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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
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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