Raney Snares a Title for BC

By Bridges, Eric | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), January 14, 2007 | Go to article overview

Raney Snares a Title for BC


Bridges, Eric, Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)


Byline: Eric Bridges Daily Herald Correspondent

It's often said that the heart of a champion is measured most in how they handle adversity.

A week after losing his first match of the season, Kaneland's Sean Szatkowski fought through a bloody lip, strained chest muscle, and an arthritic knee to defeat Burlington Central's Garrett Fiorito 7-4 for the 103-pound class title Saturday at Kaneland's own invitational.

Szatkowski's championship led off the finals round where he was one of seven Kaneland wrestlers to win titles on the Knights' way to the 12-team tournament title with 242 points.

"It was just motivation to come out and win even more," Szatkowski said about wrestling after his first loss. He is now 28- 1.

"If you want to place at state you have to know that you can compete there."

Fiorito is now 17-5 for the season.

Burlington Central placed sixth overall with 104 points, earning a title from Joe Raney (19-4) in the 135-pound class and second- place finishes by Fiorito (103), Curt Mastio (140) and Taylor Schuck (145).

Raney won a 6-4 decision over Chicago Hope's Vintiez Brooks, earning his last 2 points midway through the third period.

"The last match he was really strong, good technique, and great defense, so it was hard for me to finish my shots," Raney said. "The last two points I got as he kind of shot through and then I was just able to bring him down by working around him."

Elgin's Terrell Reed (25-3) was second at 160 pounds, while St. …

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