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Congratulations to OVAC alumnus Josh Humphrey, Lehigh - Third place finish, Division 1 Men's NCAA wrestling championships and All American status

 

 

 

 

03-19-23

OAC Jr. High/Freshman/Girls/State Tournaments

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JH PM - 126

1st Place Match
Evan Ours (Beaver Local) won in tie breaker - 1 over Tyler Ineman (SLN1) (TB-1 4-3)

JH PM - 138

1st Place Match
Jake Hughes (Beaver Local) won by fall over Jordan Neal (Unattached) (Fall 4:05)

JH PM - 164

1st Place Match
Brody Perzanowski (Union Local) won by fall over Jace Love (VBW2) (Fall 4:21)

Girls JH - 104

1st Place Match
Talea Guntrum (Harding) won by fall over Mackenzie Carder (PCWA) (Fall 0:31)

 

JH AM - 74

3rd Place Match

Jayce Nixon (MFW3) won by decision over Landon Sturgell (CPWA) (Dec 4-0)


3rd Place Match
Dalton Oberly (FOWCA) won by decision over Gunnar Gossett (Union Local) (Dec 8-1)

Girls JH - 155

5th Place Match
Kloe Anthony (Harding) won by major decision over Zoey Centers (Unattached) (Maj 8-0)

JH PM - 138

7th Place Match
Frankie Pieffer (WSW1) won by major decision over
Zaiven Riley (Beaver Local) (Maj 13-5)

 

 

 

03-17-23

 

OVAC Wrestlers in Div 1 Bracket:

2023 NCAA Division 1 Championship

 

Ohio University, OH

157 Kellar, Peyten 23-7

 

Lehigh, PA

157 Humphreys, Josh 16-0

 

West Virginia, WV

165 Hall, Peyton 23-4


184 Carman, Anthony 17-13

 

Wisconsin, WI

197 Amos, Braxton 18-7

 

MAC 29    OVAC 24


Ty Watters - West Allegheny (MAC) and Erick Brothers (OVAC) named OW
 

OVAC vs MAC Match:

 March 15th, Lincoln Park High School, Midland, PA at 7 PM

OVAC All Star Roster
126 – Brady Joling – Chartiers Valley d Ethan Cook – John Marshall 5-0
132 Brandon Krul Quaker Valley Fall Lucas Zombotti – Magnolia 2:55
138 Bradyn Lucas – Wheeling Park d Peter Chacon Montour 7-5
144 Nico Taddy West Allegheny MD Egidio DeFazio – Dover 13-3
150 – CJ Spencer – Indian Creek Fall Logan Richey Quaker Valley
157 – Ty Watter West Allegheny TF Dominick Paterra – Indian Creek 22-6
165 – Chase Brandebura Carlynton Fall Ethan Waggoner – Edison 4:12
165 – Dylan Evans Chartiers Valley TF Jonathan McFarland – Martins Ferry 24-9
190 – Alex Finsley – Martins Ferry d Chase Tintsman Laurel 4-3
215 – Erick Brothers Jr. Wheeling Park Fall Landond Christie Butler 1:45
285 – Elijah Llewellyn Indian Creek Fall Coltin Hill Laurel 2:20
 

 

 

 

03-11-23

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Congratulations to the 18 OVAC Ohio State Placers

Congratulations to the 36  OVAC Ohio State Qualifiers

6 OVAC Ohio State Finalist

 

106

HC-1 Johnathan Huntsman, Barnesville, (11), 47-8

(7th Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Johnathan Huntsman (Barnesville) 45-6 won by fall over Quintin Burns (Liberty) 40-11 (Fall 5:25)

Quarterfinal - Braedyn Tammarine (Liberty Center) 39-14 won by decision over Johnathan Huntsman (Barnesville) 45-7 (Dec 5-3)

Cons. Round 2 - Johnathan Huntsman (Barnesville) 46-7 won by major decision over Henry Booth (Newcomerstown) 34-13 (MD 12-4)

Cons. Round 3 - Scott Fuller (Genoa Area) 51-4 won by major decision over Johnathan Huntsman (Barnesville) 46-8 (MD 10-0)

7th Place Match - Johnathan Huntsman (Barnesville) 47-8 won by decision over Stephen Patterson (Waynedale) 43-12 (Dec 3-2)

 

HC-2 Gavin Bolock, Belmont Union Local, (10), 33-13

Champ. Round 1 - Stephen Patterson (Waynedale) 42-9 won by fall over Gavin Bolock (Union Local) 33-14 (Fall 1:27)

Cons. Round 1 - Trey Huber (Versailles) 36-15 won by decision over Gavin Bolock (Union Local) 33-15 (Dec 5-0)

 

 

110

OO-1 Hayley Snyder, Vincent Warren, (12), 26-3 (22:110-1st, 21:101-1st, 20:101-1st)

(State Champion)

 

Champ. Round 1 - Hayley Snyder (Warren(G)) 27-3 won by fall over Meadow Gomez (Hol. Springfield(G)) 26-14 (Fall 1:57)

Quarterfinal - Hayley Snyder (Warren(G)) 28-3 won by major decision over Lexi Beadle (Boardman(G)) 33-3 (MD 15-4)

Semifinal - Hayley Snyder (Warren(G)) 29-3 won by fall over Makaya Crisenbery (Montpelier(G)) 31-7 (Fall 0:46)

1st Place Match - Hayley Snyder (Warren(G)) 30-3 won by decision over Gabi Gartin (Chippewa(G)) 24-2 (Dec 7-1)

 

 

OO-2 Brooke Farmer, Sarahsville Shenandoah, (11), 18-5

Champ. Round 1 - Noel Reinhart (Rossford(G)) 23-10 won by major decision over Brooke Farmer (Shenandoah(G)) 18-6 (MD 13-2)

Cons. Round 1 - Brooke Farmer (Shenandoah(G)) 19-6 won by fall over Sabrina Shaffer (Alliance(G)) 28-14 (Fall 3:12)

Cons. Round 2 - Lexi Beadle (Boardman(G)) 34-3 won by fall over Brooke Farmer (Shenandoah(G)) 19-7 (Fall 4:33)

 

113

HC-1 Tristen Rossiter, Sarahsville Shenandoah, (11), 44-5

(5th Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Tristen Rossiter (Shenandoah) 42-3 won by fall over Sulaiman Muhammed (Day. Northridge) 36-7 (Fall 1:39)

Quarterfinal - Tristen Rossiter (Shenandoah) 43-3 won by fall over Colin Hering (Berkshire) 34-9 (Fall 3:04)

Semifinal - Eli Campbell (Legacy Christian) 36-3 won by fall over Tristen Rossiter (Shenandoah) 43-4 (Fall 2:58)

Cons. Semi - Logan Dean (Bethel-Tate) 43-3 won by decision over Tristen Rossiter (Shenandoah) 43-5 (Dec 7-1)

5th Place Match - Tristen Rossiter (Shenandoah) 44-5 won by decision over C.J. Graham (Fairland) 53-9 (Dec 8-6)

 

 

120

 ST-1 Robert Buchheit, Lisbon Beaver, (9), 41-6

(7th Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Robert Buchheit (Beaver Local) 39-4 won by decision over Wyatt Nemitz (Perkins) 40-3 (Dec 1-0)

Quarterfinal - Noah Moreland (Butler) 54-3 won by fall over Robert Buchheit (Beaver Local) 39-5 (Fall 3:36)

Cons. Round 2 - Robert Buchheit (Beaver Local) 40-5 won by decision over Anthony Perez (Streetsboro) 35-3 (Dec 6-1)

Cons. Round 3 - Jimmy Lalezas (Taylor) 37-6 won by major decision over Robert Buchheit (Beaver Local) 40-6 (MD 10-2)

7th Place Match - Robert Buchheit (Beaver Local) 41-6 won by injury default over Jacob Ohl (Ontario) 41-7 (Inj. 0:00)

 

HC-4 Dylan Ward, Martins Ferry, (12), 48-5

Champ. Round 1 - Max Hermes (Mil. Edison) 49-3 won by fall over Dylan Ward (Martins Ferry) 48-6 (Fall 2:35)

Cons. Round 1 - Michael Hagan (Covington) 43-8 won by fall over Dylan Ward (Martins Ferry) 48-7 (Fall 1:22)

 

126

HC-1 Drake Kanyuch, Sarahsville Shenandoah, (12), 40-5 (22:III-126-6th)

Champ. Round 1 - Drake Kanyuch (Shenandoah) 41-5 won by decision over Matthew Wheeler (Mid. Madison) 30-14 (Dec 6-2)

Quarterfinal - Nathan Parks (Seneca East) 46-6 won by decision over Drake Kanyuch (Shenandoah) 41-6 (Dec 6-0)

Cons. Round 2 - Evan Hanefeld (Delta) 28-13 won by decision over Drake Kanyuch (Shenandoah) 41-7 (Dec 3-2)

 

HC-4 Hines Ford, Barnesville, (9), 37-11

Champ. Round 1 - Dillon Campbell (Legacy Christian) 43-2 won by fall over Hines Ford (Barnesville) 37-12 (Fall 1:29)

Cons. Round 1 - Hines Ford (Barnesville) 38-12 won by major decision over Owen McDevitt (Jackson-Milton) 39-8 (MD 13-4)

Cons. Round 2 - Zane Pickerrell (Zane Trace) 45-5 won by decision over Hines Ford (Barnesville) 38-13 (Dec 5-0)

 

130

OO-3 Nevaeh Rockhold, Vincent Warren, (11), 28-11

(7th Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Kelcey Dew (Del. Hayes(G)) 28-6 won by fall over Nevaeh Rockhold (Warren(G)) 25-10 (Fall 2:53)

Cons. Round 1 - Nevaeh Rockhold (Warren(G)) 26-10 won by medical forfeit over Olivia Gilliand (Cin. Northwest(G)) 23-9 (M. For.)

Cons. Round 2 - Nevaeh Rockhold (Warren(G)) 27-10 won by fall over Sophia Antonio (No. Royalton(G)) 17-6 (Fall 0:40)

Cons. Round 3 - Jada Shafer (Minerva(G)) 39-12 won by fall over Nevaeh Rockhold (Warren(G)) 27-11 (Fall 4:34)

7th Place Match - Nevaeh Rockhold (Warren(G)) 28-11 won by fall over Abigail Mozden (Alliance(G)) 38-10 (Fall 2:46)

 

132

ST-1 Brody Saccoccia, Steubenville, (10), 22-4 (22:II-120-2nd)

(5th Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Brody Saccoccia (Steubenville) 19-2 won by decision over Caleb Clary (Upper Sandusky) 36-7 (Dec 3-1)

Quarterfinal - Donovan Paes (Streetsboro) 40-4 won by decision over Brody Saccoccia (Steubenville) 19-3 (Dec 4-2)

Cons. Round 2 - Brody Saccoccia (Steubenville) 20-3 won by decision over Tucker Campbell (Franklin) 33-10 (Dec 3-0)

Cons. Round 3 - Brody Saccoccia (Steubenville) 21-3 won by decision over Mason Ducat (Defiance) 49-6 (Dec 8-3)

Cons. Semi - Dylan Rhoads (Louisville) 37-9 won by decision over Brody Saccoccia (Steubenville) 21-4 (Dec 5-2)

5th Place Match - Brody Saccoccia (Steubenville) 22-4 won by injury default over Brogan Fielding (Jefferson Area) 46-5 (Inj. 0:00)

 

HC-1 Dakota King, Barnesville, (11), 48-6 (22:III-120-3rd, 21:III-113-6th)

(3rd Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Dakota King (Barnesville) 45-5 won by fall over Edward Kessen (Del. St. John`s) 36-10 (Fall 2:50)

Quarterfinal - Dakota King (Barnesville) 46-5 won by major decision over Caden Schmeltzer (Waynedale) 34-3 (MD 20-9)

Semifinal - Landen Duncan (Chalker) 36-7 won by decision over Dakota King (Barnesville) 46-6 (Dec 3-1)

Cons. Semi - Dakota King (Barnesville) 47-6 won by decision over Chase Vanderhorst (Covington) 41-5 (Dec 3-1)

3rd Place Match - Dakota King (Barnesville) 48-6 won by decision over Hunter Vogus (Monroeville) 45-9 (Dec 2-0)

 

 

138

ST-4 Cal Beadling, Steubenville, (11), 28-6

Champ. Round 1 - Hayden Hughes (Graham Local) 37-8 won by tech fall over Cal Beadling (Steubenville) 28-7 (TF-1.5 5:50 (17-2))

Cons. Round 1 - Jacob Dolan (Benedictine) 35-9 won by decision over Cal Beadling (Steubenville) 28-8 (Dec 9-5)

 

HC-1 Skyler King, Barnesville, (11), 51-7 (22:III-138-6th)

(5th Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Skyler King (Barnesville) 48-5 won by major decision over Joey McGuire (Rittman) 40-9 (MD 12-0)

Quarterfinal - Ashtan Hendricks (Greeneview) 47-4 won by decision over Skyler King (Barnesville) 48-6 (Dec 13-10)

Cons. Round 2 - Skyler King (Barnesville) 49-6 won by fall over Grant Dowell (Bucyrus) 51-7 (Fall 2:12)

Cons. Round 3 - Skyler King (Barnesville) 50-6 won by decision over Jackson Bartels (Liberty Center) 23-13 (Dec 4-0)

Cons. Semi - Brayden Brown (Legacy Christian) 36-7 won by decision over Skyler King (Barnesville) 50-7 (Dec 5-4)

5th Place Match - Skyler King (Barnesville) 51-7 won by major decision over Amari Bowers (Conneaut) 41-5 (MD 11-0)

 

HC-4 Austin Powell, Beverly Fort Frye, (12), 41-11

Champ. Round 1 - Amari Bowers (Conneaut) 40-2 won by fall over Austin Powell (Fort Frye) 41-12 (Fall 0:46)

Cons. Round 1 - Mark Ellis (Waynesville) 18-6 won by decision over Austin Powell (Fort Frye) 41-13 (Dec 7-3)

 

144

HC-2 Logan Tague, Barnesville, (12), 44-10

Injured did not wrestle

 

150

ST-1 C.J. Spencer, Wintersville Indian Creek, (12), 45-6 (22:II-144-6th)

(4th Place)

Champ. Round 1 - C.J. Spencer (Indian Creek) 43-4 won by fall over Aiden Stecker (Salem) 37-9 (Fall 3:11)

Quarterfinal - C.J. Spencer (Indian Creek) 44-4 won by fall over Jack Hoskins (Butler) 37-11 (Fall 1:08)

Semifinal - Dominic Hoffarth (Louisville) 36-4 won by decision over C.J. Spencer (Indian Creek) 44-5 (Dec 12-8)

Cons. Semi - C.J. Spencer (Indian Creek) 45-5 won by decision over Savier Faulks (Steubenville) 44-11 (Dec 3-0)

3rd Place Match - P.J. Murphy (Reading) 43-3 won by decision over C.J. Spencer (Indian Creek) 45-6 (Dec 3-1)

 

ST-3 Savier Faulks, Steubenville, (11), 44-12

(6th Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Savier Faulks (Steubenville) 42-9 won by fall over Cohen Klimak (Streetsboro) 29-8 (Fall 1:26)

Quarterfinal - Eli Jacks (Graham Local) 39-6 won by fall over Savier Faulks (Steubenville) 42-10 (Fall 2:48)

Cons. Round 2 - Savier Faulks (Steubenville) 43-10 won by fall over Blake Norman (West Holmes) 32-20 (Fall 0:20)

Cons. Round 3 - Savier Faulks (Steubenville) 44-10 won by decision over Tristan Craddock (Cloverleaf) 46-5 (Dec 10-4)

Cons. Semi - C.J. Spencer (Indian Creek) 45-5 won by decision over Savier Faulks (Steubenville) 44-11 (Dec 3-0)

5th Place Match - Zack Lopez (Col. DeSales) 34-8 won by decision over Savier Faulks (Steubenville) 44-12 (Dec 4-1)

 

HC-1 Reese Stephen, Barnesville, (11), 48-2 (21:III-106-5th)

(State Champion)

Champ. Round 1 - Reese Stephen (Barnesville) 49-2 won by fall over Montana Pierce (McComb) 41-6 (Fall 3:07)

Quarterfinal - Reese Stephen (Barnesville) 50-2 won by decision over Jacob Lyons (Tuslaw) 44-5 (Dec 8-4)

Semifinal - Reese Stephen (Barnesville) 51-2 won in tie breaker - 1 over Kohen Horvath (Mil. Edison) 44-5 (TB-1 5-4)

1st Place Match - Reese Stephen (Barnesville) 52-2 won by decision over Joshua Greenwood (Beachwood) 43-9 (Dec 3-2)

 

155

OO-1 Kylee Tait, Vincent Warren, (11), 27-2 (22:140-2nd, 21:137-6th)

(State Champion)

Champ. Round 1 - Kylee Tait (Warren(G)) 28-2 won by fall over Cailyn Demagall (Columbia(G)) 26-9 (Fall 1:41)

Quarterfinal - Kylee Tait (Warren(G)) 29-2 won by fall over Natasha Knight (Hillsboro(G)) 28-12 (Fall 1:37)

Semifinal - Kylee Tait (Warren(G)) 30-2 won by fall over Makyah Newlun (East Liverpool(G)) 21-1 (Fall 3:48)

1st Place Match - Kylee Tait (Warren(G)) 31-2 won by decision over Savannah Holderby (Reynoldsburg(G)) 28-2 (Dec 10-6)

 

ME-1 Makya Newlun, East Liverpool, (11), 23-1 (22:135-5th)

(3rd Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Makyah Newlun (East Liverpool(G)) 20-0 won by fall over Emma Bolyard (Hil. Darby(G)) 34-10 (Fall 1:16)

Quarterfinal - Makyah Newlun (East Liverpool(G)) 21-0 won by fall over Katie Hammersmith (Marysville(G)) 29-15 (Fall 4:30)

Semifinal - Kylee Tait (Warren(G)) 30-2 won by fall over Makyah Newlun (East Liverpool(G)) 21-1 (Fall 3:48)

Cons. Semi - Makyah Newlun (East Liverpool(G)) 22-1 won by fall over Madison Jeffers (Tri-County North(G)) 7-2 (Fall 2:23)

3rd Place Match - Makyah Newlun (East Liverpool(G)) 23-1 won by major decision over Isabella Adams (Chippewa(G)) 34-6 (MD 8-0)

 

157

ST-1 Dominic Paterra, Wintersville Indian Creek, (12), 43-4 (22:II-150-2nd)

(2nd Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Dominic Paterra (Indian Creek) 44-4 won by decision over Will Stanley (Clyde) 24-4 (Dec 5-1)

Quarterfinal - Dominic Paterra (Indian Creek) 45-4 won by fall over Anthony Lahoski (Woodridge) 48-7 (Fall 5:06)

Semifinal - Dominic Paterra (Indian Creek) 46-4 won by major decision over Owen Eagan (Col. DeSales) 30-7 (MD 9-0)

1st Place Match - Kaden King (Buckeye) 44-4 won by decision over Dominic Paterra (Indian Creek) 46-5 (Dec 6-4)

 

HC-1 Ayden King, Barnesville, (10), 49-10

(5th Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Ayden King (Barnesville) 47-8 won by major decision over Eli Reinhart (Antwerp) 40-9 (MD 10-2)

Quarterfinal - Ayden King (Barnesville) 48-8 won by fall over Kade Wireman (Allen East) 47-5 (Fall 0:53)

Semifinal - Brayden Doran (Preble Shawnee) 39-4 won by decision over Ayden King (Barnesville) 48-9 (Dec 5-3)

Cons. Semi - Tyson Clear (Malvern) 48-6 won by decision over Ayden King (Barnesville) 48-10 (Dec 5-3)

5th Place Match - Ayden King (Barnesville) 49-10 won by decision over Kasen Wellman (Ayersville) 50-8 (Dec 6-4)

 

165

ST-3 Ethan Llewellyn, Wintersville Indian Creek, (10), 38-9

Champ. Round 1 - Oliver Byerly (Jonathan Alder) 39-4 won by major decision over Ethan Llewellyn (Indian Creek) 38-10 (MD 17-8)

Cons. Round 1 - Manny Aller (Columbian) 33-10 won by decision over Ethan Llewellyn (Indian Creek) 38-11 (Dec 6-4)

 

HC-4 Karson Milhoan, Barnesville, (11), 38-14

Champ. Round 1 - Hunter Andel (Gar. Garfield) 45-3 won by tech fall over Karson Milhoan (Barnesville) 38-15 (TF-1.5 2:26 (16-0))

Cons. Round 1 - Trenton Gatchell (Allen East) 49-8 won by decision over Karson Milhoan (Barnesville) 38-16 (Dec 10-5)

 

PE-3 Gabe Bissenbach, Salineville Southern, (11), 31-6

Champ. Round 1 - Gage Bolt (Westfall) 37-2 won by fall over Gabe Bissenbach (Sal. Southern) 31-7 (Fall 1:53)

Cons. Round 1 - Gabe Bissenbach (Sal. Southern) 32-7 won by decision over Sam Moore (Wayne Trace) 33-9 (Dec 4-0)

Cons. Round 2 - Dalton Wolfrum (Tinora) 50-5 won by decision over Gabe Bissenbach (Sal. Southern) 32-8 (Dec 6-3)

 

HC-3 Ethan Waggoner, Richmond Edison, (12), 40-9

Champ. Round 1 - Cody Coontz (Rootstown) 46-4 won by fall over Ethan Waggoner (Rich. Edison) 40-10 (Fall 1:06)

Cons. Round 1 - Kael Margraf (Mohawk) 46-11 won by decision over Ethan Waggoner (Rich. Edison) 40-11 (Dec 6-3)

 

175

ST-1 Gabe Morgan, Lisbon Beaver, (11), 36-7

Champ. Round 1 - Gabe Morgan (Beaver Local) 37-7 won by decision over Chance Snow (Wauseon) 31-12 (Dec 7-3)

Quarterfinal - Dickie Engel (Reading) 38-6 won by fall over Gabe Morgan (Beaver Local) 37-8 (Fall 3:39)

Cons. Round 2 - Hunter Dietrich (Minerva) 38-9 won by decision over Gabe Morgan (Beaver Local) 37-9 (Dec 7-3)

 

HC-1 George Hulsey, Martins Ferry, (12), 43-11

Champ. Round 1 - Brandon Bruce-Bey (Cle. Cent. Cath.) 36-12 won by decision over George Hulsey (Martins Ferry) 43-12 (Dec 3-1)

Cons. Round 1 - Cannon Endicott (Elmwood) 39-4 won by decision over George Hulsey (Martins Ferry) 43-13 (Dec 5-4)

 

PE-3 Wyatt Morris, Salineville Southern, (12), 31-6

Champ. Round 1 - Wyatt Morris (Sal. Southern) 32-6 won by decision over Xavier Watson (Malvern) 38-9 (Dec 7-5)

Quarterfinal - Kane Epperly (Versailles) 50-4 won by fall over Wyatt Morris (Sal. Southern) 32-7 (Fall 3:51)

Cons. Round 2 - Cannon Endicott (Elmwood) 40-4 won by decision over Wyatt Morris (Sal. Southern) 32-8 (Dec 7-4)

 

190

HC-2 Marshal Sayre, Caldwell, (12), 42-5

Champ. Round 1 - Owen Pummel (Indian Lake) 40-6 won by decision over Marshal Sayre (Caldwell) 42-6 (Dec 5-3)

Cons. Round 1 - Connor Sintobin (Delta) 29-14 won by decision over Marshal Sayre (Caldwell) 42-7 (Dec 9-3

 

HC-4 Alexander Finsley, Martins Ferry, (12), 50-14

(6th Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Lee Burkett (Troy Christian) 35-7 won by decision over Alexander Finsley (Martins Ferry) 47-12 (Dec 5-4)

Cons. Round 1 - Alexander Finsley (Martins Ferry) 48-12 won by decision over Hayden Garrow (Columbia) 44-7 (Dec 4-2)

Cons. Round 2 - Alexander Finsley (Martins Ferry) 49-12 won by decision over Blake Elliott (East Knox) 14-5 (Dec 7-3)

Cons. Round 3 - Alexander Finsley (Martins Ferry) 50-12 won by decision over Colton Sparks (Plymouth) 48-4 (Dec 2-1)

Cons. Semi - Ronnie Thomas (Mechanicsburg) 47-4 won by decision over Alexander Finsley (Martins Ferry) 50-13 (Dec 3-2)

5th Place Match - Connor Sintobin (Delta) 32-15 won by decision over Alexander Finsley (Martins Ferry) 50-14 (Dec 2-1

 

215

ST-1 Elijah Llewellyn, Wintersville Indian Creek, (12), 34-5 (21:II-220-4th)

(2nd Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Elijah Llewellyn (Indian Creek) 35-5 won by major decision over Terrance Davis (Orange) 39-10 (MD 15-4)

Quarterfinal - Elijah Llewellyn (Indian Creek) 36-5 won by fall over Marquis Lucas (Linden McKinley) 11-3 (Fall 4:40)

Semifinal - Elijah Llewellyn (Indian Creek) 37-5 won by decision over Mekhi Bradley (Mansfield Senior) 36-5 (Dec 4-3)

1st Place Match - Max Shulaw (Col. DeSales) 51-0 won by fall over Elijah Llewellyn (Indian Creek) 37-6 (Fall 3:41)

 

HC-1 Lucas Thomas, Cadiz Harrison Central, (11), 45-3 (22:III-215-6th)

(2nd Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Lucas Thomas (Harrison Central) 46-3 won by decision over Charlie Wells (Black River) 34-10 (Dec 10-6)

Quarterfinal - Lucas Thomas (Harrison Central) 47-3 won by decision over Caleb Cunningham (Ash. Crestview) 20-7 (Dec 6-4)

Semifinal - Lucas Thomas (Harrison Central) 48-3 won by fall over Christopher Colucci (South Range) 42-2 (Fall 6:31)

1st Place Match - Tyler Shellenbarger (Mogadore) 45-3 won in sudden victory - 1 over Lucas Thomas (Harrison Central) 48-4 (SV-1 7-5)

 

285

HC-3 Marshall Bier, Hannibal River, (12), 43-3

Champ. Round 1 - Dustin Winner (Miami East) 39-7 won by decision over Marshal Bier (Han. River) 43-4 (Dec 1-0)

Cons. Round 1 - Javen Gaines (Tinora) 37-8 won by fall over Marshal Bier (Han. River) 43-5 (Fall 4:34)

 

HC-2 Landen Thomas, Cadiz Harrison Central, (10), 40-5

(5th Place)

Champ. Round 1 - Landen Thomas (Harrison Central) 38-3 won by decision over Cohen Hickman (Greeneview) 34-6 (Dec 6-5)

Quarterfinal - Landen Thomas (Harrison Central) 39-3 won by fall over Daren Christine (Conneaut) 43-4 (Fall 4:37)

Semifinal - Dallas McCracken (United) 48-7 won by fall over Landen Thomas (Harrison Central) 39-4 (Fall 6:00)

Cons. Semi - Owen Box (Liberty Center) 39-3 won by fall over Landen Thomas (Harrison Central) 39-5 (Fall 2:35)

5th Place Match - Landen Thomas (Harrison Central) 40-5 won by fall over Griffin Halenar (Newark Cath.) 39-8 (Fall 3:49)

 

 

 

OVAC Wrestlers in Div 1 Bracket:

2023 NCAA Division 1 Championship

 

Ohio University, OH

157 Kellar, Peyten 23-7

 

Lehigh, PA

157 Humphreys, Josh 16-0

 

West Virginia, WV

165 Hall, Peyton 23-4


184 Carman, Anthony 17-13

 

Wisconsin, WI

197 Amos, Braxton 18-7

 

 

 

 

03-08-23

Congratulations to the WV State Placers & State Champions!!!

AA/A

1st

113 Logan Davis (Oak Glen) p. Triston Wills (Fairmont Senior), 2:31

132 Gunner Andrick (Point Pleasant) p. Hayden Lamb (Oak Glen), 0:19

175 Colten Caron (Independence) p. Adam Angel (Cameron), 3:29



3rd

120 Tucker Lilly (Greenbrier West) dec. Wyatt Wolanski (Oak Glen), 8-4

126 Slaton Pettit (Cameron) dec. Zane Minger (Clay County), 7-4

144 Ashton Hoge (Cameron) dec. Caelyb Nichols (Independence), 9-8

165 Braxton Dlugopolski (Oak Glen) dec. Chase Lowe (Wirt County), 6-0

215 Isaac Martin (Wheeling Central) p. Luke Moffitt (Point Pleasant), 2:30



5th

106 Austin McKenzie (Greenbrier West) dec. Aiden Anderson (Oak Glen), 2-1

138 Payton Neely (Cameron) dec. Noah Mace (Winfield), 8-7

144 Moses Gray (Greenbrier West) p. Shawn Young (Weir), 0:41

157 Andrew Rollyson (Herbert Hoover) dec. Michael Heath (Oak Glen), 5-3

190 Trenton Huffman (Doddridge County) dec. Greg Sauers (Oak Glen), 3-0





AAA:

1st

126 Tyler Roark (Woodrow Wilson) dec. Brady Roberts (Parkersburg South), 9-2

138 Ryan Martin (Parkersburg South) dec. Lucas Talley (Hurricane), 7-2

144 Bradyn Lucas (Wheeling Park) dec. Moses Eads (St. Albans), 4-1

150 Quinton Velas (Wheeling Park) maj. dec. Makiya Powell (Parkersburg South), 13-1

157 Ethan Osborne (Woodrow Wilson) dec. Dom Parker (University), 7-4

175 Gage Wright (Parkersburg South) dec. Luca Felix (University), 7-2

190 Nick Giompalo (Cabell Midland) maj. dec. Robert Shockey (Parkersburg South), 16-6

215 Brock Kehler (University) p. Erick Brothers (Wheeling Park), 2:43



3rd

106 Pepper Martin (University) dec. Corbin Phillips (Parkersburg South), 8-5

144 Nathan Murphy (Parkersburg South) dec. Jackson Stewart (Cabell Midland), 5-4

157 Kyle Wheeler (Parkersburg South) dec. Cole Turner (Preston), 3-1

165 Dakota Hagedorn (University) dec. Klypsan Wallace (John Marshall), 5-2

190 Tyler Wise (Brooke) dec. Gavin Washington (Wheeling Park), 3-0

215 Ayden Morris (Parkersburg South) p. Jerron Allen (St. Albans), 3-0

285 Brycen Arthur (Parkersburg South) dec. Connor McCann (Spring Valley), 3-1



5th

113 Brodie Emery (University) dec. Zander Ward (John Marshall), 7-2

120 Josh Sergent (Riverside) dec. Colton Gillespie (University), 4-1

126 Ethan Cook (John Marshall) dec. Logan McFarland (Washington), 7-4

132 Jack Lowe (Wheeling Park) dec. Carter Pauley (University), 2-1

157 Malaki Washington (Wheeling Park) p. Will James (St. Albans), 4-2

165 Jameson Maynard (Wheeling Park) dec. Mason Wills (Oak Hill), 9-2

 

OVAC Sees Five Qualify for First OHSAA Girls Wrestling State Championship

History in the making!

 

 

03-05-23

2023 Girls Regional Tournaments
 

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Reg. Tournament: Girls - Mentor (3/5/23)

 

 

 

 


2023 OHSAA State Tournaments

 

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Congratulations to the 31  OVAC Ohio State Qualifiers

 

106

HC-1 Johnathan Huntsman, Barnesville, (11), 44-6

 

HC-2 Gavin Bolock, Belmont Union Local, (10), 33-13

 

113

HC-1 Tristen Rossiter, Sarahsville Shenandoah, (11), 41-3

 

 

120

 ST-1 Robert Buchheit, Lisbon Beaver, (9), 38-4

 

HC-4 Dylan Ward, Martins Ferry, (12), 48-5

 

126

HC-1 Drake Kanyuch, Sarahsville Shenandoah, (12), 40-5 (22:III-126-6th)

 

HC-4 Hines Ford, Barnesville, (9), 37-11

 

132

ST-1 Brody Saccoccia, Steubenville, (10), 18-2 (22:II-120-2nd)

 

HC-1 Dakota King, Barnesville, (11), 44-5 (22:III-120-3rd, 21:III-113-6th)

 

 

138

ST-4 Cal Beadling, Steubenville, (11), 28-6

 

HC-1 Skyler King, Barnesville, (11), 47-5 (22:III-138-6th)

 

HC-4 Austin Powell, Beverly Fort Frye, (12), 41-11

 

144

HC-2 Logan Tague, Barnesville, (12), 44-10

 

150

ST-1 C.J. Spencer, Wintersville Indian Creek, (12), 42-4 (22:II-144-6th)

 

ST-3 Savier Faulks, Steubenville, (11), 41-9

 

HC-1 Reese Stephen, Barnesville, (11), 48-2 (21:III-106-5th)

 

157

ST-1 Dominic Paterra, Wintersville Indian Creek, (12), 43-4 (22:II-150-2nd)

 

HC-1 Ayden King, Barnesville, (10), 46-8

 

165

ST-3 Ethan Llewellyn, Wintersville Indian Creek, (10), 38-9

 

HC-4 Karson Milhoan, Barnesville, (11), 38-14

 

PE-3 Gabe Bissenbach, Salineville Southern, (11), 31-6

 

HC-3 Ethan Waggoner, Richmond Edison, (12), 40-9

 

 

175

ST-1 Gabe Morgan, Lisbon Beaver, (11), 36-7

 

HC-1 George Hulsey, Martins Ferry, (12), 43-11

 

PE-3 Wyatt Morris, Salineville Southern, (12), 31-6

 

190

HC-2 Marshal Sayre, Caldwell, (12), 42-5

 

HC-4 Alexander Finsley, Martins Ferry, (12), 47-11

 

215

ST-1 Elijah Llewellyn, Wintersville Indian Creek, (12), 34-5 (21:II-220-4th)

 

HC-1 Lucas Thomas, Cadiz Harrison Central, (11), 45-3 (22:III-215-6th)

 

285

HC-3 Marshall Bier, Hannibal River, (12), 43-3

 

HC-2 Landen Thomas, Cadiz Harrison Central, (10), 37-3

 

 

 

 

02-26-23

OHSAA District Tournaments

Dist. Tournament: Division II - Steubenville (3/3/23-3/4/23)

Dist. Tournament: Division III - Harrison Central (3/3/23-3/4/23)

Dist. Tournament: Division III - Perry (3/3/23-3/4/23)

 

OAC Grade School District @ Steubenville

 

 

 

02-24-23

East District
 
Sect. Tournament: Div. II - Steubenville (2/25/23)
 
Sect. Tournament: Div. II - Claymont (2/25/23)
 
Sect. Tournament: Div. III - Barnesville (2/25/23)
 
Sect. Tournament: Div. III - Sandy Valley (2/25/23)

Sect. Tournament: Div. III - Rootstown (2/25/23)

 

OAC Grade School District @ Steubenville

 

 

WV STATE TOURNAMENT BRACKETS

AAA
AA/A

 

02-19-23

WV STATE TOURNAMENT BRACKETS

AAA
AA/A

 

 2/19/2023 Buckeye Local HS : OAC JH District

 

 

02-17-23

Regional brackets to date (subject to revision after scratch meetings):
A/AA Region I
A/AA Region II
A/AA Region III
A/AA Region IV

AAA Region I
AAA Region II - Updated 2/17 2:53 p.m.
AAA Region III
AAA Region IV

 

MOVL

Borofan Write Up

 



Buckeye 8

Borofan Write Up

 Eric Williams East Liverpool  MVP!

 

 

02-14-23

State Tournament Tickets (ohsaa.org)

 



MOVL

Borofan Write Up

 



Buckeye 8

Borofan Write Up

 

 

 

 

 

02-12-23

 

2023 OHSWCA State Dual Tournaments
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State Dual Tournament FAQ
 

OHSWCA Dual Meet State Championships - Division I (2/11/23)
 
OHSWCA Dual Meet State Championships - Division II (2/11/23)
 
OHSWCA Dual Meet State Championships - Division III (2/11/23)

 

 

 

 

 

22-23 OVAC Duals

Dov

 

 

 

02-04-23

Sect. Tournament: Div. II - Steubenville

 

OHSWCA District Duals: Division II - Steubenville (2/4/23)

 

OHSWCA District Duals: Division III - Coshocton (2/4/23)

 

Feb 4 - HS AAA West Virginia Team State Duals Championships
    Championship Match: Parkersburg South 45 Spring Mills 26
    3rd Place Match: Wheeling Park 44 Woodrow Wilson 33
    5th Place Match: University 56 Cabell Midland 15
    7th Place Match: St. Albans 48 Washington 18
    Semifinal Match #1: Spring Mills 39 Wheeling Park 30
    Semifinal Match #2: Parkersburg South 59 Woodrow Wilson 18
    Consolation Semifinal Match #1: Cabell Midland 55 St. Albans 22
    Consolation Semifinal Match #2: University 72 Washington 7
    First Round Match #1: C1-Wheeling Park 55 R3-St. Albans 24
    First Round Match #2: C2-Spring Mills 40 R4-Cabell Midland 33
    First Round Match #3: C3-Woodrow Wilson 34 R1-University 33 (Criteria D)
    First Round Match #4: C4-Parkersburg South 76 R2-Washington 5

 

 

Feb 3 - HS AA/A West Virginia Team State Duals Championships
    Championship Match: Fairmont Senior 39 Point Pleasant 31
    3rd Place Match: Oak Glen 42 Braxton County 30
    5th Place Match: Herbert Hoover 45 Independence 31
    7th Place Match: Winfield 54 Lewis County 24
    Semifinal Match #1: Fairmont Senior 48 Braxton County 24
    Semifinal Match #2: Point Pleasant 50 Oak Glen 28
    Consolation Semifinal Match #1: Independence 51 Winfield 29
    Consolation Semifinal Match #2: Herbert Hoover 69 Lewis County 12
    First Round Match #1: C1-Fairmont Senior 64 R3-Independence 18
    First Round Match #2: C2-Braxton County 51 R4-Winfield 19
    First Round Match #3: R1-Oak Glen 57 C3-Herbert Hoover 12
    First Round Match #4: C4-Point Pleasant 78 R2-Lewis County 6

 

22-23 OVAC Duals

Dov

 

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 The pairings for the 2023 Bill Hindgardner Dual Meet Championships are listed below for each division, as well as all pertinent information. We look forward to two nights of great competition!

Wednesday, February 1:

Location: Brooke High School

Start Time: 6:00 P.M.

Weigh-Ins: 5:00 P.M.

Round 1:

4A

#1 St. Clairsville 21 #4 Oak Glen 62

#2 Indian Creek 39
  #3 Edison 30
 

Round 2:

1st Place Oak Glen 47 Indian Creek 25

3rd Place Edison 57  St Clairsville 21

 


1A/2A:

#1 Shadyside 25 #2 Bridgeport 24
(Criteria L, Greatest amount of reversals!)



Final Round Immediately following Round 1.

Thursday, February 2:

Location: John Marshall Field House

Start Time: 6:00 P.M.

Weigh-Ins: 5:00 P.M.

Round 1:

3A

#1 Linsly 42  #4 Magnolia 28

#2 Barnesville 51   #3 Martins Ferry 26

5A

#1 Wheeling Park 71  #4 Brooke 11

#2 Steubenville 37  #3 John Marshall 35

Final Round Immediately following Round 1

 

3A Finals

Barnesville 55     Linsly 23

Martins Ferry 70     Magnolia 6

 

5A Finals

Wheeling Park 53    Steubenville 21

John Marshall 72    Brooke 12

 

 

01-28-23

Buck Bailey Memorial Wellsville

Brackets bb23.pdf

Team Score BB 23.pdf

 

 

22-23 OVAC Duals

Steub

 

Buckeye Local Panther Classic

Borofan write up

 

Jimmy Wood Invitational - New Lexington

Borofan write up

Barn, StC & War

 

Mason Boyd Memorial Invitational - Watkins

Borofan write up

Camb

 

2023 Frank Ferguson Brooke Classic

 

EOWL @ Austintown Fitch

Borofan write up

BvL

 

WSAZ HS Results (sikorasoftsystems.com)

 

 

 

 

Jr. High OVC @ Union Local

 

 

 

01-25-23

22-23 OVAC Duals

StC  & Lin    

 

 

OVAC Wrestling Info:

69th ANNUAL O.V.A.C. “Ron Mauck” WRESTLING TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP

WESBANCO ARENA JANUARY 19, 20 & 21. 2023

The O.V.A.C. Wrestling Tournament Press Conference will be held at Wesbanco Arena Monday
January 16, 2023 at 6:00 P.M. There will be 456 wrestlers representing forty –three
O.V.A.C. schools participating in the three day event.

 

2023 Free Youth Wrestling Clinic OVAC Jan 21 Presented by Smittys Carpet

 

The 69th OVAC RON MAUCK WRESTLING TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS will be live streamed on Saturday, January 21st:

Click Link Below for Final Matches Live on the internet at 3:15PM

2023 OVAC Wrestling Tournament Championships (wtrf.com)

 

 

Click link below for a video replay of OVAC Finals!


https://fb.watch/ida6SJSRgA/?mibextid=cr9u03

I would like to thank WTRF for letting me announce last night with Scott Nolte!

 

 


Championship matches to air live on www.WTRF.com starting at 3:15pm (Will be at the top of their landing page.
Watch on any device or smart tv!
Production provided by John Marshall High School's WJMH Media, a student-run broadcast team
WTRF’s Scott Nolte will call play-by-play along with a color commentator

 

2023 OVAC Live Tournament Link

Brackets final

 

2023 OVAC Semifinal Marquee Matchups

 

2023 OVAC Finals Marquee Matchups

 

 

Seeded wrestlers that scratched:

144 #8 Garrett Spohn Morg, 150 #1 Dakota Hagedorn Univ, 285 #3 Zane McCoy BvL

Buy your 2023 OVAC Wrestling Tickets Today!!!

Tournament Schedule

25 Year Returning Champions

2023 OVAC Officials

2023 OVAC Weigh In Schedule

2023 OVAC Opening Ceremonies Instructions

2023 OVAC Seeds

2023 Team Seeds

2023 Track Wrestling Tournament Team Predictions

2023 OVAC "Bill Hinegardner" Wrestling Dual Meet Standings

 

News Articles:

Parkersburg South, University Tied For Overall Lead; Barnesville Tops 3A The Intelligencer by Kim North

https://www.wtrf.com/sports/69th-ron-mauck-ovac-wrestling-tournament-opens/

https://wtov9.com

 

 

 

2023 Opening Round Write Up by Jenny Hannan

Borofan Write Up

WTOV 9 Press Conference

The Herald Star by Kim North

The Intelligencer by Seth Staskey

The Intelligencer Final Write up

 

 

Awards:

2023 OVAC Jr. High Coach of the Year Seth Fluharty Steubenville

2023 OVAC Assistant Coach of the Year T.J. Miller Beaver Local

2023 OVAC A/AA Coach of the Year Tim Jones Cameron

2023 OVAC AAA Coach of the Year Jayson Stephen Barnesville

2023 OVAC AAAA Coach of the Year Brandon Pendleton Indian Creek

2023 OVAC AAAAA Coach of the Year Brian Leggett Wheeling Park

2023 James "Dead Eye" Morris scholarship Nate Shelek Wheeling Park

2023 Sydney "Syd" Stolz Memorial Award Harrison Central

2023 OVAC Official of the Year Tom Regis Martins Ferry

2023 OVAC Bob Sadler Sportsmanship Award Union Local High School

 2023 Hercules Award Logan Davis 5 pins in 7:24

2023 OVAC Director's Award Shane Shaffer

2023 OVAC Mr. Mat Merle Tournay

 2023  David Bierkortte (MVP) Award Winner Dakota King Barnesville

 

 

 

 

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01-14-23

NOVICE mania Presented by Smittys Sportatorium Jan 22nd, 2023

 

Licking Heights Invitational

Barn


Results


Borofans write up

 

 

 

2022-23 OVAC Rankings (updated 7:24PM)

 

22-23 OVAC Duals

PS & SCC

 

 

 

 

01-11-23

OHSWCA District Duals: Division II - Steubenville (2/4/23)

 

OHSWCA District Duals: Division III - Coshocton (2/4/23)

 

 

2022-23 OVAC Rankings (Major changes)

 

22-23 OVAC Duals

Steub, ED, SL, Lin, Riv, MF & OG

 

 

 

01-09-23

Cameron High School Invitational

 

2022-23 OVAC Rankings 1-9-23

 

22-23 OVAC Duals

Steub, PS, Dov, Brk

 

 

 

01-08-23

Weekend tournaments:

JC Gorman

Borofans write up

EL & Camb

Results

 

JACKSON-MILTON
INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT

Borofans write up

Well



Results

 

Licking Valley Wrestling Invitational

Borofans write up

Bell & WL



Results

 

LAST MAN
STANDING
Host: Shadyside

Borofans write up



Results



STEVE YINGER
MEMORIAL INVITATIONAL
Host: Nelsonville-York
FF & Mari

Borofans write up



Results



TORNADO
CLASSIC
Host: West Muskingum
Bpt & BL

Borofans write up



Results


 

COMET
CLASSIC
Host: Central Crossing

UL

 

Borofans write up



Results



Jr High Tournaments:

 

BMC @ Indian Creek

Results


 

 



 

 

01-05-23

22-23 OVAC Duals

Dov, Steub, IC, MF, PS, OG, Brk, WP, & StC

 

 

OVAC Dual Meet Standings

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nogay among first announced for ’23 OVAC HOF Class 

 

 

Max Nogay

The dawn of a new year means the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference Hall of Fame is about to increase its membership once again. 

The first four members of the Class of 2023, representing the decades of the 2000s and the 2010s, have a combined six individual state championships, were part of four team championships and each competed at the Division I level collegiately. 

Barnesville’s Jennie Castle and Union Local’s Koel Davia represent the decade of the 2000s, while Magnolia’s Justin Fox and Madonna’s Max Nogay are the selections for the decade of the 2010s. 

The 19th annual OVAC Hall of Fame Induction will be held at WesBanco Arena in Wheeling on Saturday, Aug. 12. 

The OVAC Hall of Fame, which is sponsored by Robinson Automotive Group, will announce members of the Class of 2023 every two weeks for the next couple of months. 

Below is a capsule look at each honoree: 

— JENNIE CASTLE, Barnesville (Class of 2001) — This former Shamrock is one of the most decorated middle-distance runners the Ohio Valley has ever produced. 

Castle got it done, on the track, primarily in the 800-meter run where she won the 2001 state championship in what was then a state-record time of 2:12.05.  

Prior to arriving at the state meet, as a senior, Castle had put together a resume that was basically second to none. She won four consecutive regional championships in the 800 and had placed three times in the state meet at the distance. She was fifth as a freshman and sophomore before winning the bronze as a junior. 

In total, Castle was a six-time All-Ohioan on the track. She was also part of two 4×800 teams that scored in the state. 

She won 10 Eastern District titles and a like number of OVAC championships. At the conference meet, to help the team to score more points, Castle was also asked to demonstrate her versatility. That’s proven by the fact that when she graduated she held a conference record in six events. 

While Castle excelled in the middle distance on the track, she also certainly had the ability to run long distance as she demonstrated during the fall for the Shamrocks’ cross country team. 

Castle was an All-Ohioan as a freshman in cross country, placing eighth. She was the first Shamrock finisher at the 1997 Division III state meet and led them to the team championship, She was the district champion in cross country as a sophomore and a four-time All-OVAC performer in cross country.  

Along with the state championship, the Shamrocks won four consecutive OVAC team titles during her cross country career. 

Castle continued her track career at the University of Akron where she ran personal-best times of 2:06.91 and 4:23.26 in the 800 and 1500, respectively. She was a Mid-American Conference Outdoor champion in 2005 in the 1500 and qualified for the NCAA National Meet. She placed in the MAC meet — either indoor or outdoor — six times and was second-team All-MAC four other times. She also earned Academic All-MAC and All-American accolades. 

Castle ran professionally for the Atlanta Track Club 

— KOEL DAVIA, Union Local (Class of 2004) — This former Jet etched his name into Ohio wrestling history by pulling off one of the rarest feats possible. 

Davia had his hand raised after a state championship match three times, which has only been done by 68 other grapplers in Buckeye State history.  

During the 2002 season, Davia, who hadn’t qualified for the state meet as a freshman, reached the championship match and earned his first gold in 59 seconds with a first-period pin.  

Davia claimed the OVAC title in 2003 before embarking on his post-season journey, which saw him arrive back in Columbus with a chance to defend his title. He did so with a 4-1 victory over Harrison Central’s Tony Carrothers. 

As a senior, Davia was denied in the OVAC title match by OVAC Hall of Famer and eventual Division II state champion Adam Hoppell in one of the best matches contested in conference tournament history. 

However, Davia, competing in Division III in the postseason, didn’t dwell on that match. He capped his brilliant career with a 4-2 victory in the state final and put the finishing touches on a 49-2 season. 

Davia finished his prep career with an impressive 167-27 career record, which at the time of his graduation was the eighth most in Ohio history. Of his total victories, an astounding 101 came via the pin, which at the time was the eighth most in Ohio history.  

Davia was named the 2004 Eastern District and Ohio OVAC Wrestler of the Year. 

After being ranked the 99th-best recruit in America, Davia continued his wrestling career at Division I Edinboro University. He competed there for two seasons.  

Along with his work on the wrestling mat, Davia was a multi-year letterman in football as a lineman.  

He was also a standout in the throwing circles for the Jets’ track team. He had owned the school discus record until it was broken in 2022.  

— JUSTIN FOX, Magnolia (Class of 2011) — It didn’t matter if it was on the football or baseball field, this former Blue Eagle just got it done with regularity. 

Fox is the winningest quarterback in West Virginia and Ohio Valley history and earned upwards of 18 post-season accolades in football and baseball combined. 

In football, Fox played a myriad of positions, but it was at quarterback where he made his presence felt the most. During his senior season, he led the Blue Eagles to their first state championship since 1964 with a perfect 14-0 record and captured the Kennedy Award as the state of West Virginia’s premier prep player. 

As a senior, Fox completed 149 of 231 passes for 2,474 yards and 29 touchdowns. He ran for nine additional touchdowns and kicked an astounding 71 PATs. He broke the school record for career passing yards. 

He earned First Team All-State in each of his final three years of high school at three different positions. He was honored as a quarterback as a senior, defensive back as a junior and punter as a sophomore. He was thrice named to the All-OVAC squad as well as All-Valley Big School and was named the Ohio Valley HS Football Player of the Year by WTOV-9. 

On the baseball field, Fox earned All-State First Team twice, including the captain of the Class AA team as a pitcher. He was also listed as a pitcher after his junior season and as a utility player following his sophomore campaign. He was named All-OVAC three times as well as All-Valley. He guided the Blue Eagles to the OVAC Class 3A title in 2009. 

It was baseball that Fox pursued at the collegiate level. He opted to continue his career at West Virginia University where he started 92 games in his Mountaineer career and appeared in 131. He ranked third on the team, as a senior, with a .273 batting average. He earned four letters during his time in Morgantown.  

Fox had a brief professional career, playing two years in the Frontier League with Washington, Pa. and Rockford, Ill. 

Justin currently resides in Rivesville, W.Va.

 

— MAX NOGAY, Madonna (Class of 2010) — It didn’t matter what or where this former Blue Don standout played, he did a lot of winning. 

Nogay is one of the rare athletes who won multiple team and individual state championships during his prep career as he earned multiple letters and accolades in football, wrestling and baseball. 

In football, Nogay played quartrerback for the Blue Dons and led the team to a 21-0 record in that stretch, including a perfect 14-0 season in 2009 which was capped with a Class A state championship. He passed and ran for more than 1,000 yards in that season. 

For his efforts, Nogay was named First Team All-State as a defensive back and was named captain of the unit. He was second-team All-State as a junior and honorable mention following his sophomore season. He was also named All-OVAC and All-Valley twice. After his senior season, he was named a prep All-American by MaxPreps.  

That football season set the tone for the wrestling season where Nogay became Madonna’s first OVAC Champion at 171 pounds that season. He followed that up by claiming his second state championship. He won the 160-pound title as a junior. He was a four-time state placer and was also named the OVAC West Virginia Wrestler of the Year. 

A pitcher and shortstop, Nogay was just as impressive on the baseball diamond. He led the Blue Dons to their first state title in 2010, which followed up their first appearance in the state tournament a season prior. Three times, Nogay was named First Team All-State as an infielder and twice was a captain. He was named All-OVAC three times and twice All-Valley.  

Despite his football and wrestling prowess, it was baseball and the chance to play at West Virginia that won out for Nogay. He matriculated to Morgantown and lettered three times as a catcher and designated hitter. He started 52 games and hit five career home runs, including a grand slam. He also posted a .991 fielding percentage in 2012, committing nary an error in 156 chances. He earned both All-Big East and All-Big 12 accolades for his work in the classroom. 

Max is currently an assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of West Virginia and is Environmental Justice Coordinator in Wheeling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12-30-22

St Clairsville  Tournament 2022

Congratulations to the Purple Riders varsity wrestling team for taking home the championship at the America’s Best Value Inn Tournament at St. Clairsville HS today

Team Scores:

Martins Ferry, 115; Oak Glen, 88; Newark, 77; St. Clairsville, 66; Edison, 54; Beaver Local, 46; Wheeling Central, 44; Linsly, 42; Zanesville, 31; Cameron, 28; Bridgeport, 21; Steubenville, 21; Bellaire, 17; East Liverpool, 16; Maysville, 14.

 

Congratulations to Johnny Bailey East Liverpool MVP!

Championship Finals

106 — Anderson (OG) dec. Fisher (Beav), 7-6.

113 — Davis (OG) pinned Mahoney (MF), 1:48.

120 — Ward (MF) pinned Pittman (Ed), 3:12.

126 — Smith (New) pinned Taylor (New), 1:54.

132 — Cayton (New) pinned Fillon (StC), 1:26.

138 — Sands (Whg CC) dec. Neely (Cam), 4-2.

144 — McKeever (StC) pinned White (Mays), 1:19.

150 — Justice (New) pinned Fogle (MF), 3:26.

157 — Heath (OG) pinned Pyle (Bpt), 5:04

165 — Dlugopski (OG) dec. Brady (Whg CC), 6-0.

175 — Waggoner (Ed) dec. Hulsey (MF), 6-5.

190 — Bailey (EL) pinned Finsley (MF), 5:02.

215 — Martin (Whg CC) pinned Taylor (Lins), 3:32.

285 — Palian (Lins) won by injury default.

 

2022-23 OVAC Rankings 12-30-22

 

 

12-29-22

Ohio Valley Athletic Conference :: 2023 Wrestling Dual Standings

 

I will be updating rankings off and on all day

 

22-23 OVAC Duals

Weir

 

Weekend Tournaments
 

12-(28-29)-22

Wheeling Park Duals

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Times & Teams

Buy Tickets at WesBanco Arena

 


12-29-22
Brecksville
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Barn & Dov

Borofan write up

 

 

Powerade Tournament

PS

2022 Powerade Seeds

172 Gage Wright Parkersburg South-WV 4 Seed

Congratulations to Gage Wright 2nd place finish!

 

12-22-22

12-27-22
West Jefferson Tournament
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HC

Borofan write up

 

 

Spartan Jr High Tournament
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UL

12-26-22
Fort Frye
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Borofan write up

 

22-23 OVAC Duals

HC, WL, WP, Brk, Mag, PS, Barn, BL & BvL

12.21.22 Highlights: Beaver Local @ Steubenville wrestling | WTOV (wtov9.com)

Park wrestlers stop Brooke, Parkersburg in tri-match | News, Sports, Jobs - The Herald Star (heraldstaronline.com)

 

JV Austintown Tournament
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BvL & OG

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to Gage Wright PS Beast of the East Champion!!!

 

Gage gets a takedown with 8 seconds remaining to win the match 3-1 over Harvey Ludington of Brick Memorial.
Congratulations, Gage Wright, 2022 Beast of the East 175-lb Champion! First Beast of the East champion in Parkersburg South Wrestling history!
 

Wow great job Gage!

 

May be an image of 1 person and standing

12-19-22

2022-23 OVAC Rankings 12-19-22

I have done Barnesville, University, North Canton, Div 3 Classic & Beaver Local Tournaments

 

 

 

12-16-22

2022-23 OVAC Rankings 12-15-22

 

The weekend tournaments:

 

Barnesville

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Barnesville seeds 2022


Borofans write up

Barnesville Live Video

 


Hoppel

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Borofans write up

 

University

Nurse Pro Plus Tournament (trackwrestling.com)

 

North Canton

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Borofans write up

 

 


Coshocton

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Borofans write up

 



Div 3 classic

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Borofans write up

 

 

Buckeye Local Jr. High Tournament

 

Shadyside Youth Tournament

 

 

 

 

12-15-22

12.14.22 Highlights: Steubenville @ Oak Glen wrestling | WTOV (wtov9.com)

 

22-23 OVAC Duals

WP, Steub, Lin, Dov, SCC, Weir & BL

 

 

12-13-22

Trinity duals

WP Results

 

2022-23 OVAC Rankings 12-12-22

 

22-23 OVAC Duals

OG, WC, JM, & Lin

 

 Shadyside Youth Tournament - December 17, 2022

 

 

 

12-10-22

2022-23 OVAC Rankings 12-10-22

 

 

Tournaments for the weekend:

2022 Ironman

Tickets & Info

Barn, Steub, IC & PS

Borofan write up

 

 

Union Local Tournament

Borofan write up

1. 285: D2 #8 Fulgham (Circleville) vs D3 #7 Bier (Hannibal River)



2. 215: D2 #13 Ostovich (Steubenville) vs D3 #20 Strawn (Hannibal River)



3. 157: D2 #26 Faulks (Steubenville) vs D3 #9 A.King (Barnesville)

 

 

Warren Local Tournament

 

United Local Tournament

Well, Tor, BvL

 

 

Logan Invitational

BL

 

Indian Creek Jr. High Tournament

 

Indian Creek Grade School Tournament

 

Chartiers- Houston Tournament

OG

 

 

12-09-22

2022 Ironman Seeds

175 Gage Wright PS # 2 seed!!!!

157 Dom Paterra IC # 13

215 Erick Brothers Jr. # 8

 

 

 

Jr. High Bubba Coleman Memorial Invitational

 

22-23 OVAC Duals

Lin, Morg, WP, HC & IC

 

 

12-05-22

2022-23 OVAC Rankings 12-05-22

 

 Lonnie Kittle/Norm Maisel Wrestling Tournament Brackets (University)

 

Washington Elite Opener

WP

 

22-23 OVAC Duals

WC

 

 

 

12-02-22

22-23 OVAC Duals

 

2022-23 OVAC Rankings 12-01-22

 

 

Cambridge Tournament

Results Here:

Borofan write up

 

BEST POSSIBLE MATCHES


1. 113: D2 #3 Taylor (West Holmes) vs D2 #10 Buchheit
(Beaver Local)



2. 150:
D2 #4 Spencer (Indian Creek) vs D2 #12 Boyd (Licking Valley)



3. 106: D2 #2 Buckhart (New Lexington) vs D2 #16 Dickerson (Miami Trace)



4: 165: D2 #6 Myers (Indian Valley) vs D2 #13 Rose (New Lexington)



5. 144: D2 #8 Beatty (Indian Valley) vs D2 #14 McCullough (WCH)

 

TEAM PREDICTIONS
1. Indian Valley



2. Beaver Local



3. Minerva



4. Indian Creek



5. Miami Trace / New Lexington / West Holmes


 



Barnesville duals

Results Here:

Brorofans Write up

 

 



JOHN BROWN MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT
 

Dover


Borofans write up

FLOARENA for results

 

 

Malvern

Borofan write up

Results here

 

Conotton Valley, Southern Local, Steubenville CC, Toronto, & Wellsville

 

BEST POSSIBLE MATCHES


1. 106: D3 #9 Simms (Wellsville) vs D3 #10 Q.Burns (Liberty)



2. 150: D3 #13 Clear (Malvern) vs D3 #14 Wilson (Tuscarawas Valley)

 

 

 

WATERFORD
INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT


Borofan write up

Waterford Invitational Results

Caldwell, Fort Frye, & Marietta

 

BEST POSSIBLE MATCHES


1. 285: D3 #29 Norman
(Caldwell) vs D3 #30 Smith (Fort Frye)



2. 150: D3 #5 Cline (Waterford) vs D3 NR Smith (Huntington Ross)



3. 120: D3 #17 Worthington (Fairfield Union) vs D3 NR Co.Browning (Crooksville)

 

 

 

11-24-22

2022-23 OVAC Rankings

 

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!

 

 

2022-23 OVAC Rankings Updated 11-26-22 5:36PM

 

The 2022-23 OVAC rankings will be out on Thanksgiving day, afternoon.

I will start typing the rankings

 

Smitty hooked up the Valley Wrestlers again !! Don't Miss out!!!

 

 

11-17-22

My Rankings will be out on Thanksgiving!

If you have any line ups send them to shaggy19710@yahoo.com

 

Wrestling in College Austin Starr

 

11-14-22

OVAC wrestling preseason press conference held | News, Sports, Jobs - The Herald Star (heraldstaronline.com)

 

NEW OVAC Wrestling COACHES — Seven new head coaches will be featured when the 2022-23 OVAC wrestling season gets started in just more than a month. The new coaches were unveiled during Monday night’s preseason meeting which was held inside WesBanco Arena in downtown Wheeling. They are, from left, Michael Shreves, Paden City; Bobby Richmond, St. Clairsville; Josh Cornell, Oak Glen; Jaret Aubiel, Toronto; Eric Vasey, Bellaire; Sawyer Leppla, Cambridge; and Rick Welker, Wheeling Central

 

 

 

11-02-22

2023 OVC Championship @ UL Coaches Instructions

 

 

10-10-22

 

Congratulations to Shawn Crosier National Hall of Fame Ohio Chapter class of 2022 inductee !!!

Click pix above

The picture above is of Shawn and all his siblings!

Bio:

Shawn Crosier made his name in wrestling as both a coach and an official. He started his coaching career at Wintersville High School as an assistant coach to John Grinch in 1978. In 1980, he became the Head coach of the Warriors. Shawn would return to West Liberty University in 1982 where he would serve as an assistant coach under Hall of Famer, Dr. Vince Monseau. Upon graduating from WLU in 1984, he began teaching and coaching at Harding Junior High in Steubenville for the next five years. Shawn would return to coaching in 2003 as the head wrestling coach of Steubenville High School and served in that capacity for the next two years. While Crosier’s coaching career ended there, he continued to officiate in Ohio and West Virginia. On top of the Ohio and West Virginia state wrestling tournaments, Crosier officiated the OVAC wrestling tournament 26 times, Medina Invitational, Walsh Ironman, Top Gun, Austintown Hepner, Barnesville and ECOL tournaments. He has also officiated numerous OHSWCA Team Dual Meet Tournaments. At the junior high level, Crosier was an official at the inaugural Junior High State Tournament, continuing to work at that level for the next five state tournaments as well as the Jr. High OVAC tournament. Crosier has been selected as the Larry Deaton Official of the Year at the OVAC Tournament three separate times. Overall, Shawn was an official for over 30 years, making many contributions to Ohio high school wrestling

 

 

 

The man the Tournament has been named after has passed away

RIP Ron Mauck (1940-2022)

All the spokes on the wheel will have to pull together from now on!

 

Visitation: Kepler Funeral Home on National Road @ Bethany Pike - August 30 from 5 to 8 and on August 31 from noon until 7 - Memorial Contributions can be made the OVAC Preservation Foundation in C/O Tom Rataiczak, 64962 Breezy Point Lane, Bellaire, OH 43906

Mass is September 1st @ 11AM at Corpus Christi Catholic Church, 1508 Warwood Ave, Wheeling WV

 

 

 

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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)