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St. John's wrestlers score high marks

Shrewsbury – Peter Robinson (center, wearing medal), junior varsity captain at St. John's High School, is congratulated by coach Michael Mitrowski (holding trophy), and the rest of his team after earning his 100th wrestling career win. His career record is 102 wins-13 losses. His achievement was recognized by his coaches, Mitrowski and Geoff Riccio, and fellow wrestlers at the Marlborough Tournament Dec. 15.

The St. John's varsity wrestling team received a second-place trophy for the second highest team points at the Marlborough Tournament; Hudson High School took first place.

St. John's had four first-place champions at the meet – Bryan Connery at 106, Peter Robinson at 120 (three-time Marlborough Tournament champ), Zachary Harris at 170 and Connor Gatto at 285.

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