Step onto the mat with Newsday's high school writers as they cover Long Island wrestling.
Friars dominate Kellenberg: Notes from Wednesday's match
St. Anthony's rolled past Kellenberg in Wednesday night's CHSAA dual meet:
Assistant Coach Keith Eckert, who filled in for the sick Tony Walters last night, had this to say: "We had a couple of guys who were banged up that we were resting. We have a big weekend coming up at the Union-Endicott Duals, and we are looking to do really well there."
"We knew our backups could get the job done."
Grant Greene dominated. at 125 against Zach Indovino en route to the MD. The former state champion and Northwestern-bound grappler appears to be hitting his stride.
Greene, like Eckert, talked about the importance of having backups who can step up and lead the team to dual wins over quality teams like Kellenberg.
"We didn't even have half our lineup here tonight," Greene said. "A lot of our starters weren't here, but we still won those matches."