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Princeton/Lakota East, Horning Memorial Tournament Ahead For MHS Wrestling

Posted on: January 15, 2017

SETTING THE SCENE:  The Eagles have two on the schedule this week; they will head to Princeton for a tri-match and to Mason for the James V. Horning Memorial Tournament.   Looking ahead, Milford will be on the mats at the OHSAA Regional Dual Team Tournament.  The first round, when #7 Milford will face #2 Lakota West, will be held Wed., 1/25 at 5:00 pm.  Location will be announced when available. 


A LOOK BACK:  In another exciting dual meet finish, the Eagles almost ran the tables in the last four matches for the win but lost a close one to Indian Hill, 38-31.  Three wrestlers moved up a weight class this week, including senior Graham Martin at 182 who started with a 13-6 win.  Classmate Blake Miller won a major decision 11-3 at 195, before Haidyn Oberschlake lost by fall at 220, but not before running up a 12-5 lead.  Senior Daniel Wilson, at 285, finished the night for the Eagles with a fall in the first period.

Six wrestlers made their varsity debut.  Collecting big wins from that group: freshmen Isaac Sheldon at 113; Luke Schneider at 120; and a takedown clinic put on by Haidyn Oberschlake.  Experience gained at Indian Hill will prepare this group for more varsity matches and success in the future.

The match at Indian Hill can be viewed in its entirety, compliments of Indian Hill YouTube at:


A LOOK AHEAD:  The Eagles will be busy this weekend, as they head to Princeton for a tri-match including Lakota East, and end the week at the James V. Horning Memorial Tournament in Mason. 

  • Friday, 1/20:               Milford @ Princeton & Lakota East, Princeton High School, 6:00 pm
  • Saturday, 1/21:           Milford @ James V. Horning Memorial Tournament, Mason Junior High School, 9:00 am


POLL WATCH: Elder is again ranked first in the Cincinnati Enquirer coaches’ poll for week six, followed again by Mason and LaSalle.  Fairfield moved to fourth, with Harrison in fifth.  The ECC’s Loveland moved back into the poll at ninth.  Glen Este (1) is again the only other ECC school to receive votes.