ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)—Back in December Joey Lamparelli broke the Allentown High School record for most wrestling wins with 118 wins. Today at the Mercer County Wrestling Tournament Lamparelli broke the CVC-Colonial Valley Conference, Mercer County all-time wins record with 146 wins so far in his career. In the past four years of high school wrestling Joey has only had ten losses in his career, currently sitting at 146-10. Joey is 30-0 for this season and is a four-time champ of the Mercer County Wrestling Tournament. Lamparelli is also a two-time Region Champ and three-time district champion and a three-time Atlantic City tournament qualifier.
Joey Lamparelli was also given the Mercer County Tournament Association 2020 Most Outstanding Wrestler Award at the end of the tournament.
When asked how it feels to be the most winningest wrestler in the CVC, Joey said, “It feels surreal, all the hard work I’ve put in over the years shows to have paid off and I couldn’t be happier”
Joey stated that he feels good about the rest of the season and feels good about it. “I’ve been close the last two years but I really feel this year is my year to break thorough.” Joey said.
In preparation for the rest of the season Joey stated he will continue to prep for post season by doing the right things and just continuing to perfect his craft.
Joey says his college decision is between the Coast Guard Academy or Muhlenberg College and would continue to wrestle in college. After the season Joey will still be wrestling at clubs and getting ready to wrestle at the next level.
ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)–The Mercer County Wrestling Tournament was held today at Robbinsville High School. Joey Lamparelli (Allentown) received the 2020 Most Outstanding Wrestler award. (more to follow on Joey). Hopewell Valley High School was first place team.
Individual Results 1st through 6th:
1st Place – Shailen Savur of Robbinsville
2nd Place – Robert Fattore of Hightstown
3rd Place – Nicholas Ricigliano of Steinert
4th Place – Chloë Ayres of Princeton
5th Place – Kyle Doherty of Hopewell Valley
6th Place – Johnae Drumright of Trenton Central
1st Place – Sudesh Gurung of Nottingham
2nd Place – Christian Micikas of Hopewell Valley
3rd Place – Cory Stallworth of Trenton Central
4th Place – Martin Brophy of Princeton
5th Place – Aiden Weil of Robbinsville
6th Place – Rommel Mendez of Lawrence
1st Place – Joey Lamparelli of Allentown
2nd Place – Jacob Venezia of Hopewell Valley
3rd Place – Dylan Cifrodelli of Robbinsville
4th Place – Joseph Obst of Hightstown
5th Place – Silvia Aparicio of Hamilton West
6th Place – Gavin White of Notre Dame
1st Place – Drake Torrington of Robbinsville
2nd Place – Allen Lopez of Hopewell Valley
3rd Place – Anthony Verdi of Steinert
4th Place – Giovanni Morina of Hightstown
5th Place – Kolin O`Grady of Allentown
6th Place – Bakhtiyar Bajwa of Lawrence
1st Place – Kether Thornton of Hightstown
2nd Place – chris Sockler of Princeton
3rd Place – Cole Cifrodelli of Robbinsville
4th Place – Joe Vannozzi of Hopewell Valley
5th Place – Alexander Samayoa of Ewing
6th Place – David Aboasu of Nottingham
1st Place – Aaron Munford of Princeton
2nd Place – Alejandro Lopez of Hopewell Valley
3rd Place – Mason Louderback of Notre Dame
4th Place – Isaiah Lederman of Robbinsville
5th Place – Reece Schenck of Lawrence
6th Place – Isaiah Thornton of Hightstown
1st Place – dominic Riendeau-Krause of Princeton
2nd Place – Careem Frost of Lawrence
3rd Place – Elijah Rodriguez of Hightstown
4th Place – Owen Weigle of Ewing
5th Place – Andrew Nixon of Hamilton West
6th Place – Jeremy Murray of Robbinsville
1st Place – james romaine of Princeton
2nd Place – Matt Paglia of Allentown
3rd Place – Sean Mills of Lawrence
4th Place – Brian Zeglarski of Hopewell Valley
5th Place – RJ Stradling of Robbinsville
6th Place – Robert Doss of Hightstown
1st Place – Nicholas Golden of Allentown
2nd Place – Alex Stavrou of Hightstown
3rd Place – Kwanir Edwards of Nottingham
4th Place – Te`amo Nazario of Trenton Central
5th Place – Ben Shevlin of Hopewell Valley
6th Place – matt elsworth of Princeton
1st Place – Ryan Bennett of Hamilton West
2nd Place – Jake Dallarda of Lawrence
3rd Place – Tommy Zovich of West Windsor-Plainsboro North
4th Place – Nicodemus Leaver of Hightstown
5th Place – Gael Vasquez of Hopewell Valley
6th Place – Manuel Roman of Nottingham
1st Place – Josh Beigman of Hopewell Valley
2nd Place – Connor Verga of Lawrence
3rd Place – Paskal Miga of Allentown
4th Place – Dorian Henry of Nottingham
5th Place – Ireayo Kuku of West Windsor-Plainsboro South
6th Place – Clayton Resch of Steinert
1st Place – Chris Stavrou of Hightstown
2nd Place – Brian LaCross of Hopewell Valley
3rd Place – Timothy Glynn of West Windsor-Plainsboro North
4th Place – Jaylen Bynes of Notre Dame
5th Place – Jayson Williams of Trenton Central
6th Place – Ricardo Cruz of Lawrence
1st Place – Bryan Bonilla of Hightstown
2nd Place – Christian Cacciabaudo of Hopewell Valley
3rd Place – Daniel Schweitzer of Allentown
4th Place – Eric Brown of Trenton Central
5th Place – Jonathan Jupiter of Nottingham
6th Place – Mohamed Abdelatty of Lawrence
1st Place – Brenden Hansen of Hightstown
2nd Place – Matthew Moore of West Windsor-Plainsboro North
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HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, NJ (MERCER)–Heavy fog hampered a good visual view of the Mercer Generating Station implosion this morning but the ground shook as far as eight miles away in Allentown, NJ around 8 am
The old coal fired power plant is being demolished to redevelop the area into warehousing. The planned event was kept quiet until yesterday when Hamilton Township Emergency Management released a statement that loud noises may be heard coming from the site due to demolition work.
A small crowd gathered in the area behind the Watson House, The John A. Roebling Memorial Park and Watson Woods to try and get a glimpse of the implosion. Even at 0.56 of a mile the fog was too great to really get a good look at the spectacle.