The Chargers placed 13 wrestlers and had three individual champions as they won the Marion County Invitational.
Edison scored 308 points to finish well ahead of Nelsonville-York (279) and Apple Creek Waynedale (278) to win the 17-team Invite.
Dylan Burns was named Most Valuable Wrestler. Others winning titles were Casey Barnett and Ray Adams.
Barnett won the 106-pound title in dominant fashion on Day 2 of the two-day tournament. He opened with a fall in 2:14 over Ashland Crestview’s Colton Campbell. He had victories by pin over Troy Christian’s Caleb Schroeder (3:31) and Clyde’s Rush Andres (1:00).
At 113, Adams began with a pin over Ridgedale’s Dakota Jenkins in 55 seconds, followed by a pin over Clyde’s Max Yates (1:31) and Crestview’s Brent Eicher (1:35).
Burns began his Day 2 with a 14-3 major decision over Clyde’s James Batesole, followed by a pin in 3:02 over Huron’s Isaiah Gonzales, and a 9-1 decision over Crestview’s Clay Eagle.
En route to MVW, Burns began the tournament on Friday with three pins over Ellgin’s Austin Pasma (1:13), Clyde’s Alex McKee (2:16) and Upper Sandusky’s Ashton Shepherd (5:11).
Sam Stoll began 182 on Friday by going 3-0 with three pins over Clyde’s Johnny Loparo (:31), Waynedale’s Keith Yoder (1:04) and Marion Pleasant’s Connor Sparling (1:04). He added two more pins to begin Saturday in 1:47 and 1:20 over Crestview’s Cade Rogers and MO’s Grant Theis.
In the finals, Stoll dropped a tough 7-4 decision to Upper Sandusky’s Noah Clary in a matchup of a pair of two-time state qualifiers.
Three other Edison wrestlers also finished with one loss over the two days for the Chargers.
Jordan Keegan went 3-0 on Day 1 at 138, then followed up with a 2-1 record on Saturday to go 5-1 over the two days. He dropped a 12-6 decision to Jared Ford’s (Troy Christian) in his last match of the tournament.
At 152, Collin Mancuso went 4-1, dropping his final match to to Conor Becker (Galion Northmor). At 170, Jacob Brewer also went 4-1 for the Chargers as well, falling to Nelsonville-York’s Tyler Speelman in his final match.
As a team, the Chargers finished 30-16 overall on Day 2 among their 14 wrestlers — after going 26-7 on Day 1 Friday for an overall mark of 56-23.
Margaretta 64, Edison 30
MILAN — The Margaretta girls basketball team wasted no time taking control of Saturday’s SBC Bay division game at Edison.
The Polar Bears jumped out to a 14-4 lead after one quarter, and 34-10 by halftime of a 64-30 win.
For Margaretta (13-2, 6-1), Taylor Malson scored a game-high 17 points, while Jayden Moore had 10 and Kennedi Hilton scored nine.
Edison (7-6, 3-4) was led by Alana Fidler with 12 points, and Aliyah Caporini added eight points.
“We played a better second half,” Edison coach Tracey Moyer said of her team. “We struggled to hit a bucket in the first half. In the second half, we started to attack and saw some success.”
MARGARETTA (13-2, 6-1)
Kennedi Hilton 2-5—9; Jennah Yost 1-2—4; Tori Miller 3-0—6; Taylor Malson 8-1—17; Hannah Wiedenheft 1-0—2; Eliana Wiedenheft 2-0—4; Jayden Moore 2-6—10; Rebekka Wobser 3-0—6; Grace Bias 1-4—6. TOTALS 23-18—64.
EDISON (7-6, 3-4)
Ashley Sneider 1-0—2; Mariah Medina 0-1—1; Aliyah Caporini 3-2—8; Molly Houser 2-1—5; Alana Fidler 5-2—12; Hannah Vitaz 0-1—1; Sam Smith 0-1—1. TOTALS 11-8—30.
Margaretta 14 20 14 16 — 64
Edison 4 6 11 9 — 30
3-point FGs: None.
JV: Margaretta 75-34.