2012-13 Wrestling Preview: D-II Names You Need To Know


JJHuddle Wrestling Preview

Here are some of the top wrestlers in the state of Ohio to watch in Division II. Who to pin your sights on…

Nathan Tomasello, Sr., CVCA: At 113 last year, Tomasello won his
third state title (first in D-II) and improved to 90-0 the last
two years.



Here are some of the top wrestlers in the state of Ohio to watch in
Division III. Due to new hydration rules and prolonged football seasons
for some weights are still TBD.

*Bo Jordan, Graham – Pound for pound the best wrestler in the state – perhaps the country – returns for his final season looking to become another 4-time state champ named Jordan. Won 152 last year.

*Micah Jordan, Graham – Going for his third title in what could be the family’s 21st individual title as the Falcons aim for a 13th straight state title. Won 126 last year.

*Cameron Kelly, Bellbrook – After claiming the title at 106 as a freshman, Kelly will seek title number two at 113.

*Cody Burcher, Urichsville Claymont – Made it to the finals last season (106) before falling to Kelly in the finals.

*Anthony Tutolo, Mentor Lake Catholic – Advanced to the state finals (113) before falling in an exciting match with Nathan Tomasello.

*Nathan Tomasello – CVCA – Looking for his fourth state title. Won 113 last year.

*Mike Rix, ASVSM – Finished fourth (120) after reaching the semifinals and running into Ryan Taylor.

*Alex Mossing, Toledo Central Catholic – Bounced back to finish third (132) after dropping a one point heartbreaker in the semis.

*Max Rohskopf, Millersburg West Holmes – Finished third (138) after running into eventual state champ Nate Skonieczny in the semis.

*Seth Williams, Tiffin Columbia – Finished third (152) after dropping tough 6-3 decision in semis.

*Chris Moore, Clyde – Defending state champ (170) returns for his senior campaign.

*Josh Lehner, Lexington – Defending state champ.

*Michael May, Eaton – Cruised to the semis (106) before falling to sixth place.

*Lyle Plummer, Chaminade Julienne – Controversial calls unraveled what was looking like a strong run at state last season.



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Cameron Kelly, So., Bellbrook: Freshman finished 45-1 and became school’s first state champion ever at 106.

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