Sault Youth Wrestlers take second at Cadillac; Last call for wrestlers for Sault Bridge Brawl next weekend

In the final away match before they host the MyWay Bridge Brawl Youth Wrestling Tournament in the Sault next weekend, the Sault City Youth Wrestling competed in the Cadillac NEMWA Youth Wrestling Tournament, placing 2nd out of 22 teams.

NEMWA – Cadillac tournament results:
Case Kroeger 3-1 (3rd), Logan Lowther 4-0 (1st), Wyatt Prachar 4-1 (3rd), Gray Prachar 2-1
(2nd), Emmett Rogers 3-1 (2nd), Payne Kroeger 3-1 (3rd), Jack Lowther 3-1 (3rd), Brantley
Kilgore 2-1 (2nd), Atlas Kroeger 5-1 (3rd), Jackson Minta 2-2 (DNP) and Drew Burtt 0-2

MYWAY – Atlanta tournament results:
Braydon Hanson 2-2 (3rd), Easton Anderson 1-2 (2nd), Ryder Galarowic 4-1 (2nd), William
TenEyck 0-2 (3rd), Ethan Ball 3-1 (2nd), Royce Copenhafer 1-2 (DNP), Jackson Baschab 0-
2 (DNP), Finn Frazier 1-2 (DNP), Cain Chaput 1-2 (3rd), Dominic Branam 0-3 (4th), Travis
Pyle 0-3 (4th), Brayden Anderson 0-2 (2nd), Jadyn Pace 1-1 (2nd), Jared Riggs 0-2 (2nd),
Josh Klier 3-0 (1st), Brantley Kilgore 3-0 (1st), Guy Pyle III 0-2 (2nd), Drew Burtt 0-2 (3rd),
Chance Gregg 2-0 (1st), Jasper Jones 0-2 (3rd) and Brady Rondeau 2-2 (3rd).

MYWAY – Pine River tournament results:
Case Kroeger 0-2 (DNP), Logan Lowther 2-1 (2nd), Kayson Hendrick 1-2 (DNP), Emmet
Rogers 2-2 (4th), Payne Kroeger 2-1 (2nd), Jack Lowther 3-1 (3rd), Atlas Kroeger 3-1 (2nd),
Jackson Minta 2-0 (1st), Daniel Laitinen 1-3 (5th) and Easton Hendrick 1-1 (2nd).

For more information about the club visit Facebook @SaultYouthWrestling. Please see
attached information on our upcoming HOME tournament THIS Sunday, February 19th
at Sault Area High School.

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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