When: September 24th
Where: Long Lines Arena, Sioux City, IA
Watch: Rokfin
Tickets: Eventbrite

The Night of Conflict will return to Sioux City this fall at the Long Lines Arena on September 24th. The event will feature many prominent boys and girls from Iowa several out-of-state wrestlers. General admission and VIP tickets can be found at NightofConflict.com. Night of Conflict will be streamed live and archived for premium subscribers on Rokfin.  *Active IAwrestle Rokfin subscribers will receive a $10 off promo code for VIP floor tickets. Active subscribers will receive a promo code by September 15th.*

Savanah Sistad is a junior at Creston High School. She is coached by Cody Downing, Chris Loudon, and Kruz Adamson. Savanah had a breakthrough year becoming an IWCOA Girls State Champion. She also is a member of the Grand View Wrestling Club under Coach Arelys Valles. Savanah competes on both AAU and USA Iowa National Teams. She competed at Fargo and was an AAU All American at the National Scholastic Duals. Savanah has been wrestling for most of her life and has become a very tough wrestler on her feet. This will be Savanah’s second appearance at Night of Conflict. She is not decided on wrestling past high school, but it is on her radar.

Olivia Huckfelt is a junior at Spencer High School and is coached by Dave and Brock Storm. Last Season she was an IWCOA Girls State Champion. She attends both Spencer Wrestling Club and BVWC coached by Sean White. Oliva has been on USA Wrestling Dual Teams for Midwest Mat of Dreams. She also has placed multiple times at the AAU Girls State Championships. Olivia is a very athletic wrestler and excels on her feet but has great mat skills.  She plans on being a Hawkeye and not sure yet if she will compete in wrestling or softball.

Huckfelt comes into Night of Conflict the No. 1 wrestler at 235lbs with Sistad right behind her at No. 2. This is a rematch from last year where Huckfelt won by pin. Lot can change in a year and we are excited for a top ranked matchup to kick off the season.

Men’s Matches:
#1 Wyatt Reisz (Logan-Magnolia) vs #1 Ethan DeLeon (Bishop-Heelan Catholic)
#1 Bas Diaz (Waverly-Shell Rock) vs #4 Tycho Carmichael (Bettendorf)
#1 Ty Koedam (Sergeant Bluff-Luton vs #2 Jace Anderson (Ankeny)
#1 McKinley Robbins (Greene County) vs #1 Ayson Rice (Canton, South Dakota)
#3 Josiah Schaetzle (Dubuque Hempstead) vs #4 Danny Diaz (Waverly-Shell Rock)
#2 Carson Doolittle (Webster City) vs #3 Bowen Downey (Indianola)

Women’s Matches:
#1 Reanah Utterback (Sigourney) vs Kaylyn Harrill (St. Patrick’s, NE)
#1 Hannah Rogers (Wilton) vs #3 Adyson Lundquist (Southwest Valley)
#1 Emma Peach (Iowa Valley) vs Reagan Gallaway (Amherst, NE)
#1 Olivia Huckfelt (Spencer) vs #2 Savanah Sistad (Creston)

3 thoughts on “Night of Conflict Rematch Between State Champs Huckfelt and Sistad”
  1. I see 3 versus 4, etc. At 1A you have Kaden Broer ranked 2 in State for Iowa and another local kid in tri-state area, Tony Palmer who is ranked second in Nebraska at 160. What about some local flavor.

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