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Ramblers wrestlers medal at national championships

Five athletes competed, four brought home medals
Tatyana Lagrange (left) took silver at the 2024 Canadian Wrestling Championships. (Wrestling Canada/Special to The News)

Maple Ridge Ramblers continue to win this season.

Five wrestlers from Maple Ridge Secondary went to nationals Thursday, and four returned with medals. The 2024 Canadian Wrestling Championships opened on April 5, in Mississauga, Ont., for athletes aged U19, U17 and U15.

Ramblers team captain Ashton Senko continued her dominant year with another gold medal for U19 women in the 61 kg weight class.

Agnia Krakovska also won a gold medal in U19, at 53 kg, continuing her stellar year.

Tatyana Lagrange lost a tough match in the finals, and ended up with silver for U19 women at 69 kg.

Tyson Deane-Freeman won a bronze in U17 men 51 kg class in freestyle, and also had a fourth-place finish in Greco-Roman style wrestling (upper body wrestling).

They were representing their club team Coast Wrestling at the event, and also had team success.

Linden Sinow-Horton made it to the quarter finals in his first-ever nationals.

“Amazing results to have this all come out of one school,” said their Ramblers coach Kevin Menic.

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Neil Corbett

About the Author: Neil Corbett

I have been a journalist for more than 30 years, the past decade with the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News.
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