Record-Courier staff report
The Crestwood Middle School wrestling team recently won the West Geauga Invitational tournament with a new event record of 338.5 points. The total was 118.5 points better than runner-up Perry.
Ever Red Devils wrestler made it to the championship round, which set another invitational record, while the team's eight individual champions set a new benchmark. In keeping with the theme, Crestwood posted 49 team pins, breaking another record.
Crestwood's Kenzie Tayerle, despite getting the flue the night before the tournament, was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Wrestler, becoming the first female wrestler to ever earn the honor at the oldest middle school tournament in the state of Ohio.
Here is the listing of how all of Crestwood's wrestlers placed:
80 pounds: Mackenzie Tayerle, first place
86 pounds: Dominic Szuhay, first place
96 pounds: Zach Guyette, fifth place
98 pounds: Mitchell McBreal, third place
104 pounds: Alex Kachenko, first place
110 pounds: Zach Brunty, second place
116 pounds: Max Weatherbee, first place
122 pounds: Dann Painley, fifth place
128 pounds: Nick Vespucci, first place
134 pounds: Justin Stanley, first place
142 pounds: Lucas Gerardi, first place
160 pounds: Aaron Zelinski, first place
Heavyweight: Eric Lawless, third place; Dakota Frenz, sixth place