The win marks the first team state championship in district history.
Harrison is the 2022 Ohio OHSWCA Team State Champion. Photo by SLSD Superintendent John Hamstra.
(Harrison, Oh.) - For the first time in school history, a Harrison High School team has won a State Championship.
Harrison's girls wrestling team captured the OHSWCA State Championship on Saturday at Hilliard Davidson High School. The Wildcats scored 111 points to outlast runner-up Marysville (96 points).
Chloe Dearwester won an individual state championship for the second year in a row at 105 lbs. Dearwester won three of four matches by pinfall, including the championship match against Bellefontaine's Chelsea Horsley (Fall 1:30).
Raegan Briggs was crowned state champion at 115 lbs. She dominated the tournament, winning all four of her matches by fall while not surrendering a single point. Briggs defeated Gabrielle Gartin (Chippewa) in less than a minute in the championship match (0:58).
Three others placed for Harrison. Lilly Kinsel was the state runner-up at 130 lbs., Molly Hudler finished 5th at 170, and Jessica Edwards was 7th in the 235 lbs. tournament.
2022 Ohio HS Girls TEAM STATE CHAMPIONS! The first TEAM State title in district history! @girls_harrison @wildcatsofhhs @HarrisonWildcat pic.twitter.com/dOTw8bhQep— John C. Hamstra (@SLSDSuper) February 20, 2022
Chloe Dearwester…. 2x STATE CHAMP! Winner by Fall in 1:29 pic.twitter.com/Legpl6h7CR— HarrisonGirlsWrestling (@girls_harrison) February 20, 2022
Raegan Briggs..STATE CHAMPION! Winner by FALL in :58. WOW!! pic.twitter.com/CE84TXl5iE— HarrisonGirlsWrestling (@girls_harrison) February 20, 2022