55 Hyers St.
Toms River, NJ 08753
732-505-5735
(Ocean County)

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Program Est.
1937

Mascot
Indians

Colors
Maroon & White

Athletic Director
William Madigan

Head Coach
Ron Laycock
(21st Season in 2018)

Assistants
Paul Sternlieb
Devon Mesanko

Section
SJ Group 4

Division
A-South

District
28

Region
7



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TEAM TITLES

1 - Sectional Title

4 - SCT Titles


5 - District Titles

INDIVIDUALS

7 State Champs
(Last: Clagon - 2013)

39 State Placers
(Last: McClave / Corrigan - 2016)

40 Region Champs
(Last: Corrigan - 2017)

133 District Champs
(Last: Corrigan / Kobus in 2017)

RECORDS

Career Wins - 155
BJ Clagon
(2010-2013)

Season Wins - 44
BJ Clagon
(2013)

100 WIN CLUB

BJ Clagon - 155
Owen McClave - 149
Kevin Corrigan - 138
Ken Theobold - 128
Kyle Bilquist - 125
Mark Maestrey - 119
Matt Theobold - 108
Kyle Kenny - 101

Cole Corrigan enters the 2018 season with 101 career wins






Overall Record:  0-0  /  Shore Conference:  0-0  /  A-South:  0-0

2017 Record: 7-10

4th Place District District 28
6th Place A-South
3rd Place Elizabeth Minuteman Tournament



South has a lot of experience returning in the middleweights, but that is going to be sandwiched by a group in the lower and upper weight classes consisting mostly of newcomers.

The big name returning is senior Cole Corrigan. Through the first three years of his career, Corrigan has amassed 101 victories, won three District Titles, one Region Title, and has advanced to Atlantic City each season, placing 7th there in 2016. Also returning for the Indians is another talented senior in Nick Galliccho, a 2-time District Champ who enters his final season with 78 career victories. That pair, along with William Cox and Joe Coyle, who missed most of last season with an injury, will be looked to provide leadership to all of the newcomers to the lineup.

Juniors Riley Cheong, coming off a solid sophomore season that saw him register 21 wins and place 2nd in the District, Tim Yuro, and Matt Yuro also return after starting last season, and three more juniors, Matt Carlson, Ryan Laycock, and Billy Zyckowski, all saw a little varsity action last season, and will look to assume larger roles this season. Likewise, sophomore Justin Murray will be looking to ascend to the next level after getting in valuable frosh experience in 2017.

While South does have some solid returners back in the fold, there will be a lot of relatively inexperienced newcomers, and some thin numbers in the upper weight classes, that is going to make the dual schedule a bit tougher, especially early in the season. As the season goes on and those newcomers get more and more mat time under their belts, the wins should hopefully follow as the team aims to top last season's win total.








Possible Lineup in 2018
Wgt
 Wrestler
Record
Tournaments
106
 (So) Justin Murray
3-8

106
 (Fr) Kyle Gauthier


113
 (So) Jacob Cox


113
 (Fr) Chris Yuro


120
 (Jr) Matt Yuro
6-15

120
 (Jr) Nick Versacio


126/132
 (Sr) Nick Gallicchio
30-6 / 6th R7 / 2nd D28
78 wins, 2x Dst champ
126/132
 (Sr) Joe Coyle
3-3

138
 (Jr) Riley Cheong
21-7 / R7-PQ / 2nd D28

145
 (Sr) Cole Corrigan
35-2 / NJ-WB4 / 1st R7 / 1st D28
101 wins, 3x Dst Champ, 3x NJ qualifier, 7th in 16
145
 (Jr) Tim Yuro
12-19

145
 (Jr) Matt Carlson
0-3

152
 (Jr) Ryan Laycock
3-1

160
 (Sr) William Cox
11-13

170
 (Jr) Billy Zyckowski
1-2

170
 (Jr) Sam Akinlolu


220/Hwt
 (Sr) Tom Spiwak


220/Hwt
 (Sr) Eric Appigani


220/Hwt
 (Jr) Anthony Martinez


                
                                            
                                                     
                                                                    



Graduated in 2017
Wgt
 Wrestler
Record
Post Season
132
 Zach Martin
11-4

138
 Dave Maldonado 3-16
160
 Dylan Parks
4-2

170
 Vin Merlo
21-11

182
 Josh Mendez 11-13 .
Hwt
 Jon Kobus
26-6
R7-WB1 / 1st D28
                
                                    
                  
                                                      




















































































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