Shoreline Conference State Wrestling Qualifiers 2021


The Shore Conference will send 53 wrestlers to the NJSIAA Championships on Saturday April 24 and Sunday April 25 at Phillipsburg High School. Last weekend at the Super Region tournaments, 13 wrestlers from the Shore Conference won regional titles. Another 14 finished second and another 26 finished third or fourth in their respective weight classes to secure a qualifying spot in the state tournament.

The Shore Conference wrestlers had a very good performance in the central region of the Super, which combined the traditional schools of Region 5 and Region 6, hailing from the counties of Ocean, Monmouth, Middlesex, Burlington, Mercer and Hunterdon . Eleven of the 14 champions and 45 of the 56 qualified for the States of the Super Central Region came from the Shore Conference.

There are at least three Shore Conference States qualified in all 14 weight classes with five representatives atop the conference at 113, 126, and 145 pounds.

Brick Memorial and Howell lead the way with five national qualifiers each. Southern Regional, Rumson-Fair Haven and Christian Brothers Academy each have four national qualifications. Ocean, Colts Neck, St. John Vianney and Matawan will each send three wrestlers to the state tournament.


James Farina, Fr., Ocean (3rd center)

Rickey Gomez, So., Matawan (4th in the center)

Kurt Wehner, Fr., Toms River East (4th south)


Evan Tallmadge, Jr., Brick Memorial (1st in center)

Conor Collins, So., Southern (1st south)

Sebastian Ortega, Fr., Howell (2nd center)

Alex Nini, Fr., CBA (3rd center)

Harrison Gordon, Sr., St. John Vianney (4th in center)


Anthony Santaniello, So., Brick Memorial (1st in center)

Jack Zaleski, So., Middletown South (2nd center)

Garrett Totten, Jr., CBA (3rd center)

Brett Blaess, Sr., Jackson Memorial (4th center)


Vincent Santaniello, Sr., Brick Memorial (1st in center)

Nico Diaz, Jr., St. John Vianney (2nd center)

Nieko Malone, Sr., Howell (3rd center)

Phil Stolfa, Jr., Red Bank (4th center)

Matt Henrich, Fr., South (4th South)


Julian George, So., CBA (1st in center)

Jack Maida, Sr., Shore (2nd center)

Matt Brielmeier, Sr., South (2nd South)

Nick Torre, Sr., Brick Memorial (4th center)


Eddie Hummel, Sr., Southern (1st South)

Giovanni Scafidi, Fr., Canton of Freehold (2nd in the center)

David Hussey, So., Middletown South (3rd in center)

Collin Rolak, Sr., Lacey (4th in the south)


Logan Waller, Sr., Colts Neck (1st center)

Michael Conklin, Sr., Toms River East (2nd south)

Kamrin O’Neill, Sr., Matawan (2nd center)

Riley Simon, Sr., Point Beach (3rd in center)

Donovan DiStefano, Fr., Wall (4th center)


Max Brignola, Sr., Rumson-Fair Haven (1st in center)

Mike. McGhee, Sr., Shore (2nd center)

Paul Jakub, Sr., Howell (4th center)


Hunter Mays, Jr., Howell (1st in center)

Adam Coleman, Sr., Matawan (3rd in center)

Zander Silva, So., CBA (4th center)


Sabino Portella, So., Red Bank Catholic (1st in center)

Shay Addison, Jr., Rumson-Fair Haven (2nd center)

DJ Henry, So., Howell (3rd center)


Jack Kelly, Sr., Rumson-Fair Haven (1st center)

Brendan Newbury, Sr., Wall (2nd center)

Jared Tracey, Jr., Ocean (4th in center)


Blake Clayton, Sr., St. John Vianney (1st in center)

Hudson Skove, Fr., Rumson-Fair Haven (2nd center)

Gavin Claro, Sr., Manalapan (3rd in center)

Vin Ceglie, Sr., Lacey (4th in the south)


Chimdindu Molokwu, So., Jackson Liberty (2nd center)

Ray Santiago, Sr., Colts Neck (3rd center)

Nico Cerbo, Sr., Middletown North (4th in center)


John O’Donnell, Sr., Toms River North (1st in center)

David Szuba, Sr., Brick Memorial (2nd center)

Joe Teresi, Sr., Ocean (3rd in center)

Matt Jannucci, Jr., Colts Neck (4th center)

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