2014 JJHuddle All-Ohio Wrestling Teams: Second Team

There might not be a harder all-star team to make than the JJHuddle All-Ohio Wrestling Team. Why? Because this state is stacked with talent and there are only 42 slots available. Here’s who earned our All-Ohio honors this year…

All_ohio_wrestlingThere might not be a harder all-star team to make than the JJHuddle All-Ohio Wrestling Team. Why? Because this state is stacked with talent and there are only 42 slots available. Here’s who earned our All-Ohio honors this year…

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2014 JJHUDDLE ALL-OHIO WRESTLING: SECOND TEAM

* Photos by Nick Falzerano (nicholasstudios.com)

 

106: Noah Baughman, so. Wadsworth

Won first D-I state title and finished the season 47-3. Ranked No. 17 nationally.

113: Christian Clary, sr., Dayton Christian

Four-time D-III placer climbed the ladder finishing fourth, third, second and first in succession over his career. Was 53-5 this season.

120: Alex Mackall, so., Walsh Jesuit

Two-time placer won his first D-II state title. Finsihed the season 40-7.

126: David Bavery, sr., Massillon Perry

Four-time placer and three-time finalist won his second state title. Finished the season 51-5 and ranked No. 20 nationally.

132: Richie Screptock, jr., Oregon Clay

Three-time placer became first state champion in school history. Finished the season 48-9.

138: Mike Kostandaras, sr., Walsh Jesuit

Three-time placer won first state title to finish the season 40-6.

145: Logan Lacure, so., Greeneview

Two-time finalist won his school’s first state title and finished the season 52-3.

152: Alex Mossing, sr., Toledo Central Catholic

Four-time placer and two-time state champion finished the season 36-3.

160: Austin Reese, sr., Mechanicsburg

Four-time placer and two-time finalist won his first state title and finished the season 54-1. Ranked No. 9 nationally.

170: Ryan Harris, sr., Beachwood

Four-time placer and three-time finalist won his second D-III state title and finished the season 47-3.

182: Travis Linton, sr., Rootstown

Three-time placer won his second D-III state title. Finished the season 49-2.

195: TeGray Scales, sr., Colerain

Three-time placer finished runner-up in D-I and was 41-2 this season. Ranked No. 14 nationally.

220: Chalmer Freauef, sr., Moeller

Four-time placer, two-time finalist and defending state champion finished runner-up in D-I. Was 22-3 this season.

285: Andrew Alton, sr., Loveland

Won his first D-I state title and his school’s first state title since 1979. Finished the season 50-5.

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Mechanicsburg senior Austin Reese became a four-time placer and first time champion (D-III 160 title).

 

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Dayton Christian senior Christian Clary wins the D-III 113 title. He finished fourth, third, second and first during his career.

 

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Beachwood senior Ryan harris became a four-time placer, three-time finalist and two-time champion in D-III (170).

 

ALL-OHIO WRESTLING ARCHIVE

JJHuddle 2013 All-Ohio Wrestling Team

JJHuddle 2012 All-Ohio Wrestling Team

JJHuddle 2011 All-Ohio Wrestling Team

JJHuddle 2010 All-Ohio Wrestling Team

JJHuddle Wrestler of the Year:
2014: Micah Jordan, Graham
2013: Bo Jordan, Graham
2012: Bo Jordan, Graham
2011: Chris Phillips, Monroeville
2010: Logan Stieber, Monroeville
2009: David Taylor, Graham
2008: Tony Jameson, Austintown-Fitch
2007: Colt Sponseller, West Holmes

JJHuddle Wrestling Coach of the Year
2014: Dave Riggs, Massillon Perry
2013: Ty Morgan, Troy Christian
2012: Michael Blackburn, Steubenville
2011: Jeff Jordan, Graham
2010: John Gramuglia, Wadsworth
2009: Jeff Jordan, Graham

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