23-24 Way too Soon Girls Individual Rankings

100
1 – Paige Weiss – Paramus
2 – Kloi Tighe – Gloucester
3 – Princessstorm Woody – Trenton
4 – Mackenzie Markham – Kingsway
5 – Sophia Lentine-Turner – DePaul
6 – Madison Rucci – Jackson Memorial
7 – Allie Borzelli – North Hunterdon
8 – Emma Hale – Collingswood

107
1 – Leeann Mercado – Lodi
2 – Kylie Gudewitz – Howell
3 – Marlowe Donanto – Jackson Memorial
4 – Alexandra Tchekounova – Colts Neck
5 – Jaclyn McDowell – Gloucester
6 – Leeah Gutierrez – Perth Amboy
7 – Gianna Simeone – Newton
8 – Jazzira Lopez – West Orange

114
1 – Lennix Horsburgh – Bound Brook
2 – Caitlin O’Reilly – Middletown South
3 – Jada Pichardo – Pennsauken
4 – Ava Kryzlakski – Lyndhurst
5 – Emme Hoarle – Somerville
6 – Ahlexa Montalvo – Bloomfield
7 – Paige Kirk – Ramsey
8 – Hailey Beck – Lenape

120
1 – Riley Lerner – Cedar Creek
2 – Valerie Maldonado – Somerville
3 – Reagan Roxas – Kingsway
4 – Brianna Dugo – Jackson Memorial
5 – Sophia Santorelli – Freehold Twp.
6 – Arabella Sosa – Westampton Tech
7 – Grace Riley – Becton
8 – Samantha Dupee – Ewing

126
1 – Tiana McGowan – New Brunswick
2 – Liliana Ramos – Newton
3 – Emma Sagi – Old Bridge
4 – Catherine Weigel – Ruthgerford
5 – Kylie Wright – Egg Harbor
6 – Shea Aretz – Buena
7 – Eva Altamarino – South Plainfield
8 – Olivia Ziobro – Manalapan

132
1 – Kayla Vazquez – Kinnelon
2 – Olivia Palmer – Timber Creek
3 – Julia Fongaro – Boonton
4 – Daila Tsyrlin – Fair lawn
5 – Danna Ramirez – Ocean City
6 – Natalie Tucker – Vernon
7 – Dominique Lopez – Jackson Memorial
8 – Emily Popek – Newton

138
1 – Kyla Franson – Paramus
2 – Layla Soto – Linden
3 – E’marie Barge – Pennsauken
4 – Rosabella Kearns – Freehold Twp.
5 – Ziyona Jackson – Schalick
6 – Madelyn Mclaughin – Bloomfield
7 – Alexa Meegan – Jackson Memorial
8 – Jenna Magrino – Old Bridge

145
1 – Olivia Georges – DePaul
2 – Saniyah Queen – St. Thomas
3 – Samira Kupa – Boonton
4 – Thea Rowland – Middletown South
5 – Samantha Heinrich – Southern
6 – Trisha Nakka – West Windsor-Plainsboro North
7 – Aliya Graca – East Brunswick
8 – Jada Bennett – West Deptford

152
1 – Kamila Castro – Ridgewood
2 – Emma Mees – Paramus
3 – Elizabeth Adebola – Perth Amboy
4 – Abbigale Dudley – Rancocas Valley
5 – Danielle Forlenza – Freehold Twp.
6 – Citaly Condalo – Franklin
7 – Vanesa Cuate – Lakewood
8 – Makayla Decker St. Thomas

165
1 – Ari Tyson – Cherry Hill
2 – Atiyana Williams – Pemberton
3 – Kailin Lee – Newton
4 – Daniela Palacios – Lakewood
5 – Reno Prochillo – Bloomfield
6 – Solaris Paul – Paterson Kennedy
7 – Sonia Balwas – Paramus
8 – Isabella Scittina – Mainland

185
1 – Jade Hahn – Donovan Catholic
2 – Caitlan Hart – Vernon
3 – Olivia Raia – Warren Hills
4 – Mackenzie Hunter – Pennsauken
5 – Parris Ford – Rancocas Valley
6 – Saharia Quamina – Bloomfield
7 – Nataly Torres-Miron – Jackson Memorial
8 – Evette Colon – Morris Hills

235
1 – Shellitha Collins – Ewing
2 – Caroline Biegel – Lakeland
3 – Talisha Lewis – Bayonne
4 – Alissa Alcindor – Union
5 – Samantha Domask – Palmyra
6 – Afua Apau – West Windsor-Plainsboro North
7 – Autumn Livingston – Paterson Eastside
8 – Tracy Najarro – Manchester

23-24 Way to Soon Boys Individual Rankings

106
1 – Nathan Braun – Bergen Catholic
2 – Salvatore Borrometi – SPP
3 – Johnathan McGinty – SJR
4 – Aiden Scheeringa – Hackettstown
5 – Anthony DiAndrea – Watchung Hills
6 – Mathew Gould – SJV
7 – Joseph Deangelo – Point Pleasant Boro
8 – Tyler Hildebrant – Williamstown

113
1 – Logan Roman – Old Bridge
2 – Jayden James – Delbarton
3 – Logan Brozowski – Seton Hall Prep
4 – Kurt Wehner – Donovan Catholic
5 – Devin Ray – New Milford
6 – Jake Talarico – SPP
7 – Robert Duffy – CBA
8 – Chris Nucifora – Bergen Catholic

120
1 -Anthony Knox – St. John’s Vianney
2 – Dan Jones – Delbarton
3 – Santino Rodriguez – Don Bosco
4 – Adrian DeJesus – DePaul
5 – Dylan Ross – Paramus Catholic
6 – Anthony Rossi – Hunterdon Central
7 – Giovanni Schinina – SPP
8 – Dalton Webber – Pope John

126
1 – Caedyn Ricciardi – SPP
2 – Carson Walsh – Pope John
3 – Jackson Young – Camden Catholic
4 – Vincent Paino – SJR
5 – Jackson Slotnick – St. Augustine Prep
6 – AJ Falcone – CBA
7 – Sebastian Ortega – Howell
8 – Chase Quenault – Delbarton

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Soldano Named to 2022-23 InterMat All-Freshman Team

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Standout rookie Brian Soldano was named to the 2022-23 Intermat All-Freshman Team. Soldano earned second-team laurels by the publication after his first varsity season for Rutgers wrestling…. Read more

2023 NHSCA Nationals NJ Place Winners

Photo via Jasiah Queen’s Instagram

Freshmen

106- Johnathan Mcginty 4th

113- Mikey Bautista 7th 

120- Seach Hibler 5th

152- Tyler Whitford 3rd

182- Nevin Mattessich

195- David Thomson 6th

195- Dante Deluca 2nd

Sophomore 

126- Pat O’Keefe 5th

126- Billy Dekraker 1st

160- Ryan Burton 3rd

182- Harvey Ludington 1st 

195- Anthony Harris 4th

195- Connor Delaney 8th

Junior

113- Kurt Wehner 4th

106- Jack Bergman 2nd

145- Jonathan Fuller 2nd

145- August Hibler 3rd

152- Jacob Zearfoss 6th

Senior

170- Jasiah Queen 1st

120- Matthew Griffin 5th

145- Giovanni Alejandro 6th

152- Landon Kearns 7th

160- Jake Slotnick 5th

220- Robert Canterino 5th

Brick Memorial’s Ludington Wins NHSCA Nationals

Brick Memorial High School wrestler, Harvey Ludington, made history by winning the 2023 NHSCA Sophomore Nationals championship in Virginia Beach, Virginia, in the 182-pound weight class, where he beat everyone by technical fall or fall.

Photo via Harvey Ludington’s Instagram

Ludington’s victory at the tournament was nothing short of dominant. He defeated every opponent he faced by either a technical fall or a fall, which is an impressive feat at any level of competition, let alone at a national tournament.

His performance throughout the tournament was a testament to his technical ability and his physical prowess. Ludington displayed excellent takedown skills, and once he secured a dominant position on the mat, he was able to use his strength to control his opponents and earn points.

Ludington’s success at the NHSCA Sophomore Nationals is a reflection of his tireless work ethic and commitment to his sport. He trains year-round, often multiple times a day, and follows a strict diet and conditioning regimen to ensure he is in top physical condition for every match.

Brick Memorial High School, Ludington’s high school, is renowned for its wrestling program, and his victory is a source of pride for the school and the community. As a young wrestler with exceptional talent, Ludington’s future is bright, and his victory at the NHSCA Sophomore Nationals is just another step in what is already a remarkable career.