Wrestler of the Year
152 pounds: Jack Clark
St. Augustine Prep, Sr. (24-0)
The Press Wrestler of the Year won his first District 32 and Region 8 titles and became the first Cape-Atlantic League wrestler since 2007 to win a state title. Clark, ranked fourth in the country at 152 pounds, will wrestle at North Carolina next season.
Vineland, Jr. (26-4)
Bergamo finished second in District 31 and then reached states for the first time with a second-place finish in Region 8.
Holy Spirit, Jr. (38-3)
D'Arcy eclipsed the 100-win plateau this season as a junior. He finished fourth in the prestigious Beast of the East tournament, won his third District 32 title, his first Region 8 title and finished second in the state.
Absegami, Jr. (30-8)
D'Alfonso finished third in District 32 and was able to wrestle back to third in Region 8 to qualify for states for the first time.
Absegami, Soph. (30-5)
Patsaros won his first District 32 title, ensuring the Braves a 29th consecutive season with at least one district champ and missed out on states by one match with a fourth-place finish in Region 8.
Southern Regional, Sr. (24-9)
Brown won his first District 24 title and reached states with a third-place finish in Region 6.
Southern Regional, Jr. (29-5)
Wilhelm won his second District 24 title and his first Region 6 title to qualify for states for the first time.
Southern Regional, Sr. (31-6)
Wilhelm won his third District 24 title and reached states for the second time with his first Region 6 title. Wilhelm, who became the 11th wrestler in school history to win 100 matches earlier this season, finished fifth at states to finish his career as a two-time state place-winner. Wilhelm will wrestle at Stevens Institute of Technology next season.
Egg Harbor Township, Sr. (34-5)
Ingersoll finished second in District 32 but bounced back to win his first Region 8 title to qualify for states.
Hammonton, Sr. (42-2)
Whitney won the District 30 and Region 8 titles to reach states for the first time. Whitney had a state-leading 41 wins entering the state tournament.
Southern Regional, Sr. (31-10)
Jorge finished second in District 24 and third in Region 6 but beat a pair of seeded wrestlers on opening night of the state tournament on his way to finishing eighth.
Ocean City, Sr. (37-3)
Won his first District 32 and Region 8 titles to reach states for the first time.
St. Joseph, Jr. (39-4)
LaFragola won his second District 30 title, finished second in Region 8 and then wrestled his way to a seventh-place finish in the state.
Millville, Sr. (38-2)
Shockley won his second District 31 title and his first Region 8 title to become a two-time state qualifier. He finished fourth in the state, becoming Millville's first state place-winner since two-time state champ Mark Saul in 1996. Shockley, who will play football at Villanova next season, passed Saul on the school's all-time wins list.
Southern Regional, Sr. (30-9)
A big reason why the Rams won a fourth straight South Jersey Group IV title, Bauta won the District 24 title and reached states for the first time with a second-place finish in Region 6.
St. Augustine Prep, Jr. (29-10)
Lynd won his second District 32 title and his first Region 8 title to reach states for the first time. He lost in overtime to eventual state champ Andrew Stevens of Camden in the pre-quarterfinals at states.
Andrew Solomon, Cedar Creek, Fr.
Eric Pruszinski, Lower Cape May Regional, Jr.
Chris Crane, Southern Regional, Jr.
Andrew Tonneson, Southern Regional, Sr.
Ed Donahue, St. Augustine Prep, Sr.; Brandon Curtis, Middle Township, Sr.
Tom Poklikuha, Pinelands Regional, Jr; Chaz Bramble, Buena Regional, Jr.
Jarred Hodges, St. Augustine Prep, Jr.
Nick Racanelli, Southern Regional, Sr.
Joe Cutugno, Atlantic City, Sr.
Connor Dixon, Millville, Sr.
James Bennett, St. Augustine Prep, Sr.
Cory Damiana, Lower Cape May Regional, Sr.
Obi Kali, Millville, Sr.
Doug Flitcroft, Lower Cape May Regional, Sr.
Egg Harbor Township
Lower Cape May Regional
St. Augustine Prep