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20 Feb Posted by in Iowa Wrestling | Comments

Tanner Weatherman (No.14 @ 171) and Austin Blythe (No. 9 @ HWT) Capture Third Titles

Tanner Weatherman (No.14 @ 171) and Austin Blythe (No. 9 @ HWT) Capture Third Titles

Tanner Weatherman (No. 14 @ 171), of Ballard of Huxley, and Williamsburg’s Austin Blythe (No.9 @ HWT) finished their high school careers by winning their third state titles Saturday in the Class 2-A state meet at Wells Fargo Arena. Both seniors were four-time finalists. Weatherman beat Sioux Center’s Colton Vant Hof 17-5 at 171 pounds. […]

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05 Feb Posted by in Iowa Wrestling | Comments

Tanner Weatherman (No. 14 @ 171) Leads Ballard to Another Title

Tanner Weatherman (No. 14 @ 171) Leads Ballard to Another Title

The 2011 Raccoon River Conference wrestling tournament, held Saturday in Winterset, produced a repeat champion as Ballard walked away with the title.  Dallas Center-Grimes wound up third and Adel-DeSoto-Minburn was fifth in the meet. Both DC-G and A-D-M wound up with one champion. The Mustangs’ Zach Bauer captured the heavyweight crown with a 3-1 win […]

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171 lbs High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings (Jan. 2011)

171 lbs High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings (Jan. 2011)

HSWrestling.net’s High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings January 2011 171: Logan Storley (12)  —  Webster, SD Chris Phillips (12)  —  Monroeville, OH Jahwon Akui (12)  —  St. Rita, IL Jordan Rogers (11)  —  Mead, WA Nathaniel Brown (12)  —  Lewisburg, PA Brandon Griffin (11)  —  Sprague, OR Zach Nevills (11)  —  Clovis, CA Jake Waste […]

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21 Nov Posted by in HS Wrestling Blog | Comments

Ten Things to Watch in Iowa

Ten Things to Watch in Iowa

DAN MCCOOL dmccool@dmreg.com The bar for wrestling success is always set high in the state of Iowa. That was evident last season as the state led the country in the number of national collegiate team championships, winning three of six crowns. NCAA Division I champion Iowa, Division III title holder Wartburg and national junior college […]

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