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  1. Michigan and Ohio State Share Wrestler of the Week Honor Wolverines’ Micic claims honor after picking up two wins; Buckeyes’ Tomasello earns plaudit after claiming top-five victory Co-Wrestlers of the Week Stevan Micic, Michigan 133 pounds – Fr. – Cedar Lake, Ind. – Hanover Central Led the Wolverines with a pair of individual wins, helping Michigan defeat Maryland Eighth-ranked Micic claimed a 11-4 win over Billy Rappo of Maryland and a 13-7 victory over third-ranked Eric Montoya of Nebraska Earns the second Wrestler of the Week Award of his career Last Ohio State Wrestler of the Week: Kyle Snyder (Nov. 22, 2016) Nathan Tomasello, Ohio State 133 pounds – Jr. – Parma, Ohio – Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy Helped lead the Buckeyes to a win over No. 12 Illinois The second-ranked wrestler picked up a 12-4 major decision over No. 4 Zane Richards of Illinois Remains unbeaten on the year, sporting a 9-0 record Earns the first Wrestler of the Week Award of his career Last Michigan Wrestler of the Week: Logan Massa (Dec. 6, 2016) 2016-17 Wrestlers of the Week Nov. 8: Connor Medbery, Sr., WIS Nov. 15: Connor Medbery, Sr., WIS Nov. 22: Kyle Snyder, Jr., OSU Nov. 29: Brett Pfarr, Sr., MINN Dec. 6: Logan Massa, Fr., MICH Dec. 13: Anthony Rubinetti, Fr., NU Dec. 20: Drew Hughes, Fr., MSU Jan. 3: Thomas Gilman, IOWA Ethan Lizak, MINN Jan. 10: Jason Nolf, PSU Jan. 17: Stevan Micic, Fr., MICH Nathan Tomasello, Jr., OSU
  2. Michigan and Ohio State Share Wrestler of the Week Honor Wolverines’ Micic claims honor after picking up two wins; Buckeyes’ Tomasello earns plaudit after claiming top-five victory Co-Wrestlers of the Week Stevan Micic, Michigan 133 pounds – Fr. – Cedar Lake, Ind. – Hanover Central Led the Wolverines with a pair of individual wins, helping Michigan defeat Maryland Eighth-ranked Micic claimed a 11-4 win over Billy Rappo of Maryland and a 13-7 victory over third-ranked Eric Montoya of Nebraska Earns the second Wrestler of the Week Award of his career Last Ohio State Wrestler of the Week: Kyle Snyder (Nov. 22, 2016) Nathan Tomasello, Ohio State 133 pounds – Jr. – Parma, Ohio – Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy Helped lead the Buckeyes to a win over No. 12 Illinois The second-ranked wrestler picked up a 12-4 major decision over No. 4 Zane Richards of Illinois Remains unbeaten on the year, sporting a 9-0 record Earns the first Wrestler of the Week Award of his career Last Michigan Wrestler of the Week: Logan Massa (Dec. 6, 2016) 2016-17 Wrestlers of the Week Nov. 8: Connor Medbery, Sr., WIS Nov. 15: Connor Medbery, Sr., WIS Nov. 22: Kyle Snyder, Jr., OSU Nov. 29: Brett Pfarr, Sr., MINN Dec. 6: Logan Massa, Fr., MICH Dec. 13: Anthony Rubinetti, Fr., NU Dec. 20: Drew Hughes, Fr., MSU Jan. 3: Thomas Gilman, IOWA Ethan Lizak, MINN Jan. 10: Jason Nolf, PSU Jan. 17: Stevan Micic, Fr., MICH Nathan Tomasello, Jr., OSU Click here to view the article
  3. Otterbein University, located just north of Columbus, Ohio, is set to begin its first season of competition in more than 40 years! Thanks to Head Coach Brent Rastetter, the program's resurrection is picking up serious momentum leading up to the start of the NCAA wrestling season. The schedule is set, the wrestlers are on campus, and the preparation has begun. Competing in the Ohio Athletic Conference, Otterbein University will be in the hunt for conference and national titles right from the start. Follow one of the country's newest wrestling programs and find out how you can be a part of history by clicking on the links below. We will post news and events in order to keep you updated as the season goes on! Good luck to everyone starting their seasons! Challenge yourselves, reach new heights, and embrace the grind! #CardyStyle Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OtterbeinWrestling/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/cardywrestling Recruit Questionnaire: http://otterbeincardinals.com/sports/2010/8/3/Gen_0803100318.aspx?id=50 Website: http://www.otterbeincardinals.com/index.aspx?path=wrestling&tab=wrestling
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  5. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net Former Culver Community wrestling standout Matt Hurford is making a name for himself in the junior college ranks. Hurford recently finished as runner-up in the National Junior College Athletic Association championships. The Ellsworth Community College sophomore has placed runner-up in the championships both of his years at the school. Ellsworth is a two-year college program. So now Hurford is weighing his options and hoping to wrestle Division I for the remainder of his collegiate years. “I’ve got several Division I coaches talking to me,” Hurford said. “I’ve just got to decide what I’m going to do and what the best fit for me is going to be.” At Culver Community High School Hurford ended his senior year on a high note. He won state at 182 pounds, beating Perry Meridian’s Jake Massengale 9-4 in the final. “That was probably the highlight of my wrestling career so far,” Hurford said. “I was so happy after that.” Ellsworth coach Cole Spree was pleased to have Hurford on his team the past two seasons. “He’s the hardest worker we have,” Spree said. “That is ultimately the key to his success. His work ethic and what he expects from himself is second to none. There are times in the room where he gets beat by the other guys, but that’s only because he practices so hard, he warms up so hard, he can wear himself out because he only knows one speed.” Spree said he loves to recruit Indiana wrestlers. Ellsworth is located in Iowa Falls, Iowa. “I’ve got one other kid from Indiana on my team right now (Merrillville’s Isaac Rentas),” Spree said. “A lot of Indiana kids don’t want to go far away. But the kids from Indiana are usually very grounded and seem to all come from very good programs and they know their wrestling.” Hurford admits he has work to do in order to be able to compete at the level he would like to in Division I. “I think my strength and my hard work are my two biggest assets,” he said. “But I still have to improve technique-wise.” Hurford wasn’t always a good wrestler. He started competing in second grade and struggled quite a bit up until about seventh grade. “I think seventh grade is when things really started to click for me,” Hurford said. Wrestling has been an uphill climb for Hurford since the beginning. He didn’t get recruited heavily out of high school, despite winning the state championship. But it didn’t stop him. Instead he went to Ellsworth to improve, and has done so. Spree contributes Hurford’s success to the amount of time he spends working to get better. “Matt doesn’t have freaky speed,” Spree said. “He doesn’t have anything that would make you say ‘wow.’ But he’s got that attitude that no matter what is put in front of him, he’ll go around it, or through it, or over it. He’ll do whatever it takes. That’s why he will continue to be a success.” If you have a story idea for #WrestlingWednesday, email jerhines@cinergymetro.net with your suggestion.
  6. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net Former Culver Community wrestling standout Matt Hurford is making a name for himself in the junior college ranks. Hurford recently finished as runner-up in the National Junior College Athletic Association championships. The Ellsworth Community College sophomore has placed runner-up in the championships both of his years at the school. Ellsworth is a two-year college program. So now Hurford is weighing his options and hoping to wrestle Division I for the remainder of his collegiate years. “I’ve got several Division I coaches talking to me,” Hurford said. “I’ve just got to decide what I’m going to do and what the best fit for me is going to be.” At Culver Community High School Hurford ended his senior year on a high note. He won state at 182 pounds, beating Perry Meridian’s Jake Massengale 9-4 in the final. “That was probably the highlight of my wrestling career so far,” Hurford said. “I was so happy after that.” Ellsworth coach Cole Spree was pleased to have Hurford on his team the past two seasons. “He’s the hardest worker we have,” Spree said. “That is ultimately the key to his success. His work ethic and what he expects from himself is second to none. There are times in the room where he gets beat by the other guys, but that’s only because he practices so hard, he warms up so hard, he can wear himself out because he only knows one speed.” Spree said he loves to recruit Indiana wrestlers. Ellsworth is located in Iowa Falls, Iowa. “I’ve got one other kid from Indiana on my team right now (Merrillville’s Isaac Rentas),” Spree said. “A lot of Indiana kids don’t want to go far away. But the kids from Indiana are usually very grounded and seem to all come from very good programs and they know their wrestling.” Hurford admits he has work to do in order to be able to compete at the level he would like to in Division I. “I think my strength and my hard work are my two biggest assets,” he said. “But I still have to improve technique-wise.” Hurford wasn’t always a good wrestler. He started competing in second grade and struggled quite a bit up until about seventh grade. “I think seventh grade is when things really started to click for me,” Hurford said. Wrestling has been an uphill climb for Hurford since the beginning. He didn’t get recruited heavily out of high school, despite winning the state championship. But it didn’t stop him. Instead he went to Ellsworth to improve, and has done so. Spree contributes Hurford’s success to the amount of time he spends working to get better. “Matt doesn’t have freaky speed,” Spree said. “He doesn’t have anything that would make you say ‘wow.’ But he’s got that attitude that no matter what is put in front of him, he’ll go around it, or through it, or over it. He’ll do whatever it takes. That’s why he will continue to be a success.” If you have a story idea for #WrestlingWednesday, email jerhines@cinergymetro.net with your suggestion. Click here to view the article
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