We break down the toughest weight classes at the New Jersey state tournament from the 1960s.
Each weight class is scored by adding up the career scores of all the wrestlers.
Ed Kochakji of Bergenfield won the decades two toughest weight classes!
Check out the toughest weight classes from 1960 to 1969 ranked by NJ state medals!
Here are the top five!
Rank - Year - Weight - Score - Medalists
#1 - 1967 - 123 - 107 - Ed Kochakji, Bergenfield; Joe Lemmo, South Plainfield; Bruce Saunders, Southern; Ronald Smith, Rahway;
#2 - 1966 - 115 - 107 - Ed Kochakji, Bergenfield; Joe Lemmo, South Plainfield; Darwin Popow, Williamstown; Charles Russo, Phillipsburg;
#3 - 1964 - 130 - 104 - Dave Pruzansky, Passaic; Carlos Fontanez, Freehold; Loe DeLuca, Bridgewater-Raritan; Roland Scheller, Cranford;
#4 - 1962 - 115 - 98 - Wayne Hicks, Somerville; Richard Gilmore, Fair Lawn; Jim Wilhelm, Dover; Allen Barnes, Haddonfield;
#5 - 1964 - 157 - 96 - Lee Castner, Washington; Reggie Williams, Hackensack; Les Snook, Newton; James Grieco, Brick Township;
Over 90 weight classes are included in this ranking!
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