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Foxcroft Youth and SeDoMoCha wrestling teams grapple at New England tourney

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PORTLAND — The Foxcroft Youth and SeDoMoCha Middle School wrestling teams traveled to the Cross Insurance Arena over the weekend to compete at the Marshwood New England tournament. Over a 1,000 wrestlers from all six New England states participated in this event.

The Dover-Foxcroft teams had an extremely successful weekend. Six youth wrestlers and one from SeDoMoCha were amongst the best wrestlers in New England.

Foxcroft Youth wrestlers in grades 3-4 finished ninth out of 48 teams in the midget division.

For Foxcroft Youth Shane Bowden, Owen Weymouth and Tanyon Gibbs each came in fourth in their respective weight classes.

Both Carter Nichols and Kaleb Weymouth picked up third-place finishes.

Aiden Bryant would finish as a New England runner-up.

Wrestling for SeDoMoCha, Gage Beaudry came in third place in his weight class.

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NEW ENGLAND RUNNER-UP — Aiden Bryant, pictured with his father Craig Bryant, of the Foxcroft Youth Wrestling team earned runner-up status at the Marshwood New England tournament over the weekend in Portland.

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HIGH PERFORMING EAGLE — Gage Beaudry, pictured with his father Jason Beaudry, of the SeDoMoCha Middle School wrestling team came in third at the Marshwood New England tournament at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland.

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AMONG THE BEST FROM SIX NEW ENGLAND STATES — Tanyon Gibbs, pictured with his father Kevin Gibbs, came in fourth in his weight class at the Marshwood New England tournament, which featured over 1,000 young wrestlers from all six New England states.

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PROUD COACH — Foxcroft Youth wrestler Carter Nicholas celebrates his third-place performance with his coach Luis Ayala.

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TRIO OF MEDALS — Foxcroft Youth Wrestlers Shane Bowden, Caleb Weymouth and Owen Weymouth celebrate at the New England competition.

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