Indian’s Fall To Toledo Central Catholic In State Dual Semi-Finals

1/30/2014—The Wauseon Indians varsity wrestling squad was defeated in the state dual semi-finals by the Irish of Toledo Central Catholic.

Results by weight class:

    1. (106 lbs.) Josh Venia of Toledo Central Catholic pinned McKayla Campbell of Wauseon High School in 3 minutes and 14 seconds.
    2. (113 lbs.) Andrew Bailey of Wauseon High School pinned Jordan Rodriguez of Toledo Central Catholic in 3 minutes and 43 seconds.
    3. (120 lbs.) Rosendo Beltran of Toledo Central Catholic pinned Gage Campbell of Wauseon High School in 1 minute and 55 seconds.
    4. (126 lbs.) Cameron Slattman of Wauseon High School pinned Billy Corley of Toledo Central Catholic in 3 minutes and 37 seconds.
    5. (132 lbs.) Wade Hodges of Wauseon High School beat Nate Hagen of Toledo Central Catholic 4-0 (Decision).
    6. (138 lbs.) Josh Mossing of Toledo Central Catholic pinned Jackson Sluder of Wauseon High School in 1 minute and 51 seconds.
    7. (145 lbs.) Richard Jackson of Toledo Central Catholic beat Derek Schuette of Wauseon High School 6-2 (Decision).
    8. (152 lbs.) Alex Mossing of Toledo Central Catholic pinned Dylan Nicely of Wauseon High School in 20 seconds.
    9. (160 lbs.) Lucas Beauch of Toledo Central Catholic beat Tre Campbell of Wauseon High School 3-1 (Decision).
    10. (170 lbs.) Aaron Schuette of Wauseon High School pinned Jared Fann of Toledo Central Catholic in 38 seconds.
    11. (182 lbs.) Collin Kaucher of Toledo Central Catholic beat Alec Vonier of Wauseon High School 3-1 (Decision).
    12. (195 lbs.) Michael Gregory of Toledo Central Catholic beat Tony Banister of Wauseon High School 4-3 (Decision).
    13. (220 lbs.) Chris Norwood of Toledo Central Catholic won by forfeit against Wauseon High School.
    14. (1000 lbs.) J’Quan Fisher of Toledo Central Catholic pinned Devon Jones of Wauseon High School in 3 minutes and 43 seconds.

 

“Going in, I felt  we had a chance to win the match.  We didn’t match up well with them in the middle weights, but I felt good about our light and upper weight match ups.   Our lightweights did their part.  They kept the match close going in to what I felt was the better part of Central’s line-up.  After getting through that middle part of the line-up, we were within striking distance coming in to what I felt was our advantage” Coach Mike Ritter said “To be honest, our upper weights let us down.  We lost 3 of those matches in overtime.  All of which were winnable.  We really missed an opportunity tonight, because I felt the winner of our match with Central Catholic was in great position to advance to the team State Tournament.”

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