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Marion wrestlers earn three medals at state

Marion wrestlers earn three medals at state

Marion’s Tyler Palic grapples with top-ranked and undefeated Josh Seabolt from Cimarron during the championship match at 195 pounds. Seabolt won by a 5-4 decision. Marion’s four state wrestling qualifiers brought home three medals from the 2018 Class 3-2-1A championships at Gross Memorial Coliseum in Hays Friday and Saturday. Senior Tyler Palic concluded his high school career as repeat state […]

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Four MHS wrestlers qualify for state

Four Marion wrestlers qualified for the state tournament with their performances at the Class 3-2-1A regional tournament at Eureka Friday and Saturday. “The wrestlers all did a great job this weekend,” coach Tyler McMichael said. “Our four qualifiers did excellent on going out there and doing what was necessary to make it to Hays. We had some good matchups at […]

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MHS wrestlers 5th among 13 teams at Chase County

The Marion wrestling team placed fifth among 13 teams at the Chase County Invitational Saturday with 97 points. Mulvane won with 167.5, followed by Mission Valley (118), Oskaloosa (100) and Chase County (97.5). “We had several good matchups that will help us for next week,” coach Tyler McMichael said. “There were still some things from this weekend that we will […]

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MHS wrestlers 3-2 at Onaga

The Marion wrestling team went 3-2 at the Onaga Duals Friday. Marion defeated Pleasant Ridge, 36-24, and Onaga, 54-18, then lost duals to Rock Creek, 51-30, and to Sabetha, 42-27. Marion concluded the day with a win over Doni­phan West. Tyler Palic and Charlie Nordquist went undefeated for the day. Palic was 2-0 at 195 pounds, while Nordquist was 3-0 […]

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McLinden leads Marion wrestlers with weight class title at Eureka

The Marion wrestling team finished fifth among 22 teams competing at the Eureka Invitational Satur­day with 103.5 points. Burlington won the team title with 192, followed by Rose Hill (159.5), Clearwater (138) and Caney Valley (112). “Last weekend (at Hal­stead), we had a problem with not giving every match our 100 percent effort, and it showed,” coach Tyler McMichael said. […]

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Palic leads MHS wrestlers with 2nd-place medal at Norton

Marion’s 12 wrestlers finished 12th of 19 teams participating in Norton’s J.R. Durham Invitational Friday and Saturday. The Warriors scored 51 points. Manhattan won with 170.5 followed by Garden City (158). “At Norton, like always, the competition was amazing,” coach Tyler McMich­ael said. “There were a lot of ranked wrestlers from all different classes. Going to Norton is a very […]

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Marion, Hillsboro host 16-team duals tourney

The Marion wrestling team finished seventh among 16 teams with a 3-2 record at the Marion County Duals hosted jointly by Marion and Hillsboro Friday. The event featured four, four-team pools, with two pools competing at Marion and two at Hillsboro. Marion went 2-1 in pool play, first coming from behind to defeat Rock Creek, 48-33, then defeating West Elk, […]

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MHS wrestlers ninth at Wellington

Marion’s 10 wrestlers finished ninth among 15 teams competing at the Wellington Invitational Saturday with 52 points. “The competition we were able to face at Welling­ton was much larger schools than we are used to facing,” coach Tyler McMichael said. “It was good for our guys to get to see new competition rather than the same kids every weekend. I […]

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Warriors face challenge at Norton

The Marion wrestlers had a chance to see how they matched up with quality large-school opponents at the JR Durham Invitational at Norton Friday and Saturday. Schools in attendance included the top two ranked teams in Class 6A: Manhattan and Garden City. Norton ranks first in 3-2-1A; Smith Center ranks third. “There were quite a few higher-level schools at this […]

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Warriors third at home tourney

The Marion wrestling team finished third among a field of 12 participating schools at the 2016 Marion County Winter Duals. The field of schools was split into four pools, with two pools wrestling in Marion and two in Hillsboro. Four schools—Riley County, Republic County, Clay Center and Rock Creek—did not participate because of weather. Burlington won the title, followed by […]

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