PHOTO GALLERY: Day 2 of MHSAA wrestling
Friday, February 19, 2010 | 10:59 p.m. CST;
updated 5:31 p.m. CST, Saturday, February 20, 2010
Hickman freshman J'Den Cox is announced the winner of his 171-pound semifinal MSHSAA Class 4 wrestling match on Friday at Mizzou Arena. At only 14 years of age, Cox was 50 and 3 coming into the tournament and has gone undefeated to advance onto the MSHSAA championships.
Rock Bridge and Hickman high school wrestlers compete MSHSAA state wrestling tournament.
Ft. Zumwalt West senior Issac LeBlanc (left) brings down Rock Bridge junior Josh Braselton in the MSHSAA Class 4 wrestling quarterfinals. Braselton went 2 for 2 in the tournament in the 215-pound class.
Rock Bridge junior Josh Braselton (bottom) is wrestled to the mat by Ft. Zumwalt West senior Issac Leblanc during the MSHSAA Class 4 wrestling quarterfinals. Braselton came into the tournament with a 42 and 3 record.
Hickman freshman J'Den Cox (top) wrestles to the mat Joshua Phillips from Central High School in St. Joseph during the MSHSAA Class 4 wrestling semifinals. Cox has gone undefeated in the tournament and will advance to the MSHSAA championship at only 14 years of age.
Hickman High School freshman J'Den Cox wrestles Hazelwood East High School senior Eugene Dunbar in his second bout of the Missouri State High School Activities Association Wrestling Championship at Mizzou Arena. Cox won the match and advanced onto the semifinals.
Rock Bridge junior Josh Braselton wrestles Hazelwood Central senior Julian Smith in his second bout at the Missouri State High School Activities Association Wrestling Championship at Mizzou Arena on Friday. Braselton entered the tournament ranked fifth in Missouri for his weight class of 215.
Holt High School junior Brett Beckmann wrestles Rock Bridge sophomore Trent Johnson in the third round of bouts at the Missouri State High School Activities Association Wrestling Championship on Friday. Johnson was eliminated after losing the bout 5-0.
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