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Jay Nino follows through; wins championship by pin
Written by Mark Griffin   
Monday, 10 March 2014 07:37

Jay Nino isn’t giving himself any time to sit back, relax and enjoy the Division III state wrestling title he won in Columbus last Saturday night.

Genoa’s junior 220-pounder secured the title by pinning New Paris National Trail freshman Ben Sullivan in 5:03 in the title match at Ohio State University’s Schottenstein Center.

Guerra coaches east sider, Hagan, to championship
Written by Yaneek Smith   
Monday, 10 March 2014 07:36

Imagine qualifying for the state wrestling meet and then finding out you have to sit out because of a skin condition. It happens nearly every year.

As a result, you have to wait another year before you’d get the chance to compete in Columbus for a state title. For a wrestler, it’s frustrating.

That’s what Central Catholic junior Nate Hagan, who was raised on Toledo’s east side, had to deal with last year after winning the district title — a rash that he’d developed had his doctors hold him out from wrestling in Columbus last March.

Evan Ulinski leaves Woodmore as one of best all-time
Written by Mark Griffin   
Monday, 10 March 2014 07:32

Evan Ulinski will graduate from Woodmore High School in June as one of the best, if not the best, wrestlers in Wildcats history.

Ulinski compiled a remarkable 184-15 career record and finished 51-3 this season to set the school record for wins in a season and career. He had 37 pins this season, and his 117 career pins ranks 15th on Ohio’s all-time list.

“He had an awesome career,” Woodmore coach Dane Bonnigson said.

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