Taylor named state winner of Tricia Saunders High School Excellence Award

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame on Friday announced the state and regional winners for the Tricia Saunders High School Excellence Award (TSHSEA). The award recognizes and celebrates the nation’s most outstanding high school senior female wrestlers for their excellence in wrestling, scholastic achievement, citizenship, and community service. Regional winners are selected from state winners,…

Iowa/USA Girls State Freestyle Championships Final Results

Intermediate Girls – IG-1 Guaranteed Places 1st Place – Cadence Christensen of Viking Wrestling Club 2nd Place – Kambree Westendorf of Female Elite Wrestling 3rd Place – Giavonna Prothero of Hammer Time Wrestling Academy Round 1 Kambree Westendorf (Female Elite Wrestling) won by tech fall over Giavonna Prothero (Hammer Time Wrestling Academy) (TF 10-0) Round…

Iowa Women’s US Open Results

  Five Senior-level athletes with Iowa ties wrestled at the U.S. Open in Las Vegas this week. A top 5 finish in the women’s division qualifies the wrestlers for the World Team Trials. Headlining the women were two runner up finishes by Laurie Louive (59 kg) and Rachel Watters (72 kg). Louive (NYAC/HWC) won by…

Trio of Iowans and Louive Receive Seeds at U.S. Open

Women’s wrestling seeds 50 kg 1. Victoria Anthony (Sunkist Kids) 2. Whitney Conder (U.S. Army WCAP) 3. Amy Fearnside (Titan Mercury WC) 4. Erin Golston (New York AC) 53 kg 1. Haley Augello (New York AC) 2. Sarah Hildebrandt (New York AC) 3. Cody Pfau (Titan Mercury WC) 4. Dajan Treder (unattached) 5. Gabriellle Weyhrich…

Norwalk’s Alanah Vetterick Commits to Midland University

The past year has been an opportunity for Alanah Vetterick to step back, find herself and study the sport of wrestling to re-evaluate her style. The Norwalk Senior underwent bilateral labral surgery in August and November of 2017, with hopes to repair it for her long term goals. It won’t be easy coming back to…

2018 Twin Rivers Girls Duals/Individual Results + Archived Matches

  Archives on Trackwrestling ($15 for ALL events) Girls High School 1st Place – Nebraska Platinum 2nd Place – Team Iowa 3rd Place – Team Montana 4th Place – Missouri Matkats Round 1 Nebraska Platinum defeated Missouri Matkats 66-6. Team Iowa defeated Team Montana 29-28. Round 2 Nebraska Platinum defeated Team Iowa 53-18. Team Montana…

2018 Bill Farrell Memorial International – Women’s Freestyle

What: Bill Farrell Memorial International When: Friday March 30th, 2018 Where: New York Athletic Club, New York City Watch: Flowrestling.com (Subscription required $$) Schedule of Events Friday, March 30 Women’s Freestyle Session I (Preliminaries)     9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Women’s Freestyle Medal Matches                   6:00 PM – 8:00…

Watters repeats as Women’s U23 World Team Trials champion

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – The 2018 U.S. U23 World Team was determined at the finals of the Women’s U23 World Team Trials on Saturday afternoon at the Cox Convention Center. All five members of the 2017 U23 World Team in the championship finals were able to qualify for their second straight U23 World Team: Cody…

Felicity Taylor’s College Decision is IN!

One of Iowa’s top women wrestlers has made her college decision. South Winn’s Felicity Taylor is headed across the boarder to McKendree University in Lebanon, Illinois. The nation’s #2 ranked Women’s wrestler at 106 pounds, Taylor is a big lightweight get for the program. “I went to the college on a visit and it felt…

Iowa High School Girls Wrestling Preview

The 2017-2018 wrestling season has again ushered in a record number of Iowa girls registered to wrestle on their high school teams. As of today, there are 91 girls registered with 90 of them officially passing weight certification. Using 90 as the official number, this is a 5.9% increase over last year’s 85 weight-certified female…

Taylor hopes to make impact on female wrestling

By Zakary Kriener For anyone who has followed Iowa women’s wrestling over the last several years, the success of South Winneshiek’s Felicity Taylor is no close-guarded secret. The senior 106-pounder has assembled quite the resume for any individual, including becoming the first girl to win an Upper Iowa Conference championship. Since accomplishing that as a…