TIFFIN — Carey’s Tanner May ran his record to 33-2 by winning the 182-pound division at Saturday’s Tiffin Calvert Gene Kimmet Invitational.

Norwalk won the tournament by edging Oregon Clay 215-211½. Liberty-Benton topped Carey 147-133 for fourth place. Other area teams included Cory-Rawson (7th place, 85½ points), Hopewell-Loudon (8th, 78), Riverdale (9th, 75½), Van Buren (13th, 33) and Tiffin Calvert (14th, 13).

May, the area’s only champ, went 5-0, recording four pins and winning by forfeit in the final against Wauseon’s Trent Davis.

Reece Mullholand (120 pounds) and Ethan Schlack (285) were second. Hayden Jacoby (160) was fourth, A.J. Gernert (152) fifth and Isaac Carmen (220) and Drew Steen (285) sixth for the Blue Devils.

Dru Baker (132), Brett Ogborn (152) and Race Gorrell (170) had the top finishes for Liberty-Benton as they finished second.

Seven other Eagles placed in the top six. Nathaniel DiRe (182) finished third, Dylan Mersch (220) and Matthew Berger (285) fourth, Caden Lemons (160), Joey Grubinski (138) and Mason Richards (145) sixth.

Deontae’ Davis (160) and Logan Korpics (170) were second and third, respectively, for Cory-Rawson.

Drew Stewart 9195) was fourth, Owen Karcher (120) fifth and Jamey Miles (182) sixth for the Hornets.

Blake Hoover’s runner up finish led Hopewell-Loudon. Lance Crawford (120) was next in fourth place. Levi Kuhn (195) and Logan Holcomb (132) placed fifth and Caleb Hinton sixth.

Riverdale had four placewinners. Austin Evans (126) was second, Miles Frey (145) fourth and Ethan Shane (182) and Thane Gallegos (138) were fifth.

Reece Young, third at 195 pounds, was the lone placewinner for Van Buren.


1, Norwalk 215. 2, Oregon Clay 211½. 3, Wauseon 211. 4, Liberty-Benton 147. 5, Carey 133. 6, Oregon Clay Black 92½. 7, Cory-Rawson 85½. 8, Hopewell-Loudon 78. 9, Oak Harbor & Riverdale 75½. 11, Tiffin Columbian 59. 12, Lexington 58. 13, Van Buren 33. 14, Tiffin Calvert 13.

Markel, Price win

CASTALIA — McComb’s Brice Markel and Mohawk’s Morgan Price won individual crowns t at Saturday’s Margaretta Invitational.

Bellevue topped Plymouth 239-199 for the team title. Mohawk (76) was ninth, McComb and North Baltimore tied for 11th place with 68 points and Lakota ended up 17th with 13 points.

Markel raised his season record to 9-3 as he posted a 3-1 record with a pair of pins to claim the 220-pound crown. Teammate Andrew Smith was second at 160 as he dropped an 8-3 decision to Monroeville’s Andrew Smith in the final.

Price, meanwhile, improved to 31-5 by going 5-0 at 152 pounds. He whipped Willard’s D.J. Slone 14-5 in the title match. Bryce Sheets added a third-place effort at 195 pounds for the Warriors.

Austin Witte finished fourth at 132 pounds for Lakota.