Pentucket Sachems Wrestling '19-'20

'Cats roll at 'Yell'


Whittier Tech romped to the title at the Travis Yell Duals to cap a tremendous 26-2 dual-meet season, which is believed to be a school record. The Wildcats crushed the competition, including Masconomet in the finals, 55-27.

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Wrestling, 02/08/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Jackson 2nd in CAL


It was a rough day for Pentucket at the Cape Ann League/Northeast Conference Tournament, placing ninth out of 12 teams, but Tucker Jackson had a good day, takibng second at 170.

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Wrestling, 02/01/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Collazo sparks Whittier


It was a good day for Whittier Tech Saturday at the Dan Gionet Tournament in Pelham and an even better day for Wildcat junior Jeremias Collazo.

Collazo won the 160-pound title in dramatic fashion, winning 5-4 in the semifinals and then 10-8 in overtime over Pelham's Evan Haskins and was then named the tourney Outstanding Wrestler. That highlighted a fine team performance as the Wildcats finished second to Tyngsboro in the 15-team field.

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Wrestling, 01/18/20 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Wildcats now 8-1


Whittier Tech continued to surge on the mat, improving to 8-1 with a quad-meet sweep at Pentucket. Lukas Rousseau (138) and Jeremias Collazo (160) continued their fine seasons and, along with Ethan Calderwood (145) and heavyweight Erickson Rivas were all 3-0. 

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Wrestling, 12/31/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Timberlane B team prevails


Timberlane certainly displayed its depth Friday.

While its varsity starters were battling it out at the first day of the Lowell Holiday Tournament, the Owls' B team placed first at the 21-team Pentucket Holiday Tournament.

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Wrestling, 12/27/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Titles for Brown, Gangi


 CJ Brown won his second tournament in two weeks in impressive fashion and Joe Gangi followed his lead as Methuen finished fourth at the Wakefield Tournament.

Brown (170) and Gangi (138) won all their matches with first period pins with Gangi getting a 35-second fall in the finals. Also for the Rangers, Michael Crowe was the runner-up at 113 while freshmen Jack Stoddard (106) and surprising Josiah Concepcion took thirds.

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Wrestling, 12/21/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Legacey, Gil 3-0


Short-handed Pentucket lost three times in a quad-meet but 152-pounder Chris Legacey and 220-pounder David Gil were both 3-0 on the day.



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Wrestling, 12/14/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars