#1 Spot On The Line At MyHouse Melee

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The MyHouse Melee is shaping up to be just that, an absolute melee. Six of the country's best teams will compete head to head at Wyoming Seminary College Prep in Kingston, PA, this Friday and Saturday, including newly top-ranked Bergen Catholic (NJ).


Late, and highly powerful addition, #3 Montini Catholic (IL) brings a very tough lineup led by five guys who are ranked in the top 10 in their respective weight classes. Furthermore, the Broncos have the chance to climb the rankings and potentially steal the top spot from the Crusaders, who just claimed it themselves when they took out Blair (NJ) at Who's Number One Duals presented by ASICS.

Here are this weekend's potential lineups and the schedule of dual meets.

Potential Team Lineups

#1 Bergen Catholic (NJ)
#2 Blair Academy (NJ)
#3 Montini Catholic (IL)
#4 Wyoming Seminary (PA)
#8 St. Edward (Ohio)
Easton (PA)
 #6 Nick Kayal
#7 Ryan Miller
Nain Vasquez
Timoth Levine
Richard Delsanter
Alex Cameron

Kelly Dunnigan
DJ McGee

Enrique Sanchez
#2 Trevor Mastrogiovanni
#6 Dylan Ragusin
Nic Botello
Scott Richter
Evan Gleason

Richard Halal

#2 Robert Howard
#3 Michael Coliaocco
#4 Joey Melendez
Zeke Escalera
Angelo Rini
Brett Scalzo

Shayne VanNess

Dylan Weaver
#18 Chris Cannon
Dylan Burnoski
#5 Beau Bartlett
Bryce Hepner
Colby Duffy

Ibragim Soliev

Michael Potts
Carmen Ferrante
#17 Travis Mastrogiovanni
#3 Real Woods
#9 Jack Davis
Matt Kazimir
Jonathan Miers

#5 Carson Manville

Joseph Zargo
Malcolm Robinson
Fidel Mayora
#9 Jack Davis
#12 Bryce Andonian
Connor Duffy

Sal Mainiero
Vincent Coliaocco

#5 Carson Manville

Blake Daniel
Wade Unger
Mike Madara
#8 Jake Stiles
Connor Kievman
#20 Sam Dover
Jake Koerowitz

Nick Incontrera

Gerard Angelo
Willy Kaiser
#4 Will Lewan
Cole Rees
Paddy Gallagher
Isaiah Reinert

Tony Asatrian
Xavier Carbonaro

#2 Shane Griffith
#5 Andrew Merola
Matt Ortiz
Benny Baker
Hudson Hightower
Gaven Krazer

#4 Chris Foca
#5 Julian Ramirez
Anthony Geraci
Jake Hendricks
Jiryes Zakaib
Dominic Falcone

#8 Jacob Cardenas
#9 Leo Tarantino
Trevor Swier
#14 Darrien Roberts
Bryan Cundiff
Max Catalano

Josh McKenzie
Brady Worthington

Josh McKenziePeyton Craft
Pete Christensen
#12 Austin Cooley
#9 Cody Howard
Tyler Pellachia

Sage Mosco
Eli Anthony

Gabe Mendez
#11 Owen Trephan
Colin Baker
Michael Doggett
Seamus O`Malley
Jacob Frank

John High
Kraig Correll
Mike McNicholas
Tony Cutrie
Brian Kilbane
Jonathan Pineda

Patrick Colicchio


Friday, Jan. 26 (ALL TIMES ET)

5:30 PM

Blair Academy (NJ) vs. Easton (PA)

7 PM

Wyoming Seminary (PA) vs. Easton (PA)

Blair Academy (NJ) vs. St. Edward (Ohio)

Saturday, Jan. 27

10 AM

St. Edward (Ohio) vs. Bergen Catholic (NJ)

Wyoming Seminary (PA) vs. Montini Catholic (IL)


Wyoming Seminary (PA) vs. St. Edward (Ohio)

Bergen Catholic (NJ) vs. Montini Catholic (IL)

2 PM

Wyoming Seminary (PA) vs. Bergen Catholic (NJ)

Wyoming Seminary (Girls) vs. Team Canada

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