Branson Tournament Preview
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Produced by: Corbin LeMaster

The Branson Invitational will feature over 30 ranked wrestlers and top teams from Missouri and Arkansas. Class 3 #1 Neosho will look to take home the title in the 16 team field, however, with Class 1 #2 Seneca boasting 9 wrestlers ranked in the top 6 they will be looking to knock Neosho off of the top spot. Springdale Har-Ber will be bringing 5 former state medalist who will also be contenders for a top 3 finish.

The 145 weight class features four wrestlers ranked in the top 4, as well as, two top 4 state medalist from Arkansas, making it one of the deepest weights of the weekend. Also, 113 will feature State Champion and #1 ranked Max Roark in a weight with four other state ranked or former medalists.

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