RC/B wrestlers compete in state’s oldest tournament
By Victoria Dahlin—
Before competing in the oldest tournament in Minnesota last Saturday, the Rush City/Braham wrestlers competed in a triangular in Mora and lost to Mora 70-6 and Little Falls 55-24.
The team took seventh out of 13 teams in the Skip Nalan Tournament in Grand Rapids where it accumulated 88 points ahead of Nashwauk-Keewatin/Greenway (79 points) and behind Deer River (108.5). Grand Rapids won the tournament with 248 total team points.
The Rush City/Braham wrestling team will host the Mille Lacs (Isle/Onamia) Raiders at Braham High School at 6:15 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2.
Little Falls 46 Mora 22
Mora 70 Rush City/Braham 6
195 Jacob Lynch by fall 3:14
Little Falls 55 Rush City/Braham 24
132 Patrick Sendlhofer by fall 1:59
152 Dan Johnson by fall 3:11
182 Jonathan Mielke by fall 0:54
195 Jacob Lynch by fall 2:34
SKIP NALAN TOURNAMENT
182 Johnathon Mielke
197 Jacob Lynch
113 Tyler Sitz
170 Logan Johnson
128 Patrick Sendlhofer
160 Isaiah Johnson