Sault Youth Wrestlers take top honors at AuSable River Rumble

The Sault Youth Wrestlers traveled to Mio, MI this past weekend to participate the AuSable/Mio River Rumble Wrestling Tournament. They went down empty handed and returned with first-place team honors.

Sault City Youth Wrestling finished 1st in team points at the Mio – Au Sable River Rumble.


Individual results: Case Kroeger 3-2 (3rd), Brayden Hansen 1-2 (4th), Ryder Galarowic 1-2 (4th), Jett Kelley 2-1 (3rd), Ryder Browning 2-2 (4th), William TenEyck 0-2 (4th), Ethan Ball 0-3 (4th), Royce Copenhafer 1-2 (3rd), Jackson Baschab 2-2 (DNP), Dominic Branam 3-1 (2nd), Micah Smith 3-2 (3rd), Jaxon Orsmbee 3-2 (4th), Travis Pyle 2-0 (1st), Payne Kroeger 2-1 (2nd), Emmett Rogers 2-2 (3rd), Jadyn Pace 2-1 (2nd), Kirby Pace 0-3 (4th), Drake Ormsbee 3-0 (1st), Josh Klier 3-0 (1st), Joseph Jenkins Jr. 0-2 (DNP), Guy Pyle III 3-0 (1st), Joel DeMolen 2-1 (2nd), Justin DeMolen 3-0 (1st), Daniel Laitinen 2-0 (1st), Carson Browning 2-1 (2nd), Jackson Minta 0-2 (2nd), Atlas Kroeger 1-1 (2nd), Levi Hudson 3-0 (1st), Hazen Hudson 1-2 (3rd), Drew Burtt 0-2 (2nd), Chance Gregg 2-1 (2nd), and Jasper Jones 0-2 (DNP).

Thank you to everyone who came out in the snow storm to support our club at our burger bash last Thursday. We were able to raise almost $5,000. This amount put us over our original financial goal, which was to purchase two sets of mats.  As you know, with the new room designated for wrestling, we will now be redirecting some funding towards that project, to mat the floors and walls and to purchase other items to complete the area.

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For more information about the club visit Facebook @SaultYouthWrestling. A home MYWAY Tournament is being planned for Sunday, February 19th. 

Sault Youth Wrestling (501c3) promotes and supports the sport of youth wrestling in the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan at all levels as defined by MYWAY and/or NEMWA and the age levels associated with those organizations. Our goals are to develop amateur athletes for competition, serve as a support for the wrestling sport in all Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan schools and promote good sportsmanship, give instruction in strong fundamental competitive wrestling skills, promote, and develop a good competitive spirit, develop a cohesive team unit and promote friendship and respect for others, among wrestlers and others. 

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