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Menendez named MVP for Hauppauge at Newburgh Duals

Chance Menendez won by pin in 45 seconds in the 171-pound final to lead Hauppauge to a 49-25 win over Valley Stream Central at the Newburgh Free Academy Duals Saturday.

Menendez was named team MVP with three pins and a major decision.

In other matches, Jesse Marro made an escape with eight seconds remaining in a 4-3 win over Nick Oddo at 152 pounds as Hauppauge defeated Arlington, 55-12.

NASSAU DUAL MEET PLAYOFFS

East Meadow 33, Farmingdale 27: Rob Bianco won a 3-1 decision over Cleo Brown at 145 pounds to lead East Meadow in the dual meet quarterfinals at Uniondale.

Farmigdale 34, Calhoun 24: Farmingdale's Casey Marlow scored a major decision over Austin Hecker, 14-1, at 103 pounds in the the first round of the Nassau dual meet tournament.

Locust Valley 36, Great Neck North 22: Jack Dituro pinned John Cohen in 1:23 at 140 pounds to give Locust Valley a 24-19 lead in the quarterfinals.

Clarke 34, Locust Valley 33: Tom Randazzo earned an 11-2 major decision over Sam Casella in the final match of the night at 171 pounds to win it for host Clarke in the dual quarterfinals.

NON-LEAGUE

West Babylon 36, St. Anthony's 32: John Wilkinson pinned John Desir in 4:27 at 285 pounds to lead West Babylon (19-2) from a 32-30 deficit. West Babylon forfeited the 160 class.

Commack 64, Kellenberg 10: Chris Palazzolo a scored takedown in the final second of the match to win a 3-1 decision over Pat Healy at 140 pounds for Commack (10-9) at the Glenn Duals.

Di Iorio named MOW. Sachem East's Chris Di Iorio won a 7-4 decision over Smithtown West's Jake Smith in the 189-pound final and was named the most outstanding wrestler at the Smithtown East Tournament.

Whitman 36, Deer Park 29: Adam Doherty pinned Javon Toumbs in 3:53 at 171 pounds for Whitman.

West Islip 39, Central Islip 24: Nick Gennaro defeated Mark Sanchez, 7-6, at 119 points to lead West Islip.

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