Nominees for Boys Wrestling in North Jersey High School Sports Awards

The North Jersey High School Sports Awards, presented by Englewood Health, is thrilled to announce the nominees for Boys Wrestling Athlete of the Year. This prestigious award will be presented at a live show on June 28 at The Bergen PAC. Along with 32 other sports, these nominees will be recognized during the event.

Englewood Health is proud to be a part of this extensive high school sports recognition program, which is the most comprehensive in the nation. Athletes who RSVP will receive a complimentary ticket to the event, while others can also purchase one for free thanks to Englewood Health. Details on ticket acquisition will be available soon.

To learn more about the show and stay updated on all the latest news and updates, visit the Facebook page or subscribe to email updates on the show’s website. This event is part of the USA TODAY High School Sports Awards, which recognizes outstanding athletes from across the country for their achievements in various sports.

The nominees for Boys Wrestling Athlete of the Year include Charles Esposito, Johnathon McGinty, Mikey Bautista, Seach Hibler, Adrian DeJesus, Dylan Ross, August Hibler, Zach Ballante, Frank DiBella, John Quinonez, Ryan Burton, Daniel Rella, Xavier Williams, and Rocco Dellagatta – all from various high schools in the area. These athletes have shown remarkable talent and dedication throughout their season and deserve to be recognized for their achievements.

By Aiden Johnson

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