OHS junior Mel Ackley won his first tournament championship with a 5-0 decision over Vestal’s Hunter Beck in the 132-pound final.
“We have eight guys on the varsity team and seven placed,” said OHS coach John Nealis, who got a 3-0 run from Ackley en route to a fifth-place finish in the team standings. “Mel’s worked really hard, so this was a nice chance for him and he knocked off another sectional placewinner.
Delhi’s Mike Bryden went 3-0 at 113 pounds, winning the title with a 10-8 decision over Vestal’s Garret Bleir.
Oneonta hosts Chenango Forks on Wednesday. Sidney is off until Dec. 11, when it hosts Walton.
Logan Robinson went 5-0 to lead Walton at the Morrisville-Eaton Duals.
Robinson’s run at 113 pounds included a forfeit victory against Vernon-Verona-Sherrill, pins against East Syracuse-Minoa and Cazenovia, and decisions against Jamesville-Dewitt/Syracuse CBA and host M-E.
Mike Beers went 4-for-5 at 182 pounds, with pins in all four of his victories. Dylan Wood contributed two wins at 120 and two more at 113.
Erin Hascup earned all-tournament honors for Cooperstown, which went 6-4 on Saturday to place fourth in the six-team Dolgeville Invitational.
Westmoreland won the title on a tiebreaker of least defensive points after tying Dolgeville and Mount Markham with 7-3 records in pool play.