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
(22nd Season in 2019)

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

8 State Champs
(Last: Corrigan - 2019)

41 State Placers
- 2018)

41 Region Champs
(Last: Corrigan - 2018)

134 District Champs
(Last: Corrigan - 2018)

RECORDS

Career Wins - 155
BJ Clagon
(2010-2013)

Season Wins - 44
BJ Clagon
(2013)

100 WIN CLUB

BJ Clagon - 155
Owen McClave - 149
Cole Corrigan - 141
Kevin Corrigan - 138
Ken Theobold - 128
Kyle Bilquist - 125
Mark Maestrey - 119
Matt Theobold - 108
Kyle Kenny - 101








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


Head Coach: Ron Laycock (22nd Season)

Returning Wins Leader From 2018
Riley Cheong (29-6)

Returning Career Wins Leader in 2019
Riley Cheong (59 wins)

Milestone Watch
Riley Cheong would need 41 wins to reach 100 career victories.

Fun Fact
Last season's State Champ, the Indians' Cole Corrigan, is currently wrestling at the D1 level for Columbia University.

Where They Open
12/15: @ Haddonfield Tournament


2019 Season Preview

With over 40 wrestlers, the room is as full as it has ever been.

There is a great deal of depth in the lowerweights, headlined by junior Justin Murray. Murray, a 3rd place finisher at Districts, is back at 106, and gives South a strong presence down low. There are a handful of others with varsity experience expected to compete for slots in senior Matt Yuro, sophomore Chris Yuro, and juniors Jimmy Cohen and Jacob Cox. Some of the freshmen should break into the lineup as well, including promising rookies Josh Bocchino and Luke Cox.

Things are similar in the middle of the lineup as well. Senior Riley Cheong is the big gun in the lineup. A 29-bout winner a season ago, Cheong advanced to Atlantic City after placing 4th in the Region. The senior trio of Matt Carlson, Timmy Yuro, and Ryan Laycock all have varsity experience and will be battling for larger roles in the lineup. Potential new faces include junior Shane Gibson, sophomore Jon Turner, and another promising freshman in Andrew Ganun.

The numbers are a bit thinner up. South does have four seniors up here including a returning Region qualifier in Billy Zyckowski and returning starter Sam Akinlou, as well as Dom Spedaliere and Anthony Martinez, but they fall in the 170-195 are, which might leave the Indians with in the inability to cover the 220/Hwt slots.

South has good numbers with their proven talent and newcomers looking to make an impact. The lineup should be pretty good from 106-182, but the lack of true big men in the room might hurt them in the duals. Still, this is a team that has several wrestlers capable of having big years, and we'll keep an eye on the promising youngsters coming into the lineup and how fast they can come along.







Possible Lineup in 2019
Wgt
 Wrestler
Record
Tournaments
106
 (Jr) Justin Murray
11-11
3rd D28
113
 (Fr) Josh Bocchino


120
 (So) Chris Yuro
3-3

120
 (Jr) Jacob Cox
1-6

126/132
 (Sr) Matt Yuro
1-7

126/132
 (Fr) Luke Cox


126/132
 (Jr) Jimmy Cohen
1-3

126/132
 (Sr) Eric Rincon


138
 (Sr) Matt Carlson
4-9

145
 (Sr) Riley Cheong
29-6
2nd D28 / 4th R7
145
 (Jr) Shane Gibson


152/160
 (Sr) Timmy Yuro
3-4

152/160
 (Sr) Ryan Laycock
2-0

152/160
 (So) Jon Turner


152/160
 (Fr) Andrew Ganun


170/182
 (Sr) Sam Akinlou
7-10

170/182
 (Sr) Billy Zyckowski
5-6
3rd D28
170/182
 (Sr) Dom Spedaliere
3-5

195/220
 (Sr) Anthony Martinez
1-1

                
                                                   
                  
                                                                    








Graduated in 2018
Wgt
 Wrestler
Record
Tournaments
126
 Joseph Coyle 5-5
132
 Nick Gallicchio 17-6
152
 Cole Corrigan 40-0 1st SCT / 1st D28 / 1st R7 / 1st NJ
160
 William Cox 15-11
220
 Tom Spiwak 15-6
              
                                   
              
                                                                         
















































































































































































































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