Buhro takes individual crown as Oak Harbor earns sectional championship
Owen Miller (138 pounds) beat Lakota's Grant Bomer 8-4, Hayden Burhro beat Lakota's Braxton Quantance 3-1 and Bodee Miller (113) beat Port Clinton's Josh Cornell by default in the finals as host Oak Harbor captured a sectional championship Saturday in Division III.
Scott Fuller (106) pinned Eastwood's Ian Reynolds in 58 seconds, Noah Tipton (126) beat Lake's Vince Barton 5-2 and Nate Tipto (132) beat Oak Harbor's Ethan DeTray by default in the finals as Genoa was second.
Zavier Materni (144) edged Lakota's Cody Biddle 5-4 and Ethan Crawford (215) pinned Lake's Ryan Ranes at 2:40 in the final for the Comets.
Jack Caldwell (157) beat Lakota's Case Paul 3-1 in overtime and Eli Wolph (190) topped Lakota's Jon Rosas 13-9 in the finals as Woodmore finished seventh.
Heavyweight Seth Stanley pinned Northwood's Joziah Smith at 2:42 in the final as Margaretta was 11th.
Oak Harbor's Tait Dusseau (150) lost 17-2 by technical fall to Otsego's Lee Borders and Broch Mansor (175) was pinned in 22 seconds by Lake's Walker Howell in the finals. Joey Judge (106) shut out Lake's Mason Snyder 6-0, Jacob McDonald (144) beat Woodmore's Garrett Geldine and Christian Paul (157) beat Port Clinton's Malakii Pinkleton to finish third.
Genoa's Mikey Soto (120) was pinned in 2:41 by Otsego's Trevor Wilcox in the finals. Zayden Dunn (113) beat Gibsonburg's Israel Limon 8-5 and Bailey Everhardt (165) pinned Woodmore's Landon Rich at 2:40.
Gavin Cornell (120) beat Oak Harbor's James Sander 10-0 by major decision, Will Jackson (138) pinned Otsego's Caedan Henderson in 3:23 and Dagan Meyers (190) beat Oak Harbor's Scott Smith 9-4 to finish third as Port Clinton finished fifth.
Lane Thacker (126) shut out Otsego's Owen Kasza 4-0, Simon Roth (132) pinned Eastwood's Gavin Shropshire at 2:36 and Gabe Garlick (175) pinned Port Clinton's Reily Laird at 2:35 to finish third as Lakota was third.
Woodmore's Michael Seeger (150) pinned Lakota's Ethan Bomer in 2:10 to finish third.
Bryson Stevens (190) shut out Otsego's Diego Henderson 14-0 by major decision to finish third as Gibsonburg was ninth.
Heavyweight Jacob Wetzel pinned Otsego's Adolfo Martinez-Alba in 1:44 to finish third as St. Joseph Central Catholic finished eighth.
Gage Ross (126) beat Avon Lake's Michael Valerino 7-2, Bakari Scott (132) topped Avon Lake's Jack Valerino 5-1 and Dayne Howey (175) beat Avon's Adam Schumacher 9-7 in the finals as Ross finished second at Midview.
Aidan Autullo (106) was pinned in 50 seconds by Steele's Vananthony Trunzo, Bryce Estep (120) fell 5-0 Ashland's Korbyn Jones and Jayce Frymire (138) was pinned by Avon Lake's Nathan Perry in 3:10 in the finals for the Little Giants. Owen Shanahan (144) beat Avon Lake's Brayden Patterson by default to finish third.
Rhein Hottinger (190) was pinned at 1:54 by Avon's Eian Englehart to finish fourth for Ross.
Lance Overmyer (144) pinned Ontario's Juian McGinty at 4:32 and Will Stanley (157) beat Galion's Brodyn Butcher 16-2 by major decision in the finals as host Clyde finished fourth.
Clay Allen (150) beat Fostoria's James Simms 7-5 in the final as Bellevue finished fifth.
Hunter Pollock (113) was pinned at 5:29 by Tiffin Columbian's Drew Aigler, Dawson Brimmer (126) was edged 8-7 by Clear Fork's Peyton Hoskins and CJ Fisher (138) fell 4-3 to Ontario's Mason Turbaugh in the finals for the Fliers.
Brock Meacham (106) was pinned by Ontario's Aiden Ohl at 1:17 in the final for Bellevue. Ben Jacobs (120) pinned Clear Fork's Walker Kirkpatrick in 43 seconds, Dax Heuring (144) pinned Galion's Arius Swaim in 3 minutes and Cole Beltran (165) pinned Ontario's Drew Barnes in 1:57 to finish third.
Michael Gessner (132) shut out Galion's Davon Trukovich 9-0 by major decision and Mason Ash (190) beat Clear Fork's Fred Proto by default to finish third for Clyde.
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