Future looks bright for Masuk wrestling team

Luke Longo, one of Masuk's returning wrestlers, competes during a match last winter.

MONROE, CT — The future looks bright for Masuk High’s wrestling program. The roster nearly doubled from a year ago and with a deeper lineup teams face less weight division forfeits. Several newcomers should also result in plenty of experience gained on the mats.

Returning varsity grapplers contending for match time are Luke Longo, Billy Alvarado, Tony Campos, Edward Medaris, Sebastian Nicholas, Gianna Silva, Maxton Busa, Evan DeLeo, David Marciano and James Dutkowski.

Newcomers expected to compete at the varsity level are junior Jack Sisson, sophomore Henry Barba and freshmen Anthony King, John Pachera, Bryan Hall and Bob Scott.

Masuk opens the season when Bethel comes to town Wednesday at 6 p.m. After visiting Pomperaug of Southbury one week later, on Dec. 21, also at 6, the Panthers finish off the calendar year with tournaments at Jonathan Law in Milford on Dec. 27 and in Trumbull on Dec. 30.

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