State Representative Ron Young (R-Leroy Twp.) today welcomed local athletes from the 61st Ohio House District to a session of the Ohio House of Representatives, where they were presented with resolutions and honored before the chamber.

Rep. Young presented House resolutions to two local wrestlers for their state championship victories. Anthony Tutolo of Lake Catholic High School took the 126-pound Division II title, while Perry High School heavyweight Billy Miller became his school’s first-ever wrestling champion.

Commenting on Tutolo’s championship win, Rep. Young said, “Winning a state championship in wrestling requires great determination, discipline and character. The fact that Anthony was able to bounce back from a loss in the state finals last year to win this year demonstrates his indomitable spirit. His achievement and success has instilled pride in the whole Lake Catholic and Lake County community. We will continue to expect great things from Anthony in the years to come.”

Rep. Young also complimented Miller’s victory, calling his victory “truly impressive.”

“Not only did Billy win the first ever wrestling state championship for the Perry Pirates, he also led the team to their highest ever showing in the state tournament, a 2nd place finish in the team competition,” he said. “I believe the attributes that allowed Billy to rise to the highest level of high school wrestling in the state of Ohio will serve him well throughout his life in whatever career he chooses. Lake County is proud to recognize this great achievement.”

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