The Roundup -

Sidney Wrestling Club Competes in Choteau & Butte

 

Jaret Aisenbrey pins his Browning opponent at the Choteau Duals. The Sidney Eagle Force team placed 3rd at the tournament. (Photos by Kari Jones)

The Sidney Wrestling Club had a big weekend. Sidney Middle School Coach and Montana Wrestling Committee Chairman, Shane Gorder, coordinated and took two teams, Sidney Eagle Force, and Team Delta Force (an Eastern Montana Team with Sidney, Poplar, Circle, Glendive, Terry and Miles City wrestlers) to Great Falls Friday night for a dual versus the Great Falls Middle School. Sidney's Eagle Force Team was victorious with a 60-48 win. Team Delta Force matched up in a mix and match in Great Falls and the team was successful overall. 

Jordan Darby looks for the fall against the Delta Force wrestling team at the Choteau Duals.

The teams then traveled on to Choteau, Montana for Saturday's dual team action. Scores for Sidney's Eagle Force: Sidney over Castle Rock 56-39; Sidney over Browning 89-18; Sidney over Shelby 99-18; in the semi-final dual Sidney fell to Sudden Victory 39-63 which put the in for 3rd and 4th versus Team Delta Force. Sidney's Eagle Force won the dual against Delta Force 66-34 to finish 3rd at the Choteau Duals. Delta Force team scores: Delta over Havre 52-47; Delta over Valier 70-34; Delta over Choteau 83-21; in the semi-final Delta fell to Helena which put them up against Team Sidney. Delta Force finished 4th. Other coaches for the teams were Sidney's Ty Graves, Troy Jensen, Ryan Waters, Circle's Ty Taylor, and Miles City's Mike Etchemendy,

The teams got back on the bus and headed for Butte, Montana and the Butte Cyclops tournament for wrestling action on Sunday. Individual results are as follows: Sidney Wrestlers 1st, Kade Graves, school boy 105; 1st, Jett Jones, cadet 152; 2nd, Nathan Romo, novice 105; 2nd, Aden Graves, school boy 85; 2nd, Trey Schepens, school boy 190; 2nd, Keelan Geiser, cadet 182; 3rd, Zander Burnison, novice 120; 3rd, Chase Waters, novice 130; 3rd, Everett Jensen, junior 113; 4th, Riley Waters, school boy 120; 4th, Brodey Skogen, school boy 144; 6th, Zander Dean, novice 80.

 

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