GREENFIELD – The Jackson Ironmen wrestling team competed in the Frontier Athletic Conference tournament on Thursday, Feb. 11 at McClain High School.

Wrestling in a tournament format, the Ironmen competed against stiff competition with their success being headlined by a first-place finish from Cody Brown.

For his success, Brown earned All-FAC honors. To be eligible for the All-FAC team, student-athletes must win their respective weight class. The junior won his 100th career match back on January 16.

In the 138-pound weight class, Brown went up against Aaron Little of Miami Trace in his first match. Brown advanced with a 14-8 decision. He excelled on the mat in the semifinal match, pinning Hillsboro’s Lane Wilson at the 50-second mark.

In Brown’s final match of the day, he faced off with Wesley Scott of Chillicothe and picked up a 9-0 major decision victory and a first-place finish.

Blake Sheeter competed in the 132-pound weight division. Sheeter faced Riston LeBeau of Miami Trace in the championship match and lost by a 4-2 decision in overtime to claim runner-up in his weight class.

In the 195-pound weight class, David Strong faced Charles Souther of Washington Court House in his third match of the day. Strong controlled the match and defeated Souther by pin and earned third-place for the Ironmen.

Carter Deck had a fourth-place finish in the 106-pound class, along with Ava Sheeter in the 113-pound class. Brandon Webb (152) and Aiden Scherer (170) also finished fourth in their respective weight classes.

As a team, the Ironmen finished fifth out of six teams in the FAC tournament. Miami Trace won the tournament with 237.5 points. Washington Court House was right behind the Panthers at 142. Hillsboro (113), Chillicothe (84), Jackson (79), and McClain (58) rounded out the field.