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New england hs championships 2016 at providence, ri

Discussion in 'New England Wrestling' started by Maple Grove, Feb 21, 2016.

  1. mrvinny

    mrvinny Well-Know Member Registered

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    Fascinating list..lots to ponder
     
  2. Maple Grove

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  3. st.mcc

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    From masswrestling website:

    Pretty dominant performance by CT by all metrics
    three of the top 4 overall teams all 4 teams in the top 10

    Place Team Points
    1 CT1 233
    2 CT2 184.5
    3 MA1 170.0
    4 CT3 167.5
    5 MA2 156
    6 RI1 151
    7 ME1 124
    8 MA3 119.5
    9 NH1 114
    10 CT4 85.5
    11 VT1 68
    12 ME2 68
    13 MA5 66
    14 RI2 63
    15 MA4 59
    16 MA6 56.5
    17 ME3 35
    18 NH2 35
    19 NH3 34
    20 RI3 20
    21 VT2 13
    22 VT3 10
     
  4. Maple Grove

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    Not a strong showing for NH this year with CT, MA, RI, and even ME doing better in 2016. However, we've got some up-and-comers in NH with several freshmen ready to step up and make noise at NEs next year.

    Keep up the hard work!
     
  5. Maple Grove

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    Reyes was certainly worthy of OW consideration at NEs, and those voting should hold onto their ballots until the conclusion of all bouts. 170 was a very tough weight, as was 120 lbs. In Reyes' semi-final he had to go into OT2 for the 5-4 dec, using a backflip to earn his escape. (By the way, wasn't a backflip outlawed a couple years ago? When was that move reinstated as legit?)

    I thought DelGallo would defeat McGonagle at 120 lbs. simply because DelGallo has been there before and is very accomplished himself. McGonagle will be fun to watch the next three years.

    Another dominant performance came at 195 lbs. from Dylan Barreiro (Pinkerton, NH and D1 Kent State bound). The weight class was not as strong as 120 and 170, but Dylan is a 2-time undefeated NE Champ now, plus being a National Jr. HS Champ last year.

    Let's see how all these guys do at Nationals soon. Good luck to all who compete there!
     
  6. mrvinny

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    I thought the slam call against Reyes in the semis was pretty dubious.
    May have cost him OW. Barreiro was the most dominant of all the champions but 195 was not especially strong which probably hurt his OW chances
     
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