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District Runner~up 8-3 Sectional Champions· C.I.T. Champions State Coaches Poll: #6 State Qualifiers Brent Goode - 103 Mike Baria -140 lJtivid·Candy -119 Chris Wessel- 215 District Qualifiers Brent Goode -103 Tom Hayden -112 David Candy - 119

Ryan Meyer - 135 Mike Baria -140 Brandon Gilbert-145

Dan Adkins -160 Ryan Lukens -189 Chris Wessel- 215


ARCHBISHOP MOELLER HIGH SCHOOL

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2002 AGENDA

3:00pm

SOCIAL

3:30pm

WELCOME ............................................... Jeff Gaier Varsity Coach

FRESHMEN TEAM ....... Jason Ahlers, Bob Feldman

Freshmen Coaches

J.V. TEAM ................. Nick Corey, Donald Schnitzler J.V. Coaches

SPECIAL RECOGNITION ......................... Jeff Gaier 5:00pm

INVOCATION .................. Bro. Charlie Wanda, S.M.

................................................................................................... Team Chaplin

..................................................................... DINNER 6:00pm

YOUTH WRESTLING ........................... Dale Berger Kid Crusader Coach

JUNIOR HIGH TEAM ............................. Dan Kunkel

Junior High Coach

SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARDS ...... Dick Beerman

Athletic Director

VARSITY GOLD TEAM ....................... Bruce Nelson

Varsity Coach

VARSITY TEAM ................................... Ed Jamieson

Varsity Coach

SENIORS .................................................. Jeff Gaier

Varsity Coach

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ALUMNI RECOGNITION ..................... David Seeaer President - Crusaders for Wrestling

CLOSING (approx)


MOELLER WRESTLING 2002 High School I Junior High Coaches: Jeff Gaier Ed Jamieson P.J. Boland

Nick Corey Don Schnitzler Bruce Nelson

Jason Ahlers Bob Feldman Jude Skove

Dan Kunkel Doug Weaver Dale Berger Duane Meyer

Team Support: Dick Beerman (Athletic Director) Barry Borman (Athletic Director) Bro. Charlie Wanda (Team Chaplain) Criag Lindsey (Athletic Trainer) David Seeger (CFW President) Tim Cunningham (CFW Vice-President) Brooke Baria (Statistics)

Tom & Vera Adkins (Senior Parents) Paul & Kathy Asbrock (Senior Parents) Mike & Debbie Baria (Senior Parents) Bill & Marge Candy (Senior Parents) Tom & Michelle Gilbert (Senior Parents) Jim & Beth Meyer (Senior Parents) Don & Vickie Schnitzler (Senior Parents)

Seniors: Daniel Adkins Eric Asbrock

Michael Baria David Candy

Chuck Kromer Jeff Lang BenLlyod

Andrew Murphy Jeff Newell Patrick Richter

Bill Adkins Brandan Asbrock Tony Auciello Brendan Beresford Kevin Buckingham Mike Cronin

Brandon Druffel Brent Goode Scott Greenwald Ryan Hanson Brian Haverkos Tom Hayden

Kevin Connors Mark Druffel Nathan Gates Patrick Grau Austin Griffith

Jake Hoctor Jameslzon Kyle Jones Nathan Kmetz TimMauntel

Brandon Gilbert Daniel Gilbert

Ryan Meyer Chad Schnitzler

Juniors: Joe Sheehan Michael Stanley Dan Tobergte

Chris Wessel Pat Witte

¡Sophomores: Brent Hutzel Ryan Lukens John Margraf (Stats) Ben Michaels David Neumann

Steve Pestian Sean Robinett Dan Rush Jimmy Tull Chris Walsh PhilYowler

Freshmen: Daniel Meier Tony MartinoMeyer Josh Newbanks Charles Quehl

Ben Schutte Robert Taylor Matt Tennant J erami Tilley

Junior High: Frank Becker (7) Larry Bruner (7) Joshua Brock (8) Eric Cameron (8) Sam Cole (8) Dean Gaier (7)

Jared Glaser (8) Ma'rinoHall (7) Matt Hammer (7) Andrew Hembree (7) Tommy Hopkins (7) Matt Hopp (7)

Allen Hughes (8) DavidKlonne (8) Stephen Lane (8) Germane Lindsey (7) MarkLindsey (7) Mike Mahon (7)

Matt McMasters (8) Lou Miller (8) Tom O'Brian (8) Drew Pifer (7) Greg Weimer (7) Alex Weaver (8) Tommy Weinkam (7)


MOELLER WRESTLING- BANQUET AWARDS MOST VALUABLE WRESTLER: - given to the wrestler whose competition performances, practice habits, leadership, and holistic commitment elevated the performance level of the team.

OUTSTANDING WRESTLER: - given to the wrestler whose mat performance was consistently highest throughout the year, and whose performance peaked at the team's most critical tournaments.

CRUSADER AWARD: - given to the wrestler who best displays the qualities of the wrestler and individual our program aspires to produce: Honesty, Loyalty, Respect, Unselfishness, and Class.

BIGMOEAWARD: - given to that individual who best exemplifies and defines teamwork and sacrifice. This individual is selfless in his willingness to do whatever is needed for the sake, cause, and overall goals of the team.

MOST IMPROVED WRESTLER: - given to the wrestler that has shown marked improvement from the first day of practice to the end.

BULLDOG AWARD: - given to the wrestler that has shown exemplary mental and physical toughness both during competition and in the practice room.

SPIRIT AWARD : -given to the wrestler who best exemplifies "The Moeller Wrestler", displaying exemplary camaraderie, passion, and attitude within the context of the team's overall goals and vision.

NEWCOMERAWARD: - given to the first year varsity wrestler who makes the biggest impact on the success of the team.

TAKEDOWN AWARD : - given to that individual who is most impressive in the neutral position in wrestling. Typically this wrestle.r leads the team in takedowns for the year.

HAMMER AWARD (Most Pins) : - given to that individual who is most impressive pinning their opponents. Typically this wrestler leads the team in pins for the year.

EAGLE AWARD: - given to that individual who displayed marked commitment to preparation for the upcoming wrestling season. This includes dedication during fall lifting and attendance at spring and summer wrestling opportunities.

CAPTAIN'S AWARD: - given to those individuals who were elected by their teammates as team leaders. Selection was made before the first match of the year.

SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARD - given to the senior and underclass wrestler with the highest class rank. To earn the award the wrestler must have a minimum g.p.a. of 3.50.

MOELLER WRESTLING ALUMNI AWARD - given to a former Moeller wrestler who continues to show support and dedication to the Moeller wrestling program after his graduation.


The SENIORS ....... .

Year Wgt. Senior 160 Junior 160 Soph. 152 Frosh 140 Total

Won Lost Level Varsity 24 15 17 2 JV JV 22 8 25 4 Frosh 88 29 4 yrs.

DISTRICT QUALIFIER

Year Senior Junior Soph Total

Wgt. 135 130 112

Won Lost 1 4 4 7 5 19

Level Varsity JV JV

10-30

3 yrs.


Wgt. Year Senior 140 Junior 135 Soph. 135 Frosh 125

Total

Won Lost Level 32 8 Varsity 10 Varsity 27 9 Varsity 36 @Mason 27 7

122 - 34 4 yrs.

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 3X ACADEMIC ALL-OHIO 2x STATE PLACER

Year Wgt. Senior 119 Junior 119 Soph. 103 Frosh 103 Total

Won Lost Level 27 13 Varsity 14 16 Varsity 29 13 Varsity 25 14 Varsity 4 yrs. 95-56

2X ACADEMIC ALL-OHIO 2x STATE QUALIF1ER 4 Yr. VARSITY Letterman


Year Wgt. Senior 145 Junior 145 Soph. 140 Frosh 130 Total

Won Lost Level 18 16 Varsity 31 4 JV 17 5 JV 4 4 Frosh 70-29 4 yrs.

DISTRICT QUALIFIER

Year Senior Junior Soph. Frosh Total

Wgt. 171 152 145 119

Won Lost Level 9 16 Varsity 20 5 JV 18 5 JV 13 5 Frosh 4 yrs. 60-31


Year Wgt. Senior 135 Junior 130 Soph. 125 Frosh 112

Total

Won Lost Level 23 16 Varsity 16 19 Varsity 13 14 Varsity 17 10 Var/Fr

69-59 4 yrs.

2x DISTRICT QUALIFIER 4 Yr. VARSITY Letterman

Year (wgt. Senior! 152 Junior 140 Soph. 135 Frosh 135 Total 1

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Won Lost 16 14 16 10 20 6 25 1 77-31

Level Varsity Var/JV Var/JV Frosh 4 yrs.

3 Yr. jVARSITY Letterman I


STATE QUALIFIERS Brent Goode -103 ** David Candy -119

Mike Baria -140 Chris Wessel- 215

Alternates: Ryan Meyer -135 Dan Adkins -160 DISTRICT QUALIFIERS Brandon Gilbert -145 Brent Goode -103 * Tom Hayden -112 Dan Adkins -160 David Candy -119 * Ryan Lukens -189 * Ryan Meyer -135 Chris Wessel- 215 * Mike Baria -140 * Alternates: Daniel Gilbert -171 Brian Haverkos -125 Joe Sheehan -130 Chuck Kromer- HWT Chad Schnitzler- 152 ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN MikeBaria ACADEMIC ALL-OHIO Mike Baria, David Candy, Brent Goode

* Sectional Champion **District Champion


IVARSITY TEAM STATS- 2001 I 2002 FINAL CITY POLL RANKING: 7th (South West Ohio Wrestling Coaches Association) FINAL STATE POLL RANKING:

6th

(State Wrestling Coaches Association)

DUAL MEETS: (8-3) SCORES: Moeller 41 - Fairfield 19 Moeller 16- Blair Academy, NJ 54 (Easton Duals} Moeller 50- Randolph, NJ 18 (Easton Duals) Moeller 44- Bethlehem Cath., PA 23 (Easton Duals} Moeller 30 - Elder 23 Moeller 39 - St. Xavier 28

Moeller 23- Davison, Ml 46 (St. Ed's Quad) Moeller 16- St. Edward 50 (St. Ed's Quad) Moeller 34- Wadsworth 26 (St. Ed's Quad) Moeller 34- Dayton Carroll 26 Moeller 36 - Lakota East 33

TOURNAMENT RESULTS: lronman (27 Teams): 1 ih S.W.O.W.C.A. Holiday Tournament (28 Teams): 4th Ohio Catholic Invitational Tournament (33 Teams): 2"d (overall), 1st (Large School) G.C.L. (9 Teams): 3rd Sectional Tournament (13 Teams): 1st. 226 points, 9 district qualifiers District Tournament: 2"d, 110 points, 4 state qualifiers State Tournament: 5 points

IVARSITY WRESTLING INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Tournaments: (IM) lronman (CC) Coaches Classic (CIT) Ohio All-Catholic (GCL) GCL (SEC) Sectional (DIS) District (ST) State

Tournament Place WGT 103

WRESTLER ffi}. · BRENT GOODE (1 0)

Won

Lost

PINS

28

4

18

0

2

0

IM

cc

103

JOSH NEWBANKS (9)

112

TOM HAYDEN (1 0}

23

15

7

5 3

119

DAVID CANDY (12}

27

13

3

125

DAVID NEUMANN (10)

5

8

5

125

BRIAN HAVERKOS (10)

6

10

3

125

. KEVIN BUCKINGHAM (1 0)

0

2

0

125

BILL ADKINS (10)

2

3

0

130

JOE SHEEHAN (1 0)

15

17

9

135

RYAN MEYER (12)

23

16

9

0

2

0

32

8

13

135 140

ERIC ASBROCK (12) : MIKE BARIA (12)

145

BRANDON GILBERT (12)

18

16

5

152

CHAD SCHNITZLER (12)

16

14

7

160

DAN ADKINS (12)

24

15

14

171

DANIEL GILBERT (12)

9

16

0

189

RYAN LUKENS (12)

27

13

7

215

CHRIS WESSEL (12)

18

17

12

275

CHUCK KROMER (11)

10

13

4

275

JIMMYTULL (10)

3

0

CIT

GCL

Sec

3

3

DIS

2

5

2

3

5

5

5

5

6

2

2

2

5

2

5

3 3

5

2

3

3

3

2

5

5 3

3

4 5

3

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Moeller Wrestling -Varsity Individual Stats 2001-2002

TDS For A

Wgt Wrestler

NF-3 For A

NF-2 For A

REV For A

ESC For A

Pen Pts Tee Maj. For A Pins Fall Dec.

Tm.

Pts.

Won Lost Pins

Pet

125 Adkins, Bill

5

6

0

7

1

1

1

1

2

3

1

0

0

0

0

3.0

2

3

0

.400

160 Adkins, Dan

49

28

12

8

6

4

10

7

16

35

2

3

13

1

1

108.5

24

15

14

.615

0

2

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

0

2

0

.000

148

15

26

4

10

2

6

0

21

110

4

8

9

4

9

171.5

32

8

13

.800

125 Buckingham, Kevin

0

3

0

2

0

3

0

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0.0

0

2

0

.000

119 Candy, David

88

57

7

·8

3

4

3

5

57

78

6

0

2

1

5

116.5

27

13

3

.675

145 Gilbert, Brandon

55

41

3

6

2

5

6

4

36

62

2

1

5

0

2

64.0

18

16

5

.529

171 Gilbert, Daniel

32

33

5

9

1

5

3

1

31

38

1

1

0

0

4

24.0

9

16

0

.360

103 Goode, Brent

70

17

17

5

5

4

13

3

13 : 42

1

3

17

1

2

183.0

28

4

18

.875

125 Haverkos, Brian

13

23

5

8

1

5

5

7

10 • 14

2

1

3

0

1

19.0

6

10

3

.375

112 Hayden, Tom

42

31

20

5

3

3

6

8

25

4

8

5

2

4

78.5

23

15

7

.605

7

4

0

1

41.0

10

13

4

.435

5

6

1

6

105.5

27

13

7

.675

135 Asbrock, Eric 140 Baria, Mike

21

:

275 Kromer, Chuck

18

10

1

1

0

1

1

2

9 • 13

7

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189 Lukens, Ryan

67

39

9

8

2

3

9

2

37

55

8

135 Meyer, Ryan

72

42

7

10

6

5

7

8

43

56

3

8

6

3

2

101.5

23

16

9

.590

125 Neumann, David

18

23

9

5

6

3

8

2

8 . 19

1

1

3

2

0

17.5

5

8

5

.385

1

0

0

0

0.0

0

2

0

.000

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103 Newbanks, Josh

0

4

0

2

0

3

1

1

1

0

0

171 Sabatini, Brian

3

4

0

1

0

1

0

2

2

2

0

3

1

0

0

6.0

1

3

1

.250

152 Schnitzler, Chad

44

45

10

6

2

1

3

2

32

35

2

4

6

1

1

59.0

16

14

7

.533

130 Sheehan, Joe

37

49

8

8

3

8

3

11

27

30

2

6

9

0

2

53.0

15

17

9

.469

275 Tull, Jimmy

4

4

0

0

1

0

2

0

2

3

4

1

0

0

0

9.0

3

1

0

.750

215 Wessel, Chris

41

49

4

17

2

8

4

6

37

31

2

5

12

0

1

90.0

18

17

12

.514

806

525 143 121

54

70

91

74 409 647 52

16

41

1250.5

287

208

117

.580

Team Totals

67 101


Moeller Wrestling- Career Statistics (Varsity)

Yr Wrestler

TDS For A

NF-3 For A

REV For A

ESC For A

Sr

49

28

12

8

6

4

10

7

16

35

2

3

13

1

1

108.5

24

15

14

.615

0

2

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

.000

383

67

47

5

25

3

16

3

93 310 17

14

17

10

22

462

95

27

27

.779

Sr Candy, David

264

186 25

41

22

15

19

13 156 235 19

9

11

5

14

401.5

95

56

16

.629

Sr Gilbert, Brandon

57

41

3

6

2

5

7

5

36

63

2

1

5

0

2

67

19

16

5

.543

Sr Gilbert, Daniel

32

33

5

9

1

5

3

1

31

38

1

1

0

0

4

24

9

16

0

.360

Sr

Meyer, Ryan

159

140 17

57

14

24

30

37

91

116 15

18

16

4

8

198

50

56

20

.472

Sr

Schnitzler, Chad

60

87

13

11

4

4

6

4

61

52

3

8

10

2

1

81.5

22

27

0

.449

Jr

Kromer, Chuck

19

31

1

1

0

2

2

5

15

15

7

11

4

0

1

52

12

29

4

.293

Jr

Richter, Pat

0

9

0

4

0

2

1

0

4

1

0

1

1

0

0

6.0

1

2

1

.333

Adkins, Dan

Sr Asbrock, Eric Sr

Barla, Mike

NF-2 For A

Pen Pts Tee Maj. For A Pins Fall Dec

Tm. Pts

Won Lost Pins

Pet

I

Jr

Sheehan, Joe

38

60

9

15

3

12

3

14

33

30

2

6

9

0

2

59

16

21

9

.432

Jr

Wessel, Chris

41

60

4

20

2

8

4

6

44

31

2

5

12

0

1

90

18

20

12

.474

Jr

Witte, Pat

0

7

0

2

0

1

1

1

3

0

0

1

1

0

0

6.0

1

3

1

.250

So Adkins, Bill

5

7

0

7

1

2

1

1

2

3

1

0

0

0

0

3

2

4

0

.333

So BuckinQham, Kevin

0

3

0

2

0

3

0

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

.000

119

57

23

18

10

12

19

9

41

83

1

9

25

1

4

298

48

17

26

.738

13

23

5

8

1

5

5

7

10

14

2

1

3

0

1

19

6

10

3

.375

So Goode, Brent So Haverkos, Brian

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I

So Hayden, Tom

42

31

20

5

3

3

6

8

25

21

4

8

5

2

4

78.5

23

15

7

.605

67

39

9

8

2

3

9

2

37

55

8

5

6

1

6

105.5

27

13

7

.675

30

39

11

15

10

6

9

8

13

23

3

2

4

2

1

29.5

9

17

6

.346

So Tull, Jimmy

4

4

0

0

1

0

2

0

2

3

4

1

0

0

0

9

3

1

0

.750

Fr

0

4

0

2

0

3

1

1

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

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So Lukens, Ryan So Neumann, David

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TOURNAMENT RESULTS: Lockland Tournament

2nd

Place - 17 teams

Amelia Tournament

2nd

Place - 9 teams

Madeira Tournament

6th

Place - 19 teams

IVARSITY Wgt 103 112 112 119 125 125 130 135 135 140 145 145 152 160 160 171 189 189 215 Hwt

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Gold" INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

WRESTLER Josh Newbanks Ben Schutte Tony Meyer Brian Haverkos Pat Richter Kevin Buckingham Eric Asbrock David Neumann Pat Witte Nathan Kmetz Brent Hutzel Andrew Murphy Ben Michaels Ryan Hanson .. Brandon Asbrock Mike Stanley Charles Quehl Brian Sabatini Brandon Druffel JimmyTull

Yr 9 9 9 10 11 10 12 10 11 9 10 11 10 10 10 11 9 12 10 10

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L 4 3 4 5 0 2 3 1 3 3 10 ; 2 1 2 7 1 4 4 3 3 2 2 3 2 5 3 4 4 3 2 5 5 3 5 1 1 7 4 3 5

Lockland

Amelia

Madeira

2nd

4th

4th 2 nd 5th l st

1si 1st

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4th jid

3'd 3'd 6th st¡¡ 1 nd 2 3'd

5

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4th 2nd 3'd th 5 2nd

2

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th

Summary: The Varsity "Gold" team had an outstanding year. Nearly everyone. who wrestled placed in at least one of the tournaments. Kevin Buckingham placed in all3 and was Champion in 2 of them. Josh Newbanks, David Neumann, Ben Michaels and Brandon Druffel also placed in 2 out the 3. Most of the team was made up of underclassmen as well as several freshmen and even a couple 1st year wrestlers. Even with this lack of experience we competed very well against varsity competition. We were a close 2nd to a state ranked team from Tennessee at the Amelia Tournament and were within a couple points of winning the Lockland Invitational. The Madeira is one of the better division II-III tournaments in the area. While we only placed 6th the teams ahead of us had very good varsity teams for example Madeira is ranked in the top 10 in the state in Division III and Campbell finished as State runners-up in Kentucky. Above all everyone acquired some needed mat time against varsity wrestlers. We can look forward to some great things on the varsity level from these guys. Thanks for a great year. Coach Nelson


IRESERVE TEAM STATS- 2001-2002 DUAL MEET SCORES: Moeller 73 - Princeton 6 Moeller 46 - Fairfield 26 Moeller 33 - Lakota West 36 Moeller 49- Elder 19 Moeller 52 - St. Xavier 18

DUAL MEETS: {9-1) Moeller 42 - LaSalle 27 Moeller 53 - Carroll 18 Moeller 51 - Lakota East 23 Moeller 42 - St. Xavier 23 Moeller 38 - Fairmont 13

TOURNAMENT RESULTS: Lakota East Tournament [LE] {16 teams): 5th Purcell Reserve Tournament [PUR] {14 Teams): 4th Anderson Reserve Tournament [AND] {8 Teams): 1st G.C.L. Tournament [GCL] {8 Teams): 2"d

IRESERVE INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Wgt 103 112 112 112 112 119 119 119 130 130 130 135 135 135 140 140 140 140 145 145 145 152 152 160 160 171 171 171 189 189 189 215 275 275

WRESTLER (Grade) Taylor, Robert (9) Pestian, Steve (1 O) Martino-Meyer, Tony (9) Schutte, Ben (9) lzon, James (9) Hav~rkos, Brian (1 0) Richter, Pat (11) !4octor, Jake (9) Buckingham, Kevin (1 O) Neumann, David (1 0) Witte, Pat (11) Rush,.. Dan (1 0) Lang, Jeff (11) Tobertgte,Dan(11) Auciello, Tony (10) .Robinett, Sean (1 0) Yowler, Phil (1 0) Murphy, Andrew (11) Beresford, Brendan (1 0) .Greenwald, Scott {1 0) Hutzel, Brent {1 O) Michaels, Ben {10) .Mauntel, Tim {9) Asbrock, Brandan {1 0) Hanson, Ryan {1 0) Lloyd, Ben {11) Newell, Jeff {11) Stanley, Mike {11) Druffel, Brandon (1 0) Walsh, Chris {1 0) Quehl, Charles (9) Cronin, Mike {1 O) Tull, Jimmy {10) Kromer, Chuck {1 0) "·

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w 7 0 10 15 1 6 13 2 9 4 16 1

3 1 1 1 3 7 2 2 9 14 0 4 7 9 5 16 18 14 7 5 12 2

L 3 0 6 9 3 2 6 2 0 0 3 0 1 3 4 1 3 6 4 3 4 6 2 6 4 4 2 5 3 7

3 4 0 0

Pins 2

LE

PUR

AND

GCL

4

10

3

5 2 12

2 4

3 4 2 1

2 3 1

3

6

3

3 7 2

3

2 4

3 2

3 10 14 10 6 4

3

3

4

4 2

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!FRESHMAN TEAM STATS- 2001-2002 . DUAL MEETS: (10-6) G.C.L.: (1-1) DUAL MEET SCORES: Moeller 36- Harrison 47 Moeller 72 - Princeton 12 Moeller 15 - Fairfield 58 Moeller 63- LaSalle 14 Moeller 62 - Carroll 9 Moeller 37 - Lakota East 36 Moeller 72 -Worthington 12 Moeller 41 - Hilliard Darby 34

Moeller 35 Moeller 18 Moeller 36 Moeller 18 Moeller 24 Moeller 25 Moeller 48 Moeller 48 -

Dublin Coffman 40 Harrison 62 Dublin Scioto 34 Fairfield 54 St. Xavier 54 Lakota East 52 Mason 39 Oak Hills 33

TOURNAMENT RESULTS: Centerville Freshman Tournament (24 Teams): Dublin Coffman Dual Tournament ~1 0 Teams): Harrison City Duals (1 0 Teams): i place G.C.L. Tournament (8 Teams): 2"d place

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Moeller 76 - Finneytown 12 Moeller 73 -Amelia 0 Moeller 60 - Carlisle 21 Moeller 48 - Elder 21 Moeller 64 - Liberty 24 Moeller 12- Walsh 71

TOURNAMENT RESULTS: 51 Elder Tournament (10 Teams): 1 51 Madeira Tournament (22 Teams): 1 TEAM TOTALS: Team Takedowns (F-A): 653-96

Moeller 67- Campbell Cty. 0 Moeller 67 - Wilson 10 Moeller 68 - Madeira 12 Moeller 48 - Mt. Healthy 30 Moeller 31 - Day. Carroll 0

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!JUNIOR HIGH INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Tournaments: (ELD) Elder (MAD) Madeira (CC) Coaches Classic (DIS) WGT WRESTLERJGrade) WON LOST PINS Lane, Steven (8) 1 80 3 9 19 86 Weaver, Alex (8) * 21 3 Hammer, Matt (7) 23 16 92 2 McMasters, Matt(8) 10 4 7 92 18 7 14 Weinkam, Tommy (7) 98 10 W~imer, Greg (7) 3 8 98 2 14 104 Glaser, Jared (8) 23 4 110 Lindsey, Germane (7) * 16 9 23 2 17 116 Cameron, Eric (8) * 24 4 15 .. 122 Gaier, Dean (7) * 4 122 Klonne, David (8) 8 7 10 122 Hembree, Andrew (7) 6 8 4 7 128 O'Brian, Tom (8) 9 18 23 2 128 I Mahon, Mike (7) 134 I Miller, Lou (8) 17 9 10 142 I Cole, Sam (8) 23 2 17 150 I Brock, Josh (8) 10 18 6 172 20 1 11 Bruner, Larry (7) 14 15 8 230 1 Becker, Frank (7)

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*STATE QUALIFIER **TWO TIME CHAMPION YEARLY~TOP RECORDS: 1991: Adam Molina (17-5), Mark Williams (17-4), Patrick Feldman (17-4), Randy Adkins (16-0) 1992: Adam Molina (15-1), Josh Janson (16-4), Mark Williams (13-1), Tim Arthur (10-3) 1993: Josh Janson (17-0), Mark Zielinski (16-0) 1994: Aaron Zistler (19-3), David Feldman (15-2), Pat Murray (16-4) 1995: .Aaron Zistler (20-1 ), Bobby Lyons (20-0), Brad Haverkos (21-3), Brian Rahe (19-4), Jeff Janson (24-6), Jeremy Holtkamp (19-4) 1996: Bobby Lyons (18-1), Brian Zinkan (23-1), Greg Bonn (20-4), Joe Zinkan (21-3), Nick Lukens (20-5) 1997: Brian Zinkan (20-2), Dan Adkins (17-2), Greg Bonn (18-0), Joe Zinkan (17-1), Nick Lukens (10-1) 1998: Cameron Goode (22-0), Dan Adkins (19-1), T.J. Carpenter (17-5) 1999: B~l Adkins (18-5), Brent Goode (18-3), camerson Goode (23-1), Rob Carpenter (22-6), Ryan Lukens (20-5) 2000: Bill Adkins (19-5), Josh Smith (22-7), David Neumann (15-5), Tim Kemme (16-8), Ryan Lukens (20-2) 2001: Charles Ouehl (27-0), Eric Cameron (20-3), Matt Feldhaus (19-7), Jared Glaser (18-9), Alex Weaver (16-6), Josh Newbanks (14-7)


ISTATE CHAMPIONS: TOM ZINKAN ...................................................... 130 lbs ...................................................... 1991 SCOTT OSTHOLTHOFF .................................... 189 lbs ...................................................... 1992 TOM ZINKAN ...................................................... 140 lbs ...................................................... 1993 NICK LUKENS ..................................................... 171 lbs ...................................................... 2000 JOE ZINKAN ........................................................ 140 lbs ...................................................... 2001

STATE PLACERS: TOM ZINKAN 2 ................................ 1992 JOSH JANSON 2ND ............................. 1996 CHRIS DAVIS 2ND ................................ 1998 JOE ZINKAN 2ND .................................. 2000 BOBBY LYONS 2ND .............................. 2000 JOSH JANSON 3RD ............................... 1997 MIKE BARIA 3RD ................................... 2001 JOE ZINKAN 4TH .................................. 1999 MIKE BARIA 4TH ................................... 2000 DAVID BLANKS 4TH ............................. 2001

MARCUS BLANKS 4 ......................... 2001 KEN HANSON 5TH ............................... 1971 BRIAN ZINKAN 5TH TH ............................... 2000 . KEN HANSON 6 ............................... 1972 KEN ADKINS 6TH ................................ 1975 RANDY WEBB 6TH .............................. 1975 DAVID BLANKS 6TH .............................. 2000 BRIAN ZINKAN 6TH ............................... 2001 JOEL COTIONE 6TH ............................ 2001 BRENT GOODE 6TH ............................. 2001

STATE QUALIFIERS: Frank Haidle ......................... 1964 Mike Scheadler ..................... 1965 Frank Haidle ......................... 1966 Dennis Riehle ............. , .......... 1966 Ken Hanson ..................... 1971,72 Steve Scherzinger ................. 1972 Ken Adkins ............................ 1975 Randy Webb ......................... 1975 Jay Case ............................... 1975 Steve Melink ......................... 1976 Rick Magliano ....................... 1981 Terry King ............................. 1987 Bill Palermo ...................... 1987,88 Dave Seeger ......................... 1988 Jerry Wilkin ........................... 1988 Jon Rice ................................ 1989

Scott Ostholthoff ............. 90,91 ,92 Tom Zinkan .................... 91,92,93 Clint Whalen .................... 1991 ,92 Billy Lyons ............................ 1993 Brian Reichert ....................... 1993 Guy Olinger .......................... 1993 Josh Janson .............. 94,95,96,97 Bob Feldman ........................ 1994 Mark Zielinski .................. 1995,97 Patrick Feldman ................... 1995 Justin Brashear .................... 1996 Tim Arthur ............................ 1996 Chris Davis ...................... 1997,98 John Bell .............................. 1997 Sean Cronin ......................... 1997 Joe Zinkan .................. 1999,00,01

Bobby Lyons ................... 1999,00 David Blanks ............... 1999,00,01 David Candy.................... 2000,02 Danny Hill. ............................ 2000 Brian Zinkan .................... 2000,01 Mike Baria ................... 2000,01,02 Jeff Ostholthoff ................ 2000,01 Nick Lukens .................... 2000,01 Kelly Cronin .......................... 2000 Mike Creeden .................... ,.. 2001 Marcus Blanks ..................... 2001 Joel Cottone ............., ........... 2001 Brent Goode .................... 2001,02 Chris Wessel. ....................... 2002

DISTRICT CHAMPIONS: Mike Scheadler .................................................. 1965 Dennis Riehle ..................................................... 1966 Frank Haidle ...................................................... 1966 Jay case ............................................................ 1975 Terry King .......................................................... 1987 Dave Seeger ...................................................... 1988 Scott Ostholthoff ................................................ 1992 Tom Zinkan ................................................... 1992,93

Josh Janson ................................................. 1996,97 Chris Davis ........................................................ 1998 Joe Zinkan ................................................ 1999,00,01 Bobby Lyons ................................................ 1999,00 David Blanks ..................................................... 2000 Nick Lukens ....................................................... 2001 Brent Goode ................................................. 2001,02

SECTIONAL CHAMPIONS: Frank Haidle................................. 1966 Dennis Riehle ............................... 1966 Ken Hanson ....................... 1970,71,72 Todd Chambers ........................... 1974 Bill Sutliff ...................................... 1974 Jay Case ...................................... 1975 Ken Adkins ................................... 1976 Dave Markgraf ............................. 1977 Tim Tepe ...................................... 1977 John Ziegler ................................. 1979 Joe Magliano ................................ 1983 Mike Hyzdu ................................... 1985 Mark Stoy ..................................... 1985 Terry King .................................... 1987 Bill Palermo ............................. 1987,88 Dave Seeger ................................ 1988 Keith Fulmer ................................. 1988

Jon Rice ....................................... 1989 Scott Ostholthoff .................... 90,91 ,92 Clint Whalen ................................ 1992 Tom Zinkan ....................... 90,91,92,93 Matt Herring ................................. 1993 D. J. Hartman .............................. 1993 Bob Feldman ............................... 1994 Patrick Feldman ........................... 1994 Josh Janson ...................... 94,95,96,97 Justin Brosh ear ....................... 1995,96 Tim Arthur .................................... 1995 Bobby Lyons .................... 1997,99,00 Chris Davis ............................. 1997,98 Chip McCord ................................ 1997 Brian Zinkan ........................... 1998,01 David Feldman ............................ 1998 Danny Hill .................................... 1999

Joe Zinkan ........................ 1999,00,01 David Blanks ......................... 1999, 00 Donald Schnitzler ........................ 1999 Jeff Ostholthoff ....................... 2000,01 Nick Lukens ............................ 2000,01 Kelly Cronin ................................. 2000 Brad Findley ................................ 2000 Marcus Blanks ............................. 2001 Mike Creeden .............................. 2001 Mike Baria .............................. 2001 ,02 Joel Cottone ................................ 2001 Brent Goode ........................... 2001 ,02 David Candy ................................ 2002 Ryan Lukens ................................ 2002 Chris Wessel ............................... 2002


IG.C.L. RECORDS

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Team Finish

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1966

4th

5

Frank Haidle, Dennis Riehle, Mike Schaedler, Mike Obert, Chuck Weber

1967

3'"

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Nick Haverkos, Mark Andrews

1968

3'"

2

Tom Goodhart, Mark Andrews

1969

4th

1970

2""

3

Mike Blanck, Pat Sietz, Mike Stagge

1971

3'"

3

Ted Cole, Bob Carraher, Ken Hanson

1972

3'"

1973

3rd

0

None

1974

3'"

4

Vince Condenni, Steve Melink, Bill Sutliff, Todd Chambers

1975

3'"

4

Mike Magliano, Randy Webb, Mark Griener, Bill Sutliff

1976

4th

Ken Adkins

1977

5th

Dave Markgraf

1978

5th

0

None

1979

5th

0

None

1980

3'"

2

Rick Magliano, John Ziegler

1981

5th

1982

6th

0

1983

6th

0

1984

6th

1985

5t"

1986

6th

1987

5th

2

1988

3'"

3

1989

6th

1990

4th

1991

2""

3

Tom Zinkan, Clint Whalen, Scott Ostholthoff

1992

2nd

4

Matt Herring, Tom Zinkan, Clint Whalen, Scott Ostholthoff

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1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

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Individual Chamgions

Dave Vargo

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Rick Magliano None None Joe Magliano 2

Arist Mastorides, Mike Hyzdu Terry King Bill Palermo, Terry King Bill Palermo, Dave Seeger, Shawn Herman Jon Alee Scott Ostholthoff

4

Matt Herring, Tom Zinkan, Wolfgang Scholz, Guy Olinger

4

Patrick Feldman, Josh Janson, D.J. Hartman, Billy Lyons

4

Mark Zielinski, Josh Janson, Justin Broshear, Patrick Feldman

5

Justin Broshear, Josh Janson, Tim Arthur, Chip McCord, John Bell

5

Chris Davis, David Feldman, Josh Janson, Chip McCord, John Bell

5

Danny Hill, David Feldman, Chris Davis, David Blanks, Sean Cronin

5

Joe Zinkan, Bobby Lyons, Marcus Blanks, Don Schnitzler, Kelly Cronin

7

Brian Zinkan, Mike Baria, Joe Zinkan, Bobby Lyons, Jeff Ostholthoff, Nick Lukens, Kelly Cronin Brent Goode, Brian Zinkan, Mike Baria, Joe Zinkan, David Blanks, Marcus Blanks, Nick Lukens, Mike Creeden Brent Goode, Ryan Meyer, Mike Baria

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3

IFOUR TIME G.C.L. CHAMPION: Josh Janson ................................................................................................ 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997

Three, Time G.C.L. Champions Scott Ostholthoff .. 1990, 91, 92 Tom ~inkan .......... 1991, 92,93

Joe Zinkan ........... 1999, 00, 01

Mike Baria ........... 2000, 01, 02

Patrick Feldman .. 1994, Justin Broshear ... 1995, Chip McCord ....... 1996, John Bell ............. 1996, David Feldman .... 1997, Chris Davis ......... 1997, Bobby Lyons ....... 1999,

Kelly Cronin ......... 1999, Brian Zinkan ........ 2000, David Blanks ....... 1998, Marcus Blanks .... 1999, Nick Lukens ........ 2000, Brent Goode ...... 2001,

Two Time G.C.L. Champions Mark Andrews ..... 1967, Bill Sutliff ............. 1974, Rick Magliano ..... 1980, Terry King ........... 1986, Bill Palermo ........ 1987, Clint \(Vhalen ....... 1991, Matt hlerring ........ 1992,

1968 1975 1981 1987 1988 1992 1993

1995 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 2000

2000 2001 2001 2001 2001 2002


IMOELLER WRESTLING - SCHOOL RECORDS Updated: March, 02

MOST WINS- Season Tom Zinkan 39 1991-92 Bobby Lyons 39 1998-99 Bobby Lyons 38 1999-00 Scott Ostholthoff 37 1991-92 Josh Janson 3 7 1996-97 Marcus Blanks 37 2000-01 Josh Janson 36 1995-96 Mike Baria 36 1999-00 Joe Zinkan 35 1998-99 Nick Lukens 35 1999-00 Brian Zinkan 35 1999-00 Chris Davis 34 1997-98 34 1999-00 David Blanks Tom Zinkan 33 1990-91 Tom Zinkan 33 1992-93 Scott Ostholthoff 32 1990-91 Justin Brashear 32 1995-96 Donald Schnitzler32 1998-99 32 1999-00 Joe Zinkan Nick Lukens 32 2000-01 Mike Baria 32 2001-02

Ken Hanson Brad Findley Brian Zinkan Scott Ostholthoff John Bell Jeff Ostholthoff Joe Zinkan Jon Rice Josh Janson TimArthur Brad Findley Kelly Cronin David Candy Mike Creeden Clint Whalen Clint Whalen Patrick Feldman Bobby Lyons Sean Cronin David Blanks Brent Goode

31 1970-71 31 1999-00 31 2000-01 30 1989-90 30 1996-97 30 2000-01 30 2000-01 29 1988-89 29 1994-95 29 1995-96 29 1998-99 29 1999-00 29 1999-00 29 2000-01 28 1990-91 28 1991-92 28 1994-95 28 1996-97 28 1996-97 28 2000-01 28 2001-02

Tom Zinkan Terry King Bill Palermo Justin Brashear David Blanks Daflny Hill Mike Baria David Candy Ryan Lukens Ken Darby Mark Summers John Bell Mark Zielinski Sean Cronin David Feldman Joe Z1nkan David Candy Jeff Ostholthoff Joel Cottone

27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 26 26 26 26 26 25 25 25 25 25

1989-90 1986-87 1986-87 1994-95 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2001-02 1989-90 1987-88 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1997-98 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01

MOST WINS -Career (50 wins) Tom Zinkan 132 1989-93 Bobby Lyons 129 1996-00 Joe Zinkan 122 1997-01 Josh Janson 116 1993-97 110 1997-01 Brian Zinkan Scott Ostholthoff 108 1988-92 100 1997-01 David Blanks Mike Barla 95 1999-02 David Candy 95 1998-02 Justin Brashear 91 1992-96 84 1995-98 Chris Davis

Patrick Feldman Brad Findley Ken Hanson Mark Zielinski Nick Lukens Don Schnitzler Clint Whalen David Feldman Bill Palermo Sean Cronin John Bell

80 79 78 77 77 75 72 70 68 67 64

Ken Darby Marcus Blanks Tim Arthur Danny Hill Jeff Ostholthoff Terry King Bob Feldman Jon Rice Todd Chambers Ryan Meyer

63 63 62 62 62 60 57 55 55

1986-90 1997-01 1992-96 1996-00 1997-01 1984-88 1991-94 1985-89 1972-75 1998-02

BEST WIN. PCT. Tom Zinkan Tom Zinkan ScottOstholthoff Joe Zinkan Brian Zinkan Bobby Lyons Josh Janson Dave Seeger Josh Janson Mike Stagge Scott Ostholthoff Ken Hanson Joe Zinkan

- Season (20 wins) 1.000 33-0, 92-93 0.975 39-1,91-92 0.974 37-1,91-92 0.970 32-1,99-00 0.952 20-1, 98-99 0.950 38-2, 99-00 0.949 37-2, 96-97 0.926 25-2, 87-88 0.923 36-3, 95-96 0.917 22-2, 69-70 0.914 32-3, 90-91 0.912 31-3, 70-71 0.909 30-3, 00-01

BEST WIN. PCT.- Career (50 wins) Tom Zinkan 0.904 132-14, 89-93 Josh Janson 0.879 116-16, 93-97 Joe Zinkan 0.824 122-26, 97-01 Nick Lukens 0.819 77-17, 97-01 Bobby Lyons 0.816 129-29, 96-00 Scott Ostholthoff 0.800 108-27, 88-92 Brian Zinkan 0.791 110-29, 97-01 Ken Hanson 0.780 78-22, 68-72 Mike Baria 0.779 95-27, 99-02

Bobby Lyons 0.886 Brent Goode 0.875 Tom Zinkan 0.868 Justin Brashear 0.865 Donald Schnitzler0.865 Nick Lukens 0.854 Chris Davis 0.850 David Blanks 0.850 0.848 Clint Whalen Bill Palermo 0.844 Marcus Blanks 0.841 Brad Findley 0.838 Josh Janson 0.829 Kelly Cronin 0.829

Chris Davis Dave Seeger Bill Palermo Todd Chambers Bill Sutliff David Blanks Marcus Blanks Justin Brashear Clint Whalen

1991-95 1996-00 1968-72 1993-97 1997-01 1996-99 1988-92 1995-98 1984-88 1995-98 1993-97

39-5, 98-99 28-4, 01-02 33-5, 90-91 32-5, 95-96 32-5, 98-99 35-6, 99-00 34-6, 97-98 34-6, 99-00 28-5, 91-92 27-5, 86-87 37-7, 00-01 31-6, 99-00 29-6, 94-95 29-6, 99-00

0.778 84-24, 95-98 0.768 53-16, 84-88 0. 767 68-20-1 ,85-88 0.764 55-17, 72-75 0. 753 54-17-1 ,72-75 0.746 100-34, 97-01 0.733 63-23,97-01 0.728 91-34, 92-96 0.727 72-27, 88-92

Brian Zinkan Mike Baria Mike Baria Brian Zinkan Nick Lukens Chris Davis Joe Zinkan David Blanks Mike Baria Jeff Ostholthoff David Blanks Mike Creeden

John Bell Brad Findley Don Schnitzler David Feldman Jeff Ostholthoff Sean Cronin David Candy Danny Hill

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0.814 0.800 0.800 0.795 0.780 0.767 0.761 0.737 0.730 0.714 0.711 0.707

0.696 0.687 0.676 0.673 0.653 0.638 0.629 0.596

35-8, 99-00 36-9, 99-00 32-8, 01-02 31-8, 00-01 32-9, 00-01 23-7, 96-97 35-11,98-99 28-10, 00-01 27-10, 00-01 30-12, 00-01 27-11 ,98-99 29-12, 00-01

64-28, 93-97 79-36, 96-00 75-36, 96-99 70-34, 95-98 62-33, 97-01 67-38, 95-98 95-56, 98-02 62-42, 96-00


IMOELLER WRESTLING - SCHOOL RECORDS Updated: March, 02

MOST TOTAL PINSScott Ostholthoff 30 Josh Janson 28 Tom Zinkan 27 Josh Janson 25 Bobby Lyons 23 Scott Ostholthoff 22 Bobby Lyons 22 Chris Davis 21

Season 1991-92 1996-97 1991-92 1995-96 1998-99 1990-91 1999-00 1997-98

Scott Ostholthoff Jeff Ostholthoff Josh Janson Bill Palermo Tom Zinkan Justin Brashear Don Schnitzler Brad Findley

20 20 19 18 18 18 18 18

1989-90 2000-01 1994-95 1986-87 1990-91 1995-96 1998-99 1999-00

Brent Goode Mike Stagge Tom Zinkan Dave Markgraf Keith Fulmer John Bell Marcus Blanks

18 17 17 16 16 16 16

2001-02 1969-70 1992-93 1975-76 1988-89 1995-96 2000-01

MOST TOTAL PINSTom Zinkan 77 77 Josh Janson Scott Ostholthoff 75 Bobby Lyons 67 Brian Zinkan 48 Justin Brashear 44 Bill Palermo 43 David Blanks 43 Joe Zinkan 42

Career 1989-93 1993-97 1988-92 1996-00 1997-01 1992-96 1984-88 1997-01 1997-01

Brad Findley Mark Zielinski Chris Davis Don Schnitzler Sean Cronin Patrick Feldman Guy Olinger Ken Darby John Bell

41 40 39 38 36 34 33 32 32

1996-00 1993-97 1995-98 1996-99 1995-98 1991-95 1990-93 1986-90 1993-97

Randy Adkins Jeff Ostholthoff Dave Markgraf Ken Hanson Billy Lyons Nick Lukens Mike Baria Brian Reichert

30 30 29 28 27 27 27 26

1991-95 1997-01 1975-77 1968-72 1992-94 1997-01 1999-02 1990-93

MOST PINS- Season Scott Ostholfhoff 26 1991-92 Josh Janson 22 1995-96 21 1996-97 Josh Janson Scott Ostholthoff 20 1990-91 Jeff Ostholthoff 19 2000-01 Bill Palermo 18 1986-87 Brad Findley 18 1999-00

Bobby Lyons Mike Stagge Josh Janson Brent Goode Dave Markgraf Scott Ostholthoff Tom Zinkan

18 17 17 17 16 16 16

1999-00 1969-70 1994-95 2001-02 1975-76 1989-90 1991-92

Keith Fulmer Bobby Lyons Guy Olinger Billy Lyons Don Schnitzler

16 15 14 14 14

1988-89 1998-99 1992-93 1993-94 1998-99

MOST PINS- Career Scott Ostholthoff 65 64 Josh Janson Bobby Lyons 51 Tom Zinkan · 47 Bill Palermo· 41 Brad Findley 39 David Blanks 36 Brian Zinkan 35

Guy Olinger 33 Joe Zinkan 32 Don Schnitzler 31 Sean Cronin 30 Dave Markgraf 29 Ken Darby 29 John Bell 29 Jeff Ostholthoff 29

1990-93 1997-01 1996-99 1995-98 1975-77 1986-90 1993-97 1997-01

Ken Hanson Patrick Feldman Mark Zielinski Randy Adkins Nick Lukens Billy Lyons Kelly Cronin

28 27 27 26 25 24 23

1968-72 1991-95 1993-97 1991-95 1997-01 1992-94 1996-00

MOST TECHNICAL PINS - Season Chris Davis 13 1997-98 11 1991-92 Tom Zinkan Tom Zinkan 8 1992-93 Bobby Lyons 1998-99 8 Tom Zinkan 1990-91 7 Justin Brashear 7 1994-95

Justin Brashear Josh Janson Bob Pflanz John McPhillips Justin Brashear Joe Zinkan

7 7 5 5 5 5

1995-96 1996-97 1990-91 1993-94 1993-94 1998-99

Brian Zlnkan Mike Baria Brian Zinkan Mike Barla

5 5 4 4

1999-00 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02

MOST TECHNICAL PINS -Career Tom Zinkan 30 1989-93 Justin Brashear 20 1992-96 Chris Davis 18 1995-98 Bobby Lyons 16 1996-00 Mark Zielinski 13 1993-97

Josh Janson Brian Zinkan Scott Ostholthoff Joe Zinkan Mike Baria

13 13 10 10 10

1993-97 1997-01 1988-92 1997-01 1999-02

Jon Rice Patrick Feldman Tim Arthur Don Schnitzler David Blanks

7 7 7 7 7

1985-89 1991-95 1992-96 1996-99 1997-01

1988-92 1993-97 1996-00 1989-93 1984-88 1996-00 1997-01 1997-01


IMOELLER WRESTLING - SCHOOL RECORDS Updated: March, 02 MOST TAKEDOWNS - Season Tom Zinkan 182 1991-92 Joe Zinkan 182 1998-99 Tom Zinkan 179 1992-93 Mike Baria 148 2001.02 Justin Broshear 146 1995-96 Josh Janson 139 1996-97 Brian Zinkan 141 1999-00 Bobby Lyons 132 1998-99 Bobby Lyons 131 1999-00 Joe Zinkan 128 1999-00 Brian Zinkan 128 2000-01 Mike Baria 126 1999-00 Tim Arthur 118 1995-96 David Blanks 115 1999-00 Josh Janson 112 1995-96 Tom Zinkan 111 1990-91 Marcus Blanks 109 2000-01 Mike Baria 109 2000-01

92 89 89 David Candy 88 Jon Rice 87 Brian Zinkan 87 Patrick Feldman 84 Chris Davis 84 Nick Lukens 84 David Feldman 83 82 Kelly Cronin

1998-99 1997-98 1997-98 1999-00 2000-01 1996-97 1998-99 1998-99 1994-95 1994-95 2001-02 1988-89 1997-98 1994-95 1997-98 2000-01 1997-98 1999-00

Tim Arthur Sean Cronin Nick Lukens Mike Creeden David Candy David Blanks Bob Pflanz John Bell Scott Ostholthoff Jon Rice Brian Reichert Bobby Lyons

199 192 191 188 183 180 180 174 164 160 Ryan Meyer 159 Scott Ostholthoff 157

Brent Goode

81 80 80 80 79 79 76 75 73 72 72 72 72 70 70 70

1994-95 1997-98 1999-00 2000-01 1999-00 2000-01 1990-91 1996-97 1991-92 1987-88 1992-93 1996-97 2001-Q2 1996-97 1999-00 2001-Q2

1995-98 1997-01 1996-00 1991-95 1997-01 1985-89 1995-98 1990-94 1993-97 1996-99 1998.02 1988-92

Mark Zielinski Ken Darby Brian Reichert Clint Whalen Billy Lyons Terry King Jeff Ostholthoff Kelly Cronin Bob Feldman John Gatto

145 144 137 127 120 112 110 109 107 104

1993-97 1986-90 1989-93 1988-92 1992-94 1983-87 1997-01 1996-00 1990-94 1988-92

27 26 25 18 17 15

1990-91 1986-87 1992-93 1996-97 1996-97 1999-00

Jeff Ostholthoff Danny Hill Brad Haverkos Jeff Ostholthoff Joel Cottone

15 14 14 14 14

2000-01 1998-99 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01

MOST REVERSALS - Career Clint Whalen 77 1988-92 Patrick Feldman 70 1991-95 Joe Zinkan 63 1997-01 Mark Zielinski 61 1993-97 Scott Ostholthoff 60 1988-92 Justin Broshear 55 1992-96 Bob Feldman 54 1990-94

Tim Arthur 50 Mark Summers 48 46 Dave Seeger 46 Tom Zinkan 45 Sean Cronin 45 Chris Davis David Feldman 45

1992-96 1985-88 1984-88 1989-93 1997-98 1997-98 1997-98

Bill Palermo Josh Janson Bobby Lyons Nick Lukens Danny Hill

Ryan Meyer

43 36 36 35 35 30

1985-88 1993-97 1996-00 1997-01 1996-00 1998-Q2

MOST NEAR FALL 2 Don Schnitzler 25 Kevin Wallace 24 John Schmitz 18 Bobby Lyons 18 Eric Tepe 17 Bobby Lyons 17 Tom Zinkan 15

John McPhillips Bill Sutliff David Blanks Dave Seeger Scott Ostholthoff Tom Zinkan Patrick Feldman

1993-94 1974-75 1999-00 1987-88 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94

Ryan Knight Jeff Ostholthoff Josh Janson Mike Baria Brian Zinkan

14 14 13 12 12

1996-97 2000-01 1996-97 1999-00 2000-01

MOST TAKEDOWNS Tom Zinkan 527 506 Joe Zinkan Brian Zinkan 449 Bobby Lyons 434 Mike Baria 383 Josh Janson 342 David Blanks 334 Justin Broshear 323 David Candy 264 Tim Arthur 230 Sean Cronin 216 Brad Findley 211

MOST REVERSALS Scott Ostholthoff 31 Joel Cottone 30 Kevin Wallace 28 Clint Whalen 28 24 Joe Zinkan â&#x20AC;¢ 27 Bill Sutliff

- Career 1989-93 1997-01 1997-01 1996-00 1999-02 1993-97 1997-01 1992-96 1998-02 1992-96 1995-98 1996-00

- Season 1989-90 1999-00 1979-80 1991-92 1998-99 1974-75

PTS - Season 1998-99 1979-80 1979-80 1998-99 1979-80 1999-00 1991-92

David Blanks Bobby Lyons Joe Zinkan Danny Hill Joe Zinkan Sean Cronin Brian Zinkan Brad Findley Justin Broshear Mark Williams

108 99 99 98 97 94

93

David Feldman Nick Lukens Danny Hill Patrick Feldman Marcus Blanks Jon Rice Chris Davis D.J. Hartman John Bell Don Schnitzler

Clint Whalen Mark Summers Bob Feldman Ryan Knight Mark Zielinski Nick Lukens

15 15 15 14 14 14 14

Ryan Meyer Chip McCord Brad Findley


IMOELLER WRESTLING • SCHOOL RECORDS

I

Updated: March, 02

MOST NEAR FALL 2 PTS - Career Bobby Lyons 52 1996-00 Tom Zinkan 47 1989-93 Scott Ostholthoff 40 1988-92 Justin Brashear 39 1992-96 39 1993-97 Josh Janson Don Schnitzler 37 1996-99 Patrick Feldman 34 1991-95

David Blanks Bob Feldman Tim Arthur Mark Zielinski Brad Findley Jon Rice Dave Seeger

34 29 29 28 28 27 27

1997-01 1990-94 1992-96 1993-97 1996-00 1985-89 1985-88

Jeff Ostholthoff Brian Zinkan Clint Whalen Danny Hill Mike Baria

27 27 25 25 25

1997-01 1997-01 1988-92 1996-00 1999-02

MOST NEAR FALL 3 PTS - Season Chris Davis 60 1997-98 Justin Brashear 37 1993-94 Josh Janson 36 1996-97 Scott Ostholthoff 35 1989-90 Tom Zinkan 34 1989-90 Chris Davis 34 1996-97 Bobby Lyons 34 1998-99

Tom Zinkan Mark Zielinski David Blanks Bobby Lyons Dave Seeger Josh Janson Mark Zielinski

32 30 30 29 29 29 27

1990-91 1995-96 1998-99 1999-00 1987-88 1995-96 1996-97

Don Schnitzler 27 Mike Baria 26 Scott Ostholthoff 25 John McPhillips 25 Justin Brashear 25 Brian Reinhart 25

1998-99 2001-02 1991-92 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95

MOST NEAR FALL 3 PTS- Career Chris Davis 113 1995-98 Tom Zinkan 107 1989-93 100 1993-97 Josh Janson 95 1996-00 Bobby Lyons Justin Brashear 91 1992-96 87 1993-97 Mark Zielinski Scott Ostholthoff 86 1988-92

David Blanks Brian Zinkan Patrick Feldman Tim Arthur Joe Zinkan Mike Baria Bob Feldman

74 53 51 49 49 47 43

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Jon Rice Don Schnitzler Clint Whalen Bill Palermo Dave Seeger John McPhillips Brad Findley

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MOST TEAM POINTS ·Season Scott Ostholthoff 258.0 1991-92 Tom Zinkan 255.5 1991-92 250.0 1999-00 Bobby Lyons Josh Janson 237.5 1996-97 Josh Janson 233.0 1995-96 Bobby Lyons 215.0 1998-99 Scott Ostholthoff 209.5 1990-91 Tom Zinkan. 206.5 1992-93

Chris Davis David Blanks · Tom Zinkan Joe Zinkan Brian Zinkan Brad Findley Justin Brashear Brent Goode

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Josh Janson 182.5 1994-95 182.0 2000-01 Brian Zinkan Marcus Blanks 181.5 2000-01 180.0 1999-00 Nick Lukens Jeff Ostholthoff 174.0 2000-01 Don Schnitzler 172.0 1998-99 Mike Baria 171.5 2001·02

MOST TEAM POINTS- Career 794.5 1989-93 Tom Zinkan· Josh Janson 739.5 1993-97 Bobby Lyon~ 725.0 1996-00 Scott Ostholthoff 684.0 1988-92 Joe Zinkan 635.5 1997-01 Brian Zinkan 592.0 1997-01 David Blanks 537.0 1997-01 Mike Baria · 462.0 1999-02 Justin Brashear 447.0 1992-96 Chris Davis 412.5 1995-98

Nick Lukens Brad Rndley David Candy Patrick Feldman Mark Zielinski Bill Palermo Clint Whalen Sean Cronin Don Schnitzler Ken Darby

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500 ROPE CLUB: Terry Dickey David Seeger Bill Palermo Bill Palermo Dan Kuethe Bob Sanford

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2002 ................................................... 806 1997................................................... 747 1995 ................................................... 730 1993 ................................................... 720 1992 ................................................ :.. 690

2002 .................................................. 117 1994 .................................................. 108

ITOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS G. C. L. CHAMPIONSHIPS ..................... 9 ............................ 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01 CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS ........................ .4 .......................................................... 97, 99, 00, 01 SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS ............. 8 .................................. 93, 95, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS ................ 2 .............................................................. 2000, 2001 STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS ..................... 0 ........................ STATE RUNNER-UP: 2000, 2001

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THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU-SPECIAL THANKS FOR ALL WHO MADE THIS SEASON A SUCCESS..

© All the Parents who helped prepare meals for the team this year, especially Debbie Baria, Vera Adkins, Michelle Gilbert, Vickie Schnitzler, Marge Candy. © All the volunteer coaches especially Duane Meyer and Jude Skove. © Alumni Association, especially Ginny Bauer for all their support. © Bill Kohus and Bill Braun for all their work in getting the O'Connor Center ready for the season. © Bro. Charlie Wanda, the Wrestling Team Chaplin, for working with the wrestlers and the prayer services.

© Brooke Baria for the awesome stats this season. © Bruce Nelson for coordinating the National CIT. © Coaches Wives- Chris Anne Gaier, Martha Lee, Trisha Boland, Pam Nelson, Amy Ahlers, Kelly © © © © © © ©

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Corey, Linda Kunkel, Andra Weaver, Christy Berger, and Renee Skove for understanding and enduring the time demands put upon the coaches. Craig Lindsey and Dr. Tim Kremcheck for their work with the team this year. Dave and Paula Seeger for all their help with the GCL Tournament this year. Dave Seeger for coordinating the Crusaders for Wrestling this year. Dick Beerman for caring about the wrestlers and the team and being a fan of wrestling. Doug Becker and Coca Cola for the tickets and VIP Box at the state wrestling tournament. Dr. Adams for his help as our "skin" doctor. Golf Sponsors -Dan's Auto Repair, Lebanon Equine Clinic, Patrick Hill and Sons, Roadway Express, Ohio Teamsters- Local 26, Dan Druffel Inc., Double Click, Jamieson Accounts, Oppenheimer Funds, Skips bagels, Federated Mutual Funds, , Medical Recovery Systems, Controlled Credit Corp., Seeger Tax Accounting, Dr. Timothy Kremchek, Matt Stephens ('86), Digineer, Inc., Mercedes of Cincinnati, Brosnan & Company, B & B Studio, the Zinkan Family, David B. Haire & Associates, 4 Eagle Ranch, Lynx Enterprises, Finegan Inspection Services, and Josten's. Jason Ahlers for designing and maintaining the wrestling web page. Jimmy Meyer, Pam Kromer, and Mikki Lukens for their help organizing all the hotels for the team throughout the year. Joan McCullough, Mary Kay Crowe, Kenny Houston, and Aramark for their help with the O'Connor Center dedication, GCL hospitality room, the morning breakfasts, arid pre-match meals. Marcia and Rick Neumann for coordinating the Bengal's game concessions and all the parents who helped with this fund-raiser. Mike and Debbie Baria for the leadership support for the golf tournament. Moe~ler Athletic Department for all their support. Parents for support and help at the kids tournament, GCL, and meals throughout the year. Pat Hill -for his endless support, especially as the home match announcer. Seao Ryan for his help during the golf outing. Senior parents- Tom & Vera Adkins, Paul & Kathy Asbrock, Mike & Debbie Baria, Bill & Marge Candy, Tom & Michelle Gilbert, Jimmy & Beth Meyer, and Don & Vickie Schnitzler, for EVERYTHING that is asked for to make this season successful!

© The Hartman Family (Fred, Patricia, D.J., and Nick) © The Kromer Family for all your help and support, especially the Card Show fund-raiser raffling the Toon Art.

The Lukens Family for the luxury box at the State Tournament. Tim Bonn and B & B Studio for the senior pictures and officiating help. Tim Cunningham for his help with the coordination the Wrestling Golf Outing and GCL. To all who helped with the dedication of the O'Connor Center, especially Bob Hotze, Jane Kagy, Joan McCullough, Ginny Bauer, and Bro. Charlie Wanda. © Tom and Michelle Gilbert, and all the parents who helped at the Monte Carlo © Tom Gilbert for the team video, pictures, and transportation help this season. © Whitey & Carol Campbell for their help with the uniforms this season.

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AND A SPECIAL THANKS TO ANYONE THAT IS NOT ON THIS LIST THAT WERE MISSED!


~®®~~®[? W[f®@~~Orm@ ~®®~o~®®~ The Future ..... 2002-2003 is an important year for the Moeller wrestling program. With the new wrestling room and weight room in place, the wrestlers should make significant gains in both mat experience and in strength. The schedule will once again be tough enough for those individuals who want to finish high in the state tournament. Two new tournaments will be added, the first National CIT will be held at Moeller on December 28 and 29, and a return trip to the Virginia Duals is planned for the second week of January. The usual dual meet powers Fairfield, Elder, St. Xavier, and Lakota East are back on the schedule with a return trip to St. Edward for a quad in late January. The competition will be there but it still will be up to the individuals to determine the level of success that they want to achieve.

ANTICIPATED SCHEDULE FOR 2002-2003 December 14 - Dual Meet at Fairfield December 20-21- S.W.O.W.C.A. Tournament (Mason HS) December 28-29- National Catholic Invitational (Moeller) January 10-11 -Virginia Duals January 18-19 - Ohio All-Catholic Tournament (Newark) February 8- GCL Tournament February 14-15- Sectional Tournament February 21-22- District Tournament February 27, 28, March 1 -State Tournament To be scheduled: Elder Dual, St. Xavier Dual, Lakota East Dual, St. Edward Super Quad

WHAT YOU CAN DO IN THE SPRING/SUMMER TO MAKE YOUR WRESTLING IMPROVE IN THE WINTER (in order of importance): 1. Wrestle in Tournaments • Tournaments are almost every weekend now until mid-summer (see tournament schedule) • Open mats on Wednesday nights 7pm-9pm • Coaches are committed to taking a group each weekend • Freestyle, Folkstyle, Greco- all wrestling styles will help you improve 2. Cincinnati Wrestling Club • meets every Tuesday and Thursday night (7pm-9pm) • at Moeller (O'Connor Center) • Starts March 51h, Ends May 30th • 2002 State Champions from Cincinnati were CWC members 2. Weight Lifting • lifting days at Moeller will be Monday-Wednesday-Friday • at Moeller (O'Connor Center) • Starts in April, continues until the fall conditioning program • Attendance and progress will be charted 3. Summer Camps • Duke Camp (July 6-1 O), Moeller Coaches will attend • Jeff Jordan Camp -for the serious • Other Camps: see Coach Gaier for brochures


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THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER

Division I

Honorable Mention:

103 - Brent Goode (Moeller); Rob Dearwester (Harrison); Paul McClean (St. Xavier); Dan Kist (Hamilton); Ken Touris (Lakota West); Sean lambert (Mason) 112 - Dustin Centers (Mason); Chris Stetter (Elder); Kody Pierson (Lakota East); Tom Hayden (Moeller); Adam Welch (Harrison); Terrell Shields (Western Hills) 119 • David candy (Moeller); Matt Neal (Lakota West); Jim Schultz (Elder); Josh Hlebak (Lakota East); Derrick Smith (Wilmington); Chris Wassler (Harrison) 125 - Nick McCoy (Elder); Kyle Briener (Mason); Matt Gill (Loveland); Jason Faust (Harrison); Guy Aber (Wilmington); Todd Spencely (Fairfield) 130 • Elliot Spence (Elder); Chad Unz (St. Xavier); Chris . Cook (loveland); Ryan Schmittauer (Lakota East); Adam Noyes (Harrison); Sam Kunkel (Colerain); Doug Flick (La Salle) 135 • Stephen Wolery (Lakota West); Micah Maupin (Glen Este); Ryan Meyer (Moeller); Josh Smith (Loveland); Chris Hotopp (Harrison); Andrew Thomas (Princeton) 140 - Randy Carver (St. Xavier); Scott Cornwell (Fairfield); Tyler Brewer (Colerain); Dave Tenant (Milford); Mike Schlllie (Oak

COACH OF THE YEAR

Scott Fetzer Highlights: 40-0 record; state, district and sectional champion; GMC champion.

Highlights: 40-4; 2nd at state; district champion; sectional champion; GMC champ

Lakota West

Fairfield, 119 pounds

Highlights: Won GMC, Photo not sectional and available district titles; placed school- ' best seventh at state.

Highlights: 24-6; 2nd at district; sectional champion; GMC champion

Sycamore, 135 pounds

Mt- Healthy, 145 pounds

Highlights: 42-1; 3rd at state; district champion; 'sectional champion; GMC champ

Highlights: 37-8; 4th at district; sectional champion; SW Ohio Public League champion

Highlights: 34-4; 2nd at state; district champion; 3rd at sectional; 2nd GMC meet

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Highlights: 38-4; district champion; sectional champion; FAVC Cardinal champion.

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152- • lan Max Emmons (Hamilton); Dean (Lakota West); Dan Gallagher (St. Xavier); Kurt Thomas (Elder); : : Jesse King (Loveland); Tranel Engelman (Hughes Center) 160 • Dan Malinowski (St. !! Xavier); Joe Gadd (Hamilton); : Dan Adkins (Moeller); Dave Fisher (Oak Hills); Dave· Hartman (Lakota West); Rob COnley (Lakota East) 171 · Ryan Sacksteder (Harrison); Ron Demaris (Colerain); Laseneca Barber :, (Princeton); Nate Berning (Elder); Brian Schweer (St. :, ' Xavier); Lance Daggs (Anderson) , 189 • Ryan Lukens (Moeller); __ Lc.,_Chris_c_~afl1bel'§ {Eider);;lteve __ -Mays (f\lorthwest); Joe Wasinger (Harrison); Kyle Georg (Glen Este) 215- Chris Wessel (Moeller); Tony Drew (Lakota West); Josh Huber (Elder); Mike Cutting (Anderson); Ben Luerck (Western Hills); Gerald Lester (Mount Healthy) 275- Wesley Taylor (Harrison); Christian Knight (Hamilton); Brandon Allen (loveland); Micah Vance (St. Xavier); Gary Conner (Lakota West); Tom Rathman (La Salle) !,'':,

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Indian Hill, 135 pounds

Clermont NE, 145 pounds

Highlights: 45-3; School's firststate champ; district, sectional and CHL champ

Highlights: Sectional champion; Cincinnati Hills league Champion

Highlights: District champion; sectional champion; SBC champion

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Finneytown, 171 pounds Highlights: 39-3; 3rd at state; 3rd district; sectional champion; CHL champion

Highlights: 41-5; 3rd at district; sectional champion; SBC champion

Clermont NE, 215 pounds

Purcell Marian. 275 pounds

Highlights: 40-1; Third at state; district champion; sectional champ; SBC champion

Highlights: Sectional champion; 2nd in Greater Catholic league.

-Fast-pitch Softball notebook

dsgoodpitc ,Pair of sophomores helping ,team pursue FAVC-Buckeye title :By Shannon Russell ':The Ci11Ci1znati Enqttirer

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Two ye'!rs ago Northwest senior Robyn Swedersky shattered nearly ·every school pitching record, graduating with the 'most career strikeouts :(520), wins in a season (20), . strikeouts in a season (159) and ERA (0.66). No way did Stephanie Vonderhaar want to fill her shoes. · Vonderhaar, an eighth grader during Swedersky's final season, had seen the pitching that propelled Northwest to the state final :four and hoped someday for 'her own success. But her :chatJ,ce_came -..v:ithin a year.

"I thought I'd be on junior v:&rsity for two years before making varsity, so I was kind of nervous when I had to p[tch as a freshman. Eispecially right after Rtobyn," Vonderhaar said. Vonderhaar, now a sophorntore, has a 1.6 ERA, an 8-2 record and 50 strikeouts in Nlorthwest's first 12 games. Wf.ith close to two seasons beilind her, r1Ie biggest pressure she feels now is the quest for an FAVC-Buckeye title. As of Tuesday, the Knights were tied with H:u-rison for first place. Coach Liz Burris said pitching had been a concern until Vonderhaar filled the role. And then she found

ace in Sam another Swedersky, Robyn's sister. Sam Swedersky, a sophomore left-hander, has a 0.39 ERA in 23 innings pitched. Although she struck out 100 batters last year on junior varsity, Swedersky prefers playing center field. 'The pitching has been a pleasant surprise,'~ Burris said. "Between the two of them, they've only given up 11 runs and those were in two games. It's nice that they're stepping up.n Northwest has six seniors, · including first baseman/hitting leader Cheryl Dakin (.406 batting average). ' Defense is also a .team strength; it commits less than one error per game. "I think we're getting better and better. Hopefully we'll have an advantage two years from now," Sam

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DEDICATED FAN: he was shocked when his Jordan ''Tuff)'," Horne has Inclement weather is no match for Norwood's Jack Diersing, who patrols the softball diamond on a sledlike "drag'' he constructed from piping, railroad stakes and railroad bucklers. The drag dredges dry dirt and mixes it with the infield's muddy topcoat. A volunteer and parent of sophomore pitcher Tessa, Diersing also installed a drainage pipe around the field. Rain before gametirne hasn't forced the Indians to miss a home contest all season. "It's for the kids. It's just great to see them play and it's nice that they can play when nobody else can," Diersing said.

team zipped through a triple play in its 3-2 victory over Deer Park last Thursday. With runners on first and second, Deer Park hit a grounder to third baseman Amanda Pinnix. She threw to first baseman Sarah Reddish for the first out, who threw to second baseman Holly Steinkoenig for the second out. The runner who had advanced to third base tried to run home, but catcher Crystal Gee tag~d her out on a Steinkoenig throw. · "I've never seen anything like it in fast-pitch softball. It was great," Day said. ''We always talk about being aware in different situations and this was a perfect case." THREE'S COMPANY: GIRL TALK: Best known Ninth-year Reading coach as former University of Mike Day always stresses Kentucky head baseball

found a new passion: softball. Horne is in his first year as Anderson's head coach after assisting for two seasons. While he's had to study up on fi<1e points of fastpitch, (like pit~;hing), he said the. transitiOJ.> has been smooth. As of Tuesday, the Redskins werce 6-5 overall and 2-5 in the JFAVC. 'The best ]part for me so far has been tlhe girls' receptiveness. Theyr do just about anything yow suggest to them," Horne said. 'That's wonderful. In coaching at the college level, some .players come in and think they know it all. If you offer them tips, they just look at you like you have two heads."

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Division 11-111 Honorable Mention: 103 - Brad Shearer (Ross), Justin Blevins (Franklin); Chris Webb (Clermont Northeastern); Clem Artman (Hillsboro) 112- Matt Franklin (Franklin); Dan Schierloh (lockland); Jeremy Jett (little Miami) 119 -Joel Cottone (Madeira); Dan Lee (Ross); Jacob lson (Batavia) 125 ·Alex Siemer (Ross); Garry Howard (Williamsburg); John Kremer (Franklin); Dan Reiber (Roger Bacon); Jonathan Beach (Deer Park) 130 • Zach Kanta (Ross); Chris Campbell (Clermont Northeastern); Ben Waldman (Summit Country Day); Kevin Tighe (Purcell Marian) 135 - Jason loreaux (Summit Country Day); Kyle Yeary (Williamsburg); Michael McSorley (Edgewood); Nick Owens (Roger Bacon) 140 • Nate Ultlejohn (Madeira); Daniel Luckey (Lockland); l<yle Ray (Ross); Ryan Burns (Hillsboro); Jacob Hauck (Roger Bacon) 145 - Brad Keiser '(Cincinnati Country Day); Tony Case (Purcell Marian): Bryan Mages (Reading); Ronnie Phelps (Ross); Corey Rutledge (Madeira) 152 - Brad Mailman (Batavia)'; Brandon Dean (Ciermqnt Northeastern); Chris Davidson- (Madeira) 160 -·Jason Whitt (Reading); Zach Fuller (New Richmond); Jon Conlon (Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy); Robert Zugg (Hillsboro); Byron Bussell (little W.iami)

171 - Drew Cloran (Madeira); Tom Eppens (Purcell Marian); Daniel Watts (Franklin); Zach Swallen (Mariemont) 189 • Bryan Cummings (Madeira); Eric McMuliir. (Purcell Marian): David Snowden (Franklin); Josh Glancy (Edgewood); Tom Welage (Deer Park) · 215 ·Jeremy Jimmar (Purcell Marian); Bryan Wilson ' (Reading); Bob Atkinson (Kings); Matt Collins (Summit Country Day) 275 • Noori Abdulghani (Summit Country Day); Steve .\ Lourillen (Deer Park); Tony Rohe · (Madeira); Zach Katris (Franklin); Tom Anglin (Edgewood)


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Colorado Rockies reliever Mike James fought the cab driver who brought him to Cinergy Field for a game Thursday night and wound up with scrapes and torn clothes. James said the driver went in the wrong direction, then took offense when he told him to turn around. They fought after the driver dropped him off at a stadium gate. The right-hander said he wasn't seriously hurt · and would be available to pitch against the Reds. He didn't plan to file a police report. Rockies manager Buddy Bell talked to James after he arrived in the clubhouse. James had scrapes above his eye, on his cheek and along the side of his neck following the fight. He also tore his pants. He said the cab driver. went in the wrong direction after picking him up from the team's downtown hotel, heading past Paul Brown Stadium and away from Cinergy Field. "I made him turn around so it wasn't expensive," James said. "He took exception to my choice of words." He said they fought a few minutes later when he got dropped off. "It's not a big deal," said James, 34.

Baseball notebook

A's extend contract for Howe The Associated Press

OAKL~ND, Calif. Art Howe hasn't enjoyed this much job security since his first season managing the Oakland Athletics. The A's exercised their 2003 option Thursday on Howe, who has led Oakland to back-to~back playoff appearances. With a move called "just a formality'' by general manager Billy Beane, Oakland added another year to its commitment to Howe, the .A's manager since 1996. Back then, Howe had a two-year contract with a one-year option- and he's been working year to year since. ''I'm very happy that the ownership here feels I'm the guy that's going to keep leading this team," Howe said. "My family and I love the Bay area, and it's nice to know we'll still be around here." CARDINALS: The team placed left-hander Bud Smith on the 15-day disabled list Thursday with . a strained left shoulder, the fifth Cardinals starting pitcher to be sidelined this season. Smith will be eligible to come off the disabled list May 7. ORIOLES: Right-hander Jason Johnson broke the middle finger on his pitching hand Thursday, an injury that will sideline him for approximately ·three weeks. Johnson fractured his finger on the hard dirt of the mound while going through his pitching motion before facing Boston. SHORT HOPS: !Ill New York. Yankees pitcher Sterling Hitchcock gave up one run and three hits over six. innings in a minor league rehab start for Class-A.· Tampa on Thursday night. It was Hitchcock's second start ·since being placed on the 15-day disabled list with a lower back strain at the end of the spring training. 1111 Toronto pitcher Chris Carpenter went back on the 15-day disabled list Thursday because of tendinitis in his right shoulder. 1111 The Cleveland Indians are batting .218 (69-for316) and averaging 2.5 runs while going 1-9 in their last 10 games. By contrast, they were batting .272 and leading the AL in runs when they started the season 11-1.

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The Reds' Aaron Boone (left) congratulates teammate Juan Encarnacion after Encarnacion's base hit in the bottom of the ninth early Thursday morning scored Austin Kearns with the game-winning run, 4-3, against the Colorado Rockies. "

Reds notebook

record 73-homer year, he is generally considered the best player in the game. Griffey, coming off an injury-marred year and on the disabled list with a bad knee, is no longer at the top of the list. Griffey was the player of the decade in the 1990s. He was on the All-Century Team; Bonds wasn't. Griffey has hit all the big homer milestones (350, 400, 450) at an· earlier age than Bonds - and everyone else in baseball history, for that matter. Bonds is No. 1 on the active home run list with 575; Griffey is second with 461. Griffey and Bonds are friends. They talk on the phone occasionally and visit each other about once a year. 'Griffey lives in Orlando during the offseason; Bonds lives in Los Altos Hills, Calif. Griffey says he doesn't concern himself with whether people consider him or Bonds the better player. "There are certain things yo.u can't worry about," he smd. "I can't worry about the guy behind me or ahead of me. It's like hitting. I worry about the pitcher. I don't worry about the catcher and umpire. They can't do anything until the pitcher throws the ball." Griffey and Bonds are both left-handed hitters, but Griffey said he doesn't learn from watching Bonds. "We have different styles," he said. "He spins on some pitches. I swing at pitches he doesn't. He swings at pitches I don't." Griffey said he and Bonds rarely talk about baseball. -"He spends about four days a year taking his kids to Disney World," said Griffey. "He comes over and eats twice, three times at the house. I go get them, bring them over. It's reverse-opposite. When I'm in town, he'll pick me up and we'll go eat." If baseball· isn't the topic of conversation, what is? "His kids are older than mine. I ask him questions," said Griffey, whose children are 8 and 6. "I think .all parents are prouder of what their kids do than what they do. "I don't really ·look at things about myself. I don't get excited about what I do. I was always taught: Don't get too high on yourself or too

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The League Central; Giants 13-8, towers are about 50 feet tied for first place in the NL players put the crawl space above the left-field wall. West. next to Danny Graves' "When he hits the ball, it's Ill The arms: Today- RHP locker to good use. They amazing how quickly the ball Elmer Dessens ( 1-3, 1.88 set up a TV monitor, stelooks tiny," said Ray Knight, ERA) vs. RHP Russ Ortiz (2-1, reo and PlayStation. who was the batting practice 3.12); Saturday - RHP Jose There's a folding chair in pitcher. "It's like a golf ball." Rijo (1-0, 1.38) vs. RHP Ryan front of the TV. There's a Pena is on the disabled list Jensen (1-1' !.40); SundayRHP Jimmy Haynes (2-2, shade that covers the 2-byfor Double-A Chattanooga 5.95) vs. LHP Kirk Rueter_ 4-foot hole used to get in becaused~f ah pulledh qb~l~dri- (2. 1. l.93). and out of the "room." ceps an IS ere re a 11tat- 1211 The bats: Barry Bonds is WALK THIS WAY: ing. hitting .373. The fact he has Thursday's session ·was ·only eight home runs and 17 Wednesday. night's/Thursday typical, 'said Austin Kearns, RBI is an indication that morning's ·· 4"3 -victory was who played with Pena at pitchers don't pitch tc him. He the fourth "walk-off" win of Chattanooga. leads the NL with 24 walks. the year for the Reds. They "It's disgusting," Kearns. Jeff Kent is hitting only .250 had three in all of last season. said. "He always hits them with three homers and nine Four different players -Juan that far. When he takes BP, RBI. The Cincinnati connection everyone stops and is doing well: Moeller graduate Encarnacion, Jason LaRue, Sean Casey and Aaron Boone watches." David Bell is hitting .280 with Pena hit .264 with 26 ho- three homers and 12 RBI, and - have driven in the winning mers and 113 RBI for H Single-A 1 former Red Reggie Sanders is runs. Dayton 1ast year. e a so hitting only .227 but has two LA':swE~NE:D~~ as so A~ Colorado struck out 177 times in 511 homers and 10 RBI. Pierre cf 4 o o o o .265 CAREER at-bats. Whether he learns to 1111 The rest: The Reds won Shumpert 2b j ~ i : 5 iii HR LWalkerrf DATE hit the breaking ball or not will the season series last year Heltonlb 4 0 0 0 I .257 34 8/18/87 determine whether he's a sue- 4-2. Bonds hit .348 with four Zeile 3b 3000 1.291 HoUandsworth II 41101.18835 8/18/87 cessful big-leaguer or a batting homers and II RBI. This is Uribe ss 3 1 3 0 0 .370 36 8/19/87 . practice legend. the Giants' only trip to 3123 1.231 Bennett c Hampton p 0 0 0 0 0 .315 37 8/20/87 Pena has to make the big- Cincinnati. Nichtingp 5/28/88 i ~ : : ~ ;~~ 52 league dub next year, or the Norton ph TJones p 0 0 0 0 0 .000 70 5/15/89 Reds risk losing him. The Merckerp ~ ~ .267 82 8/25/89 Agbayanl pll New York Yankees signed Cinergy. Jlimenez p 0 0 0 0 0 0 ... 83 8/26/89 him to a five-year, $3.7 milTDtafs 31 3 a 3 4 6 I BIG OUTING: 08 8/18/90 lion major-league contract as Cincinnati Right-hander Scott WilliamA~ R H Bl ~B ~0 . 2 ~f !29 7/11/91 a 17-year-old. The Reds larkin ss son had a double break- JEncamaclon cf 4 I I .300 !30 7/12/91 traded Drew Henson and ·MiCasey lb through in the Reds' 4-3 Dun11lf 7/14/91 i ~ ~ ~;i 131 chael Coleman for Pena bevictory over the Rockies on ABo{)fle 3b 4 00.254194 . 6/15/93 fore last season. TWalker2b Wednesday (well, it ended Keamsrf ~ ~ ~~: 195 6/16/93 TESTING DAY: Ken Thursday morning). He got CMillerc 3 0 I .333 238 6/22/94 Griffey Jr. will test his in~ his first win since Aug. 12, WGuerrero ph ~ ~ ~~6 239 6/23/94 p jured right knee before 2000, and he successfully Reitsma Browerp 7/03/95 : ~ 6 ~~: 273 Taylor ph Sunday's game by running went two innings for the first Williamson p 0 0 0 ... 27 4 7/06/95 for the first time since he time since missing most of BCiarll ph 3i 04 ~0 04 04 04 .118 329 9/08/96 Totals injured it April 8. last season because of an 340 5/14/97 "That will be the biggest injury to his right elbow. 362 · ~~;:~!:H ::~ :~~-:::~ 8/02/97 indicator," Reds manager Williamson, a 26-year-old Two"" when winni .. g'run scored. 386 5/25/98 Bob Boone said. "It's a re- right-hander. iS COming off LOB·Colorndo 7, Cincono" 8. 2s.LWaiKor(3), Holland· 5/27/98 , sworth (4), CMiller {2). HR-Bennett {2) off Brower. RBis-- 387 ally big day for us." Jigament replacement sur- Ben11e1t 3 171, JEncemaciDn 1111. casey 1111. Dunn 181, 412 4/06/99 a tough Sp.Ot, lWaiKer {7). Cs-Taylor 121 5-Bennett, Hampton, WGuerreio. 424 ' The plan for now is for gery. He l's 7/30/99 SF-TWalker. GIDP-Shwnp~rt, Keams. Griffey not to accompany the trying to earn more pitching oP-Colo.do 1; c;nc,.nau 2. 425 7/30/99 . team to Los Angeles for the time in a deep bullpen. 7j3lj99 Colorado IP H R ERBB SO NP ERA 426 three-game series that be"It's really big," he said. Hampton 2 % 6 3 3 2 1 61 8.88 427 7/31/99 Nlchtlng 3V3 I 0 0 0 3 33 1.17 gins Monday. The L.A. se- "It gives me a lot of confi- TJones 4/18/00 % I 0 0 1 0 16 2.19 451 Mercker , 1 113 0 0 0 0 0 17 1.59 542 ries is followed by three dence. He stuck with me JJimenez 8/07/01 games in San FranCisco. with the bases loaded. l, 0-2 'h 2 t I 1 0 12 5.06 Physical therapist Lonnie · When I got in trouble in Cincinnati IP H R ERBB SO NP ERA 543 8/09/01 Soloff will stay behind to other games, I started Reitsma 3 1 o 0 0 1 38 3.86 4 6 3 3 1 3 64 5.~0 work with Griffey. If all pressing. 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in the third, and Neagle settled down. He retired 11 straight before hitting Jason LaRue with a pitch with one out in the fifth. Hamilton went six innings, but as usual he walked a tightrope. He allowed two runs on six hits, walked six - the high for a Reds pitcher this season - and struck out three. In five starts, Hamilton has allowed 52 baserunners in 30 innings, but his ERA is 3.30. "My job is to keep us in games," Hamilton said. "It doesn't matter if I walk none or walk six." It was the 14th time in the 21 games a Reds starter has given up two or fewer runs.

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East, West among best (135), and Matt Mcintire (140) - made it to the semifi.nals. The 152-pound weight class provided some the night's strongest wrestling. Lakota West's Max Dean · By Chris Yeager was looking to join Flake, · Enquiriil' contributor Wolery and Mcintire as ,an After the first champion- advancing wrestler. Elder's ship round and six weight Kurt Thomas wants to get to classes in consolation wres- Columbus, too. tiebacks, Lakota ~a~t. had Thomas pulled out a douthe lead at the DlV!sJOn I · hie-overtime criteria decidi~tri~t wrestling meet at sion to join' Panther teamWilmington. . ., mates Nick McCoy (125) and As many pred1cted, 1t s a Elliot Spence (130) in the tight tournament. Lakota semifinal round. McCoy was East had rolled up 53.5 another. Elder heart attack points, advancing four wres- wrestler, winning his quartl~rs ~othe se~ifm~ls -: ~iil'l terfinal- mqtch_ against _l\1.aSJZemore (125), Hetag Phev son's Kyle Breiner. (189), Brad Williams (215) Loveland's Jesse King has and heaVyweight Tony John- . picked a fine time to start son. . upsetting people. On the oth-. MIKE SIMONS for The Cincinnati Enquirer Dayton Carroll was second er .side of the·. 152-pound Moeller's David Candy, facing, struggles to get free with 48 points, just a half bracket ·from Thomas and point ahead of Lakota West. Dean, King upset sectional of Wilmington's Derrick Smith. Moeller, also with four semi- ·champion Ian Emmons of · final wrestlers, was in fourth Hamilton 8-5. In the opening to wrestle him for' a long runners-up to Springboro at place with 47 points. round, King defeated a sec- time,'' ~~ said. last week's Division II sec"It's a little bit too early to tiona! runner-up, GreenS_em1~mals and fur_the,r tiona! meet at Preble Shawtell," said Bob Latessa, La- ville's Kyle Cromwell 9-3~ corisolatwn rounds .be~m at nee. Springboro was 18th at kota,East-:head, coach;oe-:'T-o-.- But--King--finished -third: rat~-l~a.m, today.a~-Wilmingto?- the--district- meet-after one morrow's when the money is last week's St. Xavier sec- · H1gh School. F1fth-place fi- day. cashed in." tiona!. nals, for state m·eet alterThe money will be spread Loveland head coach Mike nates, start at 5 p.m. with . Division Ill out, which could work to Rich was ecstatic about championship and third-place Madeira, the top team in East's advantage. Results in King's win over Emmons. finals starting at 6 p.m. the Division III sectional at _the semifinal round are often "Right now Jesse King has The top four wrestlers in Lakota last weekend, led the crucial to a team's point to- elevated his performance. each weight class advance to district tournament at Xenia tal. But more than 25 teams That's the best match, be- next week's state meet in will be represented in to- ginning to end, that Jesse's Columbus. after the first day. The Musoday's semifinals, led by Day- wrestled this year." 1'1" • • II tangs, with 59.5 points, Told of his coach's evalu- IIIIYISIOD topped second-place Ver:ton Carroll's five qualifiers. . Lakota West, which ation of his match, King said, Franklin (third), Clermont sailles (48.5). brought 13 wrestlers to the "I think so. I wrestled the Northeastern (tied sixth), The Mustangs had five district meet, opened strong- toughest I've done. I wres- Ross (eighth) and Purcell wrestlers win Friday's chamly, with only two wrestlers tied smart. I knew Emmons Marian and Edgewood (tied pionship quarterfinals: Joel losing in the first round. The definitely had a lot of ninth) stood in the top 10 Cottone (119), .Shawn Burquarterfinals were less kind, moves." after the -first day of district roughs (125), Kris Kuyken~ as only three Thunderbird King is set to meet St. wrestling at Springfield dall (130), Drew Cloran wrestlers - Zach Flake Xavier's Dan Gallagher in his South. · (171) and Bryan Cummings (130), Stephen Wolery 152 semifinal. "I've wa_nted The Wildcats were (189),

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'DISTRICT WRESTliNG RESULTS Division I (at Wilmington) Team standings: ·1. Lakota East 53.5, 2. Carroll48.0, 3. lakota West 47 .5, 4. Moeller 47 .0, 5. Northmont 45.5, 6. Fairfield 39.0, 7. St. Xavier 36.0, B. Miamisburg 32.0, 9. Elder 31.0, 10. Sid· ney 27.0, 11. Harrison 25.0, 12. Hamllton.23.0,' 13. BuUer 22.0, 14. Tecumseh 19.0, 15. Kett. Fal011ont 18.5, 16. Centervllle 17.0, 17.loveland 15.0, 18. Wilmington 15.0, 19. Lebanon 14.0, 20.

Beavercreek 13.0, 21. West CarrolltOn 12.0, 22. Princeton 11.0. 23. Sycamore 11.0, 24. Greenville 10.0, 25. Mt Healthy 8.0. 26. Piqua 8.0, 27. Colerain 7.0, 28. Mason 7.0, 29. Troy 6.0, 30. Anderson 4.0, 31. Glen Este 2.0,-32. Northwest 2.0, 33. Oak H!tls 2.0, 34. South 2.Q, 35. Stebbins 2.0, 36. Western Hills 2.0.

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171-Frlend (Piqua} d. Moore (Beavercreek) 7·5; Perl\er (Fairfield) md. Schweer (Sl Xavier) · 14-5; White (West Ca•oUton) d. Poore (Stebbins) lt-4: Sacksteder (Harrison) d. DeMaris (COlerain)

7-4. 189-Terbay (Ca•oll) md. Wasinger (Harrison) 13-3; Springer (Northmont) p. May {North~ west) 3:09; Pfister (Tecumseh} d. Lukens (Moeller) 5·2; PUev (lakota East) p. C!lngner (Beavercreelll 2:36. 215-WIIIIams(lakota Eastl p. CuiUng (Ander· son) 2:10; Barrentlne (Carroll) m. d. Huber (Elder) 16-4; Wessei(Moe!ler) p, Brldeweli (Miamisburg) 3:27: Ankney(Sidney) md. Drew (lakota West)

17-4. 275-Hines {Butler) p. Allen (Loveland) 2:39; (Hamilton) p. Cole (Miamisburg) 1:18; Johnson {Lakota East) p. Snapp {Lebanon) 0:29; Taylor (Harrison) p. Evers (Norlhmont) 1:13. Knl~t

(Roger Bacon) 15·4; Schlatter {Graham) tf. Spohn (New Lexington) 19·3. 140-Knull (Graham) tf. Polly (Logan Bm). 20·5; Goebei(Springboro) d. Bums (Hillsboro) 7-5 OT; Westbrook (Warren) d Rumpke (Preble Shawnee) 4-3; Couch"(Tippecanoe) p. Renlck.(New Lex· lngton) 3:27. 145-Shrlner (Shendan) md. Giannola [Bellefontaine) 17~8; Walton (Cham.~Jullennc) d. Phelps· {Ross) 8-2; Harmon {Ciennont NE) p. Dettmer {Mr:Cialn) 2:55; Markley (Graham) tr. Walters (Pre~ ble Shawnee) 15·0. 152-Rhoades {8eKefontaine} d. Dean {Clermont NE) 7-2; Shriner {Sheridan) p. Herrmann (Kings) 3:16: Wilhelm (Taylor) d. Christensen (Greenan) 14~7; Erwin {Graham) p. Meacham (Spnngboro) 5:01. 160-Fuller·(New Richmond) d. Bussell (UI!Ie Mlaml) 9-4; Hoke (Graham) d. Sargent (Goshen)

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103-Kostoll (Sutier) d. iijst (Hemllton) 9-6; Goode (Moelle~ d. Shill (Greenville) 8-6; Methls Academy! 11·0; Watts (Franklin) d. Jewell (Miami (Princeton} d. Oearwester {Harrison) 18-13; Trace) 7-1; Dennis (Graham) U. Borland (Alter) McLean (St Xavier) d. Tourls (Lakota West) 10-6. Team standings: 1. Graham 99.5; 2 Sheri· 18-2; Shonk (Shendan).m~ Eppens (Pure~! Marl112-Shlclds (Northmont) d. Stetter (Elder) dan 51.5; 3. Franklin 43; 4. Cham.~Julienne 38; 5. an) 12-4. · 6-7; McKee (Miamlsbu!J() d. Pierson (Lakota East) Indian Lake ~4.5; 6. Clermont NE, Miami Trace . 189-Marsha!l· (Graham} md. Sriowden 6-0; Wetson (Kett. Falrmont) d. Hayden (Moeller) ·25.5; 8. Ross 23; 9. Purcell Marian, Edgewood (Franklin) 9-1; Holcomb (New Richmond) md. Rod5-3; Luoe (Sidney) md, Shields (Western Hills) 20.5;. 11. UWe Miami, New Richmond 19; 13, d~n (Miaml Trace) 16-7; Banfield [Shcnden) p. 16-6. Bcl~rook 16.5: 14. Bellefontaine 16: 15. Preble Schmidt "(Bellefontaine) 4:39; Dav~(Melgs) p. 119-Hahn (Falrlleld) d. Berrien (CentervUle) Shawnee, McClain, Hillsboro 15: 18. Spnngboro, McMullin (Purcell Marian) 1:26. . 12-7; Rutledge (Ca•oll) d. Subler (Troy) 1·0: Alban ·Tippecanoe 14; 20. Greenevlew 11.5; 21. Logan 215-Creech (Eaton) d. Cox( Norwood) 3·0; (Kett. Falm10nt) tf. Neal. (lakota West) 22-7; Can- Elm, Meigs, Roger Bacon, Warren, Milton-union 11; Jlmmar (Purcell Marian) d. Epperson (Se.llefontalne) dy (Mo<!ller) md. Smith (Wllmlngton) 14·5. 26. Valley View, Lemon-Monroe 10.5; 28. Anney. 8-6 OT; Jenkins (Logan Elm) d. Sears (Little Miami) 125-Ciemens (Ca•oll) H. Waldroup (Lakota town, ClrcleviUe 10; 30. Taylor 9; 31. Eaton 7; 32. 9·5; Heou~ (Clermont NE) p. Atkinson (lllngs) West) 18-2; Srulport (Sidney) over Foust (Hairlson) Ben. Logan,' Alter, Kings, New lexington 6; 36. defaul~ McCoy (Elder) d. Breiner (Mason) 1-0: SlzeShawnee 4; ·37, Urbana 3; 38. Indian Hill. Galli a 3:30. 275-Katri (Franklin) d. Craver (Purcell Marlmore (Lakota East) .m. d. Jaynes (West Carrollton) Academy, Goshen, Jackson, Norwood, Greenan 2. an) 7·2; Moler (Valley View) tf. Hall (Shawee) 10·0. Quarterfinal 16-0: Ryan (Lemon-Monroe) p. Dlckerschled (Ross) ISG-Spence (Elder) d. Schmlttauer (Lakota· 103-5hearer (Ross) d. COnley (Indian. Lake) 0:57; Ang!ln (Edgewood) p. ZedU~ (Indian Lake) East) 11-4; Wilson (Centerville) d. Kunkel (Colerain) 13~11; Bowers {Miami Trace) p. Plelman (Tippeca3:34. 9·8; Menning (Miemlsbu!J() d. Lyons (Troy) 6·5; noe) 1:01; Niswonger (Cham.-Jullenne} d. Artmann Rake (Lakota West) d. Cook (Loveland) 11-4. (Hillsboro) 8-6; Sells (Miiton..!Jnlon) p, Stepp {Jack135-Wolf (Northmont) H. Maup. (Glen Este) son) 2:56. 20-5; Mason-Str.aus (Sycamore) md. Thomas 112-DaUey (Miami Trace) d. Pike (Greene. (Princeton) IB·B: 'Wolery (Lakota West) p. Smith view) 4~2; Franklin {Franklin} d. Penny (MiltonTeam standings: t. Madeira 59.5, 2. Ver(Loveland) 3:20; Schinke (Greenv!lle) d. Meyer Union} Tlebrk OT; Schlatter (Graham)-md. Browning sailles 48.5, 3. Cllnton-Massle 47.5, 4. Bluffton (Moeller) 9·3. (Bellbrook) 10-0; lett (UIUe Miami) p. Finkbina 46, 5. Carlisle 41, 6. Brookville 35.5, 7. Reading 140-Suslck (Lebanon) p. SchUle (Oak H!Ds) (Urbana) 3:50. 33.5, ·8. Spencerville 30, 9. Batavia 28, .10. 3:33; MclnUre (lakota West) d. Carver (SL Xavier) 119-Lacure (Greenevlew) m11. Quigley Waynesville 26, 11. Mechanicsburg 20, 12. Cov10-7; Baria (Moeller) md, Comwcll (Fairfield) 17-8: (Franklin) 1B-8; lilofta (Indian Lake) d. Melrlking oahllng (Northmont) d. Brewer (COlerain) 14-9. (Purcell Marian) 8·3: Doggett (G!al1am) md. Lee . lngton 18.5, 13. Uma C.C., Nelsonville-Yorl\ 18, 15. WesHaR 17, 16. summit Counlly Day 15, 17. 145-Butler (MI. Healthy) d. Mauro (Center(Ross) 14-4; Conger (McClain) p. Wertz (SpringSt. John's, Triad 14.5, 19. Dixie 13, 20. Allen East, vlile) 9..S; Sanchez (Carroll) md. Ruther (St xavier) boro) 5:49 .. 125-Schlater (Graham) d. Hickman (Alter) · Tri-COunty North 12.5, 22: Madison 12, 23. Colum· 14·2; Wisner (Falrflcld) d. Mlddendort (Te<umseh) bus Grove, Crooksville, Dayton Christian 11, 26. 12·8; Sharkey (Miamisburg) d. Monk (Lakota 5-3; Kremer (Franklin) d. Siemer (Ross) 7-t; Webb ClnclnnaU Country Day, Cary-Rawson, West UbertyWest) 8-4.IC!rclevllle) md. Grant (Sen. Logan) 14-3; Ml~am( Salem 9, 29. Deer Part<, Miami East, Williamsburg 152-Gadson (Fairfield) md. Borchers (Carroll) Cham.-Jullenne) p. Klofta (Indian Lake) 2:57. 8, 32 Coldwater, Waterford 6, 34. Northeastern 4, 11·3; Thomas (Elder) d. Dean (lakota West) 2·1: 130-Pow~l (Preble Shawnee) p. N~ll (War35. Chesapeake, UncolnVIew, National Trail 3, 38. GaUa~er (Sl Xavier) d. Haws (Butler) 8-4; iijng ren) 5:40; Robinson (Bellbrook) p. Rohards (HII~­ Belpre, Fenwick, lockland, Northrldge, Oakwood 2. (Lovcland) d. Emmons (Haml~on) 8-5. boro) 1:45;. Taylor Ondlan Lake) d. Kanta (Ross) Quarterfinals 160-Home (Wilmington) d. Adkins (Moeller) 6-5; Harrison (Cham.-Jullenne) md. Washington . 103: Austln (Carl~le) md. Strlcklend [Bluff6-2; Wiley (Beavercreek) d. iijrJ\Iand (Northmont) (Sheridan) 8-0. ton] 10~1: Bcmholt {Versailles) d. Porter (Spencer4--2; Gadd (Haml~on) d. Murray (Tecumseh) 3-2: 135-Kfotta (Indian Lake) d. Toplcz {Indian MalinowsKI (St. Xavier) d. Conley (Lakota Eastj ville) 7·3; Smith (Cary-Rawson) d. Long (Miami Hill} 7w5; Wa~hlngton (Sher!dan) md. Schrader 10·4. . East) B-4; Wyant (Triad) tl. Kayaun (Ume C.C.) (lijngs) 18·7; MCSorley (Edgewood) md. OWens

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16-0.

112: Kill (St. John's) tt. Carver (Westfall) 18-3; Eckhardt (Canlslel p. Bey (Versailles) 3'18; Hams {Brookville) md. Schlerloh {Lockland) 19~7; Robbe (Batavia) p. iijemen (Bluffton) 0:24. 119: Cottone (Madeira) tf;Oameron (Coldwater) 15-0; Taylor (CIInton-Massle) dec. Hixson (Toad) 2~1; Rhodes {Brookville) d. lson. (Batavia) • 11·10; Clllm (Spencerville) p. Franz (Waynesville) 5:44. ' 125: Henry (Versailles) d. Lanham (Madison) 10-5: Shindledecker (Uma C.C.) md Gates (Belpre) 14-6; AdamS {Westfall) p. Seibert (Spencerville) 2:47; Burrougl"ls (Madeira) d. Howard (Williamsburg) 5·2. 130: Canan (Covington) d. Schultz (Batavia) 11-9; Shaver (Waynesville) d. Smith (Versailles) 11-4; Bateman (Nelsonville-York) p. Porter (Spen~ cervllle) 2:52; Kuykendall (Madclra) H. Wilhelm (Mechanicsburg) 21·5. 135: Hoppe (Dayton ChnsUan) p, Yeary (Williamsburg) 1:36; Stapleton (Cartlsle) d. Jahnz (Uma C.C.I 3·1 OT; Seta (Reading) tf. Jones (Waterford) 15~0; Rhoades (VersaHies) ~· Rammel (Spencer· ville) 15·0~ 140: Bergmen (Versailles) d. Mack (Allen East) 12-10; ReynOlds (Canlsle) md. Gable (St. John's) 11-0; Gratz (B!IJ!fton) d. Uttlejohn (Madeira) 3-1 OT: Ezerskl (Brookville) tf. Pherson (WesHaD) 20·5, . . 145: Hannon (Bluffton) d. ·.Burton (Miami East) 11·8; Keiser (Cincinnati country· Day} d. Lehn {Batavia) 5-1; Bryant {CIInton-Massle) d. Mages (Rea~ng) 12-8 OT; Showalter (Mechanlcsbul!ll d. Rutledge (Madeira) 8-2. 152: Smith (Mechanicsburg) dec. Doeberelner (Waterford) 10-5 OT; Mollmann (Batavia) d. McNeal {Oixle) 14-8; Shultz {Brookville) d. Shonkwiler {Westfall) 11w 10; ThJbaben (CIInton-Massle) md. J{noop (Miami East) 12·4. 160: Whitt (Reading) md. Thomason (Uma C.C.J 15-6; Jewett (Dixie) p. Allg (Coldwater) 3:38; Simmons (Madison) d. Kinder [Chesapeake) 7~5; Queen (Bluffton) tt. McHenry (Northeastern) 17-2. 171: Martin (B!IJffton) md. Cuny (Oakwood) 12-2; Cloran (Madeira) d. Wn~t (Trt·County Norlhl 5-3: Stephan (Covington) p. Bumgardner (Waynesville) 3:04; Pinks {Alien East) tf. Osborne (Westfall) 18·3. 189: Brennan {Trl-County North) tf. Welage (Deer Park) 18-3; Thobaben (Citnton-Massle) p. Tovmsley (Fenwick) 2:28; Dress (Nelsonville-York) p. LeWis (Uncolnvlew) 4:29: Cummings (Madclra) p. Trimble (Northridge) 1:22. 215: Wilson (Reading) p. Merr!c!e (Spencerville) 4:56; Johns (Versames) p. Nuzum (Bluffton) 5:01; Maag {Columbus Grove) p. Collins (Summit Counlly Dayl 2:27; Monroe (Waynesville) p. tambert (CIInton·Massle) 1:24. 215: Ivins (CIInton-Massle) d. LouAIIen {Deer Parl\) 10·3; Parlhemore (West Uberty-Selem) d. Rohe (Madeira) 7·4: Abdulghanl (Summit Country Day) p. White (National Trail) 3:4B: Miller (Crooks· ville) p. Brewer {Carlisle) 5:35.


Montessori 27, 10. Walnut Hills 0. Championships: lOHMker (MHJ p.: Broach (West High) 2:51, 112-Shlelds (West) p. Thorpe {Belmont). 119-RusseU (West) p: Morgan (Clark) 3:52, 125-Forsberg (MH) d. Robbins {Meadow) 11·6, 130-Faulkner (MH) p. Fleetwood {Mead) 3:51, 135-Roaeh {MH) p, Long (Belmont) 1:15, 140-TO!IYer.(Belmont)'d. Butts

(Hughes) 10-B, 145-Butler (MH) tf. Cum· m1ngs (Mead) 16·1, 152-Gault {West) p. Williams (CW) 1:51, 160-Lee (West) md. Forsberg {MH) 14-0, 17l·llaat (Belmont) p. Thomas {Hughes) 1:31, IB9-Wh!te (Hughes) p, {Post {Mead ) 5:03, 215Leurck {West) d. Lester (MHJ }·5, 275Jellrles {Mead) p. Cross (MH) 1:02. Third place: 103-Packnett {Dunbar) d. Morelan {Mead), 112-Volz {MH) p. Rich· · ardson (Clark) :3B, 119-Winston (Belmont) p. Finley {CWJ 3:41, 125-Magobet {Dunbar) p. Dow (B~mont) 1:17, 130" Jones {Belmont) p, Brown (West) 2:22, 135-Russell (West) p. Snow {With) 1:41, 140-SUmner (MH) d. Hernandez (Dunbar} 4-2, 145-Woulms {West) d. McCiu!lah (Belmont) 13-B, 152'-Hooven (MH) p. Par· rlsh {With) 3:39, 160-Jone.s (With) d. McMiller {Hughes) 171-Geter {CW) p. Wasson· (Mead) 2:46, IB9-Powell (With) p. Reinhart (Dunbar) 4:3B, 215-Morton {Hughes) p. Zachery (Dunbar) :36, 275-A~ exander (With) p. Talley (Dunbar) :54. Coach of the year: Jamal Martin, Mount Healthy: Player of tho'year: Ola]a· won Butler, Mount Healthy. ·GCL SOUTH Team standings: 1.i St. Xavier 162.5, 2. Elder 159.0, 3. MOeller 157.5, • 4. La sane 66.5. GCL NORTH ' Team standings: 1. Purcell Marian 92.0, 2. Chamlnad<-Ju!lenne 7B.O, 3. Roger Bacon 58.0, 4. Alter 15.0; 5. McNicho~ tas 3.0. ChampionshiP Matches: 103Goode IMo~!er) d. McLean {St. Xavier) . 14~7; 112 Cook {St. Xavier) p. Stetter . (Elder) 4:37, 119-Melnklng ,(Pure~! Marl· an) d. Candy (Moeller) 6-3; 125 McCoy (Elder) d, M!dian (C.l) 4-0,' 130 Spence (Elder) d. Harrison {C.J.) B·6, 135 Meyer (Moeller) d. Owens {Roger Bacon) 7-6 ot, 140 Barla (Moeller) d. Carver (St. xavier) B-4, 145 Walton (CJ.) d. Workman (Elder) 1 5~3, 152 Gal!agher (St. Xavier) d. Thomas (Elder) 3·0, 160 Mu!lenger {Roger Bacon) d. Malinowski {St. Xavier) 6-3, 171 Eppens (Purcell Manan) d. Bemlng (Elder) 7·5 ot, 189 Chambers (Elder) p•. Lukens (Moeller) 5:21, 215 Jlmmar {Purcell Marian) d. Hub· er (Elder) 4-3, 275 Vance (St. Xavier) p. Craver (Purcell Marian) 3:02. Consolation Matches: 103-Woolf {LaSalle) d. Harrison (C.J.) 8-3, 112 Hay· den (Moeller) d. Niswonger {C.J.), ll9 Kaaka (LaSaUe) d. Sclllltz (Elder) 5-3, 125 H!cl<man (Alter) p. Eppert (LaSalle) 3:54, 130 Llnz {St. xavier) d. Flick (LaSalle) 12·6, 135 Cargile (St: Xa.vter) d. Stetter {Elder) 10·5, 140 Hauck {Roger Bacon) d. Flanigan {LaSalle) 6·4 ot, 145 Gilbert (Moeller) d. Ruther (St. Xavier) 3·2, 152 Schnitzler (Moeller) d. Mcte.an (Purcell MarIan) 9·2, 160 Adklr.s (Moel!er) p. Bemecker {LaSalle) 2:50, 171 Pride (Roger Bacon) d. SChweer (St. xavier) 6·1, IB9 Steiger· wald {St. Xavier} d. McMullin (Purcell Marlan) 5-o, 215 Wessel (Mo~ler) d. Bolte (St. Xavier) 8·2. 275 Tull {Moeller) d. Rathman (LaS~Ie) 6·0. ' Coach of the Year:.Dtck Murphy, St. Xavier {GCL SOulh); Wrestler of tha year: Mike Barla, Moeller ·(GCL South);' Coach of tho Year: Terry Melnk!ng. Ptll· ceil Marlen {GCL North); Wrestler of the year: Pat Mullinger, Roger Bacon (GCL Norlll)

GREATER MIAMI CONFERENCE Team Standings: ~· Lakota West 214, 2. Falrff~d 202, 3. Lakota East 177, 4. Colerain 119. 5."Hamilton 118, 6. Oak HIUs 65, 7. Princeton 59, B. Milford 379. Sycamore 35.5, 10. Middletown 2. Champions: !03-Mat~s {Pnnceton) d. Kist (Ha!t!!lton) 7 -I. 112-Goodman (LWest) md. Love (Oak Htils) 17-4, 119Hahn {Fairlleld) md. Hiebek {LEast) 16-3, 125-Sizemcre (LEast) md. DeMaris {Cole~ rain) 13-3, 130-Fiake (LWest) d. Kunkel (Colerain) 15·6, 135-Mason·Straus {Sycaw more) d. Wo!ery (lWest) 5·0, 140-Mcln· tire (Lakota West) p. arewer (Colerain) 3:24, 145 Monk (La~ota West) md. Baynes {LEast) 10-1, !52-Emmons {Ham· -nton)·ilver'"Gadsonc(Falrfteld)'defail!t',--.160-:;_.j Lawson (Fairfield) d. Gadd (Hamilton) OT criteria 1-0, l71:""Park.er (Fairfield) met DeMaris {Colerain) 16-B; 1B9-P!Iev {LEast) p. Saylor {Falrlle!d) 2:22, 215-Wtil!ams {LEast) dec. Rowe (Fa!rl!eld) IM, 275 Knight {Haml~on) p. Conner (Lwest) 1:11. Third place: 103-WI!Icocks (Fairfield) d. Tourls (LWest) 7~3, 112-Pierson {LEaSI) p. Dully (Colerain) 3:18, 119-Ren· gering {Oak HIRs) p. Braun (Colerain) 0:18, 125-Spencely (Falrlleld) d. Waldroup {LWest) 5·3, 130-Schm!ttauer (LEast) md. srater (Oak HltiS)'24-ll, 135-Tharras {Princeton) d. Couch (Oak Hills) 6-2, 140-Cornwe!l (Fa!rlle!d) d. Tenant {Milford) 2·1, 145-Wisner (Fairlie~) p. Koon (Cole·rain) 3:37. !52-Dean (Lakota,West) d. Lobes (M!Word) 3-1, 160 Canby {LEast) d. Hartman {Lakota West) 8·6, 171-Baber (Princeton) d•.Fischer (Oak Hills) 4·3, 1B9-Martln (Colerain)! d. 1/<Coy {Hamill· ton) 6·4, 215-Drew: (LWest) d. Lester (Hamilton) 11·4, 275cMoon {Lakota East) p. Poor {Milford) 1:35i

FAVC BUCKEYE DIVISION

189-Cummlngs (Madeira), 2. Wei· age (Deer Pari\), 3. Hubbard (Finneytown): 215-1. Wilson (Reading), 2. Brooksbank {Ta~or), 3. Danl~s {Wyoming); Hwt-1. LcuAI!en (Deer Park), 2. Robe (Madeira), 3. Wiehe. {Reading) Coach of Year: Bob Keams (Ma·

Team scores: l. Harrison 265, 2. Amelia 138.5, 3. Glen Este 128, 4. Mason 111.5, 5. Anderson 7l.6, 6, Turpin 56.5, · 7. Northwest 48.5, 8.1 Winton Woods 22 ChampionshiPs: 103-Dearwester (Harrison) p. Lambert•(Mason) 2:53, 112Welch {Harr~on) d. Center {Mason) 10·5, 119-Wassler (Harrison) p. Shaffer (Amelia) 5:22, 125-Brelner {Mason} d. Foust (Harrison) 11-6, qO-Noyes (Harrison) md. Medley (Anderson) 14·0, 135-Hotopp {Harrison) d. Maupin (Gle.1 Estel 4-2, 140: Mecks~oth {Amelia) d. Berling {Glen Este) 7-5, 145-Bunch (Harrison) tf. Cunningham {Glen Este) 19·3, !52-Meade (Mason) p, Swarts (Amelia) 3:40, !60-Lehn (Amelia) p. Gal!eo {Gen Este),l:54, 171-Sacksted· er {Ha•lson) p. Daggs (Anderson) 1:48, . IB9-Was!nger (Harrison) d.· Gaorg (Glen Este) 7·1, 215-Cutllng (Anderson) p. Cr~ swell (Harrison) 3:21, 275-Taylor {Herr~ son) p. Crahan (Turpin) 0:42. · lhlrd Placa: .103-Porter (Glen Estel p. NeUI (Amelia) 4:05, 112-Con!ey (Glen Este) p. Bannlster.(Winton Woods) 0:51, 119-Mizener {Mason) d. Coorey {Ander· son) 4c2, 125-Kapp (Amelia) p. Smith {Northwest) lc27, 130-IJOth (Amelia) p. Grow (Northwest) 2:19, 135-Melchlorre {Turpin) d. Ret11nger.{Ame!la) 11·4, 140: Bamonte (Harrison) d Thomas (Mason) 7·1, 145-Davls (Winton Woods) d. Doyle (Turpin) 11·7, 152-McOonough (Harrison) p. Perry (Winton woods) 2:40, 160-G!Indmeyer (Harrison) md. Thorton (Turpin) 15·4, 171: Elliott {Glen Este) d. Madden (Mason) 4·3. 189-Gentene {Mason) d.. May {Northwest) 5·4, 215-Mooney {Northwest) d. Good (Amelia) 4·0, 275-Ambur· gey (Amelia} p, ~attersan (Anderson) 0:33.

delra); Wrestler of Year: Ron Howard (Finneytown). MIAMI VALLEY CONFERENCE (at Lockland) Team Standings: 1. CHCA 162, 2. summit 135, 3. ceo 111, 4. Norlll College Hill 91, 5. Locklar<! 63. Championships: 103-Person (NCH) d. Greenbaltt (CCD) 13·9, 112Sch!erloh (Lockland) p. Robson {NCH) 1;44, 119-Spohn (CHCA) p. Hart {CCD) 3:14, 125-Hensley (NCH) d. Vincent (CHCA) 16-4, 130-Waldman {SCD) p. Galetto {CHCA) 4:51, 135-LoreaU> {SCD) p. Wilcoxson (CHCAJ 4:52, 14~Ca•oll (CHCA) p. lynch (CCDJ 1:13, 145-MU!d· row (SCD) d. Keiser {CCD) 9-4; !52Smith (lockland) p. Howell (CHCA) 2:30, 160-Conlon {SCD) p. Diener (CC0)2:58, 171-Brendamor (CCO) d. Denoma {CHCA) 9·6, 189-Bittner (CHCA).d. lee· semen {CCD) 16·6, 215-Coll!ns (SCD) p. Vandermewe {CHCAJ :36, 275-Abdul· ghaml (SCD) d. Sn~!lng (lockland) 4-3. lhlrd place: 112-RicJ,ardson {CHCA) by forfeit, 119-Abll {5CD) by forfelt, 125-Partln (SCD) by fortelt. 130LArkln (CCD) d. Simpson (NCHJ 7-6, 135-Propes {lockland) d. Holley {NCH) 10·8, 140-Gatlo (Lockland) by forfeit, 145-Dal!y (CHCA) bY lorle!t, 152-Lo· reaux (SCOJ d. Sherman (NCH) 4-2, 160Evelo (SCD) p. Jon" (NCH) 4:53, 171Thomas (NCH) p. Amann (SCD) :43, 215-La~nsky (NCH) p; Peul (CCD) 1:16, 275-Thatcher (CHCAJ by lortelt MVC Coach of the yoar: Jim Spears from CHCA; MVC Player of tha ytiar: Norrl Abdulgham! from Summit. SOutHWEST OHIO PUBLIC LEAGUE Team Standings: 1; Mount Healthy 198, 2._ Western Hills 150, 3. Dayton Belmont 112.5, 4. Me~dowdale 103.5, 5. Hughes 80, 6. Withrow 59, 7. Dunbar 55, B. Co~nal White 44. 9. Clarl\

Team scores: 1, Wilmington 193.5; 2. Loveland l72.5: 3. Ross 104.5: 4. Kings 97; 5. Uttle Miami 91; 6. Norwood 69; 7. Goshen 39 ChampionShips: 103-Shearer (Ross} d. McBraYer (Wilmington} 10~4; 112-Jett {little M!ernl) md. Alsip {Norwoad) 18·6: 119-Sm!th (Wilmington) d. Lamplot (Lo11eland} 8~5; 125-GIII (lolleland) d. Aber {Wilmington) 3·2: 130-Coak {loveland) d. Kanta(Ross) 4·3: 135: Sm!lh {Loveland) d. Hltt {Ross) 5·2; 140: Messer (Norwood) p. ROse (Wilmington) 5:25; 145-Wisecup (Wilmington) md. Phelps {Ross) 13·2: 152-K!ng (loveland) tf. Herrmann (Kings) IB·2: 160-Home (Wilmington) p. Bussell (Little Miami) 5:31; 171-Green (Wilmington) d. Smith {Love· land) defaUlt: 189-Beckett (Wilmington) p. Brewster {Kings) 1:54: 215-Atklnsan (Kings) d.. Sears {little Miami) 6-5 OT; 275-AIIen (Loveland) pin McHenry (Go: shen) 0:27. Third Placa: 103-Lodewyek {Kings) pin Tracy (lOIIeland) 2:03; l12-Woods (Goshen) dec. ·Weaver (Lo~Jeiand) 5 2; 119-Moak {L!tUe Miami) dec: Rettman (Kings) 8-6; 125-Reosch {Goshen) advanced with bye; 130-Cummlngs (WII· m!ngton) ma]. dec. Cox (Norwood) B·O: 135-Murphy (Wilmington) rna]. dec. Freson {Kings) 13'5: 140-Schrader (Kings) maj. dec. Dunk (Loveland) 15 2; 145-EIJ ans (Kings) tech. tall Guller· (LOIJe!and) 19·4; 152-Foster (Ross) pin Honnerlaw {Wilmington) 0:38: 160-Ma~lano (Love· land) tech. fa!! Barnett (Kings) 17-0: 171Rossmann (Little Miami} dec. Harris {Ross) 4·2: 189-Adams tUttle Miami) pin Gaver~ ette {Norwood) 1:33; 215-Cox (Norwood) dec. Waugh (Wilmington) 4-2; 275-Dick· erschled (Ross) pin Mattingly {Norwood) 1:24.

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CiNCINNATI HILLS LEAGUE (at Wyoming) team Standings: 1. Madeira 275\1, 2. Raadlng 163'h, 3. Taylor 115\1, 4. Wyoming 93\1, 5. Flnneytown 77\1, 6. Indian Hill 74\1, 7, Deer Park 65, B. Mariemont 42. top Three Finishers 103-!.Mages {Reading), 2. Asher {Wyom!hg) 3. Leslie (Indian); 1 q-1. Crowley {Madeira), 2. Salomone {Taylor), 3. Rtzpatrlck {Wyoming); 119-1. ,Co~ tone (Madeira), 2. Hall (Indian), 3. Hull {Wyoming), 125~t Burroughs (Madeira). 2. Beach {Deer Pari<), 3. Howell {Wyoming). 130-1. Kuykendall {Madeira), 2: Singer Mariemont); 3. 8oqucld (Read· ·tng); I L!t11ejohn (Ma elra). . · 145c I. Rutledge {Madeira), 2. Mages (Reading), 3. Cobey (Wyarr!ng); 152-1. Wilhelm (Taylor). 2. Davidson (Madeira), 3. Phlle (Rnneytown): 160-1. Tameska {Taylor), 2. Whitt (Reading), 3. Pattlson {Madeira); l71-1. Howard ~Fin· (t~~~).), 2. Cloran (Madel;a), 3., . ritz

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point, th6partans - considered a 1te title contender and thunanimous No.1 team in t~Enquirer's Division II-IV ty poll - seemed to have a Ge of tournament tentat1vens. "This 1s a game we knew we sl could win if we were not aying our best, but we alscould lose if we didn't com to play," said Roger Bam guard Josh Hausfeld. We talked all week abouhaving to play our game, Llt it took us a half to wakup." "We coul1't get comfortable - eithi we played too fast or too 9W," Roger Bacon coach Bt Brewer said of his team's fi;t-half struggle. Bacon opted a 10-0 lead while Purcelwas shut out at the start, buby halftime the lead was wlitled to 18-16. Bacon's onl offense was coming from3-foot-6 senior forward Beirham Wyrick, who had 11 ~ints on his way to a game-h;h total of 21

Purcell Marian can't answer hot shooting By Carey Hoffman

The Cmcmnat1 Enquirer/JEFF SWINGER

Tony Fulks of Purcell Marian goes up to shoot over Roger Bacon's Beckham Wyrick Friday night.

It's going to be your night when: A) Your power forward is 5-for-5 from 3-point range; B) Your opponent doesn't score in the first six minutes of play; and C) You make 66.7 percent of all your shots after halftime. All those things happened in Roger Bacon's 57-40 victory over Purcell Marian in the Division II sectional final Friday night at Xavier's Cintas Center. But that doesn't mean it was a cakewalk. Roger Bacon led by only three points midway through the third quarter before pulling away for good with a sudden 8-0 spurt. Up to that

points - including his perfect shooting from 3-point range. "I just came out shooting the best I could," Wynck said. "I've been practicing, and they tell me to keep shooting." Roger Bacon shot 88.9 percent from behind the arc in the game, including a 3 by Hausfeld that finally changed the game for good. That came with 4:55 to play in the third quarter and Bacon ahead 21-18. Frankie Phillips then came up with a steal that led to a three-point play by Hausfeld. More defense - this time a block by center Monty St. Clair of a Billy FiiDlell shot - led to another layup by Hausfeld, putting Roger Bacon ahead 29-18 with 3:52 to play in the quarter. "We were playing to reduce the number of possessions in the game, and it did have an effect for a while," said Purcell coach Randy Reeder, whose team lost

both of ils regular-season meetings with Roger Bacon. "But then they hit a couple of 3s and we missed a couple of shots in the paint, and that really hurt us." Another key was Bacon's efforts against Purcell's 6-7 all-district center, Mike Pilgrim. Wyrick played physical in defending Pilgrim, while on the other end, Pilgrim matched up with wiry 6-8 Roger Bacon junior Monty St. Clair. St. Clair scored Bacon's first basket of the night, then didn't score again until the second half. Still, he battled Pilgrim evenly, finishing with 12 points and eight rebounds, compared to Pilgrim's totals of 14 points and seven rebounds. "They were just battling down there body to body," Hausfeld said of Pilgrim's defense against St. Clair. "And there was a lot of talking, too." "Beckham had a great

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restlers fight for state titles Lakota East, West favorites in finals By Gary Estwick The Cincinnat' Bnqui1·er

COLUMBUS - Sycamore's Daniel Mason-Straus experienced <In unfamiliar feeling Friday night. Mason-Straus, who at 135 pounds was undefeated heading into the Division I quarterfinals, lost 3-2 during_ the Ohio High School Athletic Association State Wrestling Championships at Ohio State's Schottenstein Center. Today's Division I finals start at 5:20p.m. Division I consolation matches start at 10 a.m. Mason-Straus was defeated by Chris Vondruska of Lakewood St. Edward, the projected champion. ~For "the--first tiintnhis season,Mason-Straus' hand wasn't raised after a match. His record now stands at 40-1. Mason-Straus did put up a fight. After trailing 3-1 late in the match, he scored one point in the final 10 seconds. As he attempted his final move, the buzzer sounded, ending a season-long streak. Vondruska will move on to the finals today to face Steve Luke of Massillon Perry. Luke defeated Wadsworth's Tim Miller 7-3 in the other Division I 135pound semifinal. By reaching the semifinals, MasonStraus will place in the top six. But placing in the top six probably wasn't the goal of a high school wrestler who has been as dominant as he has this season. Hetag Pliev of Lakota East also was favored to successfully def\md his 189pound Division I title. And he didn't disappoint. Pliev defeated Zach Andy of Ashland 11-3. He will face Nick Terbay of Dayton Carroll in the finals. Carroll beat Curtis Hose of Fairfield by technical fall (15-0). Pliev is one of two CinciiDlati-area champions defending their gold medals today. It's no surprise that Matt Mcintire of Lakota West is also back in the finals for the third consecutive year. After placing second as a sophomore and winning the 140-pound class as a junior, the senior defeated St. Xavier's Randy Carver in Friday's semifinals (6-2). Mcintire will face Jason McGee of Cuyahoga Falls in today's Division I 140-pound final. Carver defeated Mike Pierce of Lakewood St. Edward to advance. Mark Mathis of Princeton qualified for the Division I finals in 1 03-pound weight class. His semifinal opponent, Dave Federico of Willoughby South, was disqualified after throwing Mathis to the mat midway through the match. Mathis remained on the mat for about 1 0 minutes. He will wrestle Tony Iovine of Pickerington. Iovine beat Canton Glen Oak's Ty Anthony 6-4 in overtime. It was not known as of press time if Mathis' injury will stop him from competing in today' s final. Zach Flake of Lakota West will join Mathis in today's finals. Flake beat Eric Lakia of Painesville Riverside 8-7 in the Division I 130-pound semifinals. His opponent today, Ryan Lang of Lakewood St. Edward, advanced to the finals by pinning Vince Gioiella of Solon in 2:39. In the 152-pound class, Fairfield's Joe Gadson advanced by beating Jake Kuhner (Pickerington). Gadson's opponent today, ViiDly DiGiovanni of Solon, defeated Ryan Rhodes (Toledo Central Catholic). Gadson's teammate Tony Parker wasn't as fortunate. Parker was piiDled by an undefeated Matt Kallai (43-0) in the Division I 171-pound semifinal. Lakota West is in sixth plac(;! in the Division I team totals with 52.5 points. Lakota East is eighth with 41 points. Fairfield is 11th (33). TEAM SCORES TOP 10: 1, Lakewood St Edwar<l 12B; 2, Mayfield Village Mayfield

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Lakota West 52.5, 7, Wadsworth 52; 8, Lakota East 41: 9, Day. Carrol· 38 5; 10, Sidney 34. OTHER LOCAL SCHOOLS: II, fairfield 33, 13, Princeton 22, 22, Hamilton 17; 31 (tie), St Xavier 11; 31 (tie), Harrison 11, 39 (tie), Sycamore 9, 55 (tie), Moeller 5, 55(tle) E'der 5, 71 (tie), Lebanon 1; 71 (tie) Mason I.

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103 pounds· Mark Mathis, Princeton over Dave Federico, Willoughby s dq, Tony Iovine, Pickerington d. Ty Anthony, Can. GlenOak 6·4 OT 112. Brandon Luce. Sidney d. Albert Madsen, lakewood St Edward 6-4; Josh Horne, Pickerington d Tom Clka, Brunswick 11 6 " 119 Jason Johnstone, Massillon Perry d Mare Alban, Kettering Fairmont 6-3; Mark ~~~~e,!'~~~e:,o~~oit. Edward pin Paul Jang, 125· Zach Meissner, Mass1!!on Jackson d Charlle Agozzlno Lakewood St. Edward 9-4 T J. Enright, Galloway Westland d. Bryan Bru!port, Sidney 5-1.

rain Clearv1ew 4:19 112: John Hammer, Sycamore Moha't'ok d Chris Eckhardt, Carlisle 7-3, Jord<¥1 Llpp Beachwood d Jesse Emery, Cadiz Harrison Cent 10-5: Corey Opfer, Sandusky St. Marys maj. d. Mike Cavalier, Newbury 17-6 luca~ Huffman, Hannibal River d. Adam Harris, Brookville 4-2 119 John Tierney, Martins Ferry d Fran~

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Paparone, Bedford Chane! 3-0, Joel Cot· tone, Madeira d. Chris Hamed, Penlnsul(l Woodridge 6·4, Tanner Shearer, sandusky St Marys maj d Bl!ly Wickline, London Madison Plains 12-4, Joe Wyse, Cols Grandview Hts, d Jason Spencer, Newbury 0 .1 125 Jason Bernath, L;Grange Keyston~ d Kevin Borders, Marlen River Valley 13-S; N b J d And Nathan Spencer, ew ury pm arro er~ son, Barnesville 3:52; Drew Mu!lhol~nd, i~c:· more Mohawk d Craig Henry, Versa lies ~"'~

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PURCELL MARIAN (40) - Annell I 2 4, fulks 5 4 16 Bibb 1 0 2, Pllgtlm 5 4 14, 0 Woods 2 0 4. Totals: 14·43 10-14 40. ROGER BACON (57) - Hausfeld 5 2 14, St Cla1r 4 4 12, 8 Wynck 7 2 21, Phl1!!ps 2 0 5, Bush 0 11, Waymlfe 1 0 2, Reed 1 0 2 Tota!s 20-35 9-13 ;7. Purcell Marian ........................ 4 12 6 18~40 Roger Bacon ...................... 12 6 16 23-57 3-polnt goals PM (2·10). fulks 2, RB (8·9) - Hausfeld 2, Wyrick 5, PhUI!ps Records PM 9-14, RB 20 3.

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night shooting, but even more important was his defense against Mike Pilgrim," Brewer said. "He was the Player of the Year in our league and he got a few baskets in scramble situations, but not many in the halfcourt." Senior Tony Fulks Jed Purcell (9-14), a regional qualifier the last two years; with 16 points. Hausfeld added 14 for Roger Bacon. Roger Bacon (20-3) · advances to the Division II district final_ at 7:15p.m. Wednesday at UD Arena. The Spartans will meet the Troy upper-bracket sectional champion.

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Daniel Mason-Straus, (Results Involving local wresUers) Dean maj 140 Jason McGee, Cuyahoga Falls d. 103 pounds ca~eb Metcalf, Whitehouse d. Seth Sharp, Beloit W. Branch 17·8; Dustin Billy Young, Sandusky St. Mary's d. David Tle{Mike Pierce, lakewood St. Edward 7-5; Matt Anthony Wayne d Brent Goode, Moeller 5-2 Fbx, Galion pin Curtis Lusane, Cfe. East 5:23; ney, Martins Ferry 6-4 OT Mcintire, Lakota West d. Randy Carver, 112 Ben Watson Kettenng Fairmont d Btett Boggs, Maumee d. Mtchael Price, cam135· Stephen Nutbrown, Marlon Rl\'~ St. Xavier 6·2. Dustin Center Mason 9 3 bridge 5-2, Mike Skan 1eczny, Akr svsM d. Val1ey mal d Tom Majer, Richmond Ht~. 145 Joe Pflug, Maple Hts d Travis Ko· 119 Chris M~!ls, lewls Center Olentangy Jeff Mo 1er, Germantown Valley VIew 4·2. 10-2 Chris Seta, Reading maj. d Nate vach, Massman Perry 5-1, Deonte Penn, Solon d. David Candy, Moeller 5-3 OT, Frank Passaf· Eicher, MassBlon Tus!aw 11-2, Ste\'e Blunk d Brjan Wolff, Lakewood St. Edward 5-1 lume, Strongsville d Roger Hahn, f81rfleld CONSOLATION QUARTERFINALS streetsboro tf. Kyle Stapleton CMisle 15·Q; 152 Joe Gadson, Fairfield d Jake 12~11. f d Ch d Nl h0 1 Kuhner, Pickerington 11-6: VInny DIGiovanni, 125 Kevin Rieman, Delaware Hayes d 103· Steve LaScala Parma Padua d. Dan Ralph, Bed or ane 1 c ~s Solon maj d. Ryan Rhodes Tol Cent Cath. Nick McCoy, Elder 6-1; ~r!s Sto1z, Westerville Ro~ McCahan, Akr SVSM 8-3; Terry Jackson, Rhoades, Versailles 4· 1• 14~1 S. pin Tim S1zemore, Lakota East 2·16 Uhrichsville Claymont d. David Bowers, Wash 140: Joe Whelan Sandusky St. Marys •i 180 Tnstan Murray, New Carlisle Te130· Scott Whittaker, Macedonia Nor- lngton C H Miami Trace 2-1. Jesse Irwin, Shadyside 3·1 Adam Lohmal\, cumseh d. Don Srock, Wadsworth 3-l, Dylan donla d. Elliott Spence, Elder 10-7 112: Dave Penny, W Milton Milton-Union Delta d. Matt Sammons Cuyahoga Falls CVCI\ Shamaklan. Mayfield VIllage Mayfield d Mike 135 Stephen Walery, lakota West d d. Jeff Schmidt, Sandusky Perkins 5~2; Tyler 10-7, Johnny Vogel, Cols. Grand~lew Hts. Pin Grogan N Can Hoover 2·1 OT Kevin Pletroplnto, Mayfield V11!age Mayfield Reichman, Uhrichsville Claymont d Nate BrowDonnie Young, Archbold 5.50, Dustin Malon 171 Matt ~allaJ, Wadsworth pin Tony 5~1 nlng, Bellbrook 7-3 Castalia Margaretta d Jason Peddicord, Bru~ Parker, Fairfield 3.25 JR. Fairman, May140 Chance R!1ey, Wadsworth d Nate 119: Jerett Lacure, Jamestown Greene· nesvllle 5-1. fRie1sdsv ,i_la geTMayfleld d. Andrew legg, Fremont Busick, Lebanon B-2: Tom Clark, Solon d view d. Ricky Deubel, Chagrin FaDs Kenstan 145: Pat Hardy, Cols Grandview Hts d 0 530 Mike Barla Cln MoCiler 7·6 5-0, Jorge Conger, Greenfield McClain d. 169 Nick Terbay, Day Carroll tf Curtis 152 Max Dean, lakota West d Mike Cameron Doggett, St Paris Graham B-3 OT. Nate Schlessman, Milan Edison 1~0; Marcus Rouse, Fairfield 15·0, Hetag Pllev, Lakota Ward Mayfield VIllage Mayf!€1d 3-2, Dan Gal125 T c Hoffman, Clyde d Co1by Tur~ Gordoo, Ashland- Mapleton tf. Jason Bahmer, East. maj d Zach AOOy Ashland 11 3 lagher, St. Xavier d Dan Gurney, Tol Whitmer chetta, Twinsburg 7-1, Mike Pucl!lo, Cuy Fa Is Barnes~llle 22-7; Christopher Wilson, Woods~ 215 Matt Koz, lakewood St. Edward d. 3~0, !an Emmons, Hamilton d. Tim Searl, Walsh Jesuit d. Tyler Schlater, St Paris Grafield Monroe Cent. d. Juan Lopez, Genoa Area Pat Barrentine, Day. Carroll 1 1 OT: Matt DelLakewood St. Edward 8·5. ham 8~3 4-3 DT; Bobby Samsa Shadyside d lee Keck guyd, Mayfield Village Mayfield pin Thomas 160 Kevm Ryan, Strongsville d Dan Ma~ 130: Tim Harr1son, Day. Chamlnade·JUUN Jackson Jackson MI ton 9-B Smith, Cle Hts. 1:28. llnowskl, St. Xavier 2-0. en11e d Kurt Gross, Parma Padua 15~11; Aa152 Dan Szymanowski Fremont st Jc~ 27S Hassan Adebesln, Shaker Hts pin 171 Brian Cesear, Amherst Steele pin ron Martin, Pataskala Watkins Memorial d seph d Jeff Shultz Broakvlll~ 8·7 Brian Hill Cllr!stlan Kmght, Ham•lton 1 39, Steve Vallas, Ryan Sacl1steder, Harrison 2 58 Rush Wft!lams, Olmsted Falls 3-1 Ma !!l~n Tu Ia n'-Derek Roth M~rtlns FerrY Yoongs. Boardman d Tony Johnson, liberty 215 Brad W~lllams, Lakota East d. Chip 135 Eric Henry, Ravenna SE d Kasey _;: Ch ~h wbaben Cl rksv!lle C!mton0 • a Twp. lakota E 5·0. Kubiak, C!e, St. Ignatius B-2 Klingensmith Newark Uck!ng Valley 7-6, Bob 4 • ns - - - ~---- - --~ ~~- --~._,.---2"75·-Wesley-lt~ylor,- Hamson+. Attt~m--etackDurn;-Ciyde d.-Kyle-Holler,- Medina Buck- ~r11assw d -Adam Foote, C!e-Cuyahoga Hts. B~G CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTERFINALS Hines, Vandalia Butler 2-1 eye 6-4. DT, Mike llnsker, Beachwood pin Brad Moll140: Dan Jarrett, Bellevue d. Dustin mann, Batavia 4:42. 103 pounds· Dave Federico Willoughby Walker Utica 7 3; Dave Garner, Cuyahoga 160 David Gilkey, Perry pin Ke\ln Petrel5 d Er~c Wanner le\~ls Center Olentangy Falls Walsh Jesuit d Steve Krawczyk, Medina Ia, Cols Hartley 0:54; Brian Jacobs, Kansas 10-3, Mark Mathis, Princeton over Kyle Buckeye 5-3 lakota d. A J Aesch1lmann, Massillon Tuslaw Shackle N Can. Hoover default, Ty Anthony, 145 Brice Westhoven. Parma Hts Holy 2-1 Ryan Mack Defiance Tlnora maj. d JimCan GlenOak d. Brent Goode, Moeller Named Bradley Meyers, Medina Buckeye B 1 ' ' ' CHAMPIONSHIP SEMIFINALS 10~3: Tony Iovine, Pickerington d. Dan Mitch· Josh G!ng, Chagrin FallS Kenston d Chris Sut my Jewett, New lebanon Dlx1e 16~6 Nick eff, Lora1n Southview 9·4 103 pounds· M.ke compton, Willard pin ellffe, Ravenna SE 3·1. Roppe1, Bedford Chane! pin Chas Yoder, Mar112· Brandon Luce S1dney p!n Dallas Jim laughlin, Can S 1 24; Ryan Smith Olm~ 152 Troy Deering, Sandusk~ Perkins pin tins Ferry 1·41 Hucle, Marys~!lle 4 35 Albert Madsen Lakested Fa!!s d Ke 1th Kline, Oak Harbor 8-4 Ryan Rhoades, Bel!efontame 0:50, Andy 171 Chad Unger, Perry d Mike Stephan. wood St Edward d Ryan Riggs, Massillon 112 Jordan Lafollette Akr. Sprh1g d Lowther Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit maj d Covington 5~3, Josh Ohl, Ontario pin Alex. PiPerry 6-5, Josh Horne, PlckerT!lgton d Ben Brandon Kissinger, Medina Buckeye 7-1, Dus- Geoff Ho€hn, Wapakoneta 19·6 cazo Cols Grand~!ew Hts. 5:01: Drew ClorWatson, Kettering Fairmont B-6; Tom Clka, tin Schlatter, St. Paris Graham d. Danny 160 Aaron Miller, Wapakoneta d Paul an, Madeira d Adam Knapp, W Salem Brunswick d. Chuck Pedro, N Royalton 7·5. Sandy, Cuyahoga Falls walsh Jesu1t 9-3 Bergman, Oak Harbor 6-5; David Bertolino, Northwestern 5·3 OT; C.B. Oollaway, Gall~n 119 Jason Johnstone, Massillon Perry d. 119: Billy Vaughan, Pataskala Watkins ~~~~ ~~;~eye local d. Joe Hoke, St Paris Northmor maj d Brandon Martin, Blufft~n Mark Bugara Garfield Hts 6-2; Marc Alban, Memorial d Adam Buzek, Akr SVSM 7~4, Kettering Fairmont d Frank Passafiume, Josh Zupancic, Cuyahoga Falls Welsh Jesuit d 171 Ron Howard, Flnneytown d Matt 14-2. Strongsv1lle 8--4, Paul Jang, Westerville N. d. Ty Klofta, lewistown !rKi!a 1 l.~e 6·0 Jacobs Bellevue 8-5 Justin Schutte, Maumee 189 N!ck Barte, Cols. Grandview Hts d. Michael Davis, Galloway Westland 3~2, Mark 125. Mark Budd Orrville d. Frank Brown, d. Dina Razzano, Cols:. DeSales 10 B. Rob Sater, Perry 7-2, Scott Sm1th, Gahar..."la Moos lakewood St. Edward tf. David Candy, Cols DeSa!es 5·2; Thee Dotson, Col. Hamilton 189 Dan Brown, Cols. DeSa!es d Kevin Co!s Academy d Nate Thobaben, C!arksvi:le Mooller22-7. Twp d Cody Mldlam, Day Chanilnade-Jull- McFarland Warsaw River VIew 7-3, Anton Na- Clinton Massie 12-7; Chad Sowers, Sycamc.re 125 Charlie Agozz1no, lakewood St Ed~ enne 7-2 rlnsky, Chagrin Falls Kenston d. Dan Salupo, Mohawk maj d. Bryan Cummings, Madeira ward d Elliot Berger, Can G!enOak 8·6 OT, 130 Anthony Constant1no, Mentor lake Parma Padua 5-4 15~4: larry Reichard, New Albany d. Andy Zach Meissner, Massillon Jackson d David Cath. d. Tre~ V111ce Upper Sandusky 6-2, Jer215 Marcus Adelman, Alliance d Blake Brennan, lewisburg Tri·County N 4·1 Clemens, Da~. Carroll 13-10, T.J. Enright, Gal- maln Thompson Akr. Kenmare d. Matt Gu- McAllister, Co!s DeSales 5·0, Joe Kuhn, New 215· Bryan Wilson Reading pm loway West1and d. Tim Sizemore, Lakota losh, cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit 5~3. Philadelphia d. Brandon Jones, Cols. Hamilton Sh W • rt W Sale North t 5 02 East 5-1. Bryan Brulport Sidney d Kevm Rleaun e11 e, • m wesern , 135· Chad Turchatta, Twinsburg d. Jason Twp 3-1 m<l!, Delaware Hayes 7-5. - Roush, Van Wert 11-6 C P Schlatter, St. Par· 275: Michael Price, cambr1dge p!n Jeff Matt Stookey, Sandusky st. Mary's pin Ht'llls 130 Ryan lang, lakewood St Edward Is Graham d. Aa-on Gomoll Ba ~ VJI!age Bay Moler, Germantown Valley VIew 2 11, Eric R!- Lahna, W lafayette Ridgewood 2 59, Gt'ne p1n Elliott Spence, Elder 5 32, Vince Glo!el10-3. denour, Palnesvl!!e Harvey d Seth Sharp, Be- Moore Newcomerstown pin Dusty Johns, Vi!r~ la, Solon d Ryan Wilson, Centerville 9-5, Enc 140: Ka1en Knull, St. Paris Graham d. Joe !alt W Branch 9·3 sallies 2 52, Mark Nagel, Delta d Mark Z~ta~ Lakla, Palnesvlle Riverside d. Tommy CunLovell, Cols DeSales 5·2, Mike Hurley, Akr. nee, Bedford Chanal 3-1 OT. ningham, Gro~cport-Madlson 5·2; Zach SVSM maj d VInce Randazzo, Parma Padua CONSOLATION ROUND 2 275: James Marlast, Wellington pin Josh Flake, Lakota West d. Brad White Strongs13-2. Bartholomew, Cols. Grandview Hts 1:40; Tcny \'ll!e 7~2 (Results ln~olvlng lOcal wrestlers) 145: Bryce Marn!ey, St Paris Graham d. Carothers, Cadll Harrison Cent. d Matt Leln n~ 103 pounds. No local wrestlers Involved 135 Tim M!l1er, Wadsworth pin Adam Ryan Hurley, Akr SVSM 5-3, Brandon Shriner, ger, liberty Center 3·2 OT; Koel Davia, Sl!l· 112: No local wrestlers Involved. Cheh, Solon 2:35, Steve Luke, Massillon Perry Thom\'1Ue Sheridan d Paul HammorJd, Cols mont Union local d Rodney Dewalt, Cohms 119: Jorge Conger, Greenfield McClain d. d Stephen Wolery, Lakota West 3-2; Hamliton Twp. 8-4 Daniel Mason-Straus, Sycamore pin Matt Andrew Perez, Vermilion 7-4 Western Reserve 4-3: Jesse Wells, Sarahs\ll!e 152: Tim Maxworthy, Medina Buckeye p, Frederickson, Whitehouse Anthony Wayne 125: No local wrestlers Involved Shenandoah d. Matt Lauck, B1aomda1e EmJohn Slattery, Mentor Lake Cath 3-1, luis 0.59, Chris Vondruska, lakewood St Edward 130 Kurt Gross, Parma Padua over Zach wood 5-2. Galvan, Cle. Benedictine tf ~ustm eusnlck, d. Nick Uhas, Hlll~rd Davidson 10-6. Kanta, Haml1ton Ross default. Can S 16-1 140: Jason McGee, Cuyahoga Falls d. 135: No local wrestlers Involved. 160: R~an Knapp, Cols DeSa!es d Scott CONSOLATION QUARTERFINALS David Wilson. Westerville N. 4-0: Mtke Pierce, 140: No local wrestlers Involved. Martlofer, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit 4-3; lakewood St. Edward d MJI(e Barta, Moeller Chris Hahn, Minerva d. Robert Zugg, Hillsboro 145 Josh Glng, Chagrin Falls Kenston d 103 Clay Tucker, Martins Ferry pin Jar.ob 9-4 Matt Mcintire, Lakota west pin Mike 5-2 Kyle Harmon, Cle1mont NE 4-3 OT Bill, Lorain C!earvlew 4:39; Shane Porter, Walters Massillon Perry 3 33, Randy Carver, 152: No local wrastlers Involved. Spencerville d David Bemho!t, Versailles 5-4 171· Joey Dennis, St Paris Graham d C!n. St. Xavlar d. Chance Rilay, Wadsworth 180: Paul Bergman, Oak Harbor pin Pat John Lowery, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jasult 2-1; 112: Mike Cavalier, Newbury d. Adam B-5 Jason Hackett, Cols Hamilton Twp. maj. d. Mu!lenger, Roger Bacon 4·26. lint, Cle. Cuyahoga Hts. 7~3, Jake Ka&e~. 145: Travis Kovach, Massillon Perry pin 171 Ron Howard, Flnneytown d Chris Daniel Watts 1 Franklin 17·6. Newarn Cath. d. Dan Masher, Mogadore 6 'Justm Sharkey MlamlsQurg 3:29; Joe Pflug, 189. Jesse Sydebotham, Co!s Hamilton Shonk, Thornville Sheridan 6-5. 119: Billy Wickline, London Madl~on Maple Hts tf Jerrod Rundle, Brunswick 19~4; 189: No local wrestlers Involved. Twp d. Jason Marshall, St. -Paris Graham 9·4, Plains d Jason Spencer, Newbury 8-7, Chtls Bryan Wolff, Lakewood St Edward d Nick JD Bergman, Oak Harbord Jared Villers, Akr. 215: No local wrestlers Involved. Verdi, Madison 11-4; Deonte Penn, Solon maj. 275 Jeff Moler, Germantown Va!!ey V.ew Hamed, Peninsula Woodridge d. Frank Pa~a­ SVSM 6-4. d. Adam Melton, Wadsworth 14-2. 215. Jeremy Jlmmar, Purcell Marian pin Andy Wills, Co!s. DeSales 0.37; M1chael rone, Bedford Chanel 3-2 152· Jake Kuhner Pickerington d Tim 125: Shawn Burroughs, Madeira d d. Zach levy, 'Oak Harbor 8·2, Adam Hoppel, Price, Cambridge d. Zach Katrls, Franklin Searl lakewood St Edward 5-3, Joe Gad• Lisbon Beaver d Aaron Keough, Batavia Cler10-4 Jamison MQss, Delta 5-2; Jarred Anderson, son, Fairfield maj. d. Mark Holztrager, Par- mont NE 4-3 Barnesville d Mike Munroe, Collins Western ma Normandy 13·3: VInny DIGiovanni. Solon 275 Ben Ryan, Monroe Lemon·MOn· Reserve 5·2 pin Dan Gallagher, St. Xavier 4·40, Ryan roe d Dustin Fox, Galion 5·3, Brett Boggs, 130 Matt Smllek Cuyahoga Falls CVCA Rhodes, Tol Cent Cath d Mike Ward, May- Maumee d Mike Skonieczny, Akr SVSM 7-4 d. David Tierney, Martins Ferry 3-2, Alan Peltz. field V!!1age Mayf1e1d 6*1. Beachwood d Josh Gr gson, Northwood 5~~ 160: Don Srock, Wadsworth d John Kon~ CHAMPIONSHIP SEMIFINALS yesnl, Lakewood St Edward 8-6; Tnstan Mur135: Jake Knoop, Casstown Mtaml E. CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTERFINALS 103 pounds: Sean Keyes, Burton Berkshire ray, New Carlisle Tecumseh d Josh Johnson, maj. d Oliver Gray, Creston Norwayne 15·2, maj. d. K.yle Stapleton, Canlsle 11-3, Bart lOS pounds: Jim Laughlin, Can S d. Lev1 Wyant, N. Lewisburg Triad d Braxdon Gllatta, Milan Edison d. Nate Eicher. Massillon Tol. Waite 6·5 DT, Dylan Shamaklan, Mayfield Terry Jackson, Uhrichsville Claymont 4-0, Mike Scaletta, Cle. Cuyahoga Hts 9-7 OT. VIllage Mayfield d Bryan Gray, Youngs. AusTus!aw 3-2. Compton Willard maj d. David Sowers, tlntown·Atch 3-2, Mike Grogan, N Can Hoo~ 112 Jordan llpp, Beachwood maj d 140· David Sarosy, Perry d Donnie Washington c H Miami T~ace 13~2; Keith John Hammer, Sycamore Mohawk 11-3; Lucas ver d Kevin Ryan, Strongs\'ll!e 5-4 , Young, Archbold 6~2, Matt Sammons, Cuya~ 171 Tony Parker, Fairfield d Adam Kline. Oak Harbor d. Ro~ McCahan, Akr SVSM Huffman, Hannibal River d. Corey Opfet, San· hoga Falls CVCA d. Dustin Wright, Bedford 12-12 OT; Ryan Smith, Omsted Falls d. Nlc Vance, Berea 3-2 OT, Matt Kallal, Wadsworth dusky St. Mary's 9-4 Chane! 10·3. d. Brian Cesear, Amherst Steele 5-0; Andrew Albaugh, Minerva 4·0. 119· John Tierney, Martins Ferry d Joel 112: Brandon K ss!nger, Medina Buckeye 145. Steve Showalter, Mechan.csburg Legg, Fremont Ross d. Nell Rausch. Marysville Cottone, Ma~elra 4-1, Tanner Shearer Sand Nate Browning, Be!1broak 13·9; Jordan L.a- dusky St. Mary's maj. d. Joe Wyse, Cols pin Brett Bethel, To! Christian 2:59; Matt Fea6-5; J R Fairman, Mayfield VIllage May!Je d d Follette Akr Spring. If Da~e Jenkins, Carroll .. ron, Kirtland d Nate Schlessman, Milan Edison Chris Green, E. Liverpool 5-2 Grandview Hts. 20·8. ton 17~2; Danny Sandy, Cuyahoga Falls Wa1sh 189: Nick Terbay, Day Carroll If. Chris 125: Nathan Spencer, Newbury d. Jason 5-4 OT. Jesuit d Dave Penny, W. Milton MHton-Unlon Bernath, LaGrange Keystone 8~4: Jeff Jaggers, Horton, Pickerington 16-0: Curtis Rouse, 152. Dustin Smith, Mechanicsburg d. Fairfield d. Bryan Kmetz, Brunswick 5-4; 7-5; Dustin Schlatter, St Paris Graham 'd. Jeff Bedford Chane! tf. Drew Mullho!and, Sycamore Nick Sutter, Cois. Grandview Hts. 11-6, Derek Zach Andy, Ashland pin Tom Pfister, New Car* Schmidt Sandusky Perk·ns 9~2 Mohawk 22 7 Roth, Martins Farry maj. d Jeff Shultz, Brook 119: Adam Buzek. Akr. SVSM d Jorge 1lsle Tecumseh 2.50, Hetag PJiev, Lakota 130 Krls Kuykendall, Madeira d ville l0-1. Conger, Greenfield McClain 9-3; Billy Scott Elwood, New Albany 6-4, Billy Young, East pin Mike Ga1bra!th, Whitehouse Anthony 160: Jlmm~ Jewett, New Lebanon Dixie vaughan, Pataskala Watkins Mem. d. camer- Sandusky St. Mary's d. Tony Blaine, Newark Wayne 2:20, maj d. Jason Ross, Attica Seneca E. 16-5, on Doggett, St Paris Graham 3 1; Josh Zu- Cath. 3-2 215· Matt Koz, lakewood St. Edward d Kevin Petralia, Cols Hart1ey d A J Aeschll· pancic, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit maj d 135: Chris Seta, Reading d. Stephen Josh Stansbury, E Liverpool 6-1; Pat Barren mann, Massillon Tuslaw 3·2 Une, Day Carroll pin Nick Ngem Tal St. Fran· Jerett lacure, Jamestown Greene 19-7, Ty Nutbrown, Marlon R!~er Valley U-7, Steve 171: Brandon Martin, Bluffton d Adam ols 1:lB; Matt Delguyd. Mayfield VIllage May- Hlofta, Lewistown Indian lake d. Ricky Deube1, B!l!nk, Streetsboro maj d Dan Ralph, Bedford Knapp, W Salem Northwestern 4-2 OT, Alex Chagrin Falls Kenston 3·1 DT. Chanel14-1. r~eld d. Brad Williams, Lakota East 4·3; 125: Marn Budd, orrv111e d Tyler Schla140: Adam Lohman. Delta d. Joe Whe- Picazo, Cois. Grandview Hts d. M1ke Stephan, Thomas Smith, Cle Hts. d. Derek Ankney, Co~lngton 15.. 12 ter, St Paris Graham 8-2, Frank Brown, Cols ,an, sandusky St. Mary's 7-3; Johnny Vogel, Sidney 5-3 189: Josh Barker, Ashland Crest\ 1ew DeSa!es d Mike Pucillo, Cu~ahoga Falls Walsh Cols Grandview Hts. d. Dustin Malott, Castalia 275 Hassan Adebesln, Shaker Hts d maJ. d. Matt Garber, Elmore Woodmore 12-l· Jesuit 10·7, Cody Mldlam, Day Cham nade· Margaretta B-4 Adam Hlnas, Vanda1!a Butler 7-1, ChrlsUan Rob. Sater, Perry maj. d Nate Thobatlen, Julienne d Brian Faist ChiJgrln Fa1!S ~enston 145: Marcus GarOOn, Ashland Mapleton Knight, Hamilton pin A.J. Cousins, Ch11!1· Cllnton·Massle 13·4. 1-1 OT; Theo Dotson, Cols Hamilton Twp. d. d. Pat Hardy, Cols. Grandview Hts. 7-3, Chriscothe 5:20, Tony Johnson, Lakota East d. 215: Mark Zaranec, Bedford Chanel d topher Wilson, Woodsfield Monroe Central d Derrfck Bendau, Ma) field VIllage Mayfield 6-4 Colby Turchetta, Twinsburg 10·3 130 Anthony Constantino, Mentor Lake Dusty Johns, Versa1lles 3-1; Chuck Spencer, Bobby Samsa Shadyside 4-1. DT; Steve Va11os, Youngs. Boardman d Kirk Newbury d Shaun Wellert, W. Sa1em North~ Cath maj d Rush Williams Olmsted Falls 152: Brian Hill, Massillon Tuslaw pin Dan Nail, Hilliard Davidson 8·6 OT 11·0, Trey VInce Upper Sandusky d Aaron Szymanowski, Fremont St Joseph 5:57; Mike westem 3~1 Martin, Pataskala Watkins Mamcrla! 7-4, Matt Llnsker, BeachwoOd d, Chris Thobaben, 275: Matt Lauck, Bloomdale Elmwood d CONSOLATION QUARTERFINALS Gulosh, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit d T!m Rodney Dewalt Collins Western Reserve 11-5, Cllnton·Massle 6-4 Harrison, Day. Chamlnade Julienne B-5, Jer103: Caleb Metcalf, Whitehouse Anthony 160: David Gilkey, Perry p!n Brian Ja- Matt le nlnger, liberty Center d. Josh BartholoWayne pin Dan Mltch.::ff, Lorain Southview maln Thompson, Akr. Kenmore d. Kurt Gross, cobs, Kansas Lakota 0:51; Nick Roppel, Bed~ mew Cols Grandview Hts 4-2 OT, Parma Padua 3~2. 1 59, Jayrt Hunt Cle JFK tf Adam Rogers ford Chane! d Ryan Mack, Defiance T!nora 135 Jason Roush, Van Wert d Patsy Uniontown Lake 18·3 CONSOLATION ROUND 2 ll-5. 112 Simon Zychowlcz, Perrysburg d Razzano, Cols. DeSales 6-4 OT, Chad Turehet· 171 Chad Unger, Perry d Josh Ohl, On~ (Results Involving local wrestlers) ta, Twinsburg d Kyle Holle•, Medina Buckeye tarlo 5 3, c B l:lollaway, Ga1!on Northmor d Sen Watson Kettering Fal1mont 3-1; Joe War· 103· No local wrestlers Involved noH, Garfield His d. Dallas Hucle MarysVIlle 9-4; Aaron Gomoll, Say VIllage Bay d. Jon Drew Cloran, Madeira 8·2. 112. Dan Mosher, Mogadore d. Chris Varner Usbon Beaver 12-9 C P. Schlatter, St. S-2 169: Nick Barte, Cols Grandview Hts. d. Eckhardt, Carlisle 4-0. 119 Greg Roberts, Brunswick d. Chris Paris Sraham pin Drew Miller, Carrollton 1;07. Scott Smith, Gahanna Cols. Academy 3-2: 140 Joe lovell, Co!s DeSales d. Justin 119: No local wrestlers Involved IWIIs, lewis Center Olentangy 6-3; Frank Pas- . Chad Sowers S~camore Mohawk maj. d. larry Dickey, Ashtabula Edgewood 12-11 ; Kalen Reichard, New Albany 13·5 ~aflume, Strongs~!lle d. Mark Bugara, Garfield 125: Shawn Burroughs. Madeira maj. d Knull, St. Paris Graham d. Dave Garner Cuya· !its. 9-7. Craig Henry, Versa1lles 9-0 215. Matt Stookey, Sandusky St Mary's hoga Fal1s Walsh Jesuit 6-5 VInce Randazzo, 125. Ke~ln Rieman, Dalaware Hayes d 130: No local wrestlers Involved maj d. Bryan Wilson, Reading 11-1, Mark l~rls Stolz, Westerville S. 7-2, Joe Murray, Panna Padua d. Justin Smith, Carrollton 10·7: Nagel Oe1ta pin Gene Moore, Newcomerstown 135 Kyle Stapleton, Carlisle d. Srlan M!ke Hurley, Akr SVSM tf Dustin Walker, Uti'foungs. Austintown-Fitch d David Clemens, Clerrwns, Plymouth 6-6 OT. 3 30. ca 16-1 l>ay Carroll 5-3 275: James Mar !est Wellington pin Tony 140: No local wrestlers Involved 145 Bryce Markley, St Paris Graham tf 130 Tommy Cunningham, Gro\eport· Carothers, Cadiz Harrison Cent. 3:01; Koel 145 Nate Sch!essman, Milan Edison Chris Sutcliffe, Ra~enna Southeast 24-6 Ryan Madison pin Brad White, Strongsville 2 31, Davia Ba!mont Union local pin Jesse Wells, rilaj. d Jacob Bryant, Cl!nton-Mass1a 11-2. Hurley, Akr SVSM d Kyle Harmon, Cler· Sarahsville Shenandoah 4 36 Ryan Wilson, Centenllle d. Scott Whittaker, 152· N1Ck Sutter, Cols. G:-and\'lew Hts d mont NE 10·4: Paul Hammond, Cols. Haml1· Macedonia Nordonla 4·2 OT Brad Molimann, Batavia 12-10 QT. ton Twp. d. Kent Smith, Pemberville Eastwood 135 Ryan Allen, Strongsville d. Antonio CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTERFINALS 160: No local wrestlers Involved. 7·5, Brandon Shriner, Thornville Sheridan maj Guerra, Tol Waite 2·1, Stephan Wolery, 171: No local 'l'orest!ers Involved 103 pounds Sean Keyes. Burton Berkd Jeremy Shaw, Lisbon Bea\'er 11~1 Lakota Wast d Adam Chah, Solon 4-2 189 Matt Garber, Elmore Woodmere d shire d David Bemholt, Versailles 3-0 Oliver 152 Tim Maxworthy, Medma Buckeye d 140 Cnance Riley, Wadsworth d Mike Bryan Cummings Madeira 9-7. Andy Lowther, Cuyahoga Falls Wa1sh Jesuit Gray, Creston Norwayne d Shane Porter, Walters, Massillon Perry 1·0, Tom Clark, So215 Dusty Jahns, Versailles d Terry Spencerville 8·2; Braxdon Scaletta, Cuyahoga lon d. David Wilson, Westerville N. 4~2. 1l-IO; John Slattery, Mentor Lake Cath. mal Monroe Waynesville 6-2 Hts. d. Drew Schafer, Monroeville 7·5, Levi 145 Russ Tlseher, Cle. St Ignatius d d Geoff Hoehn, Wapakoneta 11~3, Justin 275: No local wrestlers !molved Wyant, N. 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COLUMBUS - Success at the state wrestling meet can be a matter of getting hot. The draw can also impact results. "I got a great draw," said Jeremy Jimmar, Purcell Marian's 215-pound finalist. "It's been a long, long ride." .Jimmar's draw highlighted an -irony. While he was beating Zach Levy 8-2 in his semifinal match, Aaron Keough of Clermont Northeastern was losing in his semifinal. Keough ·has beaten Jimmar frequently. "Keough has beaten my tail since last year's district," Jimmar said. "I'm 0-5 against him." Wrestling since seventh grade, Jimmar said watching last year's state finalists frorrcthestands provided' motivation to wrestle more aggressively at this year's, tournament. "I also wanted to beat Coach Pope's record," Jimmar said. He's done that much. Until Friday night, Purcell assistant coach Cliff Pope was the school's highest state placer, finishing third in 1988. Jimmar meets Lisbon Beaver's Adam Hoppel in the 215-pound Division II final this evening. As with most of the wrestlers in Columbus this weekend, Jimmar is on the cusp of a dream come true. ''I'm in the finals," he said, perhaps trying to re-ground himself. "I'm in the finals." Monroe heavyweight Ben Ryan is the other Greater Cincinnati Division II finalist - which doubles last year's total for the division. CNE's Keough can finish no worse than sixth. That's true ·as well for Hillsboro 160-pounder Robert Zugg and Franklin's Daniel Watts at 171 pounds. No local Division II teams had made it into the top 10. Two area Division III wrestlers reached today' s finals. Reading's Chris Seta continued his offensive assault, beating Stephen Nutbrown of Marion River Valley in his 135-pound semifinal. Seta appeared in trouble at one point, nearly having his back exposed. "Chris doesn't panic. He worked through it," said Seta's coach, Dick Engel. Seta meets Streetsboro's Steve Blunk in today's final: Madeira's Kris Kuykendall has had a different look about him this week - eyes a little darker in the center, pace a bit more brisk. ''I'm trying to always attack," said the 130-pound finalist. "I wasn't as offensive at the beginning of the year, to about mid-year, as I should have been." The aggression is paying off. Kuykendall beat New Albany's Scott Elwood 6-4 to give himself the opportunity to become Madeira's first state wrestling champ. Kuykendall's teammates weren't as fruitful, though, and the Mustangs slipped from fifth to seventh in the team race. Joel Cottone lost to Martins Ferry's John Tierney 4-1 in his semifinal. At 171 pounds, Drew Cloran couldn't handle C.B. · Dollaway of Galion Northmor, losing 8-2. Reading's Bryan Wilson ran into trquble in his 215-pound semifinal. He lost 11-1 to Massillon Jackson's Zach Meissner. Still, Cottone, Cloran and Wilson are guaranteed state placers this year. With Shawn Burroughs still alive in the ·125-pound consolation bracket, Madeira could recover its earlier position. A topfive finish would be the school's best. TEAM SCORES DIVISION II 1, St Paris Grahan 120.5, 2, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesu1t SO; 3, Cols Hamilton Twp. 71; 4, Akr. SVSM 64.5; 5, Co!s. DeSa!es 57: 6, Oak Harbor 40, 7, Madlna Buckeya 33.5, 8, Mentor lake Cath. 33; 9, Pataskala Watkins Memorial 28, 10 Maumee 27 5. AlSO· 19, Monroe Lemon-Monroe 21; 25 (tie), Purcell Marian 18, 31, Clermont NE 12, 40 (tie), franklin B (tie), 46 (tie) Rnneytown 7, 46 (tie), Greenfield McClain 7


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.Lakota West found itself in third place .after the first · day of Division I . district · wrestling at Wilmington: "Well, there are two ':ways The Cincinnati' Eriquire-1to get to Columbus," said West head coach Scott FetzEmma Sartini fHi'i'shed er., '\First or second; or second and Stephama13'ent. third and fourth." ley third in the all-around to With two champions •and · lead. Lakota West tO-,a~.sec­ five state qualifiers overall, ond-place firiish in the,S.O..uth~ Lakota West pulled away west District gynui:as:tics from the field to claim its· meet Saturday at 'Lakota first district team champion- East ·ship. · West racked up 14 2. 5 Centerville .won tlie'dispoints to second-place Moe!· trict champio~~hip anti' li;ifned. ler's 110. Dayton Carroll, Lakota West irt qualif).tW$ for 109.5, fmished third, fol- the state meet FrilfRX;;,and lowed by Lakota East with Saturday at Dublin Coffman 106.5 points. . High School. , ,. Zack Flake of Lakota Sartini won the ;J!i~trict West earned his first district championship in balance championship, at 130 beam. Winton Woods' Justine pounds. R 11 · h · ul-""1 "We've got the best usse wont e, va .~ilL e. coaches in all of Ohio " ' The top two teams and Flake said of the Firebircls' top- .six individuals -ifr:.each win. "All our success as a . event qualified for the state team this year is because of meet. ··A~ them. They made the year "'~;., unbelievably fun." . "' ..,., Flake beat Centerville's . trict tournament at Xenia. Ryan Wilson for his title. Joef Cottone -earned-- the Matt Mcintire was the 119-pound champi(}nship, other Lakota West champi- and Kris Kuykendall..w.en at ·on, at 140 pounds, beating . 130 pounds with a phi~' Moeller's Mike Baria 3-1. Shawn Burroughs-,:{'1;25), Stephen Wolery, the mid- ·Drew Cloran (171} and Brydie man in Lakota West's an Cummings (189--htlso strong middleweights, reached the finals for Mawasn't' as fortunate. He lost deira. '~'"o to Sycamore's Daniel Ma-. ' .Reading's Chri$ ~Seta son-Straus 6-4 in the 135-' (135), Clinton-Mass~:s.: }apound finaL cob Bryant (145) ahq::Nate It was Mason-Straus's Thobaben (189) antH3a:tasecond district win in a heat- via's Brad· MollrnaniH152) ed. match. _ also earned individua.CdisMter being deme.d a take- . trict championships.. · do.wn and potential back The district champiouship pomts, the normally low-key was the first-ever fut"Ma· , "w Mason-Straus came up hot. deira · ''It was a combination of · otvt&ton m ot•trtc(,:~;: . different things_," he said. . Team · (Atxenla High SchoolL~, scores: 1. Madetra 166:5;·-2. Ver· "Every year. he's (Wol&-y) saRles H5.5, a. ca~lsle 102. 4. Clmton-Massle " 101.5, s. Bluffton 93, .6. Brookville '88.5, 1. · been my toug.h·es·t .. rJ·val . • Spencerville 84, B. Waynesville 82,'9.)R>adlng . ·Brent Goode, became 68, 10. Batavia 51, 11. uma eentral,cathallc 42, 12. 'Dixie 40, 13. st.- John's''3~:5, 14. Moeller 's sole d1.8.tri'ct c·ham-. Nelsonvltte-Yorl< 37, 15. Belpre 361;,.16. Cov. d t lit' tl lngton 35.5, 17. ll'le<:hanlcsburg, $umfl)lt Co. p10n - an go a e Day 34, 19. Tri-Count North 33.5,~20:: Trlad.c"'Venge; ~oode ·beat.c:Pr· . 23.. ~ · · ton's Mark Mathis 9-4 for CroO!<svllle 22, 29. ClnclnnaU Countiy D.aj, Wathe 103-pound title. 'tertord 20, '31. Dayton Christian 19rB2i Cold· 17, ·33. Lockland 14.5, 34. !L<lncolnvl~ · Mathis had pinned Goode water 11. 35: Chesapeake, Northridge lil;"'SJ• Oak·at December's '·Coaches' wood 9.5; 38. CoryMRaWson, Oeer,~i'U-~9; 49. Tral! 6; 41. Cin. Hl!ls Cflr. 5; 42. ~arth­ Classic tournament and en- National easlem 4; 43. Cath. Central, RlpJev!Oh16h'3; 45. tered the district final un- _Fenwick, Le~man2: 47. Blancha:sie)b~.;~tJie L State quallflars ,• beaten in his weight class. ·' · first plaee ......u .. 103: Wjant (Triad} dec. B_ernllol.l (Ver"He's· a good .wrestler.. sattles) 5·2; I 12: Eckhardt (Carllsle)·dee:-Harrls I've never wrestled a guy in .(Brookville) 13·6; 119: Joel Coltone•iMadelra) over Clum defa;ult; 125: Henry my weight class as strong as (Versailles) (Spencerville} d.e.c. Shawn Burrough~ JMadelra) him," Goode said of Mathis. 8'4; 130: Krls Ku>1<endaii(Madelral"~lifSilaver "I just try to capitalize when (WayneS<IIIe). 4:34; 135: Chris sefu (~eadlng) opportunities arise." !Bluffton) dec. cob Bryant ( Hetag Pliev's 189-pound (Cin. country (Batavia) dec. . final Wl'th DaytOn CarrOll' S JaweH (Dixie) pin Queen (Bluffton) 3;53; 171: Nick Terbay was one of the. Stephan (Covlngton)dec. Drew Cloran'(~ladelra) 'O'Ore hl'g"-Jy' antl.Cl'p· ated Cummings 4-3; 189:Thobaben(CIInton•Massle)dec.8ryao "' 11 (Madeira) 9-6; 215: Johns (Ver· matchups. sallies) dec. Monroe (Waynesvl11e)''5'!~ 275: Parlhemore (W,. "~erlj·Satem) pin 'Miller Terbay, rated second in (Crooksl111eJ t:3l. '" w Th1rd place -~~:; . Ohi . ·o. ·by the B. rakeman Re103: Porter (Spencerville) ll~c,,;l,?telner port, ·haS been COnsidered (WajnesYIIIe) 10·4; 112: KIH (St. John's) dec. t • . Ryan Robbe (Batavia) 9·7 OT; 119:uR!Jodes One Of the 1eW SCholastic- (Brookville)-pln Chas Franz (Wayn~svll~) 0:44; . Ohio wrestlers who. could burg) 125: Gates (Belpre) pin Garry Howard (Williams1:49; 130: Bateman (Nelsonvii!.-·Yori<) .·give Pliev trouble. dec. Ben Waldman (Summit Co. Day) 2't, !35: Rhoades (Versailles) dec. Knoop (f!!laml East). But Pliev dominated the 8·2: 140: Gable 1St. John's) dec. !>late L1!1!e)onn match, winning his first dis-. dec. (Madeira) a-2; 145:.Showaller (Mectli!rlicsburg) Harmon (Bluffton) 3-1; 152: $i11WI (Me, trict title with a 16-6 m;:ijor chanlcsburg) dec. Chris Thobaben'(C)(nton· · ·on. Massie) 8·3: !60: Jason Whitt IR~IJ1gj dec. .dec181 Simmons (Madison) .10·4; 171: Martin (Bluff· ·' Held at the Value City ton) pin Pinks(AIIen East) 1:44; 189: arennan (fri~County No.) ptn Dress {Nelsonvll!e-.rYork) · Arena in Ohio State Univer- 2:oo; 215: aryan Wilson (Reading) pin !lerrlcle sit·"s. Sch_ottenstein Center, Grove) (Spencerville) 0:48; 275: Kllnker~Jotombus y dec. Dan !v!ns (CIInto~·Mas~~':) 3M1.

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14.0, 30. Glen Este 12.0. 31. Northwest 9.0, 32. Western Hills 8.0, 33. ·Anderson 7.0, 34. South 3.0, 35.. Stebbins 3.0, 36. Wayne 3.0, ~:o. ~enla 3.0; 3.8. Milford 2.0, 39..0ak Hils

(at Springfield South)< · ·. Team S1andlngs: 1. ~Graham 1248.0, 2. Sheridan 102.5, 3. Cham.-Jullenn_~ ~$--:§), 4.' trartklln ·91.0, 5. Hillsboro 54.5, 6..-..Bellbrook 52.5, 7. Clermont NE 52.0, 8. MiamH .frace 49.5, 9. Indian Lake 47.5; •10. Val~v· View 46.5. Locals: 11. Purcell Marian 4L1JiUbROss 4LO, 13. little Miami 40,0, 14. McCialn-39.0, 19. Edgewood 32.5, 22. New Rlchnll>ld--81,0. 23. Preble. Shawnee 30.0, 24 .. Sprlngbof6'30.0, 26, Lemon-Monroe 28.5, 29. Ro"g"et tiacon 20.0, SO. Rnneytown 19.0, 31. A!e[JJ!:Ji 35. Taylor 15.0, 36. Bethel-Tale 14.0, ·38. Kings 14.0, 40.·Turpln 8.0, 43. WiOmln'g 3.0, 47. r~an Hill 2.0, 48. Norwood 2.0, ?,.\11<;9snen

state Qualifiers . First Place 103: Goode (Moeller) d. Mathis (Princeton) 9-4: 112:. Luce (Sidney) md. Shields (North· mont) 13·3; 119: Alban (Kett. Fairmont) d. : Hahn (Fairfield) 7-1; 125: Clemens (Carroll) d. Sizemore (lakota Eas~ 5·2; 130• Flake (Lakota · West) d. Wilson (Centerville) 9-2; 135: Mason· Straus (Sycamore) d. Watery. (Lakota West) 6-4: 140: Mglntlre'(Lakota West) d. Barta (Moeller) 3-1; 145: Sharl<ey (Miamisburg) ma. sanchez (Carroll) 13-5; 152: Gadson (Falrtleld) d. , .. First Place .. ·:· ... , Gallagher (St. Xa'ller)7-2; 160: Home (WIImfng. . 103: Bowers (Miami rraee):md.:,NISI'10nger ton) d. Malinowski (St. Xavle~ 11·9; 171: Park· (Cham.-Jullenne) 10·2; 112: Schlattar. (Glanam) er (Falrtlcldl d. Wnlte (West Carrollton) 6·5: 189: Pllev (Lakota East) md. Teltlay (Carrol~ ma. Franklin (Franlllln) 12·0: 1 !9; lacure (Greenevlew). d. Conger (McClain) 1~·8: "125: 16·6; 215: Barrentine (Carroll) d. Ankney (Sid· "'Y) 9· 7; 27 5: Hines· (Buller) d. Taylor (Harrl· M!dtam (Cham.-Jullenne) d.· Sthlatei"'(GI'aham) 5·2; 130: Harrison (Cham.·Jullenne]'~~"l!obln· IOn).5·4. . • son (Bel~rook) 5:10; 135: Schattele(llialram) . Thkd Place • 103: Kostal! (Butler) d. Mclean (St. XaVIer)

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It's about the love of the sport being passed cin from.gener;J.tion to generation, how so many Ohio wrestlers remained in- or returned to- their native state to give back the knowledge they gained here. "I think it's tradition, the enthusiasm and the love (Ohioans) have for wrestling," said University of Michigan coach Joe McFarland, a North Olmsted native. "A number of kids have fatheni and grandfathers who .wrestled. They start at a young age and they really take .it seriously." It helps explain why Ohio is one of the consensus top-three states in the nation for By Ken Gordon wrestling, in terms of quality of highDispatch Spm1s Reporter school competition and collegiate talent The 65th state e doesn't need to be doing this. produced. . wrestling · It is why many feel the Ohio state A man wellintci his 70s should tournament be retired, not showing up tournament is the country's bestJt is concludes :saturday · why there are three Ohio high-school every day to coach wrestling at an i:hner-city high school like teams currently ranked in the top 10 .. in Value C)ty Arena Cleveland John Marshall. nationally. . . · It is why Ohioans fill Ohio State's But Gene Gibbons can't help it He caught the bug from · . . roster and, still, the talent overflows the border and populates many other college programs, one oHhe sport's founders in Ohio, legendary · · It is why Ohioans eari:l NCAA All-American honorS Cleveland West coach Hal Kester. And over the last half-century, Gibbons ha8 paased :b~the bunchan~why1learlyeveryyearatleastone . on his passion. .. · . •wmsanNCAAtitle... ·.. , •.. . .. ... ,·· · . . . . · "You won'tfindayearwhenOhio kids aren't on j:he . The AAU tournaments he started with 100 top of the (recruiting) liSt," Ohio State coaeh Russ wrestlers grew to number more than 1,500 Hellickson said. "The two.States in the country that participants. He said 61 former wrestlers of hiS have are pretty much looked atas having the most;. since gone into high-school coaching. "And I probably have another 25 or so coaehing in productive high-School wrestlers are Pennsylvania and the (youth) ranks," he added, with obvious pri,de. · Ohio. Those are two very strong states and definitely But this Story isn't just about Gibbons. It's also : real J!OW~rhouses for wrestling." . ' about scores of people like him who have helped build Ohio into a national wrestling powerhouse.

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Leroy "Lee" Kemp,.Chardon Kemp was a two-time state champion (1973 and 1974) and a four-time NCAA finalist at Wisconsin (1975 to 1978). He was runner-up in a controversial final as a freshman, then a three-time national champ: He won seven national freesiyle titles and three world titles. He was favored to win a medal in the 1980 Moscow Olympics, but he was thwarted· by the. U.S. boycott Amateur Wrestling News named him "Wrestler of the Decade" for the 1970s.

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It's hard to blame the baseball world for being mesmerized as Steve Bellisari may noil have Bartolo Colon's age went from 26 gotten an invitation to the NFL to 27 to 30 and then back to 28last combine, but that didn't stop him from thinking big. He reportedly week But the numbers of more immediate concern to the Indians has signed with Leigh ~inberg, Columbus' soccer pedigree are 250 to 260- what insiders one of the top agents in the also got run through the shredder guessed as Colon's weight upon his business. in the Feb. 4 issue of Soccmarrival at camp. Last year's media America, in which Paul Gardner guide lists him at 230. A handful of recruits that The Dominican right-hander Ohio State is prioritizing for its wrote that Major League Soccer made a mistake in eliminating th~;: ; downplayedhis round physique, basketball pro,gram were behind the Buckeye§' bench for j;he last two Florida teams when soccer~ · : but j;he ~xtrapounds could have deficient Midwestern townS such m\lch llu'ger frnpacton Jjis i>it:Ghing tw.O home gaffies of the season, as Columbus and Kansas City than woUld an inaccUrate birth against Purctue and Michigan State. could have been jettisoned. certificate. The fact that Colon ·1'wo highly· rated jUniorpost Gardner was at the poorly ' turns 29 in May does indicate that players, 6-foot.n MattLefeld of ·· · attended College Cup at Crew time maY be growing short if he is ·. Coldwater, Ohio, and 6-10 Drew Stadium in December, and he · to deyelop into.the next Pedro · Neymick of North Muskegon, concluded that ''Columbus is not a Martinez, as some had projected. It Mich., were in the house for the soccer town, but MLS prefers to · doesh'~ however, mean that the Purdue game, as was 6-1 Indians will lose value on thejr sophomore point guard Jamar have a franchise there than iunong the Hispanics in Florida ... ; To inveStment.· ill today's :baseball · Butlerof llina Shawnee. Butler walk out on Miami and Tampa, climate, the Trlbe isn't likely to ·may have had his fingers crossed while retaining Colorado or . . · have Colon clong enough that he'll . · · behind lJlli back, however, because Kansas City or Columbus,..- yes: : be.losing thezip off his 100-mph he reporwqlycommitted to that does give the impression that i' fastball.because of old age. · Cincinna1fonWednesday. MLS bosses have lost their · · ; :. Qblort is in the final year of a . . Brandon Jenldns, a 6-4 point marbles." i, $9.25 million contract. 'Tite lridians . guard from Detroit Southeastern, The broadside stunned Crew. ' ..·. r: .Mid ari.'?ptionfor 2003. . . . attended the Michigan State giune general manager Jim Smith, but he ;: ~... ... . ·. · . along with 6-9 teammate Walter · decided to countemti:ack in a · i 'J ·•· Word from Reds camp in ' Waters. Both are among the top different way. Smith sent a copy of i Sai;asota, Fla, is that JoseRijo will juniors inthe Motor City. the article and a let;ter to every ' . . refUse ariy asSignment to the minor Also the game against the season ticket-holder, appeallilg_to . 'leagues. If he fails to mhl<et].le Sparta.nS~ere Spririgfield South . them to help the team sell out the i team this spring, he plans to retire. fonvardivan Harri!;, who already opener as a response to Gardner's , ': Atld why :not? In light of il\.e has ~orr\]ilitted to the Buckeyes, column. To sweeten.the deal, recent scan4aJs involving birth and 6-7~enior Mike Pilgrim of

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Cincinnati Purcell-Marian. Minnesota forward Dusty · Rychart has joined the continuing debate over which team owns the best home-court advantage in the Big Ten. Rychart casts a loud vote for Michigan State's Breslin Center. "It's easily the toughest place in the league (to play)," he told the Star Tribune of Minneapolis. "It's probably the toughest home court in the nation.... No matter what part of the court you're on, sorilebody's yelling at you and Calling you naffies. It's definitely . intimidating." The reason? The first nine rows surroundillg the court, or about half. of the·lower bowl, belong to the students. "It's still a student-event center, and college is still about the students," MSU coach Tom Izzo said. 'There's no question that when you win 65 of your last 67 (home) games, you don't do it just .with a good .tea.Ill. There's no secret that you've gotto have a home-court advantage. .I -think we have one of the best, and I think it has contributed to a lot of our wins. Plus, our administration was strong enough not to buckle" and give the prime seats to well-funded . alumni. You don't see that everywhere.

Bob Hunter is a Dispatch sports columnist. bhunter@dispatch.com

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"It's time to get rid of Dave King. Let's bring in acoach from the Syracuse Cru~ch and teach these guys howto hit, forecheck, stand in front of the goal, take shots and · · play the game like you're supposed to play the game, instead of having a coach · · standing behind the bench with his anns ' ·· folded like he's waiting on awalk/don't wallt light at Broad and High!' · ''Dave King is a master at explaining away the mounting losses, but maybe the Jackets just need a coach who kriows where to put his foot!' · "I'm glad to see the U.S. men's hockey . team grabbed silver - the silver platter, .· : that Is, handed to us by the canadians with · our butts on it!' "Hey, Wayne Gretzky, the whole world . wasn't against you, the whole world still views you guys as the 51st state of til~ : Union:•

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Bob Preusse, the editor of Ohio Wrestling Magazine who also does the nationW. highschool rankings for AmateUr Wrestling News., says Ohio is "in the top three; exceeded by no one." · Why is this, though? Why Ohio? . It could be that the winter weather played a role. Denny Diehl, a national wrestling expert based in Bethlehem, Pa, said organized wrestling first took hold in cold-weather states "because the wrestling room was the warmest place people could go." Indeed, wrestling got started in the early decades of this century in wind-swept Great Plains states such as .Oklahoma andJowa Soon, it spread eastward,.catching on in t11e Cleveland · area and eastern •Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley. It took root thanks to dedicated coaches such as Kester, Clarence Eckert of Euclid and Mike J.\ililkovich of Maple Heights; · Kester helped create hig,h~f\C~?<J!. wrestling, serving on the national ~es coi)l!hi~tee that set the sport's basic standardS, 'JI.1i1K()Vi.(:h actively promoted the sport, holding homecoming matches complete with a king an<;l queen, just . Much .of wrestling in Ohio is defined by successful wrestlers giving back to the programs in which as in football. they started. John Heffernan, standing, was a state champion at Lakewood St. Edward and an "I just think wrestling got started here," · All-American at Iowa~ and he now has retrrrned to serve as an assistant coach at St. Ed. Hellickson said. "Good coaches gmvitated here, and it evolved naturally. (Cleveland) was one of · California is an up-and-coming wrestling complete with sky!ights, a jogging track and the early places to emphasiZe high-school state, but it didn't hold a state tournament until · exercise bikes, the story line mirrors that of wrestling." . Gibbons' at John Marshall. For 20-plus years, Cleveland wrestling was 1976. · Ohio wrestlers come back and give back At Hellickson, a WISconsin native, calls the Ohio wrestling. The first state tournament, held Ohio tourriiunent ''the biggest and run the most St. Edward, among the half-dozen official and in 1938 at Cleveland John Hay, evolved from efficiently. It's easy to watch." · unofficial assistant coaches is John Heffernan, a various regional tournaments at Cleveland-area Ohios prominence can be supported former St. Ed state champion and two-:time schoois. statistically, as well. In two currentnational All-American under the legendary Dan Gable at It wasn't until the late 1950s that the sport's polls- Amateur Wrestling News and the. the University oflowa popularity began to creep southward ·to central Parents, many of whom coach youth National Wrestling Coaches Association- the and eastern Ohio. By 1970, it was wellstate has three schools mnked in the top 10programs, hang around for practice, as well. established statewide, and the tournament first Lakewood St. Edward, St. Paris Graham and "Yol) should see around Thanksgiving and · split into two divisions in 1971. Akron St. Vmcent.St. Mary. ChriStmas, when a lot of our alumni come back . The state tournament today is ruliversally and help out," St. Edward coach Greg Urbas Between 1991 and 2000, Ohio produced the lauded as being perhaps the best-nli1 such event second-most NCAA All-Americans (the top said. "Northeast Ohio just has a tradition of in the nation. eight placers at nationals). Pennsylvania led great wrestling, and the kids come back and "I used to be in awe of the 5,000 people who With 118, followed by Ohio (77), Iowa (73), share their knowledge." showed up for the New York tournament,., said Illinois (57) and California (56). For 50-plus years, Gibbons has been doing OSU assistant coach Mitch Clark; a Canton, In the last 60 years, the epicenter of Ohio. that, too. Even though the Cleveland school N.Y., native~ "But I got here·and saw the 20,000 system isn't what it used to be, Gibbons keeps in the Schott ... it's amazfug, It blows my mind." wrestling hasn't moved much. It has shifted about 5 miles west, in fact, from the Cleveland going because he knows he's keeping inner-city Preusse, who monitors results from all over public schools to the parochial powerhouse of kids out of trouble. the nation, said he doesn't know of any other "It's one of those sports where you have a St. Edward, where the state-tournament state in which wrestlers contest the brackets of the school's 63 state champions ring tough time breaking away," he said. championship matches on mised platforms-. l:<{lr that, Ohio wrestling fans shonld be · thewrestling.room . . .. · just as they do in the NCAAs. .. St Edward has won the .last five Division I ·grateful, "That's a special touch," Preusse said. "ONo has the best tournament. Even Pennsylvartia, .· . · state titles and 17 overall. . kgordon@dispatch.com · But even there, ill a high-ceilinged gym holds it in a small, outmoded old facility:'~ ·

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tlicitha.t, !'shoUld get out of coaching.".··· . · ·. . .'There are twO main problemsf()r QSU. One has tci do withn1lmbers and geograpfl;ii. · Simplyput; Ohio produces too rl1any good In 1980, Jeff Golz of Lakewood St. Edward · · high-school-wrestlers for all of them to go to HighSchool became an All-American wrestler Ohio State. That makes it fertile recruiting at Ohio State. ground for any number of Big Ten programs. . Since then, St. Edward wrestlers have ''Ohio is like a piece of meat among a bunch earned 34 All-American awards -none of of wolves," said Denny Diehl, a Pennsylvaniathem for OSU. based wrestling expert. "All of those To make matters worse for Buckeye fans, Midwestern powers pick on the state the Ohio powerhouse recently has become Wunercifully." something of a pipeline to the University of ··· · As it is, the Buckeyes are mnked No. 4 in Michigan. The Wolverines have three St. Ed . products in their starting 10 and another (Mark the nation With 24 Ohio products on a 28-man roster. Moos) signed for next season. . ·The other problem is that there are. not ObvimiSly, that's a source of frustration for . enough Division I wrestling programs in Ohio OSU coach Ri.Jss HellickSon. ·to employ all of the state's qtiality coaches. · "(St, Ed wrestlers) have had a history of Therefore, Ohio natives end up coaching at going certain places, and it's been hard to places such as Iowa State (Bobby Douglas) break that," said Hellickson, who took over at Ohio State in 1986. "They have had success at and Michigan (Joe McFarland), and they find Michigan and they've gotten great educations success recruiting in their home state. Douglas, for example, wooed four-time there. 'Tve been in the educational arena 31 years, state champion Harry Lester of Cuyahoga and 1 don't have a problem With that. How in Valley Christian Academy to Iowa State last year. the world do I counter that? "I tell kids if they come to Ohio State they McFarland is from North Olmsted, about 10 will have a good experience, get a good minutes from St. Edward. He has developed ' education and have good success. But I dop.'t some strong bonds at the school · "I've been a good :friend of coach (Greg) hara§S a kid out of going. to another school. If I By K.(m Gordon Dispatch Sports Rep01ter

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Urbas," McFarland said. In addition, Lakewood.is almost as close to Alm Arbor, Mich. (about 170 miles), as it is to Columbus (140). Contrary to the whispers, several people close to the St. Ed program say there is no bad blood between OSU and St. Ed, just bad timing. For example, a college wrestling coach may have only 10 scholarships to award to a recruiting class, and perhaps only two or three of those are full rides. He needs those to fill certain weight classes. If a college program has a standout freshman 125-pounder but his 184-pounder is about to graduate, it does him little good to recruit a 125-pound prep star. Urbas said that is what has happened of late between his program and OSU- the Buckeyes' needs didn't necessarily fit with the top-caliber senior wrestlers available at St Ed's. "I wouldn't say there's anything going on," Urbas said. "Russ Hellickson is a heck of a guy and his team has done a real nice job~" In the last few years, Hellickson reportedly was close to landing both Moos and Mark Jayne, who ended up at Illinois. 'Til keep tryillg," Hellickson said. kgordon@dispatch.com

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·Jang pilin up \vins d pite Ia k of r spect Westerville North sophomore is 40-4 By Ray stein Dispatch Assistant Sports Editor Perhaps the greatest challenge Paul Jang has faced in his brief wrestling career was getting his mother to . approve of his endeavor into the sport Full maternal consent remains a work in progress, but Jang might be well on his way to taking care of the neXt hurdle by making his name at the state tournament. Jang, a Westerville North sophomore, took a first step toward statewide recognition yesterday by winning his first match at the state meet in Value City Arena, edging Paul Felton of Elyria 54 in Division I at 119 pounds. "Westerville North is kind of quiet · when it comes to wrestling," Jang said. "Nobody really knows who I am, not even in our league." Among those who are learning this weekend about Jang include Brian Brakeman, whose annual late-January forecast of Ohio state champions provides an immeasurable amount ofmoti-

vation for any grappler not ranked atop his weight class. And what does that mean, exactly, inJang's case? Just about everyone. · Brakeman, whose job might be as no-win as they come, ranked 28 wrestlers at 119 pounds, none named Jang and none from Westerville North. "It's sort of a slap in the face," said North coach ,Jerry McSwords, playing the incentive card to its fullest. Jang doesn't care, and hasn't for some time. He cruised through the sectional tournament, then captured the title in the Toledo district against · Brakeman-ranked wrestlers such as Chris Mills of Olentangy (ranked fourth) and David Dutton of Pickerington (lOth). His victim yesterday, Felton, was ranked eighth. Jang's opponent thiS morning in · the quarterfinals, Michael Davis of Westland, is rMkedninth. Down the road, perhaps, are wrestlers ranked first, second, t1'1ird, sixth, etc. "I got kind of angry at first, but nothing like nJY dad," saidJang, who

Paul Jang, top, of Westerville North defeated Paul Felton of Elyria iu his 119-pound Division I match. is 40-4 this year. "He's still a lot more mad about this than me that I haven't been recognized." For Jang, though, the larger war on the home front is with his mother, Irene. He is the younger of two boys, and there are some aspects of the sport that rub her the wrong way. "She's a very protective mom," said Jang, who took up wrestling out

of the blue as a seventh-grader. "She doesn't like the cutting weight part of the sport and all of the contact. She gets scared to death." She hfld reason to be upset last year, when Jang suffered a dislocated right elbow in a seemingly harmless practice session. He was 13-2 at the time and, irorrically, ranked in the low 20s by Brakeman. But his season ended when

the elbow gave way. "I wish I could have finished my year last year," Jang said. "I 1:h4tk I could have made it to state. Then· people would Imow who I am." They might soon, anyway, "I'm really enjoying myself right now," Jang said. "During the last half of the year, I just feel like I keep going and going. . . . I W<.ls a little

nervous today, but I told myself it · was OK to be nervous as long as I wrestled my match." McSwords said, "His confidence is just so high right now. He doesn't get uptight, even when things are close. There really are no limits to whathecando." ' rstein@dispatch.com

DIVISION II

ix De ales wrestlers still unbeaten lli'il The Stallions are third with 24 points after the first day of . competition, four points behind leader St. Paris Graham.

ISO pounds and was eliminated, which was not a bit of the 11-point advantage they built yesterday. complete surprise considering the pain he still felt · "Even .in the earlier tournaments, earlier this in the shoulder. Nine of the other 10 DeSales wres' year, we always had.a lot of guys win in the first tiers in the field survived, .six in the championship ,round and get us a lot of points," Knapp said. "And bracket even the guy!> who lose always come back and .The s~ons sit third W:i~ 24 points, four :~stle hardfor us. They can get some points for _ ... . . .. . . . .. . pomts behmd.first-plf!ee §t,)'~J:gW3;!U.Jt:wi!S.,= 7,.,o=" __ .,, -··-h-.· · · ·· · ··•· :. :· ··· ··b;..;:," .. ,, · : ·· · . -~Scott Pne5tie ~-· .. - ·• ~-~~" ···-~ ~ · -:--~~tli~-Kiftil ofp,trfo!'fr\ance~:tfieY:j'te~~~.,;.QTIIlay: one,' ..·· · ."';, lWYs ··~ 0 . ~anE:.2,1;.;_£Qfl.1~. ~~~CQ,l! ~co.re DzspatcliSportsReporter . . . · ·. and the kirid of performance, they have been get- p~mts m ~R;s,. tangibl~ way. "Wilen Ptzzurro, Andy ting for most of the season -'- solid from 103 to Wills and Blake McAllister wrestled ~ast week for Chris Pizzurro of DeSales thought his season heavyweight a berth ln the state tournament, therr teammates was over when he suffered a shoulder injury in a "It was important for us to get some points on s~ matside and cheered ~em on. Pizzurro .said he district semifinal match last weekend · d · k " 'd · p ts R · Will return the favor. His teammates srud they b oar as qmc as ~e can, sru seruor a y" az- expectnothillg less. But Dr. Randy Wroble, who happened to be "This team has a different attitude than anyTve sitting nearby, quickly checked it out and pro- zm~o, who won his open~r at 135 pounds. .~e claimed it just a sprain. The rest of DeSales' serrior qmcker th~ better. We c~;t pass up opportunities ever been on," Lovell said. "It's all about, 'What can I do for you'? What can I do for the next guy?' " · wrestlers made sure Pizzurro wrestled through it, to score pomts for the team. Razzano, younger brother Dino ·Razzano (171 · Patsy Razzano said, "It's really special to wresand they made their presence known when he did. So Pizzurro's season lasted into the Division II pounds) and Ryan Knapp (160) won by pin. Frank tie with a bunch of guys who are so close, espestate tournament, just like his four classmates. and Dan Brown .(125 and 189, respectively) and dally when you can wrestle with your brother. And though Pizzurro's season ended yesterday, he Joe Lovell (140) won by decision to reach the But I have 14 other brothers out there. That's the way I look at it, and I think all the guys think that plans to make his presence known the rest of this quarterlinals this morning. Five of Hamilton Township's six wrestlers sur- way. This is for sure the closest team I've ever weekend. He plans to cheer as long as his teamvived, all in the championship bracket. If DeSales been on, and I've been on some good teams, inmates are wrestling. is to hold off Hamilton for the third weekend in a eluding football." "No matter what," he said. "No matter what." He should have plenty of time to cheer·· and . row, the Stallions likely will need more wins plenty of guys to cheer for. Pizzurro lost twice at tJu•t;mghout the lineup. And they might need every

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Andy Wills ofDeSales, left, lost 16~7 to Seth Sharp of Beloit West Branch in the Division n state wrestling championships.

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DIVISION I NOTEBOOK

Vaughan has learned not to look into. the future·

Davis is out but not down after only varsity season.

By Scott Priestle Dispatch Sports Reporter

By Ray stein

Dispatch Assistant Sporls Editor Like many other wrestlers, Adam Davis of Pickerington saw his state-championship dreams die hard yesterday. But for someone whose goal at the beginIring of the season was merely to end the year with more victories than defeats, Davis was a lot closer to giddy than heartbroken. "I'm very proud th·at I made it this far," he said. "I feel like I've got nothing to be ashamed of." Davis is a rruity in the sport in that he never made the Pickerington varsity· until this, his serrior year.. He wrestled for the Ti· gers'varsity"B"teamthelasttwoyears. "I had to wait my turn," the 145-pounder (>aid. "This year, I just wanted to have a winIring record." He accomplished that, his mark now standing at 29-14 after a first-round loss to J errod Rundle of Brunswick and a consolation-round pin of Olajuwon Butler of Cincinnati Mount Healthy. "He got us three points, and those always help," Pickerington coach Nick Burgess sllid. "We're just thrilled with how he's wrestled "or us especially considerm·g he almost •·didn't come ' out this year. "It seems like we always have one senior who does something unexpected for us. No doubt about it, this year it's Adam. 1111 LIGHT BEAVY Size matters in the 275-pound division, but Kirk Nail of Hilliard Davidson continues to prove that worth is notmeasuredbygirthalone. Nail, a sophomore who packs "225 pounds, maybe 220" on his frame, survived his firstround match against a larger opponent, which has become the norm rather than the exception

Billy Vaughan of Watkins Memorial is Neal C. Lauren/Dispatch looking for bigger things this season, which he hopes will help him see the little things a Billy Vaughan of Watkins M~morial, left, defeated Chad Kahn of Cleveland Orange 13-2in little clearer. a Division II 119-pound match. · Vaughan won his opening match at the Division II state tournament yesterday, just whileSydebothamwaswrestling. two matches at 112. He lost to John Harne .as he won his operring match of the Division Apparently, Rathburn did something mer of Sycamore Mohawk 6-2 in the first ·ill tournament last season while at Johns- right. Cupp went 8-0 in the tolirnament, and round, then lost to Adllffi Lint of Cuyahoga town. Day two was the problem. Sydebotham won his opener this year, after Heights 3-1 in the consolation round. "I knew if you won your first two, you asking Rathburn to sit matside. "I tried to take it like last year and stay placed, and that was my goal," he said. "My "That meant a lot to me, that he cared confident," Mcintyre said after the firstgoal was to place." enough to ask me," Rathbum said. round loss. "I just didn't wrestle real good. Vaughan admitted he was thinking about It was a memorable day all the way That's all it was." · a possible semifinal match, and it cost him around for Hamilton. Rathburn was anTeammates Kevin Borders and Stephen in the quarterfinals. He lost by technical fall, nounced as the Ohio Wrestling Coaches As- . Nutbrown remain alive in the championship then got pinned in his first c'onsolation- sociation coach of the year in Division II; he bracket, and Jarrid McGuire is in the consoround match. His season was over. , will be honored during the championship lation bracket. · round s~·turday. And five of his six wresSo he was taking nothing for granted tiers won" tl1eir openers yesterday, including 1111 BACK POINTS -Grandview stands yesterday after beating Chad Kahn of Cleve-. serriors Paul Hammond and Brandon Jones, · in third place in Division III with 14 team ~~!2,~Jl: g~J isint~~~~:gt~, ~~~ each of whom was making his debut in Val- points. All seven wrestlers are still alive, six in the championship bracket. . . . Aaron ue City Aren~. his focus is only on the next match, he said. "There was so much stuff going through . Martin of Watkins Memorial made short "I'mnotgoingtolookahead,"hesaid. my mind," Jones said after beating Ryan work of Chris Hurley of Kenston, winning 1111 FIRST TIME -Jesse Sydebotham of Creech of Eaton 7-1 at 215. "I was excited, by pin in 30 seconds. But his shorts needed 'Hamilton Township is competing in the scared, pumped. I felt like I was going to work. Martin wore biker shorts underneath state tournament for the third straight sea- throw up. Once I got that first takedown, I his singlet, and the shorts were visible when he took the mat, costing the Warriors one son. But ye~terday marked the first time .wasbacktonormal." . Rangers coach Jolm Rathburn sat in his corIB QUICK EXIT -One season after finteam point ner for a state-tournament match. Every ishing second in Division ill at 103 pounds, _::_o=th=e=-r-=tim=e:L,-=R:::a:::th:.::b:.::urn=-=w=-=as=-...cWI~·=th::.=K=e=ith:::.~C:..:u~p~p-~S.:ean=-.:M.:c:::In:.::ty:.r.:..:e:.....:.o_f_.:R.:_iv_.:e:__r_V_all=-:e.:.y_.:l:.::as:.::t:..:.e_d_::j_us.:.:t~---_:s~p:::n.:"e:::s.:tl:::e.:@..::dis:::"::P.:a:.::tc:::h:.::.oo:;=:m=.__ _ __L~in:::.::theheavyweightdivision.

Nail edged Wesley Taylor of Harrison 9-6, jumping to an early lead by relying on energy and quickness, then holding on late agafust the beefier Taylor. "I'm pretty tired, but that's the way it is against the bigger guys," said Nail, a former 215-pounder who bulked up after midseason knee surgery. 1!11 TASK AT HAND ~ A year ago in a Division I semifinal at 119 pounds, Tommy Cunningham of Groveport made the mistake of soaking up atmosphere rather than stok~ ing his own fire. "It was lil<e I started to realize what I was wrestling for," Cunningham said. "It was kind of a distraction. All of a sudden I got really nervous." Now wrestling at 130, Cunningham .had no such focus problems yesterday, whipping Chad Linz of Cincinnati St. Xavier by teci;Uli" cal fall, 17-1. .•.·~ . "There's nothing new about this plac~ now; it'slikemyhome," Cunningham said. : > 1111 STAYING PUT -Upperclassmen in the 103-pound class are not the rarest animals, but it's somewhat unusual that three placers from last year-junior Dave Federico of Willoughby South, junior Tony Iovine of Pickerington and sophomore Brent Goode of.Cincinnati Moeller -are back in the same diVision. · Iovine wanted to stay at the lightest weight. · A year ago at the state meet, "I must have been the smallest 103-pounder here," Iovine said. "I just didn't have the physique that everyone else did." This year, he has pumped up and stayed thin, but he doesn't want to get ahead of himself. "I go match to match," Iovine said: "I don't want to overlook anyone." · .l"!iJ:ein@disuatch.com._


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AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore Orroles-Agrced to terms With OF Chns Richard, OF LUIS Matos, AHP Josh Towers, RHP Wrllls Roberts, AHP Kns Foster, UiP John Pamshrund LHPJohn Bale Minnesota Twins-Signed C Matthew LeCroy and OF Bobby Kle!~ NATIONAl. LEAGUE Milwaukee Brewers-Signed OF Cristlan

Guerrero to a one-year contract Monlreal Expos-Signed AHP Ron Ch1a· vacc1, RHP Da"vrn Cubillan, INF Tomas De La Rosa, INF Henry Mateo, INF Andy Tracy, INF Wilson Valdez, OF Endy Chavez, OF Val Pas """• OF Wilkin Ruan and OF Brad Wilkerson Pittsburgh Pirates-Agreed to terms Wllh 38 Aram1s Aarmrez an a three-year contract Sent OF Bnan Shultz to Albany Colon1e to complete an earl er trade

Basketball NBA Charlotte Homets-Achvated G Dav1d Wes· ley from the InJUred ltsl Placed F Jerome Molso on the InJured list. Cleveland Cavaliers-Placed C DeSagsna Diop on the Injured 11st Activated G Jeff Tre· pagnierfrom the Injured list. San Antonio Spurs-Placed G-F Stephen Jackson on the injured hst Activated F Bruce Bowen from the InJured l~t

Football NFL Buffalo Bills-Released QB Rob Johnson and CB Ken ll'lin. Cincinnati Bengals-Named John Cooper part-time consultantfscout Denver Broncos-Released FB Detron Smith. Reinstated CB Tyrone Poole from the re· serve-left the squad Ust Kansas City Chiefs-Agreed to tenns With CBEricWarlie~.

New Orleans Saints-Released WR Albert Connell and CB Steve Israel New York Giants-Released LB Jessie Ann· stead, SS Sam Games, OT Lomas Brown, QB Jason Garrett and CB Dave Thomas An· nounced the reUremenl ol TE HoY.ard Cror,s Waived OT J1m Goff, DE Brady McDonnell RB lloyd Clemons and DE DaMon!e McKenzlo, Nai"JledJoe Colftnsscout New York Jets-Signed CB Ray M1ckens to a conlmct extens~on Philadelphia Eagles-Signed WR Regg10 Tonan to a two-year contract Released GB Manly Montgomery St. Louis Rams-Named Carlos Ma1nard secondary coach.

College Memphis-Named Cra1g Bol!er defensive nne coach.

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BIG TEN TOURNAMENT First round Ohio State 89, Mchrgan S!ate82, 20T Michigan 83, ltfinms 63 W1SC0nsin60, Northwestern 58 TOP25 LowsJana Tech (9) 70, Fresno State35 HORIZON LEAGUE TOURNAMENT Qui3J!elfinals !ltino1s Chicago 75, Wisconsin-Milwaukee 67 Detro I 67, Cleveland State 73 WISCOnsin.,Green Bay65, Butler43 Loyola ol Chioago 76, Youngstown Sla!e60 EAST Bmghamton 63, Stony Brook 50 Vennont 77, Albany, NY 55 SOUTH Alabama Sla!e 75, Gramblrng State 66 A!oom Stale 75, Texas SoU!hem52 Coppm State64, Morgan State 51 Georgia State 69, 8e!inont 47 Jacl<son State 77, Alabama A&M 62 JacksonV!He State 93 Ronda Atfantlc 91, OT Mercer64, JacksonVIlle 59 Northwestern State 72, McNeese State 58 SEloUtsiana 74, Nrchalls State 51 Southern U. 67, Prnine View 52 Troy State 74, Stetson 64 UCF 63, Samford 60 MIDWEST Bradley 65, SW MISSoun State45 Cre1ghton61, EVEnsVJ !e 81 Drake64,S llhnos49 lllrno.s State 70, lnd1aoaStale61 N Iowa 87, WicMaState74

SOUTHWEST SMU 58, Nevada 56 Sam Houston State 72, t.amar64 FAR WEST BYU64,UNLV48 New Mexico 70, Wyoming 61 UC R•erstde 73, Cal Poly-SLD 66 UC Santa Barbara84, Cal State-Fullerton 48 Utah 47, San Diego State 45 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTS Metro AUentlc Athletic Flrstround lana 55, Rrdsr 52 Loyola, Md 79, N1agara 67 Southeastern Flrstround Aubum80, Flonda(22)57 Georgia (24)64, Alabema 60 Arkansas 78, MISSISSippi 60 Kentucl<y75, Mtsstssrppi St 72 Southern First round Appalachian Stale 64, Da~dson 63 Coli. of Charfsston 85, ETSU 65 Sun Belt Flrstround Middle Tennessee 90, Lou siana-Lafayette 59 New Mexioo State 56, Ali<. Lillie Rocl<54 New Orleans 51, Arkansas State 47, OT West Coast Ffrstround Peppero'me 68, Gonzaga 64 San Francisco 65, Loyola Marymount63 Santa Clara82, San Diego 52

Big Ten tournament Ffrstround Michigan 83, Illinois 63 M!CHIGAN-Smnh 8·13 8·10 24, Ganey 2-8 2-3 6, Bes 5·7 4·5 14, Ingram 6-16 :3-3 16, Jara 0 0 0-1 0, Pool 4-9 2·2 1o, Hauser·Pnce !).1 {).{) 0, Oesterle 2-8 3-4 8, Mason H 2·2 4 Totals28-81243063 ILL!N0!8-Vana 1·8 8·8 10, Dallas 2·8 2-4 6, Marcauskalle 6·14 H 19, Hunter 2·7 2-4 7, Williams 3·11 0.3 6, Guthrie 2·5 5-6 9, lssen· mann 2-4 0.0 6, Yanni 0 2 o-o 0 Totals 18 59 24·29 63 . Halftime: Michigan, 39 28. 3 point goals-Is senmann 2, Ingram 2, Oesterle, Hunter Fouled out-Dallas, Marcauskai Rebounds-Mrchigan 41 (Smnh 9), llltnors 44 (Dallas 11) Assrs!&Michlgan 21 (Gandy 5), Illinois 10 (Vana 4) To· tal fools-M1ch1gan 20,1111no1s 24 Wisconsin 601 Northwestern 58 NORTHWESTERN-Wrll 3·10 3 4 9, Dolland 2-4 Q.O 4, Kwaskinskr 5-11 0.0 10, McComb 5· 10 4·8 14, Culver 2-3 0·0 6, Walker 0.2 0.0 0, Damels Q-4 0-o 0, Momson 5-6 4-6 15, Zylstra 0.1 0.00. TolaJs22·517·1058. WtSCONSIN-Stomskl 3·14 8-10 12, Seeger 2 6 1·2 5, Ashbaugh 23 3 5 7, Moore 6·9 55 17, Black 3·9 0.0 8, Smtih 2·5 0.() 4, Arch lJ.t 0.00, Gebisa:l-61·27. To!als2t·631fl.2460. Hamrme· Northwestern, 27·26 3-polnt goals-McComb 4, Culver 2, Black 2, Morrison Fouled out-Kawaslnskl Rebounds-Northwestem 27 (Win 5, Morrison 5), Wisconsin 45 {Slomski 8, M90~8) J\SSists:-NQrtbWeS!~m 16 (Morrison 4}, W1scoosm 10 {Moore 6). Total fouls-Northwestern 19, Wisconsin 12. A5,630

TOP25 Vrrgmra 87, Duke (3) 84 Oregon (13)67, Southern Celiomia (19) 65 Stanford (17) 76, Anzone (14) 71 Caliomia (21) 91, Arizona State 80 OHIO XaVier68, LaSalle 53 EAST Bentley 72, Assumption 64 NJ C~ 76, Manha!ta11'o1lle 74 Saint Josephs 91, St Banaventure84 Villanova Of, Syracuse 61 SOUTH Alcorn State 93, Texas Soothem 86 Drllard 55, Moole 52 McNeese Stale 75, Northwestern St 53 Nich~ls State 61, SE Louistana39 Pame 78, Albany, Ga 73 Southern Tech 109, Emmanuel84 Spnng Hi 179, Truladega 61 MIDWEST Lewis 51, Bellarrrune 50 SOUTHWEST Texas A&M Corpus Chilstl96, Savannah State66 Tulsa67,Aice62 FAA WEST Long Beach Stale 86, UC IMne 70 CONFERENCETOURNAIMENTS Atlantic Sun First round Ronda Atlan11c 59, Jacksonvrlle 50 Georgia Stale 82, Belmont 79 JacksonV!HeState 69, Troy State 82 UCF 84, Bamford 74 Big South First round Elan 83, Cha1eston Southern 64 Hrgh Point 72, NC ·Ashev1lle 71 Radlord 61, Coastal Gaiolrna 66 Winthrop 66, Uberty 59 Gulf South First round Valdosta State 95, Herdrng 73 West Ronda 60, Henderson Slate 56 Mid-South First round Cumberiand, Ky. 89, Campbellsvil~ 61 Geargetovm, Ky. 112 Unron, Ky 57 lambU!h 85, Pi<e~lle 77 Southern First round Coil ol Charleston 85, Appalechlan State 61 Furman 65, W. Garo1rna61 The Citadel SO, VMI70 UNG-Greensboro 70, Wofford 41

Top25 VIrginia 87, Duke 84 DUKE-Jones 2-4 2-4 6, Dunleavy 6-17 3-8 15, Boozer 12·13 9·10 33, Duhon 2·6 0·1 5, J.Willrams 413 5-6 14, Horvath 0{) 1-2 1, Ew· rng4-61·210 Totals3Q.5921·31 84 VIRGINIA-Hall 7·15 5-8 21, C.Willlams 6·9 1-2 14, Watson 3·9 6·7 12, Jenner 5·7 0·2 10, Mason 5-10 8·10 22, Brown 0·1 o.o o, Clerk :33 0·2 6, Mathrs H 0.0 2 Totals 30·56 20·29 87 Halftime. Duke, 44 38. 3·poinl goals-Mason 4, Hall 2, C Williams, Ew1ng, Duhon, J.Wtll•ams. Fouled out-Waton, Clark, Janes, Dunleavy, J Wrlltams Rebounds-Vrrginra 34 (Watson 7), Duke 33 (Boozer 10) Ass1Sts-Virg1nra 10 (Janrlsr 6), Duke 14 (J Williams 6). Total tou!s-Virglnla23, Duke 25. A--8,392. Cslifomla 91 1 Arizona stale 80 CALIFORNIA-Sampson 47 1·3 9, Shrpp 6· 9 6·7 18, S.Hughes 2-6 H 5, Legans 4 5 8-8 20, Wethers 1-2 o-o 3, Tam1t 7·18 2·2 18, Diggs H o-o 2, Famulener 0·1 2·2 2, Forehan-Kelly 3·5 2·3 iO, Gates 2·3 0.1 4, Totals 305722 3091. ARIZONA STATE-1\n~hl 1·3 Q.O 2, Smith 10·15 Q.O 22, Prewi!! 6·15 6-7 19, Braxton 2·6 3-4 7, Millage 2·7 1·2 6, Dodd 0·1 2-2 2, S!o· rey 3·5 2·2 8, Crandall 2-6 2·2 8, Osborne 0.0 0·2 o, Redhage 2·3 2-2 6 Totals 28-61 18·23 80 Hal~1me· Anzona State, 39·34 3·pamt goals-lagans 4, Forchan-Kelly 2, Tamrr 2, Smith 2, Crandall 2, Wethers, Prew11t, Millage. Fouled out-Prewitt. Rebounds-Cal 29 (Tam1r 7), Arizona State 39 (Smr!h 10), Assrs!s-Cal iS (Srnpp, Legans 5), Anzona State 21 (Brax· ton 7). Total fouls-Gal 20, Arizona State 24. Technrcals-Mrlla9e, Smith. A-7,712.

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Horizon League tournament, at Chicago: Semlfina!s-!11 ·Chicago vs Detro1t, 7 p m , W1s • Green Bayvs Loyola of Chicago, 9:30pm Metro AtlantiC tournament, at Albany1 NV.: Quarterllnals-St. Pe!e(s vs. Loyola, Md., 12:15 p m, Manhattanvs Mans~2·30pm ;S1enavs.lona, 7pm.. Cantsiusvs Fairlield 9.15pm. PAC 10 tournament, at Eugene, Ore.: First round-Oregon vs. Washington State, 9.30 p m.; UClA vs Calilorn~a, m1dnrght Pe~lot League toumemen~ et Upper Marlboro, Md: Quarterfinals-Holy Cross vs'Lafayefte, noon; American vs. Colgate, 2 30 p.m , Bucknell vs. Navy,5 p m; Lehrgh vs Anny, 7 30 p m SEC tournament, at Nashville, Tenn.: Quartarfinals-Tennessee (3) vs Georgia {24), noon, South Caroltna (12) vs. Arkansas, 215 p.m.; LSUvs Keri1ucl<y,6pm;Vrunderrntt(6)vs Aubum, 8:15pm Southern Conference tournament, at Char· leston, S.C.: Quarterfinals-Georgia Southam vs. Wofford, 11 am ;Chattanoogavs Appa!ach1anState, 1.30 p m., North Carohna·Greensboro vs Coli. of Charleston, 5 p m; Furman vs. Western Carolina, 7:30pm

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Min FG FT Reb A Pts 17 0.3 4-4 0.1 3 4 51 12·20 11-13 :J.i2 6 35 32 7·9 3-6 0.5 2 17 26 1·2 0.0 0.1 5 2 Bowen 23 3-6 2·2 O.i 0 8 CSmtth 34 2·9 2·2 1-6 7 7 Rose 22 7-8 4-4 2·3 0 18 Danrels 34 4-13 1-2 0.2 1 10 Ferry 26 HI 3-3 0.3 1 6 Totels 265 a1-110 3lHI6 6-34 25 107 Percentages: FG .463, FT .833. :J.polnt goals: 3·18, .167 (CSmnh 1-1, Dan10 1s 1-5, Ferry 1-6, Duncan 0.1, S.Smlth 0.1, Bowen 0.1). Team rebounds 12 Blocked ehots-C Smith 2, Robinson Turnovers-Damels 3, Rose 3, Feey 2, Duncan 2, Robinson, S Smith, Bowen StealsFerry 2, Robinson 2, Danrels, S.Smt!h, C.Smt!h. Technical fouls-Bowen, 4'18 lh1rd; Defens1ve !hreesocond,409!htrd

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PHOENIX Min FG FT Reb A Pts Manon 40 10.16 1·2 2·10 2 2t Gug'iotta 38 9·15 0.2 5-14 4 18 Tsakalrdrs :J3 4-9 1·2 5-10 1 9 Marbury 40 10.24 4-4 1-4 7 26 ,)Johnson 26 1-9 0.2 0.1 7 3 Outlaw 18 0.1 0.0 0.2 0 0 Hardaway a2 8·15 2·2 3 5 5 18 Ford 7 0.0 Q.O 0.0 0 0 Mejeria 15 2·3 0.0 0.1 0 6 Palacio 16 :3-9 Q.O 1·2 2 6 Totals 265 47·101 ll-14 17-19 28 107 Percentages: FG 465, FT 571 :J.polnt goals: 5·14, .357 (M~erle2 2, MarburyH J.Johnson 12, HardawayQ-i, Manon o-1, Gugl1otta D-2 Pa!acto o2).Teamrebounds 11 Blockedsho!s-TsakalkJrs 3, Manon. Turnovers-Marbury 3, Hardaway 3, Gugl1o!!a, Marlon, Tsakalidis, Pruaclo, Ford. StealsGugllotta3, Manon 2, Hardaway, PalaCIO

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Andre Miller hit a last-second jumper to force overtime, then scored eight of his career-high 37 points in the extra session last night to rally the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 114-107 win over the San Antonio Spurs in Cleveland. Miller made four free throws and hit two shortjumpers in the final2:27 of overtime as the Cavs won for the seventh time in 10 games. , Jlililler, who played 50 minutes, forced overtime with a three-point basket from the top of the key as time expired, tying it at 101 and capping a frenetic final five minutes when the Cavs made up a nine· point deficit. Lamond Murray added 22 points and Wesley Person had 15 for the Cavs, who trailed 95-86 with 5:31left in regulation. Tim Duncan had 35 points to lead the Spurs, and Malik Rose added 18 on 7-of-8 shooting. David Robinson added 17 points. Suns 107, Pacers 100, OT Stephan Marbury scored 26 points, including nine in the final31.8 seconds of regulation and four in overtime, ashostPhoenixralliedpastlndiana. The Suns trailed 92-83 with 1:12left in the fourth quarter before corning back Heat 100, Knicks 86 With four reserves in the game, Miami sank niri.e straight shots and scored the first 16 points of the foUI.'tl\ quartertorallypastvisitingNewYork Jazz 114, Grizzlies 70 Donyell Marshall scored 20 points and Bryon Russell added 13 on 6-of-8 shooting as Utah beat Memphis in the Jazz's second horne game in February because of the Olympics. NOTES 1111 CAVALIERS- Rookie center DeSagana Diop, coming off his first start of the season, was placed on the injured list by Cleveland with a strained right foot. To take Di~'s spot, the Cavs activated rookie guard Jeff Trepagnier from the i.:Qjured list. Trepagnier was arrested Sunday night outside a Cleveland nightclub for disorclerly conduct and pleaded irmocent yesterday. , , 1111 WIZARDS- NBC dropped two Washington games from its schedule after Michael Jordan was put on the injured list. Th<~ Wizards' game against Orlalldo on Sunday and its game against Boston on March 10 won't be aired nationally. Instead, NBC will show Indiana at Sacramento on Sunday and Toronto at Orlando on March 10.

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SECOND ROUND Ssturday's games-Wis.·Oshkosh (23-5) at St. Thomas, Minn (24·3), Claremont-Mudd· LEWIS & Clark WIMer at MISSISS1pp! College (22·2) , Hope, Mrch. (2HI) at Carthage, (24·1), Gustavus Adolphus, Mrnn (23-4) at Buena Vrsla, Iowa (23·5); Maryville, Tenn. (24· 4) at Washtnglon, Mo (24-1), Wrttenberg, Ohio (26 3) at DePauw, lnd (22 3); lycomrng, Pa. (20,7) at Randolph-Macon, Va. (23·5), Bethany, WVe (21·7) at Otterbein (25·3) Wrllrams, Mass. (22·5) at Rochester, N.Y (21-4), Union, NY (21·7) at Babson, Mass (24-4), W. Con· nec!lcut (21-6) at Amherst, Mass (20 6), Trin r!y, Conn. (19-4) at Brockport .Stale, N.Y. (252); Alvemra, Pa (22·5) et Elrzabeth!own, Pa (25·2), Cabrini, Pa (18·11) at Wrlltam Paterson, NJ (19·9), C~li<, Mass. (21·5) at Slaten Is· land, NY. (22-8); Hampden-Sydney, Va (2:3-5) at Ca!holrc(25-2)

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NEW YORK Min FG FT Reb A Pts Sprewell 40 6-17 8·10 Q.3 a 22 Wea!herspoon 33 4-8 7·7 6-11 1 15 Thomas 30 4-9 0.0 2.£ 0 8 MJacknon 26 2·5 2·2 !l-5 4 8 Houston 40 7-22 1·2 3-5 2 17 Hanington 2t 3-8 H 1·5 0 7 Ward 1t H 0.0 0.0 2 3 Anderson 17 2-4 0.0 1·3 0 4 Kmgh! 11 o-2 0.0 1·2 o 0 Eisley 11 Q.4 2·2 0.0 2 2 Totals 240 29-78 21-27 14-40 14 86 Percentages: FG .372, FT .778. 3-polnt goals: 7·17 .412 (M Jackson 2-l, Sprewo02 5, Houston 2· 7, Ward J.1) Team rebounds 8 Blocked shofsTnomas, Anderson, Hamngton TumoversSpreMII 4, Ward 3, Knight 2, Weatherspoon 2, Thomas, Houston. Steals-Wealherspoon 3, Sprewell, Hamng!on, E'rsley, Knrgh!

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WTA State Farm Classic ArScottsdale,Arlz. Singles: Second round-Barbara Schen (6) del Tina P1smk 4·6, 6-3, 7·5, Jennifer Capnat1 {1) def Ale~andra Stevenson 6-4 64; Francesca Schiavone (7) del. Taliana Panoval.£(5), 1-8,6-2. Doubles: Quarterfinals-Lisa Raymond and Rennaa Stubbs de f. Janet Lee and Wynne Prakusya &0, 6·3; Kimberly Po-Messerli and N1cole Pratt (3) de1 T~a Pisrnkand Katie Schlukabw7-B (3), fl.1.

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AI Fairgrounds Coliseum Today's gemes-Eastmoor Academy (2) vs Buckeye VaJiey, 4 p m, Watterson (5) vs London 5 45 p.m, Unden vs. Mllfltn(6), 7 30 p.m, Beechcroft (7) vs. Gran~lle,9:15 pm. Southeast district At Ohio UniversiTy Geltlpolls GellleAcademy 62, Circleville a9 ClrtleVlOe 8 16 B 7-39 GalltpofrsGalliaAcademy 15 1114 22-02 CIRCLEVILLE-Stewart 6-2·18, Broker 2.()-1, Ut!s 3-2·10, Wilson 2·1·5, Stevens 1·D-2 3-pomt goals-Stewart 4, Utts 2. Tola!s 145-39 GALLIPOLIS GALLIA ACADEMY-Gerger 1·2· 4, McKrnn1s 4·D-12, Johnson 2-o-4, Caldweii2-0-4, Hudson 1·2-4. Finney H-3, Moore12·2·26, Bosse 1-1-3, Shawyer 1-o-2 3-polnt goals-McKmn1s 4 To!als2S8-82. Washing1on C H. 71, Vincent Warren 61 Vincen!Warren 16 10 9 26-61 Washngton CH 22 21 11 17-71 VINCENT WARREN-Moms 4Q.10, Co~ 142, Rffley0-2·2, Coffman 2.Q.4, Erchtnger 4-0.9 J Gum 2·:3-7, B.Gumii-1-12, Ollom 7·1·15 :J.pon! goa!&Morris 2, Eichinger, BGum Totals25·7-81 WASHINGTON C.H.-Pfeier 5-6-18, Smru"'ood 2·2·7,Ac~ey 8·1·17, Caudtll4·2·11, Quigley 1.()·2, Dumlord 1-2-1, Sever 2·:3-7, Sattler 1·2·5. 3·point goals-Pieifer 2, Sattler, Smallwood, Gaud It Totals 24-111-71. DIVISION!D AI Fairgrounds C<llrseum Hartley 44, Pleasant43 Harliey 10 10 1a 11-44 Pleesant 6 15 16 6-43 HARTLEY-Callaway 4.1).10, Bean 4·2·10, Pore 5+14, Sprcer 4.() 8, Neal o-2·2. 3 pornt goalsCallaway 2. Totals 17-8-44. PLEASANT-Freeman 1 0.2, Rtdge 2·7-H, Jeffenes6-1-13, Wrthrow2-2-6, Bennett 1-o-2, Walt 2.0-<l, Hrlshire 1-2-4 3-poin!goaf...Wall Totals 15· 12-43 Amanda-Ciearcreek 79, Canal Winchester67 Amanda.Ctearcreek 19 19 16 25-79 CanaiWinchester 22 20 14 11-67 AMANDA.CLEARCREEK-Anderson 8·7·27, Rollins 12·2·26, Kraft3-1·7, Hnton 3-1-8, Zawacki40.11. :3-pornt goals-Anderson 4, ZawacW 3, Hrnlon To!als30-11·79 CANAL W!NCHESTER-Grllrland 11-2·27, Skiver 9-2·20, Troutmanli-2·16, Stoo~ 1.!).2, Barirer 1 CJ.2 3--pontgoals-Gfffiland3, Troutman2 Totals 28-5-67. Saturday's games-Bloom-Carroll (4) vs Northndge (5), 10:15 am; Jonathan Alder (6) vs Reaey (2), noon DMSIONIV Ar Dublin Scioto Wednesday's results-Tree of L1fe 66, World Hruvest47, Wellmgton 66, Delaware Chnstian 61 At Fs1rgrounds COliSeum Tuesday's gemes-Cen'ertmrg (1) vs Berne Unron (8), 615 p.m., Tree of Lie (5) vs. Well ng!on (4),8p.m Wednesday, Merch 6-Worthrngton Chrtstan (3) vs. Ridgedale (6), 6.15p.m, Fisher Catholic (2) vs Fredellcl<!own [1), 8 p.m AROUND OHIO Division I C1oonnat1la Sal'e 81, Cincmnati NW S1 C1ncrnnati Oak Hills 45, Ml Hea!thy44 Dayton Col Whle 81, Dayton S!ebbrns58 Lebanon 63, CinCinnati Walnut Hills 59 Loveland 62, Kings Mitts Kings 2a SpnngfieldS n,HuberH~ Wayne 59 Trohv~Mad1son6B, Dayton Carroll 60 Xenra51,Troy40 Division !II Sugarcreek Garaway68, Coshocton 25 Division IV Beritn Hrlrund 42, Torooto 35 Newbury 87, Cle Be!Sefer Fuchs Mizracllt 15

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160: First round-John Konyesnl (Lakewood St. Edward) dec. Kyle Durban (Hilliard Davidson) 14-9; Don Srock (Wadsworth) pinned Dan Malinowsl<i(Cin. Sl Xa~er) 6:23, OT: Tristan Munrey (New Carlisle Tecumseh) dec. Jason Berns (Uniontown Lake) 10-4; Josh Johnson (fol. W~le) dec. Nale Hough·Snee (Mentor) 9-6; Bryan Gray (Youngs. Auslintown·Frtch) dec. Joe Gacld {Hami!lon) 2-1; Dylan Shamakian (Maylield Village Mayfield) dec. Wade Morris (foledo Rogers) 7-4; Kevin Ryan ($1rongsville)·dec. Joslin Ferguson (Pickerington) 6·5; Mike Grogan (North Canton Hoover) dec. Tom Home (Wilmington) 4·3. Consola1ion~a!inowski dec. Durban 5·3; Hough· Snee dec. Bems 5-4, OT; Morris maj. dec. Gadd 14-6; Ferguson dec. Home 11-7.

· 1. Lakewood St. Edward 30~ 2. Mayfield Vilage Mayfield and Wadsworth 18; 4. Massillon Perry 16:\; 5. Solon t5:\; 6. Pickerington 13~; 7. Uberty Township lakotaEas112; 8. Sidney 1t; 9. Dayton Carroll10%; 10. North Canton Hoover 9~ 11. Brunsv.;cl< and Strongs~lle 9; t3. West Chester lakota Westa'h; 14. \IlMehouse Anlliony Wayne 8; 15. Canton GlenOak and Fairfield 7; 17. Cincinnati Moal!er, Cleveland St. Ignatius, East Uverpool, Harrison and Westlend 6; 22. Ashland, Centervil!ei, Cincinnati Elder, Cincinnati St. Xavier, Hamitton, Marysville, Toledo Central Catholic and Youngstown Boardman 5; 30. Uniontown Laks 4%; 31. Berea, Chfillcothe, Garlield He~hls, Hilliard Davidson, Kettering Fairmont, Olentangy, Madison, Maple Heights, Mentor, New Carlisle Tecumseh, North RoyaUon, Painesville Riverside, Parma Normandy, To~do Wale and Westerville North 4; 46. Groveport 3'k; 47. Cleveland Heights, Geneva, Massillon Jacl<son, Trffin Calumb~. Toledo Whitmer, Upper Arlington, Vandalia Butler and Youngstovm Austintown-Frtch3; 55. Amherst Steele, Cincinnati Prir1ceton, Cincinnati Sycamore, Cuyahoga Falls, Delaware, Fremont; lorain Southview, Macedonia Nordonia, Miamisburg, Shaker Heights, Toledo Rogers, Toledo St. Francis and Willoughby So111h 2; 68. Clayton Northmonl, Cleveland John F. Kennedy, St. Charles, Lebanon, Marion Harding, Mason, Perrysburg, Westervllle South, Wooster and Worthington Kilbourne 1.

17t: First round-Tony Parker (Fal~eld) dec. John Rudell (Worthington Kllboume)11J-5; Adam Vance (Berea) pinned Eric Do up (Moun! Vernon) 1:52; Brian Cesear (Amherst Steelo) dec. Leo Hoerig (T~in Calumbian) 4·2; Mall Kallal (Wadsworth) pinned Jeb Fnend (Piqua) 1:23; Andrew Legg (Fremont Ross) dec. O.J. Delande (Willoughby South) 11J-3; Nell Rausch (Marysville) maj. deo Ryan Sacksteder (Harrison) 12-4; Chris Green (East Uverpoon dec. Dan Whla (West Csr· rollton) 12·7; J.R. Falnnan (Ma~ield Vii'age Maytia~) maj. dec, Eric Spence (Upper Arlington) 13·3. Consolations-Audell deo Doup 10-4; Hoerig pinned Friend 4:33; Sacksteder pinned Delande4:28; Spence p'nnedWhle 3:39.

Individual results 103: Arst round-Dave Federico (WHioughby South) dec. Nick Wiley (Massillon Perry) 8·1: Eric Wanner (Oientangy) dec. N<l< KostoH (Vandalia Buller) 7-4; Mark Methis (Cin. Princelon) dec. Caleb Metcalf (WhilehouseAnlhonyWayne) t1-7;K~e Shackle (North Canton Hoover) dec. Jordan Brown (Solon) 8·5: Brent Goode ({ln. Moeller) doc. Steve Hittner (fol. St. John's) 9-2; Ty Anlliony (Canlon GlenOak) dec. Jayr1 Hunt (Cie. John F. Kennedy) 5-2; Dan Mttclleff (Lorain So111h~ew) dec. Adam Rogers (Uniontown lake) 11J-5; Tony Iovine (Pickertnglon) tech. tall Paul Mclean (Cin. Sl Xa~er) 15-0. Consolations-WIIoy dec. Kostoff 3·2: Metcall pinned Brooo4:56; Hunt dec. Hiltner 9-4; Rogers tech. tall McLean 19-2. 112: First round-Brandon Luce (Sidney) maj. deo. Anron Jonhenry (Berea) 20·7; Dellas Hucle (Marysville) dec. Simon Zychovncz (Perrysburg) 2·1: Ryan Riggs (Massillon Perry) dec. James Scllul~r (foledo Cantral Calhol~)5-4: Albert Madsen (lakewood Sl. EdWard) pinned Dustin Center (Mason)4:24; Josh Home (Pickerlnglon) dec. Dave Manoogian (Greensburg Green) 3·2: Ben Watson (Kettering Fairmont) dec. Joe Womofl (Gartield He~hts) 6-3; Chuck Pedro (North RoyaUon) pinned Matt Shields (Clayton Northmont) 6:57, OT; Tom Clka (Brunswick) dec. Jake Hertzfeld (WhiehouseAnthony Wayne) 9-4. Consafntlons-Zychowicz dec. Jonhenry 5-3; Center deo. Schuller 7-5; Womoff dec. Manoogian 9-4; Shields deo. Hertzleld 5-2. 119: First round-Jason Johnslone (Massillon Perry) pinned Mall Neal (Wesl Chester Lakota West) 4:57; Mark Bugara (Garfield Heights) maj. dec. Chris Mills(Oientangy)12-4; Frank Passafiume (Strongs~lle) maj. dec. Devld DuHon (Pickerington) 18-8; Mere Alban (Kettering Fairmont) dec. Greg Roberts (Brunsv.;ck) 1~; Paul Jang (Westerville North) dec. Paul Felon (Elyria) 5-4; Michael D~s (Westland) dec. Roger Hahn (Fairfield) 9-5; DaVid Candy (Gin. Moeller) dec. Tony Slel'alo (Youngs. Boardman) 3-2; Mark Moos ·(lakewood St. Edward) pinned Asron Joseph (H~~d Springlield)3:t7. COnsoletlons--MIIIs maj. dec. Nee! 18-9; Roberts dec. Dutton &3; Hahn dec. Felton 8·7; Stellato dec. Joseph 4-2.

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Pickerington's Adam Davis gets tossed during his 11-3 first-round loss to Jerrod Rundle of Brunswick. For more, please see the Division I notebook on Page D9. 125: Firs! round-Cha~ie Agozzino (lakewood St. Edward) deo Mck McCoy (Cin. Elder) 7-4; Elliot Bilrger · (Canton GlenOak) dec. Pal Brown (Dublin Scioto) 1614; Zach Meissner (Massillon Jackson) maj. dec. Krls Slofz(WestervllloSoulh) 11Hi; De~ Clemens (Dayton Carroll) dec. BiH Spearing (Parma Normandy) &4; T.J. Enright (Westland) pinned Vince McKinney (HIIIIerd Devldson) 0:30; Tim Sizemore (Lroerty Township la· kola East pined Mike Jones (Mentor) 3:19; Bryan Brulport (Sidney) pinned Jayson Caok (Lorain Adrroral King) 3:01; Kevin Rieman (Delaware) deo Joo Mu•ay (Youngstown Austintown-Fitch) 5·2. Consolat!onsMcGoydac. Brown 6-0; Stotz dec. Spealing 9-7; Jones pinned McKinney 1:40, Muoay dec. Caok 9-8. 130: Firs! round-Ryan lang (lak01;ood St. Edward) tech. fall Trevls Hess (Moun! Vernon) t7·2; EIUott Spence (Cincinnati Elder) pinned Jon Buller (UnionloiWl lake)5:59;Ryan Wilson (Canterville) plrtf)ed James Lomas (Lodi CloverleaQ 4:32; Vince Glolella (Solon) dec. Dan Mundrick (Whitehouse Anlltilny Wayne) 12·9: Tommy Cunningham (Groveport) tech. taU Chad Linz {Gin. St. Xavier) 17·1; Eric lalda (Palnes~lle Riverside) pinned Antonio Ramirez (To~Hdo Walle) 0:28; Brad Whtte (Strongs~lle) dec. Kyle Hmhen (Perrysburg) 2-t; Zach Flaka (West Chester La~pla West) dec. Scott Whittaker (Macedonia Nordonla) P-5. Consolations-Butler maj. dec. Hess 17·7; Munflrick dec. Lomas 15-12; Ramirez dec. U:ii 4-2, OT; Whltlil<er dec. Hreben 7-4.

135: First round-Tim Miller {Wadsworth) pinned Antonio Guerra [foledo Wale) 5:59; Adam Cheh (Solon) pinned David WoW (Clayton Northmont) 2:43; Stephen Watery (West Chesler lakota Wesl) dec. Ryan Allen (Sirong~lle) 8-4; Sieve Luke (Massillon Perry) lech.lall Jason Samples (Merion Harding) 17.0; Daniel Mason· Straus {Cincinati Sycamore} dec. Kevin Pielropinlo (Mayfield Village Mayfield) 6-0; Matt Frederickson (Whitehouse Anthony Wayne) dec. Chris Tabor (Madison) 7-6; Nick Uhas (Hilliard Davidson) dec. Jeff Nastell (Canton GlenOak) 9-8; Chris Vondruska (lakewood St. Edward) tecll. Ia!! Micah Meupin (Gin. Glen Esle) 22-4. Cansolalfons-<luerra dec. Woll5-4; Allen maj. dec. Samples B-0; Pie!ropinto dec:. Tabor .}3, OT; Nasteft pinned Maupin 0:43.

t45: First round-Justin Sha:l<ey (Miamisburg) dec Russ Tischer (Cia. St. Ignatius) 9-7, OT;Tra~s Kovacn (Massillon Perry) maj. dec. Rob Moore (Thomas Worthington) 12.0; Jerrod Rundle (Brunswick) maj dec. Adam Davis (Pickerington) 1t;J;Joe Pllug(Maple Heights) pinned Olajawon Butler (Cin. Mount Healthy) 3:58; Nick Verdi (Madison) dec. Ben Uhrlg,(Dublln Sclolo) 8-3; Bryan Wolff (lakewood St. Edward) dec. Michael Sanchez (Dayton Carroll) 7-6; Deonle Penn (Solon) pinned Vinca Mauro (Cenl~lle) 3:42; Adam Melton {Wadsworth) dec. Jacob Schutter (Toledo Cen· tral Catt1olic} 6-4, OT. Consolation-Tischer pinned Moors 2:09; Davis pinned Buller 2:40: Sanchez dec. Uhrig Il-l; Mauro dec. Sclluller 4·3.

140: First round-Jason McGee (Cuyahoga Falls) dec. Dan Jonhenry (Beree) 7-1; ·oavld Wilson (Weslervllle North) dec. Nate Busick (Lebanon) 6·5; Mike Baria (Gin. Moeller) dec. Brad Marzec (faledo St Francis) 9-4; Mike Pierce (La\ewood St. Edward) tech. !all Kyle Harper (North Canton Hoover) 15.0; Mall Mcintire (West Chester lakota West) lech. tall Chns Cramer {Holland Springfield) 23-8; Mike Walters (Massillon Perry) dec. Torr Clark (Solon) 5-3, OT; Chance Alley (Wadsworth) pinned Randy Buchanan (Penna) 0:59; Randy Carver (Cin. SL Xa~er) dec. Andy Krieg (Ashland) 4-2. Cansotatlon-Busick dec. Jonhenry 3-1; Herportech. fall Marzec 16.0; Clark maj. dec. Cramer 1~2; Krieg pinned Buchanan 1:01.

152: Firs! round-Jake Kuhner(Pickenngton) dec. Max Dsan (Wesl Chester lakota West) 6-4; Tim Scari (lakewood SL Edward) dec. Dan Herch<l< (Hudson) 5· 2; Mark Holztrager (Panna Normandy) pinned Ertc Chine (Youngstown Austintown·F~ch) 2:39; Joe Gadson (Fairfreld) dec. Dan Gurney [foledo Whlmer) t0-4; Vinny DiGiovaoni (Solan) tech. fall Bob Whle (Madison) t7·2; DanGallagher(Cin. St Xa~er) dec. Adam Huddle (Marion Harding)-4-4, OT; Ryan Rhodes (Toledo Cenlral Catholic) dec. ian Emmons (Hamriton) 7-5; Mike Ward (Mayfield Village Mayfield) pinned Chuck Homer (Uniontown lake) 3:53. Consolations-Dean dec. Herchick 5·2; Gurney pinned Chine 1:37; White over Huddle defauH; Emmons dec Homer 8-4.

Deubel (Chagrin Falls Kenston) plnned Ryan Morgan (OoSales) t :42; Ty KloHa (Lewistown Indian L~ke) pinned Andrew Perez (Vermilion) 5:16. Consolaliallfi-'1. St. Paris Greham 28; 2. Cuyahoga Falls Wa~h Lashaway dec. Carrollton 8·1; Selover maj. dec.l\;~hn Jesul25; 3. DeSales 24; 4. Ai<rcl1 St. Vincent-St. Mary 13-2; Sponselklrmaj. dec. Gilsdo~ tll-2; Perezm~.dac. 231.; 5. Hamlllon Township t3;8. Chagrin Falo Kenston Morgan 19·5. 12; 7. Oak Harbor 11; 8. Perna Padua tOY>; 9. Mentor lake Calhol~ 10; 10. Medina Buckeye 91>; 11. Carroltto~ 125: First round-Mark Budd (O~IIe) dec. Kyle Olnisled Falls and Uhnchsvilo Claymont8; t4. Canton Sheehan (PannaHe~ts Hcly Name) 8-2; T~erSd1laler -South, Dayton Chaminatfa.Jufrenne and Lisbon Beaver (SL Paris Graham) dec. Cady Apperson (McCannell~lle · 7; 17. Batavia Clermont Northeastern, Bellevue, Minerva, Morgan)6-2; Frank Brown (DaSales)dec.John Kmmer Twinsburg, Wapakoneta and Watkins Memorfal6; 23. (Franklin) 5-3; Mike Pucillo (Cuyahoga Falls Walsh . Sandusky Perkins 5:\; 24. Cleveland Benedictine, Jesuit) pinned T.C. Holtman (Clyde) 4:34; Cedy M!Oiam Maumee, Pemberville Eastwood and Vermilion 5; 28. (Dayton Chaminade.Jufienne) tech. fall Ryan Tumbull Thom~lle Sheridan 41>; 29. Ashtabu~ Edgewood, Bela! '_We?tBranch,.~~mbrid~e, Cieve}~d.EastJ, 0)!is\O!i,n o..,-.(A,aYland_Buck.eye) .1,tl;.9~_Briao fE§!..(Cbagrin r;pl!s Kenston).dsc.,Domla:c I.OC!iO!llil (Oak' Harbor) 1<-6; Indian J.Ske;· l!Gxlngton,- Millers'Curg-:Wost"Holmes-.~ Colby Turc:he!ta {TWinsburg) dec. Brad Russell (V,an Monroe Lemon·Monroe and Van Wert 4; 38. Akron Wert) 1D-3: Theo Dotson (Hamilton Township) dec. Kenmore 3~: 39. Akron Springfield, ~liance, Fran~in, Za~h Hickman (Kettering Alter) 14·7. ConsolationsGreenfield McClain, Hillsboro, Licking Valley 3; Sheehan dec. Apperson !Hi; Holfmim dec. Kremer·5·2: Painesvi!le Harvey, Ravenna Southeast and Rayland Locholzki deo. Tumbull1().8; Russell dec. flicl<man 7-3. Buckeye Local 3; 48. Bay Village Bay, Bellbrook, Bellefontaine, Cincinnati Rnneytown, Cincinnati Purcell 130: First round-Anthony Constantino (Mentor Marian, Clyde, Fostoria, Gal~on, Germantown Valley lake Gatholic) tech. fall John Leas (\Vintersville Indian View, Jamestown Greeneview, Miami Trace, Orrville, Creek) 17-t; Rush Williams (Olmsted Falls) maj. dec. Parma Height Holy Name, St. Bernard Roger Bacon, Zach Kanta (Hamilton Ross) 1IJ-2; Trey Vince (Upper University School, Upper Sandusky, Ulloa, WeJSaw Sandusky) dec. Erin Robinson (Bellbrook) 5-3; Aaron River View and West Mitton Mlfton-Union 2; fit. Aurora. Martin (Walkins Memorial) pinned Chris Huney Camden Preble Shawnee, GanaJ Fulton Northwest, Do(Chagrin Falls Kenston) 0:30; Tim Hanis011 (Dayton .ver, Hamilton Ro.ss. New Lexinglon, New Philadelphia, Chaminade-Julienne) tech. fall Erich Holmes {Cie. Sl Oairsville and Zane~lle Mays~lkl1. Benedict~e) 19-4; Man Gulosh (Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesutt) pin Jared Hoppel (Usbon Beaver) 5:19; Jennaln Individual results Thompson (Akron Kenmore) tech.laU Chris Plzzurro (DaSales) 17-1; Kua Gross (Perna Padua) pined Dustin '103: First round-Jim Laugh!~ (Canton So111h) tecil. Hamilton Township's Brandon Jones, left; tries to get control Hawk (New Lexington) 3:04. Consolations-Kanlo dec. fall Brad Sheerer (Hamilton Ross) 17-2; Terry Jackson Creech of Eaton in a first-round match. Leas 11l-5; Hurteydec. Robinson to.a: Holmes dec. Hop(Uhrichs~lle Claymont) dec. Sieve LaScala (Panna pe 2·1; Hawk dec. Pizzurro 11J-6. Padua) 2-0; Mike Compton (Willard) advanced with e bye; David Bowers (Miami Trace) dec. Geoff Protz 135: Arst round-PatSy Razzano (DeSales) plt:ned · Kyle Hannon (Bata~a CklmtNortheestem) deo. Brice (Minerva) maj. dec. Zac Fuller (New Richmond) 22·9 (West Gaauga) 14-7; Keith Kline (Oak Harbor) doc. Eric Henry (Ravenna Southeast) 2:47; Jason Aou.sh Westhaven (Panna Heights Holy Name) 7-5, OT; Paul Paul Bergmen (Oak Harbor) dec. David Berlolino Adam Plzzurro (DeSales) 2·1; RoryMcCahan (Akron {Van Wer1) maj. dec. Jon Washington {Thor(MIIe Hammond (Hamlllon Township) dec. Josh Ging (Ra~and Buckeye) 5-4; Aaron MDier (Wapakoneta) dec St.V'mcent-61. Mary) maj. dec. Geoff Niswonger (Day. Shandan) 13·5; Kyle ·Holier (Medina Buckeye) tJec. · (Chagrin Falls Kenston) 2·1: Kent Smith (Pemberville Delbert Dll<on (Millersburg West Holmes) 5.0; Raben Cherninade-Julienne) 14-5; N~ Albaugh (Minerva) maj. Micllael McSorley (frenton Edgewood) 13-7; Chad Eastwood) dec. Joe Walton (Da)1on Chaminade-JuZugg (Hillsboro) maj. dec. Ty~r Turchin (Norton) t4-2. dec .. Clem Artrnann (Hil~boro) 10.0; Ryan Smith Turchetla (Twinsburg) dec, Kasey Kllng!msmlth lienne) 4-3; Brandon Shriner (Thom~lle Sheridan) deo Consolations-Capon! dec. Carpenlar 9-7 OT. (Oim5ted Falls) pinned Greg Joseph (Zanes~lle (licking Valley) 5-4; Aaron Gomoll (Bay Village @sy) Paul Adkins (Olmsted Falls) 15·12; Jeremy Shaw (Usbon Mu!!enger maj. dec. Apperson 14-3; Bertolino pinned Maysville) 1:01. Consolatlons-LaSca!a tech. fail dec. Jordan Spohn (New lexington) 8·5: Jon Varner Seaver) dec. Russell Dolce {Mentor Lake Catholic) 8-6, Fuller3·55; Dixon dec. Turchin 9-2. Shearer 15.(); Protz advanced..;~ abye; Plzzurrodec. (Usbon Beaver) dec. Sco~ Ne.., (Akron St. Vince1•t·Sl OT. Consolations--Meyers dec. Vaughn 10-4: Nl<wonger 7-5 OT; Joseph dec. Artmann 8-5. Mary) 10.9; Drew Miller (Carrollton) dec. Mike Napalo · Weathovendeo.Aubihi!HI; Gingdeo. Walton:J-1: Adkins 17t: First round-Joey Dennis (St. Pans Graham) tech lall Anthony Baldort1 (louisvill!) 16-0; Dina (Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuil) 7-2; C.P. Schlallef (St. dec. Dolce 9·3. 112: First round-Brandon Kissinger (Medina Pans Graham) tech. !all Bob Blackburn (Clyde) 1fi.O. Razzano (DeSeles) pinned Joe Bergman (Oak Harborj Bucl<eya) dec. Chris Horne (Aurore)5-4; Nate Browning Consolations-Henry dec. Wasl11ngton 9-6; Klln· 152: First round-Tun Maxworthy (Medina Buckeye) 1:41; Lucas Greve (Uhnchs~lle Clal"f'lnl) pinned Dan (Bellbrook) dec. Randy Scurry (London) 9-8; Dave gensmllh pinned McSortey 4:30; Nelson maj (lac. tech. fall Cy Banavsky (Richmond Edison) t7-1; Andy Rogers (Clyde) 0:43: John Lowery !Cuyahoga Falls Jen~ns (Carrollton) pinned Mall Fren~in (Fren~in) 2:33; Spohn 12-4; Blackburn dec. Napalo 4-3. Lowther (Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit) deo Ryan WalshJesui) dee. Chns Shonk(Thormlle Shandan) 11J. Jorrlsn LaFollette (Akron Springlield) maj. dec. Quenton Rhoades (llellelontelne) 3-3; John Slattery (Mentor lake 7; Jason Hackett (Hamilton Township) pinned Justin Smtth (Belovue) 11J-1; Dave Penny (West M.iton M.iton140: Arstround-Joe Loveii(DeSsles)dec. Barney Catholic) loch. fall Sean Chnslansen (Springfield Schutte (Maumee) 4:43: Ron Howard (Cin. Finneytown) Union) dec. T~er Reichman (Uhnch~lle Claymont) 12· Rumpke (Camden Preble Shawnee) 9-4; Justin Dl1;key Greenon) 21J-2; Geoff Hoehn (Wapakaneia) dec. Steve dec. Brett Linzey {Revenna SoUlheaSt) 11-4; Daniel 5; Danny Sandy (Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit) pinned (Ashlabula Edgewood) pinned Alex Sh~ (Fostoria) 2:41; Goans {Millersburg West Holmes) 9·2; Justin Busnick Walls (Franklin) dsc. Demone Pryor (AI<ron SL VIncent· Matt Rabung (North Ridgeville) 5:15; Jeff Schmidt . Dave Gamer (Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuil) dec. Dan (Canton SoUih) tech. tall Mike Wilhelm (North Bend SL Mary) 5-3; Matt Jacobs (Bellevue) dec. Adam Whtt· (Sandusky Perkins) dec. Tony Naso (Canal Fulton Jarrett (Bellevue) g.2; Kalen Knull (St Paris Grahnm) Ta~or) t5-0; Troy Deering (Sandusky Perkins) lech. fall lach (Dover) 5·2. Consolallons-Sergman maj. dec. Northwest) 13-9; Dustin Schlatter (St Paris Graham) maj. dec. Ryan Phillips (Dover) 14-4; Vince Rand<IZZO Todd Marsh (Uhnchs~lle Claymont) 17·2; Luis Galvan Batdort1 8-0; Shonk tech. fall Roge• 19·3: Schule pinned Ben Cain (Byes~lle Meadowbrook) 0:40. Conso(Penna Padua) dec. Chrts Tripp (Universly Scllool) 10(Cte. Benedictine) ooc. Robbie Pack (Hamilton pinned Unzsy 2:31: Whruach dec. PryorH latlons-!lomedec. Sourry7-1; Smtth over Franklnfor· 7; Justin Sm!h (Carrollon) dec. Matt Couch (Tipp City Township) 4-3; Mike Berquist (fv.;nsburg) dec. David let Reicllman dec. Rabung 5.(); Nasodec. Cakl 8{). Tippecanoe) ~-4; Dustin Walker (Utica) dec. lien Ervnn (SL Paris Grehem) 8·7. Consolatlons-Rhoades 189: Firs! round-Jesse Sydebo~am (Hamilton Westbrook (V'mcentWarren) 7-o; Mi<e Hurtey (Akron St maj. dec. Banovsky 12-4; Goans dec. Christensen 1D-B Township) maj. dec.' David Snowden(Franklin) 15-4; 119: Flrst.rounci-Adam BU2ek(Akron St. Vincenl· Vincent Sl. Mary) teen. fall Sieve Krawcl)k (Mo~lna Anion Nannsky (Chagrin Falls Kenshn) pinned Dele OT: M&~h deo. Wilhelm 11).3; Erwin m~. dec. Pack 1t· StMary) maj. dec. Charles Trawins~ (Carroliton) 11·2; Bucl<eye) 21J-3. Consoledons-Rumpko dec. Shill U· t, Sergent (Vermilion) 5:02; Dan Salupo(Parrna Padua) 0. Jorge Canger (Greenfield McClain) maj. dec. Drew OT; Jarrett dec. Phillips 8-4; Tripp maj. dec. Caucl11 H; dec. Matt Tantan (Conneaut) 3-2; JaSJn Marshall (St. lashaway {Pembervilie Eastwood) 174; Cameron Krewczyk dec. Westbrook 5-4. . 160: Firs! round-Ryan Knepp (DeSales) pinned Paris Graham) de<:. Adam Snyder (SI. Oairsville) 9-5;JD Doggett (St. Pans Grahem) dec. Jared Selover Jeremy Carpenter (Maumee) 2:33; Joe Hoke (St Pans Bergman (Oak Harbor) dec. Chris Bliley (Cuyahoga (Wapakoneta) 8-3; Billy Vaughan (We1klns MemorleQ 145: First round-Bryce Merkey (St. Paris Grnltrun) Greham) maj. deo Rocco Caponi (Akron Sl Vinceni·Sl Falls Walsh Jesutt)8·1; Ke~nMcFartard(WarsawRiver maj. dec. Chad Kahn (Cie. Orange) t3·2; Jerett lacure rna). dec, Bredlsy Meyers (Medina Buckeye) 11-2; Chris Mary) 12·3; Soott Marhofer (Cuyahoga Falls Walsh View) dec. Andrew Banfield (Thomvjl) Sheridan) 8-7; (JamestownGreeneview) dec. Uel Gisdod (Maumee) 6SUidme (Ravenna SE) dec. Scott Vaughn (MIIIertburg Jesutt) pinned Pal Mullenger (SI. Bemsrd Roger Bacon) Dan Brown (DeSeles) dec. Mike Holcomb (New 0; Josh Zupancic (Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesutt) dec. West Holmes) 9-4; Ryan Hurley (Akron St. V10cent·SI. 5:23; Matt Glaeser (Cie. Benedicline) dec. Casey Richmond)4-2;Jared Villers (AkronSI. i'mcent·SL Mary) Clint Sponseller (Miiarsburg West Holmes) 5-4; Ricl<y Mary) tech. fall Devid Aubihl (New Philadelphia) 21-4; Apperson (McConnelsville Morgan) 6-4; Chris Hahn tech.laiiJ.T. Benlllltt(Fostorta) 17·2.Consolations-

1B9; First round-Chris Horton (Pickerington} dec. Lucas Grlmee (Marysville) 5-2; NickTerbay (Cayton Cerroll) tecll. fell Matthew Edwsrds (Cleveland Heights) t5.(); Curtis Rouse (Fairfield) dec. Sieve Dominick (Euclid) 11-5; Bryan Kmetz (Brunswick) maj. dec. Andrew Rickman (Delaware) 8.0; Tom Pfister (New Carlisle Tecumseh) dec. Kevin Quinn (Lakewood Sl. Edward) 4·1: Zach Andy (Ashland) dec. Jason Trusnik (Macedonia Nordonia) 5·2; M1ke Galbrait1 (Whitehouse Anthony Wayne) dec. Sam Carmony (Woosler) 3·2: Hetag Pliev {Uberty Township Lakota East) pinned Claude Brown '(East Cleveland Shaw) 0:59. Con· soletlons-Edwards dec. Grimes 5-3; Dominick dec. Rlckmen 3-1; Trusnik dec. Quinn 6-2; Carmony dec. Brown to.a, OT.

215: First round-Josh Stansbury (East t.•erpool) pinned Chris Wessel (Cin. Moeller) 4:52; Mall Koz (Lakewood St. Edward} pinned John Lenix {Toledo Canlral Catholic) 3:07; Nick Nigem [foledo St. Francis) dec. Chip Kubiak (Cie. St. Ignatius) 7-3; Pat Barrantine (Dayton Canol!) pinned Ryan Kershaw (Madison) 1:10; Matt Delguyd (Maylield Village MaylieW) pinned Matt Meyers (Mansfield Madison) 3:40; Brad Williams (Uberty Township Lakala East) dec. J.T. Espinosa (Messillon Perry)4·3; Dsrek Ankney (Sidney) pinned Mark Warren (St. Charles) t:17; Thomas Smith (Cia. Heights) dec. Andrew Adems (Dublin Sclolo) 2-t, · OT. Consoletlons-Lenix pinned Wessel 1:52; Kubiak pinned Kershaw 3·54; Espinosa dec. Meyers 9-2; Warren dec. Adams &-1. 275: First round-Adam Hines (Vandalia Butler) maj. dec. Reed Silcott (Oienlangy) t2·1; Hassan Adebesin (Shaker Heightst dec. Slephen Bnnon (Geneva) 7-2; A.J. Cousins (Chillicothe) pinned Ray Rowe (C~. Sl.lgnatius)4:3t; Christian Knight(Hamitton) pinned Bill Beochum (Marion Harding) 1:07; Derrick Bendeu (Mayfield Village Mayfield) pinned Jason Cook (North Canton Hoover) 1:12; Tony Johnson (Uberty Township Lakota East) dec. Br!a'n Williams (Pickerington) 9-6; Kirk Nail (Hilliard Davidson) dec. WesleyTa~or (Harrison) 9-6; Steve Vallas (Youngstown Boa~dman) p1nned Sean Cybulski (Mentor) 5:14. ConsolaUons-Britlon pinned Silcott 2:13; Beechum dec. Rowe 7-6; Cook pinned Williams 1:38; Taylor pinned Cybulski 2:45.

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during his 7-1 win over Ryan

Sergent pinned Snowden 1:41; Snyder dec. Tantan 8·7, OT; Bailey dec. Banlield 13-8; Bennatt deo Holcomb 9· 4.

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Kevin Petrella of Hartley debuted in the state tournament with a 16-6 win over Jason Ross of Attica Seneca East.

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Petrella following his dad to the mat By Scott Priestle Dispatch Sports Reporter

Saturday. And he is first and foremost a wrestler. "I really like it," he said. "When Paul Petrella did not pressure you're on the mat, you're one-onhis son to follow in his wrestling one. You can't blame anyone else. footsteps. But once Kevin Petrella It's all you." got involved in the sport, Paul got The same could be said of Hartinvolved With him. ley's wrestling ·team, The Hawks "One hundred percent in- had seven district qualifiers in volved," Hartley coach David Paige 2001, but six graduated. Fortunatesaid. "This has to be killing him, not ly for Petrella, some of the six rebeing here." turned to work out With him, and Well, maybe not. While Kevin Paul Petrella joined the coaching Petrella was winning his opening- staff. round match at the Division III Mike Goggins - Hartley's last state tournament yesterday, Paul state qualifier, in 2000 - Joe Bolwas· in St. Ann's Hospital .\'or the ing and Justin Coleman all have birth of his twin sons. drilled with Petrella during the seaKevin understood his father's son. absence, and his stepmoth~r Bar"Somebody had to make sure he bara probably appreciated it After didn't get a big head," Boling said all, there will be no second ~hance Vl{ith a laugh. to Witness the birth of the twins, Petrella's arms and legs swelled, but there figure to be pknty of though. He bulked up in the offchances to watch Kevin >m-estle season, helping him avoid getting again. He will wrestle at lelli>t twice muscled to the mat. And he worked today and, With more perfo:rmanc- repeatedly on his takedowns, to the es like yesterday, perhaps once Sat- point that it is now his strong suit. urday. He is 38-3 on the season, after "Nobody can beat him on his going 33-7 and failing to qualify for feet," Paige said. the state meet last season. Petrella had four takedowns and "I feel lil<e I can hang with any four back points in beating Jason~ guy out here/' Petrella said. Ross of Attica Seneca East 16-6 at He will take on David Gilkey of 160pounds. Perry in the quarterfinals this mornHe wasted no time takin:g Ross ing, andAJ. Aeschlimann ofMassillon to the mat, showing no signs: of the Tuslaw - the only returning state · first-match-jitters :he·saidohe ielt. Or ·.,placerirt:the·field .and·the projected~ · of his relative inexperience. champion~ loo:mS in the semifinals. Paul Petrella was a Division III But Petrella could have his father All-American at Baldwin-Wallace, back in his corner for those matches. but Kevin preferred baseball and The tough one is over. football as a kid. He did not take up "That took a lot of pressure off," wrestling until the fifth grade. he said of winning the opener. "And I got killed," he said. "I "When I walked out there, it was didn't win a match." kind of intimidating. You feel like So he didn't wrestle again until everyone is watching you. I know eighth grade. Three years later, he they're not, though." is a district champion With a. realistic goal of standing on the podium spriestle@dispatch.com

AROUND THE STATE NOTEBOOK

215: Arsl round-Zach Lavy (Oak Harbor) dec. Marcus Adelman (Alliance) 6-4; Brandon Jones (Hamilton Township) dec. Ryan Creecll (Eaton) 7-1; Jeremy Jimmar {Gin. Purcell Marian) dec. Blake McAllister (DeSales) 9;J; Aaron Sabo (Pembernlle Eastwood} dec. Matt Sommer {Wooster Triway) 7·2; Aaron Keough {Batavia Clermont Northeaslem) pinned Joe Kuhn (New Philadelphia) 3:34; Jon Dolce (Mentor Lake Catholic) maj. dec. Joe Morton (Foslorla) 11l-0; Dean DeLaCruz (Lill<inglon) pinned Craig Bates (Beloit West Branon) 4:30; Adam Hoppel (Usbon Beaver) maj. dec. Chris Wall (Springlield) Greenon 13-2. Consoletlons-Adelman pinned Creech 1:39; Mc~llster maj. dec. Sommer 13-5; Kuhn dec. Morton 7· 3; Bates dec. WoW 11J-6.

Lang's go~tl: Become first four-time St. Ed's champ

275: First round-Ben Ryan {Monroe lemonMonroe) pinned Brad Nagy (Parma Padua) 3:07; Seth Sharp (Belott West Branch) maj. dec. Andy Wills (DeSales) 16-7; Curtis Lusane (Cleveland East) pinned Brian Burdette (Uhrir:hsvilla Claymont} 4:48; Dustin Fax (Gallon) dec. Zach Kalris (Franklin) 4-3; Michael Price (Cambndge) pinned Edc Ridenour (Palnes~lle Hervey) 0:37; Bren Boggs (Maumee) dec. Ben DoofiWe(Gal~polrs Gallia) 9-8; Jeff Molsr (Gennanlown VaHey VIew) dec. Alex Grine (Fostoria) 11-B; Mike Skonieczny {Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary) pinned Keilh Nader (New Concord John Glenn) 3:4g, Consolations-Wills pinned Nagy 2:35; Katris dec. Burdette 5-2; Ridenour pinned Doolittle 0:50; Grine dec. Nader 4-l

Ryan Lang could be "the one." AB dominant as Lakewood St. Edward has been in state wr~stling - 17 team ti)Jes - the Eagles never have had a four-time champion. Lang isn't there yet - the junior first has to corral his tltird title but remains in the hunt for the elusive four-peat. "My main, overall goal is tu be a four-time champ," Lang said ~·ester­ day after a 17-2 technical fall over Travis Hess of Mount Vernon in the opening round of the state toumamntinV ·

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JACKETS' SEASON

THE WEEKEND PHILADELPHIA FLYERS AT NEW YORK RANGERS 3 P.M. SATURDAY, MAPISON SQUARE GARDEN

Robert Kron;s goal last night gave him 14 goals and 31 . points in 41 _ career games against the Pittsburgh Penguins, by far the most he has scored against any franchise.

Where to begin? Eric llndros, now with the Rangers, left the Flyers in an over-publicized, drawn-out spitfest with management last season, something the City of Brotherly Shove might never forget. Theo Fleury, also a Rangers player, is always at risk of losing his noodle (if he doesn't retire first, or course). Then there's the fact that both of these storind franchises have ample talent to make for a wonderful hockey garne and insane fans who are always half the fun. Send the kids outside, send the wife to the spa and cozy up on the couch. It'll be quite a show.

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BLUE JACKETS COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS AT LOS ANGELES KINGS

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Star's season-ending problem only latest in string of bad news

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:Meloche learns about/ L life with_ Penguins ·d

• By Aaron Porizllne

· Dispatch Spoits Reporter Even before the Pittsburgh Pengllins played the Blue ' Jackets last night in Nationwide Arena, former Ohio State for: ward Eric Meloche was el'\ioying his return to Columbus. Meloche, a four-year standout with the Buckeyes from 1996 to 2000, was greeted by friends and teanunates from :his college dayS, but it went beyond that. ' "It was good to see (Buckeyes coach John) Markell up : in the seats," Meloche said after the Pengllins wrapped up :their morning skate. "I yelled at him, 'Hey, Johnny!' but I : wasn't able to get his attention. He was too busy talking. ' "That's OK, though. It was nice just to be able to yell at : him for once. Plus, f1l catch up to him later, fm sure.'' : These are heady times for Meloche. He was draftc1d by the , Penguins in the seventh round (186th pick overall) in 1996, before he started his OSU career. It may have been tetnpting to go the Canadianjuniors route, but Meloche stuck with his college p!;ms. Nowhe'sgladhedid "I've got four years of education under my belt, which is more than twothirds of this league," Meloche .said "Just the experience of Jiving on your own and learning things on your own, it's a great experience." Meloche said he is six classes from : graduating, but the completion of his degree will have to wait until his playing career is over. "I don't think I could sit in a classroom after a whole season of hockey," Meloche said. For now, Meloche is playjng on the Penguins' checking , line with Toby Petersen and Kris Beech, drawing between : 10 and 12minutes per game. · Meloche spent all of last season and the first half of this , one with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey : League. He was called up Jan. 12. Slowly, Meloche is learning about life in the NHL, with · an inch-long scar above his chin as proof. . . "We played Philadelphia in my (eighth game in Pitts•burgh)," Meloche said. "I came around behind the net and · there was (Flyers forward Keith) Primeau to greet me. He'sabigman. . "I caught his stick right in the mouth, and it went right through the lip. It took 20 stitches to close. No penalty, either. The ref said I ran into his stick How about that one?" · Ill HARKINS BACK- Blue Jackets coach Dave King skated past center Brett Harkins as the morning skate wound down and said the words Harkins was hoping to hear. "Brett, yol!'re back in there." Harkins' right foot, broken Feb. 4, is still a little sore, :but it healed enough to get clearance from team doctors :and intD the lineup last night. "I don't think it'll be entirely better until after the season," Harkins said. "I tweaked it a little in practice (on Wednesday) 1 · so I thought it was going to feel worse today. But it honestly felt as good today as it has since I injured it." The Blue Jackets can use Harkins, too. Before he was called up for good Dec. 29, the power play was choking along at 8.5 percent (14 of 165). In the 17 games Harkins played before the injury, the power play scored 19timesin 78 attempts (24.4percent). With Harkins out of the lineup the last five gan1es, the BlueJackets' power play was 3 of 22 (13.6 percent). Ill SLAP SHOTS - Ray Whitney (back sprain) skated without his back locking up on him, so he was in the lineup last night after missing only one game. . . . It took Jody Shelley and Pittsburgh's Krzysztof Oliwa one shift before they dropped the gloves, only 2:51 into the game.... Jamie Heward, Blake Sloan and Kevin Dineen all were healthy scratches for the Jackets.

Apparently, coach Rick Kehoe wanted no part of a "win one for the gimpy" speech. "Our feeling was that it would be a distraction," Kehoe said. "The guys needed to wony about this game, and then we'd tell them. "There's really no good time to break that news, though." · By Aaron Portzline Lemieux played Wednesday against the Dispatch Sports Reporter Kings. Team doc1Drs, who have been trying to find the source of Lemieux's pain for Pittsburgh Penguins players scrambled weeks now, met during the second period off the bench to celebrate Michael Rozsi- and diagnosed his injury as chronic tendinival'sgoal that capped a dramatic4-3 over- tisofahipflexormuscle. time victory over the Blue Jackets last Lemieux, who didn't make the trip to nightinNationwideArena Colmnbus, was told after the game. Rest A few minutes later, they received the and a rehabilitation program have been sobering news that everybody else in the prescribedthistimeinsteadofsurgery. "While I am very disappointed that I hockeyworldalreadyknew. Mario Lemieux, the Penguins' captain can't be in the lineup, I am satisfied that we who was being counted on to lead Pitts- have identified the problem with my hip," burgh's surge 1D a 12th straight playoff Lemieuxsaidinanewsrelease. Patrick talked with Lemieux late yesterberth, is expeCted to sit out the rest of the season because of a hip injury that surgery day afternoon. failed to improve. · "Mario· has 1D think about his whole life, "We went from being way up thereto not just the near future," Patrick said. being Way down here," defenseman Ian "You'd hate to see him continue to play and Moran said. "That's bad, bad news. end up with a plastic hip at the end of his "But, like this group of guys has done so career. "He fully intends to play next year. many times this season, we'll try 1D pull it together and forge ahead. Hopefully, a vic- That's part of this decision. He wants to . tory like this can mean a lot to us., Hopeful- make sure he's 100 percent by next year." · Now, .the Pengums· · face a huge task of ly' thiswillbethe~>i:artofsomething.',' The Pengllins need good news worse salvaging this season. After last night's win, · ts b ehind the New YOrI{ than SOnny n ee de d Cher. they Stand fiVe pom In addition to the loss of Le~eux, the Rangers for the eighth and final playoff Pengllins learned yesterday that. center spot in the Eastern Conference. • Martin Straka has .a cracked orbital (eye . Patrj.cksaid he still intends for the PenSOCket) b()l1e _and Vv:iJj,It!iss JJ:rree or_ f()J!r~~.t{l make tll,~ipl~(}ff§, -.~lZnl-!l•general.c, Weeks .. ·- ----.,-- -~ - -.•. -·_manager. That'S myJ'ob," he S.aid.'.-'- and he Straka returned Wednesday a(ter four didn't rule out making trades for players to months On the Shelf with a brokeh tibia. help make it pOSsible. Two shifts. into the game against the Los But Lemieux's makes an already uphill Angeles Kings, a freakish turn of events led battle'.eyen steeper. . to Pittsburgh goaltender Johan Hedberg's "For Mario, this is a real shame," Moran stick cracking Straka in the face. said. "He really worked his butt off 1D get "This is my 18th year, SO it's hard to back, and yOU Could tell he Was in really remember each and every season," Pitts- good shape. burgh general manager Craig Patrick said. "Every game is a must-win for us. We "But this has been a difficult an't talke any ill'ghts 0 ff• .WeVe ' . Seasoll." C p Jaye d So hard to swallow was the Lemieux · without ·Mario before and had some sueth t th p · I t 't fr th It' · rtant th neWS a e engums cep I . Om e CeSS. S unpo now more an ever players until last night's game was over. that we make sure that happens again." The mood was somber despite the· fact that Pittsburgh earned its first win since Jan. 26. aportzline@dispatch.com '

Slumping Hurricanes get boost from Francis Associated Press Ron Francis scored a -goal and added three assists and the Carolina Hurricanes won for just .the third time in the last 14 games, beating the Boston Bruins 6-2 last night in Boston. Francis has made the Bruins his most frequent victim with 28 goals and 99 assists in 118 career games against Boston; Carolina jumped 1D a 3-0 first-period lead courtesy of goals by Francis, Jeff O'Neill and KevynAdams. The Hurricanes, 5-1-1 in their last seven visits to Boston, also got two goals from Rod Brind'Amour and two assists from Bates Battaglia. Brian Rolston scored his leagueleading seventh shorthanded goal with the Bruins two men short early in the third period. Senators 3, Rangers 0 Patrick Lalime stopped 34 shots for his · second shutout of the season and Radek Bonk scored,twice as visiting Ottawa blew past listless New York Todd White also scored for Ottawa. Marian Hossahad three assists. New York defeuseman Brian Leetch played in his 1,000th game, but he and the rest of the Ottawa defense seemed out to lunch as the Sena1Drs scored goals easily. Sharks 5, Capitals 2 Alex Korolyul< scored .the tiebreaking goal to spark a three-goal second period as San Jose won its seventh straight game, beating host Washington. ,Korolyul<, Adam Graves, Owen Nolan, Scott Thornton and Vincent Damphoilsse scored a goal apiece for the Sharks, who last lost Jan. 29 in Toronto. Washington had ·chances, but San Jose goalie Evgeni Nabakov made several good saves and finished

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With Its 5-4 victnry In Pittsburgh on \Vadnesday nigh~ the los Angeles Kings are 15-4~1-lln their last 21 games ant 8·1·0-11n the last 10 road games.

Help wanted Roberto Luongo stopped 57 of 60 shois In the Rorida Panthers' 3-2 overtime lass to the Oetrott Red Wings on Wednesday night. Luongo also picked up his first NHL point, assisting on Krlstlan Husellus' goal In the first period ..•. John Vanblesbrouck finished the New JerseY Devils' !-0 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers with 31 saves. it was the first game for the 38-year~old goalie since coming out of retirement before the Olympic break.

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sectional titles .. Moeller regamed control with the help of 119-pound champion David Candy and 140-pound titlist Mike Baria. Lukens, a No.3 seed at 189, was eager to take on Elder No. 1 seed Chris Chambers after splitting matches with him during the season and was thrilled with his 4-3 decision. "All I wanted to do was prove to him that I could beat him," Lukens said. Moeller junior Chris Wessel helped clinch the section: al title with an 11-8 decision over Anderson's Mike Cut-. ting in the 215-pound final. Sycamore's Daniel MasonStraus qualified for the district meet to be held Friday and Saturday at Wilmington, improving to 34-0 with an 11-2 major decision over Moeller's Ryan Meyer at 135.

Moeller sophomore Ryan Lukens wanted to speak for the whole Crusaders team at the end of their Division I sectional tournament victory at St. Xavier Saturday night. "We were really frustrated when we lost the (Greater Catholic League meet) last week," Lukens 'said. "We came out a little slow and did' better in the last round, but it was too late. We wanted to come here and · get something back." Moeller's nine-year GCL winning streak was ~napped by St. Xavier Feb. 10, .but the Crusaders won their sixth straight sectional. "It was big for us to bounce back," Moeller coach jeff Gaier said. · Sophomore Brent Goode put Moeller ahead early, defeating Harrison's Rob Dear wester 11-5 at 103 pounds. Elder, which finished sec- , ond, took a brief lead with the help of 112-pound champion Chris Stetter. A fourth seed, Stetter defeated Oak Hills third seed josh Love 9-2 for his first sectional title. "I never counted myself out, but I did a lot better than I thought I could," Stetter said. "I thought I could win pretty . soon into it because I got all the takedowns I shot for." The win enabled Stetter to avenge an early-season pin by Love. Elder's Nick McCoy (125), Elliott Spence (130) and Kurt Thomas (152) also made good on regular-season losses to w;n

SECTIONAL RESULTS DMSION I AT ST. XAVIER Tllftlatorea I. Moeller(~, 2. Elder (218.5), 3. Hat· ~son • •11), 40 Xsvlet' (202.5). 5. Loveland (130.5), 6. Dak tills (117.5), 7. Sycamore (67), 8 . Talawanda (65), 9. Mt. Healthy (52), 10. Anderson (44), II. Huglles Center (22 .5). 12. Winton Woods (10). · Firat plaeil 101· Goode I~) ~~r­ Tison) rt:i!iter (Eldet) d.1.bVe (Oak H!Hs) 9·2: 11~) d~IJ!jllz (Elder) 3-2; 125: fllCCOy(Elder) d. Gllfl'[Oveland) 4·2; 110: Spence (Elder) d. Cook (Loveland) tlebreak; ISS: Mason-Straus (Sj'camore) md. Meyer (M~ 11·2; 140: Bllrla.~d. ~C'Xavler) 10·5; 14T:liutier (Mt. l!ealThy) d. Blinch (Hatr!Son) 11-8; 152: Thomas (Elder) d. Gallagher (SL Xavier) 2·1: 1&0: Malinowski (SL Xsv!ef) p. Ascher (Oak Hills) 1:47: 171: Sacksteder (~son) p. Bemtng (Elder) 2:39; let: Lllkens _~jlerJ...JL...Cblm­ ¥ {E!!!er) 4·3; 21~~ d. CUt~) 11·8: 2W.I'iillat f!Wilson) p. AMen (Loveland) 3:25.

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eating Moeller on the wrestling mat duri ng the regular season requ ired the strength of a nationally ranked team. Moeller finished the regular season with an 8-3 dual-meet record , includi ng championships at the hio Catholic Tournament and the sta e sectional tournament for the sixth year in a row. Moeller's three losses came at the hands of Blair ( .J.) Academy, in-state power Lakewood St. Edward, and Davison (Mich.) . Blai r was

district tournament lor the second straight year while Baria finished runner-up to undefeated Matt Mcintire. Both lost in th e quarterfinals at state. "Mike Baria is an ideal kid to coach. He's as good in the classroom and on the mat as any wrestler I've coached; says Jeff Gaier, who's been at Moeller for 20 years, 17 as the head wrestling coach. "Mi ke studies a lot of tape, he constantly works on technique and when he gets on the mat, he is very physical."

the No. 1 high school wrestling team in th e coun try at the time, according to Matside Publications. St. Edward eventually won the Ohio Division I stat championship. Davison was ra nked in the top ten when it grappled with Moelle:r. The Crusaders didn't lose to a local team until Lakota West knocked them off in the district championship. The Crusaders, which fi nished second in the state for the last two seas ns, fell all the way to 55th place at the state tournamen t this year. Moeller' best performers were senior Mike Baria (140 pounds), who earned his

Moeller's strength was its depth. Three other wrestlers earned sectional titles;s nior David Candy (1 19) ,junior Ch ris Wessel (2 15) and sophomore Ryan Lu kens ( 189).

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freshman henelle Harmon, who won the 100-meter run, and hristine Hendricks, who placed in four different events. "Everybody had pretty good times for thi point in the IS ason and hopefully from h re w 'II o tinue to grow;' said Carolyn Rauen, who ran on both winn ing relay teams. "We just wan ted to do our b t to gauge where we are and see how far we have to go, but I U1ink after today it's a pret· ty good starq Added coach Dan D ver: "I thought we ould win thi but not by as much as we id ,so I'm really happy:· Several outstanding performances were turned in by individuals. Amanda MullinsHall of Wain t Hi lls was a double winn r in the 100 (14.55) and the 200-

Eagles' winning 00-meter relay team. Corrie Whi ner of Lakota Ea t won both the OQ..meter and I ,600-meter runs. Middletown was equally impressive in th e boys' meet. The Midd ies won the 400, 800 and I ,600-meter relay runs. Darrel l Hunter was part of the 400 and 800 r lay team and also won the 100-meter run and long jump. enior Jeff e took first place in the 3,200 run, while Jarod Glover took first in me 300 hurdles. It is Ulis type of well-rounded performance that has generated talk of Middletown having th pot ntial to bring home their first-ever state championship later this spring. The Middies finished third last year and r turn the majority of their squad. "We're just taking it one week at a time," said coach Floyd

uate where the Middies stack up at state. ''I'm happy about everything overall ," said Horton of the Middies' performance. oach Scott Dalton said Middletown like to change their lineup around at this tim e of year. "We change a lot of kids around. we did n't even have our b t four by four team out th ere. We t1y to fin d th e keys to get us in a certain position ... we mix it up a lot:'The ultimate goal, said the oaches, is to get the team ready for districts and b yond. Oak Hills' Jeff Schroeder took first place in th 110 high hu rdles and finished second in the 300 hu rd les. John Dixon of Fairfi ld set a meet record in the 3,200 meter run , crossi ng the fi nish line in a time of 9:21 .22. Dixon made an early break in the race and never let up, breaking his peronal best time (9:49) in the 3,200 by a whopping 2 seconds. The senior said h ran 10 mi les a day earlier at a 5:55 pace and wasn 't totally fresh, but was still aiming f r a time of 9:30. "I like big mee ts like this, it gives you more incentiv to win ;· h said. 1,' ( Photos by Tom Nagel

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wrestling. The Firebi rds occupy the top spot in Division I followed by the Thunderhawks at o.2. Lakota West (see p.28) has a talented team, as does Lakota East. The Thunderhawks, who finished third in the Coaches Classic ver the holidays, are led by defending state champion Hetag Pliev. The nationally-ranked senior has picked right back up where he left off last season and is current ly undefeated at 16-0 wrestling in the 189-pound division. Tim Sizemore (13-71130 pounds), Brad Williams ( 16-4/215 pounds) and Tony Johnson (15-l/275 pounds) have all con tributed to the Thunderhawks' charge this year. Harrison and Moeller are also off to strong starts. The Crusaders have been led by several wrestlers, including Mike Baria ( 11 -4/145 pounds), David Candy ( 104/1 19 pounds) and sophomore Brent Goode (71/103 pounds). Ryan Sachsteder has excelled in the 17 1-pound weight class for Harrison and spo rts a record of 19-4. Individuals enjoying good years include Joe Gadson of Fairfield ( 11-1/160 pounds) , Chris Chambers of Elder ( 13-3/189 pounds), Lee Carraher of St. Xavier (I 761145 pounds), Sean Lambert of Mason ( 15-5/ 103 pounds) and Mark Mathis of Princeton ( 13-1/103 pounds) . Madei ra tops th e charts in divisions 11-lll. Th e Mustangs won the Coaches Classic and have several wrestlers with the best records in th ei r respective

Northern Kentucky It's Crowded At The Top Ryle may have won their second consecutive orthern Kentucky Athletic Conference title last month (see p.30), but the Raiders figure lo have plenty of competition come regional tournament time. Simon Kenton, which placed second at the NKAC and 14th at the Coaches Classic, has enough firepower to challenge for a regional title. Brad Cooper ( 130 pounds) . Craig Cooper (152 pounds) and Eric Mayo ( 171 pounds) all won atth e KAC. ampbell County is another Ioree with which to be reckoned. The always-tough Camels had five weight class champions at the KAC, led by Ben Hines ( 119 pounds), Joey Hagedorn (125), Josh Boggs ( 135 pounds), Mark Nelson ( 160 pounds) and Jacob Unger (189 pounds). Conner and Scott could make orne noise. The Cougars' Wi ll Spreher ( 145 pounds) and Eagles' Curt Liska ( 140 pounds) are top competitors in th eir respective weight classes.

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Steiner strong-arms his way in state meet Chippewa athlete was injured at age 4 ByRobOIIer

Dispatch Sports Reporter Eric Steiner felt the stares again yesterday, the way he does whenever he's in public. "I expected they'd notice me," he said This time, however, the eyes did not belong to gawking teenagers traipsing through the mall or childish brats munching at BurgerKing. •More state These eyes some of them un- wrestling tour· namentcoverdoubtedly wet belonged to those in age/08,9 Value City Arena who sellSe how hard it must be to compete at the state •wrestling tournament when you only have one arm. Many eyes were on Steiner as he lost his opening Division m match at 130 pounds. More looked his way as the junior from Chippewa won his night match to advance to Ute sec-

ond round of consolations today. And when each match ended, the applause tlnmdered louder than any other match of the day. "It feels good," Steiner said of the crowd reaction. "You could tell it was .coming from everybody and not just our fans.·· Our fans, their fans. All fans. It's hard not to root for Steiner, who lost an arm at age 4 in a farming accident and yet competes as if he has three arms, not one. A disadvantage? Definitely ... for Steiner's opponents. "We figured the majority of the opponents (at state) would not have seen him, which is to our advantage," Chippewa coach Dan McAnallensaid. Indeed. "I wasn't sure what to do. I knew he had to be good because he made it this far," said Devin Cocherl, a junior from Pleasant who needed overtime to edge Steiner 9-7_ "I couldn't do one of my gpecial moves because I had no way to get his ann. It was

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Wyomlng at Bacln, 7:30 p.m. McNcholas at Anderson, 6 p.m. Franklin at Kings, 2:30 p.m. Uma Sr. a t - . . 1:30 p.m. Blanchester at Little Miami, 7:30 p.m. Wilmington at Clinton Massie, 1:30 p.m. Clermont NE at Goshen, 3 p.m. Ursuline at Harrison, 2:30 p.m. Oay.Carrol at Clayton Northmont. 2 p.m. Woodford Co. (Ky.) at Woodward, 2:30 p.m. K..tllelly Uoyd at Siver Grove, 7:30 p.m.

Results WIIU1LIII loolthMten _ . , (At ML It- JeMpll Colella)

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T••• ltaa411•11•: (after two rounds) I. Mater Del78, 2. Elder 721'>, 3. Lakota West 72, 4. Lakota East 591'>, 5. Fairfield 59, 6. St. xavier 55, 7. 08k Ills 51, 8. 49, 9. Colerain 391'>, 10. Beavercreek 33, II. Hamilton 271'>, 12. Simon Kenton 26, 13. Princeton 22, 14. Middletown 151'>.

IMIIclleol Tea• Staa411allo: (after two 46, 2. Loveland 421'>, rounds)!. 3. Purcel Marian 33, 4. Glen Esle 311'>. ·5. Masoo 22, 6. ReadlrC 21~~>. 1. (tiel CNE, Ml Heallhy 20, 9. Amela 19, 10. Taylor 18, II. 1.-.on 151'>, 12. Anderson 13, 13. Wastern Ills 12, 14. Monroe

8. Firat . . . . 103-McLean (STX) p. Tracy (LOY) 2:45; Rleslenberg (ELO) d. Ne1 (AME) 8-4; Lambert (MAS) 11. (IlEA) 26-10; Bittner (MAl) p. Webb (CNE) · 0:37; Porter (GE) p. I Ollis (lW) 5:43; Mages. (REA) p. Coyle (OH) 5;58; (L£8) p. MaJies llEl 3:25. 112-Trent (MID) p. Morris (AME) 2:51; Szekeres/1 (L£8) p. Hants (HAM 2:23; Cook (STX) p. Weaver (LOY) 3:59; Crowley (MAO) d. Saunders (PRt) 12-10; Center (MAS) d. Wolf (PRt) I :53; Love (OH) d. Horton (MON) 1:11; tttz (FAl) p. Marco (TAY) 0:35; Pierson (l£) d, Valentine (CNE) 14-0; Conley (GE) If. Cooper (SK) I!Hl; Hayden (MOE) p. Bannister (WW) 1:45. 111-Braun (COL) d. Lamplot (LOY) 6-1; Schultz (ELO) p. Dunn (GE) 1:38; Neal (LW) p. Johnson (TAY) 1:51; Candy (MOE) If. Schmidt (MAS) 20-3; Coughlin (MAT) p. Coon (CNE) 1:58; Coorey (AN>) d. Henz (STX) !H;; ~ (PM) 11. RIvera (PRt) 17-2. 121-Jones (IlEAl p. C8mpbell (CNE) 0:42; Walm'oup (LW) p. Reeder (PM) 1:58; Absher (l£) If. Salamone (TAY) 15-0; Scott (MAt) p. Mcintosh (WW) 0:24; 01ma (AND) p. Murnan (STX) 2:37; Heldlman (MID) p. Volz (MTH) 0:16; Alon (HAM) 11. ~ (MAS) 20-5; Thompson (PRt) d. Sl1affer (AME) ID-5; Haverkos (MOE) p. Packer (REA) 3: 16; Smllh (LOY) p. Johnson (SK) 1:49; McCoy (ELO) p. Green (MON) 0:43. 1~ (SK) p. Boquckl (REA) 0:16; 11ghe (PM) d. Orozco (HAM)16-!4; Forsberg (MTH) d. Mlllor (MID) 11-8; Flake (LW) p. Rolli (AME) 1:58; Steller (ELO) p. Cleary (WW) 0:12; Sizemore (L£) p. Campbell (CNE) 1:49; lilz (STX) p. Wagner (L£8) 3:00; Gil (LOY) d. Sopczak (IlEA) 12-4; 8rWier (MAS) d. Harmon (PRt) 7-4; Brater (OH) p. Brown (WH) 2:29; Kookel (COL) d. Melley (AN>) 11-2; Sheehan (OE) p. Reece (GE) 1:56. UI-Carglle (STX) d. Hollzlelter (MAO) 10-8; Lehman (MAT) p. Faulkner (MTH) 1:24; Cook (LOV) p. Hamblin (HAM) 0:44; Meyer (MOE) If. Retti1ger (AME) 19-4; 5penceley (FAll p. Hansel• man (L£8) 3:47; ~ (L£) p. Conner (WH) 3:15; Maupin (GE) d. Ruscln (MID) 18-8; Alter (OH) d. Lane (AND) !D-5. 140-Lassen (SK) p. Brantley (WH) 4:18; Demaris (COL) p. Bel (REA)I:30; ' SUmmer (MTH) forfeit; Carver (STX) p. Rschesser (TAY) 0:54; Sneed (FAt) p. Thomas (MAS) 0:30; Sc:hrnlla. (l£) p. Larkin (CNE) 3:45; - . I l l (AME) p. Thomas (PRI) 3:35; Moon (IlEA) d. Oldl (LOY) 4-2; C~ (MAT) p. Bllingsly (WW) 0:21. 141-Mauror (MAT) p. Rutledge (MAO) 3:05; Perkins (MID) If. Meade (MAS) 17-0; Coyle (OH) p. Davis (WW) 1:36; Wels (PRt) p. Enz (MON) 0:59; Case (PM) d. Benge (HAM) 11-7; Butler (MTH) d. Koon (COL) 4-3; Wley (IlEA) p. Merchant (AND) 2:17; Armbrust (L£8) d. Wodcman (ELO) 10-8; ~ (FAll p. Wovtms (WH) 3:45; (LW) p. Guier (LOY) 2:50; ~ (GE) d . - . , . (l£) 7-1; Bar1a (MOE) p. Varney (AME) 2:11. 112-Magllano (LOY) p. AI-Aitef (PRI) 0:58; Wueslefeld (OH) d. Mclean (PM) 8-6; Forsberg (MTH) p. Ruscln (MID) 2:36; Riggs (MAT) p. Sizemore (L£8) 5:30; Gauii·(WH) If. Sizemore (BEA) 16-3; canfield (LE) d. Pony (WW) 16-7; Thomas (ELO) If. Redmond (GE) 17-1; Emmons (HAM) p. 5warts (AME) I: 12; Dean (LW) p. Lindsey (MON) 5:19; Alldns !MOE) d. OaWison (MAD) 3-1. 1....-e (MID) p. Ma1M (LEB) 1:35; Tamaska (TAY) p. Wbr (PRt) 1:53; ManwsN (STX) d. Kin11 (1..0V) I-I); Demllls (COl) If. C8rpenter (Q:) 7-1; Conley (LE) d. Wllllt (REA) 3-1; adson (FAt) p. Mayhaus (WW) 1:18; scher (OH) d. lee (WH) 14-2; Mestalerz lAS) d. Wley (IlEA) 13-11; Hartman

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(LW) d.~ (MTH) 11-2;man (MAT) p. Harten (PM) 3:53; Pattison (MAO) p. Pony (HAM) 1:12. 171-8emng (ELO) p. Jo11nson (WII) 0:38; Giller! (MOE) d. Daggs (AND) 12-3; Alia (LW) p. Standler (WW) 0:31; (PRI) p. Lafferty (MAS) 1:59; Schweer (STX) p. Deanlorff (AME) 1:38; Lawson (FAIJ p. (MTH) t3: catanzaro (LE) p. c.ter (REA) 0:50; Eliott (GE) d. Taylor (OH) 17-5. llt-Lukens (Moeller) p. Gentene (Masoo) 1:49; Newport (Madeira) p. Hatcher (Princeton) 3:00; McCoy ( - ) p. Morris (Pur. Mer.) :30; Lewis (Mater Del) p. Ehler (wtrton Woods) :28; Sr*ler (081< Ills) p. ~ (CNE) 1:19; Steigerwald (SX) d. (Wastern Hils) :57; Wise (l.oYeland) p. Rilla (Lakota West) 3:20; Ma1M (Colerain) p. Alon (Reading) 1:12. 21~ (CNE) p. - . (Simon Kanllln) 2:50; euttmg (Anderson) p. Cl8acll (-...creek) 4:56; Flscller (081< Ills) p. (WWorl Woods) :27; Frey (Princeton) p. Shadden (1.-.on) 3:53; (Lakota Easl) p. Darrow (Low_ , :39; J1mmar (Pur. Mer.) d. Wessel ( - ) 17-8; -(Elder) If. Lester (MI. HealiiiW 24-9; Drew (Lakota West) p Goad 1:31: Georg (Glen Esle) d. Bolte (St. JCawler) IIH>; CUrnnlngs (Madeira) If. - zer (Colerain) 41-7. 271-f!yan (Monroe) If. tJnfTted ( Del) 34-3; McHeny (081< Ills) p. Wiehe (Redig) 4:40; Mnlglll ( - ) If. AmIUI!OY (Amela) 23-12; Alon (l.ovllland) If. Kromer~) 24-12; Rohe ( - ) d . Wlll'f (Princeton) 4-2; Estep (Colerain) p. Long (1.-.on) 1:44.

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Smllh (LOY) 5:26. 1»-cooper (SK) p. 11ghe (PM) 1:33; Bolton (TAY) d. Forsberg (MTH)7-5; Flake (LW) p. Steller (ELO) 3:44; Sizemore (l£) p. Doxey (FAt) 2:54; Kuytcendal (MAD) d. lilz (STX) 17-7; 8rWier (MAS) d. Gil (LOY) 7-6; Kunkel (COL) p. Brater (OH) 1:50; Walnzapfal (MAT) p. SIMian (MOE) 3:46. 131-Seta (REA) If. Cargile (STX) 23-5; Lehman (MAT) p. Distler (CNE) 0:39; -(COL) d. Co<* (LOY) ID-5; Spence (ELO) d. Meyer (MOE) 4-3; 5penceley (FAll d. Hayes (MAS) 17-7; Barlalle (IlEA) d. ~ (l£) ID-7; Maupin (GE) p. Cooper (SK) 1:03; Wol«y (LW) p. Aller (OH) 5:57. ~ (LW) p. Lassen (SK) 4:24; (ELO) forfeit; BeraiC (GE) p. SUmmer (MTH) 3:22; Carver (STX) d. GIbert (MOE) 4-3; 8uslc:k (L£8) If. Sneed (FAl) 19-4; -.111 (AME) d. SdlrNIIaler (LE) 15-1; Moon (IlEA) d. Schlie (OH) 15-7; Conldlng (MAT) p. Piau (MAD) 1:21. 1 - (MAT) p. Pertdns (Mil) 3:44; Coyle (OH) p. Cooper (SK) 1:55; Corraller (STX) If. Wels (PRt) 16-1; Butler (MTH) d. Case (PM) 15-2; Har!non (CNE) d. Wley (IlEA) 15-5; ~ (FAt) d. Armbrust (L£8) 11-5; (LW) p. Mages (REA) 2:46; Barla (MOE) p. ~ (GE) 0:47. 112-Wllhelm (TAY) p. Magliano (LOY) 1:50; wuestefeld (OH) p. Forsberg (MTH) 3:32; Riggs (MAT) d. Ef1IOi (COL) 5-2; Parker (FAI) p. Gal* (WH) 1:18; GallaCher (STX) p. Canfield (L£) 3:01; Thomas (ELO) d. Emmons (HAm) 6-1; Dean (LW) p. Ecl<erl (MAS) 0:46; Dean (CNE) d. Aclklns (MOE) 6-4. (SK) p. Moore (MID) 3:35; Tamaska (TAY) p. Graves (AME) 1:07: (STX) d. Demaris (COL) 5-2; Conley (l£) p. Apgar (CNE) 1:31; Gadson (FAt) p. Flsdler (OH) 1:32; Hyland (ELO) d. Mesta1erz (MAS) 4-3; Hartman (LW) d. ~ (MOE) 8-4; _ , . , (MAT) d. Patllson (MAD) 15-2. 171-cloran (MAD) d. ~ (ELO) 7-2; Moore (IlEA) d. Giller! (MOE) 13-4; Smith (LOY) d. Alia (LW) 12-1; Kannady (COL) d. (PRI) 14-9; Eppens (PM) d. ~ (STX) 6-2; Lawson (FAll d. Seal (MAT) 5-2; Mayo (SK) d. catanzaro (LE) 13-5; Gadd (HAM) p. Elloll (GE) 2:40. lit-Pie¥ (Lakota East) d. Lukens (Mason) 12-1; Newport~) p. Hawkins (MI. Heeillly) 2:28; ClnOier eteek) d. McCoy (Hamilton 14-4; Lewis Del) d. Osborne (Anderson) 17-3; a.ambers (Elder) d. Sr*ler (oak Ills) :36; Steigerwald (St. Xavier) p. Slaven (1.-.on) :40; Wise (Loveland) p. Hemeberg (Mamie) 2:16; Salyer (Fairfield) d. (Colerain) ID-5. 211-Keough (CNE) p. Lester (HamiIOH) 1:40; euttmg {Anderson) d. Sdrnltl Del) 7-4; Wlson (~ p. Fi(081< Ills) 1 : 1 4 ; - (Lakota Easl) p. Frey (Princeton) :26; .lmnw (Pureel Morlan) d. Rouse (Falrlletd) 11-10; IUler (Elder) p. (Taylor) 4:59; Drew (Lakota Wesl) p. Chell (Wastern Ills) :46; CUrnnlngs (Madeira) p. Georg (Glen Esle) 1:11. 271-Ryan (Mamie) p. Cross (Elder) 2:24; c.aver (Purcell Marian) p. Stafford (TII/'flor) :25; ~ (Beavercreek) p. McHeny (081< Ills) 1:56; ~ (Hamltan) p. Lem:k (Wastern Ills) 1:42; Alon o.o-1 p. Dunn (St. xavier) :42; Conner (lakota West) p. Patterson (Anderson) :59; Rohe (Madeira) p. Smllh ( - - . ) 1:58; Johnson (lakota East) p. Estep (Colerain) 1:02.

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Fairfield's Joe Gadson (right) keeps a hold on Mater Dei High's Sam Wideman in the 160-pound division Saturday afternoon.

Firebirds prevail in Coaches Classic year's state meet. At 112 pounds, unseeded Lakota East freshman Kody Pierson faced a tough Evansville (Ind.) Mater Dei junior, By Chris Yeager Craig Macke. Pierson lost to Th£ Cincinnati EIU[Uirw the top seeded Macke 10-0. A second-period pin of With Lakota West and MaMoeller's top-seeded Brent Goode in the 103-pound final ter Dei separated by just gave Princeton's Mark four points atop the largeMathis more than a South- school field, every point matwest Ohio Wrestling tered. In one of two head-toCoaches Association Holiday head championship finals, Classic championship. It Lakota West's Matt Neat gauged the payoff for a lot of gave his team an important lift, pinning Mater Dei's recent roadwork. "I want to win at state," Matt Coughlin in 55 seconds Mathis said. "I've been get- to win the 119-pound title. ting good competition." Matt Mcintire came Goode placed sixth at last through with a 25-12 major

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decision over Mater Dei's Matt Conkling at 140 pounds. It was Mcintire's third Coaches' Classic title. Ranked fifth in the Enquirer's Division I area coaches poll, the Firebirds think they got a message across. "I don't think everybody knew how tough we'd be this year," said West captain and defending state champion Matt Mcintire. "We set our foot down tonight.'' Firebird head coach Scott Fetzer was pleased by his squad's performance. "We placed 10 (wrestlers) and all 14 got points for us," Fetzer said. "Our goal was

to make sure we got people with 102 points, follmn.'d by talking about us when we left Purcell Marian (78). Team StandlnC• the tournament." &..vee lcboolo: I. La•ota West 228, 2, Mater Dei (222) finished ~aM Dei 222, 3. Lakota E"'' 176 4, '.loeile• 172. s Erder 160, 6. st xa"er 154.5 7 '""' six points behind Lakota f1eld 148 5. 8. Hamilton 101.5 9. Oa~ H11~s 87. 10 Pflnceton 83 11. Coleraon 81 ; 12 Be••c•· West. Lakota East (176) was creek 7LS. 13 ..,asoo 57. 14. S•mJn Ke"ton 53. 15- ..,iddtetown 33,5. 16. W~stem H•lls 32 third among big schools. Small lcbools: 1. "'aderra 118.5. 2 Lo•eMadeira made a strong land 102. 3. Purcell "'anan 78. 4. Lebanon 65 5. Glen Este 64. 6. Reading 58 7 CNE 48 8 Coaches' Classic debut, win- 5.Taylor 48. 9. .,onroe 32, 10. Amelia 30 II. ning with 118lfl points. The Anderson 28. 12 'ttt. Healthy 27. Championship Matches Mustangs had locked up the 103--'-lathr& ·PRI; p. Goode ,.,or 3 49: 112 .,ac•e .,AT d Pierson iLW. 10·0 119 small-school title before the Coughl•n "'AT p ~eal ·LW' 0;55. 125 ~eCo1 championship and consola- :ao· d. BurroughS ,.,AD' 2·0. 130 flJke LW d Ku)kenaali ·w.o 8-2; 135 Seta REA d tion finals began. Wolery <LW. 5-3· 140-'-lclntrre LW· d Conkling 25-L 145 .,aurer i"'AT; d Barra 'olaf "We had an outstanding ,.,AT 5·3: 152 Wtlheim TAY; d. Gallagher SH debut," said head coach Bob 16·4. 160-Gadson FAL d. .,al•nows;r ST~ 12·4. 171- Law>On 1F~I d. Sm11h LOV 3-2 Kearns. ". . . We got points 189 Pl•e> •LE p. ChamDers 'ELD 3 Oi 215 Keough ·c,E a. J•mmar P'-11 12-0 275 Jonn· out of everybody." son U p R)an ..,0\ 3 03 Loveland took second in the small-school standings • Results, C 11


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Most of the area's top wrestlers will compete in the annual coaches' Holiday Classic at the College of :\1ount St. Joseph on Dec. 21-22. It is the sport's premier local regularseason event. Two reigning Ohio champions, :\1att Mcintire of Lakota West (135 pounds) and Hetag Pliev of Lakota East (171 pounds) are among the top individuals entered. Mcintire ::1as moved up to 140 pounds and Pliev to 189 pounds this season. Moeller and Fairfield, ranked 1-2 in the Enquirer Division I area ?Oll, headline the 29-team field. :\1oeller fini;.hed second in the :J.000-01 state championship and was ranked No. 18 nationally by USA Tod<w. Madeira and Purcell !\1arian, ranked 1-2 in the Enquirer Divisions II-III poll, also are entered. Teams from Ohio, Indiana and I\entucky wi.ll compete. Third:Jlace Kentucky finisher Simon l\enton and seven-time Indiana champion Evansville Mater Dei al"0 will compete. The tournament has grown from the UC Invitational that started in the 1960s. The event moved :hree years ago to Mount St. Jo:,eph, the only remaining local col:ege to offer an NCAA wrestling '1rogram. The event is the primary fund ~·aiser for the Southwestern Ohio Wrestling Coaches Association, which annually donates more than U4,500 in l:lcholarships, sponsoring ·,:·v coverage of the Ohio state •;.•restling champion;;hips and support of summer wre;;tling proi;rams. Wrestling begins at 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 21. Events begin at 10 a.m. Saturday. STILL RANKED: St. Xavier dropped from Xo. 8 to No. 19 in the USA Today Super 25 foot-

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Cla~src Dec. 21-22. Pltev, a nat1ve of Russra, agmnst teammate Brad Williams.

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ball ratings after losing the OhiJ Di\ision I title game to Cleveland St. Ignatius. Ignatius rose from unranked to No. 15. Elder was 19th and Colerair: 24th in the most recent ratings.

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The final rankings will be Dec. 26. PREP RESULTS: The En-

quirer, because of space limitations, is not publishing high school "club" sports results. For the winter season, we will accept results only from the following OHSAA-sanctioncd Yarsity sports: basketball, gymnastics, icc hockey, swimming and diving, and wrestling. Club sports can register with the OHSAA to obtain catastrophic insurance coverage, but the OHSAA does not sanction those sports and holds no tour-

D'trncnts for them.

COACHES NEEDED: Madeira~ 3Ci""5 rt~c11re tcnn•s. CJ'i AD Jim Rcynoid's, 5: 7·00W. Glen Este: ~::;:-;j t~~·s s:J:ttcr; headl b'O}S teryfs~ t· ~·tJ:: r?s·:~--,.~:3. co:·: A'J :l.:t:: s:~7ncns. ot 943-S2G?I c- ~T!i:d rc::.:::--::· t:, t~c H~'o:l 4.3:42 Glen Est~>W.~hJ<:'S · v···:-: Rc:t:l, C- 1 :2 .....,at;. 0~ 45245. M'ariemo~t: Rc:::<:~n: tlasrba':; gir!slacrossc. Cilr t.::- .'t;;~f \ 11 ~~-'::'"~:·'. 2T7·iEO"O.

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No. 1 Moeller too much for Fairfield Crusaders show mettle, whip No.2 Indians 41-19 By Chris Yeager Bnqnirer contrilmtor

Though picked No. 1 by area coaches in the initial Enquirer poll, the Moeller wrestling team was an unknown quantity. Saturday night's 41-19 pounding of No. 2 Fairfield -provided at least a local measure of just how strong the Crusaders might be. "It's a big-time win," said senior co-captain Brandon Gilbert. "This match is how we are judged

in the area." Gilbert is one of a number of Moeller wrestlers who have been waiting for their chances to crack the starting lineup. The match started with the 135-pound weight class, with Moeller's Ryan Meyer gaining a 7-4 decision. In the next match, Gilbert's third-period pin of Fairfield's Jeremy Young at 140 pounds put the score at 9-0 and seemed to give the Crusaders a lift.

Dan Adkins' 12-6 win then put Moeller up 15-0. That's when the Fairfield seniors - who head coach Ron Masanek said needed to come through began producing. At 160, Joe Gadson beat Chad Schnitzler 7-2. Caleb Lawson pinned Daniel Gilbert at 171, and Tony Parker survived a rally by Moeller's Ryan Lukens to win a tight 11-8 match at 189. Parker's win, though,

cost Fairfield a team point on a rare uniform violation call. Thus, Curtis Rouse's 10-5 win over Chris Wessel at 215 pounds left Fairfield one behind Moeller at 15-14. And that's where Fairfield's apparent comeback stalled. A Fairfield wrestling forfeit is probably more rare than a uniform violation, but the Indians gave up six points by not fielding a heavyweight, putting Moeller up 21-14. After that, Moeller pretty much had its way. Brent Goode (103) and Tom Hay-

den (112) racked up major decisions. Back in the varsity lineup after a difficult season, David Candy (125) made it 36-14 by pinning Steve Nitz. Fairfield's Roger Hahn, one of eight starting seniors, won by technical fall over Brian Haverkos. Then Moeller's Joe Sheehan (130) capped the Crusaders' scoring with a 19-5 major decision over Matt Doxsey - and a much different outcome than last year's 29-26 Moeller win. Given Fairfield's longstanding reputation, the

Crusaders were ple~sed with their performance..., "This usually determ1nes the city title," Goode ~id. "It lets us know we'vd-reloaded, that we didn't lose that much from last year's team. We've had guys waiting in the wings, ~nd this will give them confidence." ;:: 103-Goode (M) md. Willcocks 19-6; 112Hayden (M) TF. Johnson 15-0; 111-Candy (M) p. Nltz 2:34; 121-Hahn (F) tf. Haverkos22-5; 130-Sheehan (M) md. Doxsey 17-6; 131Meyer (M) d. Spenceley 7-4; 140-B. Gilbert (M) p. Young 5:32; 141-Barla (M) d. COinwell 13-9; 152-Adklns (M) d. Wisener 12-6; 110Gadson (F) d. Schnitzler 7-2; 171-LawSOh (F) p. D. Gilbert 2:12; 188-Parker (F) d. LUkens 11-8; 211-Rouse (F) d. Wessel 10-5; 271Kromer (M) forfeit. ' ¡~


MOELLER WRESTLING Saturday, December 15,2001 ALUMNI NIGHT Varsity Match

MOELLER CRUSADERS Coaches: Jeff Gaier, Ed Jamieson Bruce Nelson

FAIRFIELD INDIANS Coaches: Ron Masanek, Bob Massie

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Division I wresUing preview

Many contenders emerge for city's best By Chris Yeager Enquirer contributor

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The spread of first-place votes among six teams shows Rank/Team how competitive Division I 1. Moeller (4) 2. Fairfield will be this season.

L Moeler Despite the graduation of key wrestlers, Moeller still will be strong. The Crusaders are led by Mike Baria, a tw<r time state placer, who probably will compete at 145 pounds. Sophomore Brent Goode, who finished sixt11 at last season's state tournament at 103 pounds, also returns. David Candy, a 2000 state qualifier, will be back in the varsity lineup this season at either 119 or 125 pounds. Ryan Meyer (135-140) also will contribute varsity experience.

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pounds last season, and Zach Flake who wrestled at 130 pounds last season. A new addition is Matt Neal,atran&erfromlndmna, who won 33 matches as a freshman last season.

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Underclassmen will be key for the Bombers. Dan Malinowski should provide some leadership. He won 25 matches as a sophomore last season and should wrestle at 160 this season. Dan Gallagher is another promising returning starter, Wesley Taylor, a junior, is a having won 20 matches last returning state qualifier. year at 140 pounds. A healthy Lee Carraher, 7-1 before a 4. Elder The Panthers are hoping season-ending injury last for a top-three finish in the year, could make a significant contribution. coaches' poll. "Everything's good on paper. Now we've got to perThe Cardinals should be form," coach Dick McCoy said. balanced, with a solid returnThough inexperienced at ing group of wrestlers, said 103 pounds and heavyweight, head coach Rick Stegmaier. Elder returns district qualiDistrict qualifier Tyler fiers Nick McCoy (125 Brewer (135) won 30 matchpounds), Jim Schultz (119), es last season as a freshman. Frank Gorrasi (112-119) and Brian Engel (152) is another Chris Chambers (189). returning district qualifier. Senior Kevin Martin was 9-3 Lakota East last season before illness Coach Bob Latessa thinks forced him out Given his 15 the Thunderhawks can wins as a sophomore, Martin improve on last season's 12thshould be counted on to pr<r place finish in the state tournament Hetag Pliev, the 171- duce, probably at 189 pounds.

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Coach Ron Masanek said his senior wrestlers will determine Fairfield's success. At least eight of his starters are returning seniors, making the Indians a team that can challenge for an area title. Joe Gadson probably will wrestle at 160 pounds. He is Fairfield's lone returning state qualifier. Seniors Roger Hahn (125), Scott Cornwell (145) and Tony Parker (171189) are the returning district pound state champ in 2001, qualifiers. will move up to 189 for his senior season. Pliev is one of the country's top recruits and Harrison is another team was a junior national champithat graduated some talent on over the summer. But coach Chad Dennis has Also back are state qualiconfidence in the Wildcats' fiers Josh Hlebak (119), Tim depth. Sizt>more (135) and Brad 'We11 be able to fill in the Williams (215). losses pretty decently," Dennis said. 6. Lakota West Senior Rob Dearwester is The Firebirds have 10 among those looking to returning starters. The team improve on district-<tualifying leader is Matt Mcintire, one efforts from last season. of Cincinnati's two returning Dearwester will start at 112 Division I state champions. pounds and probably will Mcintire will move up to 140 drop to the 103 later in the this season from the 135season. Ryan Sachsteder, a pound class. 2001 district qualifier, probaHe's joined by 2001 state bly will begin the season at qualifiers Steven Wolery, a

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10. Princeton

New coach Ty Robbins thinks Princeton could surprise some teams. Returning state qualifier Mark Mathis probably will try to wrestle at 103" pounds again. He heads up a group of. district quali.


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Moeller wins 6th straight sectional By Shannon Russell The Cincinnati Enquirer

Moeller sophomore Ryan Lukens wanted to speak for the whole Crusaders team at the end of their Division I sectional tournament victory at St. Xavier Saturday night. "We were really frustrated when we lost the (Greater Catholic League meet) last week," Lukens said. "We came out a little slow and did better in the last round, but it was too late. We wanted to come here and get something back." Moeller's nine-year GCL winning streak was snapped by St. Xavier Feb. 10, but the Crusaders won their sixth straight sectional. "It was big for us to bounce back," Moeller coach Jeff Gaier said. Sophomore Brent Goode put Moeller ahead early, defeating Harrison's Rob Dear wester 11-5 at 103 pounds. Elder, which finished second, took a brief lead with the help of 112-pound champion Chris Stetter. A fourth seed, Stetter defeated Oak Hills third seed Josh Love 9-2 for his first sectional title. "I never counted myself out, but I did a lot better than I thought I could," Stetter said. "I thought I could win pretty soon into it because I got all the takedowns I shot for." The win enabled Stetter to avenge an early-season pin by Love. Elder's Nick McCoy (125), Elliott Spence (130) and Kurt Thomas (152) also made good on regular-season losses to w;n

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sectional titles. Moeller regained control with the help of 119-pound champion David Candy and 140-pound titlist Mike Baria. Lukens, a No. 3 seed at 189, was eager to take on Elder No. 1 seed Chris Chambers after splitting matches with him during the season and was thrilled with his 4-3 decision. "All I wanted to do was prove to him that I could beat him," Lukens said. Moeller junior Chris Wessel helped clinch the sectional title with an 11-8 decision over Anderson's Mike Cutting in the 215-pound final. Sycamore's Daniel MasonStraus qualified for the district meet to be held Friday and Saturday at Wilmington, improving to 34-0 with an 11-2 major decision over Moeller's Ryan Meyer at 135. AT WILMINGTON: Lakota East had the most champions, but Lakota West had the most points at the end of the day in the Wilmington sectional. The Thunderhawks had six individual champions Kody Pierson (119), Tim Sizemore (125), Dustin Baynes (145), Hetag Pliev (189), Brad Williams (215) and Tony Johnson (275) to three for the Firebirds Zach Flake (130), Stephen Wolery (135) and Matt Mcintire (140). But West, which had three wrestlers place second and three more third, beat East 262.5-229. Fairfield was third at 229.

SECTIONAL RESULTS DIVISION I AT ST. XAVIER Team scores

I. MoeHer (226), 2. Elder (218.5), 3. Har· rison (205.5). 4. Sl Xavier (202.5), 5. Loveland (130.5). 6. Oak HIHs (117.5). 7. Sycamore (67). 8 . Talawanda (65), 9. MI. Healthy (52), 10. Anderson (44), II. Hughes Center (22 .5), 12. Wlnlon Woods (10). First place

103: Goode (Moeller) d. Dearwester (Har· rison) 11-5; 112: Sletter (Elder) d. Love (Oak HIUs) 9·2: 119·Candy (Moeller) d. SChultz (EI· der) 3-2: 125: McCoy (Elder) d. Gill (Loveland) 4-2; 130: Spence (Elder) d. Cook (Loveland) tlebt'eak; 135: Mason-Straus (Sycamore) md. Meyer (Moeller) 11·2: 140: sana (Moeller) d. Carver (St. Xavier) 10·5; 145: Sutler (Mt. Healthy) d. Bunch (Harrison) 11·8; 152: Thom· as (Elder) d. Gallagher (SI. Xavier) 2-1; 110: Malinowski (51. Xavier) p. Fischer (Oak HUis) 1:47; 171: Sacksteder (Harrison) p. Berning (Elder) 2:39; 189: Lukens (Moeller) d. Chambers (Elder) 4-3; 215: Wessel (Moeller) d. Cut· tlng (Anderson) 11·8; 275: Taylor (HarriSOn) p. AUen (loveland) 3:25. Third place

103: Mclean (51. Xavier) p. Riestenberg (Elder) 2:09; 112: Hayden (Moeller) d. Welch (Harrison) 7·1: 119: Wassler (Harrison) d. Crenshaw (Sycamore) 5-4; 125: Foust (Harri· son) d. Campolongo (Oak Hills) 6-1; 130: Llnz (51. Xavier) md. Noyes (Harrison) 13-5; 135: Smith (Loveland) d. Hotopp (Harrison) 3·1 OT; 140: 5chHie (Oak HiUs) d. Phillips (Talawanda) 4-o; 145: Gilbert (Moeller) d. Ruther (51. Xavier) 7-3; 152: King (loveland) d. Engleman (Hughes) 12-5; 110: Adkins (Moeller) d. McGutte (Talawanda) 5·1: 171: SChweer (SI. Xavier) d. Daggs (Anderson) default; 189: Wasinger (Harrison) d. Steigerwald (51. Xavier) 7-I; 21$: Hubert (Elder) p. Lester (Mt. Healthy) 4:06; 275: Vance (Sl Xavier) d. Cross (Elder) tlebt'eak.

DIVISION I AT WILMINIITON Team scores I. lakota West 262.5; 2. Lakota East 229.0; 3. Fairfield 227.5; 4. WHmJngton 150.0; 5. Hamilton 131.0; 6. Colerain 102.5; 7. Princeton 73.5; 8. LaSalle 72.5; 9. Glen Este 58.5: 10. Milford 51.0: II. AmeAa 37.0; 12. Northwest 34.0; 13. Western Hils 31.0.

Flrlt place 103: Mathis (Princeton) md. Klst(Hamll· ton) 12-2; 112: Pierson (lakota East) d. Good· man (Lakota West) 5-o; 111: Hahn (Fairfield) d. Smith (Wilmington) 4-3; 125: Sizemore (La· kola East) md. Spenceley (Fairfield) 9-1; 130! Rake (lakota West) pin Kunkel (Colerain) 2:10; 135: Wolery (lakota West) pin Thomas (Princeton) 5: 12; 140: Mcintire (Lakota West) pin Cornwell (Fairfield) 1:53; 145: Baynes (La· kola East) d. Wisner (Fa1rfleld) 9-7; 152: Em· mons (Hamilton) md. Dean (lakota West) 15-7; 110: Horne (Wilmington) d. Gadd (HamU· ton) 11-5; 171: Pari<er (Fairfield) d. Baber (Pnnceton) 8-3; 181: P11ev (Lakota East) md. Curtis Rouse (Fairfield) 12-4; 215: Williams (takota East) pin Drew (Lakota West) 1:53; 275: Johnson (lakota East) pin Knight (Hamil· ton) 5:10. Third place

103: WHicocks (Falrfleld) d. Tourls (Lakota West) 8-7; 112: Shields (Western Hills) d. Conley (Glen Este) 6-2; 11t: Neal (lakota West) d. Hlebak (lakota East) 10·5 OT; 125: Waldroup (Lakota West) d. Aber (Wilmington) 3..(); 130: 5chmillauer (lakota East) d. Cummings (Wilmington) 3-2; 135: Maupin (Glen Este) md. Dillon (lakota East) 17-5; 140: (Colerain) If. Tennant (MDford) 19-3; 145: Monk (lakota West) d. Wisecup (WHmlngton) B-2; 152: Gadson (Fairfield) pin Honneriaw (Wilmington) 2:24; 110: Conley (lakota East) d. Hartman (lakota West) 3·1 OT; 171: De· Maris (Colerain) d. Rlha (Lakota West) 12-5; 189: May (Northwest) pin Beckett (Wilmington) 2:33; 215: Lester (Hammon) d. Letlfck (West· ern Hills) 8-1; 275: Rathman (LaSalle) d. Conner (lakota West) 7-o.

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I. Purcell Marian 186.5; 2. Ross 17B; 3. Clermorrl NE175; 4. New Richmond 162.5; 5. Roger Bacon ! 36; 6. Western Brown 120; 7. Taylor 101.5; 8. Norwood 85.5;9. Wyoming 77; 10. Indian Hill 67: 11. Goshen 54; 12.Fin· neytown 53: 13. Turpin 42.5: 14. McNicholas 40: 15. Bethel-Tate 33. First place

103: Shearer (Ross) d. Webb (CNE) 9-3: 112: Alsip (Norwood) d. Valentine (CNE) 7-6; 119: Melnklng (Purcell Marian) pin Lee (Ross) 4:48; 125: Siemer (Ross) md. Reiber (RogerBacon) 9·1; 130: Kanta (Ross) pin Campbell (CNE)4:51; 135: Toplcz (Indian Hill) d. Owens (Roger Bacon) 4-3: 140: Messer (Norwood) md. Hauck (Roger Bacon) 14·3; 145: Harmon (CNE) md. Phelps (Ross) 12·2; 152: Wilhelm (Taylor) d. Dean (CNE) 4·3; 110: Mullenger (Roger Bacon) d. Fuller (NewRichmond) 10-3; 171: Howard (Flnneytown) md. Eppens (Purcell Marian) 15-6; 18t: Hok:omb (New Richmond) pin Kindel (McNicholas) 2:22: 215: Keough (CNE) d. Ammar (Purcell Marian) 12-6; 275: Craver (Purcell Marian) pin PauiSimpson (West· ern Brown) 1:16. Tblrd place

103: Fisher (Wyoming) md. Bien (RogerBacon) 13·2; 112: Woods (Goshen) d. Potter (NewR!chmond) 4-3; 111: Coon (CNE) md. HaD (Indian HIU) 16·2; 125: Slone (New Richmond) pin Patrick (W.Brown) 2:19: 130: Tighe (Purcell Marian) md. Patrick (New Richmond) 15·5; 135: Melchiorre (Turpin) d. Hltt (Ross) 2·1; 140: Bowman (New Richmond) d. Lari<ln (CNE) 3-1; 145: Case (Purcell Marian) d. Porter (W.Brown) 7·4: 152: Garvey (Roger Bacon) pin Phlle (FIMeytown) 3:58: 110: Sargent(Goshen) d. Tamaska (Taylor) 3·2; 171: Randolph (New Richmond) pin Marion (Bethel· Tate) 2:54; 189: McMullin (Purcell Martan) pin Kurtzer (Indian HIU) 4:45; 215: Cox (Norwood) d. Brooksbank (Tay· lor) 7-6; 275: Dlckerschled (Ross) pin Reardon (Bethel· Tate) 3:23.

DMSION Ill AT LAKOTA FRESHMAN SCIIOOL T. . scores I. Madeira 253; 2. Carlisle 196; 3. Oakwood 142; 4. Reading 138; 5. Waynesville 118.5; 6. Madison 92.5; 7. SUmmit Co. Day 89; 8. Cln. tills Chr. 87; 9. Deer Pari< 59.5; 10. Lockland 51; II. Cln. COIIllry Day 42; 12. Mariemont 32.5; 13. N. Colege HIU 26; 14. Fenwick 16; 15. Clark Montessori 12. First place

103: Mages (Reading) d. Austin (caf11sle) 4-2; 112: Eckhardt (Carlsle) pin Schierlo11 (Lock· land) 3:49; Ut: Cottone (Madeira) pin Franz (Waynesvlle) 1:52; 125: Burroughs (Madeira) over Beach (Deer Pari<) default; 130: Kuykendall (Madeira) md. Shaver (Waynesville) 13-4; 135: Seta (Reading) md. Stapleton (Carlisle) 18-5; 140: Reynolds (Carlisle) d. llltlejohn (Madeira) 4..(); 145: Keiser (Cirt Country Day) d. Mages (Rea<lng) 7·3: 152: Davidson (Madeira) pin Kevin cantle1d (Oakwood) 3:28; 110: Whitt (ReadIng) d. Simmons (Madison) 5·1: 171: Cloran (Madeira) md. Bumgardner (Waynesville) 18-7; 181: CUmmings (Madeira) pin Tom Welage (Deer Pari<) 1:17; 215: WHson (Readlngj pin Monroe (Waynesvltle) 2:46; 275: Abdulghanl (Summit Co. Day) d. Roh e(Madelra) 6-5. Tlllrd place

103: Stelnef (WaynesviUe) pin Kendig (Oak· wood) 2:06; 112: Pelkey (OakWood) over Crow· ley (Madeira) defaiAI; 11t: Spohn (CHCA) md. Brown (Carl1sle) 20-7; 125: lanham (Madison) md. BogUcki (Reaclng) 14-5; 130: Waldman (Summit Co. Day) d. Savage (Oakwood) 10-4; 135: Loreaux (5<Jnmll Co. Day) md. Montgomery (Madison) 13·3; 140: Owens (Oakwood) pin Luckey (lockland) 2:13; 145: RuUedge (Madeira) If. De1laposta (Maclson) 17-2; 152: McKnight (Car1lsle) pin Ramirez (Madison) 4:42; 110: Bos101' (Cartlsle) pin Conlon (CHCA) 4:29; 171: Par· rish (CarUsle) pin Curry (Oakwood) 0:57; 18t: Townsley (Fenwick) d. Goff (Oakwood) 3-2; 215: Collins (SUmmit Co. Day) d. Snyder (Oakwood) 8-2; 275: LouAI1en (Deer Pari<) d. Brewer (Carlisle) B-4 OT.


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SECTIONAL WRESTLING RESULTS Division I at St. Xavier TEAM SCORES I. Elder 84.5; 2. St. Xavier 79.5; 3. Moeller 7B.5; 4. Harrison 84; 5. Oak Hills 60; 6. Loveland 50.5; 7. Talawanda 29.5; 8. Sycamore 23; 9. Anderson 20; 10. Mt. Healthy 19; 11. Hughes Center 10. FIRST ROUND 118: Lamplot (Loveland) pin Taylor (Hughes) 0:20; Jim Schultz (8der) pin Coorey (Anderson) 3:17 125: Campolongo (Oak HiUs) pin McGrath (St. Xavier) 3: 16; Foust (Harrison) dec. lach Tawney (Sycamore) 5-3 130: Sheehan (Moeller) pin Faulkner (Mt. Healthy) 1:49: Brater (Oak Hills) pin Rutherford ITalawandaj 1:32; Noyes (Harrison) dec. Blieden (Sycamore) 6-5 135: Mason-Straus (Sycamore) pin Stetter (Elder) 0:46; Hall (Oak Hills) pin Pennington (Talawanda) 5:27 ' 140: Serota (Sycamore) pin Rozmus (Anderson) 4:53 145: Ruther (St. Xavier) pin Fitch (Sycamore) 2:09; Coyle (Oak Hills) pin Merchant (Anderson) 4:10; Bunch (Harrison) tf. fall Antoine Davls(Winton Woods) 16-1; Nick Klaserner (EI· der) pin Jerad Ceaser(Hughes Centet) 3:29 152: Engleman (Hughes Center) md.aj. dec. Mason Qulck(Sycamore) lB-7; Jesse King(Lovetand) tf Nick Perry (Winton Woods) 25-9; Thomas (Elder) tf Unzicker (Talawanda) 21-2 160: Malinowski (St. Xavier) pin Magliano (Loveland) 5:22; Adkins (Moeller) dec. Shaw (Sycamore) 5-3 171: Krauth (Talawanda) pin Gallo (Oak Hills) 0:59 189: Chambers (Elder) pin Hawkins (Mt. Healthy) 1:26; Steigerwald (St. xavier) pin White (Hughes) 3:05: Lukens (Moeller) pin Osborne (Anderson) 1:27 215: CuUing (Anderson) pin Erdt (Walnut Hills) 1:45; Lester (Mt. Healthy) pin CrlsweU (Har· rison) 0:51; Ascher (Oak Hills) pin Darrow (Loveland) 0:59 275: Taylor (Hamson) pin Stephenson (Talawanda) 0:2B; Vance (St. xavier) pin Cross (Mt. Healthy) 0:38. Quarterfinal 103: Goode (Moeller) pin Tracy (Loveland) 0:37; Riestenberg (Elder) advanced with bye; Mclean (St. Xavier) tf Hurst (Oak Hills) lB-2; Dearwester (Harrison) tf Brunckhorst (Talawanda) 19-3 112: Hayden (Moeller) dec. Welch (Harri· son) 2·1; Stetter (Elder) pin HaMabaum (Talawanda) 2:2B: Love (Oak Hills) pin Weaver (Loveland) 3:45; Cook (St. xavier) pin Bannister (Winton Woods) 3:24 119: Candy (Moeller) dec. Lamplot (Loveland) lO·B OT; Crenshaw (Sycamore) md Wassler (Harrison) 11-3; Rengerlng (Oak HIUs) pin Murnan (St. Xavier) 1:58; Schultz (Elder) dec. Brunckhorst (Talawanda) 9-2 125: GiU (Loveland) pin Haverkos (Moeller) 1:32; Campolongo (Oak Hills) pin Mcintosh (Winton Woods) 0:32; McCoy (Elder) tf Dlma (Anderson) 17-2; Foust (Harrison) tf Forsberg (Mt. Healthy) 17-0 130: Cook (Loveland) pin Cleary (Winton Woods) 2:35: Sheehan (Moeller) dec. Brandon Medley (Anderson) 7-4; Linz (St. Xavier) dec. Brater (Oak Hills) 13-B; Spence (Elder) pin Noyes (Harrison) 0:58 135: Mason-Straus (Sycamore) pin Lane (Anderson); Smith (loveland) pin Roach (Mt. Healthy) 3:21: Hotopp (Harrison) pin Hall (Oak Hills) 1:24: Meyer (Moeller) dec. Cargile (St. Xavier) 3-2 140: Baria (Moeller) tf Bamonte (Harrison) 22-6; PhiUips (Talawanda) pin Dunk (Loveland) 4:41; Schille (Oak Hills) md Serota (Sycamore) 12·1; Carver (St. xavier) pin Berkemeyer (Elder) 0:37 145: Butler (Mt. Healthy) md Ruther (St. Xavier) 19-7: Gilbert (Moeller) dec. Coyle (Oak Hills) 19-12: Bunch (Harrison) pin Guller (Loveland) 0:42: Porter (Talawanda) md Klaserner (EI· der)l4-l 152: Gallagher (St. Xavier) dec. McDonough

(Harrison) 9-6; Engleman (Hughes Center) pin Hooven (Mt. Healthy) 1:58: King (Loveland) pin Wuestefeld (Oak Hills) 2:34; Thomas (Elder) dec. Schnitzler (Moeller) 5-2 160: Malinowski (St. Xavier) md Hyland(EIder) B·O; McGuire (Talawanda) tf McMiller (Hughes Center) 21·6: Fischer (Oak Hills) pin Gllndmeyer (Harrison) 2:57; Adklns(Moeller) pin Kassner(Anderson) 0:55 171: Sacksteder (Harrison) tf Krauth (Talawan<il) 16-1; Schweer (St. xavier) pin Thomas(Hughes Center) 2:57; Daggs (Anderson) pin Gllbert(Moeller) 1:44; Sernlng(Eider) md Hall (Sycamore) 12-3; 189: Chambers(Eider) pin Ehler (Winton Woods) 3:03; Steigerwald (St. Xavier) dec. Wise (Loveland) Tiebrk; Lukens(Moeller) md Magarill (Sycamore) 10-2; Waslnger(Harrison) pin D.J. Snider (Oak HIUS) 1:07; 215: Cuttlng(Anderson) pin Morton(Hughes Center) 1:29; Lester (Mt. HeaHhy) pin Hambert (Winton Woods) 0:44; Wessei(Moeller) pin A· scher(Oak Hills) 1:OB; Huber(Eider) md Bolte(St. xavier) 13-4 275: Taylor (Harrison) md McHenry (Oak Hills) B-0; Cross (Elder) pin Kromer (Moeller) 4:39; Allen (loveland) pin Patterson (Anderson) 0:11; Vance (St. xavier) pin Chambets (Hughes Center) 0:53.

Division I at Wilmington TEAM STANDINGS I. Lakota West 103, 2. Fairfield 100.5, 3. Lakota East 91.5, 4. Wilmington 79, 5. Colerain 43, 6. Hamilton 3B, 7. LaSalle 30.5, B. Princeton 29.5, 9. Western Hills 19, 10. Glen Este 15.5, 11. Milford 11, 12. Amelia 4, 13. Northwest 2. FIRST ROUND 103-Porter (Glen Este) tf. Harper 15·0; Tourls (Lakota West) p. Taylor (Milford) 5:06; Kist (Hamilton) p. Broach (Western Hills) 3:06; Mayles (Lakota East) d. Morris (Amelia) 4-0; Woolf (La Salle) d. McBrayer (Wilmington) 5-3. 112-Nitz (Fairfield) p. Evers (La Salle) 3:12: Duffy (Colerain) tf. Probus (Wilmington) 19-4. 119-Hahn (Fairfield) p. Powell (Northwest) 1:09; Neal (Lakota West) p. Denton (Glen Este) 3:4B; Shaffer (Amelia) p. Kaake (La Salle) :25; Rivera (Princeton) d. Alexander (Hamilton) 10-6. 125-Eppert (La Salle) d. Allen (Hamilton) 11-6; Waldroup (lakota West) p. Lehpamer (Glen Este) 4:59; Smith (Northwest) d. Kapp (Amelia) 7-1. 130-Aake (Lakota West) tf. Doxsey (Fairfield) 21·6; Alck (La Salle) tf. Brown (Western Hills) lB-2; Cummings (Wilmington) d. Crowe (Milford) 5·4: Freeland (Glen Este) d. Roth (Amelia) 6-3. 135-Wolery (Lakota West) p. Hamblin (Hamilton) 2:29. 140-Rose (Wilmington) d. Schmlttauer (Lakota WEast) B-3; CornweH (Fairfield) p. Barwick (Princeton) 2:51; Brewer (Colerain) tf. Meckstroth (Amelia) 19-4. 145-Wisner (Fairfield) d. Broering (La Salle) 9-6; Baynes (Lakota East) tf. Woulms (Western Hills) 16-1. 152-WIIder (Pr1nceton) p. Gerbus (Northwest) 5:49; Honnerlaw (Wilmington) p. Lee (Western Hills) 5:21: Dean (Lakota West) tf. Redmond (Glen Este) 19-3: Canfield (Lakota East) md. Swarts (Amelia) 2()-B: Gadson (Fairfield) p. Nlmeskem (La Salle) 1:25. 110-Hartman (Lakota West) p. Gault (Western Hills) 1:4B: Conley (Lakota East) d. Lehn (Amelia) 6-3; Kannady (Colerain) p. Galleo (Glen Este) :45; Lawson (Faltfield) p. Carpenter (Milford) 2:31. · 171-Parker (Fairfield) p. Hadley (Milford) 1:4B: Green (Wilmington) p. Elliott (Glen Este) 1:30; Baber (Princeton) d. Dietrich (La Salle) B-3. 189-Piiev (Lakota East) p. Stegman (Western Hills) :34: Martin (Colerain) p. McGuire (Mil· ford) 4:34: Rouse (Fairfield) tf. Riha (Lakota West) 2()-5. 215-WIIIIams (Lakota West) p. Good (Amelia) :23; Saylor (Fairfield) d. Lester (Hamilton! B-4; Leurck (Western Hills) p. Kehl (Colerain) 3:19: Drew (Lakota West) md. Salas (La Salle) 17-7.

HWT-Knight (Hamilton) p. McKendry (Fairfield) 1:43; Poor (Milford) p. Estep (Colerain) :44; Johnson (Lakota East) p. Haley (Wilmington) 2:41. QUARTERFINALS 103-Mathls (Princeton) tf. Porter (Glen Este) 15-0; WIUcocks (Fairfield) d. Touris (Lakota West) 6-5: Kist (Hamilton) p. Dickinson (Colerain) 5:26; Woolf (La Salle) p. Mayles (Lakota East) 1:39. 112-Goodman (Lakota West) p. Sarver (Northwest) 1:56; Shields (Western Hills) md. Nitz (Fairfield) 19-6; Conley (Glen Este) md. Duffy (Colerain) 11-3; Pierson (lakota East) p. Neill (Amelia) 1:20. 119-Hahn (Fairfield) p. Russell (Western Hills) 3:40: Neal (Lakota West) d. Braun (Colerain) B-5; Smith (Wilmington) d. Shaffer (Amelia) 10-6; Hlebak (lakota East) p. Rivera (Princeton) 1:48. 125-Sizernore (Lakota East) p. Eppert (La SaHe) 1:02; Waldroup (Lakota West) p. Graves (Western Hills) :32; Speneely (Fairfield) d. Smith (Northwest) 11-6; Abet (Wilmington) p. Dowdy (Princeton) 2:27. 130-Fiake (Lakota West) p. Orozco (Hamilton) 5:22; Flick (La Salle) p. Grow (Northwest) 1:59; Cummings (Wilmington) d. Schmlttauer (Lakota East) B· 7: Kunkel (Colerain) md. Freeland (Glen Este) 13-4. 135-Wolery (Lakota West) tf. Sneed (Fait· field) 26-10: Murphy (Wilmington) p. Freeland (Northwest) 1:03; Thomas (Princeton) md. Russell (Western Hills) 17-3; Dillon (Lakota East) d. Maupin (Glen Este) 17-14. 140-Mclntlre (Lakota West) tf. Rose (Wilmington) 19-3; Tennant (Milford) d. Flanigan (La Salle) 10-4; COfnweU (Fairfield) p. Miler (Northwest) :46; Brewer (Colerain) md. Berling (Glen Estel lB-9. 145-Monk (Lakota West) d. Cunningham (Glen Este) B-4; Wisner (Fairfield) p. Wells (Princeton) 3:0B; Wisecup (Wilmington) d. Koon (Colerain) 9-6; Baynes (Lakota East) p. Hernandez (Milfortl) 5:09. 152-Emmons (Hamilton) p. Wilder (Princeton) 1:19; HoMerlaw (Wilmington) d. Lobes (Mil· ford) 11-7 (ot); Dean (Lakota West) p. CanfiOld (Lakota East) 1:25; Gadson (Fairfield) md. Engel (Colerain) 15-5. 160-Home (Wilmington) md. Hartman (Lakota West) 9-0: Conley (Lakota East) p. Smith (Princeton) 5:41; Gadd (Hamilton) d. KaMady (Colerain) 9-2; Lawson (Fairfield) p. Bemecker (La Salle) 1:02. 171-Parker (Fairfield) p. Maffey (Northwest) 2:54; Green (WUmlngton) p. Nixson (Western Hills) 1:40; Babet (Princeton) d. Cetanzaro (Lakota East) 9·4; DeMaris (Colerain) p. Riha (Lakota West) 4:37. 189-PIIev (Lakota East) p. May (Northwest) 4:20; Beckett (Wilmington) d. Sieve (La Salle) 12-5: Martin (Colerain) d. McCoy (Hamilton) 4-1: Rouse (Fairfield) p. Haggard (Princeton) 4:00. 215-Willams (Lakota East) p. Waugh (Wdmlngton) 1:32; Saylor (Fairfield) p. Mooney (Northwest) 1:06; Leurck (Western Hills) p. Turner (Milford) 3:12: Drew (Lakota West) p. Frey (princeton) 2:19. 275-Knlght (Hamilton) p. ChaiUe (Western Hills) 1:07; Rathman (LaSalle) p. Way (Princeton) 1:42; Conner (Lakota West) p. Poor (Milford) 1: 13: Johnson (Lakota East) p. Amburgey (Arne· lla) 0:24.

Division Ill at Lakota TEAM SCORES 1. Madeira 77 .5; 2. Oakwood 63; 3. Summit Co. Day 50; 4. Carlisle 47; 5. WaynesvUie 42.5; 6. Reading 39; 7. Madison 34; B. Lockland 27.5: 9. Deer Park 26.5: 10. Cin. Hills Chr. 24.5; 11. Cin. Country Day 20; 12. N. College Hili 11: 13. Mariemont 6. First Round 125: Burroughs(Madelra) tech. fall Gross (Carlisle) 19-0: Hensley (N. College Hill) pin McNamara (Oakwood) 1:02; 130: Singer (Mariemont) pin Galetto (CHCA) 4:06; 135: Loreaux(SCD) maj. dec. Gettinger

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