The Panthers put Section 1 wrestling on notice Wednesday as they beat Dobbs Ferry, winning their fourth League Championship in as many years.
The Panthers have not lost a match in League Competition since they dropped a Dual Meet to Ardsley on January 27, 2009. This 25-match League Dual winning streak spans four seasons and is the longest in Panther wrestling history.
This year’s League Title run included wins over Ardsley, Hastings, Woodlands, Eastchester, Irvington and Dobbs Ferry.
Highlights from the Dobbs Ferry dual included decisive pins from juniors Marc Ficuciello (152 lbs) and Chris Kim (182 lbs) and seniors Oliver Oks (170 lbs) and Jason Worobow (195 lbs). Worobow’s victory came quickly, as he recorded a record-breaking 8-second pin over Dobbs Ferry’s David Saravia.
The Panthers look to continue their winning ways at the Section 1 Championships on Saturday and Sunday, Februrary 9th and 10th. Day 1 will be contested at Irvington High School, while Day 2 will take place at Pace University’s Goldstein Center on their Pleasantville Campus. More information on the Section 1 Championships can be found here.