As for host East Brunswick who finished fourth in the overall standings with a score of 147.5, the Bears had themselves three finalists and came through on each one of them. The first came from freshman Sean Glasgow defeating Perth Amboy’s Humberto Argueta in an 8-5 decision for the 126-pound title.
“He’s learning how to wrestle on a varsity level,” East Brunswick coach Matt Pazinko said of Glasgow. “It was different when he was on the eighth-grade level because he was able to out maneuver and out muscle most of his opponents. This year he’s got to learn how to wrestle and score points when he can.”