Results from Monday's Shore Conference wrestling action.

 

 

CLASS A NORTH

No. 10 Middletown North 61, Marlboro 9

The Lions (6-2, 2-0) won 12 bouts, including the first six, and overwhelmed the Mustangs (0-6, 0-3) for their second division victory.

Sophomore Stanley Wodjylak improved to 13-2 with a 4-0 decision over Michael Doukas (9-4) in a standout bout at 138 pounds. Seniors Anthony Vetrano and Chad Freshnock each moved closer to 100 career wins. Vetrano (12-2) pinned Brian Fardman in 41 seconds at 182 pounds for his 96th career win and Freshnock (6-0) won by forfeit at 220 pounds for his 99th career victory.

Marlboro junior Mike DeFaria improved to 6-0 with a 3-1 decision over Nicko Cofone at 152 pounds.

 

CLASS A CENTRAL

No. 8 Raritan 61, Holmdel 16

The Rockets (9-1, 3-0) won the final 10 bouts and 11 bouts overall to take down the Hornets and remain on track to claim another division title.

Raritan won both marquee matchups with A.J. Erven (12-4) pinning Dean Gallo (10-2) at 120 pounds and Russell Benson (14-1) handing Troy Gallo (11-1) his first loss with a 5-1 decision at 126 pounds. Nick Bohal, Joe Stabile, Ethan Wolf, Charles Barrale, James Wilder and Anthony Aquilano each won by fall for the Rockets. Scott Dupont and Chris Ammirati recorded pins for the Hornets.

 

CLASS A SOUTH

Toms River North 35, Toms River East 24

The Mariners (5-6,1-2) won eight bouts and used pins by Mike DeGennaro (170), Nick Reilly (113) and Jame Cauldwell (152) to upend the Raiders (0-7, 0-4). Reilly improved to 14-3.

Toms River East junior A.J. Meyers upped his record to 12-1.

 

NONCONFERENCE

Shore 37, Carteret 36

Freshman Matt Klemser (10-3) won by fall in the last bout to give the Blue Devils (6-2) a thrilling come-from-behind victory over the Ramblers .

Carteret (5-2) won five of six bouts from 160 through heavyweight to take an 11-point lead, but sophomore Brad Smuro won by fall at 106 pounds to set up Kelmser for the walk-off pin. Justin Valerio and John Biagi also won by fall at 138 and 152 pounds, respectively, and senior Alex Johnson won by major decision at 145 pounds for his 97th career victory.