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Havelock’s Ellis to keep on wrestling at Division III Alma

By Ken Buday Halifax Media Service HAVELOCK | Havelock High senior wrestler John Ellis doesn’t like to think about time off from his sport. “We get a couple of weeks of break, but then we want to get back into it,” he said. “It’s like an addiction.” Then it’s probably a good thing that Ellis will get the opportunity to ...

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Eastside’s Walker lives out ‘fantasy,’ bound for state of Iowa

By Bob Castello The Greenville News Eastside High senior Clay Walker, already a three-time national champion, was seeking a fourth title in Virginia Beach, Va., in April when he received a call from University of Iowa wrestling coach Tom Brands. Brands informed Walker that the Iowa coach would be sending Iowa Central Community College coach Luke Moffitt to nationals to ...

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Taylor Long Signs Letter Of Intent with Belmont Abbey

By Robbie Robertson The Transylvania Times It’s been a busy year for high school seniors in the county as more than 10 have signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers in college. Blue Devil Taylor Long, last year’s conference champion in the 138-pound class, became the latest to sign, picking Belmont Abbey to continue his wrestling career alongside ...

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Wheaton junior Cameron Sykora to wrestle at NDSU

By Chris Murphy Fargo InForum FARGO – One of the best high school wrestlers in the state of Minnesota is headed to North Dakota State to wrestle in 2015. Wheaton High School junior and four-time state champion Cameron Sykora verbally committed to wrestle at NDSU on Wednesday. “Feels really good,” Sykora said. “It was starting to get real stressful with ...

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Summerville’s Chad Wood signs with Newberry College

By Roger Lee Journal Scene A three-sport athlete for the Green Wave will take his talents to the Newberry College Wrestling team next school year. Summerville High School senior Chad Wood has signed to wrestle for the Newberry Wolves. Wood, who took down his share of running backs as a Green Wave linebacker and traded in his tights at the ...

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Oakleaf wrestler Kreier will continue with her sport at Life U.

By Justin Barney Florida Times-Union Rachael Kreier had it all planned out.The senior at Oakleaf was going to graduate and then go to college at Sam Houston State. Kreier’s grandparents had gone there, and so too, had her parents. It was a family tradition. Wrestling came along and changed everything. One inquiry led to another, and that interest drew an ...

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Monsignor Farrell wrestling star Rich Sisti chooses Michigan

By Stephen Hart SILive.com The University of Michigan made Rich Sisti an offer he couldn’t refuse. Despite a preference by the Monsignor Farrell wrestler and his family for him to attend college close to home, the lure of the nationally ranked power was too good to pass up, as the two-time state champion verbally committed to the Big Ten Conference ...

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McDowell’s Wesley Davis to wrestle at Limestone

By Marty Queen McDowell News McDowell High senior Wesley Davis is plenty excited about getting the chance to continue his wrestling career in college. But participating in the sport he loves may not be what he’s most looking forward to when he steps onto Limestone College’s campus in the fall. “I like the fact I can wrestle and still get ...

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Grundy’s Trey Smith signs to wrestle at App. State

By Tim Hayes Bristol Herald Courier Trey Smith has completed quite the trifecta. In his senior season as a wrestler at Grundy High School, Smith won an individual state championship, helped the Golden Wave earn a team title and procured for himself a college scholarship He finalized the latter part of his own personal triple crown recently by officially signing ...

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TOM Class of 2014 Division I Recruiting Rankings

Oklahoma State, Penn State and Northwestern highlight the top spots for the Division I Recruiting Rankings. By Eric John The Open Mat Another year of recruiting is pretty much behind and below you will find the Class of 2014 Division I Recruiting Rankings. A lot of rankings are highly subjective. TOM’s process attempts to remove as much subjectivity as possible. ...

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