Rush City/Braham wrestling

Rush City sophomore wrestler Jacob Lynch represented the Rush City/Braham wrestling team in the State Class AA Individual Wrestling Championships last week. Lynch, who competes in the 220 weight class, faced senior Jacob Claybaugh of Waseca in the first round and took down Claybaugh to get an early 4-0 lead. But the taller Claybaugh eventually […]

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Rush City/Braham wrestlers won 42-37 in a road match against Mille Lacs (Isle/Onamia) last Thursday. “Our JV wrestled lights out putting everything they had on the mat,” said coach Josh Moulton. “They were led by seventh grader Dylan Martin who has improved greatly from the start of the season. He had two pins.” Karter Niessen, […]

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Last Saturday the Rush City/Braham wrestlers totaled 92.5 points to place a respectable sixth out of 12 teams in the 55th Annual Grand Rapids Skip Nalan Tournament. Rush City sophomore 220-pound weight class wrestler Jacob Lynch took champion runner-up. Lynch is state ranked 10th by The Guillotine, an amateur Minnesota wrestling website. At the Mora […]

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In back to back road matches, the Rush City/Braham wrestling team fell to both Cloquet/Esko (45-24) and Pine City/Hinckley-Finlayson (43-31). “We wrestled very well in our light weights again,” said coach Josh Moulton. “Dylan Martin and Dylan Mielke may not have won, but they did not give up pins, which made it close at the […]

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The season opened for the Rush City/Braham wrestling team with the team hosting an invitational at Rush City last Saturday. The Tigers placed sixth out of nine teams with a score of 133. They outmatched Deer River with a score of 87, Brooklyn Center/Concordia Academy, 46, and Ogilvie, 37. Rush City/Braham placed behind Kimball (215), […]

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The Rush City/Braham wrestling team has announced its team awards for the 2011-12 season. “We are already looking forward to next season,” said Coach Josh Moulton. “With 27 kids returning, only five seniors, we should be looking to improve upon this season. We will still be a fairly young team, but most of our kids […]

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