Williamsburg hosts first mat invite in several years; Amelia is the county’s early-on dominant mat force

Williamsburg has hosted its first wrestling tournament since moving into its new high school building. Jackson High School (J) won the tourney with 248 points, Western Brown reserves (WB) had 199, Clermont Northeastern (CNE) 123.5, Mason (Mas) reserves 116, North College Hill (NCH) 109, the host Wildcats (W) 97, Cincinnati Christian (CC) 56, and Mariemont (Mar) 35.

Following are the results of the championship matches: 103-pounds – Anthony Wiley (J) over Kurtis Fox (WB), 112 – Alex Stepp (J) pinned Joel Cecil (WB), 119 – Justin Brown (J) pinned Hunter Bixler (CNE), 125 – Patrick Harrison (J) over Joe Fay (CC), 130 – Allen Schweickart (W) pinned Coty Carnahan, 135 – Fred Price (NCH) pinned Isaiah Briggs (CC), 140 – Kyle Riffe (Mas) over Tim Strohofer (WB), 145 – Holden Clemons (WB) pinned Garret Ewing (J), 152 – Jake Rackley (Mar) pinned Danny Huchens (WB), 160 – Josh McGowan (CNE) pinned Matt Kidder (WB), 171 – Tod Durham (J) pinned Danny Loch (CNE), 189 – Brandon Oliver (J) over Chris Distler (CNE), 215 – Bill Distler (CNE) pinned Jake Sams (WB), and 285 – Cody Brauch (Mas) pinned John Lynch (Wms).