Varsity has this week off, with the exception of practices.  We'll be heading to Pennsyvlania for Powerade, but that's next Tues/Wed.  Look for a preview of that either late Sunday or Monday!

JV is the only busy level this week, heading to the Brother Rice JV Tournament this Wednesday.  Good luck!


I (Sealy) wasn't at the Bolingbrook dual this past Friday, so it didn't get its own report, as I felt I couldn't write on what I wasn't there to see.  That said, here are the results of that dual.

#5 Lockport Township 45, Bolingbrook 22
195: Isaiah Herrera BOL fall Yousif Salah LTHS, 3:43 / 0-6
220: Demetrius Chrisanto BOL maj. dec. Dan Stojsavljevic LTHS, 9-0 / 0-10
285: Ronald Tucker LTHS fall Ian Bazan BOL, 4:20 / 6-10
106: Matt Ramos LTHS dec. Cezar Lopez BOL, 10-5 / 9-10
113: Dylan Burnowski BOL dec. Anthony Molton LTHS, 7-2 / 9-13
120: Matt Kronsbein LTHS fall Ethan O'Brien BOL, 3:07 / 15-13
126: John O'Brien BOL fall Chris McMurtry LTHS, 0:27 / 15-19
132: Brendan Ramsey LTHS dec. Frank Rodriguez BOL, 10-4 / 18-19
138: Baylor Fernandes LTHS forfeit BOL / 24-19
145: Shayne Oster LTHS forfeit BOL / 30-19
152: George Wolfe LTHS fall Clarence Golden BOL, 4:59 / 36-19
160: Chandler Proszek LTHS dec. Robert Goodwin BOL, 5-1 / 39-19
170: Peyton Fernandes LTHS fall Eric Ramirez BOL, 4:46 / 45-19
182: Rafael Mendoza BOL dec. Nick Dado LTHS, 9-8 / 45-22

Also worth noting, on the lower levels, only the freshman team was active this weekend, but they won all three of their duals at the mega-quad at West Aurora, defeating Batavia (48-39), West Aurora (50-25), and Waubonsie Valley (66-9).



Jameson Oster, Northwestern University: Oster went 1-0 this week, defeating Ohio State University's Mike Hozan by a 16-0 tech fall in 4:08 on Friday.  Also, had this feature written about him by

Brad Johnson, University of Oklahoma: Johnson dropped a 6-4 decision to Lehigh's Ben Haas on Sunday.

Shaun'Qae McMurtry, Northern Illinois University: Picked up a win his official debut for NIU with a 12-5 decision over Grand Canyon University's Bobby Reece on Saturday.

Brian Rossi, Stanford University: Posted a 2-3 record this week.  On Thursday, Rossi, starting for Stanford in their dual against Cal-State Bakersfield, dropped a 14-8 decision to Sergio Mendez.  On Sunday, Rossi took part in the Reno Tournament of Champions, going 2-2 but not placing.  Rossi picked up wins by fall and major decision is his effort.


Haley Augello: Augello took 2nd at 53kg at Senior Nationals on Friday. Augello posted a 4-1 record, including three 10-0 TF victories.  Her lone loss was by a 3-0 score to #1 seed, Michaela Hutchison. 

Mark Stenberg: Placed 6th at 85kg at Senior Nationals in Greco Roman on Friday, picking up two wins by technical fall on the way.


With their performances, Augello and Stenberg have both qualified for the Olympic Team Trials taking place in April.

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