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Guertin wrestlers roll to Nashua tourney title

By Marc Breton | Jan 12, 2020

Photo by Jodie Andruskevich
Nashua High South's Drew Fleury (top) is all wrapped up with Hollis Brookline's RJ McAdams during morning action at the Paul Bellavance Hall of Fame Wrestling Tournament at Nashua South on Saturday.

Bishop Guertin blitzed a rugged field, taking home the title at the Nashua Hall of Fame Classic on Saturday.

Zach Rioux (145) and Andrew Ha (170) stood atop the podium, taking home titles for the Cardinals. Connor McDonald (132), Jesse Brochu (138), James Murphy (152) and Matt Frechette (160) all delivered huge points with unner-up finishes.

Nick Connerty and Anthony Fernandez placed third at 285 and 106 respectively.

The host team Nashua South placed third overall with one champion on the day, Kyle Salemi.

Colby Spencer (120), Ruben Le (126), Nate Zalzal (220) and Kyle O’Connor (285) all finished with second places. Drew Fluery had a solid fourth place on the day at 138.

Merrimack had two great wins coming from Anson Dewar (152) and Griffin Ostrom (195) on the way to a seventh-place finish. Gabriel Victal placed third at 170, while Evan Torres (113) and Sid Dhanaraj (182) finished the meet with fourth-place finishes.

Nashua North didn’t see a win or a runner up finish in their eighth place finish. Dylan McIntyre secured the best Titans finish with a third at 220. Fourth place finishes went to Mickey Mathson (120), Matt Oliver (106) and Tyler Griffen (195).

For ninth place Hollis Brookline, Troy Moscatelli (120) and Henry Burns (182) went home with third-place finishes. Teddy Moscatelli was fourth at 145 and Hunter Hudzik ended his day in fourth at 160. Milford saw its best finish coming from Greg Gagnon at 160 taking third.


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