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Ottawa's Weidl wins league

By The Herald Staff | 2/11/2013

The Ottawa High School wrestling team had seven wrestlers finish in the top four Friday and Saturday in the Frontier League Tournament in Ottawa.

The Cyclones finished fourth with a 3-3 dual record. Ottawa defeated Eudora (60-18), Louisburg (43-26) and De Soto (44-36). Ottawa lost to Paola (47-30), Spring Hill (67-6) and Baldwin (46-30).

The Ottawa High School wrestling team had seven wrestlers finish in the top four Friday and Saturday in the Frontier League Tournament in Ottawa.

The Cyclones finished fourth with a 3-3 dual record. Ottawa defeated Eudora (60-18), Louisburg (43-26) and De Soto (44-36). Ottawa lost to Paola (47-30), Spring Hill (67-6) and Baldwin (46-30).

“We had a pretty good two days,” Ottawa coach Joe Tokarz said. “We are hoping this meet will help push us into the regional meet.”

Ottawa junior Dalton Weidl won the 182-pound division by winning all six matches. Tony Wurtz finished second at 106 with a 5-1 mark.

Mickey Jensen (285), Caleb Parenti (160), Sam Carver (132) and Cale Paquette (120) finished third with 4-2 records.

Hunter Peoples (145) was fourth at 3-3.    

Ottawa wrestles Friday and Saturday at the 4A regional in Tonganoxie.

The top four finishers in each weight division advance to the state tournament. It is a double-elimination bracketed format.

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