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Can Hanover Park make history at Boardwalk Hall?

The Hanover Park wrestling team made history last month. Now it’s time for some of the Hornets to get into the record books as individuals. 1,272 more words


Here is the glance for the NJSIAA Wrestling Championships



When: Friday-Sunday: Friday, 5 p.m., preliminary round, 7 p.m., pre-quarterfinals; Saturday, 10 a.m., quarterfinals, wrestleback round 1, noon, wrestleback round 2; 5 p.m., semifinals, wrestleback round 3; 7 p.m., wrestleback round 4; Sunday, 10 a.m., wrestleback semifinals; 11:30 a.m., third, fifth and seventh-place; 3 p.m., finals. 2,357 more words


Wrestling: O’Shea, Conley set to match up in Atlantic City

Who is the best 113-pounder in Morris County? Right now, it’s Morris Knolls’ Garrett O’Shea, but Hanover Park’s Sean Conley has made great strides in the last month. 585 more words


Wrestling: Monroe’s Profaci likely to have two-time champ in his path

Sal Profaci’s path for an individual title will likely lead again to two-time state champion Craig De La Cruz.

Barring any upsets at the NJSIAA Individual Championships, which begin with opening round action on Friday, the rivals, who met in last year’s 126-pound state semifinals, are projected to meet in the same round at 132 pounds this weekend. 2,770 more words


Wrestling: NJSIAA state pairings

NJSIAA Tournament

At Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City:

Friday: Preliminaries and Pre-quarterfinals, 5 p.m.

Saturday: Quarterfinals and wrestlebacks, 10 a.m.; Semifinals and wrestlebacks, 5 p.m.

Sunday: Finals consolations, 10 a.m.; Finals, 3 p.m. 1,914 more words