Vincent - Peyten Kellar led the pin parade at the Washington Court House Invitational last weekend.
Warren High’s sophomore standout recorded five of a whopping total of 31 Warrior falls en route to a royal blue and white team win. There were nine other schools at the wrestling event.
“Wrestling is action/reaction, and Peyten is always at least two moves ahead of what he is doing,” said WHS head coach Jim Rhodes. “He takes what is given him and uses it to his advantage.”
At WCH, Kellar’s older brother Liam also had five mat-slappers.
The Kellar brothers and Brady Oberdier all were back with the team after competing the Saturday before at Walsh Ironman in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (near Cleveland). That same day (Dec. 8), the rest of the royal blue and white grapplers hosted and finished fourth in the school’s annual Hickory Grove Market Invitational.