Fields, a sophomore, won a 138-pound title at the Bill Dies Memorial Wrestling Tournament at Firestone with a 17-7 major decision in the final round. He also won matches by pin, by two technical falls and by decision en route to the title.
Fishback, a freshman, won a title at the Top Gun Wrestling Tournament at Alliance with a 15-0 technical fall in the final at 152 pounds. He also earned two pins, a decision and a major decision en route to the title.
Martin, a senior, scored 22 points for the Bulldogs (10-2) on Jan. 15 in a 70-38 win over North Canton Hoover and then scored 28 points in the Bulldogs' 65-52 win over Lake on Friday to become Green’s all-time leading scorer in boys basketball with 1,260 career points. He also tied a school record against Lake with seven steals, and had two assists in both wins.
Stuart, a sophomore, scored a career-high 21 points in a little more than a six-minute span in the first half last Wednesday to lead Medina (16-0) to a 60-47 victory over Mentor. She made five 3-pointers, two layups and two free throws during the scoring spurt, and also finished with four rebounds. She is shooting 41.1 percent from 3-point range (30-for-73).
Wokojance, a senior, won a 182-pound title at the Bill Dies Memorial Wrestling Tournament at Firestone with a 17-2 technical fall in the final round. He also won three times by pin and once by technical fall en route to the final.
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