WILKES-BARRE, Pa — Junior Christian Gramuglia won his second-consecutive tournament title and three other Oswego State wrestlers finished in the top six in a field of 12 college teams at the Ned McGinley Tournament hosted over the weekend by King’s College.

Gramuglia won a pair of falls, one decision, and one medical forfeit on his way to the 165-pound title.

At 184, Aidan Mathews won a pair of matches by fall and won by a medical forfeit before losing a 6-2 decision to the top seed in the semifinals. Mathews won the consolation by fall (4:53) and end up placing third in his bracket.

Isaac Mathews came into the 174-pound bracket seeded fifth and won his opening bout by fall (4:37). He lost an 8-3 decision before winning his next three bouts by scores of 5-1, 12-3 (major decision), and 8-5 to finish in fifth.

Freshman John DeConno won a 14-4 major decision in his opener and then won by fall (5:25) against the fifth seed. He took a 9-4 decision against the No. 4 seed. He wound up placing sixth after decision losses to the top seed and in his final two matchups.

The Lakers will host the 51st annual New York State Collegiate Championships on Sunday, Nov. 24. 


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