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2011- 2012 Articles

Jamestown Tournament:

Spencerport Takes Holiday
Classic Title Again

The Post-Journal
Sunday, December 18, 2011

Teike-Bernabi Tournament:

Maier sparks Spencerport at
Teike/Bernabi wrestling tournament

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Sunday, December 30, 2011

Jason DeBruin:

State champion at Spencerport
among new Section V Wrestling

Hall of Famers

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Friday, January 13, 2012

Hilton Tournament:

Fairport's Josh Lackey wins
long-awaited Clayton Barnard

wrestling title

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Sunday, January 15, 2012

Monroe County Tournament:

Spencerport wrestlers stand
test of time

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Saturday, January 21, 2012

Spencerport wins 21st straight
Monroe County wrestling title

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Sunday, January 22, 2012

Brockport Dual Meet:

Spencerport defeats Brockport
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Sunday, January 29, 2012

Section V Class Tournament:

Spencerport claims 11th straight
Class A wrestling title

Messenger Post
Sunday, February 5, 2012

NYS Qualifier Tournament:

Hard work pays off at
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Sunday, February 12, 2012

Spencerport Program:

Seventeen to be inducted in Frontier
Field Walk of Fame:
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Thursday, May 24, 2012

Coach Dan Glover:

Shaking the notebook: New
Spencerport wrestling coach says
he knows exactly what he is
walking into

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Thursday, June 14, 2012


Hard work pays off at SuperSectionals
Mendon senior worried about injured Pincus
James Johnson . Staff writer . February 12, 2012

Spencerport's Angelo DeAngelis, left, defeated Pittsford's Jacob Pincus at 138 pounds.

CARLOS ORTIZ/staff photographer

HENRIETTA - If the weekend that SuperSectionals takes place is not the most emotional in Section V wrestling, it is close, just like a match between wrestlers with similar ability.

Pittsford Mendon senior Brady Baron felt proud after he earned his second berth into the state championships Saturday night at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Minutes after Baron's 4-3 win over Hilton's Anthony DePrez, he was concerned.

"It felt pretty great right after," the Division I 120-pound champion said. "(Then) my teammate (138-pounder) Jacob Pincus hurt his shoulder.

"I'm hoping he's still can go to states (on a wild card). I want to go with them. He's pretty tough."

Pincus and Baron are drill partners. They pushed each other almost daily to this point of the season, which more wrestlers than not say they have worked all season toward, if not the off-season, too. Longer than that in some cases.

"I think we beat him up worse than any of his matches," Rush-Henrietta coach Mickey Marlowe said after team members swarmed senior John Northrup.

Teammates came down to the floor of RIT's Gordon Field House to slap Northrup on the back and shoulders after the middleweight's 3-2 win over Spencerport's Mike Roman in the Division I 145-pound final. Northrup was eliminated from championship contention at the 2011 SuperSectionals, Section V's qualifier for the state tournament, by teammate Ryan Reed.

"I'm really happy for him," Marlowe said. "He's one of those guys who's been around for years.

"He's made it here every year, been on the doorstep, but there was always someone else around."

First-place finishers in the Division I and II weight classes earned automatic berths into the championships, Feb. 24-25 in Albany.

Runner-ups still have a chance to go, if awarded one of four wild card berths per weight class in the state based on criteria. The wild card qualifiers are announced Wednesday.

Even an accomplished wrestler such as Holley senior Quinton Murphy found a sixth berth to states something to get excited about.

"I love this place," the Division II 138 champion said as he looked around the field house. "I bleed purple (Section V's uniform color at states), and this is the home of Section V."

The three-time state champion hopes to join Palmyra-Macedon graduate Alex Ekstrom as the only four-time winners from Section V. Murphy, an Indiana University recruit, is 55-0 this season and 298-12 overall. Murphy's 298 wins is believed to rank No. 1 in the history of the state.

Hilton senior Vincent DePrez, a fourth-place finisher at the 2011 state championships, is 46-0 after he won the Division I 113 final.

Wilson senior 182-pounder DeAnthony Terrell caused some excitement when he placed third. Terrell is the first wrestler from the City School District to finish inside the top-six at SuperSectionals in 11 years.


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