Mason Comets Invitational Champs

Following a big dual win against Olentangy Liberty, Coffman responds by winning the nine team Mason Invitational in dominating fashion. The Rocks were able to defeat Indiana powerhouse Indianapolis Cathedral for the title.

Team Results :

  1. Dublin Coffman 336.0
  2. Indianapolis Cathedral (IN) 280.5
  3. Vandalia Butler 181.0
  4. Cincinatti Colerain 167.0
  5. Miami East 166.5
  6. Mason 161.5
  7. Olentangy 114.0
  8. Eaton 105.5
  9. Simon Kenton (KY) 88.0

Individual Results :

106-Lawrensen 3rd 113-Woodruff 3rd 120-Raghuram 3rd 126-Baumann 3rd 132-Makour 1st 138-Ayoub 1st 144-Woodcock 1st 150-Wordlaw 4th 157-Birden 1st (Most Outstanding Wrestler) 165-Moloney 1st Duvall 4th 175-Beane 3rd 190-Mitchell 1st 215-Kerns 3rd 285-Manu 4th

Coffman Takes Down Olentangy Liberty

The Rocks traveled to Olentangy Liberty January 12th and won the battle of the two top ranked teams in central Ohio. Trailing 28-25 in the final match of the night, #7 nationally ranked Ethan Birden pinned his opponent and sealed the 31-28 win. With four duals remaining, the win puts Coffman on the inside track to win the Central Division of the OCC conference for the seventh straight season. Earning victories in the dual included Baumann, Makour, Ayoub, Woodcock, Moloney, Beane, and Birden. Great team effort by the entire Rocks team!

Rocks Bring Home Two Champs From The Brecksville Holiday Tournament

With two champs and four total placers at the Brecksville Holiday Tournament, the team finished 8th out of 45 teams. Omar Ayoub and Ethan Birden won titles at 138 and 157 respectively. 285 Kris Manu has a breakout performance while finishing 6th at the prestigious event.

1st Place – Omar Ayoub

1st Place – Ethan Birden

6th Place – Kris Manu

7th Place – Grayson Woodcock

Coffman Wins Another Tournament Title

After a last minute cancelation of the Canfield Duals, the squad was able to get into the Larry Remmert Memorial Tournament at Sheridan High School. The team finished first by a wide margin and got a nice tune up heading into the Brecksville Holiday Tournament.

Finishing Undefeated On The Day :

Lawrensen, Woodruff, Raghuram, Baumann, Makour, Ayoub, Woodcock, Birden, Beane, Mitchell, and Manu

2nd place finishers :

Sahraoui and Kerns

3rd place finishers :

Muse, I. Cruz, Wordlaw, and Moloney