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It was a great high school wrestling season, especially for Colorado’s Andrew Alirez, who was named winner of the 2019 Junior Dan Hodge Trophy, presented by WIN Magazine and the AAU.

In the latest issue of WIN (Vol. 25, Issue 7),  you will find a special feature on the nation’s top-ranked 152 pounder … as well as a listing of state-by-state high school wrestlers of the year.

The issue was printed and mailed on April 26, 2019. Click here to subscribe to WIN Magazine or call 888-305-0606. Use Promo Code “April” to start subscription with this print edition.

Here is a listing of the top stories that appeared in the recent issue of WIN.

Page 8 – ALIREZ WINS JUNIOR DAN HODGE TROPHY – With a nickname of “Boo Boo,” Andrew Alirez learned about the sport from his father and a family boxing mentality that may lead to an MMA career after he pursues his Olympic and World-level freestyle goals.

Page 18 – NHSCA NATIONALS – At least one champion in each of the four high school grade tournaments that took place in the Virginia Beach Convention Center were coming off winning an NHSCA title a year earlier.

Page 28 – 2020 VISION … OF COLLEGE WRESTLING – What NCAA Division I teams and wrestlers are predicted to make the most news next March in Minneapolis for the national tournament and who are the front-runners for the 2020 Dan Hodge Trophy?

Page 30 – STATE-BY-STATE WRESTLERS OF THE YEAR – WIN columnist Rob Sherrill provides background and credentials of the  top wrestlers from each of the 49 states that sponsor boys high school wrestling as he announces the 2019 winners.

Page 36 – FLONATIONALS – This year’s tournament, which was held in Indiana, Pa., switched from folkstyle to Cadet and Junior freestyle and Greco-Roman competition and helped pick the Cadet Pan-Am team.

Page 37 – USAW FOLKSTYLE NATIONALS – Ridge Lovett, a native of Idaho and future Nebraska Cornhusker, was one of the many wrestlers who won championships in six different age-group tournaments in Cedar Falls, Iowa.

Page 41 – ADIDAS NATIONALS – This year’s tournament, which was once again held in Independence, Mo., provided mat competition for boys and girls who also got a chance to show off their braids and Mohawks.

Page 42 – RMN EVENTS’ OUTWEST ROUND-UP – Among the bigger success stories among wrestling programs in the Western United States was the Windsor Middle School team in Colorado and New Mexico’s Socorro High led by a father and son combination.

Page 46 – TRACKWRESTLING’S SEVEN MINUTES – American University coach Teague Moore shared with Track’s Andy Hamilton about how the former Oklahoma State stand-out got into coaching and what he’s learned in his role at this Washington D.C. school.

Page 49 – ARMY WRESTLING CAMPS –  Among the options for young wrestlers to enjoy at West Point, N.Y., this summer are the Boys’ Ranger Intensive Camp and Army’s Competition Camps.

– 56 Oversized Pages of Content.  Enjoy!

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