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10 Long Island wrestlers to watch in 2018-19

South Side's Kyle Mosher wrestles against MacArthur's Christian

South Side's Kyle Mosher wrestles against MacArthur's Christian Dougherty in the Nassau Division I quarterfinals at 145 pounds on Feb. 10, 2018. Credit: Howard Schnapp

Adam Busiello, Sr., Eastport-South Manor: The 4-time state champion went 49-0 as a junior as he won the state title at 126 pounds.

Sean Carter, Sr., North Babylon: Carter went 41-8 on his way to the Suffolk title and fourth in the state at 113 pounds.

Corey Connolly, Sr., Rocky Point: The Suffolk champion at 152 went 48-6 and finished fourth in the state.

Josiah Encarnacion, Jr., Wantagh: A two-time Nassau champion, he won the Nassau title at 106 last year and finished 51-4 on his way to a fourth-place finish in the state.

Chase Liardi, So., Massapequa: The Nassau champ and state runner-up at 99 pounds went 45-4 as a freshman.

Kyle Mosher, Sr., South Side/East Rockaway: Mosher has won two Nassau titles, including last year at 145. He has placed in the Nassau tournament five times and the state tournament four times.

Zach Redding, Jr., Eastport-South Manor: One of two returning state champs, Redding also has a third place state finish as a freshman under his belt.

Logan Sciotto, Jr., Rocky Point: Sciotto went 56-6 and finished third in both Suffolk and the state at 113.

Joey Slackman, Sr., Commack: The runner-up at 285 in both Suffolk and in the state lost only twice while picking up 46 wins at 285.

Jordan Titus, So., Center Moriches: A two-time state runner up, Titus went 39-2 last season on his way to capturing his second Suffolk Division II title, this time at 106.

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