COLUMBUS — Two student-athletes from Fayette County made their State wrestling tournament debut Thursday at the 81st annual event at the Jerome Schottenstein Center on the campus of The Ohio State University Thursday. Competing at State for the first time were Miami Trace High School junior James Munro (160) and Washington High School senior Zane Nelson (152).
WILMINGTON — Miami Trace junior James Munro has qualified to this week’s State wrestling tournament in Columbus. Munro, wrestling at 160 pounds, placed fourth at the District tournament in Wilmington which concluded on Saturday. Munro went 3-2 in the two day tournament. Munro began the tournament with a 13-10 victory of Will Steuerwald of Indian Hill. Also on Friday, Munro defeated Seth Hodapp of Eaton, 7-4. In the semifinals on Saturday, Munro was pinned by Ryan Thomas of Graham Local in 1:41.
WILMINGTON — After two years of coming oh, so close, 2018 is the year for senior Zane Nelson as he placed fourth at the Division II District wrestling tournament Saturday at Wilmington High School to realize his long-held dream of qualifying to the State tournament. Nelson, a State-alternate the past two seasons, was able to get the victories he needed to reach the pinnacle of wrestling in Ohio, ‘The Show’ as it is known by many.
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