We break down the toughest weight classes at the New Jersey state tournament from the 1980s.
Each weight class is scored by adding up the career scores of all the wrestlers.
Check out the toughest weight classes from 1980 to 1989 ranked by NJ state medals!
Here are the top five!
Rank - Year - Weight - Score - Medalists
#1 - 1988 - 152 - 171 - Anthony Guidi, Mt. Olive; Mike Mazzeo, Emerson; Randy Eno, Ridge; Charles Moorer, Penns Grove; Pat Lynch, Ocean City; Paul Casey, Sparta; Greg Henion, Lenape; Ray DeSimone, Matawan;
#2 - 1989 - 125 - 164 - Tom Walsh, Paul VI; Vic Bernardino, Paulsboro; Jumel Kinchen, Jackson Memorial; Vin Santaniello, Brick Memorial; Corey Miller, Warren Hills; John Mizerek, North Brunswick; Mike Standridge, Randolph; Ted Kacandes, Hunterdon Central;
#3 - 1988 - 125 - 159 - Brett DiNovi, Williamstown; Sam Cole, Long Branch; Mike Kocsis, Phillipsburg; Tom Walsh, Paul VI; Chris Janish, West Essex; Scott Kemp, Fair Lawn; Paul Zawacki, South Plainfield; Andy Van Horn, Pascack Hills;
#4 - 1987 - 149 - 143 - Brian Wells, Pascack Hills; Mike Mazzeo, Emerson; Randy Eno, Ridge; Charles Moorer, Penns Grove; Steve Fano, West Essex; Mike Smear, Cherry Hill West; Mike McAleer, Cherry Hill East; Keith Karsen, DePaul;
#5 - 1987 - 116 - 138 - George Chew, Cumberland; Sam Cole, Long Branch; Brett DiNovi, Williamstown; Hector Moreno, North Bergen; John Murphy, West Morris Mendham; Wayne Murschell, Pitman; Joe Harriman, Emerson; Mike Darlington, Hunterdon Central;
Over 120 weight classes are included in this ranking!
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