1. Sr. Niko Camacho (37-3) Bethlehem Catholic
2. Jr. Jonathan Pineda (33-9) Easton
3. Sr. Charlie Tordik (32-2) North Hunterdon
4. Sr. Jason Schaffer (18-6) Northern Lehigh
5. Jr. Joe Andes (27-9) Hackettstown
Honorable mention (in alphabetical order):; So. Jase Crouse (21-10) Freedom; Sr. Jaret Figueroa (19-12) Liberty; So. Sam Huff (20-14) Voorhees; Sr. Dawson Hughes (16-11) Pen Argyl; Jr. Thomas McKeough (21-12) Bangor; Sr. Trey Polak (28-10) Saucon Valley; Sr. Taylin Zafis (28-15) Warren Hills
NJSIAA state qualifiers: Tordik, Andes
PIAA 3A Northeast Regional qualifiers: Camacho, Pineda, Crous
PIAA 2A Southeast Regional qualifiers: Schaffer, Pola
Comments: Four pins wrapped up Camacho’s D-11 3A crown. Tordik took his first two losses of the season at Region 4 (one a 13-second pin), which causes Pineda, third at D-11 3A, to move up a spot. Schaffer was second in D-11 2A to tourney OW Dan Scheib of Tri-Valley. Andes moves into top 5 after he finished second at Region 3 to continue an impressive season and give Hackettstown two state qualifiers (Alex Carida, 138)
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