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Marion wrestlers fourth at Burlington

The Marion wrestling team opened the season with a fourth-place finish at the Burlington Duals Friday. “I thought the whole dual tournament went very well,” coach Tyler McMichael said. “We had some guys pick up big wins when we needed them and several matches go the whole length, and the guys didn’t give up.” Four Warriors won all of their matches […]

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MHS?earns 2 state medals

MHS?earns 2 state medals

Bryce Shults makes a move during his first-round Class 3-2-1A state match against Atwood-Rawlins County?s Jalen Kruep at 138 pounds. Shults lost by fall, but won his next four matches. He lost an 8-2 decision to Silver Lake?s Dalton Dultmeier in the third-place match to earn the fourth-place medal and become Marion?s highest finisher. Two of Marion?s seven state qualifiers […]

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7 MHS wrestlers qualify for state

7 MHS wrestlers qualify for state

Remington Putter wrestles Canton-Galva?s Ian Alumbaugh at 160 pounds in the first round of the Class 3-2-1A regional hosted by Marion last weekend. Putter won by fall and went on to finish second in the tournament with a 3-1 record, becoming one of seven Warriors to qualify for state. Alumbaugh was 0-2.<p> Seven Marion wrestlers punched their ticket to the […]

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MHS wrestlers fourth at Chase County

A shorthanded Marion wrestling team placed fourth at the Chase County Invitational Saturday. The Warriors, who wrestled without their 120-pounder and 138-pounder, scored 97 points to finish behind El Dorado (123), Chase County (111) and Mulvane (103) in the 12-team field. ?We just didn?t look very good really,??coach Chad Adkins said. ?Pretty tired. A couple of them were sick. Definitely […]

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Marion wrestlers second at Onaga

The Marion wrestling team placed second at the Onaga Duals Friday by winning four of its five duals. Marion defeated Perry LeCompton (46-36), Onaga (48-22), Rock Creek (68-6) and Pleasant Ridge (51-21), but lost to Burlington (35-30). ?They all wrestled well,? coach Chad Adkins said. ?The highlight would be how much better we?ve gotten against Burlington. That was a fun […]

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MHS?wrestlers third at Hoisington

Three Marion wrestlers won their respective weight classes to boost Marion to a third-place finish among a field of nine teams at the Hoisington Cardinal Classic Friday. Marion tallied 143.5 points, finishing behind the host school (184.5) and Goddard-Eisenhower (164.5) in the nine-team field. Depending on the number of wrestlers in each weight class, participants wrestled in either a round […]

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Warrior wrestlers second at Eureka

Eight of 12 Marion wrestlers placed among the top six in their respective weight classes to lead the Warriors to a second-place team finish at the Eureka Invitational Saturday. Marion garnered 153 points to finish second behind El Dorado (182.5). The Warriors competed without varsity wrestlers?at 120, 170 and 285 pounds, in addition to their two open weight classes (106, […]

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