Langley United brings home hardware

A full contingent of Langley United wrestlers ferried to Port Alberni for the 32nd annual Alberni Armada Invitational Wrestling Tournament last weekend.

The Langley United Wrestling Club is made up of wrestlers from Brookswood, Langley, and D.W. Poppy secondary schools, and Yorkson Middle School, and operates out of LSS.

Its wrestlers train four days per week, and the club is coached by Olympic medalist Chris Rinke, along with Mike Munsie, who wrestled for SFU for four years and is a very experienced coach.

United results from the Jan. 23 and 24 meet at Alberni District Secondary were:

Colter Mueller – gold medal

Kasper Henderson – gold medal

Dalton Dier – 4th

Nathan Hillan – gold medal

Devin Hunt – bronze

Brent Mueller – 6th

Tyler Tsoukalis – 5th

Kamil Golowko – silver medal

Manraj Johal – 5th

Trevor Weltzin – gold medal

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