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Old 02-08-19, 07:29 PM
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Old 02-09-19, 06:23 AM
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.....yeah! your right like tom petty used to sing ( CALL OUT THE INSTIGATOR)....
Deubel, how many won state when you wrestled in high school.
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Old 02-09-19, 06:42 AM
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........so thats 4 state champions....elyria still leading with 5.....do i make sense here...i never could see eye to eye with elyria folks about wrestling. HAVE YOU EVER SEEN THE RAIN ....
Why because you talked a bunch of smack to other parents cause your son may have been having a bad practice. Is that why you no longer like Elyria. Man how many screen names do you have one for every voice in your head. Isn’t that a song too I like this game. This is your third name in a few months. Hopefully boy has great run at OAC state. It will not be that long before he is in High School. Where has he been practicing since you guys left Elyria since can’t see eye to eye with them. You guys do have that “Eye of the Tiger” going for you but can’t remember the band. Great warm up song too. Best of luck to the boy, by the way is he still planning on staying in Elyria Schools for high school.
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Old 02-09-19, 07:33 AM
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Troy Bowers

Troy Bowers from Westerville South wrestling (March 4-6, 1999) - A broken hand sidelined him for a month of the regular season, but Bowers went on to pin three of his four opponents at state and win the Division I title at heavyweight. In the final, Bowers pinned future NFL player Alex Stepanovich of Berea in 1:03.
Bowers was Westerville South’s first State Champ in school history.
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Old 02-09-19, 07:39 AM
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Lee Kemp Chardon
Markus Mollica Walsh
Will Knight Shaker Heights
Kore Sharpley Shaker Heights
Shantell Sanders CAPE
Airron Richardson Toledo Scott
Kevin Randleman Sandusky




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Old 02-09-19, 08:38 AM
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Some other greats...

Lee Kemp Chardon
Markus Mollica Walsh
Will Knight Shaker Heights
Kore Sharpley Shaker Heights
Shantell Sanders CAPE
Airron Richardson Toledo Scott
Kevin Randleman Sandusky




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Jermaine Daniels, twice & Tommy Tye, twice.
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Old 02-09-19, 02:07 PM
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wholl stop the rain.....

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Why because you talked a bunch of smack to other parents cause your son may have been having a bad practice. Is that why you no longer like Elyria. Man how many screen names do you have one for every voice in your head. Isn’t that a song too I like this game. This is your third name in a few months. Hopefully boy has great run at OAC state. It will not be that long before he is in High School. Where has he been practicing since you guys left Elyria since can’t see eye to eye with them. You guys do have that “Eye of the Tiger” going for you but can’t remember the band. Great warm up song too. Best of luck to the boy, by the way is he still planning on staying in Elyria Schools for high school.
.....t.z..is i....figured it out big dummy...like fred says to lamont.....somebuddie must of made you look stupid....and will again...maybe from the chaucy shives band (gang).......ill talk to the deubels..about elyria..about that boy.... the eye of the tiger ...is a jethro tull tune....figure that out 2....theme song to rocky is a remake!.......30 minutes later...i talked to the peskars and they said...just let it be!....and whereever the boy goes to school hell be fine!....they said he weighs about 127 lbs now!

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Old 02-09-19, 04:24 PM
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whats that supposed to mean

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Deubel, how many won state when you wrestled in high school.
.........something in the air.........tom petty.....
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Old 02-09-19, 04:53 PM
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turn the page....bob segar

back to the future.....in the year 2525....
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Old 02-09-19, 09:18 PM
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Akron Kenmore has 2
Dontae "Squeeky" Smith 1988
Jermain Thompson 2002

Akron Buchtel has 3 runner-ups
Richard Decatur 1980 (Jordan and Jacob's Uncle)
Bobby Jackson 1986
Sandy Womack 1987
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Old 02-09-19, 09:46 PM
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David Tarrtt Warrensville Hts 1996 or 1995 cant remember
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Old 02-10-19, 01:21 PM
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sandusky .....irby..and randleman..possibly more....what happened to STARTER OF THIS THREAD....CHIDLY WIDLY......he outa know about all these schools along the watch tower....i mean the lake........he dont know what it is to be RUNNING ON EMPTY....OR IS IT DOCTOR MY EYES......have seen the BAD AND THE GOOD....

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Old 02-10-19, 10:02 PM
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Roger Merrell 1997
Omar Scruggs - Sycamore - 1999
Tomazz Wilson Woodmore 1994, 1995
maybe Ana Abdujelil - Whitehall Yearling 2016
LaConte Merrell 1992
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Old 02-10-19, 10:17 PM
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Roger Merrell 1997
Omar Scruggs - Sycamore - 1999
Tomazz Wilson Woodmore 1994, 1995
maybe Ana Abdujelil - Whitehall Yearling 2016
LaConte Merrell 1992
right, Ana Abdujelil beat the freshman- Jeffery Thomas
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Old 02-10-19, 10:33 PM
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in 1969.......the year of the cat.....I MEAN A WILDCAT.....LIKE HENDRIX SINGS.........SHAWN GATREL WAS NCAA CHAMP AS FRESHMAN AT OKLAHOMA ST...THEN GAVE UP WRESTLING....
Shawn Garel, Oklahoma - Shawn Garel won the 118-pound NCAA title in 1975 and beat future NCAA champions Mark DiGirolamo and Mike Land on his way to the finals. In what was probably the toughest weight class in the history of the tournament, there were three other future NCAA champions and two runner-ups in that 118-pound bracket.....brutal!

Shawn Garel - 1975 champion
Mike Land - 1978 champion
Jack Spates - 1973 champion
Mark DiGirolamo - 1976 champion
Andy Daniels - 1978 champion
Nick Gallo - 1977 champion
Jim Brown - 1975 runner up
???????? - runner up

Not bad for one weight class with lots of Ohio talent..... 6 champs and 2 runners up.
I’m missing one runner up, if anyone knows you will be awarded $1,000,000 from “crooked bdhof”. If for some reason he doesn’t pay you the $1,000,000 as agreed upon here, that simply proves he’s crooked!

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Old 02-11-19, 02:43 AM
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Before 1990 I don't want to assume I know that they are African American but the list of 2xers can be found here
https://ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Sports/W...ate-Champs.pdf

John Weakley(CVCA)- This would bring my count to 4 for CVCA (Weakley, Jacob & Jordan Decatur, & Lester ). Is there any other 1 time champs from CVCA that are African American? I believe CVCA has the total title record. With 10 titles between these 4 wrestlers. Awesome!
I love the Black History Month thread. Just recently read about the passing of Frankie Robinson, the first Black manager in MLB history. Very inspiring.

Getting back to CVCA wrestling history with black athletes; Damion Lester, Justin Tripp, Thomas Wndom and Ryan Bennet were all African American multiple state placers for CVCA.
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Old 02-11-19, 02:51 AM
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surprise it wasn't already not posted, but current OSU freshmen redshirt Kevion Freeman a 3x State Champ from Lake Catholic (I believe the first black State champ ever from Lake Catholic).
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Old 02-11-19, 11:27 AM
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Some other greats...

Lee Kemp Chardon
Markus Mollica Walsh
Will Knight Shaker Heights
Kore Sharpley Shaker Heights
Shantell Sanders CAPE
Airron Richardson Toledo Scott
Kevin Randleman Sandusky




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Airron Richardson was actually from Toledo Start, he is our one and only State Champion. Airron also went on to win a National title that year.
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Old 02-11-19, 06:37 PM
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Shawn Garel, Oklahoma - Shawn Garel won the 118-pound NCAA title in 1975 and beat future NCAA champions Mark DiGirolamo and Mike Land on his way to the finals. In what was probably the toughest weight class in the history of the tournament, there were three other future NCAA champions and two runner-ups in the 118-pound bracket.....brutal!
Garel was a Soph. when he won the NCAA's in 75. He wrestled some during his freshmen year, but he was behind Gary Breece, who won the NCAA's that year (it was harder to redshirt back then). That was pre- Title IX, so they had a lot more scholarships and depth on teams.

Garel did come back his Jr year (1976) to defend his title and was the #1 seed at 118. But he didn't make weight on the second day of the tourney and the coach booted him off the team.. He had wrestled 118 since HS.

My old coach coached him at East Cleveland Shaw. Shaw almost won the AAA state title in 1972. Back then you could win it with 35 or so points (esp. if Maple had a down year). Garel's cousin, David Grant was second in the state that year. It had to be the only time a predominantly black, inner-city school contended for a state title
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Old 02-12-19, 10:34 AM
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you talk about them superman songs...GET OFF MY CLOUD...

IF THERE WAS SOMEONE TO BEAT SUPERMAN...garel would be the guy,,,seen him losing in a semi-final match at garfield hts sectional 10-1 after 1st period...stormed back ...LIKE A HURRICANE...AND WON 23-15... THE STONES HAD AGREAT LINE HERE...about some superhero on his own cloud...WOW THIS GAREL REALLY WAS GREAT........THANKS RANDYLOATHSOME FOR SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT.... THESE KIDS AND THIS GENERATION SHOULD KNOW ABOUT GAREL...AND HIS CUZ.....
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Old 02-13-19, 09:45 AM
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Shawn Garel, Oklahoma - Shawn Garel won the 118-pound NCAA title in 1975 and beat future NCAA champions Mark DiGirolamo and Mike Land on his way to the finals. In what was probably the toughest weight class in the history of the tournament, there were three other future NCAA champions and two runner-ups in that 118-pound bracket.....brutal!

Shawn Garel - 1975 champion
Mike Land - 1978 champion
Jack Spates - 1973 champion
Mark DiGirolamo - 1976 champion
Andy Daniels - 1978 champion
Nick Gallo - 1977 champion
Jim Brown - 1975 runner up
???????? - runner up

Not bad for one weight class with lots of Ohio talent..... 6 champs and 2 runners up.
I’m missing one runner up, if anyone knows you will be awarded $1,000,000 from “crooked bdhof”. If for some reason he doesn’t pay you the $1,000,000 as agreed upon here, that simply proves he’s crooked!
That 1975 bracket at 118 was loaded w/ talent as stated above, much of it from Ohio. In addition to NCAA champs Garel, East Cleveland Shaw, and Daniels, Akron Butchel, Brown, Akron Ellet, was an NCAA 2nd in 1975 and Myron Shapiro, Toledo Rogers, was an NCAA 3rd that year. So you had the top three all from Ohio with a future champ, Daniels, also in there. You also had Paul Schoenauer, a state champ from Euclid, and Steve Stalnaker, a state champ from Johnathan Alter.

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Old 02-13-19, 11:54 AM
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Shawn Garel, Oklahoma - Shawn Garel won the 118-pound NCAA title in 1975 and beat future NCAA champions Mark DiGirolamo and Mike Land on his way to the finals. In what was probably the toughest weight class in the history of the tournament, there were three other future NCAA champions and two runner-ups in that 118-pound bracket.....brutal!

Shawn Garel - 1975 champion
Mike Land - 1978 champion
Jack Spates - 1973 champion
Mark DiGirolamo - 1976 champion
Andy Daniels - 1978 champion
Nick Gallo - 1977 champion
Jim Brown - 1975 runner up
???????? - runner up

Not bad for one weight class with lots of Ohio talent..... 6 champs and 2 runners up.
I’m missing one runner up, if anyone knows you will be awarded $1,000,000 from “crooked bdhof”. If for some reason he doesn’t pay you the $1,000,000 as agreed upon here, that simply proves he’s crooked!
Mike McArthur, Minnesota - 1977 runner up

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Old 02-13-19, 01:06 PM
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Vaughn Broadnax - 1980 (2nd in '79) OSU and USFL fame
Laurence Dudgeon - 1986

honorable mention
Vernon Broadnax 3rd in 1978
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Old 02-13-19, 04:16 PM
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Xenia

Vaughn Broadnax - 1980 (2nd in '79) OSU and USFL fame
Laurence Dudgeon - 1986

honorable mention
Vernon Broadnax 3rd in 1978
Trivia Question : Who beat "Mount Vernon" at the state tournament in 1978 ? Hint- he was also African- American, and later played football for Ohio State and the New England Patriots
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Old 02-13-19, 04:32 PM
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Trivia Question : Who beat "Mount Vernon" at the state tournament in 1978 ? Hint- he was also African- American, and later played football for Ohio State and the New England Patriots
.......I KNOW THIS ONE ...........is it.......josh Gordon...

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Old 02-13-19, 04:50 PM
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deubel, how many won state when you wrestled in high school.
......i talked to the deubels...they said...i dont know...what do you meannnnnn!.....
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Old 02-13-19, 05:46 PM
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That 1975 bracket at 118 was loaded w/ talent as stated above, much of it from Ohio. In addition to NCAA champs Garel, East Cleveland Shaw, and Daniels, Akron Butchel, Brown, Akron Ellet, was an NCAA 2nd in 1975 and Myron Shapiro, Toledo Rogers, was an NCAA 3rd that year. So you had the top three all from Ohio with a future champ, Daniels, also in there. You also had Paul Schoenauer, a state champ from Euclid, and Steve Stalnaker, a state champ from Johnathan Alter.
And, not meaning to deviate too much from the original topic of the thread, from the group above, NCAA champs Garel and Daniels were African Americans. But I don't think Daniels won a state title.
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Old 02-13-19, 05:48 PM
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Another pretty dominant African American state champ (1972) was Stormin Norman Hatchet from Withrow in Cincinnati.
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Old 02-13-19, 05:55 PM
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And I believe the first African American state champ from the Cincinnati area was HWY Charles Gayles from Princeton in 1969.
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Old 02-13-19, 06:38 PM
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Trivia Question : Who beat "Mount Vernon" at the state tournament in 1978 ? Hint- he was also African- American, and later played football for Ohio State and the New England Patriots
Jay Allison? Didn't know about his football, but he finished second to St. Ed's first state champ that year at AAA Hwt. Tall, athletic kid.
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