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February 5, 2013

Koerner and Osha advance to semi-state

BLOOMINGTON — Washington's Ryan Koerner and Ritchie Osha have advanced to Saturday¹s semistate at the Ford Center in Evansville after placing third in their respective weight classes at the regional.

Koerner (30-7) placed third in the 113-pound weight class. Osha (34-6) did the same at 145 pounds.

Six of the nine wrestlers Washington sent to the regional finished in the top six.

Levi Graber (34-10) placed fifth at 120 pounds, Edgardo Meza (34-11) was fifth at 132, Aaron Cissell (36-10) was fifth at 170 and Edrwin Revolorio was fifth at 195 pounds.

The top four wrestlers in each weight class advance to the semistate in Evansville. The four Washington wrestlers placing fifth are the first alternate if any of the top four in their weight class are unable to wrestle in the semistate.

Koerner, a sophomore, and Osha, a junior, will make their first semistate apperances.

Washington finished eighth in team standings with 58 points. Host Bloomington South won the team competition with 240.5 points.

The semistate is set to bedgin at 10 a.m. (EST).

Team scores: Bloomington South (BS) 240.5, Jasper (J) 156.5. Terre Haute South (THS) 99.5, Southridge (S) 77, Northview(N) 72, Edgewood (E) 71, Sullivan (Su) 64, Washington (W) 58, Owen Valley (OV) 51, Terre Haute North

(THN) 49, Bedford North Lawrence (BNL) 44, 12. Paoli (P) 30, Forest Park

(FP) 27, North Knox (NK) 25) west Vigo (WV) 6.

Top six finishers in each weight class and wrestler record. Top four advance to semistate.

106: 1. Griffin Schermer (BS), 37-3; 2. Cale McCoy (N), 30-8; 3. Dillon Hurst (J), 30-7; 4. Dylan Robertson (BNL), 25-10; 5. Ryann Upppal (THS), 33-7; 6. Josh Thomas (FP), 28-11. 113: 1. Ryann Shane (N), 21-17; 2. Darinn Pemberton (THS), 30-9; 3. Ryan Koerner (W), 30-7; 4. Michael Cole (BHS), 22-21; 5. Tom Brock (J), 28-6. Austin Newton (Craw. County), 39-6. 120: 1.

Nathan Schitter (J), 35-2; 2. Zack Runyon (BS), 32-9; 3. Juan Ramirez (S) 27-10; 4. David Lewis (THS), 5. Levi Graber (W), 34-10; 6. Stephen Gibson (NV), 20-17. 126: 1. Cory Orndoff (Su), 25-1; 2. Eric Elia (THN), 30-10; 3.

Edgar Chevez (J), 23-7; 4. Winston Glenn (FP), 22-9; 5. David Ray (BS), 24-18; Doug Wilkins (WV), 13-12. 132: 1. Devin Broukal (BS), 35-4; 2. Nick Byrd (Su), 26-6; 3. Ben Auberry (NK), 31-3; 4. Dillon Deckard (E), 29-9; 5.

Edgardo Meza (W), 34-11; 6. Trevin Grissom (Mit.) 138: 1. Adams Phoenix (THS), 35-7; 2. Roger Kersteins (J), 33-3; 3. Brennan Barlow (BS), 28-14; 4.

Keith Hurst (FP), 34-8; 5. Colt Thompson (Su), 24-7; 6. Blaize Meyerholtz (S), 18-17. 145: 1. Grant Brescher (J), 32-4; 2. William Newfourth (OV), 25-4; 3. Richard Osha (W), 34-6; 4. Ian Newton (THS) 33-10; 5. Ross Abram (BS), 22-14; Joey Thomas (NK) 25-11. 152: 1. Cody Helms (THS), 39-4; 2.

Jacob Mundy (S), 39-7; 3. Tyler Gilmor (THS), 4. Jeremy Williams (BS), 23-19; 5. Kirk Stenftengel (J), 29-9; 6. Hunter Dalton (BS), 17-23). 160: 1.

Seth Seitzinger (BS), 33-6; 2. Gabe Koontz (E), 36-4; 3. Cole Kreilein (J), 29-4; 4. Jonathan Sullivan (Su), 23-9; 5. Ethan Yates (OV) 26-10; 6. Aiden Michel (S), 16-11. 170: Connor Galvin (BHS), 36-4; 2. Larry Schaffer (OV), 30-2; 3. Dominique Davis (BS), 27-13; 4. Duane Deerwester (THS), 32-12; 5.

Aaron Cissell (W), 36-10; 6. Dillon Wagner (J), 26-11. 182: 1. Damien Chambers (E), 35-4; 2. Dakota Thacker (BS), 37-3; 3. Andy Fisher (BS), 30-7; 4. Ian Songer (J), 28-8; 5. Ryan Moshak (THN), 26-14; 6. Andrew Roberts (BNL), 22-16. 195: 1. Clayton Fiddler (BS), 40-0; 2. B.  Patton (E), 33-9; 3. Moises Valenciano (J), 24-4; 4. Jesse Miller (N), 35-8; 5. Edrwin Revoloria (W), 35-10; 6.. Bobby Hall (S), 37-9; 220: Boyd Andry (BS), 36-5; 2, CJ Andry (P), 28-4; 3. Ethan Edington (THN), 15-8; 4. Nick Joyner (BNL), 27-8; 5. Evan Bedwell (NK), 19-10; 6. Cory Hoffman (J), 23-9. 285: 1. Guss Dehani (BS), 29-9; 2. Austin Davis (BNL), 26-8; Ethan Schwoeppe (S), 43-4; 4. Justin Sampson (N), 38-2; 5. Mark Miles (P) 23-8; 6. JR Robertson (OC), 24-10.

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