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What’s Inside:
• Page 8 — Daton Fix wins Junior Dan Hodge Trophy — A four-time state champ headed to wrestle for in-state Oklahoma State, Daton Fix received WIN’s top high school honor in winning the Junior Dan Hodge Trophy, presented annually by WIN and AAU Wrestling.
• Page 10 — WIN’s High School Rankings, presented by EZ Flex — See who the top teams and individuals are in WIN’s April High School Rankings after end-of-the-season folkstyle national events.
• Page 13 — NHSCA Senior Nationals — All 13 winners from the 28th annual event in Virginia Beach, Va., are highlighted over six pages, including New Jersey’s Stephen Glasgow who won the 160-pound championship and earned OW honors.
• Page 20 — NHSCA Junior Nationals — Aaron Brooks (below) of North Hagerstown, Md., won a third straight national championship while Lake Highland Prep in Florida featured two champs, including OW Joey Silva at 132 pounds.
• Page 23 — NHSCA Sophomore Nationals — Edmond Ruth, the brother Penn State’s former three-time NCAA champion Ed Ruth, did more than share a similar name as the native of Pennsylvania also won a national championship.
• Page 26 — NHSCA Freshman Nationals — Dylan Cedeno pinned a fellow New Jersey wrestler in Ryan Miller to claim the 106-pound championship and also won the Outstanding Wrestler award in the youngest high school division in Virginia Beach.
• Page 34 — Kyle Dake Column on Weight Cutting — Wrestler/Coaches — DO NOT CUT WEIGHT UNTIL COLLEGE, hear what Kyle says in his words about weight cutting and why NOT to do it until college.
• Page 38 — USA Wrestling Folkstyle Nationals — Paul Konrath and Alex Lloyd defended their Junior National folkstyle championships in Cedar Falls, Iowa, where Isaac Salas of California won his first Cadet Folkstyle national title, taking out two former Fargo champions.
• Pages 42 — FloNationals — Among the wrestlers who won this year’s event, held March 31 to April 2 in the community of Indiana, Pa., were NHSCA champions Jacori Teemer and Zach Donathan.
• Page 43 — Adidas Nationals — Riley Wertz and Brooke-Lynn Rush were named the Outstanding Wrestlers in the boys and girls divisions in this national event held April 7-9 at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in Independence, Mo.
• Page 44 — Mike Chapman on Penn State’s Five NCAA Champs — See how wrestling historian analyzes this legendary Penn State team vs. other past “five-champ” teams and what some “dream match-ups” would be between the teams.

56 Oversized Pages of Content….Enjoy.

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