WRESTLERS OF THE WEEK

FOR THE WEEK ENDING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH

 

 
 

  Connor Bushey  

  Beekmantown Eagles  

 
 
Connor is 29-4 on the season and is only an 8th grader. Connor won the MMU tournament, avenging one of his four losses in the finals.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH

 

 
 

  Connor Witkiewicz  

  Peru Indians  

 
 
Our Wrestler of the week is Connor Witkiewicz. Connor took home top honors this weekend winning the 138lb weight class at the MMU tournament.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH

 

 
 

  Dustin Goddeau  

  Peru Indians  

 
 
Dustin took home top honors in the 195 pound weight class this past weekend winning the Vergennes tournament.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH

 

 
 

  Hunter Devins  

  Saranac Chiefs  

 
 
Hunter went 5-0 at the Hoosick Falls Duals this weekend and also earned his 100th win. He is the first of our co-WOTW for this week, as we had 2 wrestlers with outstanding accolades this week.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH

 

 
 

  Dolan Gilmore  

  Northern Adirondack Bobcats  

 
 
Dolan took home MOW honors at the Granville Duals this past weekend. Dolan is undefeated in CVAC action this season and has his sights set on representing section 7 at the state championships in Albany this year.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH

 

 
 

  Bryce Smith  

  Saranac Chiefs  

 
 
After a disappointing finish in a stacked weight class at the Peru Classic where Bryce did not place as high as he had hoped, Bryce rebounded with a 4th place finish at the prestigious Eastern States Classic. Bryce was the lone section 7 wrestler to place at the Eastern States this year.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH

 

 
 

  Zach Swyers  

  Peru Indians  

 
 
Zach is our WOTW for the second time this season! Zach won the Peru classic this weekend, is currently 20-0 and hasn't been taken down yet this season. Zach looks ready to go heading into the Eastern States this coming weekend.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH

 

 
 

  Alex Clancy  

  Saranac Chiefs  

 
 
Our Wrestler of the Week is only an eighth grader but is making a name for himself this season. After a tough loss in the sectionals last season, Alex has come back with a vengeance. He is currently undefeated and and has won both the Early Bird Tournament and the North Country Invitational. Remember his name as you are sure to be hearing more of this kid in a big way!
FOR THE WEEK ENDING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH

 

 
 

  Zach Swyers  

  Peru Indians  

 
 
Zach is currently a 2 time sectional champ and undefeated on the season. Zach earned the MOW award at the Tioga winter classic. After 2 years of making the blood rounds in the state tournament, he plans to make the podium this year.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH

 

 
 

  Alex Christman  

  Saranac Chiefs  

 
 
This week we have Co- Wrestlers of the week once again. Alex is already a 3 time sectional champion and is currently undefeated. Alex captured the MOW award at the Livermore this weekend and is looking to make it onto the state podium this year in Albany.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH

 

 
 

  Alijah Seymour  

  Peru Indians  

 
 
Our Second Co-Wrestler of the week is Alijah Seymour of Peru. Alijah is a 3 time section 7 champ and a one time NYS placer already. He is 2-0 in Duals this year and Pinned last years section 3 champ in the Finals of the Anderson tournament earning him MOW of the tournament. Look for Alijah to make his climb towards the top of the NYS podium this year.

Trivia Answer: That was none other than Pat Clancy.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH

 

 
 

  Bryce Smith  

  Saranac Chiefs  

 
 
This week will feature Co-Wrestlers of the week for section 7. Both had similar accolades during the week and both needed to be acknowledged. First up is Bryce Smith. Bryce is already a 4 time sectional Champion and Two time State placer. This past week he went 2-0 in dual meet competition and then over the weekend won his weight class at the Early Bird Tournament and Picked up the Nate Wood award along with the MOW award. Look for Bryce to make a big statement this year at the state tournament.
Trivia Question: What Former NY State Champ and Saranac Graduate is in this Pic with Bryce?