KENMORE - Jamestown High School and Southwestern Central School were the only schools that had two champions in the annual Ken-Ton Wrestling Tournament at Kenmore West on Saturday afternoon.
Mike Southwick and Zack Eklum were crowned champions for Jamestown and Ryan Hetrick and Dylan Lundmark for Southwestern.
Jamestown finished third with 103 points while ahead of the Red Raiders were first-place West Seneca West with 137.5 points and second-place Kenmore West with 130 points.
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Southwestern tied with Kenmore East for seventh place with 70 points.
Southwick defeated Mark Stucke of Kenmore West, 4-1, to win the 152-pound title for Jamestown. Southwick finished with a 4-0 record.
Eklum flattened Dan Kuhmitch of Byron-Bergen of Section 5, 4-2, to capture the 182-pound crown for Jamestown. With the win, Eklum wound up 3-0.
Hetrick easily disposed of Luciano Orsene of WSW, 17-0, to take the 99-pound crown for Southwestern. Then, teammate Dylan Lundmark turned aside Paul Bavisott of Kenmore West for the 120-pound championship.
Adam Gullo of Jamestown and Brian Westerdahl of Southwestern, both at 138 pounds, tied for third place when Gullo had wrestled his quota of matches. Gullo was 4-1 and Westerdahl 3-1.
Dakota Lewis (99) and Cody Risley (113) recorded fourth-place finishes for Jamestown.
Renaldo Rodriguez-Spencer of Cheektowaga was named the Most Valuable Wrestler.
ECIC DIVISION 1
By recording its last three wins by pins, West Seneca West was able to stop Jamestown in an Erie County Interscholastic Conference Division 1 match on Friday night.
Josh Haviese (220), Jeremy Krawczyk (285) and Riley Jamison (106) emerged with pins as West Seneca West (7-1) stopped Jamestown (5-2), 42-30, at Washington Middle School.
Going into the final match at 106, Jamestown was down, 36-30, and even if won the best it could do was earn a 36-36 tie.
Jamestown coach Craig Swanson was impressed with the way that 126-pound Emiliano Velasquez was able to win by a 7-5 score over Dean Jusczak.
Southwick continued his winning ways for Jamestown at 152 pounds with a 3:16 fall of Nick Evans.
Another fall for Jamestown was recorded by Eklum at 195 pounds with a 4:45 pin of Jonah Snyder.
The fastest fall by the Red Raiders was by Kyle Liuzzo at 120 pounds in 2:15.
Jamestown completes the league season at Clarence Wednesday night.
113: Mike Wisniewski (WSW) d, Cody Risley, 5-0.
120: Kyle Liuzzo (J) p. Lucas Tomilo, 2:15.
126: Emiliano Velasquez (J) d. Dean Jusczak, 7-5.
132: Mark Conklin (J) p. Sebastian Orsene, 5:02.
138: Pat Walsh (WSW) md over Nolan Margaglio, 14-0.
145: Carmen O'Donnell (WSW) tf over Adam Gullo, 15-0.
152: Mike Southwick (J) p. Nick Evans, 3:16.
160: Corey Kostryck (WSW) d. Brandon Whitacre, 7-5.
170: Tim Shea (WSW) d. Justice Miller, 6-3.
182: Jake McKenzie (WSW) p. Nate Sommerton, 4:48.
195: Zach Eklum (J) p. Jonah Snyder, 4:45.
220: Josh Haviese (WSW) p. Jacis Blake, 1:45.
285: Jeremy Krawczyk (WSW) p. Sky Sommerton, 4:39.
99: Dakota Lewis (J) d. Luciano Orstine, 9-6.
106: Riley Jamison (WSW) p. Justin Conklin, 1:30.
SALAMANCA - Led by champions Brandon Muntz and Andy Fish, Falconer easily won the annual 15-team Salamanca Wrestling Tournament with 262.5 points on Saturday.
For the Golden Falcons, this was the first title here as last year's champ, Campbell-Savona of Section 5, didn't return to defend the title.
Seneca, Pa, was a distant second with 168.5 points, Brockway, Pa., third with 133 points, Olean fourth with 130 points followed by Maple Grove and Pioneer tied for fifth with 124 points.
Frewsburg was sixth with 117 points followed by Salamanca eighth with 101.5 points, Dunkirk 11th with 61 points and Falconer's B team was 12th with 48.5 points.
Muntz took the 126-pound title for Falconer by blanking Nick Winter, 11-0, and teammate Ross won at 138 pounds with 3-2 decision over Adam Fish of Seneca, 3-2.
Falconer came in second at 99 pounds when Kyle Blake lost to Hector Colom of Dunkirk, 2-1, Tim Franzen was defeated Cyle Yaple of Seneca, 11-2, at 120 pounds and Javen Newman was pinned by Andrew Welton of Erie Tech in 2:24 at 285 pounds.
Welton was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler and Brockway received the Sportsmanship Award.
The Golden Falcons had six grapplers pick up third-place wins. They were Ricky Griffiths (99), Jacob Peru (106), Cody Dustin (145), Brandon Teboe (152), James Schwab (170) and Dan Williamson (182).
Coming in fourth for Falconer were Zak Mata (132) and Jake Penhollow (195) while for the Falconer B Team it was Cameron Page (99), Mike Waddington (113) and Austin Ormond (120).
Also coming in fourth were Mitchell Gilbert (182) and Austin White (172) of Salamanca and Jared Hallberg (285) of Maple Grove.
Dylan Ingrao of Falconer was sixth at 106 pounds.
Other champions were Austin Lynn and Zach Haller of Frewsburg and Cameron Caputi and Dustin Lewis and Tito Colom of Dunkirk.
Lynn dropped Derek Johnson of Maple Grove in 3:36 of the 182-pound bout while Haller decisioned Brad Cunningham of Salamanca, 3-1, at 220 pounds.
Caputi decisioned Brayden Denk of Pioneer in 3:36 at 160 pounds and Lewis defeated Trevor Spicer of Frewsburg, 7-5, in overtime at 195 pounds.
Colom beat Brad Bihler of Maple Grove, 3-1, at 106 pounds.
Jed Micek and Howard Nolan of Maple Grove each lost in the finals with Micek falling to Kevin Pier of Seneca, 10-9, at 145 pounds and Nolan falling to James McLean of Pioneer, 14-11, at 152 pounds.
Also Cody Haller of Frewsburg came in second at 170 pounds after losing to Anthony Benson of Brockway, 9-0.