Section V State Qualifier:
escapes with SuperSectionals victory
Section V Class A:
wrestling: Stulpin, Merkel closer to rematch
Family Wrestling title a family mat-ter
power Spencerport over Canandaigua
school wrestling: Top 2 teams ready to duel
Monroe County Tournament:
dozen get any better
school roundup: Great Eight left in
wrestling: Spencerport's Stulpin prevails,
improves to 23-0
Union Endicott Dual Wrestling:
Dual tourney attracts some of New York's best
Spencerport flexes its muscle
Coach Bill Jacoutot:
wrestling: Spencerport sets standard across
wrestling: Spencerport sets standard across the state
By James Johnson Democrat
E-mail address: jjohnson@DemocratandChronicle.com
Jacoutot Sr. has led Spencerport to the top ranking in the
state the last two seasons. [Day in Photos]
20, 2002) While the names in the weight classes change, the
teams attitude does not.
team poster proclaims that the Rangers are Old School
this season, but its old news that the perennial Monroe County
West Champions are among the best in the state again.
Rangers, coached by Bill Jacoutot Sr., finished on top of the states
large-school rankings for the second consecutive season in 2001-02
after they reclaimed the Section V Class A title from rival Canandaigua.
have their eyes on a third consecutive state title and the large
amount of work needed to earn the programs fifth New York
season-ending No. 1 ranking overall.
toward the state title helped bring us closer together, said
112-pound senior Josh Fuller, who qualified for states last season
at 96 pounds. We want to keep it going.
has a 90-0-1 record in dual meets against area teams since 1994
and won the Section V Class A championship 13 of the last 14 seasons.
of it is any more mind-boggling than what other programs are doing,
first-year assistant coach Bill Jacoutot Jr. said about the teams
methods. Theres been a standard set, and these guys
and my dad want to live up to it.
sectional run in Class C is shorter but also impressive. The Hawks
are two-time defending champions and have four sectional trophies
since 1998 under John Grillo.
has emerged as the team to beat in Class B early this season after
the Eagles finished second to Newark at sectionals last season.
Scott Freischlag has a state finalist in his group, 215-pounder
Mike Patterson, as well as his brothers Josh and Nate.