1. Jr. Anthony Cabrera (Liberty) 30-5.
2. Jr. Anthony Bilotta (Pius X) 31-5.
3. Fr. Dylan Steffenino (Upper Perk) 29-5.
4. Fr. Evan Disora ( Easton) 30-7.
5. Soph. DeMarquis Holley (Dieruff) 25-4.
Honorable mention: Fr. Sean Bianco ( Pleasant Valley) 19-11, fr. Ian Evans (Parkland) 29-14, fr. Paul Hetrick (Northampton) 19-16; soph. Jacob Hoats (Lehighton) 20-16, fr. Bryan Israel (Saucon Valley) 31-11, Jr. Nicholas O'Donnell (Panther Valley) 33-7, fr. Matt Williams ( Pen Argyl) 35-4.
Noteworthy: Cabrera, Bilotta and Steffenino all won their respective titles. Cabrera did so despite a lingering shoulder injury. Holley edged Hetrick, who had a nice tournament, in OT for third place in 3A. Steffenino has won 18 straight, claiming Section 2 and District One North gold medals.
1. Soph. Randy Cruz (Bethlehem Catholic) 32-5.
2. Sr. Mike Fake (Parkland) 31-7.
3. Jr. Jamie Welsh (Pen Argyl) 34-7.
4. Soph. Devon Lotito (Liberty) 21-5.
5. Sr. Dylan Long (Northwestern) 26-3.
Honorable mention: Fr. Ty Herzog (Northern Lehigh) 25-9, soph. Ernest Klingel (Pleasant Valley) 28-11, fr. Wolfgang McStravick (Upper Perk) 30-7, sr. Greg Rinker (Northampton) 27-9, fr. Michael Rodgers (Central Catholic) 23-10, sr. Matt Valentin (Stroudsburg) 27-10.
Noteworthy: Cruz was sharp in winning the 2A title, edging Welsh 3-0 in the final. Fake ran into Blue Mountain's Corey Keener, the state's No. 2 112-pounder who won the 3A final 5-1. Lotito decisioned Rinker for third in 3A.
1. Sr. Anthony Marino (Liberty) 26-7.
2. Jr. Franco Ferraina ( Nazareth) 26-6.
The Morning Call High School Wrestling Rankings -- March 2, 2010
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