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Varsity Wrestling

The Program

Wrestling, one of Nobles' oldest sports, was introduced as an interscholastic sport by the legendary Wilbur Storer back in 1947. Since then, Nobles has produced many Graves-Kelsey and New England Champions, as well as National Prep School place winners and a national champion. However, individual accomplishments and team record are secondary to more lofty goals.

 

Past wrestlers contact us yearly to tell us that wrestling played a significant role in their development as a person. In practice and during competition, we stress hard work, discipline, and responsibility for one's actions. In addition, we emphasize the team aspect of wrestling, sportsmanship, and respect for others. Although the sport of wrestling is challenging, we create an environment which is supportive for experienced wrestlers and novices alike.

 

Coaching Information

 

Coach Danhof enters his second year coaching wrestling at Nobles.  Previous to Nobles, Coach Danhof served as the Head Coach at BB&N and coached at Blair for 11 years, one year as the Head Coach.  While at Blair, he worked on the coaching staff for 6 consensus #1 team’s in the country and was a part of a 35 year streak of 1st place finishes at Prep Nationals.  Coach Danhof also coached Team NJ, working with the girl’s team and the boy’s freestyle and greco teams.  During his coaching tenure, Coach Danhof has worked with wrestlers of all levels, from first-year wrestlers to those who went on to wrestle at the division one level.  Former wrestlers have competed at Williams, Harvard, Army, UPenn, Michigan, UNC, University of Chicago, Lehigh, Davidson, Cornell, Stanford, and Princeton.  Coach Danhof also competed collegiately at Williams, placing in New Englands and captaining the team his Junior and Senior years.  In high school, he placed 1st in NH states, and he was a two-time NE finalist.  In addition to coaching wrestling at Nobles, Coach Danhof teaches English and works with the Strength and Conditioning program.

 

Coach Toubman is set to begin his 36th year coaching wrestling at Nobles.  He brings a wealth of experience, immense passion, and patience to his coaching.  He is a graduate of Amherst College, where he started for four years, earned All-New England honors three times, and captained the team during his senior year. Following college, Coach Toubman actively competed in freestyle for eight years. During his coaching career, he has involved himself not only with high school competition, but also with youth wrestling, club activity, wrestling camps, and USA Wrestling. Over the years, Coach Toubman has helped coach youth and club wrestling in Franklin, Dedham, and Natick. He has also worked at a large number of wrestling camps throughout New England and Pennsylvania, most recently the first Nobles Wrestling Camp. In addition, he earned his Silver Level Certification from USA Wrestling in September of 2004,  a feat that, at the time, had only been accomplished by 175 coaches nationwide.  Steve's passion for the sport is not restricted to the Northeast region of the United States. He has attended NCAA Division I, World Championships, and Olympic competition in Oklahoma City (OK), Chapel Hill (NC), State College (PA), Albany (NY), St. Louis (MO), Philadelphia (PA), Clermont Ferrand (France), Toronto (Canada), Atlanta (GA), New York City (NY), and Barcelona (Spain).  

 

Coach Kevin Gerhart enters his 5th season at Nobles. Prior to Nobles, Coach Gerhart competed in football and wrestling at Wilkes University.  As a four year starter in football, Coach Gerhart was awarded First Team All-Conference three times, and Second Team All-American his senior year.  Although Kevin only wrestled during his junior year at Wilkes, he started in the 184lb weight class and participated in the conference championships.  Before college, he wrestled at Lower Dauphin High School in Hummelstown, Pennsylvania where he was a two-time Section Champion and placed 8th at the PA State Tournament in 2007.  Coach Gerhart was also a three-year varsity starter in football for the Falcons.  In the practice room, Coach Gerhart wrestles with many of our mid to upper weights.  This past year, he played a great role in the development of Hayden Folgert, who placed third at New Englands and qualified for Prep Nationals.   

 
This fall marks Coach Stephen Jordan’s 6th year coaching at Nobles.  In high school, he started for three years on the varsity wrestling team at Dedham High, where he also played football and baseball.  In wrestling, he won a Sectional Championship and placed 5th at the Massachusetts State Tournament.  He continued his football career at Framingham State University where he was a four-year starting linebacker, two-time captain, First Team All-Conference, and All-New England.  Coach Jordan began his coaching career at Newton North High School, where he coached football, wrestling, and baseball.  More recently, he was the head wrestling coach at Dedham High School, where he coached five Sectional Champions, 2 State Champions, an All-State Champion, and a New-England Champion.  At Nobles, he works primarily with our upper weights, providing great instruction and serving as a wrestling partner.  In addition to wrestling, he also heads up the JV Baseball team.
 

Contact Coach Danhof at cdanhof0f@nobles.edu or 603.661.7760

Contact Coach Toubman at stoubman0f@nobles.edu or 781-320-7136

 

Upcoming Schedule

DATE OPPONENT SITE DEPART  
TIME
START  
TIME
END
TIME  
EST RETURN  
TIME
Sat 12/2 Concord Academy MAC Wrestling Rm 1:30PM   3:30PM   5:30PM   6:15PM  
Sat 12/9 St. Paul's MAC Wrestling Rm 1:00PM   4:00PM   6:00PM   8:00PM  
Sat 12/9 Thayer Academy MAC Wrestling Rm 4:00PM   6:00PM  
Fri 1/5 LCA, Landmark MAC Wrestling Rm 3:00PM   5:00PM   8:00PM   9:00PM  
Sat 1/6 Lawrence, BB&N, Portsmouth Abbey MAC Wrestling Rm 8:30PM   POSTPONED
Mon 1/8 Lawrence, BB&N, Portsmouth Abbey MAC Wrestling Rm 3:00PM   4:45PM   7:00PM   7:45PM  
Fri 1/12 Milton MAC Wrestling Rm 3:15PM   5:00PM   7:00PM   7:40PM  
Sat 1/13 Brooks, NMH, LCA 2:00PM   6:00PM  
Wed 1/17 St. Sebastian's, Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall MAC Wrestling Rm 2:00PM   3:30PM   5:30PM   6:00PM  
Sat 1/20 Brunswick Tournament MAC Wrestling Rm 6:00AM   8:00AM   5:00PM   7:00PM  
Fri 1/26 Roxbury Latin, Middlesex 5:00PM   7:00PM  
Wed 1/31 Belmont Hill MAC Wrestling Rm 2:00PM   3:30PM   5:30PM   6:15PM  
Sat 2/3 St. Mark's, Governor's, Tabor MAC Wrestling Rm 11:30AM   2:00PM   5:00PM   5:45PM  
Sat 2/10 Graves Kelsey MAC Wrestling Rm 7:00AM   9:00AM   5:00PM   6:00PM  
Fri 2/16 New England Tournament MAC Wrestling Rm 5:00PM   9:00PM  
Sat 2/17 New England Tournament MAC Wrestling Rm 9:00AM   4:00PM  
Fri 2/23 Nationals MAC Wrestling Rm 8:30AM   8:00PM  
Sat 2/24 Nationals MAC Wrestling Rm 8:30AM   3:00PM  

Results

There are no results available

Coaches

Charles Danhof - Head coach
Kevin Gerhart
Steve Jordan
Steve Toubman

Roster

NAME GRADE NUMBER
Aldykiewicz, Vikram 11
Camacho, Cam 12
Dorsey, Liam 12
Flynn, Ryan 12
Hazard, Nick 10
Jankey, Sam 10
Millay, Christopher 10
Monaghan, Danny 12
Porter, Ethan 11
Qasrawi, Bassam 11
Riley, Ian 12
Shell, Elijah 11
Welch, Michael 12
Xiao, Mark 12
Yeh, David 12

Wrestling Nestor

Nobles has a rich wrestling tradition. Learn more about our medalists from past National, New England and Graves Kelsey Tournaments by clicking the links below.

 
   Prep National Tournament Medalists

   New England Tournament Medalists

   Graves Kelsey / Class B Champions

 



Prep National Tournament Medalists

 

  Place Weight Class


1952
Fred Jelleme


2nd

167

1975
Ev Henderson  

4th

135


1976
Ev Henderson


4th

136

1982
Clift Georgaklis   

1st

149


1983
Andrew Pritchard
Paul O’Boyle


8th
7th

136
142


1984
Andrew Pritchard


6th

142


2005
Jason Gavris


8th

160

 

 

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New England Tournament Medalists

 

  Place Weight Class

1949
Rog Flather


1st


175

1950
Larry Bidstrup
Tony Stout
Howard Jelleme
Fred Jelleme
Rog Flather
Charles Draper


4th
2nd
2nd
3rd
2nd
1st


128
135
145
155
175
HWT

1951
Tony Stout
Fred Jelleme
Bob Nichols
John A. Dunn, Jr


3rd
1st
3rd
2nd


147
157
167
HWT

1952
Warren Dillon
Graham Ward
Fred Jelleme
John A. Dunn, Jr


2nd
4th
2nd
1st


147
157
167
HWT

1953
Budge Badger


3rd


123

1954
Budge Badger
Ted Reese


4th
2nd


130
137

1955
Bob Chellis


3rd


167

1956
Wade Williams


1st


137 MOW

1957
Wade Williams
Gordon Grant


1st
1st


147 MOW
HWT

1958 
Gordon Grant


3rd


HWT

1959 
John Hitz
John Gibson


4th
2nd


157
167

1963
Steve Roy


4th


157

1964
Steve Roy


2nd


167

1965
Duncan Innes
Peter Wilkins


1st
1st


127
167

1968
John Darman


2nd


167

1973
Ev Henderson


2nd


115

1979
Clift Georgaklis
Bill Motley
Taber Keally


1st
2nd
3rd


110
133
160

1980
Clift Georgaklis
Bill Motley
Taber Keally


2nd
2nd
5th


127
145
160

1982
Andrew Pritchard
Paul O’Boyle
John Tayer


1st
1st
3rd


121
133
145

1985
Tim O’Keeffe


3rd


121

1987
Pat Noble


1st


133

1988
Lee Wexler


1st


125

1990
John Haskell
Didzis Voldins


4th
1st


189
275

1991
John Nestor


4th


160

1992
David Merrill
David Ferrone
John Sinis


2nd
3rd
2nd


119
125
130

1993
Damien Robinson
Kenyatta Grant-Lawrence


3rd
4th


130
160

1994
Anthony Ackil


1st


275

1995
Brad Taicher
Sam Zoob


6th
4th


112
130

1997
Steve Southard


3rd


145

2005
Jason Gavris
James Geary
Nate Pritchett


2nd
2nd
5th


160
189
215

2006
Hartford Haffenreffer
Mike Shanahan


5th
5th


160
215

2008
Clem Chanenchuk
Aditya Mukerjee


4th
4th


103
112

2009
Clem Chanenchuk


6th


119

2010
Clem Chanenchuk
Dan Toubman
Dan Samost
Jake Ezickson


6th
6th
8th
5th


125
130
135
140

2011
Dan Toubman
Clem Chanenchuk
Ben Kirshner
Hans Vitzthum


5th
3rd
8th
6th


135
140
145
215

2012
Andrew Conway
Jackson Timm
Dan Toubman
Caleb Kirshner
John Keally


4th
5th
5th
8th
8th


106
138
145
152
170

2013
Dan Toubman
John Keally


2nd
4th


160
182

2014
Andrew Fai
John Keally


6th
3rd


132
182

2015
David Yeh
Martin Williams


7th
4th


113
285

2016
Clay Mizgerd
David Yeh
Christian Yeh
Bassam Qasrawi
Hayden Folgert


5th
3rd
8th
8th
3rd


113
120
132
145
182


2017
Ethan Porter
David Yeh
Cam Camacho
Bassam Qasrawi



6th
2nd
7th
8th



113
120
145
160

 


Notes
MOW = Most Outstanding Wrestler

 

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Graves Kelsey / Class B Champions

Called the Class B Tournament from 1962-1965
Called the Graves Kelsey Tournament from 1966 to Present

 

  Weight Class

1962   
Dick Wadsworth
Paul Foss


167
177

1964
Duncan Innes
Steve Roy


115
167

1965
Duncan Innes
Peter Wilkins


121
167

1966
Duncan Innes


127

1967
Eric Pape 


152

1969
Mark Haffenreffer


177

1970
Steve Kistner


HWT

1971
George Parker


177

1973
Ev Henderson
Jan Jelleme


115
133

1975
Ev Henderson


133

1976
Steve Cox
Ev Henderson


127
138 MOW

1979
Clift Georgaklis
Dwight Aspinwall
Phil Haughey


115
133
152

1980
Clift Georgaklis
Bill Motley


127
145 MOW

1981
Clift Georgaklis


138

1982
Andrew Pritchard
Clift Georgaklis


127
152 MOW

1984
Andrew Pritchard


145

1985
Tim O’Keeffe


127

1986
Patrick Noble


127

1990
Didzis Voldins


HWT    AS

1992
Dave Merrill
John Sinis


119
130

1993
Damien Robinson
Anthony Ackil


130
HWT

1995
Wyeth Lynch


HWT

2001
Derek Cash


171

2004
Jason Gavris
James Geary


152
189

2005
Jason Gavris
James Geary


160
189    AS

2008
Clem Chanenchuk


103

2011
Clem Chanenchuk


140

2014
Andrew Fai


132

2015
Martin Williams


HWT

2016
David Yeh
Hayden Folgert


120
182

2017
David Yeh
Cam Camacho


120
145

 


Notes
MOW = Most Outstanding Wrestler
AS = All Scholastic, Boston Globe

 

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