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EDH club wrestlers win middle school championships

EDH CLUB wrestler Jordan Undseth takes down his opponent with a double leg. Undseth took fourth at 128 pounds. Courtesy photo
EDH CLUB wrestler Jordan Undseth takes down his opponent with a double leg. Undseth took fourth at 128 pounds. Courtesy photo

EDH CLUB wrestler Jordan Undseth takes down his opponent with a double leg. Undseth took fourth at 128 pounds. Courtesy photo

The El Dorado Hills Wrestling Club sent nine athletes to the North Coast Middle School Club Championships Feb. 6. Every one of them earned a podium finish, with four winning championships.

The tournament hosted more than 300 wrestlers from the Bay Area to the Oregon border.

Jack Likins won the 76 pound championship, marking his third time qualifying for the prestigious Tournament of Champions. Colton Lamson took first at 112 pounds, his first TOC qualifier. Josh Brown equaled that accomplishment, taking first place at 168 pounds. Josh Ferry qualified for the fourth time, winning the 145 pound bracket. Christian Portilla and Ryan Redhair also qualified, finishing second at 95 pounds and third at 108 pounds respectively.

Team members Jackson Redhair (70 pounds), Jakob Flores (83 pounds),Jake Plaskon (122 pounds) and Jordan Undseth (128 pounds) all reached the podium with fourth place finishes.

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