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Marion wrestlers fifth on the mat

The Marion wrestling team finished fifth among a field of 11 at Hoisington’s Cardinal Classic Friday with a team score of 85 1⁄2 points behind Marysville 211 1⁄2, Hoisington 170, Douglass 117 1⁄2 and Riley County 93 1⁄2. Bryce Shults (25-4) paved the way by winning the 138-pound weight class with a 4-0 record. Following a ...

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Marion wrestlers second at Halstead

Four first-place medals led the Marion wrestling team to a second-place finish among a field of 16 at the Halstead Invitational Friday in a two-day tournament condensed to one because of the threat of icy weather. With nine wrestlers, Marion scored 162 points, second to Douglass, who fielded a full team and scored 208. “Our ...

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Hillsboro?wrestlers split double dual in opener

Hillsboro wrestlers opened their season Thurs?day by splitting a double dual with Minneapolis and Halstead at Brown Gymna?sium. The Trojans lost the opening dual against Minnea?polis, 63-15, winning two of the nine matches that were determined on the mat. Both victors were returning state qualifiers: Travis King defeated Layne Wilton, 10-5, at 138 pounds, and Levi Men?doza pinned Chance Korinek ...

Marion wrestlers second in opener

The Marion wrestling team kicked off its season with a second-place finish at the Burlington Wildcat Duals Friday. The Warriors went 4-1 on the day, defeating Central Heights (60-12), Garden Plain (59-9), Eureka (50-28) and Royal Valley (46-25) before losing to the host team in the finals (45-27). ?We wrestled Burlington well, too,??coach Chad Adkins said. ?We just don?t match ...

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Seven of 14 Warrior wrestlers headed to state

Seven of the 14 wrestlers Marion sent to the Class 3-2-1— A regional tournament at Fredonia Friday and Saturday qualified for the state tournament by turning in top-four performances. ?We?ve been working really hard,? coach Chad Adkins said. ?It?s paying off for the kids. We don?t have to coach effort, which is awesome. It allows us to ...

Hillsboro qualifies four wrestlers for state

Four Hillsboro wrestlers qualified for the Class 3-2-1— A state tournament this weekend by finishing among the top four in their respective weight classes at the regional tournament in Russell. Senior Jon Carey led the way, earning a regional championship at 132 pounds. The three ...

HHS wrestlers take 5th at CKL event

The Hillsboro wrestling team managed five top-four finishes at a competitive Central Kansas League tournament Saturday at Hoising?ton. As a team, Hillsboro placed fifth among the nine league schools that offer wrestling. Finishing ahead of the Trojans were Smoky Valley, who claimed the league title with 180 points, followed by Hoisington (179. 5), Pratt (156) and Lyons (102). Hillsboro, which ...

MHS?wrestlers win Onaga duals

The Marion wrestling team won the dual tournament at Onaga with a 5-0 record Friday. ?There was a lot of good competition at Onaga, which is what we need,? coach Chad Adkins said. ?We beat some really good teams. ? The Warriors defeated Burlington (38-37), Rock Creek (49-24), Onaga (53-21), Pleasant Ridge (54-24) and Russell (45-28). Six Warriors ...

Trojan wrestlers struggle at Lyons

The Hillsboro wrestling team endured a long day at the Lyons Round Robin Tournament Satur?day. The Trojans, beyond missing two wrestlers because of illness and a third who was unable to compete, were not on top of their game, according to coach Scott O?Hare. ?Although a few ...

Trojan wrestlers fifth at Hoisington

Led by Jon Carey?s weight-class championship at 132 pounds, the Hillsboro wrestling team placed fifth among the nine teams competing at the Hoisington Cardinal Classic Tourna?ment Friday. The Trojans accumulated 91 points, trailing only the host school with 195. 5, Doug?lass with 125, Cimar?ron with 105 and Goddard Eisen?hower with 97. 5. ?The Hoisington Cardinal ...