JHU Places Fifth at Doug Parker Invitational

<b>Paul Marcello's</b> runner-up finish at 141 helped JHU to a fifth-place finish at the Doug Parker Invitational.
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Nov. 17, 2012

SPRINGFIELD, MA - The Johns Hopkins wrestling team placed fifth in the 16-team Doug Parker Invitational at Springfield College on Saturday. The Blue Jays totaled 85.5 points and trailed Centenary (166 points), Roger Williams (137.5), Springfield (128.5) and Wesleyan (128) in the team standings.

The Blue Jays were led by sophomore Paul Bewak and senior Paul Marcello, who earned runner-up finishes at 125 and 141, respectively.

Complete results are not available at this time, but a summary of the place-winners for each weight class follows:

125 lbs.
1st -place match: Sam Shames (MIT) dec. Paul Bewak (Johns Hopkins), 5-2
3rd -place match: Jonathan Murray (RIC) maj. dec. Erick Orellana (Centenary), 12-3
5th -place match: Tom Casper (Springfield) won by medical forfeit over Michael Sugermeyer (RIC), MFF

133 lbs.
1st -place match: Ricondo Cole (RIC) dec. Maika Nagata (Wesleyan), 6-3
3rd -place match: Zachory Huxford (Centenary) pinned Robert Ferrante (WNE), 0:55
5th -place match: Derek Adams (Springfield) maj. dec. Ray Yagloski (Johns Hopkins), 16-4

141 lbs.
1st -place match: Joe Grippi (Springfield) dec. Paul Marcello (Johns Hopkins), 10-7
3rd-place match: Nick Scotto (Wesleyan) maj. dec. Corey Vernon (Centenary), 12-4
5th -place match: James Carroll (RWU) dec. Dylan Bryant (Springfield), 3-1

149 lbs.
1st -place match: Mike Polizzi (Stevens) dec. Jorge Lopez (Williams), 7-4
3rd -place match: Christopher Hoffman (AIC) dec. Craig Montgomery (Centenary), 5-4
5th -place match: Joe Ortiz (Springfield) and Cody Oliverio (Plymouth State), DFF



157 lbs.
1st -place match: Chris Burdge (Centenary) dec. Francisco Colom (RWU), 11-4
3rd -place match: Howard Tobochnik (Wesleyan) pinned Dan Ressler (RWU), 2:55
5th -place match: Devin Biscaha (Springfield) dec. Timothy Garripoli (Williams), 6-2

165 lbs.
1st -place match: Joey Favia (Stevens) dec. Derrick Longo (Springfield), 4-1
3rd -place match: Collin Crowell (RWU) pinned Owen Vernon (Centenary), 0:44
5th -place match: Christian Ostrowski (Johns Hopkins) won by medical forfeit over Ryan Madson (MIT), MFF

174 lbs.
1st -place match: Kevin Dufresne (Centenary) dec. Michael Fish (Springfield), 9-3
3rd -place match: Kyle Roosa (Wesleyan) dec. John DiBurro (RWU), 7-3
5th -place match: Marc Wagner (Coast Guard) maj. dec. Jake Odell (Stevens), 8-0

184 lbs.
1st -place match: Shane Parcel (RWU) dec. David Welch (RWU), 4-0
3rd -place match: Jefferson Ajayi (Wesleyan) pinned Khalid Shakir (Centenary), 1:12
5th -place match: Kyle Spangler (Johns Hopkins) dec. William Youngblood (Trinity), 7-5

197 lbs.
1st -place match: Philip Ernst (RWU) maj. dec. Brandon Hull (Centenary), 8-0
3rd -place match: Iarik Loshchinin (AIC) pinned Joshua Roometua (Wesleyan), 2:48
5th -place match: Dylan Kniska (WNE) won by medical forfeit over Brandon Riggins (Springfield Tech), MFF

285 lbs.
1st -place match: Joseph Zitone (Centenary) pinned John Gabordi (Springfield), 3:55
3rd -place match: Kyle Mcguire (Trinity) won by medical forfeit over Brian Nicoll (RIC), MFF
5th -place match: Adam Reed (Plymouth State) won by medical forfeit over Jamison Sacco (WNE), MFF

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