TROY – The Greenville Wrestlers traveled to Troy for a Wednesday night Varsity Wrestling Double Dual meet.
The Green Wave faced the Piqua Indians in their first meet of the night falling by a 34-18 score.
“There are some things we have to work on… some things I need to fix before tournaments start,” said Greenville Coach David Guillozet. “Some of the kids wrestled really well. I’m looking forward to seeing how they do in sectionals.”
The West Carrollton Pirates were next up for the Greenville wrestlers with the Wave winning by a 37-12 score.
Jeremy Eshbaugh wrestled really well today,” said Gillozet. “He had a couple of decent kids he wrestled and he went out there and pinned both of them. He did a good job.”
Missing on the mat but traveling with the team was Wave 182 pound senior William Nibert Jr.
“We’re saving him,” Guillozet said of Nibert. “He has been dealing with some toe issues so just figured we would let him go this week, hit it hard again next week and get ready for sectionals. Get him to districts and hopefully to state.”
Nibert leads the GWOC North 182 with an impressive 80.7 winning percentage with a record of 21-5 including 13 pins while Troy’s Davin Snyder leads the 182 in wins with a 23-8 record with a 74.1 winning percentage including 8 pins.