Nassau County Dual Meet championship: Wantagh 45, MacArthur 16

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Wantagh defeated MacArthur, 45-16, in the Nassau County Dual Meet wrestling championship at Clarke High School.

Wantagh's Conor Contorno drives MacArthur's Steven Schneider to
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Wantagh's Conor Contorno drives MacArthur's Steven Schneider to the mat. Schneider went on to a 21-4 match victory. (Jan. 26, 2013)

Wantagh's Joe Hill (top) gains position on MacArthur's
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Wantagh's Joe Hill (top) gains position on MacArthur's Mike Brown. Hill defeated Brown 4-2. (Jan. 26, 2013)

Wantagh's Chris Araoz works MacArthur's Justin Cooksey to
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Wantagh's Chris Araoz works MacArthur's Justin Cooksey to his back. Araoz went win on a 10-6 decision. (Jan. 26, 2013)

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Wantagh's John Loew (top) works Travis Cooksey to
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Wantagh's John Loew (top) works Travis Cooksey to his back. Cooksey won in overtime 3-2. (Jan. 26, 2013)

MacArthur's Niem Al-Qaadir (top) works Wantagh's Joe Ulino
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MacArthur's Niem Al-Qaadir (top) works Wantagh's Joe Ulino to his back. Ulino defeated Al-Qaadir by an 8-7 decision. (Jan. 26, 2013)

Wantagh's Kyle Quinn (top) pins MacArthur's Vinny Thron
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Wantagh's Kyle Quinn (top) pins MacArthur's Vinny Thron in 0:50. (Jan. 26, 2013)

Wantagh's Matt Langan (top) drives MacArthur's Anthony Boccasini
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Wantagh's Matt Langan (top) drives MacArthur's Anthony Boccasini to the mat. Langan went on to win with a 4-2 decision. (Jan. 26, 2013)

MacArthur's Nick Tangredi (blue/red) is pinned by Wantagh's
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MacArthur's Nick Tangredi (blue/red) is pinned by Wantagh's Dan McDevitt in 1:36. (Jan. 26, 2013)

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