Program Highlights from 2023-2024 Season

High School Highlights


10-1 in season Dual Meets


Team Dual Champs at Gibsonburg Dual Meet


Connor Norton earned the Gibsonburg Dual Most Outstanding Wrestler Award



3rd place at NBC; Placing for Eastwood:

106-Gabe Brough 2nd

113-Logan McBride 3rd

138-Gavin Shropshire 2nd

150-Caiden Maize 2nd

157-Connor Norton 4th

175-Logan Perry 3rd

285-Colton Oberhouse 2nd



5th place at Sectionals; Placing for Eastwood:

106-Gabe Brough 4th

113-Logan McBride 4th

138-Gavin Shropshire 4th

150-Caiden Maize 1st

157-Austin Maize 3rd

165-Connor Norton 5th

175-Logan Perry 6th

285-Colton Oberhouse 3rd



6 District qualifiers for Eastwood:

106-Gabe Brough

113-Logan McBride

138-Gavin Shropshire

150-Caiden Maize

157-Austin Maize

285-Colton Oberhouse


Eastwood as a team placed 26th at Districts


113-Logan McBride earned 6th place at Districts

Middle School Highlights


8-6 in season Dual Meets

4th place at Tom Conkle Dual

3rd place at Bellvue Tournament


2nd place at NBC; Placing for Eastwood:

Trenton McBride 1st

Jackson Vetter 1st

Dylan Perkins 2nd

Andy Lautzenheiser 2nd

Cayden Monaco 2nd

David Claydon 2nd

Cole Schimmoeller 3rd

Alex Clarke 3rd

Kai Brough 3rd



4 competed at OAC JH Districts


Dylan Perkins placed 6th and competed at OAC JH State

Youth (Biddy) Highlights


1st place at NBC



OAC Best 2024 Team Standing in Community Division III

Vinny Lashaway earned OAC 2024 Ironman Award



13 competed at OAC Grade School State

5 OAC State placers:

Greyson Grunden 3rd

Jaxton Wirick 3rd

Vinny Lashaway 2nd 

Braxton Crowl 4th

Paisley Sosbe 3rd


The team finished in the Top 20 at OAC State for points


Eastwood earned OAC Division III State Runner-Up

 2023-2024 EWC Highlight Video

A look back on the season with photos and video clips from all program levels.

 2022-2023 EWC Highlight Video

A look back on the season with photos and video clips from all program levels.

EWC Core  Program Values:

*Stay "POSITIVE" and trust the process for this program to develop!

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History of the Eagle Wrestling Club

The Eagle Wrestling Club began in 2002 as the culmination of the Youth (Biddy) Wrestling Program that began in 1988 when head wrestling Coach Ralph Cubberly started the program. 

In 2002 a handful of parents and alumni got together and founded the Eagle Wrestling Club.  The first officers of the Eagle Wrestling Club were as follows: President: Gary Nachtrab, Vice President: Matt Huffman, Secretary: Randi Aring, and Treasurer: Steve Lashaway. The main purpose of the Club was to support the growing wrestling program at Eastwood Schools.

As the program grew we started hosting wrestling tournaments at the high school and in 2004 the club hosted the first annual Grade School State Wrestling Championships at Anderson Arena on the Bowling Green State University Campus. With the proceeds of these wrestling events and with other fundraisers the club was able to support the wrestling program.  

In 2006 the Club began to have discussions on building an adequate wrestling facility at Eastwood to promote wrestling at all levels. The Club began discussions with the School Board on location and funding. In early 2009 the Community Athletic Project (CAP) approached the Eagle Wrestling Club about a compromise.  CAP proposed giving $35,000.00 to the club to put towards its wrestling building.  In return, the weight room could expand into the space the wrestling program was using in the high school gym. Ground was broken in 2009 and the building opened for the wrestling season that fall.  With much appreciation and the support of the school, CAP, wrestling parents, and volunteers, many generous donations were provided to assist in the completion of the project. The club would like to thank The Iron Workers Apprenticeship Program, National Tractor Pullers, Poggemeyer Design Group, Rahe Construction, DeWese Plumbing, M&R Concrete, Rudolph Libbe, GEM Industrial and Henry Gurtzwieler, Inc.  

In the fall of 2009, the facility was ready for the Eastwood Community to use and enjoy, and to this day continues to be appreciated.  

Check out more information regarding the history of EWC on the Then and Now page!