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EDH wrestlers win silver

EDH wrestler Carter Patterson takes control of his opponent during Saturday's match. The third grader helped his team win second place at the Roseville tournament. Courtesy photo
EDH wrestler Carter Patterson takes control of his opponent during Saturday's match. The third grader helped his team win second place at the Roseville tournament. Courtesy photo

El Dorado Hills Wrestling Club’s third- through fifth-grade competition team placed second in team duals in Roseville last weekend.

The team   beat Vacaville to get into finals against Roseville Tigers and lost by three points. El Dorado Hills’ third-grade team also placed second, losing to Roseville’s Orange Crush team.

Wrestlers competing were: Corbin Squires, Matsen Wurm, Ryland Smith, Brady Hofacre, Christian Pebley, Kenyon Middleton, Scotty Moore, Kenyon Middleton, Jackson Ramos, Peyton Gunter, Riley Brozek, Brody Deathrage, Scotty Moore, Carter Patterson, Jacob Wenham, Ryan Brozek, Devin Wofford, Justin Lamson, James Lujan, Hayden Squires, Ryan Claiborne, Gabe Guzman, Johnny Fowler, James Dawson,Kaden West, Jack Dillard, Anthony Whiting, Kai Koehn, Jace Koehn, Garrett Wegman and Kaden Middleton.

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Posted by on Jan 13 2013.
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