Mike Mokos - Mike is in his 7th year with the Raiders. He wrestled in High School for Council Rock. Mike was a District Champ, Sectional Champ, and 2xState Qualifier. He continued in college spending his redshirt freshman year at the University of North Carolina. He then transferred to Drexel and was a starter for 3 years at 118lbs. Mike serves as our Director of Coaching
Jack Fitzpatrick - Jack won 108 matches wrestling for Archbishop Wood, finishing 2nd at National Preps. He continued his wrestling career at The College of New Jersey. After college, he coached at Archbishop Wood as an assistant and head coach for 10 years, winning the Philadelphia Catholic League Championship in 2002. This was followed by nine years at Richboro Middle School as Head Coach, 5 of which were undefeated seasons. He is currently in his sixth year with the CB Raiders.
Bryan Decembrino - Bryan is returning as a third year coach with the Organization. His wrestling career started with the Raiders Organization over 35 years ago. He posted over 100 wins and was a State Qualifier for CB West high School. He went on to wrestle for Rider University. After college Bryan coached for 8+ years with both Neshaminy High School and Hatboro Horsham High School. His father Francis J. Decembrino was one of the original coaches for the CB Raiders Organization and Bryan is proud and excited to be a part of the Raiders, where his love for wrestling began!
Trap McCormack - Trap was a 3x state champion in high school, wrestling for Sugar Valley/Bald Eagle Nittany. He went on to wrestle at Lock Haven University. As a coach, Trap's most obvious assets are his incredible technical skills and innovative approaches to training. He's a technique junkie, not only from his own wrestling days, but in trying to find new techniques for kids on the team to use and strategize with. He continues to learn as a coach, doing research on what the best wrestlers and teams around the country are doing. Then he finds ways too incorporate them into the teams very own practices. But more importantly, he helps shapes our wrestlers into fine young men and women. He is a true role model to the kids.
Joe McGinley - Joe was a three year starter at Neshaminy HIgh School, and was a four year starter at Bucknell University, where he was a three time conference place winner. Mr. McGinley was a coach with the CB Raiders from 1996- 2004. At that time, the Raiders were the dominant team in the East Penn League. In 2005, he began coaching at CB West, where he was an assistant for three years and head coach for 9, coaching multiple district and regional champions as well as several state medalists. Mr. McGinley returned to the Raiders in 2015 as head coach and hopes to return the program to its former standards of excellence. It is a pleasure to work with coaches having the level of commitment and attention to detail that the present crew has.
Josh Walker - In four years with Penn State, Josh posted an 84-29 career record. In his final season with the Nittany Lions, Walker went 18-8 overall, 5-2 in dual meets. Josh served as team captain during his senior season. He ranks fourth all-time in career pins (33) at Penn State. He earned the 11th man award and the Larry Reilly Courage Award. Currently, Josh serves as the Director of Development for Children’s Hospital, where he raises funds in order to provide the most advanced treatments for children with brain tumors and pediatric head injuries, work to develop new therapies, and address the lasting effects of neurological disorders.
Steve Stoneback - Steve is in his third year with the the Raiders and is working with the novice group. He started wrestling as a Freshman at Archbishop Wood High School. Standing at 5'2 tall and weighing 95 pounds, he clearly needed to learn how to utilize body control to defend himself. Steve wrestled all four years in high school and was captain of the varsity team his senior year. Wrestling taught him about personal responsibility, discipline and mental toughness among many other things. These skills translate directly to his profession as a police officer, which he has been using to serve the community for thirteen years. Steve is looking forward to helping the next generation, including his son, develop the abilities that wrestling instills.
Justin Shorts - This is Justin’s second year with the Raiders. He wrestled at Northwestern Lehigh HS in the Lehigh Valley, and finished with 102 wins. He went on to start at 133 for Delaware Valley University 05'-07'. While at Del Val Justin wrestled in the NCAA team duals. He coached one year at Palisades High School before enlisting. “Wrestling gave me the mental toughness and skills to persevere through the past 8 years of life in the military. Every where I have been, I have been an advocate for youth wrestling programs in one way or another, because I believe so strongly in the values this sport has to offer.” Justin coached for the Seneca youth wrestling program in south Jersey for the past two years before coming back to Bucks County.
Dan McAuley - With a true passion for the sport Dan has been involved in the sport of wresting in one form or the other since 1987. 1987-1994 Wrestled for Springfield JR/SR High school: Multiple tournament honors. All area Team honor in 1994. In college he wrestled for Philly Freestyle Wrestling club in the USA wrestling circuit. In 1997 he was the head Coach of Abington Friends JR/SR High school program. A dwindling program which by the time he left to pursue his career had tripled its numbers. Since 2012 Dan has been an active member of the Raiders Wrestling organization. In 2014 Dan served as Head Coach of the Raiders Novice program and was promoted to a full board position in 2015. Dan is the Head Coach for Unami - Tamanend Wrestling Team.
Matt Ierubino - Matt just finished his first year coaching with the Raiders in the novice room. He wrestled at Council Rock where he was a Section, District, and Regional Champ and ranked in the top 3 in PA his senior year (and still bitter about his performance at Hershey!) He also competed in Freestyle and Greco-Roman at the US Cadet, Junior, and Espoir Nationals. Matt went on to wrestle at the University of Virginia until sidelined by knee injuries. He also coached HS wrestling in both VA and CO before moving back to PA in 2007.
Howard Wilson - Howard was a four year starter at Bensalem High School and wrestled at West Virginia University. While at Bensalem Howard compiled a record of 95 wins and 13 losses. He was a 2x Sectional Champion, 1xDistrict Champion,1xRegional Champion and State Qualifier and was inducted into the Bensalem Hall of Fame. He was the Head Coach for the CB Raiders from 2003-08 where the Raiders Black Team went 60-0 and won 6 straight East Penn Titles. Howard is back with the Raiders, coaching and serving on the Board.
Brett’s wrestling career began in 1979 wrestling for the Blue Knights in Levittown, Pennsylvania. A
graduate of Neshaminy High School, Brett was a two-time state qualifier. His wrestling career continued
at Drexel University as a four-year starter and team captain. Brett’s Freestyle career includes 5 years at
Foxcatcher on the cadet team where he won a national championship. Today, Brett’s dedication to
wrestling continues, not only as a first year coach for the CB Raiders, but as a steadfast supporter of his
Eric Folkins- Eric was a California high school freestyle place winner and national qualifier. He went on to wrestle at the University of Minnesota and was a 3-year letter winner, 4thin the 1992 Big Ten Championships, NCAA national qualifier and captain his senior year. He placed 4that Espoir Nationals and 4thtwice at Freestyle Open Nationals. His coaching experience includes 6 years at the J Robinson Intensive Camps, Assistant coach at South Pasadena H.S. and began coaching youth wrestling in 1991. This is his second year as a Raider coach with his daughter Charlotte. He also coaches multiple youth sports that include running, field hockey and softball. “Wrestling is a great sport for everyone, it taught me dedication, discipline, hard work and physical and mental skills that apply to other sports and daily life.”
Jim Dennis- Jim grew up in New Jersey where he wrestled varsity for two years at The Lawrenceville School and two years at Bishop Eustace Prep School. Some of his accomplishments include 2nd place in the NJ Independent School State Championships as a Sophomore, 3rd place in the NJ District 28 Championships as a Junior, and 1st place in the NJ District 28 Championships as a senior. After high school Jim served as head wrestling coach for four years at Baseline Middle School in Boulder, Colorado. He is an active USA Wrestling coach with Bronze Level Certification.
Kevin Adamskyhas been involved in wrestling for over 10 years, the last 4 with the Raiders. While a senior at CB East in 2011, Kevin won the Coaches Award, given to the wrestler who best represented the coaches’ ideals for the team. Kevin has degrees in elementary and special education from Gwynedd Mercy University and has worked with children in a classroom environment, and through his involvement with wrestling, football, and soccer.