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The All-Shore Final Fan Vote is complete and we have our final three members of the 2022 Shore Sports Network All-Shore Wrestling Team. Below are the players voted to be named to the All-Shore.

Alex Quintano, Sr., 150, Middletown South

Quintano went 25-16, won a District 20 title, placed third in Region 5, and advanced to the second round of wrestlebacks at the state tournament. He was an important senior for one of the best teams in Middletown South history as the Eagles won a share of the Class A North division title, reached the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals, advanced to the Central Jersey Group 4 sectional final, and won the District 20 team championship.

 

Joe McCullough, Sr., 157, Toms River East

McCullough posted a 28-4 record that included winning his second district title (District 25) and his first region championship (Region 7). He then advanced to the second round of wrestlebacks at the state tournament. McCullough finished his career as a two-time district champion, a four-time region qualifier, and a two-time state qualifier with 86 career victories.

 

Jake Zaltsman, Fr., 120, St. John Vianney

Zaltsman was one of the top freshmen in the Shore Conference this season. He competed in a stacked 120-pound weight class and put together a 24-10 record while winning a District 20 title, finishing second in Region 5, and reaching the second round of wrestlebacks at the state tournament.

 

 

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