• Geoff Cowles/News Highland’s Mike Stewart, right, tumbles with Circleville Logan Elm’s Dominic Vagnier during their Division II 120-pound bout at the 2014 OHSAA High School Wrestling Championships in Columbus on Thursday.

    Geoff Cowles/News Highland’s Mike Stewart, right, tumbles with Circleville Logan Elm’s Dominic Vagnier during their Division II 120-pound bout at the 2014 OHSAA High School Wrestling Championships in Columbus on Thursday. Buy Now

  • Geoff Cowles/News Fredericktown’s Carson Mills, right, competes with Navarre Fairless’ Charles Davis in their 120-pound consolation round bout during the 2014 OHSAA  High School Wrestling Championships in Columbus. Mills beat Davis, 6-2.

    Geoff Cowles/News Fredericktown’s Carson Mills, right, competes with Navarre Fairless’ Charles Davis in their 120-pound consolation round bout during the 2014 OHSAA High School Wrestling Championships in Columbus. Mills beat Davis, 6-2.
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COLUMBUS — For many area wrestlers, the dream of standing on the state podium at the 2014 OHSAA High School Wrestling Championships at the Schottenstein Center ended in the blink of an eye.

Only four of the ten area wrestlers who qualified for state berths will see competition on Day 2 today.

Mount Vernon’s Matthew Lybarger and Matteo Lybarger each won his first match in Division I competition.

Likewise, Centerburg’s Chet Backiewicz won his first match in D-III and is still eligible for the state title.

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