Carrollton’s Carman, Minerva’s Haines, others earn All-Ohio wrestling honors; finals scheduled for Sunday night


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The fourth session of the OHSAA state wrestling tournament concluded Sunday morning with the placement matches for third through eighth place. All wrestlers finishing in the top eight earned All-Ohio honorsThe championship matches are scheduled to begin at 5 p.m.


Carrollton sophomore finished his tournament run in sixth place, finishing as an All-Ohio wrestler for the second year in a row.

Josh Carman (JMN Photo/Jordan Miller)


Minerva junior Kaiden Haines finished sixth after falling in his final match of the tournament.

Kaiden Haines (JMN Photo/Nessa Cercone)


Senior wrestler Blake Schaffer led the Leopards Sunday morning, earning a third-place spot on the podium at 190 lbs.

Louisville’s Brenden Severs finished sixth at 157 lbs. Senior Noah Peterson finished eighth at 175 lbs. after falling 11-6 to Ross’s Ryan Iams.

Louisville senior Cameron Brazek finished fourth in the heavyweight division.

Brenden Severs (JMN Photo/Jordan Miller)


Sandy Valley senior Wyatt Moyer finished seventh at 215 lbs. after winning by default.


Dover senior Brandon Kiser finished fifth in the state at 175 lbs.

Brandon Kiser (JMN Photo/Jordan Miller)


New Philadelphia’s Charlie Gibbs finished seventh with a 4-1 decision.


Tuslaw senior Zach Lyons finished fourth at 138 lbs., earning All-Ohio honors.

Zach Lyons (JMN Photo/Nessa Cercone)