The 2014 season came to a close as Curtis won the team title and Hunter College HS's Sara Andresen (125 lbs.) won the Cheryl Wong Oustanding Wrestling Award.
All told, 107 girls competed in 13 weight classes.
Brackets. Complete results below.
Make it two perfect seasons.
The Curtis Warriors (12-0) continued their dominance of the PSAL Girls Wrestling league by downing Canarsie 38-20 in a rematch of last year's final. Canarsie finished the year 10-2.
The 2014 PSAL Girls Dual Meet Championship final will feature the same two teams as last year.
Curtis (1st seed Skyline Division) and Canarsie (2nd see City Division) both made it back to the finals. Curtis was the victor last year, and punched their ticket this year via a 50-14 win over Bronx Science. Meanwhile, Canarsie upset top seed Brooklyn Tech 37-25 to secure their berth in the Championship finals.
This year’s championship match promises to be an exciting event as the last meeting between the two teams back on May 15th hinged on one match, with Curtis picking up a close 34-26 win.
As the higher seed, Curtis will serve as the host for the Championship match scheduled for 6:30 PM on Wednesday, May 28th.
The semifinals are set for the 2014 PSAL Girls Varsity Wrestling Dual Meet Championships.
The quarterfinals took place last night, with returning champion Curtis HS defeating Fashion Institute 55-5, while first-year programs Bronx Science and Francis Lewis battled it out, with Science winning 41-24. Additionally, Brooklyn Tech knocked of Wingate 37-27, and Canarsie took down visiting Taft 40-15.
Curtis, the top seed out of the Skyline Division, will host 2nd-seeded Bronx Science out of the City Division, while Brooklyn Tech, the top seed out of the City Division, will host 2nd-seeded Canarsie out of the Skyline Division.
Both semifinal matches will take place on Thursday, May 22nd at 5:00pm.
The winners of Thursday’s Semifinals will advance to the 2014 PSAL Dual Meet Championship Finals, scheduled for Wednesday, May 28th. The match location will be determined based on Thursday’s results.
Beat the Streets had one Junior and three Cadet All-Americans at the Body Bar Women's Nationals this weekend. Highlighting the effort was recent Pam-Am champion Jennifer Juarez (Robert F. Wagner), who qualified for the national team by taking 2nd place at 49kg/108lbs. in FILA Cadets.
Additional placers included FILA Cadets Ronnie Green (AP Randolph) who took 4th at 43kg/94.75lbs. and Samantha Ouye-Gonzalez (New Dorp) who finished in 6th place at 60kg/132.25lbs. Destane Garrick (WIngate) earned 5th at 79.5kg/175lbs. in FILA Juniors. BTS and Petrides alumna Kim Cardenas (Jamestown University, ND) took 5th place at 44kg/97lbs. in FILA Juniors, as well.