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Sidney Wrestlers Compete in Minnesota and Florida

 

Montana dual teams competed in Florida for the Scholastic Duals. Back (Left to Right): Dante Pallone (Hardin), Kade Graves, Riley Waters, Trey Schepens, Easton Hopes, Nathan Romo. Middle (Left to Right): Grady Nelson, Dylan Lutz, William Turcotte (Wolf Point), Brodey Skogen, Kolton Reid, Owen Lonski, Kaden Wise, Kaiden Cline, Keith Pretty Weasel (Hardin), Ben Carlsen, Cameron Mikesell (Malta). Front (Left to Right): Jordan Darby, Zander Dean, Mick Chagnon (Havre), Aden Graves, Everett Jensen, Zander Burnison, Noah Kovick (Helena).

Sidney Eagle Wrestlers In Minnesota, June 14-16 And The National Duals in Orlando Florida, June 17-25

Sidney was 6-0 in duals while in Minnesota. The Eagles also wrestled in eight men blacket tournaments with the winners being:

106: Zander Dean

120: Jordan Darby

138: Kade Graves

145: Aden Graves

220: Brodey Skogen

Placing second:

126: Kaiden Cline

132: Everett Jensen

Hwt: Trey Schepens

Placing Third:

152: Zander Burnison

160-Dylan Lutz

182-Easton Hopes

Florida Results

Match 1: Sidney, 48 – Avon Virginia, 23 (Virginia State Champs)

Match 2: Sidney, 59 – Hernando Florida, 13

Match 3: Sidney, 63 – Medina Florida, 12

Match 4: Sidney, 33 – Social Circle Georgia, 34 (Georgia State Champs)

Match 5: Sidney, 77 – Avon Indiana, 0

Match 6: Sidney, 70 – Rhino High Pennsylvania 12

Math 7: Sidney, 62 – NC High North Carolina, 13

7-1 in Pool Play with a one-point loss to Social Circle, State Champs from Georgia.

The 7-1 record advances the Eagles into the Gold Pool. The top 16 teams were entered into the Gold Pool.

Match 1: Sidney, 36 – Troy Christian Ohio, 39 (Ohio State Champs)

Match 2: Sidney, 42 – Hamburg PA, 28 (PA State Champs)

Match 3: Sidney, 51 – Eastwood Ohio, 19

Match 4: Sidney, 47 – Oak Harbor Ohio, 20 (State runner-ups for Ohio)

Sidney ended up in 9th place over all in the Gold Pool, losing our first match in the Gold Pool dropped us so the best we could get was 9th.

The two teams the Eagles lost to ended up second and third overall. There were a total of 196 teams that competed.

Individual Florida records and medals:

106-Zander Dean, 7-4

113: Mick Chagnon (Havre) 7-4

120: Jordan Darby, 9-2, Bronze Medal

126: Kaiden Cline, 7-4

132: Everett Jensen, 6-5

138: Kade Graves, 11-0, Gold Medal

145: Aden Graves, 10-1, Silver Medal

152: Zander Dean. 5-6

160: Dylan Lutz, 8-3 Copper Medal

170: Noah Kovick (Helena), 8-3 Copper Medal

182: Easton Hopes, 8-3 Copper Medal

195: Riley Waters, 9-2, Bronze Medal

220: Brodey Skogen, 8-3, Copper Medal

HWT: Trey Schepens, 6-5

Sidney B Team: 1-10 in duals

106: Kaden Wise, 6-9

113: Owen Lonski, 7-9

120: Ben Carlson, 6-8

132: Grady Nelson, 7-7

138: Kolton Reid, 8-3, Copper Medal

152: Nathan Romo, 2-11

 

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