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Ashland Wrestlers Hope To Contend For OCC

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/27/2014

The Ohio Cardinal Conference wrestling championships are this weekend at Orrville with defending champion Lexington the favorite going in. One of the teams that may challenge the Miuntemen is Ashland. First year coach at Ashland Matt Meuer says he feels his team can compete with Lex saying his squad is deep at every weight class. Meuer is hoping for good things from team points leader Dalton Eagle at 106lbs. Meuer also hopes 220lb. Kyle Conkle and 285lb Zac Benner have a good tournament. The Arrow lineup looks like this, in addition to Eagle, Conkle and Benner there is Matt Taylor at 113lbs, 120 Tyler Elkins, 126 Zac Tupps, 132 Rickey Maffett, 138 Sid Ohl, 145 Tyler Wilson, 152 Hunter Krebs, 160 Kyler Briggs, 170 Trent Newlan, 182 Johnny Jackson and 195 Tristan Weirich.

   
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