Yorkson Creek Wolves wrestler Sean Park won gold at a meet in Richmond (above) and then bronze this past weekend in Abbotsford.

Huge medal haul for Wolves wrestlers at meets

Yorkson Creek wrestlers combine for 18 medals

Members of the Yorkson Creek wrestling team added another six medals to their recent haul of podium finishes.

Ethan Jancowski (57 kg), Declan Shaw (31 kg) and Kayla Reber (90 kg) all won silver medals in their respective weight classes on Saturday at the Miri Piri Tournament. It was held at the Abbotsford Ag-Rec.

Joining the trio with podium finishes were Erin Freda (68 kg), Dylan King (54 kg) and Sean Park (84 kg), who each won a bronze medal.

The results come on the heels of the school’s wrestlers combining to win another dozen medals at the Western Age Class tournament held at the Richmond Olympic Oval on Jan. 22 and 23.

At that competition, Park, Freda, Reber and Clara Moore (90kg) each took gold in their weight classes.

Jancowski, Brady Simonsen (36kg) and Harley Venaas (75 kg)won silver.

And winning bronze were Brandon Chow (45 kg), Raul Deu (36 kg), Anthony Gwizd (57 kg), Scott Linden (31 kg) and Shaw.

 

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