2015 OHSAA Individual Wrestling
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2015 OHSAA Individual Wrestling State
The Jerome Schottenstein
The Ohio State University,
March 12-14, 2015
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Edward, St. Paris Graham Local, Dayton Christian Finish Atop Team Point
Marinelli Become Three-Time State Champions
COLUMBUS, Ohio –
The best wrestlers in Ohio returned to the Jerome Schottenstein Center at
The Ohio State University Thursday through Saturday to compete in the 2015
OHSAA individual wrestling state tournament.
Lakewood St. Edward finished first in Division I with 111.5 total team
points. The state title marks its 29th team championship at the individual
wrestling state tournament. Elyria finished second with 97 points. In
Division II, St. Paris Graham Local won its 15th-consecutive team state
title at the individual tournament by finishing with 250 total points. It is
the second-longest state championship streak in OHSAA history, trailing only
Gates Mills Hawken girls swimming (17). Toledo Central Catholic finished as
state runner-up with 99 total points. The Division III competition stayed
close all weekend, but Dayton Christian (161.5) was able to edge pasta Delta
(150.5) to secure the team state title.
The Ohio High School Wrestling Coaches Association named Massillon Perry
senior Jose Rodriguez (Division I), Bellbrook senior Cameron Kelly (Division
II) and Creston Norwayne senior Kollin Moore (Division III) the most
outstanding wresters of the meet. Moore did not surrender an offensive point
all season, joining only Wadsworth's Matt Kalai to do so among available
Two junior wrestlers won their third state title this year, giving them the
opportunity to join the elite group of four-time state champions next year.
Graham's Alex Marinelli won the Division II 160 pound weight class. Also in
Division II, Uhrichsville Claymont's Tyler Warner won the 120 pound weight
The championship session Saturday night that began with the Parade of
Champions drew 12,527 fans. The three-day tournament attendance was 54,214.
The 79th Annual Individual Wrestling State Championship will return to the
Jerome Schottenstein Center March 3-5, 2016.
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