SACHEM EAST wins DOUBLE DUALS

    
Sachem East (7-1) defeated Calhoun, 45-18 and St. Anthony's, 45-19, before close to 450 hometown fans at their annual Double Duals.The Flaming Arrows were paced by the O'Malley brothers, Sean, a freshman at 112, Dan, a junior at 119, and the DiIorio brothers, senior Paul (152), sophomore Chris (160) along with John Roche at 145 pounds. In the St. Anthony's dual, the marquee match of the meet was between Grant Greene (freshman transfer from Cold Spring Harbor) and Division II state runner-up and the aforementioned Sean O'Malley at 112 pounds. Greene scored quickly with a low single and was relentless with his bar arm/half tilts and posted a solid 12-5 decision. Also winning for Sachem East were the DiIorios, as they both recorded falls along with John Roche (145). In one of the more entertaining bouts, the Friar's Rick Randazzo rallied with a key second period reversal and a near fall to edged Sachem's Steve Nguyen, 13-10, at 130 pounds. In other dual matches, St. Anthony's defeated Hills East, 45-23, and were paced by Mike Impellizeri, with a 9-0 decision at 135, Joe Calderone (140) and junior Patrick Fiorvanti (152), both secured first period pins. Calhoun toppled Hills East, 36-24, and were led by talented senior Bob Tobia, who posted two falls on the day at  215 pounds.
SACHEM EAST WINS DOUBLE DUALS
Dan O'Malley of Sachem East takes Joe Weisberger of St. Anthony's to the mat in their 125 pound match. O'Malley won with a fall in 4:25 and Sachem East took the dual, 45-19.
St. Anthony's Patrick Fiorvanti works for a fall against Hills East's James Buck at 152 pounds. Fiorvanti picked up the first period pin in 33 seconds and St. Anthony's went on to win, 45-23.
St. Anthony's Grant Greene controls Sachem East's Sean O'Malley with his bar arm enroute to 12-5 decision at 112 lbs.
Sachem East's captain, John Roche picked up two wins with a pin and technical fall at 145 pounds.
Joe Calderone of St. Anthony's is in deep on a single leg enroute to his second fall of the duals.
Calhoun's heavyweight, Bob Tobia went 2-0 on the day with two pins.
Andrew Rispoli of Sachem East also went 2-0 with two falls at 189 pounds.
Sachem East's Sean O'Malley works for a 2:23 fall in his first match against Wes Palladino at 112 pounds.