Watertown High School sent wrestlers to both the boys and girls State Wrestling tournament, and a pair of wrestlers made runs in their bracket.
Four girls from Watertown participated in the All-State Meet, which was held in Fitchburg on Feb. 26 and 27. While nearly a dozen members of the boys’ team wrestled at the Div. 3 North Meet, with one advancing to sectionals.
Watertown’s Leah Knipper-Davis won her first two matches to get to the semifinals of the Girls All-State 127 pound tournament on Saturday. Ultimately she lost in the third place match on Sunday.
Tessa Master lost her first match in the 160 pound division, but won her first match in the consolation bracket before being eliminated in her third match.
Other Watertown wrestlers who competed in the State Tournament (with weight class):
Alison Sevene (100 pound)
Elizabeth McGrath (136 pound)
Watertown’s Bo Leitner got fourth place in the Div. 3 North meet on Feb. 12 in the 106 pound class by winning his consolation match to get to the third-place match. He was the only Watertown wrestler to compete in the the Div. 3 State Meet on Feb. 18, where he went 0-2.
Brady Gleason won three matches in the 152 pound bracket. Ultimately he won the fifth-place match.
Ribaldo Maguire lost his first match but won two straight in the consolation bracket of the 132 pound class. He ultimately finished sixth place.
Miguel Colon finished sixth in the 138 pound class. He won two matches in the consolation bracket.
In the 145 pound class, Tommy Dicker lost his first match but advanced to the fifth place match. He finished in sixth place.
Eric Tonyan won two matches on the way to the fifth-place match in the 160 pound class. He finished sixth.
Jesse Cavarretta won his first two matches in the 182 pound bracket. Ultimately he fell in the fifth place match.
In the 195 pound class, Isaac Russo won two matches. He finished in sixth place.
Other Watertown wrestlers to compete at the MIAA Boys Div. 3 North Sectionals (with weight class):
Alex Maguire (120 pound)
Brenden Donovan (126 pound)
Stefano Salvucci (170 pound)