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Titans

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Royal Blue & Orange

Athletic Director
Thomas Stark

Coach
Chris DeTalvo
(11th Season in 2019)

Assistants
Jason Wombough
Uriel Morfin
John Thornton
Nic Vloyanetes

Section
CJ Group 1

Division
B-Central


District
20

Region
5


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TEAM TITLES

Division Titles - 2

INDIVIDUALS

1 State Champion
(Last: Sutton - 2015)

2 State Medalists
(Last: Sutton - 2015)

1 Region Champion
(Last: Sutton - 2015)

7 District Champions
(Last: Liseno - 2017)

RECORDS

Career Wins - 100
Tyree Sutton
(2012-2015)

Single Season Wins - 41
Tyree Sutton
(2015)

100 WIN CLUB

Tyree Sutton - 100






Overall Record: 0-1  /  Shore Conference:  0-0  /  B-Central:  0-0



12/15: Spotswood  65  -  Keansburg  6  (BOX SCORE)
Read and Berescky win for KBurg






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2019 Season Preview

The Titans have a strong group returning from last season and should feature a lineup littered with experience up and down.

The big gun returning for Keansburg is senior Liam Riecks. The senior is a 2-time District medal winner, with 55 career wins, that will anchor the upper portion of the lineup that will be where the Titans are breaking in the majority of their new faces. Among those new faces competing for varsity time in the 182-Hwt range are a group of frosh that includes promising newcomers Glenn Pitius and Keyshaun CoppingerWard. 

The deepest part of the lineup lies in the 138-170 range. Patrick Edwards, Elijah Moore, Yaseen Zaky, and Isiah Stanton are all returning starters from a year ago, and Josh Celia rejoins the lineup after starting in 2017. There are good numbers behind them, including promising freshman Michael Moro.

Down low, from 106-132, the numbers are a bit thin, but Shea Hoff, Gavyn Read, Jesse Berescky, and Kobi Ferrer are all returning starters with double digit wins in 2018. So while it might not be the deepest group, it is a foursome capable of racking up the wins this year for KBurg.

With just about everyone from last season's team back, the Titans will look to take a step forward in 2019. They look to improve upon last year's record and be competitive in the division and sectional races. As long the team stays healthy, there's no reason to think the Titans won't take a step forward this season.


Head Coach: Chris DeTalvo (11th Season / Record: 94-153)

Returning Wins Leader From 2018
Liam Riecks (25-7)

Returning Career Wins Leader in 2019
Liam Riecks (55 wins)

Fun Fact
The Titans are the only team besides Pt Beach and Shore to win the B-Central Title.

Where They Open
12/15: vs. Spotswood


Possible Lineup In 2019
Wgt
 Wrestler
Record
2018
106
 (Jr) Shea Hoff
10-18

120
 (Jr) Kobi Ferrer
11-13

126
 (Jr) Gavyn Read
16-9

132
 (So) Jesse Berescky
18-10

138
 (Fr) Michael Moro


138
 (Sr) Josh Celia


138
 (So) Hasem Zaky


138
 (Jr) Magnus Sanchez
0-3

145
 (Sr) Patrick Edwards
12-15

145
 (Jr) Jacob Quigley


145
 (Fr) Christian Rasmussen


145
 (Fr) Andrew Danville


152
 (Jr) Elijah Moore
11-13

160
 (Sr) Yaseen Zaky
9-11

160
 (Jr) Matthew Gillen


170
 (Sr) Isaiah Stanton
7-14

170
 (Jr) Jacob Duran


182
 (Fr) Glenn Pitius


182
 (Fr) James Sutton


195
 (Sr) Liam Riecks
25-7
3rd D17
220
 (Sr) Cody Arcic
2-3

220
 (Fr) Isaiah Fletcher


Hwt
 (Fr) Keyshaun CoppingerWard


Hwt
 (Fr) Jonathan Beattie


Hwt
 (Jr) Jeremy Gochez


               
                                                           
              
                                                             





Graduated in 2018
Wgt
 Wrestler
Record
160
 Krishna Shah 0-3
182
 Oscar Trujillo 2-3
220
 Traevon Stevens 18-9
220
 Jamaal Gordon 3-9
             
                                
              
























































































































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