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Lex Looking For Seventh Straight OCC Wrestling Title

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  Original Published: 1/31/2014

After a dramatic win over Upper Sandusky and Sandusky Perkins in the Division II state duels in wrestling, the Lexington wrestling team is trying to refocus and get ready for the OCC finals at Orrville on Saturday. The Minutemen will be looking for their seventh straight OCC championship. Coach Brent Rastetter says the whole team has to contribute. The coach knows guys like Bailey Faust and Drew Kasper usually come through, he says what has been big in the past is when guys like Jonah Schropp and Chuck Mikelait give big performances as they did at regionals that really helps push the team over the top. Lex also got a big performance at regionals in the heavy weight division when Nate Temple pinned his opponent Sandusky Perkins Josh Rohrbacher. Rastetter says since winning the J.C. Gorman, his group has been able to find ways to get it done. The OCC wrestling finals run from 10am to 4pm at Orrville. The state duels, of which Lex will be a part of for the second straight season will be next week in Columbus.

   
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