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Times' all-Pinellas County wrestling team

A year after his brother did so, Northside Christian’s Dalton Dennis won a state title. In fact, he was the county’s only wrestler to win a state championship.

DIRK SHADD | Times

A year after his brother did so, Northside Christian’s Dalton Dennis won a state title. In fact, he was the county’s only wrestler to win a state championship.

Wrestler of the Year | Dalton Dennis, Jr., Northside Christian, 45-2

After finishing fourth last season, Dennis vowed to win a state title at 125 pounds. He accomplished that in dominating fashion, cruising through his class during the regular season then beating Green Cove Springs Clay's Josh McLeod 7-0 in the Class A championship. Dennis was the county's only state champion.

Most impressive accomplishment: Not only was Dennis undefeated against state wrestlers this season, he did not allow a takedown.

Did you know? Dennis' older brother, Dillon, won a state title for the Mustangs at 140 pounds last season.

Coach of the Year | Marc Allison, Dunedin

He led the Falcons to a breakthrough performance with team titles at two regular-season tournaments and conference and district championships.

First team

103 Aaron Hartman, 8th, Northside Christian, 46-3: State runnerup in Class A.

112 Brian Travis, Jr., Northside Christian, 46-7: Fourth at Class A state meet.

119 Dana Harrington, So., Dixie Hollins, 33-6: Went 2-2 at 2A state meet.

125 Jeremy Goodloe, Sr., Dunedin, 47-6: Third at 2A state meet.

130 Anthony Melillo, Jr., Northside Christian, 48-8: Fifth at Class A state meet.

135 Clarence Longley, Jr., Largo, 43-4: Conference champion, state qualifier.

140 Austin Prince, Jr., Dunedin, 44-8: State qualifier, 101 career wins.

145 Louis Tonge, Sr., Osceola, 46-3: Third at 2A state meet.

152 Scott Santangelo, Sr., PHU, 52-7: Conference champion, state qualifier.

160 Thomas Gorman, Sr., Admiral Farragut, 46-2: Third at Class A state meet.

171 Jameel Bryant, Sr., St. Petersburg, 41-3: Conference champion, state qualifier.

189 Tony Murphy, Sr., Pinellas Park, 47-7: Conference champion, state qualifier.

215 Jared Willett, Jr., Osceola, 31-9: Conference champion.

285 Louis Agramonte, Sr., Dunedin, 52-1: State runnerup at 2A meet.

Second team

103: Ray Khemraj, So., Dunedin, 44-10

112: Ryan Hartman, Jr., Countryside, 46-6

119: Dryden Dennis, So., Northside Christian, 35-9

125: Jordan Harriott, So., Osceola, 24-16

130: Matt Dixon, Jr., Osceola, 28-7

135: Cliff Barker, Jr., Northside Christian, 53-9

140: Leo Quieroz, Sr., CC Catholic, 41-6

145: Dave Dougherty, Sr., East Lake *

152: Tyler Smith, Sr., Dunedin, 45-12

160: Bo Kennedy, Sr., St. Petersburg, 39-7

171: Mike Hogan, Jr., Dunedin, 39-12

189: Cooper Rekstis, Sr., Seminole, 27-10

215: Dennis Homol, Jr., Pinellas Park, 48-8

285: Trey Butler, Sr., Pinellas Park, 40-8

* Record not available

Honorable mention

Dixie Hollins: Taylor Cooper. Dunedin: Jake Cannizzaro, Kane Plate, Shaun Shakoor. Gibbs: Adam Donohue. Lakewood: Daniel Clarke. Palm Harbor: Brennan Davis. Pinellas Park: Taylor Nevitt. Seminole: Mitch Larivee.

Bob Putnam, Times staff writer

Times' all-Pinellas County wrestling team 03/13/10 [Last modified: Saturday, March 13, 2010 11:56pm]
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