• Balancing freestyle and Greco-Roman season with other sports

    In the sport of wrestling, summer is prime freestyle and Greco-Roman season. With the Cadet and Junior Nationals taking place at the end of July, top wrestlers from across the country are preparing to compete against the nation’s best and for the right to be called a freestyle or Greco-Roman All-American or national champion. Other [Read More]

  • Iowa champ, Olympic medalist McIlravy in National High School Hall of Fame

    Lincoln McIlravy, three-time NCAA wrestling champ, Olympic bronze medalist and five-time South Dakota state titlewinner, was the only wrestler among a dozen individuals welcomed into the National High School Hall of Fame in New Orleans on Thursday, July 2. A product of Philip, S.D., McIlravy, 39, found success at every level of his wrestling career. [Read More]

  • Magayna & Schriever win coveted Kids Triple Crown with freestyle national titles in Wisconsin

    WISCONSIN DELLS, Wisc. – Eight talented athletes won the coveted USA Wrestling Kids Triple Crown on Thursday, after capturing freestyle national titles in their weight class. To win the Triple Crown, an athlete must win USA Wrestling national titles in folkstyle, Greco-Roman and freestyle the same year. The eight Triple Crown winners this year are: [Read More]

  • Iowa Freestyle Champions At USA Kids Nationals Freestyle

    Champions Bantam 55 Timothy Koester, 75+ Dreshaun Ross, Intermediate 87 Daniel Max Magana, Schoolboy 77 Cullan Schriever Bantam 55 – Timothy Koester is 1st Champ. Round 1 – Timothy Koester (Iowa) over Landen Haines (Indiana) (Dec Dec 14-9) Quarterfinal – Timothy Koester (Iowa) over Zack Carr (Minnesota) (Fall Fall 2:15) Semifinal – Timothy Koester (Iowa) [Read More]

  • Iowa Greco Champions at USA Kids Nationals Greco

    Bantam 55 Blake Fox, 75+ Dreshaun Ross, Intermediate 60 Anders Kittelson, 65 Kale Petersen, 87 Daniel Max Magayna, Schoolboy 77 Cullan Schriever, 105 Cade Devos Bantam 55 – Blake Fox is 1st Champ. Round 1 – Blake Fox (Iowa) over Tyler Wenzel (Wyoming) (Fall Fall 1:09) Quarterfinal – Blake Fox (Iowa) over Peyton Logan (Kentucky) [Read More]

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