Dylan Ryder of Half Hollow Hills West at the Newsday...

Dylan Ryder of Half Hollow Hills West at the Newsday 2017-18 wrestling preview shoot on Monday, Dec. 4, 2017. Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

Dylan Ryder, Half Hollow Hills West, Sr.

Ryder went 41-1 last season en route to Suffolk and state titles at 106 pounds. As a sophomore, Ryder was a Suffolk champ and state runner-up. Has a career mark of 84-3.

Adam Busiello, Eastport-South Manor, Jr.

A three-time state champion and four-time state finalist, Busiello had a 47-1 record at 120. The six-time Super 32 Tournament champion has a career record of 195-8.

Justin Vines, Wantagh, Sr.

A two-time Nassau champion, went 49-3 and won a state title at 126. Vines was fourth in the state as a sophomore, and has a career record of 162-18.

Jacori Teemer, Long Beach, Sr.

Four-time Nassau and state champion. Attempting to become the second wrestler in the state (and first from Long Island) to win five state crowns. Was 29-1 at 132, and is 170-5 for his career.

Jake Silverstein, Hauppauge, Sr.

He went 41-2 at 138 and was a state runner-up. He was also second in the state as a freshman. The senior has a career record of 188-13.

Deonte Wilson, Amityville, Sr.

The defending Suffolk champ and state runner-up at 285 pounds went 36-4. Wilson was a state qualifier as a sophomore. He has a career record of 135-21.

Anthony Sciotto, Rocky Point, Sr.

Suffolk champ at 113 and third in the state with a 45-3 mark. Fifth in the state as a sophomore at 99 pounds. Sciotto is 147-24 for his career.

Jordan Titus, Center Moriches, Fr.

Titus was the Suffolk Division II champion and state runner-up at 99 pounds as an eighth grader for the Red Devils. Titus lost the state final match in overtime.

Jack Bokina, Mattituck, Sr.

Was the Suffolk Division II champ and state runner-up at 126 when he sported a 47-4 record. The three-time state placewinner has a career record of 159-35.

Luke Bokina, Mattituck, Sr.

Was a state qualifier as a sophomore. Last season, went 48-7 and was the Suffolk Division II champ and state runner-up at 120. Overall, has a career record of 144-33.

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