Dresser wins two events to lead Oak Harbor
Ben Dresser won the 50 free and 100 butterfly as Oak Harbor’s boys swim team finished the fourth annual Oak Harbor Invitational in third place. The Rockets’ girls were fifth. Perkins won both team competitions.
Port Clinton 148, Elida 25 (Girls); Port Clinton 103, Elida 42 (Boys)
Port Clinton’s swim teams won every event.
Mckenzie Stine won the 200 freestyle, Allie Schroeder the 200 IM and Taylor Steyer the 50 free for the Redskins’ girls. Stine, Schroeder, Alysia Zoeller and Cheyenne Meek won the 200 medley relay.
Emily Zibert won the diving competition, Zoeller the 100 butterfly and Meek the 100 free and 100 backstroke. Schroeder, Stine, Steyer and Meek won the 200 free relay, while Sammy Schroeder took the 500 free.
Alayne Herevia won the 100 breaststroke. Allie Schroeder, Emily Shaw, Zoeller and Stine won the 400 free relay.
Nick Reineck won the 200 and 500 free, Ty Gallogly the 200 IM and 100 backstroke and David Saunders the 50 free for the boys. Gallogly, Tristan Auxter, Zach Barr and Shane Meek won the 200 medley relay.
Thomas Keville won the diving competition, Barr the 100 butterfly and Meek the 100 free. Gallogly, Meek, Reineck and Barr won the 200 free relay. Barr, Auxter, Reineck and Meek took the 400 free relay.
Auxter won the 100 breaststroke.
WRESTLING Woodmore’s Ulinski claims title
Woodmore’s Evan Ulinski dominated Riverdale’s Kolten Martin, 15-0, in the championship match at 113 pounds to earn a technical fall.
Ulinski was recognized as the outstanding wrestler for the meet.
Danbury’s Johnathan McClellan beat Swanton’s Matt Rainey, 13-9, for the championship at 195.
The Wildcats’ Tony Rozzi beat Hopewell-Loudon’s Damion Vitt, 9-2, for the title at 145.
Woodmore’s Thomas Schnittker fell to Lake’s Damon Keister, 7-1, at 106 in the finals.