Brown, Lopez earn titles for Warriors
ASHLAND — Parker Brown and Rico Lopez both went unbeaten en route to titles Saturday to lead Mohawk at the Ashland Crestview Tournament.
Brown went 4-0 at 170 pounds and Lopez posted a 5-0 mark at 152 pounds.
Daniel Price (4-1) finished second at 138 for the Warriors, Caden Gurney (3-1) took third at 132, Morgan Price (2-3) ended fourth at 145, James Clouse (3-2) claimed fifth at 192 and Grant Theis (2-3) took seventh at 182.
Bob Bailey Invite
BELLEVUE — Bellevue hasn’t won the Bob Bailey Invitational since 2010 before Saturday.
The Redmen topped powerhouse Oak Harbor 313-271 to take the title. Carey was the only other local team as it finished seventh with 140 points.
Bellevue had three individual champions Saturday, while Carey had just one.
The Redmen got started with a 113-pound win with Noah Alda beating Carey’s Reece Mullholand in the final, 4-3. In the 138-pound class, Bellevue’s Collin Corapi was the champion and Justin Mayes (170 pounds) edged Genoa’s Seth Moore 8-6 in the finals to win.
Nick Smythe was second, losing to Maumee’s Justin Schneider 6-3 in the 152-pound class, Aiden Nunez lost to Maumee’s Noah Pasquinelli 8-3 in the 195 title match and Gabe Alda was second in the 106 class, losing by fall (3:06) to Oak Harbor’s Tyler Davis. Bellevue’s Jayden Mayes was third in the same class as he beat Sandusky St. Mary’s Wil Blevins 7-1.
Tanner May was the lone winner for Carey as he defeated Maumee’s Ryan Haas 3-2 in the 182-pound class. Hayden Jacoby placed second, losing to Oak Harbor’s Garrett Mapes 14-6 in the 160-pound class and Ethan Schlack was fourth in the heavyweight division, losing to Genoa’s Noah Koch 3-0.
qualify for finals
BOWLING GREEN — With over 800 swimmers and preliminary rounds in two different places, Calvert held its own at the Northwest Ohio Classic Saturday.
The finals were at Bowling Green State University where the top 20 relays, top 30 individuals in 50 and 100 events and top 20 in 200 and 500 events competed.
The prelims occurred at Fremont Ross.
Calvert had two swimmers advance to the finals in Taylor Harris and Christian Staib.
Harris swam the girls 100 breaststroke in 1:10.60 and was seeded seventh in the finals. She took third in finals with a season-best time of 1:08.78. She also qualified in the butterfly (1:01.75). She was seeded third and placed third in the finals in 1:00.01.
Staib qualified for finals in the boys 100 breaststroke (1:11.91) and was seeded 28th for finals. He placed 30th in finals in 1:13.23.
Columbian unofficially had two boys program records set in the 1-meter diving competition.
Trevor McCarthy scored 258.9 points for the program record, but teammate Clay Moore then scored 259.35 points to take over the record. Moore finished eighth and McCarthy took ninth.
Columbian’s Toby Ramsdell claimed 14th in the boys 100 butterfly in 56.68 seconds.