Newaygo Boys Varsity Wrestling

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Mccracken Picks up Win #100

On December 28th, the Lion wrestlers traveled to Central Montcalm for their annual Holiday Duals. Senior Makiah McCracken picked up his 100th win 2 matches in, and continued to win 3 additional matches to go 5-0 on the day. Last season, McCracken (35-12) finished at the state tournament where he went 1-2 after taking 1st place

Makiah’s March to State

McCracken Set to Compete at State Wrestling Tournament Junior Makiah McCracken has qualified for the individual state wrestling tournament for the second straight year. Makaih is in the 140# weight class and will look to bring a state wrestling title to Newaygo. Makiah has a record of 33-8 on the season and will be a #1

McCracken Takes Regional Championship

Makiah Wins Regional Championship Junior, Makiah McCracken finished in 1st place on Saturday at the MHSAA Individual Wrestling Regional at Delton Kellogg High School. McCracken wrestles in the 140 pound weight class and went 3-0 on the day to claim his first regional title. Makiah started the day with a win against Connor Nelson from

Newaygo Wrestlers Send Two to Regionals

Newaygo Wrestlers onto Regionals The Newaygo wrestlers competed at the Individual District Tournament on Saturday February 11th at Belding High School. Makiah McCracken and Mike LaFontsee both qualified for Regionals. Makiah McCracken went 2-1 on the day loosing his only match in the finals to Whitehall’s Josh Thommen. Makiah had a bye in the first

Wrestling Districts-Schedule Update

District Tournament Update—-Wrestling The Newaygo Lion wrestlers will start their post season competition on Thursday night (2/9/17) at Montague High School in the MHSAA Team District Tournament. The Lions will face off with Montague at 5:30pm and if they win, they will face the winner of Grant vs Whitehall at 7:00pm. On Saturday February 11th,

Newaygo High School Boys Varsity Wrestling finishes 4th place

Saturday, February 4, 2017 12:00 AM Place 4 Points 48 Meet Recap The Lions finished in 4th place at the CSAA Championship meet on Saturday at Big Rapids High School. Newaygo had 5 wrestlers take home top 5 finishes with Makiah McCracken leading the way for the Lions and garnering All Conference Honorable Mention. McCracken

Newaygo High School Boys Varsity Wrestling finishes 7th place

Saturday, January 28, 2017 10:00 AM Place 7 Points 56 Meet Recap Newaygo finished 7th out of 13 teams beating Lake City, Kalkaska, Reed City, Central Montcalm, Grant B and Tri-County B despite only have 6 wrestlers on the day. Sophomore Andrew Goodin grabbed a 1st place finish at the Reed City invitational going a