OPRF wrestling

The Huskies toppled Glenbard West 48-15 in a dual meet on Friday. Devonte Mahomes (145 pounds) and Michael Woulfe (152) forced falls to earn victories and Nate Crane and Brian Toledo earned wins by decisions.

Defending state champ Sam Brooks pinned his opponent in the second round at 189 pounds, as did Eddie Guen-Murray at 215. Marq Brumant used a takedown for a 4-1 victory in his bout at 285 pounds.

Fenwick swimming

The Friars lost a close meet to conference rival Loyola 96-89, but had some favorable swims.

Justin White finished second in the 200-yard freestyle with a season best time of 1:48.40.

Ryan Greenway won the 50-yard freestyle in 22.32 seconds. Greenway also had three great splits in the relays and head coach Luke McGuire called it his best performance so far this season.

The 200-yard freestyle relay of White, Greenway Viking Huening and Connor Brown took first in 1:29.85. The 400-yard freestyle relay team won with a season best time of 3:19.26. White, Eric Bell, Greenway and Brown swam in that event.

Jimmy Mullen won the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:05.47.

“It was a close meet, and we look forward to racing them again at the Metro Catholic Aquatics Conference Meet,” said McGuire of the Ramblers.

OPRF swimming

The Huskies lost a nail-biter to Lyons on Friday 99-87.

Kyle Patnode won both the 100-yard backstroke (55.83 seconds) and the 200-yard individual medley (2:04.68). Nikita Bondarenko took first in the 200-yard freestyle (1:50.47) and the 100-yard butterfly (56.53).

Ben Lewis won the diving event with a final score of 242.

The Huskies are scheduled to compete in their first home meet of the season when they host Downers Grove North on Friday (5 p.m.).

Fenwick wrestling

The Friars finished fifth with 69 points at the Chicago Catholic League Wrestling Championships on Saturday.

Matt Garelli took first 103 points for the Friars, while Graham Joss finished second at 152 pounds. Joss lost to Mount Carmel’s Ricky Robertson 8-7 in the title bout.

Mt. Carmel took first at the tournament, while Providence finished second.

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