CYPRESS — A&M Consolidated senior Mason Kruljac was out for revenge.
CYPRESS — Bryan senior Ja’Marcus Thomas and A&M Consolidated junior Mikayla Hodnett both won a pair of matches at the UIL State Wrestling Championships on Friday at the Berry Center to advance to Saturday’s semifinals.
When David Salyer left Bryan to be the head wrestling coach at A&M Consolidated, he brought an emphasis on work ethic with him.
A&M Consolidated wrestling coach David Salyer and his squad thought they had a good shot at finishing in the top three at the Class 5A Region III tournament Friday and Saturday at Pflugerville Weiss. The Tiger boys did just that, coming in second with 139 points.
ALLEN — Bryan’s JaMarcus Thomas and Jenny Thomas earned trips to state by advancing to the finals in their respective weight classes at the Class 6A Region II meet Friday at Allen.
PFLUGERVILLE — Four members of the College Station girls wrestling team advanced to the semifinals Friday at the Class 5A Region III wrestling meet at Pflugerville Weiss.
KLEIN —The Bryan boys wrestling team finished fourth at the District 8-6A meet Thursday with 154 points. College Park won with 253 points followed by Klein at 216 and The Woodlands at 174.
College Station’s Ariana Rodriguez has plenty of silver medals, including silvers from last year’s district and regional wrestling meets, so she was ready for something different.
Courtney Batiste’s wrestling career started by accident.
AUSTIN — The Bryan boys wrestling team beat Pflugerville Weiss 36-27, Austin Bowie 39-33 and Comal Canyon 34-9 on Saturday in the Bulldawg Duals at the Burger Center.
HUTTO — The A&M Consolidated JV boys wrestling team won the District 10-5A JV tournament Saturday.
The Bryan boys wrestling team lost to Cy-Fair 39-36 and beat Rudder 64-18 on Thursday at The Armory.
SCHERTZ — Mason Kruljac had four pins and won his weight class to help the A&M Consolidated boys wrestling team finish fifth at the Black & Blue Invitational on Saturday.
CORPUS CHRISTI — Six College Station wrestlers finished in the top six in their weight classes at the Top Gun Tournament on Saturday at Corpus Christi Veterans Memorial.
Ariana Rodriguez claimed second place in the 119-pound division, leading the College Station girls wrestling team to a fourth-place finish at the Cougar Classic over the weekend.
Conner George, Jacob Sanchez and Bryson Foust won their weight classes to lead the A&M Consolidated boys wrestling team to the team title at College Station’s 15-team Cougar Draw on Saturday at Cougar Gym.
GEORGETOWN — The A&M Consolidated boys wrestling team beat Austin Westlake 52-9 and Georgetown 70-6 on Wednesday.
The Rudder wrestling team took first place at the Huntsville Duals, beating Huntsville, College Station, Caney Creek, Kingwood Park and Taylor.
Three A&M Consolidated wrestlers placed as the Tigers finished 14th out of 83 teams at the 17th annual Cy-Fair ISD tournament.
Growing up, JaMarcus Thomas watched his brother Victor put together a solid wrestling career at Bryan.
Twenty-two years ago, Bryan head wrestling coach Michael Zito had a “crazy idea,” the first of several in this regard.
Aaron Allert’s nose for the football has made the Lexington junior linebacker the state’s best defender in Class 3A.
Bryan split a pair of matches at home last Thursday before going 3-2 at a dual tournament at Hutto.
The A&M Consolidated boys wrestling team went 5-0 to win its dual-meet tournament Saturday at Tiger Gym.
The A&M Consolidated boys wrestling team beat Hutto 56-9 and College Station 68-11 on Wednesday at Cougar Gym.
KILLEEN — The Bryan boys wrestling team went 5-0 to win the Ellison dual-meet tournament Saturday.
NEW WAVERLY — The A&M Consolidated boys JV wrestling team went 5-0 to win the Bull Dog Duals varsity/JV tournament Friday.
KATY — The A&M Consolidated boys wrestling team went 2-3 in the gold pool to finish fourth out of 25 teams in the fifth annual Big Horn Duals at Mayde Creek.
KATY — The A&M Consolidated boys wrestling team went 4-1 in pool action at the fifth annual Bighorn Duals at Mayde Creek on Friday.
Before volleyball and football start back up in August, Eagle writers Maria McIlwain and Jeff Perkins take the opportunity to rank their Top 10 high school sports stories in the Brazos Valley during the 2017-18 school year.
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CYPRESS -- With a nearly 10-pound disadvantage in his wrestling class, few would expect Bryan senior Monyell Nutall to make a very deep run at any tournament, let alone the UIL State Championships.
CYPRESS — Bryan senior Monyell Nutall won a pair of matches at the Class 5A UIL state wrestling tournament Friday at the Berry Center to advance to Saturday morning’s boys semifinals.
Rudder's Shelby Squires heard the smack of one boy slamming another against the wrestling mat and cringed. She had just gotten recruited to the sport from powerlifting last year as a junior.
Bryan senior wrestler Monyell Nutall looked like he'd lost as he stretched out on the mat face down. Exhausted, Nutall had needed every bit of energy to pin McKinney North's Isaiah Bushnell in winning the boys 182-pound division at the Class 5A Region III wrestling tournament at Viking Gym o…
It was a great day for the Bryan boys wrestling team as the champions of District 10-5A had eight wrestlers advance to the semifinals of the Class 5A Region III meet at Viking Gym on Friday.
It started with a free T-shirt and a friend's encouragement.
WALLER — The Bryan boys wrestling team won eight of 14 weight classes to claim the District 10-5A title Saturday.
WALLER — The A&M Consolidated boys wrestling team placed second at the District 10-5A meet Saturday, while all 15 of Consol’s boys and girls wrestlers advanced to regionals.
WALLER — College Station had 13 wrestlers earn trips to regionals with the boys team finishing fourth and the girls third Saturday at the District 10-5A meet.
WALLER — Rudder had six boys and four girls earn regional berths Saturday at the District 10-5A wrestling meet.
The Bryan boys wrestling team beat Austin Anderson 66-0 and San Marcos 62-16 in nondistrict matches and Rudder 63-15 and Huntsville 54-21 in District 10-5A matches on Saturday at Viking Gym.
SCHERTZ — A&M Consolidated’s Mason Kruljac won the 145-pound class title, and four other Tigers placed second to lead the Consol boys wrestling team to a second-place finish at the 21-team Black & Blue Invitational on Saturday.
CORPUS CHRISTI — College Station’s Nash Clouston, River Merkel and Nick Russell earned third-place finishes in their weight classes, while Patrick Rogers and Kaleb Kalke placed fourth at the Top Gun Meet on Saturday at Corpus Christi Veterans Memorial.
The Bryan boys wrestling team easily swept two matches Wednesday, beating Conroe 69-12 and Conroe Oak Ridge 57-15 at Viking Gym.
SAN MARCOS — The Bryan Viking wrestling team went 3-0 in dual meets on Saturday at Canyon High School.
The A&M Consolidated’s boys wrestling team placed third at the Cougar Classic on Saturday.
The Brazos Valley Wrestling Club recently placed 24th in the Houston Nationals and sixth in the Texas Novice State tournament on Jan. 13-14 Brazos County Expo Center.
The Bryan boys wrestling team beat Waller 60-18 on Thursday at Viking Gym to reach 15-3 overall and 3-0 in district.
CYPRESS — The A&M Consolidated boys wrestling team beat Bridgeland 72-12 and Cypress Woods 45-30 at Cy-Woods on Thursday.
The Bryan boys wrestling team won the 35-team Russ Pederson Invitational at San Antonio Johnson High School over the weekend.