Myers added two more escapes in the second period, while Olausen added a third takedown. Olausen then reversed Myers in period three and maintained control throughout the period, only letting up in the final seconds.
"As you saw, I lost a little more differently then last time when I lost on points," Myers said. "It was a match that I had hoped I'd be up for, I guess I was not."
Myers was also impressive in his 195 semifinal with Deon Hector of W.E.B. Du Bois.
Myers was in control from the start with a number of takedowns throughout the match. Myers limited Hector to four escape points in a 12-4 major decision win.
Perryville's Brown suffers first loss
Perryville's Chris Brown was also a finalist at 120 in the 1A-2A tourney. Brown, who entered the match unbeaten at 42-0, was beaten by Oakdale's Anthoney Savage, 7-5.
Brown made his way into the 120 final with hard fought 1-0 decision over Randy Watson of Sparrows Point.
The lone point of the match came in period number two. Brown had choice and chose down, but Watson chose to let Brown up uncontested, giving up the automatic point.
Brown then held Watson off in the neutral position for the final four minutes of the match.
Noss is fourth
Patterson Mill senior Jason Noss placed fourth at 145 in 1A-2A action.
Noss (42-7) opened with a win, lost in the quarterfinal and then won three straight matches to gain the consolation finals. In the final, Noss fell 4-2 in overtime to Chase McKenzie of Southern-Anne Arundel.
Velez fourth too
Aberdeen junior Daniel Velez also placed fourth at 132 in 3A-4A.
Velez (31-10) dropped his first match, but rebounded to win four straight matches. In the consolation final, Velez lost, 7-1, to Tyler Morgan of North Point.
Smith gets fifth
North Harford senior Logan Smith earned fifth place in 3A-4A, 160 action. Smith (33-9) dropped his opening bout, but then won three straight in the consolation bracket to get into the placement round.
Smith lost his consolation semifinal, but then won 8-3 over Malik Kelly of Paint Branch for fifth.
Cook is also fifth
Harford Tech senior Nathan Cook was also a fifth place finisher at 182 in 1A-2A. Cook (23-7) won his opening match, but lost in the quarterfinals.