Vote: Top wrestler of the week, Feb. 19 (Poll Closed)

  • Brian Stears, Williamsburg – The senior won SBAAC heavyweight championship and is 25-0 entering postseason and was also named National division wrestler of the year. And is also currently the #1 ranked heavyweight in the state.
    28.42%
    1,486 votes

     
  • Harry Sand, Turpin – He was named Eastern Cincinnati Conference wrestler of the year after winning/pinning his Loveland opponent in the 138-pound weight class.
    7.97%
    417 votes

     
  • Yima Nyamor, Wyoming – He was named Cincinnati Hills League wrestler of the year after winning the 152-pound weight class.
    1.03%
    54 votes

     
  • Sam Grandstaff, Conner – He won the 106-pound state championship by pinning his opponent in 68 seconds, after being ranked No. 1 in that weight class in the state of Kentucky.
    7.38%
    386 votes

     
  • Ryan Moore, Walton-Verona – He won a state championship in the 132-pound weight class, earning his second state title with a 47-0 record.
    3.04%
    159 votes

     
  • Mason Smith, Walton-Verona – He won a state championship in the 170-pound weight class, his first state title and finishing 45-2.
    2.35%
    123 votes

     
  • Cameron Sauerwein, Harrison – He won the Southwest Ohio Conference wrestler of the year after pinning his Little Miami opponent in the finals of the 220-pound weight class, helping Harrison to a team title.
    13.46%
    704 votes

     
  • Mason Parris, Lawrenceburg - He concluded his high school wrestling career Feb. 17 via pinfall, winning his third-straight 220-pound Indiana state championship and finished out his career with a record of 206-1.
    2.95%
    154 votes

     
  • Kobey Bronaugh, Milford - Kobey won his second ECC title this past weekend at 126 lbs. He won four matches by fall in a total of 2 minutes and 18 seconds. In addition to winning the ECC, he won his 102nd match, becoming Milford’s seventh 100-match career winner and first to do it as a junior.
    33.39%
    1,746 votes

     

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