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At 57-1, Jay Nino looking for more championships
Written by Mark Griffin   
Monday, 24 February 2014 09:12

Jay Nino took a 57-1 record into the Division III district wrestling tournament at Bowling Green State University.

Genoa’s junior 220-pounder has already won Northern Buckeye Conference and sectional titles the past two weeks, and he hasn’t lost since the final round of the Napoleon Duals on Jan. 17-18. Nino said a big reason for his success this season is the work he put in during the offseason.

Lake’s Keister, Church take their sport seriously
Written by Mark Griffin   
Monday, 24 February 2014 09:10

Lake wrestlers and best buds Damon Keister and Matt Church only have one rule when it comes to their winter after-school activities.

What happens at practice, stays at practice.

“We push each other so much in the wrestling room,” said Keister, a senior 106-pounder. “After practicing against each other for three years, we know exactly what each other’s going to do. I have to wrestle completely different against him, and it helps me out in a match. When we get at it, we really get at it. There will be days he won’t say a word to me. We’ve gotten mad at each other plenty of times, but it never carries over after practice.”

Clay wins 11 of 14 classes, routs nine other teams
Written by J. Patrick Eaken   
Monday, 24 February 2014 09:10

Clay obliterated nine other teams in scoring during the Division I sectional tournament, which the Oregon school hosted.

Clay won first place in 11 of 14 weight classes, and had someone place at every class.

Clay scored 320½ points to nearly double up runner-up St. John’s Jesuit (166). Whitmer (143) was third, followed by Springfield (132½), Sylvania Southview (115½), Sylvania Northview (99), Waite (89), St. Francis DeSales (71½), Start (32) and Bowsher (21).

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