S-E Wrestlers Reach Finals At Eastern States Classic; Selina Moore Wins It All
Published: January 17th, 2024
By: Morgan Golliver

S-E Wrestlers reach finals at Eastern States Classic; Selina Moore wins it all 1) S-E’s Selina Moore, pictured from the Dual against Walton/Delhi, won both the girls’ Eastern States Classic and the Section III Girls Ranking Invitational. She is all-in with 13 pins this season and stands tall at 13-4 on the season. (Photo by Morgan Golliver) 2) S-E’s Landon Andrade, pictured at the previous home meet against Walton/Delhi, finished second at the Eastern States Classic. Andrade is 18-2 through his junior season. (Photo by Morgan Golliver)

LOCH SHELDRAKE – The Sherburne-Earlville Marauders wrestling team brought their two top wrestlers to the Eastern States Classic over the weekend, held at Sullivan County Community College. Selina Moore and Landon Andrade made their presence known by both reaching the finals and making S-E and Chenango County proud.

Moore won the girls portion of the meet in the 145 weight class with three pins. Her quickest pin was within 23 seconds against Stratford’s Gabriella Kiely. Moore also had several quick pins at the Section III Girls Ranking Invitational on Monday in Fulton to achieve first. She pinned General Brown’s Adrianna Green within nine seconds and won her first place match with a 43 second pin.

She now has 13 pins on the season with a 13-4 record. Pasley French and Lilly Cox also competed for the S-E girls. Cox went 2-1 to earn second place in the 235 weight class while French finished 3-1 for third place in the 94 pound weight class.

Landon Andrade continues to excel for the Marauders in the 285 weight class. He went 3-1 in the Eastern States Classic to finish second. He won by decision along with two pins, including a 1:24 pom against Palmyra-Macedon’s Luke Herendeen. In the finals, Andrade lost a tough match against Middletown’s Stephan Monchery, where he was pinned in 1:58. The junior is still off to a strong season at 18-2.

S-E heads to Canastota this evening at 6 p.m.