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Congratulations to Caden Stout St Clairsville for his 250th win!!!




Congratulations to Carl Cochran John Marshall  on his 100th career win!!!





Buck Bailey Memorial Invitational


Frank Ferguson Brooke Classic


2022 OVC @ Union Local

 Congratulations to Talea Guntrum (Hard) OVC's 1st Female Champion, and also won the MOW!!


 4lb weight allowance for the OVC tournament. Weigh-ins will be scratch + 4lbs



West Holmes Invitational (1/22/22)



WV AA/A Individual Rankings
WV AAA Individual Rankings
WV Team Polls


2022 Bill Hindgardner Wrestling Dual Meet Championships

Wednesday, January 26

Brooke H.S.

Weigh-ins: 5:00

Round 1: 6:00

Division 4A

#1 St. Clairsville vs #4 Harrison Central

#2 Indian Creek vs #3 Oak Glen

Thursday, January 27

John Marshall Field House

Weigh-ins: 5:00

Round 1: 6:00

Division 3A:

#1 Linsly vs. #4 Martins Ferry

#2 Barnesville vs. #3 Shenendoah

Division 5A:

#1 Wheeling Park vs. #4 Morgantown

#2 Steubenville vs. #3 John Marshall




2022 OVC @ Union Local

 4lb weight allowance for the OVC tournament. Weigh-ins will be scratch + 4lbs


2021-22 OVAC Duals







2021-22 OVAC Duals

Barn, Univ, & PS





2022 OVAC Dual Meet Standings






Friday: Gage Wright (Parkersburg South) sets an OVAC and National 170-lb record with a 3-second pin




Congratulations to Hayley Snyder (Warren Local) for becoming the 1st female OVAC placer!!!


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2020  Bierkortte Award (MVP) Logan Ours BvL




Hercules Ian Bush Cam 5 Pins in 6:29




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More Detailed results Updated 1-15-22


WTOV 9 Write up


Times Leader Sports Writer

WHEELING -- Depth is a vital part of any athletic team. It was a key element Saturday in Wheeling Park ending nearly two decades of frustration at the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference Ron Mauck Wrestling Championships.
With only two individual titlists, the Patriots piled up enough points in the first three sessions to overcome a terrible semifinal showing and then rolled to a convincing, 278-228.5, wire-to-wire victory over runnerup University to win not only the coveted overall team title for the first time since 2005, but also the Class 5A crown as the 68th edition capped its three-day stay inside WesBanco Arena.
‚This is a great team to coach. They love wrestling and want to win,„ Wheeling Park head coach Brian Leggett said of his squad which also captured the Wheeling Park Duals several weeks ago inside the same building. ‚We put in a solid two days, but things didnŠt go to well early on today. However the kids bounced back and won some big consolation matches for us.„
Winning their weight classes were senior Nate Shelek (132) and junior Bradyn Lucas (138). Shelek, a runnerup last season, held off Parkersburg SouthŠs Ryan Martin 13-9 while Lucas decisioned BarnesvilleŠs Skyler King, 12-7.
‚It doesnŠt surprise me because they are practice partners and they get after it in the (wrestling) room,„ Leggett said about Shelek and Lucas.
The Patriots depth included a runnerup, four third-placers, two fourths, a fifth, two sixths and one seventh.
‚Our team is still young,„ Leggett added. ‚WeŠve got a lot of freshmen in the lineup that wrestled really well here.„
Steubenville had a pair of titlists in Brody Saccoccia (120) and Peyton Tuttle (285). Saccoccia earned a 7-3 nod over Parkersburg SouthŠs Brent Bosley and Tuttle pinned UniversityŠs Corbin Turney in 3:58.
‚We knew that one was going to be a battle,„ first-year Steubenville head coach Lucas Huffman said of TuttleŠs match. ‚Peyton wrestled a good, smart match.„
Big Red finished a point behind Parkersburg South (108-107) and finished fourth overall, but Huffman was pleased.
‚Brody earns everything he gets,„ Huffman said of Saccoccia.
‚IŠm extremely proud of our team top to bottom,„ he noted. ‚We just asked the kids to go out and compete, and they did. IŠm extremely happy.„
Barnesville captured the Class 3A title behind the championship performance of Dakota King (126) who posted a 19-4 technical fall over SteubenvilleŠs Cal Beadling. The Shamrocks also had a runnerup, a third and a fourth.
‚WeŠve got a good core of kids and battled through some adversity. IŠm proud of them,„ BarnesvilleŠs Jayson Stephen said. ‚We came in here thinking we could be a top 5 team and we lost some matches in the ŗblood roundŠ that we should never lose. That canŠt happen.„
The Shamrocks tallied 118.5 points to 97 for runnerup Martins Ferry.
Oak GlenŠs Logan Davis (106) got the finals started with a 4-0 blanking of CameronŠs Slaton Pettit.
‚Logan wrestled well. He was the No. 1 seed coming in and did what he had to,„ Oak Glen head coach Patrick McGillian said of Davis. ‚He was pretty flawless in the finals. IŠm proud of him.„
The Dragons did get a champion in senior Ian Bush (182). The two-time OVAC and two-time defending W.Va. state champion is a WVU recruit. He pinned CambridgeŠs Caden Kenworthy in 3:03.
‚We knew coming in that we had a pretty good chance at winning our class,„ Cameron head coach Tim Jones allowed. ‚We challenged the kids to show up, and they did. Even the guys that didnŠt place fought hard. Definitely a team effort.
‚ItŠs going to be hard when he wrestles his last match for us,„ Jones said of Bush, who pinned his way through the tournament to win the Hercules Award. ‚He is something special.„
Capturing titles for Indian Creek, which finished second to Beaver Local in the Class 4A race, set a school milestone Saturday.
‚This was a special weekend for us because weŠve never had two individual champions in school history,„ Indian CreekŠs Brandon Pendleton said. ‚This is a good group of guys that weŠve been focusing on doing things for the first time with. I couldnŠt be any more proud of them.„
Standing atop the podium were Dom Paterra (152) and Austin Starr (195). Paterra knocked off top-seeded Caden Stout of St. Clairsville, 3-2, while Starr blanked UniversityŠs Brock Kehler, 7-0.
Also winning titles were St. ClairsvilleŠs Gannon Kazmirski (113); UniversityŠs Luca Felix (145); Beaver LocalŠs Logan Ours (160); Parkersburg SouthŠs Gage Wright (170) and Harrison CentralŠs Lucas Thomas (220).
Kazmirski, the fourth seed, made a second-period escape hold up in a 1-0 win over John MarshallŠs Ethan Cook. Felix topped Beaver LocalŠs unseeded Dorian Jackson, 10-3. Ours, who was voted the Bierkortte Award winner by tournament coaches, pinned UniversityŠs Dakota Hagedorn in 2:53, and Wright scored a fall in 5:34 over UniversityŠs Elijah Wellings-Osha. Thomas shocked a lot of people when he pinned Wheeling ParkŠs Erick Brothers Jr. in 5:22 trailing 5-2.
‚Gannon winning isnŠt really a surprise to me,„ St. ClairsvilleŠs Joel Sansone said. ‚When we lost to Cook last week in the finals at Cameron by a 2-1 score in overtime on a fleeing the mat call, I told him he would see him (Cook) next week at OVACs when it matters.„
‚Lucas earns every bit of what he got tonight,„ Harrison CentralŠs Bill Bryant said of his third seed. ‚He works a lot harder and puts more time in in the (wrestling) room than anybody on the team. He puts in a ton of mat time. He traveled this summer to make himself better.„
Thomas is the HuskiesŠ first champion since Doug Eddy in 2012.


2022 OVAC Brackets

Up Dated 10:06


2022 OVAC Team Scores


2022 OVAC Team Score by Division


OVAC Final Match Up's by Jenny Hannan



OVAC 2022 Awards


2022 OVAC Mr. Mat Jeff Crosier


2021 OVAC Mr. Mat Pete Cuffaro


2022 OVAC Director's Award Sonya Fedorko


Project Best Sportsmanship Award Barnesville


Syd Stolz Memorial Award "Flavor Flave" DeSean Scott


Program Recognition Award Steve Kish


Larry Deaton Official of the Year Derrick Stickles


5A OVAC Coach of the year Shawn Smith Parkersburg South


4A OVAC Coach of the year Joel Sansone St Clairsville


3A OVAC Coach of the year Jayson Stephen Barnesville


1A & 2A OVAC Coach of the year Jesse Wells Shenandoah


OVAC Assistant Coach of the year Tim Sarge Sr. Wellsville


Clint Abbot's Semi Round Matches to watch


Day 1 Herald Star write up


Jenny Hannan's Semi Final Marquee Match Ups



2022 Opening Round Thoughts by Jenny Sullivan



YSN Talking OVAC Wrestling

Buy 2022 OVAC Tournament Tickets Here

2022 OVAC Seeds

2022 Team Seeds & Updated Official List

25 year Returning OVAC Champions

2022 OVAC Tournament Schedule

2022 Weigh In Schedule

Links above are all PDF Files so it takes awhile to load.




Finals will be on www.WTRF.com


Page will be live at 4PM





2021-22 OVAC Dual Meet Schedule



2021-22 OVAC Rankings

Updated 01-08 -22

106-285 is updated




Cameron Tourney




2021-22 OVAC Duals  (Updated for Shawn Crosier)

IC, Weir, MF, Steub, BvL, Dov, OG, BL, Dov & Barn


Times Leader Sports Writer

SHADYSIDE -- With the 68th annual OVAC Ron Mauck Wrestling Tournament looming at the end of the week, Martins Ferry gained some momentum by capturing the Last Man Standing Tournament Saturday afternoon inside the Tiger Den at Shadyside High School.
The Purple Riders tallied 183 points in the pool-style event, which was 17 better than runnerup Southern LocalŠs 166. Wheeling ParkŠs ŗBŠ team was third with 129.5, while short-handed Barnesville had 102 and River 55 to round out the top 5. Defending champion Bridgeport was sixth with 50. Shadyside finished with 47.4, Toronto had 37 and Steubenville Catholic 31.
Martins Ferry had six of the 14 champions as Jace Mahoney (106), Dylan Ward (113), Johnny McFarland (157), George Hulsey (165), Alexander Finsley (190) and Zak Dobson (215).
Four other Purple Riders placed in the top 4 of their respective weight class. They were runnersup Jonathan Rossano (126), Trey Regis (144) and Zeke Bruney (285), while Kaden Archer (138) finished third.
‚This was kind of a spur-of-the-moment thing. We just jumped into this tournament at the beginning of the week,„ Martins Ferry head coach Chad Ware said. ‚We had some points open up on our schedule so we thought it would be good to get matches in before the OVACs. This should give us some momentum heading into this week.„
Martins Ferry was able to score bonus points all day long as the half-a-dozen titlists combined for 17 pins. Dobson, who is now 20-0, led the way with four, including three in less than a minute. McFarland, Hulsey and Finsley all had three, with HulseyŠs coming in less than 60 seconds. Mahoney and Ward evenly divided four.
Barnesville had a pair of champs in Reese Stephen (126) and Luke Shaffer (132), who was competing unattached. Stephen, now 20-0, scored five falls, with all but one coming in less than a minute. Shaffer had four pins.
ShadysideŠs Andrew Osman (144) had a pin, a technical fall and two decisions in earning his title.
Also standing atop the awards podium were Wheeling ParkŠs Cody Walsh (120); Southern LocalŠs Maddox Dickey (138), Chance Wooley (150) and Wyatt Morris (175); and TorontoŠs Josh Fancher (285).
Wheeling Park had four runnersup in Chance Funari (138), Jordan Combs (150), Kevon Burkle (157) and Gavin Washington (175).
Barnesville had two second-place finishers in Blake Hinkle (132) and Marshall Meade (190), while Bridgeport's Peyton Pyle (144) and Rivers Noah Lively (215) also finished second.
Osman and Wooley were named co-Most Outstanding Wrestlers by a vote of tournament coaches.
The OVAC Ron Mauck Tournament begins Thursday and runs through Saturday inside downtown WheelingŠs WesBanco Arena. it was postponed for the first time in its history last winter due to the COVID-19 pandemic.





2021-22 OVAC Duals



Wheeling Park Duals 2021

1st Wheeling Park   9th Loveland
2nd  University   10th Massillon
3rd Waynedale   11th Herbert Hoover
4th John Marshall   12th Ross
5th St. Albans   13th Dover
6th Mayfield   14th Bethel-Tate
7th Canfield   15th Carrollton
8th Jackson Mass.   16th St. Xavier



ABVI Tournament @ StC

MOW Caden Stout STC

Times Leader Sports Writer

ST. CLAIRSVILLE -- Despite having four individual champions and 10 overall placers, St. Clairsville finished runnerup in its own AmericaŠs Best Value Inn wrestling tournament Wednesday on John Jenkins Court inside St. Clairsville High School.
The Red Devils amassed 118 points, which left them a dozen behind champion Newark. Martins Ferry was third with 79 and Shenandoah fourth with 74.
‚The way we ran the tournament this year we didnŠt keep points until the placement round, so the wins kids got that didnŠt place at least sixth in their weight classes didnŠt count towards team points,„ St. Clairsville head coach Joel Sansone explained. ‚That kind of hurt us because we had 13 (out of 14) weight classes filled. The bottom line is though, if you want to win a tournament you need some runnersup and we didnŠt have enough there to finish it out.
‚However, second place isnŠt bad with a young team. We had three freshmen place (in the top six of their weight classes).„
St. Clairsville titlists included Gannon Kazmirski (113), Caden Stout (157), Gavin Schoolcraft (165) and Jacob Walker (190).
Other local champions were Harrison CentralŠs Gabe Marbais (138) and Martins FerryŠs Zak Dobson (215).
‚Gannon pinned his way through the tournament. He took care of business,„ Sansone said of his returning Division II state qualifier. ‚He trains like a made man and never quits looking to score. He might not be as big or strong as some of his opponents, but he is fundamentally sound when it comes to his technique.„
Kazmirski collected his 100th career win with his 1-minute, 24-second pin in the finals.
‚Caden has really been pushing himself in practice to never stop and continue to look for points. He put up 19 points against a pretty good opponent in the finals,„ Sansone added. ‚HeŠs doing what we want.„
Stout is a three-time state qualifier.
The senior, who was second team all-Ohio in soccer last fall, was voted the Delande Family Most Outstanding Wrestler by tournament coaches.
‚It feels good. Anytime you win an MVP it feels good,„ Stout said. ‚It just shows that all the hard work I put in is paying off.„
Schoolcraft, just a freshman, pinned his opponent in the finals to earn his title.
‚Gavin has been a bit of a surprise,„ Sansone admitted. ‚I knew how good he was, but IŠm not sure he knew. HeŠs gained a lot of confidence in the (wrestling) room now that he is scoring on the upperclassmen. I told him to just go out and take each match one at a time and focus on what you need to do.„
Walker also recorded a pin to claim his weight class.
‚Jacob has a chip on his shoulder,„ Sansone advised. ‚He had a bad tournament at North Canton and he was a little down and out about it but I told him to keep wrestling hard and working hard and things will come around. He went out and scored points and got pins.„
Dobson pinned EdisonŠs Jamison Stiles in the finals to capture his second consecutive ABVI title. He also notched career win No. 100 during the day-long event.
‚He looked good. He dominated,„ Martins Ferry assistant coach Taylor Yoder said of Dobson while filling in for head coach Chad Ware who went to an area hospital with Purple Rider, George Hulsey, who had suffered an ankle injury earlier in the tournament. ‚He looked good on his feet. He looked good on top. Overall, he looked great.„
Martins Ferry has eight individuals reach the awards podium. Trey Regis (144) finished second.
Marbais performed well in winning his weight class.
‚This is the best he has in the last two years,„ Harrison Central head coach Bill Bryant said. ‚He started to show some good things toward the end of last season, but he got struck with COVID, thus ending his season.
‚He showed some good things today. He puts in the extra work to get better, and thatŠs what we want our kids to do.„
The Huskies had a trio of placers in placing in addition to Marbais.
Bridgeport had a second-place finisher in Mason Aberts (132).
TorontoŠs Jason Fancher (285) finished second to MaysvilleŠs highly regarded Gauge Sampson.

Powerade Tournament 2021

Powerade Seeds


Ashland Holiday Invitational


borofan write up

Here are links to each livestream of the Ashland Holiday Wrestling Tournament

Mat #1 youtu.be/OHGIg6m2ICc
Mat #2 youtu.be/4myxq1TRqls
Mat #3 youtu.be/cuB94j2BZJk
Mat #4 youtu.be/V382ZZ4tUIQ
Mat #5 youtu.be/HztaOF0aeGk


Cambridge JH Invitational (12/28/21)




Wheeling Park Duals 2021


Powerade Tournament 2021

Powerade Seeds


Cambridge JH Invitational (12/28/21)


Skyline Bowling Invitational @ Gallia Academy



Brecksville Invitational Canceled

BvL & Barn


Medina Invitational Canceled



Brooke Classic










JV Falcon Tournament





2021-22 OVAC Duals

PS, JM ,SL & BvL


Coshocton Tournament



2021-22 OVAC Duals



2021 Div III Classic @ Waterloo




Tournaments I know of this weekend:


Barnesville Doan Ford Invitational (12/17/21-12/18/21)


Kim North is the man!

Times Leader Sports Writer

BARNESVILLE -- For the second consecutive week, Barnesville let a lead entering the final round slip away and ended up settling for second place.
Saturday at the Barnesville Doan Ford Invitational wrestling tournament, the Shamrocks held a slim, 163-160.5, advantage over Teays Valley, but the Vikings recorded victories in two of the final three weight classes to claim a 189.5-187 nod. Barnesville was runnerup at the Union Local Rick Link Invitational last Saturday after a disappointing final round.
Teays Valley 285-pounder Joey Thurston provided the winning points with a pin in the final match of the event.
Barnesville fared better in the championship finals this time around, going 4-for-6, but it still wasnŠt enough even though all four Shamrock titlists recorded pins.
‚We had a better weekend than we did last week,„ Barnesville head coach Jayson Stephen allowed. ‚I think the competition was a lot stiffer here. There were a lot of good matches.„
Winning championships were Reese Stephen (120), Dakota King (126), Griffen Stephen (132) and Skyler King (138), while Ayden King (144) and Logan Tague (150) both finished second.
Reese Stephen won his first Barnesville championship with a pin in 1:50. Dakota King needed just 1:08. Griffen Stephen recorded a lightning-quick fall in 11 seconds for his third title; and Skyler King took 5:39.
‚We had two more champs today than last week, but there were a couple of weight classes where I thought we could get in the top 6 and didnŠt,„ the coach said. ‚Reese and Dakota did what they had to do and Griffen is wrestling like a cinder block right now. Skyler wrestled a great match. That was a rematch of the (Div. III) District finals last season.„
Karson Milhoan (157) was the other Shamrock to earn a top-6 finish.
Other Ohio Valley wrestlers earning titles were the Indian Creek trio of CJ Spencer (144), Dom Paterra (150) and Reese Spencer (157); and CameronŠs Adam Angel (175).
C.J. Spencer won by pin while Paterra and Reese Spencer earned decisions.
‚C.J., Dom and Reese have all been wrestling well. We got off to a slow start and donŠt have very many matches, but weŠve spent a lot of time in the practice room,„ Indian Creek head coach Brandon Pendleton said. ‚All three of those guys had great tournaments.„
The Redskins, who finished in a tie for fourth with River Valley, had three other wrestlers reach the podium.
Angel, a transfer and Class AAA state placer from Wheeling Park, outlasted CambridgeŠs Caden Kenworthy, 7-5, in sudden-victory.
‚WeŠre glad to have him,„ Cameron head coach Tim Brown said of Angel. ‚He put together a good tournament, especially today when he was really focused.„
The Dragons also had a runnerup in WVU recruit Ian Bush (190). The defending OVAC and W.Va. Class A-AA state champion, dropped a 6-4 tiebreaker to Teays ValleyŠs Camden McDaniel, who was voted the Most Outstanding Wrestler by tournament coaches and is a Fargo National champion.
Cameron had one other placer.
John MarshallŠs Ethan Cook (113) also finished runnerup, dropping a 1-0 nod to Brady Fisher of London.
The Monarchs also had eight other individuals earn places as they finished third with 148 points.
Bellaire also had a placer.
Other champions were Teays ValleyŠs Gunner Havens (106) and River ValleyŠs Aiden Greene (215). Havens earned the Peck Award for Most Pins in the championship bracket in the least amount of time. All four of his wins came by first-period pins, including a pair under 20 seconds.


Live feed


Hoppel Wrestling Invitational (Beaver Local) (12/18/21)
1. Beaver Local 2. Alliance 3. Austintown Fitch, 4. Canton South,
5. Dover 6. Edison 7. Girard 8. Marlington 9. Meadowbrook 10. Oak Glen (WV)
11. Salem 12. Southside (PA) 13. Southern Local 14. St Paul



  North Canton H.S. Holiday Invitational

Borofan write up


The Div III Class at Waterloo

MF, Tor, Well, UL

12-18-21 Semi and finals live


Nurse Plus Pro @ University





2021-22 OVAC Duals

WP, SL, MF, OG, Univ, BvL, JM & OG





2021-22 OVAC Duals

Univ, BvL,  Mag, BL & Well


Chartiers Houston Tournament



 12/ United Local Invitational





2021-22 OVAC Duals

Greg's Market @ JM, Weir & SCC





Tournaments this week

the Ironman!

FRESHMAN LaDarian Lockett of Stillwater, Okla. is the first unseeded wrestler to ever win the Ironman in the tournamentís 27 years!

OVAC Seeds:

157 3rd seed Logan Ours, Beaver Local, OH

1st Place Match
Angelo Ferrari (Stillwater) 6-0, So. over Logan Ours (Beaver Local) 5-1, Sr. (TB-1 6-5)

175 11th seed  Gage Wright, Parkersburg South, WV

5th Place Match
Gage Wright (Parkersburg South) 5-2, So. over Gabe Arnold (Wyoming Seminary (PA)) 3-3, Jr. (For.)

190 15th seed Ayden Edwards, Parkersburg South, WV

215 12th seed  Erick Brothers Jr., Wheeling Park, WV

BoroFan thoughts


Union Local Tournament

BoroFan thoughts

Hickory Grove Market Invitational - Warren 

Borofan thoughts


Indian Creek Jr High Tournament





2021-22 OVAC Duals

Lin, IC, BL, WP & Steub




2021-22 OVAC Rankings

Updated 12-06-21


Brown Brothers Invitational

PS Jv Team




Tournaments this weekend:

Cambridge Invitational (12/4/21)

Shamrock Duals - Barnesville (12/4/21)

Martins Ferry D. Coleman Memorial JH (12/4/21

John Brown Memorial Invitational

Marysville Varsity Duals (12/4/21)




2021-22 OVAC Duals

BL, OG, Steub & Bell






2021-22 OVAC Duals

Lin, PS & WP






BoroFans OVAC Write ups this week:


Shamrock Duals


Spartan Duals


John Brown Memorial Tournament


Cambridge Invitational


Marysville Duals






2021-22 OVAC Dual Meet Schedule





2021-22 OVAC Rankings

The 2021-22 OVAC rankings will be out on Thanksgiving day, afternoon.

I will start typing the rankings on and off, special thanks to the OVAC Coaches for sending in lineups.

After not having the OVAC tournament last year the rankings will be changing often!






Coaches im looking for any OVAC Team Line ups.

email shaggy19710@yahoo.com


The 2021-22 OVAC rankings will be out on Thanksgiving day.






Martins Ferry "Coach Bubba" Open





97 kg: Mileshin scores two guts from par terre. Shortly after, he adds another takedown. Amos falls, 9-0, and will wrestle for bronze tomorrow   #WrestleUfa






Braxton is on his way to becoming the most decorated OVAC wrestler/athlete in OVAC history!!!

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Braxton interview




Logan Ours Beaver Local Committed to Wyoming Cowboys!





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(Ohio Valley Athletic ex Coach) The purpose of this web site is to promote O.V.A.C. wrestling and the individuals that make it all possible. I don't proclaim to know everything about the O.V.A.C.'s or wrestling, but I did coach in the O.V.A.C.'s for 8 years so I do have some knowledge of the sport, coaches and the wrestlers (2002). I have also run www.OVAeCwrestling.com for the past 10 years.(2016)