Nick Orio did not compete due to an injury.
Nick Orio wrestled at 149 pounds, garnering 16 wins...Placed fourth at the All-Academy Championship.
Orio was a state champion at 135 pounds as a senior and the runner-up in that weight class as a junior...Three-time regional and district champion...Named an All-America and all-state selection as a senior...Three-time All-South Jersey and all-conference selection...Two-time all-area selection and four-time all-group selection...Held the school record with 127 career wins and 37 wins in a season...Finished with a 127-8 record under Gary Worthington...Also competed in Dynasty Sports with Keith Jackson...Played football as well.
Born August 5, 1986...Son of Anthony and Lisa Orio...Has one brother and one sister...A criminal justice major.
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