WETASKIWIN – 34 wrestlers from the Lethbridge area competed at the Wetaskiwin Classic over the weekend and had 26 top three finishes.
This tournament followed the Alberta School categories so Elementary was up to Grade 6, Junior High grades 7-9 and High School grades 10-12.
Emmy Selk, Senator Joyce Fairbairn - Bronze
Addy Selk, Dr. Gerald Probe - Bronze
Blessing Diyaolu, Senator Joyce Fairbairn - Gold
Danica Harris, Senator Joyce Fairbairn - Gold
Millie Wood, LCI - Gold
Rawley Selk, LCI - Gold
Jada Bester, LCI - Gold
Marius Sanchez, Chinook High - Gold
Briggs Butler, LCI - Silver
Brooklyn Duncan, LCI - Silver
Tamryn Bly, Gilbert Patterson - Silver
Porter Gook, GS Lakie, Silver
Katelyn Teyke, Winston Churchill - Silver
Peyton Shields, Gilbert Patterson - Bronze
Saul Brewerton, GS Lakie - Bronze
Senior High Novice:
Angelina Ellis-Toddington, Chinook High - Gold
John Winchester, Catholic Central - Gold
Autumn Carter, Chinook High - Silver
Mckenzie Midgley, Winston Churchill - Silver
Sam Hironaka, LCI - Silver
Camille Bly, LCI - Silver
Senior High Elite:
Maren Evanson, LCI - Gold
Autumn Carter, Chinook - Silver
Angelina Ellis-Toddington - Bronze
Hayden Devoy, Catholic Central - Bronze
Sophie Strong, LCI - Bronze
This coming weekend, Dec. 14/15, Lethbridge Collegiate Institute is hosting the LCI Green and Gold Tournament.
On Friday night the Junior High Competition will be starting at 6 p.m. and then on Saturday starting at 10 a.m. is the Senior High tournament.
L.C.I. has three 2018 National Championship medalists scheduled to compete for their schools.
Angelina Ellis-Toddington is the U17 Greco Roman Champion, Brantley Saar is the U17 Freestyle Silver Medalist, as well as, Greco Roman Silver Medalist and Maren Evanson is the U19 Freestyle Silver medalist.
Stephans wants cash and charges dropped in meningitis death of their son
LETHBRIDGE -- An Alberta couple facing a second trial in the meningitis death of their son is...
READ MORE +
Alberta spending millions on ads to promote Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion
EDMONTON -- The Alberta government is spending $23.4 million to convince Canadians why a major oil...
READ MORE +
UPDATE: Occupational Health & Safety closes file on workplace fatality at new Cavendish site
LETHBRIDGE - UPDATE 3:00 p.m. - Alberta Labour Spokesperson Trent Bancarz says 57-year-old John...
READ MORE +
Join the Discussion
We are happy to provide a forum for commenting and discussion. Please respect and abide by the house rules: Keep it clean, keep it civil, keep it truthful, stay on topic, be responsible, share your knowledge, and please suggest removal of comments that violate these standards. See full commenting rules.