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Cameron Snyder of Fredericktown tries to free himself from the grasp of Northmor’s Griffin Jacobs in their 113-pound wrestling matchup in Wednesday’s Division III regional quarterfinal dual. Jacobs won the match, and his team would win, 57-11.
Cameron Snyder of Fredericktown tries to free himself from the grasp of Northmor’s Griffin Jacobs in their 113-pound wrestling matchup in Wednesday’s Division III regional quarterfinal dual. Jacobs won the match, and his team would win, 57-11. (Photo by Geoff Cowles) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
January 24, 2013 10:59 am EST

 

GALION — Ohio high school wrestling began a new chapter on Wednesday evening, when area teams squared off in the first OHSAA regional quarterfinal duals at the old Northmor High School gymnasium.

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The Fredericktown Freddies edged Johnstown, 30-28, but then lost to No. 1 seeded Northmor, 57-11. Earlier in the evening North Union dropped Danville by a score of 42-36.

“We were able to pull out a nice victory against Johnstown,” said Fredericktown coach Jordan Kramer. “Last time we wrestled them, we had three guys out and they ended up winning. This time, I know that they had a couple of their big boys out, they could have made a difference right there. That’s what happens — the luck of the draw.”

Fredericktown’s 120- pound Carson Mills got a pin in 3:31 against Northmor’s James Ross. Earlier in the evening, Mills defeated Johnstown’s Hayden Bullard, 8-6. After getting a forfeit against Johnstown, Mills’ teammate, Javier Cornell (108), took a technical fall over Northmor’s Dylan Jenkins.

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