Top-ranked Spencerport finishes perfect year with a rout
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Staff reports
(February 4, 2007) — Matt Spezio and Marc Giullari won key matches to help Spencerport defeat Canandaigua, 47-10, in non-league wrestling Saturday at Canandaigua Academy.
The Rangers, ranked the No. 1 large school in the state, finished their regular season 16-0.
Spezio scored a takedown with two seconds left over Cory Mahoney at 140 pounds and Giullari pinned Steve Wolfe in 2:47 at 215 pounds for Spencerport.
"We were able to win 10 of the 13 weights, so we're happy with the way we wrestled," said Spencerport coach Bill Jacoutot. "We felt our kids really brought their 'A' game, and we're very happy to finish with the number one record in New York state."
Canandaigua junior varsity coach Eric Mullen served as the interim head coach for the Braves (6-7) following charges brought against former coach Richard Romeo, who is on paid administrative leave.
103- Justin Melia technical fall over Seth Gilligan 20-5
112- Matt Piedmonte won by forfeit
119- Joe Thomas pinned Carl Hartwell; 2:58
125- Dan Mandaradec Nick Terenzi; 13-4
130- Paul Morabito dec Trevor Bieliwicz; 9-3
135- Chris Collura dec. Bob Bradshaw; 7-2
140- Matt Spezio dec Cory Mahoney; 2-1
145- Kyle Ingrahm dec Dan Maier;
152- Chris Vigliotti
pinned Skyler Miller; 4:58
160- Bryan Bourne pinned Jole Stitt; 1:00
171- Ryan Macomber dec Justin Putt ; 6-3
189- Paul Glover dec Peter Thomas; 4-2
Gulliuri pinned Steve Wolfe; 2:47