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Oakley Maddox in action at Marsh Valley.


The Malad Dragon wrestlers traveled to Marsh Valley on Friday, January 26, where they went up against teams from Sugar Salem and South Fremont.  South Fremont is the reigning 3A state champion team for four years running with Sugar Salem coming in as another top 3A wrestling team. Malad came to the meet ready to wrestle, putting their best work on the mats to not only compete, but dominate and win against both teams.  Malad put up 67 points to Sugar Salem’s 10 and then bested South Fremont 46-30.

After a busy several weeks, the Dragons are winding up their regular season matches and will begin moving into their post season duels. The Malad will next wrestle at home for the last time this season on Wednesday, January 31 where they will also honor their Senior wrestlers.  The Dragons will then host the district duels on Friday, February 2, beginning at 9 AM.  

The Lady Dragons wrestling team had a busy week on the road with duels and tournaments filling the week.  Their schedule started off with duels against Bear Lake, Grace, West Side and Preston where they won out against every team.  Not only did the duels give them great experience, but also provided a great look to see how they are stacking up against the competition in their district.

Malad 36.0 - Bear Lake 24.0

Malad 30.0 - Grace 24.0

Malad 36.0 - West Side 12.0

Malad 42.0 - Preston 30.0

Lady Dragons

The Lady Dragons then traveled to Burley, Idaho on Friday, January 26 to compete in the Big Mountain Invitational Tournament.  The MHS team competed against 38 other teams, some coming from impressive programs such as Columbia Skyline, Emmett, and White Pine out of
Nevada at the two day tournament. 

Malad showed up on the mats in a big way as they competed throughout their various brackets.  At the conclusion of the tournament, they found themselves in a 2 way tie for 2nd place with White Pine, Nevada and only 3.5 points behind Columbia, the tournament champion team.

Individual results were:

Braylee Price 5th 

Dezirae Haven 4th 

Rylee Neilson 5th 

Aubrey Schulz 6th 

Cale Carter 3rd 

Bella Smith 6th


Evvie Williams and Bentley Oglesbee both wrestled tough but didn’t place IN this tournament.

Speaking of the weekend’s tournament, Coach Kade Price shared, “Most of our team are first year girls. We have taken them to compete against other first year girls and they were able to dominate. Last week we took them to a tournament with 38 teams. Most of them are in our district, so it was a good look at how they would do at districts. Of the 8 that were able to compete, 6 placed, and 4 medaled. The team tied for 2nd beating out teams with 14-20 girls competing. They fought hard in the consolation rounds, where many other teams struggled. Everyone scored team points and supported each other. 

“The girls have come a long way with their intensity and skill level. We are so proud of the hard work they are putting into this sport, and the development they have made.”

The Lady Dragons will wrestle at home on Wednesday, January 31 as they duel against several other teams. Then they will finish out the regular season competing in a final tournament in Kimberling, Idaho before they begin preparing for the district 



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