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BOWLING

Friday’s Late Results

BOYS

Carroll 2943, Franklin 2609

High Series: Hauber (C) 465; Hoffer (F) 414.

GIRLS

Carroll 2303, Franklin 2217

High Series: Bunnell (F) 382; Cooper (C) 418.

WRESTLING
STATE TEAM TOURNAMENT

At St. John’s Arena

Division I

QUARTERFINALS

Brecksville 40, Oregon Clay 19

Mass. Perry 49, Marysville 24

St. Edward 66, Pick. Central 4

Moeller 49, Centerville 12

106 Kruspe (M) pin Hogan (C) 1:21; 113 Ziegler (M) maj. dec. Barklay (C) 13-5; 120 Watson (C) dec. Ward (M) 7-2; 126 Crasto (C) Forfeit; 132 Mendel (M) maj. dec. Smith (C) 12-0; 138 Tallarigo (M) dec. Hale (C) 11-4; 145 Bohameck (M) maj. dec. Abney (C) 11-3; 152 Wilson (M) pin Bair (C) 1:31; 160 Morton (M) dec. Cochran (C) 3-2; 170 Gilchrist (C) dec. Meyer (M) 9-2; 182 Rosser (M) dec. Conner (C) 3-1; 195 Thornberry (M) maj. dec. Tonkin (C) 9-0; 220 Frueauf (M) pin Jennings (C) 1:25; 285 Swoboda (M) pin Cooper (C) 0:34.

SEMIFINALS

Mass. Perry 41, Moeller 23

St. Edward 48, Brecksville 15

State Finals

St. Edward 28, Mass. Perry 21

Division II

QUARTERFINALS

Claymont 36, Perry 22

Toledo C.C. 37, Lexington 30

Graham 60, Athens 12

106 Stickley (G) pin St. Peter (A) 3:40; 113 Seipel (G) pin Gainey (A) 1:06; 120 Moore (G) pin Covington (A) 1:46; 126 Kastl (G) maj. dec. Hallowell (A) 15-5; 132 M. Jordan (G) pin Vu (A) 1:47; 138 Abdella (A) pin Henkle (G) 3:36; 145 Lazear (A) dec. G. Jordan (G) 6-4; 152 Marinelli (G) pin H. St. Peter (A) 2:29; 160 B. Jordan (G) tech. fall Stalder (A) 18-1; 170 Thomas (G) maj. dec. Tritipo (A) 17-5; 182 Couchman (G) tech. fall West (A) 17-2; 195 Thedor (G) Forfeit; 220 Welty (G) pin DeBruin (A) 5:17; 285 Love (A) dec. Hayes (G) 2-0.

Ross 31, CVCA 30

106 Cox (R) dec. Brainard (CVCA) 7-5; 113 Bennett (CVCA) maj. dec. Williams (R) 16-3; 120 Tomasello (CVCA)  Forfeit; 126 Decatur (CVCA) tech. fall Yerace (R) 22-5; 132 Dobben (CVCA) pin Russell (R) 1:37; 138 Simonelli (CVCA) dec. Byrd (R) 8-7; 145 Jones (R) dec. Hojnacki (CVCA) 6-2; 152 Dobben (CVCA) dec. Dunn (R) 7-2; 160 Jones (R) dec. Meadows (CVCA) 5-2; 170 Sayers (R) pin Havener (CVCA) 3:53; 182 Maclellan (CVCA) dec. Davis (R) 5-4; 195 Bridwell (R) dec. Havener (CVCA) 6-2; 220 Heimkreiter (R) pin Gibson (CVCA) 1:48; 285 Peacock (R)  Forfeit.

SEMIFINALS

Graham 43, Toledo C.C. 18

106 Stickley (G) dec. Portillo (T) 6-0; 113 Seipel (G) maj. dec. Pool (T) 18-5; 120 Moore (G) dec. Mossing (T) 3-1; 126 Hagan (T) dec. Kastl (G) 1-0; 132 Ohnmeiss (G)  Forfeit; 138 M. Jordan (G) maj. dec. Mossing (T) 13-5; 145 G. Jordan (G) dec. Jackson (T) 5-2; 152 Marinelli (G) tech. fall Kaucher (T) 28-13; 160 B. Jordan (G) pin Beauch (T) 1:42; 170 Thomas (G) dec. Murrey (T) 14-7; 182 Couchman (G) pin Fann (T) 1:41; 195 Gregory (T) dec. Thedor (G) 7-6; 220 Norwood (T) pin Welty (G) 3:43; 285 Fisher (T) pin Hayes (G) 1:36.

Claymont 48, Ross 22

106 T. Warner (C) pin Cox (R) 1:27; 113 D. Warner (C) pin Williams (R) 0:26; 120 Clark (C) dec. Yerace (R) 7-1; 126 Burcher (C) pin Russell (R) 1:05; 132 Dillon (C) pin Young (R) 1:29; 138 Avery (C) over Byrd (R) def; 145 Jones (R) pin Herron (C) 3:51; 152 Dunn (R) maj. dec. Peters (C) 15-7; 160 Jones (R) dec. Peters (C) 6-4; 170 Dennis (C) pin Sayers (R) 2:45; 182 Crall (C) pin Sayers (R) 0:08; 195 Davis (R) dec. Gray (C) 5-4; 220 Harding (C) dec. Bridwell (R) 10-3; 285 Peacock (R) pin Heenry(C) 1:19.

State Finals

Graham 36, Claymont 24

106 Warner (C) dec. Stickley (G) 7-4; 113 Seipel (G) dec. Warner (C) 6-4sv; 120 Moore (G) dec. Clark (C) 6-4; 126 Burcher (C) pin Kastl (G) 1:34; 132 M. Jordan (G) pin Dillon (C) 3:10; 138 Avery (C) dec. Henkle (G) 1-0; 145 Herron (C) dec. G. Jordan (G) 4-1; 152 Marinelli (G) tech. fall Peters (C) 19-4; 160 B. Jordan (G) pin Peters (C) 0:41; 170 Thomas (G) maj. dec. Dennis (C) 15-3; 182 Couchman (G) dec. Crall (C) 4-2sv; 195 Welty (G) pin Gray (C) 5:08; 220 Harding (C) over Thedor (G)  0:27; 285 Heenry(C) dec. Courtwright (G) 6-0.

Division III

QUARTERFINALS

Delta 59, Keystone 13

John. Northridge 35, Amanda-Clearcreek 33

Tuslaw 51, Blanchester 27

Versailles 40, Upper Sandusky 30

106 Dyer (US) pin Vogel (V) 0:42; 113 Henry (V) pin Orians (US) 3:14; 120 Mengerink (US) pin Dieringer (V) 2:24; 126 Slonkosky (V) pin Hansen (US) 1:44; 132 Mangen (V) maj. dec. Richmond (US) 19-9; 138 Subler (V) pin Landrum (US) 3:01; 145 Platfoot (V) pin Gillen (US) 1:35; 152 Kenner (US) dec. Christian (V) 9-5; 160 Frey (US) pin McGlinch (V) 1:01; 170 Cain (V) dec. Thomas (US) 10-3; 182 Pritchard (US) pin Francis (V) 0:45; 195 Dieringer (V) dec. Robertson (US) 5-1; 220 Baker (US) dec. Richard (V) 9-2; 285 Smith (V) pin Overgaard (US) 0:54.

SEMIFINALS

Tuslaw 51, John. Northridge 15 

Delta 45, Versailles 24

106 Dailey (D) pin Vogel (V) 1:03; 113 Spiess (D) pin Henry (V) 0:50; 120 Keller (D) pin Dieringer (V) 2:30; 126 Marteney (D) dec. Slonkosky (V) 4-3u; 132 Mangen (V) dec. Dailey (D) 5-3utb; 138 Subler (V) dec. Valentine (D) 10-4; 145 Fahrer (D) pin Platfoot (V) 1:30; 152 Miller (D) pin Christian (V) 5:57; 160 Mattin (D) pin Cain (V) 2:30; 170 Colvin (D) pin Gigandet (V) 2:53; 182 N. Francis (V) pin Keller (D) 1:14; 195 Dieringer (V) dec. M. Francis (D) 7-1; 220 Smith (V) dec. Richards (D) 3-1sv; 285 Richard (V) Forfeit .

State Finals

Delta 52, Tuslaw 17

 


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