Eaton wins SWBL division title


Preble Shawnee comes up a point shy

By Eddie Mowen Jr. - emowen@civitasmedia.com



Eaton’s Coleman Manning battles Preble Shawnee’s Travis Tatum in the final of the 132-pound weight division at the Southwestern Buckeye League tournament on Saturday, Feb. 18. Manning won by pin to become Eaton’s lone league champ.


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Preble Shawnee’s Camron Neal (red) battles Wade Monebrake (white) for the 120-pound title during the SWBL tournament. Neal, who is Monebrake’s uncle, won the match 5-0.


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Preble Shawnee’s Camron Neal (red) battles Wade Monebrake (white) for the 120-pound title during the SWBL tournament. Neal, who is Monebrake’s uncle, won the match 5-0.


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MIDDLETOWN — Eaton locked up its sixth-straight Southwestern Buckeye League Southwestern Division title, while Preble Shawnee came up a point shy of winning the program’s first-ever league championship during the SWBL wrestling meet Friday and Saturday, Feb. 17-18 at Middletown Madison High School.

Eaton won the Southwestern Division with 159.5 points and finished third overall.

Shawnee placed second overall with 163 points, but one spot behind Buckeye Division and overall league champion Milton-Union, who scored 164 points.

“We’re very pleased but not satisfied,” Eaton coach Mark Silvers said of winning the SW Division title. “Really, they performed up to their level all the way through.”

Eaton and Preble Shawnee each had one champion.

Coleman Manning won the Eagles’ title with a pin of Preble Shawnee’s Travis Tatum in the 132 pound final, while the Arrows’ Camron Neal defeated Eaton’s Wade Monebrake, 5-0, in the 120 pound weight class.

Eaton’s Isaac Ilo was second at 160 and Preble Shawnee’s Tanner Crabtree placed second at 195.

“It was an awesome tournament,” Preble Shawnee coach Jake Follick said. “You look at the end result and you’re kind of saddened by that. We knew it was in the grasps. I knew it was going to be close. I’m nothing but proud of these kids, the way that they performed.”

SWBL Championships Scores

1. Milton-Union 164.0; 2. Preble Shawnee 163.0; 3. Eaton 159.5; 4. Valley View 147.5; 5. Monroe 123.0; 6. Franklin 117.0; 7. Brookville 115.0; 8. Oakwood 107.0; 9. Dixie 86.0; 10. Madison 74.5; 11. Bellbrook 71.5; 12. Waynesville 66.0; 13. Carlisle 52.0; 14. Northridge 22.0;

First Place

106: Joey Dima (Valley View) pin Sam Price (Monroe) 3:26;

113: J.C. Fox (Dixie) pin Abrum Barnhiser (Monroe) 3:07;

120: Camron Neal (Preble Shawnee) dec. Wade Monebrake (Eaton) 5-0;

126: Ben Sherrill (Bellbrook) maj. dec. Drew Price (Madison) md11-3;

132: Coleman Manning (Eaton) pin Travis Tatum (Preble Shawnee) 0:47;

138: Kamron Paulus (Milton-Union) pin Tayler Steele (Waynesville) 2:48;

145: Trenten Scott (Franklin) dec. Jordan Cress (Milton-Union) 7-2;

152: Dylan Schenck (Milton-Union) dec. Steven Brown (Dixie) 4-2;

160: Landon Armbruster (Brookville) dec. Isaac Ilo (Eaton) 9-5;

170: Gunnar Dawson (Madison) maj. dec. Caleb Black (Milton-Union) md18-6;

182: Tim Tidwell (Bellbrook) dec. Justin Eyler (Brookville) 7-2;

195: Stone Day (Valley View) tech. fall Tanner Crabtree (Preble Shawnee) tf18-1;

220: Reece Human (Carlisle) dec. Wyatt Hillard (Franklin) 3-0;

285: Cameron Coffman (Dixie) dec. Trent Wilson (Valley View) 5-3 OT;

Third Place

106: Devin Lucas (Oakwood) maj. dec. Rylan Roberts (Preble Shawnee) md16-3;

113: A.J. Lewandowski (Oakwood) dec. Devin Miller (Brookville) 5-2;

120: Cody Tracey (Monroe) dec. Jordan King (Milton-Union) 6-0;

126: Chris Weadick (Eaton) pin Jayden Zimmerman (Valley View) 3:57;

132: Logan Raney (Franklin) pin Kevin Myers (Valley View) 0:29;

138: Tyler Bentley (Carlisle) pin Wesley Carter (Northridge) 2:59;

145: Jakob Nelson-Mays (Oakwood) dec. Thomas Foster (Waynesville) 7-1;

152: Peter Hummel (Brookville) dec. Drew Combs (Preble Shawnee) 6-5;

160: Gage Johnson (Franklin) maj. dec. Owen Lewis (Milton-Union) md15-5;

170: Josiah White (Brookville) pin Avery Collins (Waynesville) 4:06;

182: Jordan Stubbs (Preble Shawnee) dec. Spencer Reynolds (Eaton) 5-2;

195: Zach Banks (Madison) dec. Hunter Ross (Milton-Union) 3-2;

220: Tyler Courtright (Milton-Union) dec. Ty Stevenson (Preble Shawnee) 5-2;

285: Alex Steele (Preble Shawnee) pin Mike Morris (Oakwood) 2:15;

Fifth Place

106: Casey St. Pierre (Waynesville) maj. dec. Brian Blosser (Dixie) md12-0;

113: Matt Huff (Franklin) pin Ethan Mayo (Valley View) 0:48;

120: Jordan Eslick (Madison) def. Travis Foster (Waynesville) Default;

126: Spencer Haman (Monroe) pin Kage Worley (Preble Shawnee) 1:35;

132: Owen Ebel (Bellbrook) pin Reuben Cohen (Monroe) 3:54;

138: Christian Leach (Monroe) pin Cameron Schmidt (Eaton) 4:19;

145: Kole Deel (Valley View) dec. Josue Morales (Monroe) 7-4;

152: Jared Kremer (Franklin) dec. Austin Napier (Valley View) 7-5;

160: Carston King (Oakwood) pin Sam Bohannon (Monroe) 3:58;

170: Seth Hodapp (Eaton) dec. Warren Kitchen (Franklin) 3-0;

182: Perry Gardiner (Valley View) dec. Jacob Oaks (Monroe) 1-0;

195: Christian Michael (Eaton) pin Luke Williams (Brookville) 1:46;

220: Drake Miller (Oakwood) def. Colton Gray (Eaton) Default;

285: Seth Bowman (Eaton) pin Matt Hamm (Brookville) 1:31;

Eaton’s Coleman Manning battles Preble Shawnee’s Travis Tatum in the final of the 132-pound weight division at the Southwestern Buckeye League tournament on Saturday, Feb. 18. Manning won by pin to become Eaton’s lone league champ.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2017/02/web1_swblwr1.jpgEaton’s Coleman Manning battles Preble Shawnee’s Travis Tatum in the final of the 132-pound weight division at the Southwestern Buckeye League tournament on Saturday, Feb. 18. Manning won by pin to become Eaton’s lone league champ. Eddie Mowen Jr. | The Register-Herald

Preble Shawnee’s Camron Neal (red) battles Wade Monebrake (white) for the 120-pound title during the SWBL tournament. Neal, who is Monebrake’s uncle, won the match 5-0.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2017/02/web1_swblwr2.jpgPreble Shawnee’s Camron Neal (red) battles Wade Monebrake (white) for the 120-pound title during the SWBL tournament. Neal, who is Monebrake’s uncle, won the match 5-0. Eddie Mowen Jr. | The Register-Herald

Preble Shawnee’s Camron Neal (red) battles Wade Monebrake (white) for the 120-pound title during the SWBL tournament. Neal, who is Monebrake’s uncle, won the match 5-0.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2017/02/web1_swblwr3.jpgPreble Shawnee’s Camron Neal (red) battles Wade Monebrake (white) for the 120-pound title during the SWBL tournament. Neal, who is Monebrake’s uncle, won the match 5-0. Eddie Mowen Jr. | The Register-Herald
Preble Shawnee comes up a point shy

By Eddie Mowen Jr.

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