• Three-time State qualifier Isaac Bryan has his eye on the prize in 2021

    (SB) – SB-L wrestling coach Clint Koedam said Isaac Bryan is “as strong as an ox,” last season prior to the State wrestling tournament in Des Moines, last February.  The 138-pounder came in 4th at State and finished the season with a 49-7 won-loss record.  His sophomore year saw Isaac nail down an 8th place [Read More]


    Following approval on Friday morning by the IHSAA’s Board of Control, sectional and district tournament assignments for the 2021 wrestling postseason are now available. Sectional tournaments for Class 2A and Class 1A are currently scheduled for Saturday, February 6. The first- and second-place winners in each weight class then advance to district tournaments. District tournaments [Read More]

  • The Men Behind Western Iowa Wrestling

    The men who started or guided high school wrestling programs in their early years in northwest Iowa made up for what they lacked in experience with fierce determination that often transferred itself to their wrestlers. Lacking the tradition programs on the eastern side of the state had built, coaches like Kingsley-Pierson’s Rich Krosch, Maple Valley’s [Read More]

  • Gaukel, Genobana, Reisz trying to avoid history

    Connor Ryan holds a unique place in the deep and storied annals of Iowa high school wrestling. The former North Scott and Bettendorf standout wrestled in the finals all four years, which is not all that unusual. After all, 62 wrestlers have accomplished that feat. What makes Ryan’s accomplishment unique was that he finished as [Read More]

  • A-R-C announces winter and fall-to-spring sports schedules

    CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Following through on its earlier announcements, the American Rivers Conference (A-R-C) today announced winter schedules and schedules for the fall sports that were moved to the spring. All schedules were approved by the conference’s Presidents Council after recommendations from coaches and directors of athletics from the nine conference schools. The safety [Read More]

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