WILLIAMSTOWN, W.Va. — The Wahama wrestling team had four grapplers place in the top four of their respective weight classes Saturday at the Bob Zide Rumble at Williamstown High School.
Kane Roush was Wahama’s lone champion on the day, earning the decision victory over Bridgeport’s Cameron Stanley in the 170lb weight class. Roush improved to 19-1 on the season while handing Stanley his first loss.
A pair of White Falcons took third place finishes on the day, Jacob Bennet (11-9) in the 120lb class and Randall Robie (16-7) in the 126lb class. Demitrius Serevicz (14-7) took home fourth place in the 195lb class.
East Fairmont won the team competition with 163.5 points, followed by Independence with 135 and Williamstown with 131.5. Wirt County (130.5) finished fourth, Belpre (113.5) took fifth, Marietta (69.5) came in sixth and Wahama (60.5) placed seventh. Finishing eighth was Bridgeport (51), ninth was Madonna (35), while St. Marys (24) rounded out the top 10. St. Albans closed out the 11-team field with 15 points.
Winners individually were Logan Bowman (39-5) of East Fairmont in the 285lb class, Noah Markley (30-6) of Bridgeport in the 220lb class, Jesse Roman (43-0) of East Fairmont in the 195lb class and Garrett Onderko (41-3) of East Fairmont in the 182lb class. Wahama’s Roush (19-1) took top prize at 170lb, Independence’s Alex Daniels (37-10) won the 160lb class, Madonna’s Garrett Hypes (13-3) won the 152lb class, Williamstown’s Jake Tracewell (30-5) took the 145lb title, Independence’s Chris Clark (21-3) won the 138lb crown, while Independence’s Colton Ward (36-6) won the 132lb title. Dalton George (21-0) of Williamstown won the 126lb title, Jon Cain (25-1) of Wirt County won the 120lb crown, Will Cox (32-7) of Independence won the 113lb class and Teddy Stover (35-4) of Independence won the 106lb class.
Complete results of the Bob Zide Rumble can be found at www.wvmat.com