Plenty of high school wrestling stories for your viewing pleasure this morning.

Here is a story from Day 1 of the CHSAA state tournament at St. Anthony's, where new Friar Jamel Hudson shone. Hudson believes he should be talked about with the team's "Triple Threat" of Chris Brienza, Jimmy Morris and Grant Greene (pictured), and he's certainly making a case for it.

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The CHSAA finals are 2 p.m. today at St. Anthony's.

Here is a story from Day 2 of the Nassau championships at Hofstra, where Great Neck South's Daniel Cataldi earned an impressive 9-3 upset win over defending champ Dylan Palacio of Long Beach. In Division II, Valley Stream North's Cyle Sicurella did his best Jack Bauer impression.

Saturday at Stony Brook, Glenn's Nick Terdick earned the 152-pound Suffolk title with a 3-2 win over Islip's Kyle Wade. Also, Mike Soria of Kings Park forfeited to his twin brother Max, reciprocating his gesture from a season ago. Sean Heaney of Mattituck was sluggish, but hung on for the 189-pound Division II title.