Amelia wrestlers sweep meet versus CNE, Batavia

December 14th, 2006    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Amelia’s wrestlers began their 2006-07 campaign by sweeping a triangular showdown that took place in Owensville.

The Barons defeated Clermont Northeastern 60-24 and Batavia 66-18. The host Rockets defeated The Bulldogs 50-24.

Double pin winners for Amelia were Derek Harvey (103-pounds), Craig Neal (135), Zach Kasten (140), Rob Riley (160), and Kyle Doherty (171). Winning two matches were Vince Mulvaney (112), Wes Brown (119), Tom Fehring (130), and Cody Burris (145). Single bout victors were Ron Eikelberger (125), Jeremy Barton (189), and Doug Planck (215).

Clermont Northeastern’s two pin men were the Distler twins – Chris (189) and Bill (215). Winning one match apiece were Jake Bieber (130), Scott Simpson (135), Michael Moeller (140), Joe Pfankuch (152), Josh McGowan (160), Danny Loch (171), and Tyler Williams (285). Skylar Woods (145) and Mike Kotter (152) each received a forfeit.

Tom Fehring (right), Amelia sophomore 130-pounder, goes for the takedown of his Western Brown adversary in a season preview match-up that took place at the barony.
Batavia's twin pinners were Larry Smith (125) and Josh Ison (285). Ethan Humbert (112) earned a victory. Jeff McCloskey (103) and Nick Eddleman (152) each received a forfeit.

Goshen split a triangular meet at Finneytown by downing Middletown Madison 36-33 and being downed by the host Wildcats 51-24.

Rob Weidle (215) was a two pin winner for the Warriors. Kenny Stephens (130) and Ryan Giltz (275) each won a pair of bouts. Mark Gliszczynski (135) and Shawn Larkin (189) both gained a pin. Adam Stockmeier (112), Brian Ellis (140), and Jeff Miller (171) received a forfeit apiece.

New Richmond was bested by Blanchester's Wildcats 59-18.

The triumphant for the host Lions were Nick Samad (125) and Alvis Williams (215) by a fall and Brian Dowd (130) received a forfeit.

Bethel-Tate was overcome in a three-way showdown by Wilmington 42-30 and Western Brown 69-6. The event took place on the mats of the Fighting Tigers.

The lone two-time victor for the Tigers was Cory Disbennett (130). Single victories were earned by Dustin Davidson (103), Drew Napier (140), Sean Adams (152), and Eric Craycraft (171).
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