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Huskies

Colors
Maroon & Gray

Athletic Director

Philip Tyburczy

Head Coach
Ryan O'Steen
(1st season in 2019)

Assistants
Eric Brown
David Saraiva

Section
CJ Group 3

Division
B-North

District
19

Region
5



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INDIVIDUALS

5 State Placers
(Last: Short - 09)

6 Region Champs
(Last: Short - 10)

35 District Champs
(Last: Conzo/Wiley - 2017)


RECORDS

Career Wins - 131
Johnny Short
(2007-2010)

Season Wins - 36
Johnny Short
(2008 & 2009)


100 WIN CLUB

Johnny Short - 131
Ces Antista - 122
Glenn Cross - 107
Jordan Long - 102





Current Record:  6-8  /  Shore Conference:  6-8  /  B-North:  2-2


1/19: HOLMDEL QUAD
Shore  66  -  Matawan  11  (BOX SCORE)
Holmdel  44  -  Matawan  30  (BOX SCORE)



1/14: NON-DIVISION
Rumson  53  -  Matawan  18  (BOX SCORE)
M: D Rubin (18-1); L Rubin (16-3); O'Neill (17-1)


1/12: MIDDLETOWN SOUTH QUAD
Marlboro  42  -  Matawan  24  (BOX SCORE)
Matawan  32  -  Middletown South  30  (BOX SCORE)
Long Branch  48  -  Matawan  10  (BOX SCORE)


1/10: NON-DIVISION
Pt Beach  39  -  Matawan  30  (BOX SCORE)
M: D Rubin  (14-1); L Rubin (12-3) 





1/5: MONMOUTH QUAD
Matawan  45  -  Manasquan  34  (BOX SCORE)
Matawan  40  -  Pinelands  39  (BOX SCORE)
Matawan  64  -  Monmouth  18  (BOX SCORE)



12/28: Huskies Finish 4th at East Brunswick Bear Invitational

1st Place
106: David Rubin
113: Lee Rubin
120: Kamrin O'Neill

3rd Place
145: Adam Coleman

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12/22: OCEAN TOWNSHIP QUAD
Ocean Township  54  -  Matawan  21  (BOX SCORE)
Wall  46  -  Matawan  24  (BOX SCORE)
Matawan  39  -  Red Bank  33  (BOX SCORE)
M: D Rubin, O'Neill, Kawka go 3-0 on the day


12/19: B-NORTH
Matawan  51  -  Neptune  27  (BOX SCORE)
M: Benko, O'Neill, Quinlan, Arendt, Kawka win by pin



12/15: Huskies Finish 8th at IceBreaker
 
1st Place
120: Kamrin O'Neill

2nd Place
113: Lee Rubin

3rd Place
113: David Rubin

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2019 Season Preview

Head Coach: Ryan O'Steen (1st Season)

Returning Wins Leader From 2018
Kamrin O'Neill (26-9)

Returning Career Wins Leader in 2019
E'Unique Gittens Russell (32 wins)

Fun Fact
Kamrin O'Neill's 24 wins in 2018 was the most for a Matawan frosh since Khalil Haskins in 2013.

Where They Open
12/15: @ IceBreaker Tournament

Circle The Date
12/22: vs Red Bank Regional  -  A forfeit in the final bout snapped a 4-year win streak for the Huskies over RBR last season. Matawan attempts to start a new streak on the 22nd in a quad at Ocean.



A very young team last year, that is looking for bigger things this season under new head coach Ryan O'Steen with the year of experience to their credit. 

The bottom part of the lineup looks like it could be the strength for Matawan, as there is some good talent returning, and some nice depth. Kamrin O'Neill had a great debut season for the Huskies in 2018, leading the team in victories with 26, and advancing to the Regions by placing 2nd in the District 20 Tournament. David and Lee Rubin both had nice debuts as well, mostly splitting time at 106 a year ago. They can provide a good 1-2 punch at 106/113 for the Huskies this season. Also returning for the Huskies, providing senior leadership among all the youth around them, are 15-match winner Daniel Higuita and Moises Rojas.

A trio of returning starters lead the pack in the middle with senior E'Unique Gittens-Russell, junior Thomas Arendt, and sophomore Adam Coleman all back, giving Matawan good middleweight experience.

The numbers are a little lighter up top, so the Huskies will have to do some shifting around. Returning starters Hanan Babar, a senior, and sophomore Ryan Calo are returning starters, so there is some experience to work with. Sophomore heavyweight Elias Kouri saw a little action in 2018, going 4-1.

This has been a hard working group, looking to improve. The sophomore class especially has put the time in to improve and are looking to help carry the program to improving on last year's win total. The lowerweights look strong, so if the hard work put in by the guys in the middle and up top put in pays off, this could be a pretty balanced lineup.



Possible Lineup in 2019
Wgt
 Wrestler
Record
Tournaments
106
 (So) David Rubin
20-4

106
 (Fr) John Benko


106
 (Jr) Nicholas Martinez


106
 (Fr) Daniel Freitag


113
 (So) Lee Rubin
10-6

120
 (So) Kamrin O'Neill
26-9
2nd D20
126
 (Sr) Moises Rojas
4-7

126
 (Fr) Kassandra Miano


126
 (Jr) Jose Higuita Zapata


126/132
 (Sr) Daniel Higuita
15-15

132
 (Fr) Damiano Rotolo


138
 (Fr) David Quinlan


138
 (Fr) Anthony Tatarka


145
 (So) Adam Coleman
8-8

145
 (Fr) Jonathan Velsor


145/152
 (Sr) E'Unique Gittens-Russell
9-5

152
 (Sr) Paul Rosado
0-3

152
 (Fr) Josh Pereira


160
 (Jr) Thomas Arendt
10-14

170
 (So) Ryan Calo
4-10

182
 (Sr) Hanan Babar
4-11

182
 (Fr) Ahmed Hassan


195
 (Sr) Alex Kawka


Hwt
 (So) Elias Kouri
4-1

                
                                                    
                  
                                                                    



Graduated in 2018
Wgt
 Wrestler
Record
2018
132
 Jose Veliz 16-11
152
 Alwayne Mitchell 18-11 2nd D20
220
 Anthony Ayala 2-4
                
                                 
                  
                                               



















































































































































































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