PEMBERVILLE - Isaac Williams broke Columbian's school record for career wins with his 5-0 record at the Eastwood Duals. Williams recorded two pins in the 152-pound weight class to move to 37-1 on the season and 132-39 for his career.
Columbian took second overall as a team, going 4-1 at the event. The Tornadoes defeated Findlay 55-19, Dublin Scioto 47-24, Williard 56-17 and Eastwood 33-27, but fell to Toledo Central Catholic 31-24.
Two other wrestlers joined Williams with 5-0 records for Columbian. Justin Kopp was undefeated at 119 and Jett Hurt was a 5-0 at 135 pounds.
Derik Kopp (103 pounds), Mason Corell (112), Drew Williams (140) and Seth Williams (145) all went 4-1. Drew Williams earned his 100th career win, marking the third Tornado to reach that goal this year (after Isaac Williams and Justin Kopp). Seth Williams' single loss was a 5-4 decision to state placer D.J. Beach of Central Catholic.
Also of note, freshman Andy Schwartz lost two close matches to go 3-2 at 130 pounds.
"As a freshmen he's wrestling really well," Columbian coach Chad Long said.
Columbian's overall dual record is now 17-8.
Blue Devils rule at Carey Classic
CAREY - Two Carey wrestlers claimed titles and seven others took second Saturday as the Blue Devils stormed past Hicksville, 319-225, for the Carey Classic championship.
Deryk Sammet captured the 112-pound crown and 285-pounder Alex Damschroder took a title to fuel the Blue Devils.
Runner-up finishes came from Brayden Leist (119), Hayden Schertzer (125), Tyler Higgins (130), Cory Larrick (135), Sam Saenthavisouk (145), Tyler Cusac (160) and Barndon Fausnaugh (215).
Carey's thirds came from Michael Patton (103) and Austin Tschannen (171), while fourths went to Oscar O'Flaherty (130), Riley Scott (140), Lincoln Stansberry (152), Logan Kimberland (160), Shawn Donnelly (171) and Jacob Moran (215).
Hopewell-Loudon finished ninth (70 1/2), thanks to a second from Tristen Myers (140) and thirds from Fernando Dominques (112) and Jake Hohman (119).
St. Wendelin took 11th (30). Cole Williams (103) finished second for the Mohawks.