Resorters crown six champs, win invite


TROY REBEDEW (left) of Elkhart Lake takes down Horicon’s Brandon Zamorano in a 170-pound match at Saturday’s Horicon Wrestling Invitational. Rebedew won by a 9-0 major decision. – Photo by Mike McGill TROY REBEDEW (left) of Elkhart Lake takes down Horicon’s Brandon Zamorano in a 170-pound match at Saturday’s Horicon Wrestling Invitational. Rebedew won by a 9-0 major decision. – Photo by Mike McGill HORICON – The Elkhart Lake- Glenbeulah/ Howards Grove Resorters won six individual titles which propelled them to the Horicon Wrestling Invitational championship on Saturday.

All six of the champions fin- ished the dual tournament with 5-0 records. The Resorters, who took second in the invitational last year, chalked up a 5-0 dual record.

The Resorters’ champions were Cody Rebedew at 126 pounds; Raistlin Lopez-Lloyd, 132; Max Ward, 152; Troy Rebedew, 170; Matthew Schorer, 220; and Jon Roll at 285.

Ward was named the tourney’s Most Outstanding Wrestler. The senior recorded two pins.

Elkhart defeated Horicon, 59- 18; Kenosha Christian Life, 43- 27; Laconia, 42-29; Waterloo, 59- 12; and South Milwaukee, 43-21.


JON ROLL (right) of Elkhart Lake works for a takedown against Horicon’s Logan Tippin in a 285-pound match at Saturday’s Horicon Wrestling Invitational. Roll earned a pin. – Photo by Mike McGill JON ROLL (right) of Elkhart Lake works for a takedown against Horicon’s Logan Tippin in a 285-pound match at Saturday’s Horicon Wrestling Invitational. Roll earned a pin. – Photo by Mike McGill “This was a great team win. I cannot stress that enough. We were missing four of our wrestlers, so we had to wrestle kids up to fill some spots and the guys responded,” said Resorter head coach Larry Ward.

“They all wrestled extremely well and picked each other up if one of them lost their match. They all did a great job of getting the team bonus points to make up for the two weight classes we had to forfeit.

“We got some huge wins from Jeremiah Bahr [120 pounds], Cody Nelson [145], Ben Meiselwitz [160], Finn Shields [195] and Josh Schorer [182],” said coach Ward.

“I was impressed with all our guys today. I was very happy to see Cody Rebedew and Raistlin go undefeated on the day. You’re having a great day as a coach when you have six individual champions and everyone on your team is wrestling well.”


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