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Center Point-Urbana’s Collin Hoskins had the State Wrestling Tournament in his sights his whole high school career. He came up short of qualifying as a freshman and suffered a concussion last …

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EAGLE/TIMESSPORTS – The day that every boys’ high school wrestler marks big and bold on their calendar is this Saturday; the District wrestling tournament. Across Iowa, in three class, spread …

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Benton wrestling welcomed five area teams for Sectionals on Saturday, finishing third as a team and qualifying six wrestlers for Districts next Saturday at Williamsburg.

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CORALVILLE — In the end, there were the smiles: The broad grin of a future US Marine; the twinkling gleam of vidication for one who has more two more tries; and the best one...the shy smile of…

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The fastest-growing sport in the state will open up its 8-ring circus Friday morning as the 2022 Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association’s fourth-annual Girls State wrestling tourname…

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The Vinton-Shellsburg wrestling program has set expectations high this season and are currently ranked sixth in Class 2A by IAWrestle, with three wrestlers highly ranked individually. Two of t…

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September 27, 2020 - Dawson Franck and his father, Shane, were spending an afternoon sighting in a new handgun and took the weapon back into the gun room for cleaning. To take apart the gun, t…

Benton and Center Point-Urbana wrestling traveled to Clear Creek-Amana on Thursday for single duals as the Bobcats came away with two wins and the Stormin’ Pointers two losses.

Wins over rival Union have been few and far between for VS wrestling. With Thursday’s 39-36 win over the Knights in La Porte City, coach Brian Sheston hopes that sends a message out about his team.

Following approval earlier this month by the Iowa High School Athletic Association Board of Control, sectional and district tournament assignments for the 202 wrestling postseason are now available.

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