106 Sam Suber (Tallmadge)
113 Fred Berry (Tallmadge)
120 Ed Suber (Tallmadge)
126 Alex Reyes (Amherst)
132 Isaaiah Smith (Field)
138 Trai Nelson (Cleveland Central Catholic)
145 Peppi Miller (Glenville)
152 Jake Potok (Tallmadge)
160 Davon Young (John Adams)
170 Daryl Bacon (Cleveland Central Catholic)
182 Vittorio Santillo (St. Edward)
195 Ahmad Manigault (Cleveland Heights)
220 Robert Walker (Cleveland Central Catholic)
285 Josh Stasek (Independence)

Coaching Staff
Mark Hawald (John Carroll)
Demetrius Williams (Cleveland Central Catholic)

Won over Indianapolis
Lost to Milwaukee
Lost to Chicago

The Beat the Streets Cleveland trip to Chicago was a great experience.   Several wrestlers from around Northeast Ohio competed for Team Cleveland.  Chicago won the event for the second year in a row.  Cleveland finished in a three way tie for second place with Milwaukee and Indianapolis, as all three teams finished the day with a 1-2 record.

For several wrestlers on the team, this was their first Freestyle or Greco-Roman competition (matches alternated between the two styles).

At the conclusion of the competition, the team went sightseeing in Chicago and visited Millennium Park and he world famous “bean”.

The highlight of the sightseeing was the Ledge, a glass box 103 floors from the ground at the top of the Willis Tower.

Team Cleveland – in a glass box, 1,353 feet above the ground!


This trip was funded by grants and private donations so there was no cost to the team.  We hope to continue this trend and provide more opportunities for little to no cost for the participants. To learn more about the mission of Beat the Streets Cleveland, please click here.

Special thanks to the Ohio Athletic Committee, and the Power Club for their generous grants!

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