Comets compete in state wrestling tournament

Messenger photos by Pat Donahue
Central Crossing High School senior Jamie Ramirez earned his first trip to the OHSAA Boys Wrestling State Tournament held March 11-12 at the Schottenstein Center. Ramirez qualified for the tournament by taking a top four spot at the district competition a week earlier. Ramirez is shown here in a second round bout with Connor Holm of Elyria who came out on top 9-1. Ramirez would close out the season with a record of 38-10.
Central Crossing junior Addison Rudolph placed for the third time among the best in the state to take the third place spot in the 2023 OHSAA Inaugural Girls Wrestling State Tournament that took place with the Boys State Tournament March 10-12 at the Jerome Schottenstein Center. The junior started off the event with a pin before dropping a match to Kira Cole of Casstown Miami East who continued her undefeated season to the top of the 115 pound podium. Shown here Rudolph is on her way to a 7-3 win over Oak Hills senior Lexi Grant.
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