Here is a look at the best of the week among area boys athletes and teams:MARION - The show went on. While the ice covered the ground and the snow piled up, the Marion County Wrestling Invitational was held Friday and Saturday at Veterans Memorial Coliseum at the Marion County Fairgrounds. "It went great. The guys made some adjustments with the kids who were there," Marion Harding Athletic Director Sean Kearns said. "Everybody who was there was extremely appreciative that we kept it going."
Elgin junior volleyball player Josi Wolf was named November's Fahey Bank Athlete of the Month for Marion County girls. MARION - Josi Wolf won Fahey Bank Athlete of the Month honors a year ago. Doing it again wasn't part of the plan. "Honestly it wasn’t, but now that it is, I want to get it next year," the Elgin junior said after winning the award for November. "I want to keep pushing myself.
Marion Harding senior football player Drake Facione shared the November Fahey Bank Athlete of the Month award with Elgin's Danyal Minton after putting together an All-Ohio season. MARION - If only the teen could stay healthy, Marion Harding football coach John Brady knew he had a player. But Drake Ross-Facione suffered a broken leg as a sophomore and a broken arm midway through his junior year.
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