Section 5 Championships
Class A &
Class B Varsity
Class A Final
95 - Daniel Fuller (Wellsville) pinned Phil "Red"
Fedele (Madison), 5:03
Class B Final
95 - Thomas
Cass (Wayne) p. Paul Ilg
Madison Wins 5 Mat Crowns In Sectional Sports Carnival
Madison High School, which won the city high school wrestling championships Friday night, swept five of the 12 bouts in the Section 5 Winter Sports Carnival at Marshall High last night.
West High copped two individual grappling crowns, Charlotte one, East one, Jefferson one, Geneva one and Wellsville one. In Class B, Letchworth Central snared three individual titles and Attica and Canisteo two each.
An estimated 500 persons watched the wrestling finals, which highlighted the New York State Public High School Athletic Association's Section 5 Sports Carnival.
Canandaigua Academy, Edison Tech and East High won bowling titles.
Franklin High and Marshall High, both of the Interscholastic League, swept gymnastics honors at the Rochester Turners Club. Table Tennis at Marshall resulted in Brighton and Corning Northside copping crowns, while Prattsburg and Whitesville netted badminton championships. Canandaigua snared the Class A volleyball title, Canisteo the B crown and Elba the C championship.
There were four pins on the Class A wrestling card. Daniel Fuller of Wellsville pinned Phil Fedele of Madison in 5:03 of the 95-pound class bout. East's Francis Incardona pinned Alfred Davis of Geneva in 1:20 of their 154-pound match. Louis Fusilli of Madison pinned Edgerton Deuel of Geneva after 4:55 of the 175-pound final. The other pin saw Robert Marella of Jefferson beat Jerry Speer of Bath in 1:05 of the unlimited class.
Other Madison winners, besides Fusilli, were Robert Juliano (112), Moses Gilbert (120), Angelo DeSimone (138) and Prince Turner (145).
Paul Latoy of East High easily won the singles bowling competition at Buonomo's. Latoy finished with a 582 three-game total to outdistance Harry Mourhess of Corning Northside, who finished with 477, and Louis Zeches of Arcade, who had 453.
Edison Tech's duo of Ronnie Hayes and George Perri fired a 992 score to win the pin doubles. A Red Jacket twosome took second with 946, while the O'Green brothers from Le Roy were third with 886.
Winner of the team event was Canandaigua with 2,543 aggregate, followed by East Rochester with 2,473 and Batavia with 2,457. Members of the Canandaigua squad were Rocco Vitalone, Russ Polimeni, Jim Vitalone, Ed Quayle, Mike Personale and Gerald Buck.
Ronnie Kay of Brighton High School successfully defended his singles table tennis championship. The doubles champions were Dean Walker and Nick Lapasniek of Corning.
Another successful title defense was made by Don Parker of Prattsburg Central School in the badminton singles. Melvin Waite and Herbert Smith of Whitesville Central School captured the doubles event.
Canandaigua's team, consisting of Carl Standish, Gordon Benson, Clair Fox, Tony Mile, Dave Brahm, Joe Schalabba, Ed Greene and Dick Wild, walked off with the Class A volleyball championship. Canisteo Central, the B champion, sent Bill Allen, Dick Terry, Dick Morten, Clinton Snyder, Royce Evans, Neal Younge, Bob Johnson and Bob Mullen into competition.
Participating for Elba in the Class C volleyball championship were Keith Hyback, Dennis Norton, Gerald Shuler, Joe Monachino, Larry Richenburg, William Vanderhoof, Louis Ren and Ralph Lund.
Franklin dominated the advanced competition in the gymnastics events taking the first three places in all three types. Jerry Donovan finished first, Edward Hoffmeier second and Richard Painton third in the parallel bars. In the sidehorse, Painton took first, Hoffmeier second and Donovan third. Just to complete the exchange, Hoffmeier wound up first in Tumbling, with Donovan second and Painton third.
In the overall standings, Hoffmeier took first place with Donovan second and Painton thrid.
David Hoffmeier of Paul Revere copped two of the three events in the novice division to take individual honors, but Marshall managed to capture the team victory.
Loyal VanDyke of Marshall finished on top in the parallel bars, followed by Heffmeier and John Denninger of Rush-Henrietta Central. Hoffmeier copped the sidehorse competition, with West's Forrest Howard second and Franklin's Harry Walker third.
Hoffmeier again took first in the tumbling, with Elmer Peo of East second and a three-way tie for third place between Loyal VanDyke of Marshall, Lyle Conrad of Marshall and Dennis Gillette of Rush-Henrietta.
Trailing Hoffmeier in the individual novice standings were Loyal VanDyke and Howard.