Norton Lancers Wrestling

Norton Lancers Wrestling

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🎉We have 2 winners! 🎉
Rosie Lyons and Kristina Sigman!!

Today, after the first practice of the season, the winners were chosen. Thanks to Coach and to everyone who supported this NHS Wrestling team fundraiser!
Go Lancers!! Cheers to another amazing season!!!💪💜
Camp Coleman is THIS SUNDAY!! But help is still needed!

Please check out the Sign Up Genius to see how you can help, thanks!!
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Huge thanks to Mr. Clapp for getting some awesome pictures of Jaden during his finals match and Dean (I think?) for throwing him his headgear after Jadens broke. Awesome team culture in Norton, Pat has always been one of the most helpful coaches to me. Thanks, see you guys at All-States, good luck!
We are excited to add youth to our fall session. Middle school athletes can pay the high school rate of $225 and attend any of the high school or youth practice Monday through Friday.

High school starts Monday September 10th and runs Monday Wednesday Thursday from 6-8pm with the weight room being open at 5pm. Youth/Middle school starts Tuesday the 18th and runs Tuesday and Fridays from 6-730pm.

The youth price is $150 for the session. All wrestlers need an updated AAU insurance number to participate.
Meet and learn from the Best Wrestler in the World on May 12, 2018 as Kyle Snyder returns to Massachusetts Wrestling!!! @Whittier Tech
Registration closes May 1, 2018 don't miss out on a great opportunity.
Clinic cost is $90 and will run from 9am-3pm which includes lunch as well as picture and autograph session!!!!
Registration is starting to pick up and space will be limited!!!

http://www.trackwrestling.com/registration/BasicPreReg1.jsp?tournamentGroupId=30111132
4th Annual Volleyball Fundraiser - May 4th, 2018
The first 16 teams that register will be guaranteed to play!
Contact Casey Bortolotti at [email protected] or Krissy Santangelo at [email protected] for a packet to create your team. Remember entries will be registered on first-come, first-serve basis :)
Fun start to the wrestling season watching some excellent battles on the mat in Scituate Saturday.

Norton Lancer Wrestling Coaches:
Pat Coleman, Jeff Francis, Rob May, Ron Dunn, Bo Santangelo, Adam Traviglione & Brett Pike

Operating as usual

02/27/2022

Congratulations to another amazing season. We wish the graduating seniors the best of luck in their future endeavors. To next year seniors, juniors and sophomores, GET READY! Next man up is YOU! Work hard this off season and be ready to defend your reputation as the team everybody dreams to beat!

02/27/2022

The final match has ended after another amazing season….

Wrestlers & Families -

Wrestling seasons seem to always end abruptly and often bitter-sweet. Four NHS wrestlers fought hard
today against high-level competition at the All-State championships, went 3-8 in matches and had no place-winners.
Jason Winston got two wins before losing a hard-fought decision to the D-3 state champion. Anthony Tripolone
started off with a solid win, nearly pulled an upset next but lost 4-2 and ran out of time to win in his final match. Cal Lyons
closed out his wrestling days at NHS with a 9-8 loss to a wrestler who "teched" him last week. Danyel Ayala also came
close to a victory in his first match, a triple overtime loss and gained experience for success next year!

The Lancers have had a season to be very proud of and I know that our loyal, loud and proud fans would agree
that this team competed well and was always exciting to watch. They accomplished a great deal on the mats
but also earned MIAA recognition as "Gold level, Academic Excellence Award" winners with a team avg 3.05 GPA!

- A good tournament team: 2nd of 16 teams at Sectionals, 10th of 54 at States, 1st of 8 at Scituate, 3rd of 15 at Weymouth.

- A better dual-meet team: 15-6 overall record, 5-1 Tri-Valley League co-champs, winners in dual-meets over
4 of the top 10 D-3 teams at last week's State tournament. Placed top 4 in D-3 State dual-meet tournament.

- Top performers: Anthony Tripolone; 32 wins, 3rd sectionals, 3rd states. Nolan Winfield; 29 wins, 3rd sectionals, 7th states.
Jason Winston; 26 wins, 3rd sectionals, 6th states. Cal Lyons; 22 wins, 2nd sectionals, 5th states.
Danyel Ayala; 22 wins, 2nd sectionals, 6th states.

The wrestlers and coaches are very grateful for all the support they received throughout the season! Many thanks

02/22/2022

The futures looking bright!

Wrestlers & Families -

The JV States (aka the Futures Tournament at No. Attleboro) attracted over 300 wrestlers and 30 schools
from all divisions were there and the competition was tough. 11 Lancers competed and represented Norton well
winning 21 of 33 matches on the day.

Three cheers for Kate Connell who pinned all 3 of her (male) opponents & became Norton's first female JV State champion!
A very impressive achievement! Had there been an "Outstanding Wrestler" award given, she would likely have won it.

In a strong team showing, all of our wrestlers won matches and placed in the top 6 of their weight classes. Alex Hoey and Maxx Bieksha wrestled very well, made it to finals but came up short and finished 2nd. Dimitar Yotsov, Mardochee Deronvil and Amani Vicente took 3rd, Gavin Luciano was 4th, Jaylon Pardo, Brody Fogerty and Branden Lasker finished 5th
and James Coates 6th. A great day of wrestling and a lot of valuable experience for our future varsity team!

Go, Lancers!

02/20/2022

Wrestlers & Families-

The D-3 State Tournament was won by Melrose followed very closely by Tewksbury and Wakefield.
Norton finished 10th of 54 teams. The Tri-Valley League was again well-represented with Ashland
finishing 4th and Holliston 8th. We beat both teams during the regular dual-meet season but they had
a little more fire-power in the individual tournament format. The north section dominated with the top 3 places
but the south section had 4 of the top 10 teams (Duxbury 5th, Foxboro 7th, Pembroke 9th and Norton).

It was a spectacle the likes of which was never seen before. Because the MIAA had difficulty lining up venues
for the 3 divisional state tournaments, they rented the enormous Game-On sports facility in Fitchburg
and all 3 divisions were there in full force (160+ teams, 672 wrestlers) with the action of 3 tournaments
taking place simultaneously on 12 mats! It was pretty wild! On day 1 fire alarms went off and everyone had to
evacuate and go outside!

A hard place to get your mind right, but the end, it was a very exciting, challenging and rewarding two days.

The Lancers were raring to go and got us off to a great start and after two rounds were tied for first. The competition
was challenging but our wrestlers won 10 of 15 matches and put as many wrestlers into the semi-finals as anyone
but that is where we ran into some higher-level wrestlers and though every match was contested, we went 0 for 4.
Poor Cal Lyons was defeated by a scoring error which was officially protested (a 1st for me) but to no avail.

The toughest place to be in a tournament is consolations. Everyone comes to win a championship and it takes
a lot of focus to overcome disappointment and a lot of determination to wrestle 5 or more matches in 2 days to win a
place. But that's what 5 Lancers did and, by doing so, are qualified to compete in next weekend's All-State Tournament:

Anthony Tripolone once again wrestled some of the best matches of the season winning 4 of 5 matches
including an 18-3 tech fall over the top-seed in the quarterfinals and a pin over the Melrose wrestler in
consolations to place 3rd. Cal Lyons competed so hard and was stunned by an unfortunate loss in the semi-finals
but managed to get his head right and came back to score a pin for 5th place. Jason Winston and Danyel Ayala,
battled hard in tough weight classes, made it to semi-finals and lost to the eventual champions of their weight classes.
Only a 2nd year wrestler, Nolan Winfield won 3 of 5 matches, the last one an amazing display of perseverance!

We went to win it, which was a long shot, reset our sights for top 5 and hung on to finish top 10. A proud effort!
The strong support of our loyal fans and friends of Norton wrestling is greatly appreciated

02/13/2022

Friends -

Wrestling fans were treated to an outstanding day of competition yesterday at Duxbury HS as the host team came
from behind in the final round to win the championship. The Dragons (213) came away champions, 8 points
ahead of the Lancers (205) who brought home the runner-up plaque well ahead of Cohasset (160) and
Foxboro (144) in the 16-team field.

Norton took the early tournament lead after the first of seven rounds of exciting wrestling, but it quickly became
a back-and-forth battle with numerous lead changes and it wasn't until the next-to-last match of the finals that
Duxbury clinched the title. Though disappointed, the Lancers were proud of their efforts and certainly maintained
our program's reputation as "the team to beat" in sectional competition. In the past 11 years Norton has won
sectionals 7 times and finished runners-up 4 times!

It was once again a strong team effort. Though we had no champions, 12 of 14 Lancers were place-winners!
Cal Lyons, Ben Khokhlan and Danyel Ayala placed 2nd, Nolan Winfield, Jason Winston and Anthony Tripolone
placed 3rd, Nate Tripolone placed 4th, Thomas Mulvaney, Matthew Guiney and Gavin Luciano placed 5th and
Rocco Tarantino and Jaylon Pardo placed 6th. Though she didn't place, Kate Connell became Norton High's
first female to win a match (by pin!) in sectional competition and got a huge applause from everyone in the gym!
Mardochee Deronvil, weighing in at 213 lbs and wrestling up at 287 lbs, battled hard but also did not place.

1st through 4th place finishers automatically qualify for next weekend's D-3 State championships. 5th place finishers are
alternates with a chance to wrestle if any qualifiers ahead of them cannot compete in the tournament (sick, injured, etc.).

The entire team (varsity & JV) will practice this coming Monday - Thursday in preparation for the D-3 States (2/18 - 2/19)
and for JV States (2/21). Details on these events will be sent out soon.

Many thanks to all our loyal, loud and proud fans for your continued support throughout the season!

Go, Lancers!

Photos from Norton Lancers Wrestling's post 02/06/2022

The Norton Wrestling program extends far past our state champion high school team. There are many children in the middle school program as well as a new and successful program established in the lower grades (4,5,6). Here are some pictures of our future champion Lancers. 👏👏..woosh

02/05/2022

Friends -

The Lancers put in a strong effort today at Duxbury but came up short in our bid to repeat as State D-3 Duals champions.
That honor went to our rivals, Ashland, and points to the strength of our Tri-Valley League!

Norton easily outpaced Dedham in the opening round 63-6, lost to Melrose 54-22 in the semi-finals but went on to beat
Foxboro 51-22 in the consolation round to finish top 4 in D-3 state duals for the 9th time in 11 years (including 3 championships).

Top performers today included Anthony Tripolone (3-0 with 3 pins), Nolan Winfield, Danyel Ayala and Jason Winston (all 3-0 with 2 pins),
and Cal Lyons (3-0 with 1 pin). Rocco Tarantino went 2-0 with a pin while Thomas Mulvaney, Matthew Guiney and Gavin Luciano
all went 2-1 on the day.

The team heads back to Duxbury next Saturday to compete in the D-3 South Sectional championships.

Go, Lancers!

02/03/2022

The unveiling of the 2021 State Division III championship banner 👏👏👏

02/03/2022

SENIOR NIGHT 2022

Prior to last nights wrestling meet, family and friends in attendance were treated to a long standing tradition where our senior Lancers are recognized for their achievements throughout their career as well as their future aspirations. This is the program announcement that was read by one of the Lancers longest and most cherished fans, Mrs. Coach! Yes the wife of the hall of fame Coach Pat Coleman!

Good evening! Tonight is all about honoring our graduating seniors.

These 8 young men have dedicated themselves to the sport of wrestling and worked very hard to accomplish their goals.

So far during their four years at Norton High the Lancers have a record of 62-18-2, an average of 16-5-1 per season.

So far they
have won 2 league championships, 2 sectional championships as well as a D-3 state championship last year!

With sectionals and states still ahead of us this season, you know the Lancers will be excited and ready to compete hard in these tournaments!

Additionally, Norton Wrestling has been widely recognized for demonstrating real sportsmanship while earning MIAA gold-level academic excellence awards each year!

We thank the following senior wrestlers for the outstanding legacy of achievement and sportsmanship that they leave behind:


Co-captain Anthony Tripolone is a 3-year varsity letter-winner who leads the team with 21 wins
and 16 pins. He was champion this year at both the Scituate and Weymouth tournaments and was named Boston Globe “wrestler of the week”. He was a Sun Chronicle and Tri-Valley League all-star last year. In addition, Anthony is an outstanding football player and was named Tri-Valley League “all-star wide receiver”. An honor-roll student, he plans to attend Western New England College where he will study electrical engineering and play football. Anthony is greeted by his parents, Rachel & Chris.


Co-captain Nate Tripolone is a 3-year varsity letter-winner and champion of this year’s Scituate tournament. He currently has 15 wins and 9 pins and was champion at the Scituate tournament. Nate is also an outstanding football player who was named this year’s Tri-Valley League “defensive player of the year”. An honor-roll student, Nate will attend Western New England College next year where he will study psychology, play football and someday have a career with the FBI.
Nate is greeted by his parents, Rachel & Chris.


Co-captain Ben Khokhlan is a 3-year varsity letter winner and last year’s Most Valuable Wrestler for the Lancers. He was champion this year at the Scituate tournament and currently has 13 wins and 7 pins. Ben has been an honor roll student every term of his high school career. He’s been active in the DECA future entrepreneurs program and not surprisingly he is interested in studying finance, hopefully at UMass Amherst next year. Ben is greeted by his parents, Raisa & Victor.


Co-captain Thomas Mulvaney did not wrestle last year due to injury but returned to earn a spot in this year’s starting lineup. So far this season he has 10 wins and 9 pins and a championship at the Scituate tournament. A Tri-Valley League and Sun Chronicle football all-star, Thomas also excels at baseball
and karate. Most importantly he is an outstanding student, a member of the National Honor Society, Math and History honor societies and recipient of the President’s Educational Excellence Award. Thomas hopes to attend Brown University to study computer science and play football.
Thomas is greeted by his parents, Liz & Tom.


Calvin Lyons is a 4-year varsity letter-winner who was champion at the Scituate tournament and runner-up at the Weymouth tournament this year. He currently has 13 wins and 10 pins and leads the team in career wins and career pins. Last season Cal was named Boston Globe “athlete of the week” during the team’s run to the state championship. A dedicated volunteer for the Little Whiffles program, Cal is an honor roll student and has been accepted at the school of engineering at Roger Williams University.
Cal is greeted by his parents, Sara & Ted.


Nolan Winfield is a 2-year varsity letter winner and last year’s “rookie of the year”. He currently has 18 wins and 11 pins including a championship at the Scituate tournament and a 3rd place finish at the Weymouth tournament. In addition to wrestling, Nolan is an outstanding 4-year varsity soccer player and this year’s team captain. An honor roll student, he will attend St. John’s University next year where
he will study journalism. Nolan is greeted by his mom, Gina, and his brothers Stefen & Evan.


Rocco Tarantino is a 2-year starter and a two-year varsity letter-winner who currently has 10 wins with 5 pins. After graduating he plans to go to trade school to become an electrician and his passion for weight-lifting is likely to result in work as a personal trainer. Rocco is greeted by his parents, Brande & Daxton.


Mardochee Deronvil is a varsity letter-winner in his first season as a Lancer and has proven to be a valuable member of our starting line-up and a welcome addition to our team. Mardochee grew up in Louisiana, playing football and basketball, but switched it up to become a wrestler. He was a place-winner at the Weymouth tournament this season and currently has 4 wins with two pins. He has a strong interest in owning his own business someday and plans to attend trade school next year and become a carpenter.
Mardochee is greeted tonight by his teammates.


Congratulations and best wishes to these 8 fine young men!

We are grateful for their commitment to our team and proud of their many accomplishments.

Before the start of tonight’s meet, let’s take a moment to unveil our new 2021 “State Champions” banner
which we won last July and was just received this week. Would all the Lancer wrestlers please come out onto the mat and would our captains please do the honor of displaying Norton’s 3rd state wrestling championship banner?

And now it is time to clear the mat and get our varsity meet started.

02/03/2022

Wrestlers & Families -

It was a special night last night and the Lancer wrestlers were on fire and crushed Holliston 51-5 on senior night in front of a loud and proud home crowd!

Jason Winston, Brody Fogerty, Cal Lyons, Thomas Mulvaney, Nate Tripolone & Matthew Guiney all pinned their men while Nolan Winfield won a major decision and Anthony Tripolone won by tech fall.

Prior to the meet, we honored our 8 graduating seniors:

Co-Captain Nate Tripolone
Co-Captain Anthony Tripolone
Co-Captain Ben Khokhlan
Co-Captain Thomas Mulvaney
Calvin Lyons
Nolan Winfield
Rocco Tarantino
Mardochee Deronvil.

We also had a chance to unveil our 2021 "State Champions" banner! Having won
the D-3 state title last July, the banner just arrived and it was very satisfying to show
it off as a grand finale to our senior night ceremony!

The team, seeded #1, heads to Duxbury on Saturday to compete in the D-3 state dual meet championships.

Go, Lancers!

Videos (show all)

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 Daniel, representing our fourth and fifth grade program, went 4-0 on the day! Congratulations👏👏...woosh
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