April 17, 2014

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Raider grapplers claim jr. high championship

EDGERTON – The Wayne Trace Junior High wrestling team won its third conference title in the past five years and fourth overall at the GMC Tournament in Edgerton  on Feb. 8.

The Raiders placed all 11 wrestlers for the day. Taking all-conference honors were Max Rassman, Nick Barnett, Braxton Asher and Quinton Stabler.

Bringing home a second-place finish was Dylan Jackson. Placing third were Austin Smith, Caleb Baughman, Hunter Showalter and Matt Stouffer. Taking fourth were Cassidy Knott and Wyatt Stabler.

The Antwerp Junior High wrestling team only had two wrestlers competing in the tournament, but those wrestlers faired very well for themselves.

Seventh grader Aidan McAlexander finished second at 80 pounds to close his season with a 9-4 record.

The second wrestler competing for Antwerp at the GMC tournament was Tyler Bauer. He was the first seventh grader to become a GMC champion for the Archers. He finishes his season with an 11-4 record.

 

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