Brunswick wrestlers with WNEISWA title 258 points

The Brunswick School wrestling team won the 58th Annual WNEISWA Championships hosted by Hopkins School. Brunswick was able to hold off 20 teams to capture the title for the second year in a row. Additionally, Brunswick won the Team Sportsmanship Award as voted by the league coaches.

The Bruins took first with 258.00 points. The next closest team was Greens Farms Academy with 236.50 points. Grabbing the bronze was Trinity Pawling with 175.00 points. Taking fourth was Avon Old Farms with 142.00 points and Chase Collegiate rounded out the top five with 134.00 points.

Four Bruins were crowned WNEISWA Individual Champions, as Brooks Hennessy (106-pounds), Jon Errico (138-pounds), Matt Marvin (195-pounds) and Joe Fervil (285-pounds) captured the gold.

Brooks Hennessy avenged his only previous loss on the season in his finals match versus the a previously undefeated wrestler ranked No. 2 in NEISWA.

In the 170-pound weight class, Lucas Bell took an impressive second place, losing in the finals to a former NEISWA champion, Trent Bellows of Suffield Academy.

Four other Bruin wrestlers battled through the consolation bracket to take third place, as Sandro Mariani (132-pounds), Kyle Davis (145-pounds), Alex Russell (182-pounds) and Lachlan Rosato (220-pounds) earned huge team points.

Mariani was seeded sixth going into the tournament and his best day of the year (similarly, Rosato was seeded fifth).

Additionally, two Bruins wrestlers took fourth place in Andrew Hennessy (113-pounds) and Jack Jones (152-pounds) fared well.

The tournament win was head coach Tim Ostrye’s 11th WNEISWA team championship, with the first back in 1985.

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