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18 Jun 2016

RECAP: 2016 AAU Scholastic Duals

RECAP: 2016 AAU Scholastic Duals

This past week, more than 130 teams from nearly 20 states battled it out on the mats at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in both the HP Field House and Josten’s Center. 

The Amateur Athletic Union would like to thank everyone who participated for helping to make it such a grand success and we look forward to seeing everyone again next year (dates for the 2017 Scholastic Duals will be released at a later date). 

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Photos from the event are already up on our Facebook page and a recap video will be up soon.

Congratulations to the four division winners:

  • Developmental Division: Young Guns Wrestling
  • District All-Star Division: Middle Atlantic Blue
  • Community 1 Division: Liberty Patriots
  • Community 2 Division: Tomahawk Wrestling 

More detailed results from the event can be found at trackwrestling.com

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