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Wrestling Opens Postseason at Sectionals

Posted on: February 21, 2019

THE UPCOMING DOCKET:   With the ECC Championships and the regular season completed, the Eagles will look to make a run in the postseason.  The #15 Eagles are assigned to the Hamilton location for the 2019 Southwest Ohio Division I Sectional Tournament. Teams and seeds in the Hamilton draw include:  #1 LaSalle, #4 Fairfield, #5 Elder, #9 West Clermont, #10 Moeller, #14 St. Xavier, #15 Milford, # 16 Anderson, #18 Northwest, #19 Oak Hills, #20 Hamilton, #22 Turpin, and #25 Withrow.

Admission information, schedule, directions, and weather contingency plans can be found HERE.

Friday, February 22:               Milford @ OHSAA Sectional Tournament, Hamilton High School, 4:30 pm

Saturday, Feb. 23:                  Milford @ OHSAA Sectional Tournament, Hamilton High School, 9:30 am

 

2018 Sectional Report:  Two Eagles placed in the top four at the 2018 Sectionals to qualify for the District Tournament.

Junior Kobey Bronaugh (3rd) and sophomore Max Ward (4th) advanced to Districts, while sophomore Mason Roy, who placed fifth, served as an alternate. Ray Clayton (#132) and Jonah Fouts (#113) both finished in sixth place.  

Milford finished with 56 points, good for ninth place.  Elder claimed the team championship, followed by Western Brown, Harrison, Moeller and Lebanon.  Milford finished ahead of fellow ECC programs Kings (10th) and Turpin (t-11th).

 

A LOOK BACK: 

February 13 at Milford:  Little Miami 29, Milford 28

Kobey Bronaugh, Hayden Poor, Alex Price, and Jack Ward, and pinnette Samantha Kuykendall were honored on senior night prior to the battle with Little Miami. 

Though the score was tied at 28 at the end of the dual, Little Miami was awarded one point and the win based on criteria for matches that end in a tie.

Max Ward won by major decision, and Milford got the edge in bonus points with pins by Ray Clayton, Connor Hawkins, and Hayden Harvey.

 

February 16 at ECC Championships:

Milford’s wrestling team took third place at this weekend’s Eastern Cincinnati Conference Championships.

Kobey Bronaugh (#138) and Max Ward (#132) won the individual championships in their respective weight classes, both by pins. 

Bronaugh finished with 2 falls and 2 decisions, winning the finals match with a fall in 1:57 over West Clermont’s Will Turner.  It was Bronaugh’s third consecutive ECC Championship; he’s just the third Milford wrestler with three conference championships.

Ward won the title with 3 falls and an 11-1 major decision over runner-up Jake Ransbottom of West Clermont.  It was his second consecutive title as well, and he joins just nine other Eagles who have won two or more conference championships.

Five others took the podium in third place: Nathan Wiley (#113); Jonah Fouts (#120); Ray Clayton (#126); Joseph Cutting (#220); and Hayden Harvey (#285).  Chad Lynn, at #145, finished fourth.

West Clermont, with 273 points, won the 2019 ECC championship tournament.  Loveland, who had won the past two titles, finished second with 241 points while Milford finished third for the second consecutive year with 143 points.  The 143 points scored by the Eagles was 22 more than last year, and the highest score yet for the team in the seven years of existence of the ECC.

  1. West Clermont 273.0
  2. Loveland 241.0
  3. Milford 143.0
  4. Kings 135.5
  5. Turpin 50.0
  6. Anderson 45.0
  7. Walnut Hills 25.0
  8. Withrow 17.0

Click HERE to see full results of the ECC Championships.

 

INSIDE THE NUMBERS:  The following athletes are in the top four of the ECC standings as of Feb. 17: 

Kobey Bronaugh (t-2nd – 138; 18-4, 11 pins)

Anthony Carlisle (t-4th – 126; 3-3, 2 pins)

Ray Clayton (3rd – 126; 15-9, 8 pins)

Derek Elliot (3rd – 145; 12-7, 7 pins)

Jonah Fouts (3rd – 120; 7-12, 2 pins)

Hayden Harvey (t-3rd – 285; 15-10, 12 pins)

Connor Hawkins (3rd – 182; 10-10, 8 pins)

Wes Prather (4th – 195; 1-1)

Alex Price (4th – 160; 8-14, 6 pins)

Jack Ward (3rd – 152; 10-14, 5 pins)

Max Ward (2nd – 132; 18-7, 7 pins)

Nathan Wiley (t-3rd – 113; 5-12, 3 pins)

                            

ICYMI:  Thanks to the support of Eagle Nation, Senior Kobey Bronaugh was voted the Cincinnati Enquirer Wrestler of the Week for the week of Fri., Dec. 14.