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Michigan girls make history at girl's state wrestling championships

Source: MLive.com

For the first time, Michigan held a girls state wrestling championship tournament. 

The event was open to girls who are members of a team that competes in the Michigan High School Athletic Association and it counted as one of the eight tournaments wrestlers are permitted to participate in each season under MHSAA rules.

The tournament was conducted by the Michigan Wrestling Association using MHSAA rules.

Here are the winners in each weight class.

Complete results are available at TrackWrestling.com

101 POUNDS

Kendra Ryan, Fenton d. Whitley Blake, Brown City, 1:10.

105 POUNDS

Rayana Sahagun, Sparta, d. Carleigh Czerneski, Grand Ledge, 5:49.

112 POUNDS

Johanna Palshan, Southgate Anderson, d. Alexis Poupore, Saline, 13-3 

115 POUNDS

Shelby LaBonty, Warren Woods Tower, d. Dallas Snider, Pine River, 4-1 

119 POUNDS

 Brittney Wolgast, Onaway, d. Alana Nuorala, Westwood, :57 

123 POUNDS

 Mercaydeez Scott, Columbia Central, d. Kennedi Gocha, Linden 11-4 

125 POUNDS

 Reese Gonzales, Lowell, d. Sarah Schenk, Forest Hills Central :47 

130 POUNDS

Megan Vondrasek, Owosso d. Phoenix Waters, Manchester 6-4

135 POUNDS

Ellyana Kuzma, OA Carlson d. Bella Wazny, Hemlock 1:44

140 POUNDS

Chloe Wagner, Fenton d. Lydia Krauss, Petoskey 16-0

145 POUNDS

 Alexis Gonzales, Lowell d. Kayley Rada, Adrian 2:49 

160 POUNDS

 Logan Ryan, Sandusky d. Cara Nanney, Davison 5-0 

171 POUNDS

 Marie Butz, Marcellus d. Cassie Enos, Reed City 1:23 

Byron's Becky Marvin (left) finished third at 189 pounds. (Courtesy Photo)

189 POUNDS

 Bo Geibe, Constantine d. Kailyn Garrett, South Lyon 11-9 

235 POUNDS

 Eliana Bommarito, Hartland d. Aaliyah Luera, Carrollton 1:08 

 

By Brendan Savage

MLive.com

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