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Red Bank, NJ 07701
(732) 747-1774
(Monmouth County)

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Caseys

Colors
Green & Gold

Athletic Director

Joe Montano

Head Coach

Joe Gallagher
(12th Season in 2019)

Assistants
Andrew LaMura
Vincent Bellaran

Section
SJ Parochial A

Division
A-Central

District
22

Region
6






RBC Wrestling

1 State Champion
(Tom Seitz  74)

4 State Place Winners
(Last: McCord - 2014)

3 Region Champions
(Last: Conte - 83)

29 District Champions
(Last: McCord - 2014)

Single Season Wins - 34
Shawn McCord - 2014

Career Wins - 93
Shawn McCord - 2011-2014







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Overall Record:  0-0  /  Shore Conference:  0-0  /  B-North:  0-0


Head Coach: Joe Gallagher (12th Season / Record: 98-125)

Returning Wins Leader From 2018
John Columbia (19-10) & Danile Brewton (19-11)

Returning Career Wins Leader in 2019
Steven Cimelewski (45 wins)

Milestone Watch
Head Coach Joe Gallagher is 2 wins away from 100 career victories.

Fun Fact
The Caseys lineup will have multiple wrestlers with Region experience for the first time since 2013.

Where They Open
12/15: @ IceBreaker Tournament

Circle The Date
1/5: vs Red Bank  -  The two rivals meet up as part of a Saturday quad at Shore


2019 Season Preview


After a slow start a year ago, the Caseys picked up in the 2nd half of the season, winning 8 of their final 11 duals, to end a string of three consecutive losing seasons. The momentum carried into the postseason, as the team advanced five wrestlers to the Regions. With some key returners, including three District placers, and some experienced youngsters entering the lineup, RBC is looking to keep that momentum rolling into the 2019 season.

The strength of the lineup looks to be in the top, where the three returning District medal winners lurk. Senior Steven Cmielewski returned from injury in late January in time to advance to his 2nd consecutive District final. He's joined by fellow senior John Columbia and junior Aidan Meyler-McAuliffe, who both placed 3rd at Districts, and another junior, Thomas DiStefano, a 14-bout winner, to give the Caseys a strong group up top. At heavyweight, sophomore Jake Louro got some valuable experience in the lineup last year, and will be looking to take the next step in 2019.

In the middle, senior Leonard Meer is a 4-year starter and is looking to have a breakout season in his final go around for the Caseys. He provides a veteran presence in a middleweight group that will be an otherwise young group.

Down low, Andrew Lennert is another 4-year starter that has worked towards big things this year, and also will provide some good veteran leadership among an otherwise pretty young group. The newcomers down here are a promising group and have been working hard to make an immediate, positive impact in the lineup.

As mentioned, the Caseys had some positive momentum going as the season wound down last year, and are gunning to keep that going into the new season. They have some youngsters down low and in the middle, but they also have some good veterans to look to, especially with the crop in the upperweights. There are several individuals here that are capable of having big years. This is a lineup that is only going to get tougher as the season rolls on and the newcomers get more and more experience. If they develop quickly, this is a team capable of having a pretty solid year.






Possible Lineup in 2019
Wgt
 Wrestler
Record
2018
106
 (Fr) Ryan Brown


106/113
 (Sr) Tom Voglino
3-7

113/120
 (Fr) Trevor Learn


120
 (So) Anthony Donnelly


126
 (Sr) Andrew Lennert
7-16

126/132
 (Fr) Dan Conroy


132/138
 (Fr) Brian McMullin


138
 (So) Michael DeLeonardis
1-0

145
 (Fr) Michael Nappo


145/152
 (Sr) Leonard Meer
10-16

152/160
 (So) Dave Thomas
1-3

160/170
 (So) Aidan Dolan


170
 (Jr) Aidan Meyler McAuliffe
15-8
3rd D24
182
 (Jr) Thomas DiStefano
14-12

182/195
 (Sr) John Columbia
19-10
3rd D24
195/220
 (Sr) Steve Cmielewski
11-6
2nd D24
220
 (Sr) Ambrose Richards
1-0

Hwt
 (So) Jake Louro
4-2

Hwt
 (Fr) Matt Cody


                   
                                                     
                
                                                        


Graduated in 2018
Wgt
 Wrestler
Record
Tournaments
132
 Michael DeLeonardis 1-0
152
 Jace Fanelli 15-10  
170
 Brendon Bennett 6-11
220
 Christian Pritzlaff 16-6
Hwt
 Michael Griggs 21-8 2nd D24
Hwt
 Richie Christie 3-1
               
                                        
                
                                                        


































































































































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