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Merrill wins Bluejay Challenge wrestling inviteSubmitted: 01/12/2013
Story By Joe Dufek


MERRILL - In high school wrestling on Saturday, Merrill hosted the Bluejay Challenge. It was a 24-team invite.

120 pounds - Antigo's Kirk Prince vs. Oconto. He gets the take down, he won by major decision. Red Robins placed 22nd.

170 pounds, Wittenberg-Birnamanwood's Sam Bowers collects a pin against Barron. The Chargers finished second in the team competition.

106 pounds, Merrill's Justin Mondeik gets a pin against Crandon. As Merrill won their invite with 511.5 points.




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