Sault Youth Wrestling competes in 3 different locations over the weekend

Brayden Anderson - Gaylord

Sault  (Mich) City Youth Wrestling finished 3rd out of 30 teams at the Gaylord MYWAY tournament.

NEMWA – Freeland

Individual results: Kane Savoie 2-1 (3rd).

MYWAY – Saline

Individual results: Kayson Hendrick 1-2 (DNP), Easton Hendrick 0-3 (4th), Levi Hudson 1-2 (DNP), and Hazen Hudson 0-2 (DNP).

MYWAY – Gaylord

Gaylord-mat-action Ethan Ball

Individual results: Case Kroeger 1-2 (DNP), Brayden Hansen 1-2 (3rd), Easton Anderson 3-0 (1st), Kencade Dixon 1-1 (2nd), Braylon Eruotor 2-1 (3rd), Ryder Galarowic 0-2 (DNP), Ryder Browning 0-2 (DNP), Logan Lowther 3-0 (1st), William TenEyck 1-2 (DNP), Ethan Ball 3-2 (4th), Royce Copenhafer 3-2 (DNP), Aegis Wolski 2-2 (DNP), Micah Smith 2-2 (DNP), Jackson Baschab 0-2 (DNP), Finn Frazier 3-2 (3rd), Dominic Branam 2-1 (3rd), Brayden Anderson 3-1 (3rd), Joshua Dixon 0-2 (DNP), Jaxon Orsmbee 2-2 (DNP), Travis Pyle 0-2 (DNP), Payne Kroeger 4-1 (2nd), Jack Lowther 0-2 (DNP), Jadyn Pace 1-2 (3rd), Pierce Rondeau 3-0 (1st), Drake Ormsbee 1-1 (2nd), Joel DeMolen 3-1 (2nd), Justin DeMolen 2-2 (4th), Daniel Laitinen 1-2 (4th), Brantley Kilgore 2-0 (1st), Jared Riggs 0-3 (4th), Josh Klier 0-2 (DNP). Atlas Kroeger 1-1 (2nd), Guy Pyle III 0-2 (3rd), , Carson Browning 1-1 (2nd), Jackson Minta 0-2 (DNP), Carter Frazier 2-1 (2nd), Peter Eruotor 2-1 (3rd), Kane Savoie 1-1 (2nd), Drew Burtt 1-2 (3rd), Chance Gregg 2-0 (1st), and Brady Rondeau1-2 (4th).

Drew Burtt and Chance Gregg – Gaylord

For more information about the club visit Facebook @SaultYouthWrestling. A home MYWAY Tournament is being planned for Sunday, February 19th.

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.

Coach Minta and Coach Ball warming up -Gaylord