Five wrestlers from Long Island won state titles in Albany this weekend.

131 pounds: Wantagh's Joe Clem

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Joe Clem trailed top-seeded and undefeated Samson McKissick-Staley of Pittsford by one point with 28 seconds remaining. Clem, a senior, hit a neat reversal and scored a point for an illegal clasp to come back for a 5-3 win to claim the Division I state title, his first. Clem (57-3) controlled McKissick (38-1), a sophomore, for the final 13 seconds.

131 pounds: Shoreham-Wading River's Gavin Mangano

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Freshman Gavin Mangano (51-1) was in complete control of his match with No. 3 Jayden Duncanson (Tioga), leading 14-3 before securing the pin at 5:56 for the Division II title.

138 pounds: Mt. Sinai's Brayden Fahrbach

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Senior Brayden Fahrbach held on to defeat two-time state champ Gianni Silvestri of Tioga for the Divison II title. The top-seeed Fahrbach (39-0) took a 4-2 lead into the third period and later led by one. He was able to stop Silvestri’s takedown attempts in the final seconds to secure a 6-5 decision for his second straight state title.

170 pounds: Plainedge's Devin Downes

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Devin Downes, a sophomore, became the first state champ Plainedge in 11 years after decisioning Carmel's Leo Venables. Downes (54-2) used a late takedown for a 6-3 lead in a 6-4 win over the third-seeded Venables to win the 170-pound Division I title.

190 pounds: Cold Spring Harbor's Greyson Meak

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Greyson Meak, in a rematch of last year's 172-pound final, decisioned top-seeded Tavio Hoose of Southwestern, 5-3, to win the 190-pound Division II title. Meak. a junior, held a 5-0 lead in the third period before Hoose started to creep back into it. Meak, the second seed, denied Hoose’s final single-leg takedown attempt with 18 seconds left.

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