CHERRY HILL – It’s been a long day – but in a good way – for Trey Friedman of Lenape.

Junior Lenope returned to Al DiBartolomeo Gymnasium for the 27th district tournament.

At least he did better than his last postseason visit.

“Last year we had regions – I broke his chops before that,” said Lenape coach Chris Islik. “He went 0-1 in the regions and fought for only 23 seconds. This year was different. I am very proud of them. “

Friedman faced Kurt Venus of the Toms River East, who only needed so much time to hold him back on third place and a place in the state tournament.

On Saturday, it was Friedman moving on – after leading the 113-pound pedestal at the NJSIAA 27 Wrestling Championships at Cherry Hill East High School.

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