167 Broad Street 
Manasquan, NJ 08736
(732) 528-8820

(Monmouth County)

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Mascot
Warriors

Colors
Navy, Grey, & White

Athletic Director
Pete Cahill

Head Coach
Matt Voskian
(10th Season in 2019)

Assistants
Michael Dahrouge
Jason Snyder


Section
CJ Group 2

Division
A-Central

District
21

Region
6




Team Championships

District Champions in 1979

Individual Champions

7 State Place Winners
(Last: Schappert - 98)

6 Region Champions
(Last: Simek & Crabtree - 80)

26 District Champions
(Last: Rinaldo - 04)






Shore Conference Wrestling

Overall Record:  0-0  /  Shore Conference:  0-0  /  B-North:  0-0


12/15: Warriors Finish 10th at IceBreaker

2nd Place
182: Shane Ownes

3rd Place
138: Ethan Dzenis

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2019 Season Preview

Head Coach: Matt Voskian (10th Season)

Returning Wins Leader in 2018
Ethan Dzenis (29-9)

Returning Career Wins Leader
Ethan Dzenis (48 wins)

Fun Fact
Ethan Dzenis will be the first returning District medal winner in the Warriors' lineup since Harry Warner in 2012-2013.

Where They Open
TBD

Circle The Date
12/18: vs Shore Regional  -  The Warriors have a lot of starters returning, so we'll focus on their opening dual against the Blue Devils to see if the team is ready to take a step up in 2019.



A young team with a lot of new faces from a large freshmen class, as well as a good number from the football program, are in the room, giving Manasquan some very strong numbers in 2019.

The Warriors return the bulk of their experience in the lower half of the lineup. Senior Ethan Dzenis returns after a big 2018 that saw him record a team high 29 wins, and place 2nd in District 23. Also back for Manasquan is senior Bella Serrano, a 4-year starter who will be among a trio of girls, along with America Garay and Lia Mendoza, aiming for a trip to AC for NJ's first ever All-Girls State Tournament. Back at 106 for 'Squan is Peter Berlin, coming off a 16-win rookie season. The Warriors also return 17-match winner Jackson Jannarone, a junior, and sophomore Orlando Osorio. Osorio really improved with experience as the season rolled on last year, winning 12 of his final 15 bouts. He could be in for a breakout year in 2019.

There will be a lot of new faces competing for spots in the lineup in the upper half. Senior Shane Ownes will be the anchor up top for the Warriors. He is coming off a 24-win season and gives the Warriors a strong veteran presence up top. Other than Ownes, the only other projected starter with varsity experience will be junior Joseph Introna.

The strong numbers in the room, and the open slots in the lineup, create a very competitive room. With just a handful of seniors, it will be a young team, but the hope will be that the competition in the room will have the team continuing to improve as the season rolls on, as they look to qualify for the Sectionals, and set several individuals up for strong postseason runs.



Possible Lineup in 2019
Wgt
 Wrestler
Record
Tournaments
106
 (So) Peter Berlin
16-21

113
 (Sr) Bella Serrano
6-5

120
 (So) Vito Casale


120
 (Fr) Jake Edwards


120
 (So) Gio Guzman
1-3

120/126
 (Fr) David Lisk


126
 (So) Orlando Osorio
12-18

132
 (Jr) Jackson Jannarone
17-17

132
 (Fr) Bryan Juarez


138
 (Sr) Ethan Dzenis
29-9
2nd D23
138/145
 (Fr) Jose Avila


138/145
 (Fr) Gavin Meseroll


145
 (Sr) Jude Clark


145
 (Fr) Frank Loria


160
 (Jr) Joseph Introna
1-13

160/170
 (So) Evan Meloro


182
 (Sr) Shane Ownes
24-13

195
 (So) Trey McCallum


220
 (Jr) Jarrett Sansone


220
 (Fr) Joe Cavanaugh


Hwt
 (So) Jay Hilla


                
                                                               
                 
                                                       






Graduated in 2018
Wgt
 Wrestler
Record
152
 Peter Pastelak 11-21
152
 Anthony Whille 10-23
160
 Charles Barreda 8-10
182
 Luke Hessinger 20-14