State wrestling champ 2014: James O'Hagan

The speed of 285-pounder James O'Hagan helped him pin Michael Manni of Tappan Zee in 2:33 to become Seaford's first state wrestling champion. He finished the season at 39-1 and a career record of 127-12. (Credit: Newsday / Chris Ware and Gregg Sarra) (Photo Credit: Thomas A. Ferrara, Jim McIsaac and Pat Orr)

James O'Hagan of Seaford High School shoots opponent Michael Manni of Tappan Zee High School during the NYSPHSAA Wrestling Championships on Mar. 1, 2014 at the Times Union Center in Albany, NY.

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