Milestone wins for Hermes, Vogus at Div. III Duals

Jan. 29—SANDUSKY — Two milestone wins highlighted space performances on Saturday on the Division III Duals at St. Mary Central Catholic.

A defending state champion and NCAA Division I Rutgers College commit, Edison senior Max Hermes unofficially turned the twenty fourth wrestler in OHSAA historical past to succeed in 200 profession wins. Later within the day, Monroeville senior Hunter Vogus registered his a hundred and fiftieth profession win.

The 18-team discipline was break up into two swimming pools. The Chargers had been fourth in Pool A, whereas the Eagles had been third in Pool B.

The highest workforce in every pool — which proved to be Archbold edging Genoa, 38-32 — then squared off for the championship on Saturday afternoon.

Monroeville completed with a 7-2 document general over the 2 days.

The Eagles misplaced to Genoa (46-29), then beat Hopewell-Loudon (66-6), Brookdville (46-27) and the mixed workforce of St. Paul-SMCC (54-24) to shut out Friday.

On Saturday, Monroeville beat Carey (54-18), Defiance Ayersville (48-21), Fremont St. Joseph (54-19), then misplaced to Defiance Tinora (46-27) earlier than topping Evergreen (40-15).

Vogus, Ashton Homan and Ben Seitz every completed an ideal 9-0 for the Eagles.

Ranked No. 2 within the state based on the newest Div. III rankings at 132 kilos, Vogus had six victories by pin, together with one in 10 seconds. He additionally added a forfeit, a 15-0 technical fall, then a 4-2 determination over No. 9-ranked Anden Ankney of Tinora.

The No. 1-ranked wrestler at 132, Homan had 5 pins, together with one in 12 seconds, together with three forfeits and a pair of indentical 12-0 main determination victories.

At 150, Seitz dominated his strategy to seven pins, together with two in underneath 30 seconds, together with a pair of forfeits.

Additionally for Monroeville, Landin Hershiser (175) was 6-1, whereas Landen Roeder (144) was 7-2 and Brencyn Evans (165) was 6-2.

Edison completed 6-4 general within the duals. On Friday, the Chargers misplaced to Tuscarawas Valley (40-33), then beat Mohawk (42-35) and the mixed Norwayne-Calvert workforce (47-36) earlier than topping Northwestern (54-29) and falling to Archbold (62-16).

On Saturday, the Chargers beat Evergreen (42-36), misplaced to Sandy Valley (42-36), beat Patrick Henry (60-24), misplaced to Brookville (45-29) and beat Carey (45-36).

Ranked No. 1 within the state at 120 kilos by, Max Hermes went an ideal 10-0 with eight pins and a pair of technical fall victories by similar 23-8 scores. Simply two of the eight pins went past three minutes in size.

Additionally going 10-0 for Edison was state No. 3-ranked Marcus Medina at 144. He completed with 4 pins, highlighted by a pin in 6:16 over Archbold’s Brodie Dominique — the No. 1-ranked wrestler within the state on the weight class.

Medina additionally had a technical fall (20-5) and a serious determination (14-1), and had wins by disqualification, and twice by determination (9-4, 12-5).

At 150, No. 2-ranked Kohen Horvath additionally went an ideal 10-0 for the Chargers, which included six wins by way of pin. He additionally gained by forfeit twice, an 11-3 main determination, and a 6-3 determination over Mohawk’s No. 3-ranked Jace Margraf.

Abe Hermes, ranked No. 3 at 113, was in his first motion this season in a return from harm and went 8-0. That included three pins, three forfeits, and two choices (11-7, 5-2).

Edison is at the moment projected to complete third and Monroeville fifth within the state workforce rankings as of Jan. 25.

For St. Paul, defending state champion Casper Caizzo (17-1) was additionally dominant as he returns from a herniated disc in his again that price him six months. The junior had eight pins, all however one in underneath three minutes, together with a 16-0 technical fall and a 13-3 main determination.

At 175, Tristan Nickoli was 7-3 for the Flyers, as was Niko Cuturic at 106.

St. Paul and SMCC wrestled as a workforce for the needs of the twin matches due to their roster sizes.

Norwalk third at Raider Invite

BELLEFONTAINE — Behind two particular person champions and 5 third-place finishers, the Truckers scored 176.5 factors to complete third amongst 18 groups on Saturday on the Benjamin Logan Raider Invitational.

Juniors Mason Irwin (113) and Ryan Fox (175) gained their weight lessons for Norwalk.

Irwin (19-11) opened with a 9-4 determination and a pin in 2:38 to succeed in the semifinals, the place he then earned a pin in 53 seconds. Going through Sidney’s Elijah McKenzie within the finals, Irwin scored a 6-3 determination.

Fox (27-8) pinned his approach by his weight class to earn first place. He had back-to-back pins in 3:11, adopted by a semifinal pin in simply 39 seconds. He then wanted 3:22 to place Springfield’s Bryce Sherrock on his again for the autumn within the finals.

Incomes third for Norwalk included Jackson James (120), Austin Ware (126), Nico Helton (157), Gabe Pearce (190) and Cooper Gee (285). Aldynn Metzger (106) positioned sixth.

Norwalk will host Bellevue and Oak Harbor on Wednesday in its remaining tuneup earlier than internet hosting the SBC championships on Feb. 18.


Three high 4 placers at Ontario

ONTARIO — Three space swimmers positioned among the many high 4 within the deep Ontario Invitational discipline on Saturday.

For Norwalk, Sidney Sage was fourth in each the 100-yard backstroke (1:11.59) and the 100 freestyle (1:01.7), whereas Skylar Cross was fourth within the 100 breaststroke (1:11.84).

For Willard, Mason Carnahan completed third within the 100 freestyle in 53.76 seconds.

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