05/12/2021 By RuneLite
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While John Poznanski's wrestling career is far from over, the Colonia High School junior reached another milestone by earning his 100th career victory. Friday, Poznanski (25-1) pinned his South River opponent in 30 seconds to improve to 100-12 in his three seasons. Last weekend, the 182-pounder captured his second-straight Greater Middlesex Conference title and he's also a two-time District 16 champion. Wrestling Full Circle currently ranks him No. 2 in the state in his weight.
COLONIA 42, SOUTH RIVER 32
106: Stephen Baszak (SORI) over Joseph Caroscio (COLO) (Fall 3:56) 113: Dylan Harvatt (COLO) over (SORI) (For.) 120: Richelle Beale-Sharp (COLO) over (SORI) (For.) 126: Double Forfeit 132: Jake Conrad (SORI) over Jibreel Abduelal (COLO) (TF 18-2 0:00) 138: Hunter Guzman (SORI) over Michael Torres (COLO) (Fall 1:24) 145: Tiago Silva (SORI) over Shawn Amer (COLO) (Fall 1:07) 152: Justice Harris (COLO) over Diandre Morris (SORI) (Fall 1:11) 160: Mahmoud Saad (COLO) over Jon-Michael Ohlinger (SORI) (Fall 0:31) 170: Grayson Ciesielski (SORI) over Alec Daniel (COLO) (Fall 3:50) 182: John Poznanski (COLO) over Marcus Granadeiro (SORI) (Fall 0:30) 195: K`Shawn Lee-Clausell (COLO) over (SORI) (For.) 220: Tavian Ramie (COLO) over Matthew Marchesi (SORI) (Fall 0:22) 285: Kentheotio Cross (SORI) over Jermaine Ellis (COLO) (Dec 5-4)
PISCATAWAY 52, LINDEN 21
195: Ibn Hall (LIND) over Carlos Rosario (PISC) (Fall 2:06) 220: Andre Felton (PISC) over Daniel Valente (LIND) (Fall 5:21) 285: Krystian Pasek (LIND) over Abrahim Mohamed (PISC) (Fall 3:54) 106: Desmond Pleasant (PISC) over (LIND) (For.) 113: Deon Pleasant (PISC) over Michael Kalfa (LIND) (Fall 3:14) 120: Kendall Jordan (PISC) over John Ojeda (LIND) (TB-1 5-4) 126: William Irwin (PISC) over (LIND) (For.) 132: Daniel Mikita (PISC) over (LIND) (For.) 138: Jake Sisk (PISC) over (LIND) (For.) 145: Kerlin Jerome (LIND) over Cameron Smith (PISC) (Dec 9-3) 152: Marcus Petite (PISC) over Kenneth Rosenbaum (LIND) (Fall 2:51) 160: Joseph Hatcher (PISC) over Alex Dorce (LIND) (Dec 8-2) 170: Gabriel Rodrigues (PISC) over Aleck Lormilus (LIND) (MD 8-0) 182: Michael Afolabi (LIND) over Connor Hruska (PISC) (Fall 0:32)
VOORHEES 44, MANVILLE 22
195: Charlie Eberle (VGG) over Kyle Budd (MAHS) (Fall 3:26) 220: Sam Huff (VGG) over (MAHS) (For.) 285: Lewis Fernandes (VGG) over (MAHS) (For.) 106: Seven Rich (VGG) over Bryan Rojas (MAHS) (Fall 1:42) 113: Ethan Burlew (MAHS) over Hunter Cryan (VGG) (Dec 1-0) 120: Aidan Taylor (VGG) over Chris Moore (MAHS) (TF 17-0 2:00) 126: Hunter Rinehart (VGG) over Michael Sommers (MAHS) (Fall 1:36) 132: Brandon Flores (MAHS) over Joseph Delusant (VGG) (Fall 5:18) 138: Joe Swiston (VGG) over Alan Rainz (MAHS) (Dec 7-2) 145: Shane Lallkissoon (MAHS) over Mike Mosier (VGG) (Dec 8-4) 152: Jack Lombardino (MAHS) over Jacob Baytoff (VGG) (Dec 2-0) 160: Gavin Potts (MAHS) over Ben Hemberger (VGG) (Dec 5-0) 170: Matt Brandner (VGG) over Richie Sonnenberg (MAHS) (Fall 0:57) 182: Alex Abarca (MAHS) over Austin Newarski (VGG) (MD 9-1)GIRLS BASKETBALL
Wardlaw-Hartridge 22, Woodbridge Academy 21: Kennedy Bugg had 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead Wardlaw-Hartridge, which rallied from a 16-9 deficit at halftime. Nadia Valcourt added two points with five rebounds, seven assists and eight steals and Ariana Di Landro chipped in two points, five rebounds and seven steals. Olivia Levy, Kynise Dixon and Sylvia Xia each grabbed four rebounds. Hena Thakkar scored nine points for Woodbridge Academy (5-13) and Aasiya Khan added eight points.
Mother Seton 31, South Amboy 28: Maertz Isabelle scored nine points and Robyn Martel had seven points to lead Mother Seton (14-3). Nedda Danso added six points in the win. Faith Nemeth put up 11 points and eight rebounds to lead South Amboy (4-15) and Kelly Mihalecko had four points and 10 rebounds. Julie Olivieri added four points, eight rebounds and five blocks, while Alexis Calisti and Renee Piazzolla (six points) each grabbed six boards.
Keansburg 29, Somerset Tech 26: Liliana Gomez scored 12 points for Somerset Tech (3-10) and Kala Wright had eight points and 12 rebounds. Sarah Yagual grabbed nine rebounds and Sonia Purohit had six steals.
New Providence 45, Union 25: Alexa Boyle, Juliana DeGeorge and Lindsay Kinum each scored eight points to lead a balanced effort for New Providence, which led 35-7 at halftime. Amy Maurer, Olivia Faucher (five rebounds, four assists) and Alyssa Nook (four rebounds and three steals) each added five points, while Cassandra Barth grabbed six rebounds.
Carteret 53, Dunellen 37: Arielys Lopez scored 15 points and Taija'Ney McCollum added 11 points to lead Carteret (14-6), which led 32-16 at the intermission. Aamori Patterson added eight points and Amazey Pope-Williams scored seven points, while Jamiyah Alston and Brenda Guzman scored six apiece.
Middlesex 47, Spotswood 29: Sophomore Brianna Montajes had 17 points and 10 rebounds to lead Middlesex (17-1), which led 29-9 at halftime. Madison Robel added eight points and six rebounds and Gianna Canavescio scored seven points. Olivia Robel grabbed eight rebounds in the win. Maddie Hellerich led Spotswood (6-11) with 10 points.
Rutgers Prep 54, Ridge 30: Christina Dalce recorded a double-double for Rutgers Prep (14-4) with 11 points, 11 rebounds, two steals, one assist and one block. Olivia Mullins finished with 16 points, one rebound, one assist and one steal. Kaylie Favours scored 10 points. Isabella Pellecchia tallied eight rebounds, six points, four assists, two steals and one block.
South River 77, South Plainfield 74: Michael DeSantis posted a quadruple-double of 18 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals in South River's win. Jayvon Taylor added 24 points and 10 rebounds for the Rams (13-5), while Zachary Rafano had 16 points and five assists and Derrick Whitaker chipped in 12 points and five rebounds. Joseph Nigro grabbed seven boards. Peter Marotta hit nine 3-pointers and scored 29 points for South Plainfield (4-15) and Moshood Adebule added 13 points. Dondre Tate and Dylan DeLisa each chipped in 10 points.
Dunellen 77, Wardlaw-Hartridge 37: Tyje Kelton had 19 points, 14 rebounds, six assists and three steals for Dunellen. Alex Gibney added 11 as Dunellen jumped to a 21-9 lead after the first quarter. Drew Johnson and Nasir White each added 10 points for the Destroyers (16-3). Alvari Mhya scored 18 to lead Wardlaw-Hartridge (4-13) and Ryan Petela scored 16 points.
East Brunswick Tech 49, Timothy Christian 44: Paadi Amponsah scored 15 points and Jordan Horowitz added 12 points to East Brunswick Tech (6-14). Brandon McCall led Timothy Christian (4-13) with 14 points and Liam Page scored 11 points and Nate Aviles had 10 points.
Perth Amboy Tech 47, Piscataway Tech 32: Felix Romero had 16 points, seven rebounds, five assists and five steals to lead Perth Amboy Tech (13-7), which led 24-16 at halftime. Kelvin Diaz added 13 points, four rebounds and four steals and Yire Belliard had nine points and six boards. Jacob Perry kicked in five points and nine rebounds, while Kelvin Maria had four points, four rebounds, four steals and three assists. Sergio Rodriguez led Piscataway Tech (13-7) with 22 points.
Somerset Tech 50, Keansburg 35: Norbert Malik recorded a double-double for Somerset Tech (7-8) with 21 points, 28 rebounds, five assists, three blocks and one steal. Andy Tombeng finished with nine points and three steals. Aamon Sparrow added nine rebounds, six points, five assists and one steal.
South Hunterdon 62, Keyport 48: Drew Zalescik led South Hunterdon (10-8) with 14 points. Jeffrey Shurts recorded 13 points. Ian Sanders added 11 points and Logan Conner scored 10 points.
St. Joseph 4, South Brunswick 2: St. Joseph got goals from Dean Rocco, Ivan Borisov (assist), Norman Matyi and Daniel Bradshaw in the win. Connor Kaczmarek had two assists for the Falcons (9-7-1) and Ty Carter, Matthew Samarelli and Mark Borek each added an assist. Justin Guelph and Thomas VanPelt scored for South Brunswick (10-3-3), Michael Castiello and Brendan Kane had assists.
Hillsborough 9, Bridgewater-Raritan 3: Jude Kurtas scored five goals with three assists and Jason Wolff had two goals and three assists to lead Hillsborough (16-4-1). Mike LoRicco and Lleyton Soares added goals. Matt Palmer had two assists and Paul Fedora, Brock Forrest, Jason LoRicco and Mike Jandoli each had an assist.
Pingry 9, Rumson-Fair Haven 5: Eric Bush recorded a hat trick and one assist to lead Pingry (15-2-1). James Cummings, Joe Faccone and Ryan Bush each finished with one goal and one assist. Nick Spinelli, Joseph Beatty and Cal McPherson also scored. Peter Korn tallied three assists. Jack Myers, Lachlan Gibson, Jared Kordonsky, Jacob Morin, Kevin Parnham and Jake Scrudato each had one assist. Parnham made 19 saves.
Edison 8, Morris Catholic 8: Jackson Schnarre led Edison (1-11-4) with two goals and one assist. Jakob Cherry scored twice. Christian Osma tallied one goal and three assists. James Tutalo, Jake DeVito and Trevor Damanski also scored. Vincent Ciampi, Pawel Stalenyj and Aurora O'Connor each had one assist. O'Connor and Christian Cortez combined for 13 saves.
Colonia 59, South Plainfield 35
200 Medley Relay: Colonia (Tyler Benson, Sylvia Rozalski, Mikolaj Jucha, Nicole Ben-David) 2:07.00; 200 Free: Katie Ziga (South Plainfield) 2:11.00; 200 IM: Alyzah Ziga (South Plainfield) 2:32.00; 50 Free: Mikolaj Jucha (Colonia) 26.35; 100 Fly: Nicole Ben-David (Colonia) 1:00.00; 100 Free: Mikolaj Jucha (Colonia) 58.73; 500 Free: Nicole Ben-David (Colonia) 5:51; 200 free relay: Colonia (Sylvia Rozalski, Mikolaj Jucha, Nicole Ben-David, Melody Espin) 1:59; 100 Back: Alyzah Ziga (South Plainfield); 100 Breast: Max Strassburger (South Plainfield) 1:18; 400 free relay: Colonia (Megan Anderson, Adrian Hernandez, Tyler Benson, Mikayla Calitis) 4:40. Records: Colonia 5-5, South Plainfield 4-10.