REGIONAL TEAM TOURNAMENT
DIVISION I, REGION 4
Madison 48, Lakeside 21
n 106 — Tyler mcGroder (M) won by forfeit.
n 113 — Corbin Post (M) tech. fall Kyler McEndree (L), 26-10.
n 120 — Jacob Steigner (M) dec. Tyler Newsome (L), 6-4.
n 126 — Ryan Montgomery (M) tech. fall Nick Brady (L), 15-0.
n 132 — Jarrad Lasko (M) dec Keith Griffin (L), 9-3.
n 138 — Chris Tatters (L) pinned Nick Farnsworth (M), 1:36.
n 145 — JaSean Hatfield (L) dec. Alex Kinsinger (M), 10-6.
n 152 — Aaron Sweeney (M) tech. fall Joe Kangas (L), 21-6.
n 160 — Ben Golden (M) pinned Brian Woissol (L), 5:39.
n 170 — Tim Streisel (M) pinned Manny Lucas (L), 3:19.
n 182 — Ricky Simcic (M) pinned Joey Herron (L), 3:43.
n 195 — Drew Schiemann (M) dec. Otis Conel (L), 2-1.
n 220 — Kyle Conel (L) pinned Joe Bashore (M), 2:48.
n 285 — Chuck Morgan (L) pinned Sam Dull (M), :28.
n Next matches — (2) Madison vs. (3) Kenston, Wednesday (6), site TBA, state dual tournament.
DIVISION II, REGION 11-A
Perry 72, West Geauga 9
n 106 — Rick Rugg (WG) dec. Brady Toth (P), 8-4.
n 113 — Collin Dees (P) pinned AShton Peck (WG), :34.
n 120 — Mike Steigerwald (WG) won by forfeit.
n 126 — Cory Gramberg (P) pinned Anthony Vetturini (WG), 5:53.
n 132 — Neil Brown (P) pinned Spencer Mansfield (WG), 5:53.
n 138 — Nick Sbrocco (P) won by forfeit.
n 145 — Drew Jones (P) pinned Joe Fornaro (WG), 3:00.
n 152 — David Mrosko (P) pinned Rob Alcorn (WG), 3:24.
n 160 — Alec Schenk (P) pinned Matt Ickes (WG), :59.
n 170 — Ruan Sill (P) won by forfeit.
n 182 — Seth Cales (P) won by forfeit.
n 195 — Kyle Beyer (P) pinned Justin Zjaba (WG), :46.
n 220 — Evan Nichols (P) won by forfeit.
n 285 — double forfeit.
n Next matches — Riverside at Perry, Saturday (6).
Beverly Ft. Frye 77, Woodsfield Monroe Cent. 57
Cin. Winton Woods 61, Cin. Colerain 46
Cle. St. Martin De Porres 68, Lawrence School 27
Seaman N. Adams 61, Peebles 55
Warrensville Hts. 62, E. Cle. Shaw 47
Wellsville 73, Lisbon Beaver 71
Akr. Manchester 69, Navarre Fairless 52
Avon 44, N. Ridgeville 26
Avon Lake 40, Lorain Clearview 29
Beavercreek 64, Clayton Northmont 45
Centerville 54, Kettering Fairmont 48
Chillicothe Huntington 47, Latham Western 39
Cin. Hills Christ Acad 49, Cin. Clark Montessori 11
Circleville 54, Chillicothe 51
Clarks Clinton-Massie 65, Lees Creek E. Clinton 16
Cle. Hts. Lutheran E. 41, Akr. Elms 39
Cols. DeSales 62, Canal Winchester 45
Cols. Horizon Science 40, Cols. International 17
Day. Carroll 70, St. Bernard Roger Bacon 28
E. Cle. Shaw 69, Warrensville Hts. 12
Elyria Cath. 69, Grafton Midview 37
Fairborn 47, Springboro 41
Fairview 43, Berea 16
Garfield Hts. Trinity 44, Sheffield Brookside 28
Gates Mills Gilmour 52, N. Olmsted 43
Gates Mills Hawken 54, Brooklyn 36
Greenfield McClain 61, Hillsboro 44
Huber Hts. Wayne 66, Springfield 11
Kent Roosevelt 61, Streetsboro 26
Kettering Alter 63, Hamilton Badin 50
Lakewood 52, Bay Village Bay 35
Lebanon 77, W. Carrollton 28
Macedonia Nordonia 47, Lodi Cloverleaf 44
Mentor Lake Cath. 54, Chagrin Falls Kenston 50
Miamisburg 59, Xenia 38
Middletown Fenwick 52, Cin. Purcell Marian 32
Milford 44, Loveland 30
Mogadore Field 58, Akr. Springfield 35
New Carlisle Tecumseh 69, Spring. NW 37
Newport, Ky. 64, Cin. Oyler 34
Oberlin Firelands 54, Sullivan Black River 25
Parma Hts. Holy Name 45, Parma Padua 41
Peebles 47, Portsmouth 44
Powell Village Academy 53, Cols. West 23
Rootstown 55, Windham 46
Shaker Hts. Hathaway Brown 55, Akr. SVSM 53
Spring. Kenton Ridge 72, Lewis Indian Lake 63
Strongsville 38, Barberton 22
Tallmadge 54, Copley 36
Tipp City Tippecanoe 61, Urbana 54
Trenton Edgewood 81, Cin. NW 35
Trotwood-Madison 40, Sidney 31
Utica 63, Cols. East 51
Vandalia Butler 40, Piqua 28
Vermilion 55, Rocky River 46
W. Chester Lakota W. 52, Cin. Princeton 51
Wadsworth 56, Green 41
Warsaw River View 45, Byesville Meadowbrook 23
Westlake 52, N. Royalton 49
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