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  • KC Super 32 Early Entry Breakdown

    The high school wrestling season won’t start for another two and a half months, but that doesn’t mean that some Missouri wrestlers aren’t putting in work to prepare for it. Competitors from high school down to elementary had the opportunity to compete in a folkstyle tournament Sept. 11 at St. James Academy in Lenexa, Kan. […] More

  • Hunter Taylor puts the nation on notice. Fargo Champ.

    When he wrestles, college coaches watch. Liberty sophomore Hunter Taylor is going to be a force in the high school wrestling world, not only in Missouri, but in the United States. He proved that in the 2021 US Marine Corps 16U & Junior National Championships, which took place in mid-July in Fargo, N.D. Facing off […] More

  • Jaycee Foeller had a high school wrestling career to remember

    Since the girls wrestling division was established in 2019, the De Soto graduate became the most decorated wrestler in her school’s history. She finished her career undefeated with an astonishing 121-0 record with 85 coming by pin. That of course resulted in three state championships, with her last match resulting in a pin of Parkway […] More

  • Braxton Strick loves competition, hates losing with a passion

    That competition fueled him to earn All-American honors in his first trip to the USMC 16U and Junior Nationals Tournament in July. The Ozark product headed there with aspirations of earning a stop sign in both Greco-Roman and freestyle. He got on the podium in Greco, sparked by a less-than-satisfying showing in freestyle in Fargo, […] More

  • Dai’Mont Mucker matched his brother in terms of success in Fargo.

    Now the focus turns to adding a state title as well. The Staley wrestler took sixth place in Greco-Roman at the USMC 16U and Junior Nationals last month in Fargo, North Dakota. He reached the semifinals in that style and also competed in freestyle. While his sixth-place finish was a spot lower on the medal […] More

  • Zan Fugitt left Fargo as the highest-place finisher in Nixa history.

    The Class 4 113-pound champion went to the USMC 16U and Junior National Championships last month in Fargo and earned his first All-American honors by taking third in the 120-pound Greco-Roman bracket. “It was fun,” Fugitt said of the trip north. “It was definitely a lot different than other tournaments. It was a pretty big […] More

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