Vote: Top wrestler of the week, March 4 (Poll Closed)

  • Devin Oligee, Middletown Madison - He won the 170-pound weight class by a 6-3 decision over his Troy Christian opponent March 2 at the Division III district tournament.
    0.57%
    16 votes

     
  • Seth Henderson, Miami Valley Christian Academy - He won the 160-pound weight class by a 4-3 decision over his Coldwater opponent March 2 at the Division III district tournament.
    39.92%
    1,130 votes

     
  • Colton Robins, Reading – He won the 132-pound weight class by major decision, 10-2, over his Ottawa-Glandorf opponent March 2 at the Division III district tournament.
    7.28%
    206 votes

     
  • Josh Dunn, Goshen – He won the 120-pound weight class by a 6-2 decision in overtime March 2 at the Division II district tournament. The Warriors had three wrestlers qualify for state.
    1.02%
    29 votes

     
  • Joe Wahl, West Clermont – He won the 220-pound weight class March 2 in the Division I district tournament by pinning his Northmont opponent in 3:25.
    38.11%
    1,079 votes

     
  • Jordan Ward, Moeller – He won the 132-pound weight class March 2 in the Division I district tournament, beating his La Salle opponent by an 8-6 decision in overtime.
    5.72%
    162 votes

     
  • Christopher Donathan, Mason – He won the 145-pound weight class in the Division I district tournament March 2 by major decision, 16-5, over his Northmont opponent, helping Mason place second as a team. Mason is sending six wrestlers to state.
    0.88%
    25 votes

     
  • Brett McIntosh, Harrison - He won the 160-pound weight class March 2 in the Division I district tournament by a 6-1 decision over his Wayne opponent, helping Harrison to a third-place team finish. The Wildcats are sending six wrestlers to state.
    1.41%
    40 votes

     
  • E’lan Heard, La Salle – He won the 152-pound weight class March 2 in the Division I district tournament by pinning his Beavercreek opponent in 1:23 to help the Lancers to a first-place team finish. La Salle sends 11 wrestlers to state, 8 of whom were champions.
    5.09%
    144 votes

     

Posted 6 months.