First time's a charm for Acadie-Bathurst Wrestling Club at Cadet Juvenile Championships in Ontario
The Acadie-Bathurst Wrestling Club has returned from the 2017 Cadet Juvenile Canadian Wrestling Championships with some hardware.
It was a first crack at a national competition for the 12 athletes who ended up with four medals: two gold, one silver and a bronze.
The team nailed down a ranking of 9th out of 27 teams in the Greco Roman cadet category.
Annabelle Boudreau won the Cadet Trial tournament to become Canadian champion and will represent the country in the 43kg category at the Pan-American games being held this summer in Argentina.
Boudreau finished the weekend without a single point scored against her.
The championships were held in Windsor, Ontario from April 7th to 9th.
Local wrestler results:
Women's Cadet Freestyle Canadian Championships
43kg - Annabelle Boudreau - 1st out of 5 athletes
46Kg - Tania Blanchard - 2nd out of 5 athletes
Men's Cadet Freestyle Canadian Championships
58Kg - Samuel Jean - 7th out of 36 athletes
Women's Greco-Roman Canadian Championships
46kg - Tania Blanchard - 2nd out of 5
Women's UWW Cadet Trials
43kg - Annabelle Boudreau - 1st out of 4 athletes
Men's Greco-Roman UWW Cadet Trials
50kg - Maxime Arseneau - 4th out of 12 athletes
54kg - Maxime Doucet - 5th out of 11 athletes
58kg - Samuel Jean - 3rd out of 15 athletes
63kg - Ethan Caissie - 5th out of 20 athletes