Patriots power past Wildcats


Liberty’s Kris Volpe, back, competes against Demetrious Monroe during Thursday’s OCC-Central Division dual against visiting Hilliard Davidson. Vople won by decision, 6-4, giving his team an 8-0 lead two matches into the action. The defending league-champion Patriots started strong and never looked back, rolling to a 56-8 win. Trevor Lawson, Cole Fitzpatrick, Jake Kendzerski, Andrew Crooks and Ryan Stewart all won with pins, Zach Furnas and Trey Grenier won via tech fall and Jordan Rosselli, Connor Brady and Connor Thomas picked up wins via decision. Over in the OCC-Capital Division, Hayes, Olentangy and Orange had nice nights, each picking up two wins. The Pacers beat Worthington Kilbourne 59-21 and cruised past New Albany 70-4, the Braves handled Kilbourne and New Albany and the Pioneers notched convincing wins over Franklin Heights and Big Walnut.

Liberty’s Kris Volpe, back, competes against Demetrious Monroe during Thursday’s OCC-Central Division dual against visiting Hilliard Davidson. Vople won by decision, 6-4, giving his team an 8-0 lead two matches into the action. The defending league-champion Patriots started strong and never looked back, rolling to a 56-8 win. Trevor Lawson, Cole Fitzpatrick, Jake Kendzerski, Andrew Crooks and Ryan Stewart all won with pins, Zach Furnas and Trey Grenier won via tech fall and Jordan Rosselli, Connor Brady and Connor Thomas picked up wins via decision. Over in the OCC-Capital Division, Hayes, Olentangy and Orange had nice nights, each picking up two wins. The Pacers beat Worthington Kilbourne 59-21 and cruised past New Albany 70-4, the Braves handled Kilbourne and New Albany and the Pioneers notched convincing wins over Franklin Heights and Big Walnut.


Liberty’s Kris Volpe, back, competes against Demetrious Monroe during Thursday’s OCC-Central Division dual against visiting Hilliard Davidson. Vople won by decision, 6-4, giving his team an 8-0 lead two matches into the action. The defending league-champion Patriots started strong and never looked back, rolling to a 56-8 win. Trevor Lawson, Cole Fitzpatrick, Jake Kendzerski, Andrew Crooks and Ryan Stewart all won with pins, Zach Furnas and Trey Grenier won via tech fall and Jordan Rosselli, Connor Brady and Connor Thomas picked up wins via decision. Over in the OCC-Capital Division, Hayes, Olentangy and Orange had nice nights, each picking up two wins. The Pacers beat Worthington Kilbourne 59-21 and cruised past New Albany 70-4, the Braves handled Kilbourne and New Albany and the Pioneers notched convincing wins over Franklin Heights and Big Walnut.

Liberty’s Kris Volpe, back, competes against Demetrious Monroe during Thursday’s OCC-Central Division dual against visiting Hilliard Davidson. Vople won by decision, 6-4, giving his team an 8-0 lead two matches into the action. The defending league-champion Patriots started strong and never looked back, rolling to a 56-8 win. Trevor Lawson, Cole Fitzpatrick, Jake Kendzerski, Andrew Crooks and Ryan Stewart all won with pins, Zach Furnas and Trey Grenier won via tech fall and Jordan Rosselli, Connor Brady and Connor Thomas picked up wins via decision. Over in the OCC-Capital Division, Hayes, Olentangy and Orange had nice nights, each picking up two wins. The Pacers beat Worthington Kilbourne 59-21 and cruised past New Albany 70-4, the Braves handled Kilbourne and New Albany and the Pioneers notched convincing wins over Franklin Heights and Big Walnut.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/01/web1_wrestle-1.jpgLiberty’s Kris Volpe, back, competes against Demetrious Monroe during Thursday’s OCC-Central Division dual against visiting Hilliard Davidson. Vople won by decision, 6-4, giving his team an 8-0 lead two matches into the action. The defending league-champion Patriots started strong and never looked back, rolling to a 56-8 win. Trevor Lawson, Cole Fitzpatrick, Jake Kendzerski, Andrew Crooks and Ryan Stewart all won with pins, Zach Furnas and Trey Grenier won via tech fall and Jordan Rosselli, Connor Brady and Connor Thomas picked up wins via decision. Over in the OCC-Capital Division, Hayes, Olentangy and Orange had nice nights, each picking up two wins. The Pacers beat Worthington Kilbourne 59-21 and cruised past New Albany 70-4, the Braves handled Kilbourne and New Albany and the Pioneers notched convincing wins over Franklin Heights and Big Walnut.