GOOD LUCK RYLE SENIORS
Will Hogben, Jake Bradford, Ryan Jefferds, Brandon Adams
Plans after High School
Will Hogben : will be continuing his football career at Carnegie Mellon University
where he will major in Mathematical Sciences in the Mellon College of Science
Jake Bradford: will be continuing his wrestling career at Lindsey Wilson College where he
intends to major in Biology with a minor in Mathematics. Jake has also been accepted
in the Honors Program. He is on a 4 year Academic/Wrestling Scholarship.
Ryan Jefferds: will be attending Xavier University on a 4 year Army ROTC Scholarship. Ryan plans
to major in Political Science and tryout for the Ranger Challenge Team.
Brandon Adams: has accepted a job with Servall Electric. He will be attending the University of
Cincinnati where he will major in Electrical Engineering.
Awards and Letters were handed out at the Ryle Wrestling Banquet last night. The following awards for the 2008-2009 season were handed out:
Most Outstanding Wrestler Jake Bradford
Most Pins Michael Osborne
Most Improved Wrestler T.J. Ruschell
Raider Man Award Will Hogben
Big Heart Award Austin Palmer
Most Outstanding Wrestler Corey Buckler
Most Improved Wrestler Zack Brown
Raider Man Award Curtis Lusco
Coach Ruschell announced that Jake Bradford has been making several College visits over the last few weeks and
is still undecided where he plans to wrestle this fall. It appears Will Hogben is leaning toward Carnegie Mellon
University in Pennsylvania where he plans to continue his football career. Coach Ruschell thanked the parents for
their continued support of the Raider Wrestling Program. Coach also asked everyone to leave Saturday
September 12th, 2009 open on their calendar for a Special Golf Tournament that is going to be held
in honor of a former Raider Wrestler. Details will be forthcoming on the Golf Tournament.
04/12/09 Coach Tim Ruschell named Kentucky Enquirer Coach of the YearJake Bradford Kentucky Enquirer All-Star and Wrestler of the Year
T.J. Ruschell Kentucky Enquirer All-Star
Michael Osborne Kentucky Enquirer All-Star
Austin Palmer Kentucky Enquirer All-Star
Zack Roland Kentucky Enquirer All-Star
Will Hogben Kentucky Enquirer All-Star
Brandon Adams Kentucky Enquirer All-Star
Zack Bolog Kentucky Enquirer All-Star Honorable Mention
Connor Coyle Kentucky Enquirer All-Star Honorable Mention
Zack Orsello Kentucky Enquirer All-Star Honorable Mention
Ryan Jefferds Kentucky Enquirer All-Star Honorable Mention
Will Hogben & Jake Bradford chosen as SWOCA ALL-STARS. Hogben & Bradford received honors by being chosen & competing in the Southwestern Ohio Coaches Association ALL-STAR Meet representing the best wrestlers in the Greater Cincinnati Area.
Ryle 60 Harrison County 16 2009 State Championships 3rd Place
Ryle 50 Eastern 10 6th Region Championships 1st Place
Ryle 49 Ben Logan (OH) 27 Conner Invitational Duals 1st Place
Ryle 67 Western Hills 6 South Oldham Dragon Invitational 1st Place
Ryle 75 Wyoming (OH) 6 South Dearborn (OH) Knight's Classic 3rd Place
Ryle 75 Finneytown (OH) 6 Bellbrook (OH) Invitational 1st Place
Ryle 65 Colerain (OH) 16 St.X (OH) Invitational Duals 5th Place
Ryle Cooper G.M.V.W.A. 45 Teams 9th Division 1 11th Overall
Ryle 56 Reading (OH) 13 S.W.O.W.C.A. Glenn Sample Classic 3rd Place 3rd
Ryle 81 Conner 0 N.K.A.C. Conference Conference Duals Duals
Ryle 68 New Richmond (OH) 6 Raider Rumble 3rd Place
Ryle 25 Oak Hills 34
Ryle 62 Mt. Healthy 13
Ryle 43 Columbus Reynoldsburg 25
Ryle 63 Simon Kenton 18
Ryle 33 Lakota East 26
Ryle 72 Boone County 6
Ryle 61 Jeffersonville (IN) 18
Ryle 60 Mt. Healthy (OH) 18
Ryle 84 Danville 0
Ryle 69 Whitley County 12
Ryle 58 Wayne County 12
Ryle 72 Anderson County 12
Ryle 35 Campbell County 25
WON 23 LOST 3
Ryle W Reading 2009 JV State Champions
Ryle W Cooper Ross Invitational JV Tournament 3rd Place
Ryle W Newport New Richmond Invitational 1st Place
Ryle W Bishop Brossart JV 6th Region Champions
Ryle W Boone County N.K.A.C. JV Conference Champions
Ryle W Jeffersonville IN
Ryle W Mt. Healthy
Ryle W Colerain
Ryle W Danville
Ryle L Whitley County(V)
Ryle L Wayne County
Ryle W Campbell County
Ryle W Bishop Brossart
WON 11 LOST 2
NCAA ALL-AMERICAN KYLE RUSCHELL
Former Ryle Wrestling Standout/Current Wisconsin Badger Kyle Ruschell has earned All-American
honors by placing 3rd in the 149 lb weight class at the NCAA Wrestling Championships in St. Louis, MO.
Kyle began the tournament ranked 5th in the nation at 149lbs with a record of 26 wins and 7 loses.
Kyle went 6 and 1 in this tournament enroute to his 3rd Place finish. Kyle finishes his Junior Year
at Wisconsin with 32 wins and 8 loses.
1st round won a decision over DJ Meagher of Cornell 9-5
2nd round won a decision over 13th ranked Trevor Chinn of Lehigh 3-0
Championship Quarterfinals lost a decision to 4th ranked Lance Palmer of Ohio State 4-0
Consolations won a decision over 11th ranked Steven Brown of Central Michigan 9-8
Consolations won a decision over 12th ranked Kyle Borshoff of American Univ. 4-0
Consolation Semi-Finals won a decision over 7th ranked Bryce Saddoris of Navy 6-4 in overtime
Beat 4th ranked Lance Palmer of Ohio State 5-4 for 3rd Place
Kyle is the son of Ryle Head Wrestling Coach Tim Ruschell and was a 2 time Kentucky High School
State Champion at Ryle before earning a scholarship to wrestle for the Wisconsin Badgers who competes
in the Big Ten Conference. Congratulations go out to Kyle, his family, his Coaches here at Ryle (Coach Ruschell,
Coach Barker, Coach Mikellson & Coach Barnes) and Kyle's former teammates on becoming Ryle's 1st NCAA Division
I Wrestling All-American.
Ryle senior claims state wrestling title
By James Weber • firstname.lastname@example.org • February 23, 2009
After seeing three of his teammates fall short of a state title, Jacob Bradford tried not to put any extra pressure on himself.
The Ryle High School senior wrestler put a lot of pressure on his opponent instead and came away with a championship.Bradford won the state title at 189 pounds last weekend, beating Sheldon Clark's Brad Stafford 9-2 Feb. 21 in Frankfort.
After being tied 2-2, Bradford controlled the third period. He finished 49-3 for the season.
"It's great," he said. "I put in a lot of hard work, and it finally paid off. I'm so happy right now, top of the world, It's a dream come true."
Ryle head coach Tim Ruschell said Bradford was in better condition than his opponent.
"The hard work pays off and Jake paid all the dues," Ruschell said. "He did the offseason work and dedicated himself to wrestling."
Bradford, a Union resident, said he tried to focus on taking care of business after seeing three other Raiders lose in the state finals.
Ryle's four finalists were a school record.
Junior Michael Osborne (49-6) fell 4-2 to Matt Zarth of Henry Clay at 119, losing on a two-point takedown in the final seconds.
Junior Austin Palmer (47-13) lost at 125 to Aaron Carr of Union County, losing 10-1.
Senior Will Hogben (48-6) fell 8-1 to Trinity's Brad Hitchings at 171.
Ryle had seven placers in all. T.J. Ruschell lost in the semifinals at 103 and finished fourth.
Court Mace finished seventh at 152 after winning four consolation matches. Connor Coyle finished seventh at 160, losing to four-time state champion Harrison Courtney of Woodford County in the quarterfinals.
Ryle finished third in the team standings.
"I thought we had a shot (at the state title)," Tim Ruschell said. "It was a good tournament. I'm proud of the boys and the way they fought. We've never had four guys in the finals. Seven placers is a pretty good showing."
Raiders Place 3rd at State Wrestling Tournament Jake Bradford is a State Champion
The following wrestlers are State Placers :
103 TJ Ruschell 4th Place
119 Michael Osborne State Runner-Up
125 Austin Palmer State Runner-Up
152 Court Mace 7th Place
160 Connor Coyle 7th Place
171 Will Hogben State Runner-Up
189 Jake Bradford STATE CHAMPION
Brandon Adams won the State Tournament Quick Pin Award by
pinning an opponent in 8 seconds !!!!!!!!
With some true teamwork, Ryle advances all 14 of its wrestlers
Sixth Region wrestling tournament
By Richard Skinner • Enquirer contributor • February 15, 2009
If there was any real drama for the Ryle wrestling team to meet the goals its coach had jotted down on a piece of paper prior to the Sixth Region tournament, it came during Saturday morning's weigh-in.
That's when undersized sophomore Curtis Lusco had to make sure he weighed at least 132 pounds to wrestle in the semifinals of the 140-pound weight class and ensure that Ryle would be represented in all 14 weight classes at the state tournament Thursday through Saturday in Frankfort.Turned out, thanks to what Lusco called "a pretty big breakfast" of a protein shake, toast, cereal and "about three pounds of water," he came in at 133.5 pounds.
Never mind that he wasn't able to upset the No. 2-ranked wrestler in the state (according to kentucky wrestling.com) in the 140-pound weight class in Campbell County's Korey Shotwell, who went on to win the regional title.
But Lusco did his part to make sure Ryle will have the all-important maximum number of wrestlers in its quest to win the first state wrestling title in school history after finishing runner-up last season.
Ryle won the Sixth Region team title for the fifth straight year, this time by 57 points over rival Campbell County thanks to eight champions, three second-place finishers, one third-place finisher and two fourth-place finishers, including Lusco.
"It was kind of funny at the weigh-in, all of (the other wrestlers) were trying to get under (weight) and I was trying to get over," said Lusco, who wrestled mostly on junior varsity at 130 pounds throughout the season with an occasional appearance at the 140-pound spot on the varsity. "I didn't use the bathroom for over an hour even when I had to go."
Said Ruschell: "He was a little blue in the face when he came to the scales, but he made weight. The 140-pound class has been one we've been searching to find somebody all year and Curtis really stepped up for us."
Ryle lost 140-pound standout Bryan Peace to graduation after he won back-to-back state titles in 2007 and 2008. Lusco wrestled in the regional tournament after winning an intra-squad wrestle-off for the spot.
"That was big of him to step up and win the wrestle-off and then do what he did in the regional," said senior teammate Ryan Jefferds, who pulled a mild surprise at 215 pounds by upsetting Boone County's Quintin Hauser in the semifinals before falling in the finals to Campbell County's Jacob Ilg, the No. 3-ranked wrestler in the state. "We needed all 14 of us to make it to state, and he came through big time."
There were few surprises in the final individual results with the No. 1 seed winning all but two of the classes. The two mild surprises came in the 152-pound class, where Scott's Zach Sowder, ranked No. 8 in the state, beat No. 3 Justin Black of Campbell County in a technical fall, and in heavyweight, where No. 17 Brandon Adams of Ryle pinned Dixie Heights' Joe Gronefeld, who is ranked No. 13.
"Overall we wrestled well," said Ruschell, who said that before the tournament he wrote on a piece of paper that 11 of his wrestlers would reach the finals, which they did, and all 14 would make it to state. "Jefferds' semifinal win was a bit of a surprise, but I told him before the semifinal match that there was a wrestler inside of him and he finally let it out. It was a good day for us."
While Ruschell admits he's proud of what his team accomplished, the big goal lies ahead next week. The Raiders are ranked No. 2 in the state behind Louisville Trinity.
"It's a big deal to get all 14 of us down to state because it can come down to a one- or two-point difference between first and second so everybody counts," said Lusco.
Ruschell said he thinks his team is peaking at the right time thanks to a tougher than normal schedule.
Ryle wins 5th straight Regional Championship Ryle wins 6th Region with 8 Regional Champions and qualifies a wrestler in all 14 weight classes
for state for the 2nd year in a row.
103 TJ Ruschell, Ryle Dec Garth Yenter, Campbell County, 7-2
112 Ritchie Supe, Scott M-Dec Zack Orsello, Ryle, 12-4
119 Michael Osborne, Ryle M-Dec Kevin Cooper, Simon Kenton, 11-3
125 Austin Palmer, Ryle Dec Caleb Schneider, Campbell County, 5-2
130 Stephen Norbury, Simon Kenton T-Fall John Hale, Campbell County, 16-0
135 Zack Roland, Ryle Dec Korey Belew, Simon Kenton, 7-2
140 Korey Shotwell, Campbell County Fall Matt Brewer, Cooper, 1:58
145 Dusty Brown, Campbell County Dec Zack Bolog, Ryle, 9-5
152 Zach Sowder, Scott T-Fall Justin Black, Campbell County, 22-7
160 Connor Coyle, Ryle Dec Jacob Lee, Campbell County, 5-4
171 Will Hogben, Ryle Fall Justin Bernard, Boone
189 Jake Bradford, Ryle Frft Stewart Stevens, Scott
215 Jacob Ilg, Campbell County Fall Ryan Jefferds, Ryle, 2:37
285 Brandon Adams, Ryle Fall Joe Groenfeld, Dixie, 2:56
103 Isaac Hamlin, Simon Kenton Dec Logan Jones, Cooper, 11-5
112 Jared Yocum, Simon Kenton Fall Jacob Pennick, Cooper, 2:20
119 Sean Hamons, Campbell County T-Fall Chris Sikra, Dixie, 18-1
125 Stephen Supe, Scott DQ Cody Herald, Simon Kenton, :31
130 TJ Bates, Cooper Fall Caleb Lonkard, Ryle, 2:17
135 Jordan Bernard, Boone Dec Lane Jones, Cooper, 7-5
140 Weston Ott, Simon Kenton Dec Curtis Lusco, Ryle, 6-3
145 Andy Gilliland, Cooper Dec Ryan Stevens, Simon Kenton, 4-1
152 Court Mace, Ryle Dec Preston Adams, Conner, 10-6
160 David Bahr, Simon Kenton Fall Nick Schreck, Dixie, 2:06
171 Quantez Jeffrey, Newport Fall Colin Freidly, Campbell County, 2:49
189 Houston Dockery, Conner Dec Mark Jones, Holmes, 5-2
215 Quintin Hauser, Boone Dflt Christian Caddel, Cooper
285 Mason Frank, Campbell County Dec Martin Jones, Boone, 15-8
103 Anthony Castellano, Dixie Fall Thurman Herron, Holmes, 5:00
112 Tyler Geiss, Boone Dec Zach Fryer, Campbell County, 4-2
119 Brandon Robbins, Scott Fall Mark Dischar, Bishop Brossert, :20
125 Cody Johnson, Holmes Fall Drew Braunwart, Bishop Brossert, 1:35
130 Drew Miller, Scott Fall Alex Furman, Dixie
135 Eric Spahr, Campbell County Fall Colton Boesch, Bishop Brossert, :50
140 Matt Severin, Scott Fall Zach Grant, Bishop Brossert, 2:02
145 Alex Dailey, Holmes Fall Michael Whitford, Bishop Brossert, 2:27
152 Michael Beers, Simon Kenton Fall Mitchell See, Bishop Brossert, :39
160 Austin Carmony, Scott Fall Adam Pelley, Conner, :40
171 Paul Whittenberger, Simon Kenton Fall Josh Crawford, Cooper, 1:30
189 Brian Robertson, Boone Fall Alex Van Winkle, Simon Kenton, 1:29
215 Jake Kirby, Dixie Fall Brian Weckbach, Bishop Brossert, 1:33
285 Colin Patrick, Simon Kenton Fall Johnny Gripshover, Conner, 1:32
Ryle High School
Region 6 Tournament
1st: TJ Ruschell, Ryle 9 45- 8
2nd: Garth Yenter, Campbell County 9 42- 12
3rd: Isaac Hamlin, Simon Kenton 8 7- 1
4th: Logan Jones, Cooper 7 28- 11
5th: Anthony Castellano, Dixie 19- 16
6th: Thurman Herron, Holmes 9- 9
1st: Ritchie Supe, Scott 10 33- 9
2nd: Zack Orsello, Ryle 11 23- 5
3rd: Jared Yocum, Simon Kenton 9 30- 21
4th: Jacob Pennick, Cooper 11 23- 16
5th: Tyler Geiss, Boone 10 20- 25
6th: Zach Fryer, Campbell County 9 34- 21
1st: Michael Osborne, Ryle 11 43- 4
2nd: Kevin Cooper, Simon Kenton 8 34- 7
3rd: Sean Hamons, Campbell County 10 32- 6
4th: Chris Sikra, Dixie 11- 13
5th: Brandon Robbins, Scott 9 25- 16
6th: Mark Dischar, Bishop Brossert 9 8- 18
1st: Austin Palmer, Ryle 11 44- 9
2nd: Caleb Schneider, Campbell County 12 52- 7
3rd: Stephen Supe, Scott 11 38- 7
4th: Cody Herald, Simon Kenton 10 30- 10
5th: Cody Johnson, Holmes 9- 12
6th: Drew Braunwart, Bishop Brossert 12 10- 26
1st: Stephen Norbury, Simon Kenton 12 57- 2
2nd: John Hale, Campbell County 11 29- 11
3rd: TJ Bates, Cooper 11 28- 8
4th: Caleb Lonkard, Ryle 10 35- 18
5th: Drew Miller, Scott 10 13- 25
6th: Alex Furman, Dixie 11- 19
1st: Zack Roland, Ryle 11 39- 7
2nd: Korey Belew, Simon Kenton 11 30- 18
3rd: Jordan Bernard, Boone 12 28- 10
4th: Lane Jones, Cooper 8 21- 15
5th: Eric Spahr, Campbell County 10 30- 22
6th: Colton Boesch, Bishop Brossert 10 13- 24
1st: Korey Shotwell, Campbell County 11 53- 3
2nd: Matt Brewer, Cooper 11 29- 15
3rd: Weston Ott, Simon Kenton 11 32- 22
4th: Curtis Lusco, Ryle 10 19- 6
5th: Matt Severin, Scott 8 6- 5
6th: Zach Grant, Bishop Brossert 10 7- 26
1st: Dusty Brown, Campbell County 12 16- 1
2nd: Zack Bolog, Ryle 10 33- 14
3rd: Andy Gilliland, Cooper 10 24- 18
4th: Ryan Stevens, Simon Kenton 9 24- 25
5th: Alex Dailey, Holmes 15- 18
6th: Michael Whitford, Bishop Brossert 11 7- 19
1st: Zach Sowder, Scott 11 37- 7
2nd: Justin Black, Campbell County 12 39- 12
3rd: Court Mace, Ryle 10 39- 11
4th: Preston Adams, Conner 12 35- 7
5th: Michael Beers, Simon Kenton 11 25- 25
6th: Mitchell See, Bishop Brossert 9 4- 24
1st: Connor Coyle, Ryle 10 43- 8
2nd: Jacob Lee, Campbell County 11 31- 9
3rd: David Bahr, Simon Kenton 10 31- 22
4th: Nick Schreck, Dixie 15- 18
5th: Austin Carmony, Scott 9 16- 15
6th: Adam Pelley, Conner 10 4- 12
1st: Will Hogben, Ryle 12 44- 6
2nd: Justin Bernard, Boone 12 37- 12
3rd: Quantez Jeffrey, Newport 11 18- 10
4th: Colin Freidly, Campbell County 11 17- 30
5th: Paul Whittenberger, Simon Kenton 12 18- 27
6th: Josh Crawford, Cooper 11 4- 16
1st: Jake Bradford, Ryle 12 46- 3
2nd: Stewart Stevens, Scott 12 40- 8
3rd: Houston Dockery, Conner 11 25- 15
4th: Mark Jones, Holmes 25- 5
5th: Brian Robertson, Boone 12 31- 11
6th: Alex Van Winkle, Simon Kenton 11 18- 10
1st: Jacob Ilg, Campbell County 12 54- 5
2nd: Ryan Jefferds, Ryle 12 32- 20
3rd: Quintin Hauser, Boone 12 25- 12
4th: Christian Caddel, Cooper 9 23- 25
5th: Jake Kirby, Dixie 9- 22
6th: Brian Weckbach, Bishop Brossert 9 3- 23
1st: Brandon Adams, Ryle 12 34- 16
2nd: Joe Groenfeld, Dixie 35- 4
3rd: Mason Frank, Campbell County 9 29- 19
4th: Martin Jones, Boone 10 18- 14
5th: Colin Patrick, Simon Kenton 9 20- 20
6th: Johnny Gripshover, Conner 9 5- 16
Region first for Raiders
Coach has state hopeful taking it one step at a time
By Marc Hardin • Enquirer contributor • February 13, 2009
Region first for Raiders
The Enquirer - 2/13/2009
To his varsity wrestlers, Ryle coach Tim Ruschell is the glue that holds the program together and is the reason the Raiders may be standing on the verge of their first state wrestling championship
Tim Ruschell was doing a couple things at once in his Grey Middle School
classroom before heading over to Ryle High School for wrestling practice
Among them, the Ryle coach was trying to find a roster of his 14 varsity wrestlers, each a candidate to advance as a state qualifier out of Saturday's second day of the regional meet at Ryle. The Sixth Region championships begin today at 6:30 p.m. and continue Saturday at 10 a.m."I'm doing too many things at once and talking about too many different things," Ruschell said. "I'm not too good at multi-tasking."
His wrestlers would disagree.
To them, Ruschell is the glue that holds the program together and is the reason the Raiders may be standing on the verge of their first state wrestling championship.
"He worked out with us (Thursday) morning at 6:30 and had bus duty (at Grey Middle School), and he teaches all day, and he still made time to start his day with us and now he's coming back," said junior Michael Osborne, who is ranked second in the state at 119 pounds. "He's got more passion for the sport than anybody I've ever met. He's always looking for ways to make us better, and he looks out for us and teaches us life lessons we can't get any where else."
Ruschell has guided the Raiders to six straight top-10 state finishes, and Ryle wrestlers have captured individual state championships each of the past two years. But the task at hand for Ruschell is keeping his grapplers focused on the region.
"We sent 14 to state last year. That's our goal this year," Ruschell said. "Our lineup is very solid, top to bottom. But anything can happen at a regional meet."
Ryle has won four straight regional championships. The Raiders finished second at last year's state meet, behind Louisville Trinity.
With 10 state qualifiers returning, the Raiders beat the Shamrocks in January in the finals of the talent-drenched South Oldham Dragon Invitational.
Expectations this season are justifiably high for the Raiders, but Osborne knows regional rival Campbell County, No. 4 in the state, has the same goal on Saturday - advance as many wrestlers as possible to the state meet, to be held Feb. 19-21 in Frankfort.
"Our goal is to win state, but we can't overlook the region," said Osborne, a fourth-place state finisher last year at 112 pounds. " Campbell County's chances of winning the region and state are just as good."
Other top-five wrestlers for Ryle, ranked second in the state behind Trinity, are Will Hogben, No. 2 at 171 pounds; T.J. Ruschell, No. 3 at 103 pounds; Connor Coyle, No. 4 at 160; and Court Mace, No. 5 at 152.
"Those guys at the lighter weights give us a chance to do something we've never done before," Ruschell said. "Our whole team is ready."
(The Enquirer/Gary Landers
02/08/09RYLE WINS JV STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
The Raiders sent 9 Junior Varsity Wrestlers who qualified for the State Championships
held at Louisville Saint Xavier High School. The Raiders came home with a Team State
Championship Trophy, 5 State Champions, 3 Runner-Ups and a 4th Place
finisher. Congratulations to Coach Barker and the Raider Wrestlers.
103 Cody Haynes State Champion
125 Zack Brown State Champion
130 Curtis Lusco State Champion
140 Hugo Galon State Runner-Up
145 Clancy Laile 4th Place
152 Josh Parker State Champion
160 Corey Buckler State Champion
189 Taylor Pruett State Runner-Up
215 Jake Williamson State Runner-Up
Ryle Wins South Oldham Dragon Invitational Moms (& Grandmas) Knew they Could!
3rd Ranked Ryle defeats #1 ranked Louisville Trinity to capture the Dragon Invitational.
Ryle lead the tournament with 232 points followed by 2nd place Trinity with 229 points
and 3rd place Woodford County with 191 points. Ryle had 12 of 14 wrestlers place in this
125 Austin Palmer
152 Court Mace
189 Jake Bradford
103 TJ Ruschell
119 Michael Osborne
160 Connor Coyle
171 Will Hogben
145 Zack Bolog
130 Caleb Lonkard
112 Zach Orsello
HWT Brandon Adams
215 Ryan Jefferds