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
John MacIntosh

Head Coach
Ron Laycock
(18th Season in 2015)

Assistants
Paul Sternlieb
Devin Mesanko

Section
SJ Group 4

Division
A-South

District
24




Team Titles

1 Time Sectional

4 Time SCT


5 Time District

Individuals

7 State Champions
(Last: Clagon - 2013)

35 State Place Winners
(Last: Corrigan, Clagon - 2013)

37 Region Champions
(Last: McClave - 2014)

121 District Champions
(Last: Four in 2014)

All-Time Records

Career Wins - 125
Kyle Bilquist
(2001-2004)

Season Wins - 41
BJ Clagon
(2012)



Shore Conference Wrestling



Head Coach:
Ron Laycock (18th Season)

Final Record: 17-9

2nd Place District 24
State Sectional Semifinalists
5th Place A-South
2nd Place Walter Woods Tournament
6th Place Holmdel Holiday Tournament
2nd Place TCNJ Pride Tournament






Lower Half (106-145): Owen McClave heads into 2015 leading all juniors in the Shore in career wins with 77. A 2-time Region finalist, he won the title at 113 last season, and was one win away from a medal in Atlantic City. He leads the charge down low along with Zack Martin, who is coming off an impressive freshman campaign that saw him notch 28 wins and finish 2nd in the District.  The Indians also will have returning starters James Olivera and Francesco LoScrudato back, and will be injecting a talented group of freshmen into the lineup as well.

Upper Half (152-Hwt): A strong group of seniors leads the way for TRS in the upper half of the lineup. The foursome of Antrez Clagon (1st D24 / 2nd R6), Joe Salvato (1st D24 / 4th R6), James Kearney (2nd D24), & Quinten DeCarlo (2nd D24 in 2013) combined for 118 wins in 2014 and have been a part of the lineup since their freshman seasons. Rejoining them will be another senior, Mike Rutter, who missed last year with an injury after recording 17 wins during his sophomore year. This is among the Shore's very best group of upperweights.

Outlook: The Indians have talent up and down the lineup. Once everyone gets settled into their weights, it is going to be a very tough lineup to handle, especially if the freshmen have the type of impact they are capable of. A lot of the attention in A-South gets paid to the Bricks, Southern, and Jackson, but this is a loaded South lineup that can hang with all of them. They are a legit contender in A-South, and despite being one of the smaller schools in SJG4, they are a top contender there as well.



Possible Lineup
Wgt
  Wrestler 
2014 Record
113/120
 (So) Zack Martin
28-13 / 2nd D24
113/120
 (Fr) Nick Gallichio

120/126
 (Jr) Owen McClave
38-3 / 1st D24, 1st R6
126/132
 (Fr) Cole Corrigan

132
 (Sr) James Olivera
14-16
132/138
 (So) Dylan Parks
5-5
138/145
 (Fr) Conor Panzarella

145/152
 (Jr) Francesco LoScrudato
7-18
152/160
 (Jr) Ajhaun Johnson
8-9
160/170
 (Sr) Antrez Clagon
36-5 / 1st D24, 2nd R6
170
 (Jr) Marquis Alexander

170/182
 (Sr) Joe Salvato
26-4 / 1st D24, 4th R6
182/195
 (Sr) Quinten DeCarlo
26-10
195
 (Jr) Colin DeRome

195/220
 (Fr) Chris Madigan

220/Hwt
 (Sr) Mike Rutter
17-16 in 2013
Hwt
 (Sr) James Kearny
30-9 / 2nd D24
                  
                                                         
                                   

Graduated in 2014
Wgt
  Wrestler 
Record
126
 Brandon Murray
36-8 / 1st D24, 3rd R6
138
 Justin Lubranicki
8-11
145
 Rob Moore
0-2
195
 Richie Gonzalez
24-17 / 3rd D24
220
 Eugene Corbin
0-1
                  
                                                         
                                  


















































































































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