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Dubuque and Gonyea

Columbia Wrestling Coach Servidone, Michael Gonyea, Coach Lapp, Dylan Dubuque and Coach DeNisio.

Columbia wrestlers Dylan Dubuque (195 lb.) and Michael Gonyea (113 lb.) both placed 5th at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association 2017 Wrestling Championships in Albany this past weekend, earning spots on the podium.

“Michael and Dylan showed true determination and guts in wrestling in the New York State wrestle back elimination rounds after earlier tough quarter round defeats to place as New York All Americans,” said head coach Anthony Servidone.

Columbia finished 12th out of 120 teams in NYS Division I based on the performance of its four wrestlers in the state tournament: Dubuque, Gonyea, John Devine and Trent Nadeau.

As part of the opening ceremony, Devine carried the Section 2 flag and led the procession of wrestlers because he won the Section 2 Sportsmanship Award. The award is voted on by all of the Section’s coaches.

State Tournament Final Results