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Dundee graduates Casey Swiderski and Braeden Davis both had standout performances at the NCAA Wrestling Championships over the weekend. Swiderski achieved All-American status for Iowa State by placing seventh in the 149-pound weight class, while Davis helped Penn State secure the national championship title.

Swiderski won his first two matches narrowly before being defeated by the top-seed in the quarterfinals. He then bounced back to secure a seventh-place finish with a convincing victory. Meanwhile, at 125 pounds, Davis just missed out on becoming an All-American after being eliminated in the blood round.

In addition to their impressive performances, Dundee’s Stoney Buell represented Purdue at 165 pounds in the national finals but came up short against tough competition.

Meanwhile, in college softball action, Monroe graduate Ellie Sieler and her Michigan team swept Whiteford graduate Ally VanBrandt and Indiana in a three-game series. Sieler had a strong performance at the plate, while VanBrandt contributed to Indiana’s offense.

On the high school soccer front, Flat Rock secured a 1-0 victory over Wyandotte Roosevelt with Isabella Thomas scoring the lone goal off an assist from Megan Woelkers and goalkeeper Keola Botts recording a shutout.

In freshman baseball action, Bedford staged a comeback to defeat Toledo St. John 12-4 in their season opener. Jason Bryant and Brady Boisselle had two hits each, while pitchers Landon Sparks and Evan Bullard delivered solid performances on the mound.

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