Medina has two winners at Large Memorial

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 10 December 2022 at 5:50 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Lyndonville’s Lucas Powley works against Omarion Lebron of East Rochester during early round action at today’s fifth annual Fred Large Memorial Tournament at Lyndonville.

Medina had a pair individual weight class winners today at Lyndonville’s fifth annual Fred Large Memorial Wrestling Tournament.

Reece Senske won at 102 and Dominick Callara at 110 for Medina.

Senske decisioned Lucas Kimber (Roy-Hart/Barker) 8-6 in the finals after scoring a second period pin in the semifinals.

Callara, who earned the Most Outstanding Wrestler Award for the lighter weights, pinned Layton McDonald (North Rose-Wolcott) in 5:58 in his title match after registering a first period fall in the semis.

The Mustangs also had Sawyer Kingsbury place second at 214, Luke Duffina third at 110 and Conor Crandall third at 189.

Holley-Kendall had Bruce Rasmusson capture the 118 lb. title with a 4-2 decision win over Victor Cusatis (Wilson). He advanced with a technical fall win in the quarterfinals and a second period pin in the semis.

Holley-Kendall also had Will Kruger place second at 132.

Host Lyndonville got second place finishes from Payton Grabowski (189) and Sam Doolan (285) and thirds from Christian Garver (118) and Sebastian Temich (160).

Roy-Hart/Barker had Quinn Brown take the 152 lb. title with an 8-6 decision win over Aidan Lestrange (Wayne). RHB also had Dan Moore place third at 215.

Albion had Josh Bovenzi place third at 145.

Wilson had a pair of champions in Jacob Stephens at 160 and Breckyn Schultz at 215 while Byron-Bergen/Elba had Malachi Smith take the 189 lb. title.

Wayne won the team title as Wilson, Medina, Byron-Bergen/Elba, North Rose-Wolcott, Lyndonville, Roy-Hart/Barker and Holley-Kendall rounded out the top eight.

In the girls’ tourney, Lyndonville’s Safia Delobbe-Scott placed third in the 126-138 bracket.

In the JV tourney Corde Robinson won at 126 and Brennan Allen at 138 for Medina, Ethan Hardenbrook at 132 for Holley-Kendall and David Rosario at 160 for Albion.

Albion’s Alonzo Figueroa-Fuentes competes against Lyndonville’s Brody Hazel.