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Victor Voinovich Wins as Future Pokes Finish 1-2 at Flo’s Who’s No. 1

Voinovich picks up a win and the #1 spot at 152.

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On Saturday night, FloWrestling hosted its annual “Who’s #1?” event to determine the No. 1 ranked high school wrestlers across the country. Three committed OSU wrestlers competed here.

The first future Cowboy to roll out on Saturday was Victor Voinovich. He took on Nebraska commit Jagger Condomitti. In the first period Voinovich got in on deep on a shot early and worked for a finish for the rest of the period. Voinovich was unable to finish and the match went into the second tied up 0-0. Condomitti chose bottom in the second and Voinovich, who is known for his top game, put on a ride for a bit before being reversed and ridden out to go into the third period down 2-0.

Voinovich came roaring back in the final two minute period. He chose neutral and quickly picked up a takedown to knot things up at 2. He rode for a few seconds then chose to cut Condomitti. With about thirty seconds Voinovich picked up a takedown and rode out the match to win 4-3 and secure the #1 spot at 152.

The next match featuring an OSU commit didn’t quite go as well. Kyle Haas took on Nick Feldman at 220 and this match was all Feldman. Feldman picked up an early takedown in the first followed by a quick escape from Haas. It stayed fairly even on their feet up until about midway through the second when Feldman began picking apart Haas. He landed five more takedowns from that point and Haas eventually fell 13-5.

The final matchup for OSU’s 2020 recruiting class came at 160 with Travis Mastrogiovanni wrestling Paddy Gallagher. Gallagher picked up the first takedown and during an attempted mat return, Mastrogiovanni went into a roll and injured his shoulder. He attempted to continue on, but eventually was forced to injury default out of the match.

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