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Two Dalton High wrestlers sign to wrestle at college level

Dalton seniors Tate Geiser and Austin Ryder have both signed to wrestle at the next level.  Tate will be attending Cleveland State in the fall, and  Austin will be attending Mount Union. “Both of these guys are extremely hard working and dedicated, and I think they will both find great successes as they move on to…

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Dalton’s Tate Geiser places 3rd at state wrestling tournament

Dalton’s Tate Geiser Dalton’s Austin  Ryder Dalton coaches at the state tournament DGKN staff report Dalton’s wrestling team completed their season at the state level and came away from the year with school records. “It was a great weekend in Columbus,” said Head Coach Kenton Lemon. “First of all, I was extremely excited to be…

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Dalton trio statebound

PHOTOS BY MANDY GEISER | FOR THE DGKN Front from left, Greyson Siders, Branyan Zaleski, Kaden Russell, Tate Geiser; back, from left, Bram McCourt, Sean Geiser, Lucas Oswald and Austin Ryder. Dalton’s Tate Geiser places first at districts. Dalton’s Greyson Siders second place. Dalton’s Sean Geiser Dalton’s Bram McCourt Dalton’s Branyan Zaleski Dalton’s Lucas Oswald Dalton wrestling…

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RUNS IN THE FAMILY: Dalton youth wrestler places 5th at state

PHOTOS PROVIDED Dalton’s Brandon Ryder qualified for OYWA Youth Wrestling state tournament this past weekend at Glenn Oak High School. He placed 5th. Ryder is one of the hard-working members of the growing youth wrestling program. The youth program, led by coaches Mark Siders, Brian Russell, Jeff Burris, and Jason Boyer, is open to Dalton…

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Three DHS wrestlers statebound

PHOTO BY MANDY GEISER | FOR THE DGKN District Qualifiers, front, Greyson Siders, Branyan Zaleski, Kaden Russell, Tate Geiser; back, Bram McCourt, Sean Geiser, Lucas Oswald and Austin Ryder. Dalton’s Tate Geiser placed first at Districts this past weekend at Garfield Heights. Austin Ryder and Greyson Siders both placed third place. The three head to…

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Dalton wrestlers 2nd at sectionals

  Dalton’s wrestling team placed second as a team after Waynedale this past weekend at the Division III Sectionals at Northwestern High School. Dalton wrestlers Tate Geiser, Austin Ryder, Greyson Siders placed first; Sean Geiser and Kaden Russell placed second; Lucas Oswald, Bram McCourt and Branyan Zaleski placed third; Tyler Ramseyer, Seth Ryder and Micah…

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Waynedale wrestlers 1st, Dalton 2nd in WCAL

PHOTOS PROVIDED BY MANDY GEISER AND TAKEN BY GEISER AND OTHER PARENT PHOTOGRAPHERS Dalton’s Austin Ryder, Sean Geiser, Tate Geiser, Greyson Siders, Kaden Russell and Micah Boyer placed first at WCAL wrestling championship. From left, Dalton’s Austin Ryder, Waynedale’s Jake Sundberg, and Dalton’s Sean Geiser placed first Saturday and grew up in Cub Scouts and Boy…

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Dalton wrestlers end week 2-1

PHOTOS BY LISA McGINTY | LMc Photography Dalton’s Bram McCourt Dalton’s Branyan Zaleski Dalton’s Greyson Siders Dalton’s Seth Ryder Dalton’s Kaiden Russell   DGKN staff report Dalton’s varsity wrestling team competed in three duals last week going 2-1. Mid-week, the Dawgs wrestled Fairless and Loudonville at home and won both duals. On Friday, they traveled…

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DALTON HS WRESTLING: Bulldogs place 3rd at Berkshire

Dalton’s Tate Geiser, left, and Kaden Russell Dalton’s Greyson Siders Dalton’s Micah Boyer Dalton’s Tate Geiser Dalton’s varsity wrestling team competed Saturday at the Berkshire Battle for the Belt Tournament and brought home a third-place finish out of 16 teams. Finishing in 1st Place and earning Champion’s Belts were Kaden Russell (138 lbs.) and Tate…

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Dalton Middle School wrestlers win Norwayne Cat Classic Jan. 8

PHOTO PROVIDED BY JEFF BURRIS DGKN staff report Dalton Middle School wrestlers won their first tournament this year Jan. 8 at the Norwayne Cat Classic. This was a 14-team event. Avon placed second. Champs are Ethan Houmard 80, Sam Ediger 122, and Caden Trivette 128; second place are Ethan Reed 98, Axl Ryder 110 and…

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