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Wrestling – Five Shore Conference Wrestlers to Represent Team New Jersey at Pinning Down Autism All-Star Duals

Four current Shore Conference high school wrestlers and one eighth grade standout from Ocean County will wrestle for team New Jersey at the Pinning Down Autism All-Star Duals on Saturday at St...

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Howell head coach John Gagliano is presented with the Wilfred E. Cann award as the state Coach of the Year. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
Howell head coach John Gagliano is presented with the Wilfred E. Cann award as the state Coach of the Year. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
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2017 Shore Sports Network Wrestling Coach of the Year: Howell’s John Gagliano

John Gagliano usually deflects any praise directed his way, and that didn't change following the greatest season in the history of Howell's wrestling program...

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2017 Shore Sports Network All-Shore Wrestling Teams

Shore Sports Network is proud to unveil its 2017 All-Shore teams and season-ending award winners featuring the top performers from the 2017 Shore Conference wrestling season...

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Photo by Ray Richardson.
Photo by Ray Richardson.
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2017 Shore Sports Network All-Shore Wrestling Teams – List Form

Here are the Shore Sports Network All-Shore wrestling teams in list form.

FIRST TEAM

106 — Hunter Gutierrez, So., Lacey

113 — Richie Koehler, Jr...

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Ocean's Jake Benner has his hand raised after winning the 138-pound NJSIAA state title. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
Ocean's Jake Benner has his hand raised after winning the 138-pound NJSIAA state title. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
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2017 Shore Sports Network Wrestler of the Year: Ocean’s Jake Benner

During December's Mustang Classic when Jake Benner was mowing through the 138-pound bracket like a buzzsaw, Ocean head coach Cippy Apicelli tried to convey how special of a year this could be for his standout junior...

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Wall's Matt McKenzie is a three-time state medalist and the Crimson Knights' all-time wins leader with a 145-14 career record. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
Wall's Matt McKenzie is a three-time state medalist and the Crimson Knights' all-time wins leader with a 145-14 career record. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
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Wrestling: Matt McKenzie Will Go Down As One of Wall’s All-Time Greats

ATLANTIC CITY — Matt McKenzie's career did not end as he had planned. The top of the medal stand in Boardwalk Hall was his goal, and in the end, it was not to be...

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Wrestling – Coaches All-Division Teams

Here are the 2017 Shore Conference coaches all-division teams as selected by the Jersey Shore Interscholastic Wrestling Association.

 

CLASS A NORTH

Wrestler of the Year: Eric Keosseian, Sr., Ho...

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Brick Memorial's Gianni Ghione placed third in the state at 132 pounds to finish his career as a three-time state medalist. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
Brick Memorial's Gianni Ghione placed third in the state at 132 pounds to finish his career as a three-time state medalist. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
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Brick Memorial’s Gianni Ghione Ends Stellar Career with Third-Place Finish at NJSIAA Tournament

*Photo gallery by Ray Richardson*

ATLANTIC CITY — The disappointment was obvious, and how could it not be? Brick Memorial’s Gianni Ghione was the No...

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Ocean's Jake Benner has his hand raised after winning the 138-pound NJSIAA state title. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
Ocean's Jake Benner has his hand raised after winning the 138-pound NJSIAA state title. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
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Ocean’s Jake Benner Stuns Bergen Catholic’s Gerard Angelo to Win 138-Pound NJ State Title

*Photo gallery by Ray Richardson*

ATLANTIC CITY — Through two periods Jake Benner couldn’t get anything going against Bergen Catholic’s Gerard Angelo in the 138-pound NJSIAA state final on Sunday night...

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Howell senior Eric Keosseian has his hand raised after winning the 2017 NJSIAA 220-pound state championship. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
Howell senior Eric Keosseian has his hand raised after winning the 2017 NJSIAA 220-pound state championship. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
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Howell’s Eric Keosseian Wins By Fall Over Don Bosco Prep’s Peter Acciardi to Win 220-Pound NJ State Title

*Photo gallery by Ray Richardson*

ATLANTIC CITY — Early in Eric Keosseian’s high school career he and the Howell coaching staff formulated a plan to ultimately get him on top of the medal stand in Atlantic City: get to the state tournament as a sophomore, place in the top eight as a junior and win a state championship as a senior...

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Howell's Eric Keosseian takes down South Plainfield's Zach DelVecchio in overtime to reach the 220-pound state final. (Photo by Robert Badders).
Howell's Eric Keosseian takes down South Plainfield's Zach DelVecchio in overtime to reach the 220-pound state final. (Photo by Robert Badders).
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Last-Second Takedown Sends Howell’s Eric Keosseian to 220-Pound State Final

ATLANTIC CITY — With time winding down in double overtime of the NJSIAA 220-pound semifinals and Zack DelVecchio about to have his choice of position in ultimate tiebreaker, Eric Keosseian knew it was now or never...

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Ocean junior Jake Benner is the Spartans' first state finalist since 2008. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
Ocean junior Jake Benner is the Spartans' first state finalist since 2008. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
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Ocean’s Jake Benner Storms His Way Into the 138-Pound State Final

ATLANTIC CITY —  In a sport where the knowledge of tendencies is a closely-guarded secret, knowing what an opponent is trying to do can often be the difference between winning and losing...

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