Six ConKids wrestlers are individual champs
HILLSBORO — Led by six individual champions, the Concordia Kids Wrestling Club had 10 wrestlers place in the top four in the Hillsboro Takedown Tournament on Saturday.
Concordia wrestlers placing first include:
Zane Cuellar, 43 pounds, 6-and-under; Tristan Cuellar, 58 pounds, 6-and-under; Ian Ketterman, 88 pounds, 6-and-under; Keyan Miller, 75 pounds, 8-and-under; Wyatt Trost, 89 pounds, 10-and-under; and Jaiden Hinzman, 110 pounds, 10-and-under.
Braxtin Mason, 63 pounds, 8-and-under, and Shelby Giersch, 100 pounds, 10-and-under, placed second.
Drew Brown, 73 pounds, 8-and-under, finished third.
Cierra Cyre, 40 pounds, 6-and-under, placed fourth.
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