Coxsackie-Athens’ Schyler Caringi won the 132-pound championship in the Eastern State Girls Wrestling Tournament on Friday.
Caringi pinned a 5-time All-American in the semifinals, punching her ticket to the finals where she major decisioned her opponent, 12-3.
C-A also sent several wrestlers to the Joe McCabe Invitational at Maple Hill High School on Saturday.
Logan Campbell won the championship in the 113-pound weight class, pinning Tamarac’s Torin Bishop in :56 in the final. Campbell started the tournament with a :24 pin of Brady Lyons of Watervliet in the quarterfinals, then pinned Caleb Carpenter of Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George in 3:30 in the semis.
Seth Dillworth finished third in the 220-pound division for C-A, while Colin Riley took fourth in the 160-pound division.
Three Ichabod Crane wrestlers took home championships in their respecctive weight divisions. Jair Gomez won by technical fall over Trevor Bishop of Tamarac, 20-4, in the 99-pound division; Omar Martinez pinned D’Vante Ortiz of Tamarac in 3:40 in the 106-pound division and Jerald Rhoades pinned Anthony Delmonico of Watervliet in 2:38 in the 138-pound division.
Maple Hill’s Caleb Svingala has yet to lose a match this season, winning the 126-pound division with a pin of Watervliet’s Peyton White in 1:35 in the final.
Claiming third-place finishes were Thomas Mehrige (!06) and Javier Ayarza (120) of Maple Hill and Janoy Harrison (132) of Ichabod Crane.
Earning fourth-place finishes were Vince Colvin (99) and Anthony Sturgis (220) of Maple Hill, Chris Doty (195) of Taconic Hills and Connor Pesce (285) of Ichabod Crane.
Tamarac took home the team championship in the 15-team field with 243 points. Whitehall/Fort Ann was second with 198, followed by Watervliet (180), Maple Hill (160), Ichabod Crane (148) and Coxsackie-Athens (139).
Catskill was 10th with 51.5, Taconic Hills finished 13th with 30 and Cairo-Durham took 14th with 22.