MRSS wins 10 wrestling medals

High school team reaches double-digit medals in Langley at novice tournament

MRSS wrestlers proved they are still one of the best in the region when they grappled their way to 10 medals in Langley at the Upper Fraser Valley novice tournament Dec. 5.

The team was lead by Marquessis Haintz, Aslan Ovinet, Nate VanAeistyn, Lucas Kolobara and Tate Smith who all won gold medals in their respective weight classes.

Will Baptist, Jacob Burgi, Matt Gordon and Daniel Jo had strong weekends, winning silver.

Miki Rowbottom rounded out the team scoring earning a bronze. Ridge’s next competition is at the War on the Floor held at Douglas College Coquitlam campus concluding Dec. 12.

The team will break for Christmas and get back underway Jan. 22 to 23 in Richmond for the War on the Floor tournament.

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