NORFOLK – The Bishop Neumann wrestling team capped the regular season with a 12-team tournament in Norfolk on Feb. 8.

The Cavaliers finished third at the meet after accumulating 134 team points.

The Cavaliers were powered by a pair of first-place performances.

Cavalier freshman Aaron Ohnoutka turned in a gold medal performance while winning four matches in

the 106-pound weight class. Ohnoutka improved to 39-3 on the season with a sudden victory over Owen Bargen of Columbus Lakeview in the 106-pound gold medal match up.

Neumann sophomore Sam Vrana picked up three more wins in Norfolk while improving to 32-13 on the season. He scored a narrow 10-7 decision over Francisco Mendez of Norfolk Catholic while claiming top honors in the 160-pound weight division.

170-pound senior Colby

Osmera had a great day in Norfolk while finishing runner-up. Osmera improved to 11-14 on the year with his 3-1 finish.

Freshman Cade Lierman added a third-place finish at the meet and scored seven team points. He finished with a record of 1-2 while moving to 25-18 on the year.

Freshman Adam Ohnoutka piled up 11 points at the meet while adding a third-place finish. He improved to 24-23 on the year with a second period pin over NC’s Hugo Sanchez in the 126-pound

match for third place.

Freshman Max Lautenschlager also finished third in Norfolk while finishing with a record of 2-1. Lautenschlager improved to 21-16 on the year after scoring a first period pin over Eli Barner of Wayne.

182-pound senior Bobby Hageman improved to 16-17 on the year after posting a 3-1 record in Norfolk while scoring 14 points and finishing third.

Josh Urlacher (120), Conner Specht (145) and Thomas Vrana (152) also earned wins at the Saturday Invitational.

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