Drew Bennett (Fort Dodge) vs Cael Happel (Lisbon)


No. 3 Atlantic picks up falls against No. 5 Creston

106 Aybren Moore (Atlantic) over Hunter Fry (Creston Orient-Macksburg) (Dec 1-0) 3 0 113 Jacob Goodson (Creston Orient-Macksburg) over Kole Hansen (Atlantic) (SV-1 6-4) 0 3 120 Carter Cox (Atlantic) over Carson Wheat (Creston Orient-Macksburg) (Fall 5:23) 6 0 126 Chase McLaren (Atlantic) over Cade Vicker (Creston Orient-Macksburg) (Fall 5:22) 6 0 132 Kelby Luther (Creston Orient-Macksburg) over Colby Sorensen (Atlantic) (Dec 8-4) 0 3 138…


Iowa High School Wrestling Tournaments Dec 9th – 10th – Track Wrestling Links Included

Iowa High School Wrestling Tournaments Friday December 9, 2016 Dan Christensen Invitational – (Central Decatur) Track Wrestling Direct Link – Click Here Teams Entered: #5 (2A) Creston, Orient-Macksburg #5 (1A) Martensdale St. Marys Albia, Centerville, Central Decatur, Chariton, Davis County, Knoxville, Moravia, Mt Ayr, Panorama, Pleasantville, Red Oak, Twin Cedars, Van Meter/Earlham & Wayne  …

potentially dangerous myhouse tapper

Potentially Dangerous 75: Week 1 high school wrestling was straight FIRE Iowa’s premier site for youth, high school, college and international wrestling. This weeks episode of Potentially Dangerous is presented by MyHouse. Tony and Ross discuss last weekends crazy matchups and results plus a preview of the Iowa vs Iowa State dual on Saturday.   Subscribe to Potentially Dangerous Podcast ->  

Felicity Taylor of South Winneshiek-2016 Upper Iowa Conference, 106 Pound Champion (Photo Courtesy of Christa Taylor)

Iowa High School Girls Wrestling Preview

In last year’s preview there were 37 girls registered to wrestle in Iowa on their high school teams. Within a few weeks of the start of the season we saw those numbers increase significantly to 66. In light of that, we waited a couple extra weeks this year to bring out our girls high school…


IAwrestle Stock Report – Week 5

Stock Up New Hampton- The Chickasaws came away with an Independence Tournament Title this past weekend. They bested 24 other teams over the course of the two day tournament including finishing 26 points ahead of the second place Fort Dodge. Oh, and did I mention they did all of that without state champ Michael Millage…