It's really hard to win a state title in New Jersey.
Each year only 14 wrestlers are crowned champions at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.
Joe Zweig, Mike Jacoutot, Daryl Kanach, and John Mulligan know it all too well having made it to the finals two times without reaching the top of the podium.
Check out the best wrestlers to never win a state title ranked by NJ state medals from 1970 to 1979!
Here are the top ten!
Rank - Name - Score - Medals
#1 - Joe Zweig - Newton - 31 - 4,2,3
#1 - Mike Jacoutot - Madison Central - 31 - 3,2,4
#3 - Daryl Kanach - Hunterdon Central - 24 - 2,2
#3 - John Mulligan - Hunterdon Central - 24 - 2,2
#3 - Mike Rossetti - Phillipsburg - 24 - 2,2
#3 - Richard Hicks - Haddon Township - 24 - 2,2
#7 - Dean Guyton - Delsea Glassboro - 22 - 2,3
#7 - Glenn Guerin - Randolph - 22 - 3,2
#7 - Greg Muti - Ramsey - 22 - 3,2
#7 - James Young - East Brunswick - 22 - 2,3
#7 - Tyrone Hamilton - Paulsboro - 22 - 3,2
Over 100 wrestlers made the list!
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