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Drake Morrison with his undefeated gold medal and teams silver medal. Bentley Maddox wearing his Outstanding wrestler belt, undefeated gold medal and team bronze medal at the Youth National Dual tournament in Tulsa, Ok.

While High School wrestling is officially over, Brothers of Steel wrestling is still in full swing for the young wrestlers of Malad.  The athletes traveled to wrestling tournaments around the country, demonstrating just how tough Malad Dragon Wrestling is. 

Heading to the midwest, Bentley Maddox and Drake Morrison represented Malad as they wrestled at the World of Wrestling Youth National Duals held in Tulsa, OK.  The dual tournament held March 2-3, hosts the top wrestling teams from all across the country.

Maddox wrestled for Firebird Elite 9u and ultimately went undefeated over the three day tournament.  As if winning all of his matches wasn’t exciting enough, Maddox took a personal victory as he won the intense rematch against an extremely tough wrestler he had previously lost to the last time he wrestled in Tulsa. Maddox was awarded his team's Outstanding Wrestler belt as well as a gold medal for being undefeated. The Firebird Elite took 3rd Place in the 9u gold bracket. 

Drake wrestled for POWA 14u, also going undefeated throughout the tournament.  On his path to victory, he defeated a tough Utah High School State champ in his first match of the tournament. POWA took 2nd Place as a team in the 14u bracket. 

Rustin Montgomery, Riggin Montgomery, and Payson Price represented the Brothers of Steel as they competed at the 2nd Idaway Tour of Idaho tournament in Idaho Falls over the weekend. At the tournament, all wrestlers who medal are awarded custom Tour of Idaho awards. As the matches came to an end, all three Brothers of Steel wrestlers had earned themselves one of the custom medals.

Rustin Montgomery   9u   CHAMPION 

Riggin Montgomery   11&12   2nd place

Payson Price  7&8  3rd place 

The past weekend was an exciting tournament for the pee wee wrestlers of the valley as they were able to participate in the Dragon little league tournament, hosted by the Dragon Wrestling team. Dragon wrestling coaches shared, “The youth program has been a huge success this year with the amazing support from our high school wrestlers and their families.

“The little league program is a fundraiser for the high school program and is a great opportunity for the young wrestlers in Malad to learn the basics of wrestling. Thank you to everyone that has helped make this year's program a success.” 

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