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Foxcroft Youth, SeDoMoCha squads wrestle at Hichborn tourney

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HOWLAND — The Foxcroft Youth and SeDoMoCha Middle School teams competed at the Hichborn Middle School youth wrestling tournament March 23 in Howland. Many teams from the area competed plus programs from Fort Kent and Caribou. The Eagles continue to dominate the competition with seven champions and 13 second-place finishers.

In the pre-K to grade 5 division first-place wrestlers were Colton Butts, Carter Nichols, Aidan Armstrong, Joshua Lyford, Keegan Crowell and Kaleb Weymouth.

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ALL IN THE FAMILY — From left, Hayden Hanson, second place; Alex Hanson, second; Jameson Kennedy, fifth; Jackson Hanson, first; and Kinsley Weymouth, second, are all smiles with their medals at a youth wrestling tourney March 23 at Hichborn Middle School in Howland.

Second place: Jackson Hanson, Kinsley Weymouth, Evan Annis, Kohen Tirrell, Grayden Nuite, Gabe Chambers, Alex Hanson, Shane Bowden, Brennan McGeoghegan, Hayden Hanson and Landon Ladd.

Third place: Brantley Little, Karter Rideout, Nicholas McCorrison, Owen Weymouth and Jacobi Poire.

Fourth place: Gage Rideout, Autumn Rideout, Charlie Johnston and Rylan Armitage.

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FIRST TOURNEY VICTORY — Foxcroft Youth wrestler Keegan Crowell celebrates winning his first tournament with his head coach Luis Ayala.

Fifth place: Jameson Kennedy.

In the grade 6-8 bracket, SeDoMoCha’s Garret Chase recorded a first-place finish.

Jacobi Poire and Karson Tibbetts each came in second, and Kael Niland placed third in his weight class.

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HAVING FUN WITH THE SPORT — Foxcroft Youth grappler Evan Annis, who came in second at a tournament in Howland, is enjoying wrestling.

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INAUGURAL WRESTLING SEASON — First-year wrestler Brennan McGeoghegan is having a great season, celebrating after a match with head coach Luis Ayala.

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SECOND-PLACE MEDAL — Eagle wrestler Gabe Chambers, pictured with head coach Luis Ayala, wrestled tough for a second-place medal on March 23.

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