Abington Journal

Abington Heights wins inaugural Comet Clash Wrestling Tournament title

The Abington Heights junior high wrestling team won the first-ever Comet Clash Tournament Jan. 27.

The Abington Heights junior high wrestling team won the first-ever Comet Clash Tournament Jan. 27. From left, first row, are Christopher Giallorenzi, Zachary Rice, Aidan Ryan, Luke Sirianni, Brady Kareha, Kavan Hughes, Tomaso Lello, Sam Stevens, Jerome Wheeler. Second row, Michael Smith, Santo Schiavone, Liam Walter, Julian Blanco, Shaine Hughes, Zachary Meckwood, Grant McGinley, Cole Kroptavich, coach John Diven. Third row, head coach Morgan Craig, coach Steve Kroptavich, Hutch Lynott, Salvatore Schiavone, Jacob Scott, Dean Phillips, Tomas de los Rios, Cole Reese, Connor MacPhereson, coach Pete Smith Sr., coach Jonathan Davis and coach Mike Sirianni.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/web1_ABJ-Comet-Clash-1.jpgThe Abington Heights junior high wrestling team won the first-ever Comet Clash Tournament Jan. 27. From left, first row, are Christopher Giallorenzi, Zachary Rice, Aidan Ryan, Luke Sirianni, Brady Kareha, Kavan Hughes, Tomaso Lello, Sam Stevens, Jerome Wheeler. Second row, Michael Smith, Santo Schiavone, Liam Walter, Julian Blanco, Shaine Hughes, Zachary Meckwood, Grant McGinley, Cole Kroptavich, coach John Diven. Third row, head coach Morgan Craig, coach Steve Kroptavich, Hutch Lynott, Salvatore Schiavone, Jacob Scott, Dean Phillips, Tomas de los Rios, Cole Reese, Connor MacPhereson, coach Pete Smith Sr., coach Jonathan Davis and coach Mike Sirianni. Submitted photo
The first-place trophy in the inaugural Comet Clash Wrestling Tournament was dedicated to Peter Smith Sr., right, and John Diven, who have built and continue building successful wrestling programs in the community.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/web1_ABJ-Comet-Clash-2.jpgThe first-place trophy in the inaugural Comet Clash Wrestling Tournament was dedicated to Peter Smith Sr., right, and John Diven, who have built and continue building successful wrestling programs in the community. Submitted photo