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1999-2000 Season


Broncos dominate Madison tourney

Montville dominated the Madison Novice Tournament as nine Broncos turned in medal efforts with five claiming the gold. The Broncos also concluded their regular season schedule in the Tri-County Youth Wrestling League, rolling to its fifth straight win in defeating Pequannock 59-36 on Friday in Pequannock to finish with an 8-3-1 record.
Parker Meytrott picked up the first gold medal for Montville in the Madison Tourney in the Tot 49-pound bracket. Following a win over Steve Campnana in the pre-quarterfinals, the unseeded Meytrott eliminated third-seeded Jake Knight of Mahwah in the quarterfinals. He sent New Providence's David Dinerma to the consolation bracket in the semifinals and defeated A.J. Bongiovanni of Hopatcong in the title match.
Six Broncos picked up medals in the Midget Division with Mathew Chierci defeating Boonton's Billy Matarazzo in the championship round. Chierci's route to the title started with a pre-quarterfinal round win over Madison's Jim Mattina and a quarterfinal victory over Kevin Kozub of Bernardsville. In the semifinals, he sent Lenape Valley's Austin Ormsbee to the sidelines. His brother Anythony placed third in the same bracket, defeating Nutley's Cody Panella in the pre-quarterfinals and top-seeded Jack O'Neil of West Orange in the quarterfinals. He lost to Matarazzo in the semifinals but came back to defeat Ormsbee in the consolation third place bout.
Tyler Rivera claimed the title in the Midget 70-pound weight division when he defeated Bernardsville's Mathew DeCota in the championship round. He opened his run to the title by defeating Nutley's Randy Patrizio in the pre-quarterfinals and took out Maryland's top-seeded Patrick Slaughter in the quarterfinals. In the semifinals, he sent Jefferson's Michael Monteverdi to the consolation bracket.
In the Midget 80-pound class, Danny McClure defeated third-seeded Jay Traynor of Roxbury in the quarterfinals and toppled second-seeded Frank Crocco of Little Falls in the semifinals before claiming the gold with a victory over Matt Loffa of Scotch Plains in the title bout.
It was a Montville finale in the Midget 86-pound division when Bill Mulligan defeating teammate Gregory Barnish in the championship round. Mulligan ousted West Orange's Michael Carvalho in the quarterfinals and disposed of second-seeded John Tatum in the semifinals to advance to the title round. Barnish, seeded No. 4, defeated Summit's Douh Hoelzel in the quarterfinals and was awarded a forfeit win over top-seeded Tony Grego of Mendham in the semifinals.
Julian Berzale defeated fourth-seeded Matt Dallicardillo of Jefferson in the quarterfinals of the Junior 72-pound bracket and send top-seeded Matthew Allen of West Orange to the consolation bracket in the semifinals before losing to third-seeded Michael Maiorelli in the championship clash. Michael Rivera picked up the silver medal in the Junior 103-pound weight class after losing to Bernardsville's Rory Mase in the championship round. Seeded No. 2, Rivera had a bye into the semifinals where he defeated Vincent Sidoli of West Orange.
Shane Parcel put the Broncos on the board in the Tri-County season finale with six points when wrapped up Bobby Weiss in the 54-pound bout. Cody Phillips followed with six more after decking Michael Rebish in the meeting of 58-pounders. Anthony Chierci was awarded a forfeit win at 66 pounds.
Montville started to pull away from Pequannock when Tom Zermaneck posted a decision over Lee Delaney in the 74-pound match and Nick Gaeta showed Sean Johnson the gym lights at 78 pounds. Tom Jasterbski wrapped up Ryan Lopez at 90-pounds and Mike Rivera flattened Chris Daly in the 98-pound match.
Brandon Glyck won a decision over Joe Barnicle at 116 pounds and Taylor Meytrott registered a technical fall against Chris LaTempa in the 123-pound bracket. Jason Malinewski was awarded a forfeit win at 137 pounds and Ken McClure concluded the Broncos scoring parade when he turned James O'Brien on his back and touched his shoulder blades to the mat in the 147-pound bout.

Montville drops pair on youth mats

Montville dropped a pair of decisions in Tri-County Youth Wrestling League competitions, losing to Hanover Park 61-40 and Roxbury 66-42.
Competing against the Hornets on their home mats in East Hanover, Parker Meytrott got Montville on the board first by decking Shane Carpenter in the opening 50-pound bout. Cody Phillips added four points to the team total with a major decision over Angelo Licata at 58 pounds and Matt Chierci posted a decision over Nick Leider in the 62-pound bout.
Nick Gaeta registered a technical fall over Jake Grubert in the 78-pound meeting and Michael Rivera, a first-year wrestler, decked Bob Grogan in the 98 pound confrontation. Brandon Glyck followed by posting a major decision over Jim Stope at 116 pounds and Taylor Meytrott showed Anthony Serritella the gym lights in the 130-pound bout. Andrew Barnish was the final Montville grappler to walk on the mat, wrapping up Joe Williams and touching his shoulder blades to the canvass in the 137 pound match.
On Saturday, Montville dropped a 66-42 verdict to Roxbury on the Broncos home mats in Montville. Dave Armbruster posted a major decision over Tom Garipoldi in the opening 50-pound bout and Shane Parcel added four more team points when he registered a major decision over Gus Paxos at 54 pounds. Phillips made it 14-0 for the Broncos when he packed David Restivo in the 58-pound weight class.
Anthony Chierci posted a decision over Kevin Murphy at 66 pounds and Gaeta wrestled to a victory by decision against Zach Garipoldi in the 78 pound bracket. Tom Jasterbski decked Donald Bennett in the meeting of 90 pounders and Glyck registered a major decision against Ryan Patterson at 116 pounds. Taylor Meytrott turned Andrew Grenot on his back at 123 pounds and Andrew Barnish pinned Santiro Mangiro at 130 pounds.

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Montville splits opening meets of Tri-County Youth Wrestling League

By Dennis Wilson

Compliments of Suburban Life

Montville opened the 2000-2001 Tri-County Youth Wrestling League campaign with a hard-fought loss to Hopatcong by a score of 68-51 but rebounded to defeat Jefferson 57-48.
Tyler Phillips started the season with a pin as he decked Hopatcong's Daniel Haines in the opening 50 pound bout. Matt Armbuster made it back-to-back falls as he decked Joey Gaccione in the 54-pound bout. At 74 pounds, Tom Zermaneck showed Michael Schullien the gym lights and Nick Gata made it two straight Montville pins when he flattened Eric Blohm in the 78 pound meeting. Tom Jasterbski added a pin against Andrew Mazzella at 90 pounds and Zack Dubnoff was awarded a forfeit win at 94 pounds. Taylor Meytrott pinned Nick Colson at 123 pounds with Andrew Barnish posting a decision over Armondo Alameda in the 130 pound matchup.
In the victory over Jefferson, Phillips got Montville off on the winning track when he pinned Joey Mazza in the opening 50 pound weight division. Armbruster followed by decking Victor Signorelli at 54 pounds and Cody Phillips recorded a technical fall over Brian VanderPloeg in the 58 pound bout.
At 62 pounds, Matt Chierci turned Anthony Vasile on his back and touched his shoulder blades to the mat and his brother Anthony matched that effort by decking Jake Bohn in the 66 pound match. Zermaneck recorded a major decision over Frank Strumolo at 74 pounds and Jasterbski added a pin of Alex Arvanis at 90 pounds. Meytrott pinned Will Duschek at 123 pounds and Barnish was awarded a forfeit win at 130 pounds as was Tyler Martin at 147 pounds.

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