dion Kourafalos, Michael Quill. Woburn: Daniel Haverty (MVP), John Lafferty, Dan McNeil, Dave McNeil.

Northeastern — Georgetown: Troy Forgitano, Charlie Koshivas, Josiah Krason, Mark Mansfield.

Patriot — Duxbury: Eddie Cawley, Jake Dickinson, Mike Gill, Nathan Ikeda, Carter Lewis (MVP), Aidan Quilty. Hanover: Damien Galotti, Coleman Lambert, Danny Ryan. Hingham: Luke Barnes, Kaya Bogle, Dan Capodilupo, Andrew Eaton, Joe Freda, RJ Harrington, Kyle Lewiecki, Jack McGirr, Rico Sogomonian. Pembroke: Kyle Davy, Ryan Parmenter. Plymouth North: Sean Campbell. Plymouth South: Jeff Coste, Dan Ferguson, Jacob Stasiowski, Mike Sullivan, Mike Whyte (MVP). Quincy: Grant Ward. Scituate: Casey Boynton, Jason Dwight, Mason Theriault. Silver Lake: Grant Laws, Alec Snell, Dan Walsh. Whitman-Hanson: Jake Filicicchia, John Will.

South Shore — Carver: Andrew Bumpus, Brian Daviage, Skyler McSweeney, Ronnie Oliver, Tyrone Santos. Cohasset: Grant Guempel, Michael Nolan, Vladimeri Tserelov, Dan Varney. Norwell: Chris Cuneo, Chris O’Brien. Randolph: Henry Nguyen, Steven Phan, Anthony Truong. Rockland: Will Breadmore, Jim Fitzgerald, Alex Freeman, John Goode.

Tri-Valley — Bellingham: Justin Mantegani. Holliston: Brian Garry, Sam Goldberg, Eli Goldfarb, Rufus Koblenzer. Hopkinton: Charlie Dumais, Hunter Goodrow, Chris Mastroianni, Ryan Mastroianni. Norton: Pat Feeney, Justin Lunn, Arthur O’Neill, Kyle Pereira.

How we picked the team

The All-Scholastic wrestling team was selected by the school sports staff. Selection is limited to MIAA schools that compete in EMass leagues. Text by David Austin Bumpus. Photos by Mark Lorenz.