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Old 12-21-16, 05:50 PM
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Darby D-1 District Rankings #4

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Some of the weights are bound to be wrong, especially this early in the year. Feel free to let me know if you have any insight or information.

106-
1. Logan Agin- Lancaster (2nd middle school state)
2. Blake Saito- O. Liberty (2nd middle school state)
3. Lucas Seibert- Westerville N. (6th district)
4. Mitch Herren- U. Arlington
5. Kyle Murray- Coffman
6. Doug Patterson- Mifflin
7. Michael Jones- Marysville
8. Nate Hammond- Teays Valley

Agin has been every bit the star that we expected.
He won a tournament title up at 113 at Olentangy where he beat middle school state placer Scotty Richter 6-4 and pinned a very tough Jacob Sherman.
Agin would follow up with a tournament title at Liberty where he beat state alternate Michael Shaw 13-7 in the semis and then majored former middle school state finalist Peyton Burgdorf 22-8 in the finals.

Saito wrestled 113 at Liberty where he won a championship after knocking off state placer Klay Reeves1-0 in the quarters.

Seibert drilled state qualifier Jared Dressler 12-1 in the finals to claim a title at the Kilted Klassic.

113-
1. Brakan Mead- O. Liberty (3rd, 2nd state)
2. Jacob Sherman- Olentangy
3. Zach Collins- Central Crossing (SQ)
4. Alec Fulwider- Watkins Mem. (5th district)
5. Micah Dusseau- Davidson
6. Griffin Wilfing- Lancaster
7. Amadi Bakari- West
8. Ben Brown- Darby

Mead kicked off the season in impressive fashion, placing 6th at Ironman where he beat former Ironman placer Jacob Dunlop 5-2 in the consolation quarters.
Mead bumped up to 120 and won a tournament title at Liberty where he beat state qualifier Addison Fogle 7-5 in the finals.

After winning the Kilted Klassic, Sherman powered to a 2nd place finish at North Canton where he beat Zach Collins 3-2 in the semifinals.

120-
1. Gio DiSabato- Davidson (4th, 6th state)
2. Jordan Rosselli- O. Liberty (SQ)
3. William Harris- Tri-Valley (SQ)
4. Jakaria Hossan- Coffman (SQ)
5. Bailey Munday- Big Walnut (5th district)
6. Cameron Farmer- Mt. Vernon (6th district)
7. Justin Rodriguez- Whetstone
8. Andrew Scherer- Westerville N.

Hossan placed 3rd at North Canton where he beat West Virginia state placer Tristan Adkins 12-3 in the consolation finals.

Scherer won a title at the Kilted Klassic where he beat Regi Reed 5-1 in the semis and then downed Liam Morrison 8-4 in the finals.

126-
1. Derek Sharp- Marysville (SQ)
2. Blake Wright- Westerville N. (1st middle school state)
3. Alex Lieb- Watkins Mem. (5th district, 2015 SQ)
4. Zach Williams- Hayes (SQ)
5. Luke Blaine- O. Liberty
6. Joey Hutsler- Lancaster
7. Devin Wood- Central Crossing
8. Austin Vensil- Tri-Valley

Sharp was 2nd to Ryan Wissel at the Kilted Klassic where he beat Blake Wright 3-1 in the semis.

Wood placed 6th at Hoover where he beat Vensil 6-3 in the consolation rounds.

132-
1. Josh Grant- Westerville N. (SQ)
2. Demetrius Monroe- Davidson (5th district)
3. Tre Bogetich- Westerville C. (6th district, 5th district 2015)
4. Zach Furnas- Olentangy Liberty (SQ)
5. James White- Hayes (5th district)
6. Brandon Hassel- Pickerington N.
7. Teddy Hill- U. Arlington (6th district)
8. Cray Miller- Lancaster

Bogetich beat state qualifier Drew Saunier 6-4 at the Marysville Duals.

138-
1. Luke Hernandez- Tri-Valley (8th state)
2. Carson Kharchilava- O. Liberty
3. Walker Heard- Marysville (SQ)
4. Tai Bloch- Darby
5. Ben Yost- Coffman (6th district)
6. Liam Alicardi- Westerville N.
7. Daniel Segura- Scioto
8. Derrick Mitchell- Lancaster

Hernandez placed 3rd at Hoover where he beat state qualifier Justin Shaw 9-4 in the consolation finals.

Itís great to see Kharchilava back on the mat and wrestling so well.
He earned gold at his home tournament after majoring district placer Josh Jaeckin 18-5 in the semis, and then thrashing West Virginia state placer Jarritt Flinn 15-2 in the finals.

145-
1. Jaden Mattox- Central Crossing (1st, 2nd state)
2. Dominick Demas- Coffman (2nd, 1st, 6th state)
3. Jake Marsh- Marysville (6th state)
4. Trey Grenier - O. Liberty (3rd state)
5. Xander Gore- Olentangy (SQ)
6. Cameron Jenkins- Westerville N. (SQ)
7. Henry Ledman- U. Arlington
8. Sean Grim- St. Charles

Demas placed 4th at Ironman where he beat Marsh 3-2, and then he earned a tournament title at North Canton where he teched West Virginia state finalist Zane Lanham 23-7 in the finals.

Marsh was a very impressive 7th at Ironman where he beat PA state placer Zach Hartman 8-2, state finalist Sandro Ramirez 4-2 SV, and state champ Kevon Freeman 4-3.

Gore placed 2nd at the Kilted Klassic and 3rd at the North Canton Holiday Tournament, besting very good Adam Shaw 4-3 in the consolation finals of the latter event.

Jenkins dropped to 145 and beat state qualifier Walker Heard 5-2 in the finals of the Kilted Klassic.

152-
1. Connor Brady- O. Liberty (4th state)
2. Riley Amador- Bradley (SQ)
3. Ben Tate- Mt. Vernon (5th district, SQ 2014)
4. Max Hall- Olentangy
5. Michael Duzzny- W. Kilbourn
6. Hunter Thornsberry- Newark
7. Sameh Ayoub- Davidson
8. Connor Evans- O. Orange

Brady was awesome at Ironman, beating nationally ranked wrestlers Anthony Artalona (5-2), Hunter Willits (3-2) and Julian Ramirez (2-1) while placing 3rd.
He followed that performance up with a dominant tournament title at his home event where he teched state qualifier Forrest Belli 20-5 in the finals.

160-
1. Kyle Lawson- O. Liberty (1st, 1st, 1st state)
2. Quentin Thatcher- Darby (5th district)
3. Logan Broskie- O. Orange (6th district)
4. Chance Esmont- Pickerington C. (5th district)
5. Derek Wilson- Licking Hts
6. Braden Held- Olentangy
7. Mitch Potterf- Westerville N.
8. Caden Walcott- Tri-Valley

Lawson picked up 4 first period pins on his way to a title at Liberty, sticking a very good Broskie in the finals.

Donít let the finals result fool you, Broskie had an awesome Liberty tournament, majoring state placer Luciano Mendicino 13-2 in the quarters and then beating West Virginia state bronze medalist Drew Dunbar 7-4 in the semis.

Wilson posted an impressive 6-0 win over state qualifier Riley Amador to earn a title at Olentangy.

170-
1. Trevor Lawson- O. Liberty (2nd state)
2. Shota Sisco- Pickerington C. (6th district)
3. Josiah Harrell- Licking Hts. (SQ 2015)
4. Oscar Brashear- W. Kilbourne
5. Hunter Heard- Marysville
6. Dante Fair- Watkins Mem.
7. A.J. McRitchie- Lancaster
8. Nate Frye- Reynoldsburg

Lawson placed 4th at the Ironman where he won an exciting 3-2 tiebreak bout over nationally ranked Bryce Rogers in the consolation semifinals.
A week later, he picked up a title at Liberty where he beat Harrell 2-1 in the semis.

Sisco bested Harrell 9-5 in the consolation finals at Liberty.

182-
1. Jared Ball- Darby (3rd state)
2. Cole Fitzpatrick- O. Liberty
3. Max Boyd- Watkins Mem. (6th district, 5th district 2015)
4. Carter Davidson- Hayes (6th district)
5. Hunter Knipp- O. Orange
6. Levi McKee- Newark
7. Bodi Bien- Westerville N.
8. Kyle Duty- Groveport-Madison

Ball was a monster at Ironman. Placing 3rd after pinning Cole Fitzpatrick, beating state qualifiers Tyler Stepic (4-2) and J.T. Brown (3-1 SV), and then majoring state champ Kaden Russell 12-1 in the consolation finals.

Fitpatrick earned an impressive 8th place finish at Ironman where he beat state placer Gage Braun 3-1 in the consolation rounds.

195-
1. Max Wright- Hayes (SQ)
2. Ashton Spurgeon- Mt. Vernon (5th district)
3. Brady Garren- Logan
4. Stephen Deluse- Lancaster
5. L.A. Kelly-Licking Hts.
6. Kalin Duty- Groveport-Madison
7. Mike Ezenekwe- O. Liberty
8. Dante Landolfi- U. Arlington

Spurgeon placed 5th at the SWOWCA where he defeated state qualifier Jackson Gear 4-3.

Deluse picked up a tournament title at Olentangy Liberty where he pinned state qualifier Alex Eckles in the finals.
He also avenged an earlier loss to Kelly with a 5-2 win in the semis.

220-
1. Slade Morley-U. Arlington
2. Bryce Houston-O. Orange
3. Mason Hay- Westerville N. (5th district)
4. Spencer Smith- Lancaster
5. Jacob Cover- Darby
6. Stephen Cottrill- St. Charles
7. Kyle Clark- Watkins Mem.
8. Michael Rosales-Flores- Olentangy

Morley pinned Houston, to establish himself as a frontrunner at this district. He also earned a title at his home tournament by pinning his way through the field.

Houston was tournament champ at Liberty where he beat Doug Childers 8-3 in the finals.

Spencer Smith was tournament champ at Olentangy and then placed 5th at Liberty

285-
1. Ben Frye- Coffman (4th state)
2. R.J. Harris- Zanesville (SQ)
3. Jon Hutson- Westerville N.
4. Austin Wolfe- Canal Winchester
5. Brian Zimmerman- Scioto
6. Dane Whittier- Grove City
7. Andrew Crooks- O. Liberty
8. Derick Bowman-Lancaster

Frye showed no ill effects of the move up to heavyweight, winning a title at Hoover where he beat state qualifier Ian Sharp 3-0 in the finals.

Wolfe beat Noah Wolf (Cooper, KY) 13-1 in the finals at Xenia to earn the title.

Zimmerman was tournament champ at Olentangy where he beat Luca Santillo 3-0 in the finals.


Teams:
1. Olentangy Liberty
2. Westerville N.
3. Lancaster
4. Dublin Coffman
5. Marysville
6. Darby
7. Hayes
8. Davidson/ Watkins Mem.

Liberty looked great at Ironman even without Kharchilava, Kyle Lawson, or Furnas.
Mead, Brady, Trevor Lawson, and Fitzpatrick all placed, knocking off a handlful of nationally ranked wrestlers along the way.
Theyíll be a lot of fun to watch at Brecksville if everyone makes the trip.

Westerville North should make some noise at Medina. Hopefully, Grant and Huston will be in the line-up for the event.
Iíve been really impressed with Jenkins, Wright, and Seibert so far and Alicardi seems to have turned a corner.

Wilfing has posted some very impressive results for Lancaster, and training with Agin everyday will only make him better.
Stephen Deluse jumped up a few weights with no lag. He, Bowman, and Smith will make a serious push for state qualification this year on the back end of their line-up.

Marysville has a solid squad from top to bottom as usual, and they also have some impressive high end talent led by Marsh who seems to jump levels every few weeks.
Tyler Bates is a guy that I have just outside of the rankings at 160 who could make a serious push for state qualification.


A special thanks to Boro Fan for all the insight into the weights of the wrestlers, Inside the Circle for all their great coverage and promotion of the Central District, Baumís Page and Jakeís Wrestling for all of the results that they provide, and to any of the other wrestling nerds that actually read these things.


-Max Pearce
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Old 12-21-16, 06:44 PM
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Mcclearn: good stuff.

Keep an eye on Jimmy Priest (Sr. 285) from Tri-Valley. He has backed up Spiker the past few years and is pretty seasoned ( wrestling as an extra in a lot of Varsity tournaments). He's put on a lot of good weight since last season and is a pretty big dude now. Like Spiker, he doesn't have a ton of offense, but could be a factor come Darby time and be competitive in slowed down escape, escape, OT, escape type matches. I believe he has split matches with Bowman this season and edged Zimmerman in a Tri. He's not a threat to Frye or Harris, but I think he is right there with anyone 3-8.
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Old 01-09-17, 01:57 PM
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Daniel Segura (Scioto) will be making a move up at 132 I hear. Nice win over the weekend.
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Old 01-09-17, 03:22 PM
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Newark Thornsberry 152lb #6 beat Amador #2 at GMVWA. Great match came down to final seconds.

Great job on these rankings, got to be hard to compile all that info. nice work
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Old 01-09-17, 03:34 PM
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As pointed out by someone on another thread, Darby's Mo Debyan had a coming out party at Medina. Beat a couple of good HWTs there. Should probably propel him to #3 or #4.
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Old 01-09-17, 04:05 PM
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If Marysville goes with W. Heard at 138 and Marsh at 145 expect Bates to go 152. Not sure if he has better shot of getting out at 152 or 160.

285 will be a jumbled mess below Frye and Harris and would expect whichever Marysville kid that wins the spot (Connolly or Smegal) to be in the push at Darby. Connolly pinned Zimmerman (DS) in the dual and then lost in OT at Kevin Cleveland. Not sure what happened to both in the consolation semi at Kevin Cleveland losing to kids the other had pinned earlier in the tourney.
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Old 01-09-17, 04:17 PM
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If Marysville goes with W. Heard at 138 and Marsh at 145 expect Bates to go 152. Not sure if he has better shot of getting out at 152 or 160.

285 will be a jumbled mess below Frye and Harris and would expect whichever Marysville kid that wins the spot (Connolly or Smegal) to be in the push at Darby. Connolly pinned Zimmerman (DS) in the dual and then lost in OT at Kevin Cleveland. Not sure what happened to both in the consolation semi at Kevin Cleveland losing to kids the other had pinned earlier in the tourney.
Why would Marsh go 145? It just seems log jammed there assuming Maddox does in fact wrestle at that weight.
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Old 01-09-17, 04:28 PM
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Why would Marsh go 145? It just seems log jammed there assuming Maddox does in fact wrestle at that weight.
Not sure but that is what he wrestled at Ironman and this rankings had him at 145. If Maddox does indeed go to 145 I tend to agree would make more sense for Marysville with W. Heard at 138, Marsh at 152, and Bates at 160.

But if Marsh does drop I would expect Bates to follow to 152 as he is giving up weight at 160.
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Old 01-09-17, 04:33 PM
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Not sure but that is what he wrestled at Ironman and this rankings had him at 145. If Maddox does indeed go to 145 I tend to agree would make more sense for Marysville with W. Heard at 138, Marsh at 152, and Bates at 160.

But if Marsh does drop I would expect Bates to follow to 152 as he is giving up weight at 160.
145 and 152 are insane. Can't wait for Dardy some really good kids are going to be left out.
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Old 01-09-17, 07:37 PM
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It's going to be interesting to see what Maddox and Marsh go.
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Old 01-10-17, 12:49 AM
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Daniel Segura (Dublin Scioto) establishes himself as the new #1 at 132.

220 Sam Beerman (Worthington Kilbourne) deserves to at least be ranked in the top 5 after his big pin over Mason Hay.

Deron Pulliham (Dublin Scioto) is a name to look out for at 170. Has a pin over Hunter Heard (Marysville) in their dual meet. With Oscar Brashear making the cut to 160 for the Kevin Cleveland Memorial, Pulliham will be looking to take the 4th spot at Darby behind Lawson, Sisco, and Harrell.
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Old 01-10-17, 07:15 AM
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I was told by a Tri-Valley coach that 120 Harris is out for the season.

At 113 Mitchell Coultas (10) from Licking Heights beat Bakari 12-1 and just tech falled a solid kid from Gahanna whose name escapes me right now.

LA Kelly of LH has certified at 182 but isn't sure where he is going for the post season. Im curious to see where you think he would fall at 182.

Cody Wilson from LH is a freshman JHSP (5th) and is currently 8-0 after being injured early. He will be in the mix there in the post season.
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Old 01-10-17, 08:06 AM
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LA Kelly of LH has certified at 182 but isn't sure where he is going for the post season. Im curious to see where you think he would fall at 182.
Interesting. Both weights (182 and 195) appear have about equal depth IMHO. The top 4 in each are really solid, so bracketing will be huge.

One benefit to dropping would be that Kelly is a great upper body wrestler with big throw capability. A bit easier to launch a 182 than it is a 195 all else being equal.
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Old 01-10-17, 08:08 AM
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Deron Pulliham (Dublin Scioto) is a name to look out for at 170. Has a pin over Hunter Heard (Marysville) in their dual meet. With Oscar Brashear making the cut to 160 for the Kevin Cleveland Memorial, Pulliham will be looking to take the 4th spot at Darby behind Lawson, Sisco, and Harrell.
Agree there. The top 3 at 170 are super tough. #4 looks open for business amongst several.
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Old 01-11-17, 08:26 AM
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Nate Frye (Reynoldsburg) and Oscar Brashear (Worthington Kilbourne) both make the drop to 160, which makes 170 a little more open.

160 Mitch Potterf (Westerville North) is out for the season with a torn ACL

138 Malek Mustafa (Dublin Scioto) picks up a 5-3 decision over Liam Alicardi (Westerville North) in the semis of the Kevin Cleveland Memorial. Then Avery Flanagan (Olentangy) tech falls Mustafa in the finals.

At heavyweight, there are about 8 guys who are all on a similar level behind Frye and Harris. Wolfe (CW), Hutson (WN), Debyan (HD), Zimmerman (DS), Connolly (M), Murphy (O), Priest (3V), Whittier (GC)
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Lennox Wollack (Dublin Coffman) could be one to watch at 170. He can be dangerous. Won't challenge the Top 3, but I could see him being in the mix at the 4-8 slots.
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Old 01-11-17, 01:02 PM
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QUOTE=Lambeau Fields;6673622]Lennox Wollack (Dublin Coffman) could be one to watch at 170. He can be dangerous. Won't challenge the Top 3, but I could see him being in the mix at the 4-8 slots.[/QUOTE]

Agreed, Lenox Wollack is a sleeper. High-level Judo kid, Fargo AA Cadet Greco. He's a thrower and a pinner and therefore has a punchers chance against anyone. Could be a problem early round matchup for a seeded kid, or a tough draw in the wrestlebacks....
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Old 01-11-17, 01:59 PM
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Agreed, Lenox Wollack is a sleeper. High-level Judo kid, Fargo AA Cadet Greco. He's a thrower and a pinner and therefore has a punchers chance against anyone. Could be a problem early round matchup for a seeded kid, or a tough draw in the wrestlebacks....
Love the judo/Greco combo. With Feeney in his room he probably knows how to use his legs better than most. Totally underappreciated art form IMO.
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Wolfe (CW), Hutson (WN), Debyan (HD), Zimmerman (DS), Connolly (M), Murphy (O), Priest (3V), Whittier (GC)
Hutson still has 3-4 weeks of recovery from his broken leg until he is able to wrestle again. Assuming he is pretty out of shape after being in a cast for 2+ months, this will only give him a week or two of mat time before sectionals. Wolfe has been wrestling the most consistently out of the bunch, he is still unbeaten at 18-0 with Debyan heating up quite a bit as well.
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Per Twitter... Hilliard Darby 43, Delaware Hayes 28
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Per Twitter... Hilliard Darby 43, Delaware Hayes 28
Hilliard Darby 43 Delaware Hayes 28
106 Grose (HD) tech fall Coldiron 15-0
113 Brown (HD) pinned Burton 5:29
120 Raquepaw (D) pinned Naidu 1:39
126 Williams (D) dec Davidson 8-3
132 C Rayburn (HD) pinned Hazelton 3:37
138 Bloch (HD) pinned White IV 4:39
145 Sutandar (D) tech fall Holt 17-1
152 A Rayburn (HD) pinned May 1:37
160 Thatcher (HD) maj dec Henley 16-3
170 Hypes (D) maj dec Dixon 15-3
182 Ball (HD) maj dec Davidson 18-6
195 David (D) maj dec Beneker 9-1
220 Wright (D) by forfeit
285 Debyan (HD) pinned Rush 0:51
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Olentangy Orange vs. Olentangy Liberty
Thursday January 12, 2017
Olentangy Liberty 50
Olentangy Orange26

RESULTS
106 pounds Rutsky, Olentangy Liberty,won by pin over Jackson, Olentangy Orange, 1:20.
113 pounds Saito, Olentangy Liberty,won by pin over Kroger, Olentangy Orange, 1:54.
120 pounds Mead, Olentangy Liberty,won by pin over Torio, Olentangy Orange, 1:48.
126 pounds Leary, Olentangy Liberty,won by dec. over Hipsher, Olentangy Orange, 10-4.
132 pounds Stewart, Olentangy Liberty,won by pin over Monago, Olentangy Orange, 1:44.
138 pounds Furnas, Olentangy Liberty,won by dec. over Schoenleb, Olentangy Orange, 17-2.
145 pounds Eberly, Olentangy Liberty,won by pin over Bluntschly, Olentangy Orange, 1:09.
152 pounds Evans, Olentangy Orange,won by dec. over Quillin, Olentangy Liberty, 16-1.
160 pounds Broskie, Olentangy Orange,won by pin over Cox, Olentangy Liberty, 1:08.
170 pounds K. Lawson, Olentangy Liberty,won by pin over Sensibaugh, Olentangy Orange, 1:06.
182 pounds T. Lawson, Olentangy Liberty,won by forfeit over , .
195 pounds Ezenekwe, Olentangy Liberty,won by pin over Kreutzer, Olentangy Orange, 1:15.
220 pounds Houston, Olentangy Orange,won by dec. over Kuhl, Olentangy Liberty, 11-5.
285 pounds Stevenson, Olentangy Orange,won by pin over Hatcher, Olentangy Liberty, 1:59.
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Old 01-12-17, 09:55 PM
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Hilliard Davidson vs. Upper Arlington
Thursday January 12, 2017
Upper Arlington 48
Hilliard Davidson 22


RESULTS
106 pounds Herren, Upper Arlington,won by forfeit over , .
113 pounds Dusseau, Hilliard Davidson,won by dec. over Bowers, Upper Arlington, 20-10.
120 pounds DiSabato, Hilliard Davidson,won by pin over Pearson, Upper Arlington, 2:28.
126 pounds Orlando, Upper Arlington,won by pin over Lucy, Hilliard Davidson, 3:20.
132 pounds Hill, Upper Arlington,won by pin over Price, Hilliard Davidson, 1:48.
138 pounds Harris, Upper Arlington,won by dec. over Jones, Hilliard Davidson, 8-6.
145 pounds DeWeese, Hilliard Davidson,won by pin over Ledman, Upper Arlington, 2:32.
152 pounds Trifelos, Upper Arlington,won by pin over Blevins, Hilliard Davidson, 5:05.
160 pounds Conrad, Hilliard Davidson,won by pin over Tzagournis, Upper Arlington, 5:09.
170 pounds Soghomonyan, Upper Arlington,won by dec. over Morrison, Hilliard Davidson, 9-3.
182 pounds Freeman, Upper Arlington,won by dec. over Yoder, Hilliard Davidson, 11-9.
195 pounds Landolfi, Upper Arlington,won by pin over Hughey, Hilliard Davidson, 1:08.
220 pounds Morley, Upper Arlington,won by pin over Ball, Hilliard Davidson, 0:13.
285 pounds Botello, Upper Arlington,won by dec. over Lynch, Hilliard Davidson, 5-2.
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Westerville Central vs. Westerville North @ Otterbein University 6:30 PM 1/10/17

Westerville North 60 Westerville Central 12

106 Jack Stallings (WN) win via forfeit
113 Lucas Seibert (WN) win via forfeit
120 Double forfeit
126 Andrew Scherer (WN) pin Adam Snively (WC) 1:59
132 Josh Grant (WN) pin Justin Fry (WC) 0:51
138 Tre Bogetich (WC) dec. Liam Alicardi (WN) 9-2
145 Cody Mayes (WC) pin Trevor Long (WN) 2:25
152 Cam Jenkins (WN) win via forfeit
160 Jacob Goldsmith pin (WC) 0:42
170 James Schneider (WC) dec. Zach Pryfogle (WN) 9-3
182 Bodi Bien (WN) pin Devin Stevko (WC) 2:36
195 Jackson Blackstone (WN) pin Gavin Rodriguez (WC) 0:56
220 Mason Hay (WN) pin Nick DeRose (WC) 1:06
285 Davis Gaylord (WN) pin Ian Manahan (WC) 1:50
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Westerville South @ Olentangy
Wednesday January 11th, 2017

Olentangy 57 Westerville South 21

106 Mo Khanal (WS) win by forfeit
113 Noah Davis (O) win by forfeit
120 Jacob Sherman (O) pin Dylan Winters (WS) 2:36
126 Nick Varanelli (O) pin Seth Chrisman (WS) 1:37
132 Bobby Henderson (WS) pin Israel Foston (O) 0:59
138 Brady Pethtel (O) win via forfeit
145 Isaac Roussos (WS) dec. Avery Flanagan (O) 9-4
152 Max Hall (O) pin Wesley Easterlin (WS) 0:59
160 Brice Kade (O) pin Aaron Morton (WS) 3:17
170 Kyle McCoy (O) pin Brendan Cleaver (WS) 1:24
182 Ethan Robinson (O) pin Coleman Bates (WS) 0:48
195 Colton Doup (O) dec. Gunner Dill (WS) 3-1
220 Taveon Falls (WS) pin Michael Rosales-Flores (O)
285 Nathan Murphy (O) pin Andrew Rice (WS) 0:40
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Olentangy Orange vs olentangy Liberty

It was OO Jackson 106 over liberty Rutsky by pin
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Olentangy Orange vs. Olentangy Liberty
Thursday January 12, 2017
Olentangy Liberty 50
Olentangy Orange26

RESULTS
106 pounds Rutsky, Olentangy Liberty,won by pin over Jackson, Olentangy Orange, 1:20.
113 pounds Saito, Olentangy Liberty,won by pin over Kroger, Olentangy Orange, 1:54.
120 pounds Mead, Olentangy Liberty,won by pin over Torio, Olentangy Orange, 1:48.
126 pounds Leary, Olentangy Liberty,won by dec. over Hipsher, Olentangy Orange, 10-4.
132 pounds Stewart, Olentangy Liberty,won by pin over Monago, Olentangy Orange, 1:44.
138 pounds Furnas, Olentangy Liberty,won by dec. over Schoenleb, Olentangy Orange, 17-2.
145 pounds Eberly, Olentangy Liberty,won by pin over Bluntschly, Olentangy Orange, 1:09.
152 pounds Evans, Olentangy Orange,won by dec. over Quillin, Olentangy Liberty, 16-1.
160 pounds Broskie, Olentangy Orange,won by pin over Cox, Olentangy Liberty, 1:08.
170 pounds K. Lawson, Olentangy Liberty,won by pin over Sensibaugh, Olentangy Orange, 1:06.
182 pounds T. Lawson, Olentangy Liberty,won by forfeit over , .
195 pounds Ezenekwe, Olentangy Liberty,won by pin over Kreutzer, Olentangy Orange, 1:15.
220 pounds Houston, Olentangy Orange,won by dec. over Kuhl, Olentangy Liberty, 11-5.
285 pounds Stevenson, Olentangy Orange,won by pin over Hatcher, Olentangy Liberty, 1:59.
Not that it matters a whole bunch, but Jackson from Orange had the pin at 106 (not the other way around). Liberty is very tough; they rested some starters and look to be deep at a good amount of weights. But we knew that.
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