Before all this, CBA/J-D met Fulton last Thursday night, and had a big early lead against the perennial power, but could not hold on in a 44-32 loss to the Red Raiders.
In fact, CBA/J-D won six of the first eight matches. Lauro opened with a third-period fall over Tim Holden, with Knox-Shellman beating Mike Eddy 11-3. Romagnoli handled Mike DeMauro 8-2.
Wynn, with a tough 3-1 decision over Todd Oakes, began a string of three straight match wins. David Sayre, wrestling at 195, pinned Tim Conners in 3:09, and Honis dominated Derek Owen in an 11-0 shutout.
At that point, CBA/J-D led 32-12. But Fulton would sweep each of the remaining six matches, including two forfeits, two pins and a technical fall. Only Bagiryan lasted the full six minutes, falling to Jonathan Earl 7-2.