Two-time NJ state champion Doug Blake was the first and last wrestler to win a state title at Hackettstown.
Hank Deibel was a finalist in 1979, and Todd Garriques was a two-time medalist 25 years later.
NJ state medalist Owen Vernon went on to become an NCAA All-American at Centenary.
Alex Carida was a top-three NJ state medalist in 2018.
The top five wrestlers in Tigers history produced seven NJ medals and two state titles and includes a two-time NJ state champion, a finalist, a two-time medalist, and two top-three medalists!
Check out the best wrestlers in Hackettstown history ranked by state medals!
Here are the top five!
Rank - Name - Year - Score - Medals
#1 - Doug Blake - 1968 - 32 - 1,1
#2 - Todd Garriques - 1992 - 17 - 3,5
#3 - Hank Deibel - 1979 - 12 - 2
#4 - Alex Carida - 2018 - 10 - 3
#4 - Owen Vernon - 2008 - 10 - 3
There have been 9 wrestlers who have won 11 medals in Hackettstown history!
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