Category: Wrestling

Governor Phil Murphy Bans Indoor Youth And Adult Sports Until January 2, 2021

Exceptions: Collegiate level and professional teams.

November 30, 2020

TRENTON-ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)–Governor Phil Murphy announced in the COVID-19 Press Confrence and via Facebook that youth and adult sports are being place on full pause from December 5th to January 2, 2021. See below as we wait for further direction and a release from the Governor’s Office with an Executive Order that should be available later today. Those items will be added to this story when available. Also the NJSIAA headquartered in Robbinsville has released a statement via social media.

Governor Phil Murphy: “All indoor youth and adult sports are being placed on a full pause – effective 6:00 AM on December 5th through January 2nd, 2021.We’re seeing outbreaks related to indoor sports, and this will help slow the spread. Only exceptions: collegiate-level and professional teams.”

Governor Murphy Signs Executive Order Allowing the Resumption of Contact Practices and Competitions for Certain Organized Sports in Indoor Settings

Medium and High Risk Sports Can Resume Under 25% Capacity Limit

October 12, 2020

TRENTON, NJ (MERCER)–Governor Phil Murphy today signed Executive Order No. 187, allowing the resumption of contact practices and competitions in indoor settings for organized sports defined as “medium risk” and “high risk” by the New Jersey Department of Health’s “Guidance for Sports Activities.”   The order encompasses sports including hockey, basketball, cheerleading, group dance, rugby, boxing, judo, karate, taekwondo, and wrestling.  Governor Murphy previously signed Executive Orders No. 149 and 168, which permitted the resumption of outdoor sports activities, “low risk” practices and competitions in indoor settings, and non-contact indoor practices for “medium risk” and “high risk” sports.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging for our student-athletes, support staff, and school communities,” said Governor Murphy. “After consulting stakeholders and medical experts, we have concluded that, with proper public health and safety protocols in place, indoor sports may now resume in a way that protects players, coaches, and staff.”   

All indoor practices and competitions are limited to 25% of the capacity of the room, but not more than 25 or less than 10 persons.  However, if the number of individuals who are necessary for practice or competition, such as players, coaches, and referees, exceeds 25, the practice or competition may proceed if no unnecessary individuals such as spectators are present.  Even if this exception applies, the number of individuals at the practice or competition cannot exceed 25% of the capacity of the room, and such limit cannot exceed 150 persons.

Facilities and participants must abide by a number of health and safety protocols outlined in the Department of Health’s “Guidance for Sports Activities,” such as screenings for athletes, coaches, and staff; limitations on equipment sharing; and requirements for disinfecting and sanitizing surfaces and equipment.

Additionally, sports under the oversight of either the New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Association or the NCAA must continue to abide by those associations’ rules. All sporting activities must comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and Executive Orders.

The order will take effect immediately.

For a copy of Executive Order No. 187, please click here.

Selected Wrestling Results From NJSIAA Districts

February 22, 2020

Complete details at:  search for NJSIAA Tournament

NJSIAA District 21 held at Wall High School

138 Hamilton North Nottingham David Aboasu with a 5-3 decision over Northern Burlington David Aboasu

152 Hamilton North Nottingham Joachim Larose with a 6-1 decision over Lawrence Sean Mills

160 Hamilton North Nottingham Kwanir Edwards with a 9-5 decision over Northern Burlington Jamie Lovenduski

NJSIAA District 22 held at Middletown North High School

113 Trenton Cory Stallworth 3rd place with a fall over Westampton Ibrahim Kermen at 2:18

120 Allentown Joey Lamparelli 1st place with a 9-3 decision over Middletown North Fred Luchs

145 Allentown’s Matt Paglia 2nd place after a 5-3 decision over CBA Tyler Barrett

160 Allentown’ Nick Golden 1st place after a 3-1 decision over Red Bank Catholic Sabino Portella

170 Trenton Central High School Te’amo Nazario 1st place, Allentown Paskal Miga 2nd place

195 Notre Dame Jaylen Bynes 3rd place with a fall against Trenton Jayson Williams at 1:47

220 Allentown Daniel Schweitzer 3rd with a fall against Willingboro Naeem Walker at 3:01

Allentown’s Matt Paglia with 100 career wins today at Middletown North High School During Districts

NJSIAS District 23 held at Point Pleasant Beach High School

106 Robbinsville Shailen Savur 1st place with 8-1 decision over Pt. Pleasant Boro Lucas Toree

106 Hightstown Robert Fattore 3rd place TF 1.5 5:16 over Steinert-Hamilton East Nicholas Ricigliano

113 Hamilton East Steinert 1st with a 11-3 decision over Long Branch Dylan Kelleher

120 Robbinsville Dylan Cifrodelli 2nd after a 7-3 decision against Point Pleasant Boro James Latendorf 1st

120 Hightstown Joseph Obst 3rd place over Long Branch Ignacio Guzman

126 Robbinsville Drake Torrington 1st in 11-4 decision over Long Branch Joseph Conlon

126 Giovanni Morina 3rd place with a 9-4 decision over Anthony Verdi Hamilton East Steinert

132 Hightstown Kether Thornton 1st place with a 9-2 decision over Point Pleasant Beach Siley Simon

145 Hightstown Elijah Rodriguez 2nd after a decision against Point Pleasant Beach Jesse Bowers

160 Highstown Alex Stavrou 2nd after a 6-5 decision against Point Pleasant Boro Ty Bailey

195 Hightstown Chris Stavrou 2nd against Long Branch Patrick O’Dwyer 1st

195 Hamilton East Steinert 3rd against Point Pleasant Beach George Kaiafas

220 Hightstown Bryan Bonilla 3rd with at 4-0 decision over Point Pleasant Boro Patrick Frawley

285 Hightstown Brenden Hansen 1st over Neptune Isaias Thomas

Congrats to Hightstown Coach Russo who was named the District 23 Coach of the Year

NJSIAA DISTRICT 24 held at Delran High School

170 Hamilton West Ryan Bennett 1st with a 8-7 decision over Ocean Twp. Tah-Jay Phillips

1988-89 AHS Wrestling

February 17, 2020

ALLENTOWN, NJ (MONMOUTH)–Some sports had the weekend off so here is a flash back to December 29, 1988, almost 32 years ago. Allentown HS held what appeared to be at least a dual wrestling meet at home. No IDs on the photos but there were enough negatives from this match to put a gallery together.

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Wrestling: Steinert 45 West Windsor Plainsboro South 19

February 8, 2020

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, NJ (MERCER)–The Steinert wresting team held their Senior Day at a tri meet at home today. During the first meet Steinert won their match against West Windsor Plainsboro South with a team score of 45-19, individual scores below:

132lbs. Steinert: Anthony Verdi (w: Pin 1:00) WWPS: Jason Carrol
138lbs. Steinert: Dan Fernandez WWPS: Paranav Anil (w )
145lbs. Steinert: Josh Muller WWPS: Alex Yu (w )
152lbs. Steinert: Dennis Divilla (w: Pin 1:50) WWPS: Rocco Valentine
160lbs. Steinert: Dante Hawkins (w: Pin 0:24) WWPS: Shyam Kumar
170lbs. Steinert: FFT WWPS: Murali Thirumalai (w )
182lbs. Steinert: Clayton Resch WWPS: Ireayo Kuku (w: Pin 1:42)
195lbs. Steinert: Will Laster (w: Pin 0:59) WWPS: Franco Valentiene
220lbs. Steinert: Yousef Yaakoub WWPS: FFT
285lbs. Steinert: Larry Premah (w ) WWPS: FFT
106lbs. Steinert: Anthony Lapiana WWPS: FFT
113lbs. Steinert: FFT WWPS: FFT
120lbs. Steinert: FFT WWPS: FFT
126lbs. Steinert: Matthew Ancelc WWPS: Mikey Eltvedt

Wrestling: Robbinsville 47, Hamilton West 27

February 7, 2020

By: Dennis Symons, Jr.

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)–The Robbinsville High School wrestling team held their senior night and also defeated Hamilton High West with a team score of 47-27.

Team Score: Robbinsville 47 Hamilton West 27

Individual Scores:

138lbs. Robbinsville: Isaiah Leaderman (w fall 2:22) Hamilton West: Erick Figueroa

145lbs. Robbinsville: Cole Cifrodelli Hamilton West: Andrew Nixon (w)

152lbs. Robbinsville: Jeremy Murray Hamilton West: Matthew Salehi (w: fall 5:18)

160lbs. Robbinsville: RJ Stradling (w: fall 2:23) Hamilton West: Elson Peralta

170lbs. Robbinsville: FFT Hamilton West: Ryan Bennett

182lbs. Robbinsville: Nick Migliaccio (w) Hamilton West: Matt Watson

195lbs. Robbinsville: FFT Hamilton West: Michael Cauthon

220lbs. Robbinsville: Thomas Jennings Hamilton West: Logan Cook (w: fall 3:06)

Heavyweight Robbinsville: Mateo Cruz (w fall 3:36) Hamilton West: Hector Rosa

106lbs. Robbinsville: Shailen Savur (w: fall 0:18) Hamilton West: Cory Johnson

113lbs. Robbinsville: Aiden Weil (w) Hamilton West: Angelo Migliaccio

120lbs. Robbinsville: Michael Manieri (w: fall 4:44) Hamilton West: Ryan Burness

126lbs. Robbinsville: Dylan Difrodelli (w) Hamilton West: Silvio Aparicio

132lbs. Robbinsville: Drake Torrington (w) Hamilton West: Justin Canastuj-Diaz

Joey Lamparelli Of Allentown HS Receives Most Outstanding Wrestler Award And Now Holds CVC’s All-Time Wins Record With 146 Wins And Counting

February 1, 2020

By: Dennis Symons, Jr.

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.

Mercer County Wrestling Tournament

February 2, 2020

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:

106 Pounds

  • 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
106 Pounds

113 Pounds:

  • 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

120 Pounds:

  • 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

126 Pounds:

  • 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
126 Pounds

132 Pounds:

  • 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
132 Pounds

138 Pounds:

  • 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
138 Pounds

145 Pounds:

  • 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
145 Pounds

152 Pounds:

  • 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
152 Pounds

160 Pounds:

  • 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
160 Pounds

170 Pounds:

  • 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
170 Pounds

182 Pounds:

  • 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
182 Pounds

195 Pounds:

  • 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
195 Pounds

220 Pounds:

  • 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
  • 3rd Place – John Snyder of Hopewell Valley
  • 4th Place – Jacob VanDenBogart of Allentown
  • 5th Place – Mateo Cruz of Robbinsville
  • 6th Place – Moaamen Nasr of Lawrence

Wrestling: Allentown Falls To Hightstown 21-52

January 29, 2020

By: Dennis Symons, Jr.

HIGHTSTOWN, NJ (MERCER)–The Allentown Redbird wrestling team fell to the Highstown Rams with a final score of 21-52 tonight.

It was Hightstown’s Senior Night and the Rams locked up the Colonial Division Title at the last home meet of the season. The next match ups for most local teams will be at Robbinsville High School this Saturday for the Mercer County Wrestling Tournament.

Team Score Allentown 21 Hightstown 52

Individual scores:

126lbs.  Allentown Kolin O’grady 3, Hightstown Gio Morina 6 (w )

132lbs.  Allentown Joey Lamparelli (Pin 2:18), Hightstown Anthony Orlando

138lbs.  Allentown Jack McDonough, Hightstown Kether Thornton (Pin 0:37)

145lbs.  Allentown Parker Schloss 6, Hightstown Elijah Rodriguez 17 (w )

152lbs.  Allentown Matt Paglia 6 (w ), Hightstown Alex Stavrov 3

160lbs.  Allentown Doug Fusco 7, Hightstown Robert Doss 14 (w )

170lbs.  Allentown Nick Golden (Pin 0:57), Hightstown Nico Leaver

182lbs.  Allentown Paskal Miga (Pin 4:22), Hightstown Juan Cobos

195lbs.  Allentown Walter Diebel (Pin 4:49), Hightstown Chris Stavrov

220lbs.  Allentown Dan Schweitzer, Hightstown Brenden Hansch (Pin 1:34)

Heavy weight Allentown Jake VanDenBogart (Pin 1:16), Hightstown Bryan Bonilla

106lbs. Allentown FFT, Hightstown Robert Fattore

113lbs.  Allentown Vinny Grassullo, Hightstown Sean Baur (Pin 2:45)

120lbs.  Allentown Vinny Datello, Hightstown Joe Obst (Pin 1:27)

Wrestling: Robbinsville 17 Hopewell 48

January 28, 2020

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)—The Robbinsville High School wrestling team fell to Hopewell Valley tonight 48-17

120 lbs. Robbinsville Michael Maneri, Hopewell Allen Lopez (Pin 2:22)

126 lbs. Robbinsville Bylan Cifordeli, Hopwell Jacob Venezia (w)

132 lbs. Robbinsville Isaiah Leaderman, Hopewell Joey Knozzi (w)

138 lbs. Robbinsville Drake Torrington (w), Hopewell A. Lopez

145 lbs. Robbinsville Cole Cifrodelli(w), Hopewell Larry Kennedy

152 lbs. Robbinsville RJ Stradling, Hopewell Brian Zeglarski (w)

160 lbs. Robbinsville Jeremy Murray, Hopewell Ben Berlin (pin 0:20)

170 lbs. Robbinsville Nicholas Migllardio, Hopewell G. Vasquez (w)

182 lbs.  Robbinsville FFT, Hopewell Josh Beigman

195 lbs.  Robbinsville Thomas Jennings, Hopewell Brian Lacross (pin 2:42)

220 lbs.  Robbinsville FFT, Hopewell Christian Cacciabudo

Heavyweight Robbinsville Mateo Cruz (w), Hopewell John Snyder

106 lbs. Robbinsville Shailen Savur (pin 2:58), Hopewell Kyle Doherty

113 lbs. Robbinsville Aiden Weil, Hopewell Christian Micihes (pin 3:03)

Allentown HS Wrestler Nick Golden Hits 100 Career Win Milestone

January 25, 2020

By: Dennis Symons, Jr.

ALLENTOWN, NJ (MONMOUTH)—Allentown High School wrestler Nick Golden reached his 100th career win milestone on Saturday January 25, 2020 at a quad meet in New Brunswick, NJ. Golden is the 5th Allentown High School wrestler to reach the 100-win milestone. The match was against Jazzarell Bull from New Brunswick with a fall at 1:32 of the first period to get the 100.

Nick, 17 years old is a senior and wrestling in the 170-pound weight class and began wrestling in the 5th grade. Currently Golden is 100-26 with 65 pins and so far this season 23-1 and is looking for a strong finish this season.

When asking Nick how he sees the rest of the season he says he is continuing to do the right thing with proper nutrition, wrestling club and spending time in the weight room. He is looking forward to the upcoming county, districts and regions in preparation for the state tournament in Atlantic City.

Next year Nick will wrestling at The College of New Jersey next year and has signed a commitment. Nick’s major at TCNJ will be math and looking for a career as an actuary working for an insurance company or major corporation in the future.

Wrestling: Allentown 68 Notre Dame 12

January 24, 2020

By: Dennis Symons, Jr.

ALLENTOWN, NJ (MONMOUTH)–The Allentown High School Wrestling Team defeated Notre Dame 68-12 at home tonight.

Individual scores:

JV Match:

Allentown Pin


126lbs. Allentown (w ) Joey Lamparelli ND: FFT

132lbs. Allentown (w 7-2) Kalin O’Grady ND: Nicholas Franzen

138lbs. Allentown (w ) Parker Schlass ND: FFT

145lbs. Allentown (w ) Chris Sheuerman ND: FFT

152lbs. Allentown (w ) Mat Paglia ND: FFT

160lbs. Allentown (w ) Doug Fusco, ND: FFT

170lbs. Allentown (w Pin 1:39) Nick Golden, ND: Evan Fisher

182lbs. Allentown (2 Pin 0:22) Paskal Miga, ND Erich Sands

195lbs. Allentown Walter Diebel, ND: (w Pin 1:35) Jaylen Bynes

220lbs. Allentown Dan Schweitzer (w Pin 0:50) ND: Chris Corban

Heavyweight: Allentown (w Pin 0:36) Jake VanDenBogart, ND Michael McLeod

106lbs. Allentown (w ) Jasmine Aizley, ND: FFT

113lbs. Allentown (w Pin 3:25) Vinny Grassullo, ND Colin Monato

120lbs. Allentown Vinny Datello ND: (w Pin 4:18) Gavin White

Wrestling: Allentown Redbirds 47 Nottingham Northstars 26

January 16, 2020

By: Dennis Symons, Jr.

ALLENTOWN, NJ (MONMOUTH)–The Allentown High School Redbird wrestling team won their match against Nottingham Northstars tonight with a team score of Allentown 47 Nottingham 26. Individual scores are posted below with a W if they won their match and pin time of the winner.

170 lbs. Allentown: Doug Fusco Nottingham Manuel Raman W

182 lbs. Allentown: Paskal Miga W, Nottingham Dorian Henry

195 lbs. Allentown: Walter Diebel Pin 1:07, Nottingham Naeem Rashid

220 lbs. Allentown: Dan Schweitzer Pin 3:32, Nottingham: Jonathan Jupiter

285/Heavy Weight: Allentown: Jake VanDen Bogard Pin 1:02, Nottingham: Jermine Lofland

106 lbs. Allentown: Jasmine Aizley, Nottingham: Stalin Arpi W

113 lbs. Allentown: Vinny Grassvllo W, Nottingham: Curtis Selmon

120 lbs. Allentown: Vin Grassullo, Nottingham: Gurung Sudesh Pin 1:00

126 lbs. Allentown: Joey Lamparelli Pin: 2:32, Nottingham: Melvin Deleon

132 lbs. Allentown: Jack McDonough, Nottingham: David Aboasu Pin 0:24

138 lbs. Allentown: Parker Schloss W, Nottingham: Angel Romero

145 lbs. Allentown: Chris Scheuerman, Nottingham: Anthony Mardoh Pin 2:32

152 lbs. Allentown: Matt Paglia Pin 2:49, Nottingham: Joachim Larose

160 lbs. Allentown: Nick Golden Pin: 0:51, Nottingham: Kwahir Edwards

Team Score: Allentown 47 Nottingham 26

Allentown Over Robbinsville High School Wrestling 37-31

January 15, 2020

By: Dennis Symons, Jr.

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)–The visiting Allentown Redbirds wrestling team won the match at Robbinsville Ravens with a team score of 37-31 tonight. Individual scores are listed below:

138 lbs. Allentown: Parker Schloss 9, Robbinsville: Isaiah Lederman 17

145 lbs. Allentown: Chris Scheuerman, Robbinsville: Cole Cifrodellii Pin 1:40

152 lbs. Allentown: Matt Paglia Pin 1:32, Robbinsville: Jeremy Murray

160 lbs. Allentown: Doug Fusco, Robbinsville: RJ Stradling Pin 2:24

170 lbs. Allentown: Nick Golden, Robbinsville: FFT

182 lbs. Allentown: Paskal Miga, FFT

195 lbs. Allentown: Walter Diebel, Robbinsville: FFT

Heavyweight: Allentown: Jake VanDen Bogard 4, Robbinsville: Mateo Cruz 3

106 lbs. Allentown: Jasmine Aizley, Robbinsville: Shailen Sovor Pin 4:37

113 lbs. Allentown: Vinny Grassvllo, Robbinsville: Michael Manieri Pin 2:41

120 lbs. Allentown: Vinny Datello 2, Robbinsville: Aiden Weil 7

126 lbs. Allentown: Joey Lamparelli 17, Robbinsville: Dylan Cifrodelli 1

132 lbs. Allentown: FFT, Robbinsville: Drake Torrington

Team Score: Allentown 37, Robbinsville 31

Photo gallery: