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Eastern Canadian Championships - Jan.30 & Ross Traves in Ontario

K. Walsh
Ross Traves wins Bronze at Ontario junior Championships. Cadet age KES wrestlers compete at Eastern Canadian Championships.
New KES Wrestlers at Easterns and Recent Graduate, Ross Traves makes his mark for Western University Mustangs
This past weekend was the Eastern Canadian Wrestling Championships in Fredericton, at UNB. This was an open competition and we only took two of our wrestlers; both grade 9 students who competed in the u-16 division. Tea Racozzi and Josh Mills were brave enough to gain experience in the very competitive event that included teams from the Maritime Provinces, Quebec and the Eastern USA. Although they never won any medals they gained invaluable experience. Josh drew a USA national team member for the first match of the day. Both Tea and Josh improved throughout the tournament and are preparing for the Atlantic High School Wrestling Festival this Saturday, followed by the N.S. Provincial Open Championships on Sunday. Both events are being hosted at Sackville High School and start at 9:00 am in the morning. 
One of our captains from last years’ team and three time provincial champion, Ross Traves, has gone on to wrestle for Western University in London Ontario. Ross has just completed the Ontario Junior Championships and has made the headlines for his school “Western's wrestling team saw a lot of action this past weekend as team members competed at the U20 Ontario Junior Championships in St. Catharines, Ontario … and Ross Traves with bronze. Traves is Western's only male to medal this weekend, taking the bronze at 55 kg. The Huron University freshman from Nova Scotia won three matches, including a high scoring 20-14 preliminary match.” Ross would be expected to be competing at the National Junior Championships being held in Fredericton in mid – March and we wish him the best.
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