Here’s a look at Glory Days Magazine’s Wrestling All-Stars for the 2019-2020 season:
Mike Misita, 195, St. Augustine Prep: Glory Days Magazine Wrestler of the Year.
D’Amani Almodovar, 106, St. Augustine Prep: The sophomore finished with more than 30 wins, beating Oakcrest’s Hogan Horsey 4-0 to take third at Region 8. He advanced to states, where he went 2-2.
Hogan Horsey, 106, Oakcrest: One of three Horsey brothers, Hogan went 34-11, finished fourth at regions and advanced to states.
Hunter Horsey, 113, Oakcrest: Hogan’s twin brother, the sophomore won 37 bouts and advanced to states.
Sean Cowan, 113, Absegami: This freshman had an outstanding rookie year, notching 31 wins and taking fourth at Region 8.
Hayden Horsey, 120, Oakcrest: The oldest of the Horsey boys, Hayden’s senior season ended at regions but he still put up a 32-11 record.

Charlie Cossaboone, a 132-pounder from Ocean City, made it to the Region 8 semifinals this season and finished with 36 victories. (Glory Days photo/Dave O’Sullivan)

Brock Zurawski, 132, St. Augustine Prep: Zurawski lost to Oakcrest’s Frank Gabriel in the second round of regions, but fought all the way back to take third and punch his ticket to the state championships, where he went 2-2.
Frank Gabriel, 132, Oakcrest: Although his season ended in the wrestlebacks at regions, Gabriel finished his career as a district champion and with a 37-7 record as a senior.
Charlie Cossaboone, 132, Ocean City: The sophomore made it to the Region 8 semis and finished with 36 victories.
K.J. Sherman, 138, Holy Spirit: Sherman scored a pair of thrilling victories in region wrestlebacks to finish third and make it to states, where the sophomore picked up the first Boardwalk Hall victory of his career.
Alex Marshall, 160, St. Augustine Prep: Marshall is just a sophomore but showing plenty of potential. This year he took third at Region 8, advanced to states and won 36 matches.
Quinn McLaughlin, 160, Absegami: Known more for his exploits on the football field, McLaughlin proved to be a pretty good wrestler. He finished his senior season with 30 wins and finished fifth at Region 8.
Braydon Castillo, 160, Lower Cape May: Castillo came on strong late in the season, taking second at regions and advancing to the state championships.
Alexi Giordano, 170, St. Joseph: The junior took third at regions and then, after losing his first bout at states, ripped off three wins during wrestlebacks before his season came to an end. He finished with 37 wins.
George Rhodes, 170, Absegami: Not many freshmen come in at 170 pounds, but Rhodes more than held his own, making it all the way to the region championship before finishing second and earning a win in the opening round at states.
Nick Marshall, 182, St. Augustine Prep: Marshall lost in the quarterfinals at regions but stormed back to take third to advance to Boardwalk Hall.
Marcus Hebron, 195, Lower Cape May: Hebron made it to the Region 8 championship before falling to Misita and finished with 24 wins, three of which came at states.
Mikal Taylor, 195, Absegami: Taylor, a junior, made it to region semis, fought his way back to take third, and earned a pair of wins at states before falling to Hebron in wrestlebacks.
Tony Thompson, 220, Buena Regional: A junior, Thompson took third at Region 8, advanced to states and finished with 34 wins.
Kurt Driscoll, 285, Holy Spirit: Driscoll followed up a state championship in football with an outstanding senior wrestling season, as he made it to the region semis. He placed fifth at regions and finished with 33 wins.
Nick Sannino, 285, Ocean City: Ranked in the top eight in his weight class in the state most of the year, Sannino made it to the region semis before finishing fourth.